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The Master Board / Re: Refine your critical thinking
« Last post by Samalayuca on Today at 03:18:45 AM »
The man who convinced the internet that Finland does not exist

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/xyd48w/this-dude-accidentally-convinced-the-internet-that-finland-doesnt-exist

If Finland does not exist, then Santa Claus either?

http://www.santaclausvillage.info/
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The Master Board / Re: Refine your critical thinking
« Last post by nrgiseternal on Today at 03:06:02 AM »
What a significant about this sub isn't whats posted here but rather what isn't.

Or more properly what is the most prevalent  removed content .

https://www.reddit.com/r/finlandConspiracy/?count=25&page=4&after=t3_6dw0yn

Hardly an outlier https://www.reddit.com/r/finlandConspiracy/comments/5h7ov0/proof_finland_isnt_real/
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The Master Board / Re: Refine your critical thinking
« Last post by nrgiseternal on Today at 02:47:15 AM »
LANGUAGE "FIN" "LAND" "FINLAND"

Finnish Evä Maa Suomi

Russian Плавник Страна Финляндия Plavnik Strana Finlyandiya

Japanese 鰭 土地 フィンランド Hire Tochi Finrando

From this we can see several things: 1. None of these languages use a word that rhymes with or otherwise resembles the English word "fin" to describe that part of a fish, nor do they use a words that rhymes with or otherwise resembles the English word for "land" to describe a nation (or, in fact, any other meaning of "land"!) 2. Both Russian and Japanese do have names for the country that closely resemble "Finland" in structure, pronunciation, and spelling (with their own character systems). 3. Finland itself does not call itself Finland, leading us to believe that the name was not chosen from the native language of the area in question. 4. We can logically conclude that people speaking Russian and Japanese alone neither could nor would have created the name "Finland" without considering English or another equally irrelevant language. Any linguists and/or historians willing to debate the how and why of the name "Finland" are certainly welcome, but as it stands now the current stickied explanation has a hole in its logic
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The Master Board / Re: Refine your critical thinking
« Last post by nrgiseternal on Today at 02:43:29 AM »
Nokia

No, kia (ki to rise from/come out of) a- Asia

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The Master Board / Refine your critical thinking
« Last post by nrgiseternal on Today at 02:38:26 AM »
What a significant about this sub isn't whats posted here but rather what isn't.

Or more properly what is the most prevalent  removed content .

https://www.reddit.com/r/finlandConspiracy/?count=25&page=4&after=t3_6dw0yn
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The Master Board / Re: 300x50x30 cubits
« Last post by BlackBoX on June 24, 2017, 07:23:48 PM »
Kur -  Cur He's El
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The Master Board / Re: Food and Health
« Last post by Undestroyer on June 24, 2017, 02:47:38 PM »
We have more arsenic in our drinking water than normal.

Not above any permissable limits but enough that I have heard it speculated that has something to do with our nickname : "the home of heroes"

We have the most medal of Honor winners per cap in the country.

We also have the most bars.

It must be in the water ;)
Omgawd  LOFL you are a really humerous person my friend. However I was thinking of asparagus containing a colloidal suspension of arsenic-once-per week is enough.Fresh frozen or canned. Friend/comrade in arms-bud of mine has a B-12 problem -no meat has little to no -intrinsic factor in his gut-have him drinking this concoction-wait for it-one raw egg and grape juice-enzymatic reactions tween the egg and the concord juice enabling the stimulation and uptake of B-12 another one from the ladies.
Seems this mixture is the closest thing to being  naturally blood transfused..Not to worry about any "germies"enzymes in the concord kill off any bacteria-still worried -then tiny bit  1/8 tsp of 3% food grade Hydrogen peroxide. True story had a guy working for me - he thought very high grade hydrogen peroxide -was ice water - he found in my office trailer  fridge -had to rush him to the ER. Marked the bottles after that move...

Oh my jajaja that would be rough.

Good stuff thanks for sharing some of these pieces of the puzzle I am working on.
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The Master Board / Re: The new capitol of the USA
« Last post by Undestroyer on June 24, 2017, 02:29:49 PM »
http://k99.com/21-children-from-colorado-have-been-reported-missing-since-may-1st/

I will add, not in the list but missing on and off and now for two months solid, my neighbors 15 year old daughter.

I don't know the particulars but it sounds like she is running away from home choosing instead a life of drugs and sex.
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The Master Board / Re: Food and Health
« Last post by sheepdog on June 24, 2017, 02:17:01 PM »
We have more arsenic in our drinking water than normal.

Not above any permissable limits but enough that I have heard it speculated that has something to do with our nickname : "the home of heroes"

We have the most medal of Honor winners per cap in the country.

We also have the most bars.

It must be in the water ;)
Omgawd  LOFL you are a really humerous person my friend. However I was thinking of asparagus containing a colloidal suspension of arsenic-once-per week is enough.Fresh frozen or canned. Friend/comrade in arms-bud of mine has a B-12 problem -no meat has little to no -intrinsic factor in his gut-have him drinking this concoction-wait for it-one raw egg and grape juice-enzymatic reactions tween the egg and the concord juice enabling the stimulation and uptake of B-12 another one from the ladies.
Seems this mixture is the closest thing to being  naturally blood transfused..Not to worry about any "germies"enzymes in the concord kill off any bacteria-still worried -then tiny bit  1/8 tsp of 3% food grade Hydrogen peroxide. True story had a guy working for me - he thought very high grade hydrogen peroxide -was ice water - he found in my office trailer  fridge -had to rush him to the ER. Marked the bottles after that move...
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The Master Board / Re: If you find more examples, post them here
« Last post by Daozen on June 24, 2017, 11:54:47 AM »
James Casbolt and Supriem David Rockerfeller. Spitting images of each other. Nothing against either of them, but they may have come from the same "Messiah" program.


Jordan Sather is not an exact clone of David Wilcock, but he comes off as a younger model of the same archetype.
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