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    Tar Woosing Up....?: The Cases in the US Just in case it may connect to how BG has been spreading.... Marfoogle News Published on Jun 9, 2019 IDK...I actually very much suspecting that OUR BODIES carry the BG by now, and its dormant or in some cases working to create hybrids forcefully..... Please remember that we already have the power to kill it off within ourselves. So please never give up if you discover your body is already dipping in it. It can happen via health care treatments to touching the substance unknowingly, we all are liberally surrounded by it. Yes it gets remotely turned on conveniently by the nasty bunch, and I wouldn't know when for the individuals. When it kick starts, your body almost feel as if it is to die. Mine certainly went into an NDE. But you won't die if you rise above the fear and depend on your soul's strength. It strongly shines through the darkest moments, and it will lead you to the other side, after CONQUERING the BG. This process will tell "them" that they won't be able to scrap us away......they really had created something they didn't expect how it turns. And we had become one of the most invincible creature in the Universe....as long as we recall our full power, which WE CAN. If we all can show this conquering process, we give the ultimate shits to the faction, meaning they failed miserably on one of their big plan they had. Let's do so, shall we?
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    Mysterious large mass discovered on Moon bewilders scientists: 'Whatever it is, wherever it came from' Chris Ciaccia June 10, 2019 snip video " A large mass of unknown material has been discovered on the largest crater on the Moon and scientists aren't sure what it is. According to an April 2019 study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, the researchers believe the mass could contain metal from an asteroid that crashed into the celestial satellite, which resulted in the aforementioned crater, known as the Lunar South Pole-Aitken basin. https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/2019GL082252 "Imagine taking a pile of metal five times larger than the Big Island of Hawaii and burying it underground. That's roughly how much unexpected mass we detected," lead author Dr. Peter James, assistant professor of planetary geophysics at Baylor University, said in a statement. At roughly 1,550 miles in diameter, the Lunar South Pole-Aitken basin stretches across approximately one-fourth of the Moon, according to NASA. The Moon's circumference is roughly 11,000 kilometers. This false-color graphic shows the topography of the far side of the Moon. The warmer colors indicate high topography and the bluer colors indicate low topography. The South Pole-Aitken (SPA) basin is shown by the shades of blue. The dashed circle shows the location of the mass anomaly under the basin. (Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/University of Arizona) In addition to being the largest crater on the Moon, the Pole-Aitken basin is also one of the largest known impact craters in the solar system and is thought to be approximately 4 billion years old. James and his team looked at data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission and the changes in gravity they discovered surprised them. "When we combined that with lunar topography data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, we discovered the unexpectedly large amount of mass hundreds of miles underneath the South Pole-Aitken basin," James said. "One of the explanations of this extra mass is that the metal from the asteroid that formed this crater is still embedded in the Moon's mantle." snip https://www.foxnews.com/science/mysterious-mass-discovered-moon
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    Is this one just a strange coincidence? Alan Peppard, who wrote for 'The Dallas Morning News' for 30 years, dead at 56 Robert Wilonsky Michael Granberry June 9, 2019 "Alan Peppard, the Dallas native who worked his way from society columnist to Texas historian, who could turn forgotten footnotes into multipart series during his 30 years at The Dallas Morning News, died Saturday night. He was 56. snip Peppard was best known for writing about the very powerful, the very rich — and, occasionally, the wannabe-wealthies. He rendered rich nobodies local somebodies, occasionally made them famous, and loved more than anything turning the spotlight on people who preferred to remain on the sidelines. He genuinely enjoyed writing about the boldface names and spending time in their company and wrote about all of these subjects without the snark and smirks common to celebrity and social-world journalism. snip In his September 2017 farewell column, Peppard wrote about his friendships with Larry Hagman, Dallas’ J.R. Ewing; Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett; and presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. And he counted among his closest confidants billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens, the subject of a lengthy private-world peek in 2017, shortly before Peppard went into his father’s business. “Alan’s passing is shocking news,” said the 91-year-old Pickens. “Dallas has lost an institution, and way too early. Alan was one of the most feared yet respected media figures in Dallas. For decades his columns and insight pieces on the business and social elite of this town were early morning must-reads. There was no one better at the gift of gab and gossip than Alan.” snip Born less than 10 months before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Peppard contributed to a package of stories marking the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death by writing a memorable piece about the man accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald tried but failed to kill — former Major Gen. Edwin A. Walker. Peppard also unearthed rare footage and photographs that showed Kennedy leading a motorcade parade through downtown Dallas during his 1960 presidential campaign that proved eerily similar to the one that claimed his life in 1963. Peppard wrote, too, about two remote islands off the coast of South Texas that became “unlikely centers of power and influence” in 1937, because of Fort Worth’s Sid Richardson and Dallas’ Clint Murchison Sr. And in a piece that read like a movie pitch, Peppard wrote in 2015 about how Vice President George H.W. Bush calmly assumed the mantle following the shooting of Ronald Reagan by a man who’d graduated from Highland Park High School." snip https://www.dallasnews.com/business/the-dallas-morning-news/2019/06/09/alan-peppard-wrote-dallas-morning-news-30-years-dead-56 I think you'll be able to understand why I felt he needed to be included. When you write about these people who knows what info you really have collected.
