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firstfruit 09-08-2008 11:18 AM

Scottish Ground Crew
I am Rab am in the highlands of Scotland.

So please introduce your self here lets get it going

greybeard 09-10-2008 04:44 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Not sure if my previous post got posted.
Im Chris (greybeard) and I live in Inverness. Would be good to chat. Not sure how to use this site yet:mfr_lol:

I think it is essential that safe places of illumination are set up. Even if the worst senarios do not hapen it makes sense to form self suficient spiritual comunities on the tribal basis. "The last hours of ancient sunlight" is an excellent book. How many of us could survive a month without Tesco Lol.

Lochinvar 09-11-2008 03:51 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
"For as long as 100 of us remain alive we will yield in no least way to NWO domination. We fight, not for glory nor for honour or for riches but for freedom which no good man surrenders but with his life.".

A poignant day to join I hope you'll agree. And so a toast....ANDREW de MORAY

mattmckill 09-12-2008 10:32 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Hello guys ,my names matt from Girvan nr Ayr,will be back online at 16:00hrs to talk some more!

Lochinvar 09-12-2008 12:32 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Will we be able to work better if we know more about each other?

The past

Whitehall (G2)

Army (TA) Infantry

Not a huge amount of info. Quite a different thing writing on a public forum what it is that ones past might entail. Suffice to say that it was part of the awakening process (I have no knowledge of the existence of ETīs).

I have some spare time and some resources. How best to use them is something that I am undecided on.


mattmckill 09-12-2008 04:00 PM

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Hello Greybeard and the rest of the Scottish Ground Crew,

it's good to see there are a few of us here now and it would be a good idea for all of us to keep in touch on line and off. We need to establish good comms within our group and maybe we should list what we can bring as in experience i.e I served 14 years as a Royal Marine Commando and have gainned vast experience in Mountain, Artic, Jungle and Sea survival.

Plan for the worst and hope for the best.

Keep in touch Matt.:lightsabre:

shaundelear 09-12-2008 10:47 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Well Hello Scotland!!!

Am in Bathgate.
After getting up to speed on the possibilites how safe do you think we will be?
We are prety far north suffering from northerly winds?
Remember Chernobeyl ? all the livestock?
If the poles shift would we not be within the arctic circle?
If the economy collapses Scots will be at the end of the line.

It is a good idea for us all to talk you never know whats possible.

Thought about staying but if you sat down a wrote a list of what you would need to survive its massive and even if we could get it all in place the chances are that you'll be draughted anyway Westmisters up to its eyeballs in s***.
We know better than anyone "divide and conquer" by the English is gonna bite them in the ass-Ireland-Africa-America-India and Scotland was the first victim.
We really should not have stopped marching on London.
And Alec Salmond is never going to be allowed to give us independance.
Even if he could, in the immediate future?

Scotlands done many great things but while the money from the oil goes down south we would not be able to stand alone.
All these new laws on terrorism you would think they would fix the old ones first.

Are bagpipes still a weapon of war? still technicaly illeagal?


Wonder if there are many underground bases in Scotland?
Wonder if the budget stretched this far?

macleodmunro 09-13-2008 12:40 AM

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Alright Scotland, i'm Paul in Aberdeen.
Not sure what WE should expect over the next 4 years. Things aren't that clear for us.
As long as George Green's not right or we're all f****d.
We can only hope it doesn't come to that.
I'm personally rooting for David Wilcocks slant on things.
On a lighter note, it's excellent that i've now found others who are taking this subject seriously, as everyone i know thinks i'm nuts.
(typical scots not wanting the inconveniance of something so trivial as the end of the world)

Cheers, be safe

Vandalis 09-15-2008 11:35 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Hey there am Jamie and i live in Elgin. : D

Hehe i know most of what going on in the world but not here lol
Maybe somone can dig some stuff up on what happening round here.
Then again this IS Scotland, nothing much does happen!. :P

JohnDenver: Time 09-17-2008 07:10 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Just thought I'd say Hi. Good to see I'm not quite the only one in scotland that thinks out the box, amazing the response from most people when you try having even a moderately interesting conversation with them about what is really going on - that look of who is this ****

I fear that there is not nearly enough people even close to getting it, will probably take a rather large catastrophe or change of direction for people to see what the real potential is. Anyways look forward to chatting more.

Nik 09-17-2008 08:57 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Edinburgh here. :)

firstfruit 09-17-2008 08:57 PM

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Goodness how embarrassed am I. I just sent a privet massage to greybeard about a meet up he said thatís all right with him after all you started the thread I said to my self what thread goodness I have been so busy looking around the site I have not checked this thread in ages I must apologise to all my brothers here I hope you all donít think I was being ignorant goodness I also must personally apologise to greybeard he must believe and quite rightly so I am transfixes on the gloom and doom. Greybeard told me he has friends and me D******* asked are any from the highlands what a fool thereís heaps of us from Scotland

Please forgive me I am new to this to lol

about my self I am 41 and a half lol I have 3 children Rachael 10 Joshua 8 and kaleb 4 and believe me our not I have one on the way one day to go well my wife has one on the way Jan is dew 18th September. I manage a local community building in the neighbouring village so as you can probably guess I am pretty much grounded.

About my self I wrote earlier

I am so embarrassed please can I add you all as friends :wub2:

Nik 09-17-2008 09:49 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew

Originally Posted by firstfruit (Post 17063)
and believe me our not I have one on the way one day to go well my wife has one on the way Jan is dew 18th September.

