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    The darkness of the age of aquarion or the mutation of the human race?

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    The darkness of the age of aquarion or the mutation of the human race?

    Post  Guest on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:17 am



    Very interesting video which is food for thought, what is really happening around us as the police state grips and grips ever harder...what is happening to humanity
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    Re: The darkness of the age of aquarion or the mutation of the human race?

    Post  MargueriteBee on Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:06 pm

    You can believe this if you wish but in my heart I know LOVE will prevail.
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    Post  giovonni on Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:29 pm

    Thank you Andromeda, for the posting this Thubs Up

    Yes America, as well as most of this world is falling prey and under (his term) a kind of an "arrested development," and for some- going about ones life today in public is like walking through a 'Thorazine medicated asylum' Hypnotize But i differ with him in his negative energy slant Nope He is well read and studied (intellectually) with information pertaining to the past> but he is quite brain dead (spiritual) in viewing and manifesting a new future for this planet and mankind. ALL i know is, when i smile at another living life form ( human animal or plant)Big Grin 3 i see and feel the energy response and exchange!
    Blessed Be This Transmutation Double Thumbs Up
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    Re: The darkness of the age of aquarion or the mutation of the human race?

    Post  anomalous cowherd on Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:59 pm

    there was some chat about this interview on Henrik P's facebook page. My take is Jordan is tired, has had cancer and badly needs a liver flush x 20. He has really done a great job laying a foundation for other researchers but the hard work and lack of recognition he may have wanted, plus people at large being so willfully stupid... it's worn the guy down. A taxed liver leaves one rather despondant. Guess I should listen to it though before I comment, ooops . Rolling Eyes
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    Post  giovonni on Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:33 pm

    anomalous cowherd wrote:there was some chat about this interview on Henrik P's facebook page. My take is Jordan is tired, has had cancer and badly needs a liver flush x 20. He has really done a great job laying a foundation for other researchers but the hard work and lack of recognition he may have wanted, plus people at large being so willfully stupid... it's worn the guy down. A taxed liver leaves one rather despondant. Guess I should listen to it though before I comment, ooops . Rolling Eyes

    i agree~ he is much appreciated~ blessings and healing love to him!sunny
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    Re: The darkness of the age of aquarion or the mutation of the human race?

    Post  Guest on Mon Dec 20, 2010 8:36 am

    MargueriteBee wrote:You can believe this if you wish but in my heart I know LOVE will prevail.

    I agree that love will prevail in the Cosmos but will it prevail on Earth? no much signs of that in the planet for the moment...but who knows what is around the corner?

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