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I am my own Home
11-16-2007, 11:32 AM,
#1
I am my own Home
Hi there, I am presently traveling throughout Europe without a fixed address.

After having spent the last three decades in the USA and Canada it is an eye opener to see the changes that have occurred here. Globalisation is in full swing at an accelerated pace.

For the past twenty years I have done a tremendous amount of traveling filled with experiences that tested my trust in Myself. This included a deportation from the US for being a whistle blower regarding a nuclear dumping issue that involved Bush, Sr.

One of my friends indicated he posted here so I checked it out. Is anyone here interested in my personal adventures?

Nice to be here.
Knowledge is earned. Wisdom is learned.
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11-16-2007, 01:43 PM,
#2
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well hello there sixthdensity...
a whistle blowing story...
involving Bush, Sr.....

let us have it! :smile:
and welcome to conspiracy central!
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11-16-2007, 02:47 PM,
#3
I am my own Home
Please. Do tell.
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11-16-2007, 02:54 PM,
#4
I am my own Home
Quote:well hello there sixthdensity...
a whistle blowing story...
involving Bush, Sr.....

let us have it! :smile:
and welcome to conspiracy central!

I'll give you a synopsis as it is a bit dated. Thanks for the welcome.

In the early nineties I worked as an editor on geological reports about the Yucca Mountain Range in Nevada as a possible dump for nuclear waste. I stumbled upon reports that were not meant for my eyes, stating the presence of volcanic activity. The transport of the rods was also unsafe. It would have made a lot of people very ill. When I protested, I was told that the government owned the land and that Bush, Sr. had already decided to dump it. It was a done deal.

This made me mad so I wrote a letter to Bush, Sr. telling him how I thought about him etc. signing my name. The reports I gave to the Senator of Nevada for ammunition to stop the dumping. As far as I know, it still has not happened but I am not up-to-date.

I quit the job after the project manager got fired to be replaced by an incompetent. Since then, I moved and dropped out of mainstream society. For years, they could not find me. When I "did my duty" to pay for a jaywalking ticket in Las Vegas policestation, suddenly they held me for Immigration. Several weeks later, after 29 years as a permanent resident, a uniformed INS officer put me on the plane to Holland, saying I was banned for life from the USA. If I'd return, they threatened to throw me in jail for life.
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11-16-2007, 06:16 PM,
#5
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Cool and welcome
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11-16-2007, 06:28 PM,
#6
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Hi sixthdensity, welcome. I'd like to hear more of your story? Has living the live of a vagabond been rewarding for you? Does it get old? Have you been able to settle down at all, anywhere, or do you have to be on the move constantly? Do you have a bike? Do all the other countries in EU and Asia let you in? Did you have US citizenship and then have it revoked? What citizenship do you have now? Do you have a passport? Why was Holland chosen for you? Glad you're here, hope you choose to post more. Cheers.
&its just like.. doood ya get the best barrels ever dood..
its just like.. ya pull in and ya just get spit right out of em...
ya just drop in n just smack the lip.. whabap.. drop down..
zibbaaaahhhahahah..
n then after that.. ya drop in.. ride the barrel..
and get pitted.. sooo pitted like that&
- surfer dood

Northern Alberta Surface Water Study
check it out: www.nasws.ca
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11-16-2007, 07:44 PM,
#7
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welcome to CC , do share. :cool:
If Thine I that I spy with my own little I Doeth Offend thee ; Pluck It out.

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11-17-2007, 01:42 AM,
#8
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Greets. Got something to share? Feel free to start a blog here if you want.
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11-17-2007, 10:58 AM,
#9
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Quote:Greets. Got something to share? Feel free to start a blog here if you want.

Wow. You've got a great signature. I just explored the concept "Conflict is a necessary simultaneous path experience". This is a quote from Matrix V (Volume III), simultaneous meaning the opposite from sequential. Aliens are sequential spirits (one incarnation at the time connected to their Higher Self); simultaneous (most of us here, I assume, I know you are Ctrl, I can tell) spirits have many incarnations in different timezones yet operating simultaneously (no time and distance in the spiritual realm, the higher densities).