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    On the 8th of June, I ran across a tweet about small plane crashes Now today there's been two more. What we know about the pilot in the Manhattan helicopter crash "MIDTOWN, Manhattah (WABC) -- The pilot who was killed when his helicopter crashed into a Midtown Manhattan skyscraper has been identified. The real estate company that used the helicopter confirmed Monday that the pilot was 44-year-old Tim McCormack, of Clinton Corners, New York. snip "He was no kid. He was a veteran helicopter pilot in this area," said Dudley. "Something had to had overwhelm him, mechanical or weather." McCormack had been a professional pilot since the early 2000s and Eyewitness News first met him in 2014 after the windshield of another chopper he was flying shattered when a bird hit it in mid-flight. >>>Does anyone but me recall that incident? snip https://abc7ny.com/what-we-know-about-the-pilot-in-the-nyc-helicopter-crash/5341112/ Very interesting about all that. No? Then this one in Southern Calif. ‘Plane Down’ at Southern Calif. Airport – Fire Officials June 10, 2019 "RAMONA, CA. — First responders were on scene of a small plane crash at Ramona Airport Monday, CAL FIRE San Diego said. The Cessna 172 aircraft was located near the tower of the airport — 2450 Montecito Road. Ramona Airport is a public airport two miles west of Ramona, in San Diego County. The facility is mostly used for general aviation, the California Department of Forestry and the United States Forest Service." https://breaking911.com/breaking-plane-down-at-southern-calif-airport-fire-officials/ Editing to add one from June 6, 2019
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    2002--The Disclosure Move: Admiral Wilson It's what Richard Dolan stated as THE Disclosure, and I followed his notion of where to go. And it IS to do with Adm. Wilson but not sure if this 15 pages of documents are the one he's looking at. He says 42 pages, yet there are only 15. Still important so please check them out. https://imgur.com/a/ggIFTfQ Screenshot: from the document above.
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    There was another one, I had the name last night, but had not done much digging at that point. Lola Gulomova Dept. of Commerce Official, was considered a NASA expert and had worked for The World bank . My question about Lola, was she anywhere near the Uranium 1 deal, or have anything to do with it? JUST IN: U.S. Commerce Department official Lola Gulomova killed in murder-suicide in Washington, D.C. https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1137408487082876928 >>It won't embed, but if you copy/paste/go, and take the time to read it all, there's lots of info. Including that back in 2010, through a EUCOM dig, her husband's name, Jason B. Rieff, was found in State Dept. emails, while HRC was Sec. of State. This thread also has some info on Tony Rodham's doings in Haiti, etc. https://mpdc.dc.gov/release/homicide-and-suicide-4300-block-windom-place-northwest >>Once again called a murder/suicide immediately, just like Sen. Nancy Shaefer, back in 2010. http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2892.htm >>An interesting read, with some interesting information. Take with salt and discern for yourself. Did Hillary's brother Tony, receive a summons to a grand jury by John Durham? That is one I can believe. It appears Gulomova, herself, was "well known and respected in Russia as she had been the NASA Deputy Russia Representative at the US Embassy in Moscow in 2006." I also find it interesting that Jupiter is talked about in this article, as our entity also spoke of things to do with Jupiter in the first months of Me Tel U. The stuff just keeps swirling the drain.
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    Mr. R Jones' Integrated Space Program 1989-future There's another link available via Rense but please ABSOLUTELY make sure to use VPN servise and totally anonymous search engine to check on the stuff. Got a hunch that you'd be monitored no matter where you try to access these info from. https://cdn.makezine.com/uploads/2013/07/integratedspaceplan2color.pdf Interesting content indeed. But the above link is to 1989 version. Below is from 1997. The above image is from the link below......2017 version offered via Kickstarter site....and it was great to actually be able to hear Mr. Jones speaking himself on the page. www.kickstarter.com/projects/486671231/integrated-space-plan-2017-edition And you'd imagine there'd be always newer version available, yeah? Maybe not all the time. So if you come across to another kickstartar file with the ISP for later versions, worthwhile checking it out, I think.
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    Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements Mike Wehner @MikeWehner August 18th, 2017 at 11:05 PM https://bgr.com/2017/08/18/brain-hack-science-limb-control/?fbclid=IwAR2Y-5sO9uonIoYPMYxEefV1Fgr8RG9DdMuxDvS-K1ugJVidbhKDqKk0Y0w To the papers: Magnetothermal genetic deep brain stimulation of motor behaviors in awake, freely moving mice Rahul Munshi, Shahnaz M Qadri, Qian Zhang, Idoia Castellanos Rubio, Pablo del Pino, Arnd Pralle University at Buffalo, United States; Philipps University Marburg, Germany; CIC biomaGUNE, Paseo Miramón 182, Spain RESEARCH ARTICLE Aug 15, 2017 https://elifesciences.org/articles/27069
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