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Thank you Celia. Grief feels as though it would flatten me …. We run and work as hard as we can. Look at this, we say and produce studies. Oh, and these “excess deaths” —see them? (And where in the world did the statistician come up with the word “excess” for the flood of deaths? Such a banal phrase). And babies stillborn. Or dying in their cribs. Men and women collapsing where they stand— all caught on camera! My God!

The cancers have begun. Turbo-cancers they are being called. One day you are told you have cancer and practically the next you are dying with Stage Four metastasized tumors in your brain… and are on “Comfort Care.”

All this death. From a disease… that is one thing; a tragedy. From a toxic forced assault with a needle and an agent created in Frankenstein labs— that is a whole new level of horror.

I know evil now.

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"I know evil now."

That's exactly the feeling. The shock of it, needs to come out, somehow.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

In Naomi Klein’s book “The Shock Doctrine” she describes how long it takes to psychologically process what has been done to an individual, a group, or in this case the world. It is at least 20 years - almost a generation. It is vitally important to document the truth in books in hard copy which cannot be digitally revised to suit a future agenda. Our best hope is to not allow our children into the school indoctrination system at all. Let them be unschooled. Let them experience personal freedom so that perhaps they can determine what is truth for themselves and live without despair.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

And yet there are still so many who can't believe humans can be so evil to one another. I believe that they can believe, they just choose not too.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

That has to be it: they choose not to believe, because it would turn their world right side up, and they would feel utterly lost--not realizing they are already lost. We live in upside down world if we do not resist it.

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Mar 16, 2023·edited Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

This. ^^^

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

“My sister Emily loved the moors. Flowers brighter than the rose bloomed in the blackest of the heath for her; out of a sullen hollow in a livid hillside her mind could make an Eden. She found in the bleak solitude many and dear delights; and not the least and best-loved was – liberty.” - Charlotte Bronte

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Unfortunately, exactly 3 years later, it seems we're entering phase 2 of the Op.

The worldwide economy is collapsing, and there's no time to shed tears for what we have lost.

Hold tight.

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Incoming yes. I wonder - and I am looking for the gifts in the nightmare, always - if, as the world unwinds, sheds it's illusions, and we necessarily shed ours (or die holding on) what will we transform into, free of those illusions? We've been contained, transfixed, held in a manufactured world and as it goes, what happens to the survivors? The world won't be the same and neither will we. We are not here by accident, imo. The light of us never goes out. To be present during times like these is profound. The gifts are comparable to the challenges.

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Mar 16, 2023·edited Mar 17, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

it was about to collapse in 2019... then covid...

“The global economy was facing the worst collapse since the second world war as coronavirus began to strike in March, well before the height of the crisis, according to the latest Brookings-FT tracking index. “The index comes as the IMF prepares to hold virtual spring meetings this week, when it will release forecasts showing the deepest contraction for the global economy since the 1930s great depression. FT.com https://archive.ph/UUfl2

Collapse Imminent: https://thephilosophicalsalon.com/a-self-fulfilling-prophecy-systemic-collapse-and-pandemic-simulation/

The Illusion of Stability, the Inevitability of Collapse http://charleshughsmith.blogspot.com/2021/09/the-illusion-of-stability-inevitability.html

Fed is sharply increasing the amount of help it is providing to the financial system https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/23/fed-repo-overnight-operations-level-to-increase-to-120-billion.html Banks did not trust each other - similar situation when Lehman collapsed

A SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY: SYSTEMIC COLLAPSE AND PANDEMIC SIMULATION https://thephilosophicalsalon.com/a-self-fulfilling-prophecy-systemic-collapse-and-pandemic-simulation/

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Indeed. It's why I said at the beginning of the crime that it was coming out of the financial system.

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And the financial system was being destroyed by increasing costs to produce energy (and other resources)...

The Central Banks fought against these powerful headwinds with stimulus (in particular lower rates of interest) which caused the GFC... it was more of the same once they righted the ship ... and in 2019 it was taking on water again rapidly...

Then covid

SEE PAGE 59 - THE PERFECT STORM : The economy is a surplus energy equation, not a monetary one, and growth in output (and in the global population) since the Industrial Revolution has resulted from the harnessing of ever-greater quantities of energy. But the critical relationship between energy production and the energy cost of extraction is now deteriorating so rapidly that the economy as we have known it for more than two centuries is beginning to unravel https://ftalphaville-cdn.ft.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Perfect-Storm-LR.pdf

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High time to put that energy bogeyman out to pasture.

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Feel free to explain how Tim Morgan and Perfect Storm have it wrong.

Feel free to explain why we steam oil out of sand....