It is so true. If you live in lalaland or Pleasantville, what the heck are you going to learn besides baking cookies and hitting the right note of agreement.
Knowledge is earned. Wisdom is learned.
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11-17-2007, 11:15 AM,
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Quote:Hi sixthdensity, welcome. I'd like to hear more of your story? Has living the live of a vagabond been rewarding for you? Does it get old? Have you been able to settle down at all, anywhere, or do you have to be on the move constantly? Do you have a bike? Do all the other countries in EU and Asia let you in? Did you have US citizenship and then have it revoked? What citizenship do you have now? Do you have a passport? Why was Holland chosen for you? Glad you're here, hope you choose to post more. Cheers.

I won't be able to answer all of your questions at once because that would take a long time. My journey consists of a study of extra-terrestrials among us who I have been dealing with since I was twelve years old (I am now 59). That's when I actually saw the reptilian shape within the human hologram. They made my life miserable but, over the years, I used the cruelty I experienced at their hands as a motivator to increase my inner strength/understand what they were. I couldn't talk about it so I had to use my own resourcefulness.

Twenty-three years of inner work led to a yielding of my personality (foregoing free will) to my Higher Self. Right after that Awakening, I lost my apartment, job, and everything else and hit the road. I hated it at first: no body comforts, scared, no money, people treating me as a crazy homeless person but there was always a purpose behind it. Whenever I finished a cycle I would get an AHA moment.

It is a very long story. From 2000 to last march I actually lived indoors in Vancouver, Canada and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I started writing a book (in collaboration with someone else), tentatively titled The Alien-ated Human. It is about how to recognize Alien input within (DNA programming) even if you cannot "see" them and how to deal with it. I could start a blog with this writing, if anyone is interested.

Yesterday I had a major AHa moment - cognition - on true freedom. Using the Law of Allowance, I passed a test by my Higher Self that made me realize I achieved the freedom from want, need, and fear. This realization will aid tremendously in accurately assessing my writings. This also means that my traveling days are over (phew!). I am in Luxembourg City at the moment, still in an ice-covered tent. If anyone knows anyone around here who would like to host me for a couple of days, let me know.

I am glad to be here and duly impressed with the creative, intelligent contributors.
Knowledge is earned. Wisdom is learned.
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11-17-2007, 11:23 AM,
#11
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Thanks for the reply sixthdensity, I didn't expect that you would answer all of my questions all at once, but I did want to pose what hit me at the time. Take your time. I'd be interested in reading more.. a blog would be great. Also, you might find this helpful in your travels, it's helped me out in the past...

http://www.couchsurfing.com
&its just like.. doood ya get the best barrels ever dood..
its just like.. ya pull in and ya just get spit right out of em...
ya just drop in n just smack the lip.. whabap.. drop down..
zibbaaaahhhahahah..
n then after that.. ya drop in.. ride the barrel..
and get pitted.. sooo pitted like that&
- surfer dood

Northern Alberta Surface Water Study
check it out: www.nasws.ca
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11-17-2007, 01:44 PM,
#12
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Welcome
The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall. - Che Guevara

Resistance Films Youtube Channel

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11-18-2007, 07:19 PM,
#13
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Welcome to Conspiracy Central sixthdensity!!
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11-19-2007, 12:26 PM,
#14
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Quote:Welcome to Conspiracy Central sixthdensity!!

Gee thanks. You've got a couple of really impressive websites. I will spend some more time there soon.

Also, I checked out the http://www.couchsurfers.com. I logged in under the username Truefreedom, if you want to check me out.

Instantly, I got a very useful, wonderful Luxembourg artist who invited me over. He and his roomer are aware men who are providing me with new contacts for my book.
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11-20-2007, 04:52 PM,
#15
I am my own Home
Quote:Thanks for the reply sixthdensity, I didn't expect that you would answer all of my questions all at once, but I did want to pose what hit me at the time. Take your time. I'd be interested in reading more.. a blog would be great. Also, you might find this helpful in your travels, it's helped me out in the past...

http://www.couchsurfing.com

Thanks you so much for that couchsurfers community. There are some very interesting people connected with it. The first person I contacted offered to rent me an apartment in a watermill for a low price and gave me info on some things I need to handle in Amsterdam, my hometown. I am duly impressed.
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