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Inaruti - formerly Nativemom72 THE DIVINE FEMININE => Coping with Rejection => Topic started by: neoslim on September 16, 2010, 12:38:42 PM

Title: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: neoslim on September 16, 2010, 12:38:42 PM
Hey everyone I really wanted to get everyone's opinion on this. As I have stated in previous posts it was in October of 2007 when the notion that the 'end of the world as we know it could actually be happening' hit me. From then on I saw the world in an entirely different view. At first maybe I wanted to believe it because I thought it was a crazy thing and something very fascinating, but it wasn't long until things started to get bad, first the economy, then all these political movements, and social unrest. As soon as I started believing that the world as we know it could be ending that's when all these bad things seemed to start happening with more frequency and intensity. There are literally times when I think to myself, "have  I lost it?" "Am I delusional for thinking these things?" Or worse- "Is this all in my head and if it is then does that mean that these bad things going on in the world aren't really happening?" Am I like Alice in Wonderland and will wake up one day and realize it was all a dream, that the night when this revelation came upon me was the night I fell asleep and have not woken up since?"   I know this probably all sounds crazy to you guys but it is beginning to look unreal how things are changing, and it is also strange to me that about no sooner than I came upon the belief that the world was ending is when all these bad things seemed to start happening.

So my question to you guys is this- Do you guys ever ask yourselves "Am I delusional for believing these things, and are these things really happening?"
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Bill on September 16, 2010, 12:51:07 PM
It's hard not to at time's, especially when people around you say you are. When you try and convince non-believers, at least when I do, the eye rolls pretty much sum it up. Any more I try and avoid the topic,especially with anyone who has not done any research on their own. I just go about preparring and planning.   Bill
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 16, 2010, 12:53:47 PM
I believe that since we are aware our senses are more heightened to what is truly occuring on this planet. We just see things more clearly than before. I do not feel we are "delusional", but my DH seems to think I am in all this, sometime soon he will be thanking me for having been able to see the realities of what is coming.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 16, 2010, 01:06:14 PM
Welcome to the Matrix;  there is so much that you all need to know. Look closely, at every little detail, in the events happening.   ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: 8hertz on September 16, 2010, 02:22:26 PM
neoslim,

A little less than 2 years ago, I was think of saving for a home, get a nice car and get myself a super computer with a nice big 30 in. monitor.  All that just went away once I heard of this idea. One of my first thought was that my 3 kids are still too young to have this come now. From that point on I have not been the same person I was.  I try a great deal of time get a reality check.  Check my mental self.  Asking people what they think of the current weather changes. Asking people what they think of the future without bring up the subject. I constantly check on news update and comparing it to what I know and read. I hold myself in high integrity with an analytical and logical mind.

So you tell me if I'm a nut case.

 I wish there was a way to assemble all of us on the forum to speak face to face.

8hertz
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 16, 2010, 02:49:58 PM
neoslim,
 I wish there was a way to assemble all of us on the forum to speak face to face.

8hertz
What about a weekly chat session thru AIM ? Or a shout box on the Town Hall? Would not be face-to-face, but would be real chatting (IM) live with each other..
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: _cj_ on September 16, 2010, 04:41:21 PM
neoslim,
 I wish there was a way to assemble all of us on the forum to speak face to face.

8hertz
What about a weekly chat session thru AIM ? Or a shout box on the Town Hall? Would not be face-to-face, but would be real chatting (IM) live with each other..

thats a good idea susan - can someone let us know if the board can support that ?