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Banksters and #BigPharma

How long before we line up outside the bank to get our money and the #Strokepoke to make a withdrawal?

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Mar 16, 2023·edited Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

I know, Eddy.

I am the same Mrs S who occasionally comments on Gail's blog.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

But I think we need to pause long enough to reflect upon what has been lost and pay tribute to it before we can jump back in the the River Styx,

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I feel same. I know there is no returning to normal, but I do want to know how to enjoy a new normal - if it's at all possible anymore. Seems others are able to, but I cannot while things are the way they are. Moments of happiness from time to time until I'm reminded where we are or until I remind myself.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

There was a vote to end all mandatory vaxination in the Australian Senate recently.

You still must have it for 90% of jobs.

Only 5 out of about 50 Senators voted to end them.

Apparently people would rather die rather than admit they were wrong.

I burst out crying uncontrollably for 2 years but it stopped abruptly a few months ago.

Now so much has a dreamlike quality. I spend a lot of time outside, gardening in a little tamed patch of the vast bushland. Only go to town once a fortnight for supplies. Wander naked sometimes in the garden when it's hot (it's summer here). I sing to the creatures around me - parrots, lizards, my chooks, the lambs and wombats and kangaroos.

I don't miss much about my old life - especially all the jabbed people and pretending interest in their worlds.

Pluto moves from Capricorn after 15 years into Aquarius on March 23rd. First time in that sign since the 1770s. We are all entering the chrysalis - wonder what we will be on the other side of the metamorphosis?

I recall a line from a Moody Blues song from their album Threshold of a Dream:

"Somebody exploded an H Bomb today but... it wasn't anybody I knew."

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Mar 16, 2023·edited Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

Yes...and these elected "ordinary people" (See polistra's comment) in the Australian senate voted to continue torturing and punishing people -- for the good of the collective, so they think.

Any thoughts on what Pluto in Aquarius will bring us?

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

Put on headphones and listen:

https://youtu.be/2gsqrqsNsf8

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

One of my favorites from a group of lads who were so profound and prophetic.

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On the up-side, Pluto in Aquarius could mean the rise of the common man after the consolidation of power by dictators and oligarchs we had as Pluto traveled over the last degrees of Capricorn. On the downside, it could mean implementation of the digital control grid and the takeover of humanity by artificial intelligence.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

This week I met two colleagues for dinner in a restaurant. Live, in person, away from screens and devices, for the first time in ages. We were conversing and realized just how much grief and loss and trauma we have all been experiencing. Not necessarily from the same perspectives, but no matter, because what did matter was having people who cared to share the grief and despair with. At a certain point I burst into tears and all I could say was “I’m just so sad. So, so sad. I just want people to be kind to me, to each other.” The floodgates were opened.

The biggest traumas were from people we have known and loved treating us unkindly. Assuming the worst about us.

We have to stop hurting each other, but in the meantime, I will love relentlessly. And grieve. And feel the despair. And read The Truth Barrier. And love relentlessly.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

Beautiful, and I and many others share in your pain over these events, but your sharing dark as it may seem is beneficial to everyone's healing. Thank you again for all you do and share with us. God bless you and everyone suffering.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

What would I do without your voice, Celia? Last fall, almost retirement age, with no retirement to speak of, in fact,I moved back to my hometown, temporarily. To my small town on the O.hio River in Kentucky. My childhood home burned down a year or two before I moved. Left to tell me my story sits an empty lot, for sale sign marked sold. If only I could visit that old, dear house. It swaddled me. Even in the face of the immense disenfranchisement inside, it kept me alive, nurtured my dreams helped me find refuge in its shadows. Back here, 45 years later, somewhere I had never imagined I would return. My house of 18 years remains everywhere, and nowhere, A ghost that holds my childhood spirit. I pass by, no words, bereft, yet calling for its arms, and its trees I climbed. Gone, uprooted through the years: the persimmon, pear, lilac, apple, walnut, catalpa, milkweed, mulberry, sycamore, elm, oak and maple, bent down in deference to funnel clouds, rain and wind. No one there in a child's absence to hang upside down in them, swing from a tire, pound nails into little plank steps up to the treehouse platform, to deeply root them with soul energy, any longer. A cruel echo of this one's shelter from a time growing up on the O.hio. That first syllable now a sacred lament.

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Beautiful. Thank you, from a fellow Ohioan in exile.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

Yes, you’re so right, Celia. They do it with frequencies. If we don’t find our way to stopping it we’ll be cooked. We’re the frogs in the water on its way to a boil.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

This is worse than communism and worse than prison.

Stalin never strangled ordinary people. He punished his political enemies, who were disobeying a clear law and knew what they were doing.

