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ChiliCheeseFries

Pain is a teacher, my friends. Learn fast and well to avoid the teacher :-)

 

Welcome, TR!

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Bertdiva

Hello out there. I wonder....I am not a web bot, but simply a noticer of things. As I read the feeds of news outlets & social media, I am struck by one outstanding thing-the thing that web bots search for-the rise of negative speech

. The language we share reflects more & more hatred, intolerance and violence. Our verbage has become gutteral, harsh, describing a world already beyond saving. Even the most innocent of stories is told with dark words. Kill, died, war & strife. The list is endless. Does anyone yet realize that the words we chose to express ourselves creates a reality all its own? Truth has always been a matter of perspective, but our perspective is based on the story we hear. The darker the tone, the lower the vibration. The lower it gets, the lower we feel. I fear we live in a time when the transmission of truth is broadcast using the deepest of tones. We reverberate with this tone & it becomes louder, stronger. Do the web bots hear it as well??

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jdurand

We do realize it, Clif says the reason he uses negative language is it shows up with more energy. People don't seen to put as much energy into positive speech.

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emocmo

Negative feelings are more prevalent because of the basic function of negativity: If you are afraid, if you are concerned, you pay more attention. In the wild, your fear of the dark heightens your senses. It keeps you alive.

 

i don't think I've ever been so down on the way things are in the world. But "knowing" this was coming through awareness gives it a degree of excitement. And by knowing, it's not that I blindly believe everything Clif High writes. (Even he would find that creepy.). But his stuff points you in a direction and it also points out things to see along the way.

 

keep your mind and eyes open. It's amazing what you realize.

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Romans828IsTrue
Hello,so happy to meet you guys .I know the webot by accident,I think it is wonderful.

 

Welcome! Prepare yourself to be learning from all of the family members here. We appreciate folks with a discriminating perspective with a heart able to agree to disagree sometimes. I'm sure you will come to love this place. Welcome. Many brilliant, loving, and incredible souls here. :welcome::)

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rippingtheveil

Very late introduction... sorry.

 

I'm a born Texan who's been living in Middle Tennessee for the past fifteen years or so. Been paying attention to Clif and Webbots since ~2009. I love woo-woo and happen to specialize in database by profession (currently telecommute for a big medical data solutions provider), which explains some of my interest in Clif's work. Married to an amazing, open-minded woman who listens to Clif's Wujos with me, and we have two awesome kids who are home schooled.

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Fclaws

My Family had one of the best times in Gatlinburg TN and Dollywood a few years back.

Absolutely beautiful country sights down there. Brought home case of ol' smokey. Now the Mason jars

hang as my dining room chandelier. Good times, nice people. Pleasure to meet you

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rippingtheveil
My Family had one of the best times in Gatlinburg TN and Dollywood a few years back.

Absolutely beautiful country sights down there. Brought home case of ol' smokey. Now the Mason jars

hang as my dining room chandelier. Good times, nice people. Pleasure to meet you

 

It's a fun place, and beautiful. Some of the best memories I have involve staying at a chalet in East Tennessee, standing on the deck overlook and watching the eagles soar in the distance... Lots of beauty to be seen and explored in the 'middle' area, too. Hang-gliding is next on my bucket list.

 

Speaking of Ol' Smokey, I've got a jar of the maraschino cherries in the fridge right now. Pleasure to meet you, too! :hello:

 

Oh, if you ever have a chance to check out the Bluegrass Festival on Raccoon Mountain in Chattanooga, do it! You can walk from camper to camper and hear some great picking. Lots of 'big names' in Blue Grass go there, and its like a casual meet/greet/drink thing. There's also a moonshine vendor that sells the absolute best! (try the apple pie moonshine... soooo good).

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Fclaws

The apple pie in diet ginger ale is the Mrs's favorite. I will add the festival to my list. Thanks for heads up

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Romans828IsTrue

Welcome to all new members! A wealth of knowledge and experience within these environs...Lots of REALLY smart people here. Tremendous diversity. Learn to agree to disagree as needed. Relax. Get the lay of the land and enjoy. No need to be shy.

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kelmer

Aloha Everyone,

 

Glad to read you have opened this forum up. I thought it was dead.

 

My handle is K.Elmer and you'll find me on Twitter (@kaelmer) as one of Clif's ardent followers. I am also the creator of the various #webbothit gifs you'll see there, which I do for ****s & giggles.

 

A little about me; I have a fascination with anything that involves future forecasting and it has become somewhat of a hobby of mine over the past couple of decades. Thus, in addition to following various other methods of forecasting, I have been following Clif's work since the moment I heard about it when George Ure first appeared on the History Channel and mentioned it.

 

As you'll remember back then, the reports were very expensive, and I was limited at the time to whatever snippets I could garner through George Ure's blog postings. When Clif decided to start publishing the Shape of Things to Come reports, I have read everything he's written since, including listening to all the Wujos' and interviews going back to '95.

 

Its been a long and wild ride thus far and definitely not over. Thanks for having me and I look forward to our common future.

 

Namaste!

 

Kelmer

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Odinson

Welcome to the jungle folks! Wrap your cell phone in tin foil and and keep your hands in the canoe.

 

Oh if if you're not sure which mushroom to eat... ask.

 

No seriously some of us are superficially normal. ;p

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Pneumo

Hello folks !

 

Welcome to the WBF. Dive into the discussion. Most here are harmless, except a few who enjoy loud bangs and such.

 

So, the only reason I could possibly see for a drop in sea level which would strand ports and wharf cranes, unable to lift goods from ships is.....

 

An ice age !

 

So, I've got this great deal on parkas....;)

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1111

If the same amount of water

 

has to cover a larger surface of

 

Earth because of its expansion, beach

 

front property could have a problem with

 

it shipping plus large sheets of ice shrink the

 

amount of water. Buy your long underwear now!

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MARIOLANZA

Hello everybody,

 

 

After 20 years on internet forums, I thought I will never join another one again, but, this is an exception.

 

 

I am an Australian, 73, electronic engineer, thinker.

I am very familiar and intrigued by Cliff's info since the first day that he was interviewed by Jeff Rense.

 

 

My views are virtually identical to Jeff Rense and Clif.

 

 

My views are considered to be totally 'out of the box' by 'politically correct' people.

 

 

I will start posting here after I get to read some of the information on this forum.

I have to make sure that I belong here. :-)

 

 

“Interesting times” ahead. This is the most traumatic period in the history of our 'civilization', where we can clearly see the destruction of every human value we have ever developed.....destruction by Soros, the banksters, and the media. After reading the spectacularly evil, Hillary Clinton's email, it made me start thinking for the first time that 'Satan' may really exist, a monumental new line of thinking for an atheist person like me. Lets hope that her 'double' is better. :-)

 

 

I suspect that Satan masquerading as a woman, finally succeeded to fool us.

Web Bot may be the only tool we will have to extract ourselves from slavery.

 

 

PS;

I am concerned that if Cliff reads my views, it may indirectly alter his line of predictions.

Lets hope it doesn't happen. :-)

 

 

MARIOLANZA

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TELaSFjezyQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryiMLjiPN-I

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