@ neoslim - dont worry  - be happy   :D

Regards,

alex
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 16, 2010, 04:58:03 PM
If this site installs EzPortal the shout box can be installed easily otherwise we can set up thru AIM for chats, which I have also done for my site... Both are easy
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 16, 2010, 05:43:27 PM
What if you're ugly, like me?  ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: neoslim on September 16, 2010, 05:55:19 PM
From reading your posts it seems like you guys are pretty secure in your beliefs. I use to talk about this with people but I stopped when I could tell they were starting to look at me like I was a nut. I also got a little scared off when I talk about this with people and then they start questioning me the way a psychiatrist would question his patient. That's pretty much when I stopped and figured from now on if it happens it happens and all I can do is prepare for whatever happens. I use to have fun with the idea of TEOTWAWKI because it just seemed so intense and adventurous in a way, but now with everything going on in the world I will be honest, I'm starting to get a little scared. Ed I'm curious what you meant by your "Welcome to the matrix" comment? 8hertz I dont think youre a nutcase. My only advice to you would be to balance out your 2012 life with your everyday life. I have invested in survival supplies but Ive also invested in personal items that have nothing to do with 2012 and I've tried to still enjoy my life even though I fear it will change. I hate to admit this but I think my belief in 2012 slowly killed my dream of one day becoming a movie actor. It was a pretty big dream to begin with but at least I had a goal. Now I have no goals because frankly I'm so unsure about the future. It's kind of sad when you think about it. So sad that I'm sort of at the point now where I just want it to happen just to get it over with because all this waiting is killing me.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 16, 2010, 06:51:14 PM
What if you're ugly, like me?  ed
Well we could use the AIM chat then we don't have to worry about what we look like I'm voting for AIM
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 16, 2010, 08:41:02 PM
Neoslim, you can't let it regulate and control your life. There is not one member on this site, that doesn't hope that all of this Planet X stuff is wrong, and 2012 comes and goes. We all go about life, but do prepare just in case it's for real. Sometimes it seems like a dream, or sorta like "the Matrix".  ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 16, 2010, 10:10:14 PM
Neoslim, you can't let it regulate and control your life. There is not one member on this site, that doesn't hope that all of this Planet X stuff is wrong, and 2012 comes and goes. We all go about life, but do prepare just in case it's for real. Sometimes it seems like a dream, or sorta like "the Matrix".  ed
Hate to sound studpi here, but what is "the matrix" ?
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Lori on September 17, 2010, 03:49:06 AM
The Matrix Movies.  They were movies they based the fact that the world around is simply a computer generated illusion.  That we are plugged into a giant space ship. 

You can see the Trailer on You Tube.

The Matrix Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM5yepZ21pI#ws)
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 17, 2010, 09:10:35 AM
Guess I'll have to get the movie, have never seen it.....
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: 8hertz on September 17, 2010, 09:17:16 AM
Neoslim, don't get me wrong. I still live my life as I always have, but have prepared a small amount of necessity in case something does happen. I also set more of my physical being toward the spirituality path then previous years. I value the experience of life, and try to touch other that share the same believe.  You are of the few that have opened your eye to the endless possible of life experience.  We are coming to an age of new discovery and understand of the universe for human life. It times to be hopeful.

The blind & selfish path has been pre-set because they are unable to break out of their physical self.

Sometime the movies are easier to express an idea to you then for someone to write a 10 paper essay on the idea. Matrix I is good, you don't need to watch the next two chapters, they are not good fellow-up story, but if you like the action then go right ahead. I would also recommend Deep Impact and Contact.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on September 17, 2010, 09:28:23 AM
Deep Impact was part of my eye opening firsts. Just struck too close to something I have always felt in my heart.....
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Jimfarmer on September 17, 2010, 09:34:41 AM
Hi NeoSlim.
You said "Am I delusional for believing these things, and are these things really happening?".
My answers: No and Yes, in that order.  Because of the things that I see and feel.
For physical proof, or reports thereof:
1)  Fix a compass on a wooden shelf far from any metal or electrical/electronic equipment, and mark the position of the North-pointing needle at random times during several days.  Observe how much it varies.
2) Read the ZetaTalk newsletter at https://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/archives.htm (https://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/archives.htm)
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: neoslim on September 17, 2010, 10:37:27 AM
Jim that is very interesting. I will do that. Yes 8hertz I'm very familiar with the Matrix series in fact I'm a big fan. Susan you should really watch the Matrix it is one of the best movies of all time because it tells the truth about life in a metaphorical way. I first saw the movie when I was 9 and didn't understand it, thus I couldnt appreciate it. But ten years later I saw the movie again and was blown away. It was like I was watching the movie for the first time. After you see the series I recommend getting the Animatrix dvd which has 2 episodes on it that tell the story of how the real world became the Matrix. It's my favorite. The reason I asked you that question Ed was because I've heard some people describe global consciousness and spirituality as The Matrix which makes me wonder if the spiritual world is the "fake" world and the physical world we live in is actually the "real" world. Otherwise I thought they would have said that to know yourself spiritually is to leave the matrix and that this phsyical universe is the matrix. Just a bit of confusion there.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 17, 2010, 11:48:05 AM
The movie Matrix 1, was an enlightenment movie to many, especially to those, like myself, who are students of Zen. The spirptual world is the real one. When we come to the physical world, such as earth, I align it with the movie. It's as though someone designed everything that is and is going to take place. When you return to the spiritual universe, you have left the "Matrix". I hope I explained that better.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: m4branch86 on September 17, 2010, 12:16:30 PM
My eye opening happened in 8th grade My Tea Kwon Do instructer said something that made me dig into other things... other than my whole zombie plan my friends and i had planned at the time. He said "No politician, no government, and DEFFINATLY NOT NASA. NO ONE IN POWER WILL GIVE A STRAIGHT Answer".... the deeper i dug the more right he became.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 17, 2010, 07:08:51 PM
I think I might know the guy.  ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Linda on September 18, 2010, 06:08:21 AM
The movie Matrix 1, was an enlightenment movie to many, especially to those, like myself, who are students of Zen. The spirptual world is the real one. When we come to the physical world, such as earth, I align it with the movie. It's as though someone designed everything that is and is going to take place. When you return to the spiritual universe, you have left the "Matrix". I hope I explained that better.