Congratulations! I wish you all the best!


Originally Posted by firstfruit (Post 17063)
I am so embarrassed please can I add you all as friends :wub2:

Sure! ;)

PodWORLD 09-17-2008 10:03 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Hi all I'm Chris from Glenboig which is just outside Glasgow.

I think Scottish members constitute a disproportianately high
percentage of the peeps here which is great.

I find that people all over the world are talking about these
subjects and don't you just 'feel' that something is coming.

Great to meet you all.

Waterman 09-17-2008 10:11 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
I bet Scotland is beautiful, kind of like what you want home to look like.

firstfruit 09-17-2008 10:58 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Bed time for me brotherís speck soon

My Love


Nik 09-18-2008 11:28 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
A bit about me:

22 in October
BA in Psychology, PGDip in Artificial Intelligence
Travelled a lot (15+ countries)
I moved to Edinburgh a year ago

I have some free time and resources to help out in any way that I can.
I also have some experience with energy healing. :)

Currently I am not in the U.K., but should be back (if circumstances permit! :lmao: ) in about a week or 2.

iainl140285 09-19-2008 08:14 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Hi Nik, and everyone else!

I'm Iain, 23, live in Dundee.
Been following all this for a while now, I consider myself a normal person ... lol

Just wanted to kno if any of you have tried 'informing' your family/loved ones??

I have no idea how to go about it.

Talk soon. :)

greybeard 09-19-2008 09:58 AM

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Hi Ian welcome.
Life has a way of balancing out challenges.
I spent one Christmas on a an ashram in India, my wife of that time was non to pleased, that is understanable as the kids were 8 &11 at the time. She though I had gone crazy.

Even though we are now seperated we are still friends and guess what-- she now follows that guru.

I dont follow any one but find the teachings of Eckhart Tolle and David Hawkins very helpful and uplifting. On this forum Michael St Clare and Henry are the ones that I listen too. They have a balanced point of view. There is a lot of suspect info flying about here on other threds. I find it best to stick to the main purpose as I see it ie setting up Radient Zones.

I have one son at Dundee Uni and another at Aberdeen. The youngest has had spiritual insight as far back as I can remember, I havent had to "teach" him anything he just knows.
The older is spiritual in his actions ie caring and kind but is not interested in the detail stuff. Says he is too young to get into that.

I found it best not to tell people the "scary stuff" but most can see the $ and £ in big trouble so from there its easy to talk about self supporting villages, people can see that makes sense.

Also I used to blieve in the written word, if it was written down it had to be true. There is a lot of stuff here that is interesting exciting scary but not necessarily true.

Hope this helps .


iainl140285 09-19-2008 11:01 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Thank you Chris,

I think your key point that helps is BALANCE - this is the way of the universe is it not.

I have no children, but have been with my girlfriend for 5 years (hopefully will be engaged by xmas!!) I have not revealed all the doom and gloom scenarios expressed on this forum but rather used subtlety. As you mentioned the Ä and $ has been the trigger for her to come to me and ask advice. lol

A good way to balance many of the threads (suspect threads) on this forum is to listen to your heart. And if all else fails ... Just look out the window. lol

Peace to all :)

Ps. Waterman - COME HOME!

Nik 09-19-2008 12:06 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew

Originally Posted by iainl140285 (Post 20084)
.......is to listen to your heart.

Truth! :D

Nik 09-20-2008 01:59 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Anyone up for a meeting within the next 2-3 weeks?

FR33DOM 09-21-2008 11:47 AM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew
Hi guys, my name is Joe Stirling and I live in Milngavie near Glasgow. I am willing to chat/meet anybody who is focused or wants to be educated to the truth. I/we are all over the Net in our fight to expose the criminal organisation of Freemasonry (the NWO's number one tool). If you don't know about the secret societies, checkout some of my story at www.joestirling.com

I am a founding member of the Anti Corruption Party and we are connected to a lot of good vetted people world wide. You can find a lot of our argument and truth at
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=9 (under the name "ban freekmasons"). You can also checkout our sister site at www.ljpr.info

I am also a member of http://www.wholetruthcoalition.org/ and they directed me here to this brilliant Project Avalon forum. So if you want to get in touch, you can PM me or email me at voacs@mac.com or I can give you my contact number if you want to meet or talk.

I/we have much expertise on how the secret societies work. Our ACP is a free support group for victims of the Masons. We are sitting here with mountains of concrete evidence with nowhere to take it. Anyway guys, this is not about me, or ACP. This is about what we can do collectively.

We are well aware that time is running out. Your comments, ideas, suggestions, etc are very welcome. All the best, Joe

shaundelear 09-21-2008 07:08 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew

Originally Posted by Nik (Post 21256)
Anyone up for a meeting within the next 2-3 weeks?

Yes I would be up for a general meeting put faces to names.
What do you propose?

Nik 09-21-2008 09:20 PM

Re: Scottish Ground Crew

- Find a place that is either same distance from most of us or a place that all of us would not mind going
- As you said, put faces to names
- Find out more about what each of us can bring to the table, so to speak
- Maybe discuss possibilities for 'safe places' / radiant zones in Scotland

and of course anything else that may pop up (it always does! :) )

The issue now is just to pick a place and date convenient to all! Any suggestions? :naughty:

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