Old Project Avalon Forum (ARCHIVE)

Old Project Avalon Forum (ARCHIVE) (http://projectavalon.net/forum/index.php)
-   UK (http://projectavalon.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=31)
-   -   South East England Ground Crew (http://projectavalon.net/forum/showthread.php?t=3966)

Nethros 10-02-2008 06:37 PM

South East England Ground Crew
 
Alot of people at the moment seem to be chosing quite specific areas to form groups in. I feel it may be more beneficial to group together from larger areas. So I propose a South East England "Ground Crew".

Like many others I feel that we are severely running out of time and need to commence planning and testing the feasability of ideas for what we wish to create and discussing how we can realistically achieve these.

As October starts the fear inside me is beggining to grow of the idea that this will all become manifest deadly soon! At the same time though this fear is awakening me to the reality and helping me disconnect from the matrix and giving me an almost spiritual desire to create something here.

When Michael St Clair mentions "advanced tribal societies" I wonder If it would be feasible to find a fairly isolated safe place away from cities and close to nature with a river and reasonable climate and possibly build wooden cabins for houses. Fish, fruit and vegetables could be farmed. This village could be powered by solar and wind energy and we could go from there.

I believe the coming of 2012 and beyond WILL bring something incredibly positive and I want to still be here to see it! If we group together we can develope a new attitude together, aswell as surviving the destruction and chaos.

So with all that said, anyone in the South East of England who wishes to become part of this group please do not hesitate to post here! We do not need many to start this, once we get regular meetings underway the force will grow and something will be created.

peacelovinman 10-03-2008 08:51 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
I am with you in principle; my family and I are based in Essex.

Jacqui D 10-03-2008 09:29 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Hi Nethros,
There is a meet tomorrow oct 4th in London if anyone is interested.
A meet outside Embankment tube station at 3pm.
If you find the thread for the london crew it will have information on there.

Nethros 10-04-2008 09:04 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jacqui D (Post 37315)
Hi Nethros,
There is a meet tomorrow oct 4th in London if anyone is interested.
A meet outside Embankment tube station at 3pm.
If you find the thread for the london crew it will have information on there.

Unfortunately I work shifts at the moment and am unable to attend today. (working 1330 until 2300)

I really hope people from the South East pick up on this thread soon, even if it's just a few people. Need to get some meetings going.

Jeffrey 10-04-2008 09:57 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Hi there,

we just attended the London meet-up today. It was good. Are there any plans for a South Eastern meeting?

lovepromoter 10-05-2008 08:22 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
i am from the east coast, lowestoft to be more precise, i do not think it will be necessary to start up a communal living space just yet, its more important to get a stock of food and water before anything triggers the start of the mass panic buy (anyone who lives in the uk knows if it snows two inches all of the bread, milk and other general goods quickly disapear of the shelves) and to basically sit tight, try and help people, share your food and drink with people who need it when and if any of this actually happens, although i do feel the **** is about to hit the fan, i am a keen believer in wilcock and he seems pretty certain that what deagle was saying in the oct 4th phone call will not happen, and i hope and pray for all of our sakes that he is right, but better to be safe than sorry so i'm preparing for the worst over the next few days, if the banks go down i can see some pretty knarly stuff happening...

peace and love

Nethros 10-06-2008 11:49 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
If anyone from the South East would be interested in participating in an initial meet up please could you post your name and location. That way we can arrange a location thats suitable for everyone, and so we can gather how much interest there is.

Verity 10-06-2008 12:38 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
I am located in Farborough, Hampshire.

I am intrested in a meet up.

D

Nethros 10-07-2008 08:23 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Looking at next week as a possible time frame for arranging the first meeting, also need to know people's availability.

swordsmith 10-07-2008 08:34 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
I am interested,and in Hastings, timing is possibly tricky for all, but can suggest a location here.

Nethros 10-07-2008 08:48 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by swordsmith (Post 41831)
I am interested,and in Hastings, timing is possibly tricky for all, but can suggest a location here.

Ok i'm thinking either Thursday the 16th of October or Saturday the 18th of October. Depending on people's commitments/working hours we can aim towards one of those dates.

A pub might be a good place to start? We can choose the exact location depending on the locations of all people a couple of days before.

ladyluck 10-07-2008 09:16 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Certainly count me in! :original:

I'll check this thread regularly for any updates.