Exactly what I believe Ed. we are here to live out our part we chose to play while here to learn and grow. Possibly we run into trouble when we forget our true source and look to this sense of reality as the truth.

Linda
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: thomasslavicek on September 19, 2010, 04:54:07 PM
My take on all this I will render to you. As a child I became aware of the cattle mutilation phenomena. My military service gave me access to many things. This world holds many secrets, Nemesis is one of them.
It has been a companion with us all along. Look at the spires of churches. The cross, below it a planet which is Nemesis in your face (I am very serious here), below that a pyramid. After a pole shift, water displacement takes place and the orbit of earth is unstable. Like a changed tire the earth is trim balanced to become stable. The Giza pyramids in Egypt, close to the Equator have this primary purpose.
People wonder why they are afraid of the dark or spiders or confined spaces.....all fears via ancestral genetics of having to survive in caves.
Examine no entry, no parking, London tube, Volvo, Heineken logos and as mentioned even the spires of churches with the planet and cross on top globally, and the planet of the crossing is staring at you.
The PURIFIER is here to purify this corrupted, decayed planet. As bizarre as this may sound I feel this planet must be purged. Freemasons in London City gave me a tour. 1666 was the great London fire...coincidence ? No !
Alexandra Palace was built dedicated to Nemesis with the Goddess of Retribution on top. Nemesis has always been with us. On the one hand it sucks and you are not crazy, but in the great thick of things it is necessary.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Road Warrior on September 20, 2010, 12:11:42 AM
that was quite the spin TDK ...all worth researching  ;)
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Dania22 on September 20, 2010, 09:44:02 AM
neoslim,

A little less than 2 years ago, I was think of saving for a home, get a nice car and get myself a super computer with a nice big 30 in. monitor.  All that just went away once I heard of this idea. One of my first thought was that my 3 kids are still too young to have this come now. From that point on I have not been the same person I was.  I try a great deal of time get a reality check.  Check my mental self.  Asking people what they think of the current weather changes. Asking people what they think of the future without bring up the subject. I constantly check on news update and comparing it to what I know and read. I hold myself in high integrity with an analytical and logical mind.

So you tell me if I'm a nut case.

 I wish there was a way to assemble all of us on the forum to speak face to face.

8hertz

No, you're NOT a nut case.  :) Cause if you are, then I'm one too! I also have three young children like yourself, I also was saving every-last-penny to be able to finally afford a home, (especially in this market), the nice car, computer........then I too WOKE UP!! Real quick I might add. The asking about the weather, the clouds (something about them...) I understand, I really, really understand. I am a strong, avid, BELIEVER in the GOD of the Bible. I see it unfolding right before my eyes!! Then I cry.I cry because of the many that will be lost, it's inevitable, this pain and suffering that's NOW in the world.

Then, I laugh...I laugh because He said: He shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.


