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Old 09-07-2008, 02:05 AM   #1
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To all whom are interested in participating in a community in this part of the planet....
Lets open our hearts and minds and create a community that can conect us with the next paradigm of galactic citizens...

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Old 09-09-2008, 01:01 AM   #2
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I'm from venezuela but live in miami
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:05 AM   #3
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Hello Migp,

I am also from Venezuela and just moved from Fort Lauderdale to NC. My family and I came to the realization that Florida is not a safe place, so we moved to higher grounds, I hope in the near future you do tha same!.

Be safe my friend!
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:22 AM   #4
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Hi Adarajones,

good you move away from florida,

in my case my family don't understand what this is about.....they just say that i am crazy......
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:30 AM   #5
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I'm from venezuela but live in miami
hiya! well with everything being said..maybe it might be a good idea to go back to venezuela?? i am seriously looking into how it might be possible to relocate to S America....keep in touch with people ..ya never know who u will be meeting in the future!
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Old 09-09-2008, 06:10 PM   #6
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My friend,

Maybe woul be better to go more to the south, brazil, argentina,
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Old 09-14-2008, 06:56 PM   #7
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Venezuela will be a good place to live
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Old 09-14-2008, 08:53 PM   #8
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To all whom are interested in participating in a community in this part of the planet....
Lets open our hearts and minds and create a community that can conect us with the next paradigm of galactic citizens...

Can you give us an idea of how the population is handling Hugo Bringing Russian forces and weapons into Venezuela.

I'm afraid at this point, the borders are closed to most Americans...

I've been there before, the country is almost as beautiful as the women...
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Old 09-17-2008, 10:09 AM   #9
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Saludos soy de Venezuela y me gustan estos temas

A todos los venezolanos que visitan este foro, seria bueno enseñar a la gente todos estos temas importantes y conseguir paginas en español para que las personas les sea mas facil estudiar estos temas.
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Old 09-20-2008, 10:29 PM   #10
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Chamo,

I always loved Venezuela, I'm from Colombia, and I've been looking to relocate there for a while!!!

What can I do?? Let me know about the community in process!!! Thanks!!! I would also say Veneuzela *might be* a safer place for any south american citizen rather than for Americans, if the latters are afraid of Hugo Chavez's policies.

Yet, Venezuela has an excellent whether, and going inland (if you're afraid of what might happen to the coasts near the Atlantic ocean) you will find places where you can make communities??

Waiting for replies,

Thanks

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Old 09-20-2008, 11:20 PM   #11
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there is a few people on this forum who are talking about relocating to venezuela...

if anyone has good links they can post here..for information on certain regions that might be good to start a community then that would be helpful!
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Old 09-22-2008, 03:47 AM   #12
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I live in Venezuela, on Isla de Margarita, which is in the Caribbean just off the NE coast of the country. Born and raised in the USA, I've spent time in Mexico and Canada. I moved here almost 2 years ago; I decided the US was not a good or safe place to be, for me anyway. My experience and background are in "alternative" agriculture and building, with an emphasis on local and sustainable.
I looked at the whole world and chose Venz because of the climate, varied terrain, and vast untapped resources.

I looked seriously at Russia, which also has vast resources, but the climate and language in S America was easier for me. Then I looked at S Am in general, at first being drawn to Argentina, but it turned out to be run by the same crew of needy psychopaths running the US, Europe and all of the British Commonwealth. Venezuela won out on untapped resources plus the fact that it was a center of change; whatever opinion one has about Hugo and his Bolivarian Socialism it is a change.

I have no regrets about moving here; I like the climate and get along with the people. It is in no way or form an enlightened society; purely materialistic and superstitious, consumer oriented. Around 90% of everything consumed is imported, something that is easy enough to do right now with lots of oil and drug money flowing through. It will be a real challenge when that dries up, but I still think the climate and resources are of great advantage.

Though the so-called populist government is thoroughly corrupt, they are mostly only interested in lining their own pockets and continuing to do so, as opposed to the USA where the government is an active enemy of the people. For the most part, Venezolanos can't be bothered to put out that kind of effort.

I have read about the US ambassador being told to leave, and a couple of days ago about two Human Rights Watch leaders being deported. I've discussed it briefly with some locals, but I haven't encountered any hostility personally. They laugh about Chavez for the most part, and for most their dream would still be a condo in Miami. Hugo will bluster and shoot off his mouth whenever he thinks he can get some press from it, but he's still dependent on the USA to buy his oil and for a major portion of the country's imports. Don't look for the present government to last much longer. Considering the times we are in, it may be replaced with something slightly better or worse, or simply degenerate into chaos along with the rest of the world. The latter is coming soon enough, I think.

