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  1. The right direction is really the direction that is aligned with your soul. It is not a question of good or bad, it is just whatever direction your soul needs to go in. When you still your mind and listen to that quieter voice within, you will always be guided and you will always know the right next move to make. <snip> http://humansarefree.com/2017/11/4-warning-signs-from-your-intuition.html
  2. There was something almost mysterious about this woman. Her face had lots of wrinkles. These were the first things to catch your eye, but they didn’t make her look old. Instead, they emphasized a certain youthfulness in her that transcended age. The wrinkles belonged where they were, as if they had been part of her face since birth. When she smiled, the wrinkles smiled with her; when she frowned, the wrinkles frowned, too. And when she was neither smiling nor frowning, the wrinkles lay scattered over her face in a strangely warm, ironic way. ~ Haruki Murakami (Norwegian Wood) My first insight into the feeling of being internally old occurred during adolescence. I felt unusually different from the kids around me, somehow older, but ‘mature’ wasn’t exactly the right word. The best way I could describe it back then was as though I had lived hundreds of years of life which had been condensed into 16 years of time. As the years went by, I encountered a few Old Souls who I shared my experiences with. I would talk about my insights and introduce them to the concept of Old Souls. One of these people was Luna. She was so excited about it that she eventually wrote the well-received article 9 Signs You’re An Old Soul as well as a subsequent Old Soul Book. <snip> https://lonerwolf.com/problems-old-souls-experience/
  3. We're supposed to have a certain amount of dark and light in our lives to stay healthy.
  4. Sure does bother them when anyone starts asking questions about... well about anything. They're still worried that the masses will wake up or they wouldn't give any credence to "conspiracy theories". People question them and not softballs questions, either. The authorities do not like being under a public microscope.
  5. Sighs and smh. Laws laws everywhere. You're right about extreme.
  6. PARKERS PRAIRIE, Minn. — A hypothetical zombie apocalypse is to blame for recent controversy at Parkers Prairie High School in west-central Minnesota. A teacher gave ninth-grade geography students an assignment that Principal Carey Johnson initially said is part of a nationally recognized curriculum called Zombie-Based Learning. One of the questions asked students to choose three people to sacrifice during a zombie apocalypse and explain why they were chosen. The assignment from teacher angered some parents of ninth-graders, such as Michelle Diedrich. <snip> http://www.twincities.com/2017/11/21/zombie-apocalypse-writing-assignment-leads-to-controversy-at-minnesota-high-school/ A special kind of sickness. Who would want to make a child think about choosing 3 victims to sacrifice and explain why?
  7. Oh man, this is CREEPY! Poor butterflies! There's a spooky mystery brewing at the famous monarch butterfly sanctuary in Pacific Grove. Each morning, anywhere from a few dozen to a few hundred butterflies are found flying through the air — dead. "We find monarch butterflies that are missing abdomens early in the morning. Seemingly something's eating them just before sunrise," Nick Strong of the Pacific Grove Museum told KSBW. "... They still have their brains and legs and everything so they can still move around a little bit." The zombie butterflies, as they're being called, can fly around for a few hours until they finally drop to the ground, dead. It's the second straight year this macabre sight has been witnessed, but scientists still don't know what's causing it. <snip> http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/mystery-creating-zombie-butterflies-pacific-grove-12377304.php
  8. Franken Fallout

    Whoops! Al Franken accused of inappropriate touching by two more women http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/11/22/al-franken-accused-inappropriate-touching-by-two-more-women.html
  9. “I’m frustrated,” Lombardo said, speaking of the pervasiveness of outlandish conspiracy theories. LOL I'll bet you are frustrated. Think how frustrated people who were shot and lost relatives and who don't believe the official offering must be.
  10. Gunman Stephen Paddock fired more than 1,100 rounds the night of the Las Vegas shooting, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Wednesday. The new total includes about 200 rounds fired from Paddock’s Mandalay Bay corner suite and into the hallway of the 32nd floor late Oct. 1, injuring hotel security guard Jesus Campos. Lombardo was aware of the previously unreported total because the Metropolitan Police Department’s forensics lab is working in conjunction with the FBI to process all ballistics evidence from the mass shooting, which left 58 concertgoers dead and more than 500 injured. Investigators have not determined why Paddock stopped shooting. Lombardo said they found about 4,000 more rounds of unused ammunition in the gunman’s suite. <snip> https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/shootings/sheriff-says-more-than-1100-rounds-fired-in-las-vegas-shooting/ Still no motive!
  11. THE deadly Madagascar plague has now claimed 195 lives and experts fear Black Death infections have reached a "crisis point". In less than one week, there has been a three per cent rise in casualties, as more 2,267 people have been struck with the disease, according to official WHO figures. <snip> https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4970544/madagascar-plague-black-death-crisis-death-195/ Just keeping an eye on what's being said about this.
  12. Deep below Lake Erie there is a sprawling complex covering a vast area and large enough in some parts to contain 4 sortie structures. This complex is located at the Morton/Fairport salt mine on the southern shore of Lake Erie (Fairport Harbor) in the United States. The mine is buried at a depth of 2800 feet with a foot print of nearly 20 miles under the lake and maintains a temperature of about 74 degrees year round. The complex has existed for many years and is well know to some extent. Its purpose; as a Salt mine is still in use to this day and will be for the foreseeable future. The natural resource found under lake Erie contains about 10,000 years of salt and is one of the worlds largest salt deposits ever discovered. <snip> So what makes this interesting you may be asking, other than it’s enormous size? It also contains and array of scientific devices that work with the biggest mysteries of nature in the field of “Particle Physics”. This array that has been located there for the past 25 years; is known as the “Irvine–Michigan–Brookhaven (detector)”, and has been under a major upgrade for years now and with a very new mission. https://thedatablitz.wordpress.com/2017/11/23/deep-under-lake-erie-project-watchman/
  13. American and United Airlines settle with developer over 9/11 terror attacks American Airlines and United Airlines have agreed to a $95.1m (£71.9m) settlement with the developer of the Twin Towers. The commercial carriers' agreement to the payout to World Trade Center Properties, owned by developer Larry Silverstein, puts an end to a 13-year litigation. <snip> Mr Silverstein has already received a $4.55bn (£3.4bn) payout from his own insurers, six years after the attack. <snip> https://news.sky.com/story/american-and-united-airlines-settle-with-developer-over-911-terror-attacks-11138661