No.....you're not by any means, a nut case.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Lori on September 20, 2010, 09:57:44 AM
My parents and my family already think I'm nuts.  So I'm used to it.   ;D
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Road Warrior on September 20, 2010, 06:54:47 PM
I have been the Black Sheep my entire life nothing new to see here ..move along :P
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Linda on October 03, 2010, 01:04:59 PM
I think we are all "weird people" LOL :P

Linda
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: _cj_ on October 03, 2010, 02:20:55 PM
I think we are all "weird people" LOL :P

Linda

ahhh but we're all interesting, and thats more important  ;D

Regards,

alex
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Linda on October 05, 2010, 03:38:59 PM
I think we are all "weird people" LOL :P

Linda

ahhh but we're all interesting, and thats more important  ;D

Regards,

alex


Yes we are alex :D

Linda
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: 8hertz on October 05, 2010, 04:00:01 PM
I think we are all "weird people" LOL :P

Linda

ahhh but we're all interesting, and thats more important  ;D

Regards,

alex


Yes we are alex :D

Linda

You all a bunch of Nutcase! But I'm very glad to be part of it. :o

8hertz
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on October 05, 2010, 04:39:33 PM
I think we are all "weird people" LOL :P

Linda

ahhh but we're all interesting, and thats more important  ;D

Regards,

alex


Yes we are alex :D

Linda

You all a bunch of Nutcase! But I'm very glad to be part of it. :o

8hertz
Me too !!!!  ;)
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on October 05, 2010, 06:04:36 PM
Not me! I'm only delusional.  ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Jewel on October 08, 2010, 10:49:16 PM
Not delusional.  I live in the Washington DC area - you are NOT delusional.  Finally, my son-in-law, my daughter and I have started our escape plans.  To continue to live in this insane environment, but we sat tonight and started our preparations for what may happen next.  Whether the dollar crashes, natural disaster, terrorist attack or Planet X.  We have begun to prepare...  finally.  I have my children with me, knowing something is coming...  No, you are NOT delusional.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Linda on October 09, 2010, 05:58:29 AM
Hi Jewel and welcome. Do you feel that there is a lot of awareness in the DC area? That maybe people in the government or exposed to the government workers, have access to info or hear of possible situations that could or will happen? Just curious.

Linda
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on October 09, 2010, 08:23:52 AM
Welcome Jewel glad you are planning always good to be prepared.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: 1969quartz0 on October 09, 2010, 08:47:58 AM
Welcome Jewel  DC is not a good place to be if it gets hot in the future lock down etc. I am glad you are getting ready.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on October 09, 2010, 12:35:36 PM
Thank you, Jewel. Get going on those preparations!   ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: m4branch86 on November 05, 2010, 10:20:53 PM
Sorry i havent been posting with my usual frequency been working like maaaaaaaad i am actually going to bed here soon i just wanted you to know im still here and i still know whats coming
Matt
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on November 05, 2010, 10:27:44 PM
Good to hear from you m4branch86 hope all is well.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Ed Douglas on November 06, 2010, 12:04:02 PM
Matt, I don't think we have as much time left, as previously thought.  Hope to see you this week.  ed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on November 06, 2010, 12:33:38 PM
Matt, I don't think we have as much time left, as previously thought.  Hope to see you this week.  ed
I do believe I will have to agree with you Ed. Too many things happening at the same time everywhere, not just one place.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on November 10, 2010, 07:45:28 AM
Not me! I'm only delusional.  ed

LOL
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: m4branch86 on December 05, 2010, 10:46:35 AM
Master I will strongly agree we need to have a number exchange and a plan formed bc although divided we are stealthy united we are strong.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Steve_T on January 19, 2011, 08:52:09 AM
I was starting to wonder myself if I'm being delusional. My main focus for all of this is my wife. I firmly believe she is what I am here to protect and provide for. I'm sure it's God's will. I believe that if there is a Rapture, she will go because she lives for her service-to-others. It's so automatic for her to think of others and put herself in their shoes that it isn't even a conscious thought to her, just automatic and instant. When I think about her making it and being comfortable and well till then I know I'm not delusional. I hope to go too if there is a Rapture, but God's will will be as it will and I'll happily accept whatever is in store for me. Who are we to question Him?

Besides, you'd have to be blind not to see all the things looking us right in the eye that are ready to give. Any one of quite a few things out there right now seem on the verge of plunging us into the 1800 century-way of living again. If not the Stone-Age.