Again, I like the country and get along well. If the N hemisphere gets too much radiation in the wind, the equator is only a few hundred miles south. Much of the continent's resources are untouched.
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Old 09-22-2008, 03:55 AM   #13
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Can you give us an idea of how the population is handling Hugo Bringing Russian forces and weapons into Venezuela.

I'm afraid at this point, the borders are closed to most Americans...

I've been there before, the country is almost as beautiful as the women...
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there is a few people on this forum who are talking about relocating to venezuela...

if anyone has good links they can post here..for information on certain regions that might be good to start a community then that would be helpful!
Please see my post above.

And please, How does one flag multiple posters on this forum?
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Old 09-22-2008, 06:10 AM   #14
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hola, solo paso a avisar que he creado un blog en español con el objetivo de difundir información (mayoritariamente documentales, todos con subtítulos en español) y crear conciencia. Están todos cordialmente invitados a ingresar, comentar y debatir: http://www.proyectoignis.blogspot.com/
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Old 09-24-2008, 03:02 AM   #15
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hey mgip
I'm from colombia and live also in miami... we should meet! I live in Doral... where do you live?
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Old 09-24-2008, 02:04 PM   #16
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Saludos a todos

Gracias Esteban por la direccion de Proyectoignis.

Hay tambien una exelente pagina la cual es una biblioteca que contiene todos estos tipos de temas y esta en ambos idiomas ingles y español.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/inicio.htm

Busquen en novedades y se daran cuenta.
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Old 09-24-2008, 06:56 PM   #17
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To all whom are interested in participating in a community in this part of the planet....
Lets open our hearts and minds and create a community that can conect us with the next paradigm of galactic citizens...

I'm on Isla de Margarita. You are near Merida, right?
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Old 09-25-2008, 07:52 PM   #18
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Sr. Presidente.. (can someone get it down there?) ...

For those of you that don't see it coming! Humanity its at the verge of convergence. The cycles of life and earth repeat themselves into the self-synchronizing moment. The vibrating pulse of energy - people, earth and universe making the leap into the time of times. The truth of it all has been hidden in front of our eyes (big screen) through centuries of planned, meditated blindness (small screen). Distortion and re-interpretation of ancestral teachings. The era of information without information - The one man chess game of moving the board to make moves on both sides (blacks and whites) - Controlling the positive and the negative - the good and the bad - the games of games where the unveiled truth (objective) awaits outside the game itself. The power over dormant minds trapped in time and space – distant from the conscious that experience and creates life as we live it. Wake-up ! The dream is over and life is just starting. The birth of life as it was meant to be it's the process – the painful process into light begun. The existence of others will come soon to play - Shaking the ground of our most profound believes. The understanding that what it appears to be resistance and contradiction is exactly what it is needed to make the game continue. Opposites attract. Examples are plenty and recent – execution and death of the innocent is the consequence of the blinded interpretation of the rules. The opportunity of changing it all is unique in time. Sr. Presidente – the fight it is not fighting , resistance the ultimate price of your own people. The cause is no longer yours – it became the cause of Humanity – A new dimension, a new paradigm needs to be. Dreaming a new world of self sustained people, families, clusters and communities. The need for centralized structures and boundaries no more. You have the building stone – the quick dying "Black Gold" - The sand clock has been turned around and the "dream" is overwhelming . We are running out of time. Wake up! The world is your new judge – not just your own people. Is the none-selfish collective that will prevail and win NOT the egocentric individual in search for power. – The illusion of time is ticking!
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Ps: Venezuela is too close to the Ecuator (no good in case war with Iran starts in few weeks - if we look at the potential/projected move of the plates - Nothing near the coast lines nor volcanic areas - Love Venezuela but seems like northen Argentina -Southern Brazil or parts of Paraguy-Uruguy are safe areas to ride the next 10 years...
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Old 10-01-2008, 10:34 PM   #19
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Hello there!
Nice to see people from Venezuela in this forum :-)
I'm Venezuelan, from Caracas, but living in Iceland.
Regarding safe areas in Venezuela, it seems that "Los Llanos" (the plane lands) could easily be flooded as well as the coast lines. There are some maps around that show the potential flooding risk. They were talking about that in another thread: http://projectavalon.net/forum/showthread.php?t=2601 where you can actually see the maps.
In my opinion, a safe area it is just where one feels good, in that place where something inside you says: "it is right here". In my case I just follow my heart and my intuition and I also "ask" God and my higher self to be with my family in the "right place at the right time" when things happen...
And remember, the best safe area is Love! ;-)
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Old 10-06-2008, 02:51 AM   #20
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Hola amigos de Sur america y en especial a mis compañeros venezolanos.
Estoy muy contento de compartir con ustedes este gran foro TAN util y tambien Proyect Avalon.