Prisons are not allowed to deprive prisoners of food or medicine as punishment. Prison administrations take that restriction seriously. Been there, done that.

Public "health" demons DO strangle innocent people, and deprive innocent people of food and medicine for the "crime" of resisting strangulation.

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It might be worse than ANYTHING. Could that be?

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The scope of - global - is the worst I know of. But lately thinking we have no idea how many extinction level events have happened. This is not the first time 'reality' has been manufactured, and then taken apart. We don't know our history. It turns out it's really not that hard to roll-out 'realities'.

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Mar 16, 2023·edited Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

Do you mean, polistra, that he Stalin never with his own hands "strangled" ordinary people in the literal sense of the word "strangle?" I suppose that is possible, but it appears that hordes of "ordinary people" as part of the NKVD did carry out the murders and slow deaths of 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 "ordinary people" that Stalin demanded.

As for this being worse than communism, this is communism. This is where it leads. The State and the collective above the individual. The circumstances and means may differ, those giving the orders may differ, those obeying may differ...but the derangement is the same. The death it brings -- physical and spiritual -- is the same.

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I agree. Virus Communism.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

I believe is the CCP is 100% the villian behind the covxx. We have a lot of willing dupes in pharma, education and regulatory agencies (circles of wagons) protecting progressive science. This does not however explain hospitals becoming death camps. A spirt of totalitariamism has fallen on every institution. We are moving towards the last days antichrist beast system!

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I think it's more akin to fascism than communism. Or some people are suggesting we describe this particular form of totalitariansim as technocracy.

I think we are better off just calling all of them what they are: slavery.

And I find myself highly concerned about being enslaved and highly unconcerned about exactly which form of slavery I am to be subjected to.

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125+ years of secular Progressive humanism full circle back to feudalism, serfdom and lawlessness. The American experiment is on its deathved. One must question whether the whole notion of Democracy was only intended as an illusion to make people believe they had more power then they really have…

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I don't believe Democracy is the problem. I believe it is materialistic atheism which is the problem - the form of civil government is irrelevant.

Only God can stay the spread of immorality and corruption, and the consequent decay and destruction of society.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

P--What are you talking about...Communism/Lenin/stalin/Mao/Pol Pot killed tens of millions of innocent victims such as in the forced famines in the Ukraine and in China --all this on ordinary people, Christians, pastors priests. Get your facts straight before saying things like this.

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You might find this interesting with JJ Couley and Dr. Paul Alexander regarding the strains of Covid and variance of effects. Scroll down to Scenario 4 to watch, it's very long as it explains thoroughly in detail. Longest video I've watched, it took awhile for it to get going and setup I'd suggest starting around 7:45 when Dr. Alexander starts speaking.

https://gigaohmbiological.com/

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Yes.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

Came here to say this. Stalin methodically starved the very ordinary Ukrainian farmer. Millions of them

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I hope you stay. Sometimes there are cat stories.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

I am in for the long haul!

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Sasha Latypova says the creators design is perfect. If that is so, this grief we share is meant for us. The world must need our tears. If part of each day is for this, so be it. This morning in March’s new morning light of Spring, I rolled up in blankets and sat looking at first rays because I know it heals one to do this. Grief in the end is all about love.

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"do not be afraid"

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I gave up fear for lent. But you know, we lapse sometimes

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Oh how I relate to this Celia. I'm attempting to build relationships in my neighborhood, as I think we will - very soon - need each other. They are very much 'in' the prevailing program. Maybe a couple have some wobbles lately. I get together with them, and that awful feeling of being complicit comes up when talk turns to places to eat or clothes. It can be fully disorienting.

(I've already burned bridges in my town when this rolled out, so with this is a new group, I have a new strategy. We'll see.)

That was heartbreakingly beautiful. So human. Bless you.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

If we are grateful for all the good things we have been given ,and return the smiles of the children showing them we mean that we mean it when we say God will take care of us then we can remember to see enjoy the little blessings which declares that the world is not lost just hidden temporarily in the fog.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

I feel like an ant struggling under collapsing sandhills climbing to the top inside of a giant hourglass.

I won't stop b'cos up there is my hope.

I am an amazing little ant.

One thing I know for sure, no-one, nor no "THING" can ever take that away from me.

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Yes. You are an amazing little ant.

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I take some comfort knowing i'm not alone. Need to remind myself though. Gerry & the Pacemakers. 3 min song. "You'll Never Walk Alone." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV5_LQArLa0

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Rogers and Hammerstein wrote it for "Carousel" in 1945.

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Mar 16, 2023Liked by Celia Farber

That’s a great version of that song - when I heard it as a young teenager it opened up a world of love never before seen.

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"Open Genocide'...... that's it

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