Blessings to all!

Sunangel 10-08-2008 08:45 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
I am in north surrey and I'm interested in meeting up. Saturday 18th is already booked up for me though.

Peace
Sunangel

Nethros 10-14-2008 09:15 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
This Saturday the 18th shall be the first South East meetup. Time shall be the evening with the location to be announced. Please can people confirm that they can attend. We can collectively select the meeting place once we get an idea where people are coming from.

So post a Yes, No or a maybe along with your town and we can get this going!

mr.komie 10-21-2008 04:50 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
hi guys and gals, just been trying to organise something for the london g.c. on the 1st Nov, so i suggested a quite pub on the outskirts of m25 say 10 miles outside. i dont think there will be that many people turn up at first so no point in wasting money on a venue like david icke has in the past. theres lots of lovely quiet pubs where we can make contacts and try to get people out of the mind set of 'well, i have work to worry about or the next mortgage payment. thats all irrellivent as by 2011 life and chaos is gonna be wreaking havoc on the populus with kids running around with knives and guns. ask urselves seriously, do u think any of these thugs/idiot/greedy f@#kers are going to think twice about u when the waters off and food is scarce. buy equipment now like knives/machettes, seeds for growing crops, gold coins, silver for trade and medical purposes. handy small books of survival, first aid and plant recognition/free food gathering, warm clothes, wind up electrical equipment like torches, lanterns, sw/lw radios, fire starting equipment. best buy stuff soon as inflation will hit u guys soon and money wont be worth anything except to keep u warm in a fire!

doom and gloom but a real thing and its time for people to start moving out of their comfort zone into the real crisis thats gonna happen.

anyways, peace and love KE

mr.komie 10-24-2008 04:57 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
i can only assume that the silence is either fearful people not responding or everyones pm'ing each other.... this doesnt help any new comers to these threads and they will probably think the same as me that no one really takes the build up to 2012 seriously. shame really as we still have some time to do something.

oh well, whatever ur plans are i hope it works for u...

peace KE

Mudanša 12-09-2008 02:37 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
I've found the hardest thing is to find balance in the preparations you make, according to what you expect will happen and what you can afford. Personally I believe there are some things like investing in gold/silver which are essential and do-able since

A- If the economy collapses you'll still have something to use as barter and
B- if the economy doesn't collapse you still have an investment.
Gold will aways be valuable. win win.

Czymra 01-13-2009 06:34 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Revive! Is the south east alive still? I want a network. :)

z10 02-03-2009 11:06 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
im in the south east and would like to meet up,
im currently living in canterbury, though go to essex frequently

Czymra 02-04-2009 01:32 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
I'd love to say I'm in but hey, it seems it's just the two of us and I'm in London really.

folotheflo 02-04-2009 09:39 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
i am very interested, and know the time is now, so i am all ears. what are we waiting for, "2012". no-no-no people, the time is now

Czymra 02-04-2009 04:54 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Do it guys, but find some more people. Jacqui D comes to mind. I can't be part of it sadly.

folotheflo 02-04-2009 05:52 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Czymra (Post 109386)
Do it guys, but find some more people. Jacqui D comes to mind. I can't be part of it sadly.

we are allready on it. an interesting profile name you have, what does it mean? who is jacqui D, and how come you can't be part of it, if you don't mind me asking. thanks

Czymra 02-04-2009 08:02 PM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
Jacqui often posts on this forum and according to her info she's in Kent:
http://www.projectavalon.net/forum/member.php?u=83

Czymra is an anagram of my last name.
I can't be part because I fear that it might be too far away from London for me to attend as I'm very busy finishing my studies. Post the event on here though and I will at least consider it.

folotheflo 02-05-2009 12:46 AM

Re: South East England Ground Crew
 
fair enough mate, london is abit of a trek from here. sounds like you have a lot on anyway, living life in this part of the world (obviously there are worse parts, but the dude's that run this place make it hard enough as it is), finishing studies (good luck with those), and thinking about all the topics that are usually discussed here, now that's a full time existance mate. thanks for the reply, and i shall contact jacqui D. thank's again for the info and have a goodun


All times are GMT. The time now is 05:27 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Project Avalon