Yo vivo en el estado Lara.. Estoy organizando desde varios meses atras, casi un año, una comunidad (ground crew) en unos terrenos propios de 85 Hectareas que considero "Lugares Seguros". Estan a una altura de 983 a 1300 metros sobre el nivel del mar (confirmado por topografia y GPS, que seria un lugar libre de inundaciones, ademas tiene una pequeña cadena montañosa lo que es ideal para cualquier tipo de "escape-re-ubicacion" en caso de cualquier cosa) tiene siembra autosustentable, agua de manantiales corrientes, laguna de oxidacion, y un gran potencial para el crecimiento humano, espiritual y harmonico; Pudiendo asi formar una colonia auto-suficiente del resto del pais y tambien auto-sustentable.

Soy Ingeniero Electronico con un Ph.d en Telecomunicaciones, tengo mas de 17 años de experiencia en comunicaciones y muchos proyectos realizados con resultados positivos. Mi esposa e hijo estan al corriente de la situacion y tienen una gran mente abierta a todo.

Mi proyecto ya consta de personas capacitadas en medicina, (doctores - incluyendo un homeopata y un dentista entre ello -mecanicos - Ingenieros mecanicos- administradores, etc) Y Gracias a la colaboracion de varios militares retirados poseemos el conocimiento de armas, defensa, ofensa, contra-espionaje y entrenamiento en armas de varios calibres.

Tenemos hasta los momentos, aprovisionamiento de mucho material de supervivencia indispensable como medicinas, comida enlatada, semillas de muchos tipos, equipos de comunicaciones locales e internacionales, HF, CB, VHF, UHF y microondas, combustibles diversos para todo-terreno que no se ven afectados por "EMP" para alrededor de 1 año.

En caso de una posible e inminente catastrofe ya tenemos un plan de salir de la ciudad y dirigirnos al "sitio seguro" que no esta a mas de 2 horas afuera de la ciudad. Todavia falta gente de mente abierta dispuesta a colaborar por un futuro mejor, que agreguen su grano de arena indispensable para emprender este "Ground Crew"
Asi que si a ultimo momento alguien esta en la tormenta; Yo y mi grupo estamos dispuestos a aceptar y ayudar en lo posible y viable a nuestra gente y hermanos..

Con mucho gusto estoy a sus ordenes para cualquier pregunta o asesoramiento que necesiten de algun topico...
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Old 10-06-2008, 02:56 AM   #21
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Ah... Olvide mencionar que este sitio seguro del que les comento, aparte de agua corriente potable, tiene una Bio-diversidad de animales y plantas...

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Old 10-11-2008, 04:15 AM   #22
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Ciertamente Luis debemos prepararnos para los cambios planetarios que estan solo a meses de inicio, en estas epocas las conciencias despiertas empiezan a conectarse para que juntas puedan pasar al proximo nivel de evolucion planetaria-humana.

Me gustaria participar de tu generosa invitacion para ser parte del grupo multidisciplinario que pueda con exito superar los retos que tenemos por delante.

Resido en la ciudad de Caracas, te envio un correo y conversamos,

Un abrazo,

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Old 10-11-2008, 04:27 AM   #23
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Can you give us an idea of how the population is handling Hugo Bringing Russian forces and weapons into Venezuela.

I'm afraid at this point, the borders are closed to most Americans...

I've been there before, the country is almost as beautiful as the women...
Most of the population is asleep and struggling with everyday life...
Be intuitive and find a place within the US...lots of people are doing just that right now.

Take care

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Old 10-11-2008, 04:38 AM   #24
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I'm on Isla de Margarita. You are near Merida, right?
Isla de Margarita is as unsafe zone as Florida, US......Merida is one of the few safe places in Venezuela.

There is not to much time left,

Be safe

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Old 10-18-2008, 04:48 AM   #25
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Thanks for the reply. I do feel safe on Isla de Margarita though.

The highest point in Florida is 30m, on Margarita 1000m.
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