None of us here are delusional. Realistic and Awake, yes.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 29, 2011, 01:58:24 PM
The earth shifted from it's axis after the (CHILE EARTHQUAKE).
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 30, 2011, 02:06:27 PM
Hello everyone I took photos of this object between 4 am, and 5am south east, can anyone tell me if this is a  planet, or a star?
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on January 30, 2011, 02:27:09 PM
Hello everyone I took photos of this object between 4 am, and 5am south east, can anyone tell me if this is a  planet, or a star?
Can you tell me where the moon was in relation to this object please? Just trying to get some clarification for myself here.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 30, 2011, 02:45:21 PM
I didnt see, or thought of looking for the moon when I took these pictures, but usaully around this time in the early morning hours, the moon would be due west, I'm almost certain.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on January 30, 2011, 03:20:35 PM
If you get a chance to look again could you see if it is left or right of the moon? Thanks
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Lori on January 30, 2011, 03:36:02 PM
If this is our planet, the moon on Friday rose over the SSE.    It however at the time was only a half moon .  The moon seemed to be moving Eastward over the sky here.  Last Monday the moon was more SW outside our window then by Friday it was SSE of the window.  Very strange. :-\  In the meantime our planet continues to rise in the same area and remains bright. Which is very strange.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 30, 2011, 03:39:19 PM
Actually it is on the left from the moons possition, the distance between the moon, and this object is about two street blocks apart, and this planet, or star is huge.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Lori on January 30, 2011, 03:42:27 PM
Was that as of this morning?  Was not up early enough to see it today.  If it is, the moon has been really bouncing about this week. ???
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on January 30, 2011, 03:46:30 PM
Actually it is on the left from the moons possition, the distance between the moon, and this object is about two street blocks apart, and this planet, or star is huge.
OK, now I am appr. 32* 115  can you give me an appr. on your location?
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 30, 2011, 03:49:04 PM
Between 4am-5am eastern time.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Lori on January 30, 2011, 03:50:30 PM
Heres our location approx.

34°8′50″N  84°56′11″W  
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 30, 2011, 03:59:49 PM
I want to share with everyone that I took this photo a couple of day's ago, and that I am now posting them for the first time.
I have many more, of this particular planet, or star which I will post to you as soon as I shrink them a bit.
thank you dearly for your precious time.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on January 30, 2011, 04:04:09 PM
Gemunis do you have your appr. location? Would like to see more of your pics also. Thanks
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 30, 2011, 04:38:34 PM
Please take the time to look at the rest of these photos, taken on different dates.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Alfred Williams on January 30, 2011, 07:59:41 PM
Fantastic pictures. I am wanting to see more and when and where was this observed
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on January 30, 2011, 09:21:18 PM
GEMUNIS thanks for posting these photos. Wow!
Question: To the naked eye how does it look - is it a dull red? Does it appear larger than most objects and is it bright?
I was also up early looking - sometimes I see "my" object over farther south of SE, at least two hands high... more of a bluish bright object though.
Today I was out there about 6:45 AM and it was well above and to the south of the small waning crescent moon. It was above the moon at about a 50 degree angle.
Well I know, a picture is worth a thousand words. A couple of the guys here are saying post the photo so I will try to do that.
I suppose you may know I am pretty far south, 28°5′2″N 82°45′14″W.
Please keep coming back to the forum, we need your imput ...
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on January 30, 2011, 09:24:34 PM
GEMINUS  can you please post these photos also over in this Topic:
Legitimate Pictures and Movies

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,1414.0.html

Thanks,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on January 31, 2011, 03:53:55 AM
I will do my best in the days to come, thank you for taken the time to observe these photos.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on January 31, 2011, 06:16:46 AM
I will do my best in the days to come, thank you for taken the time to observe these photos.

Thanks for your observations and photos - we appreciate them.
BTW it is OK you posted them here...
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on February 04, 2011, 05:32:08 AM
Dear members,
I am noticing with a little bit of research, and detailed observation, that this red object is begining to look more like-either a (Super Nova), or a (Black Hole).

If this is the case then it is easier to understand why the floods in Australia, China, Pakistan, India, Russia's (Heatwave), Chile's Axis, (Pole Shift), (Turkeys Mudslides), the death of Birds, and Fish in america, along with many other's including Brazil, are suffuring these events.

If the (Red Object) in the photos, is a (Super Nova), Beings so close to earth at it is;  it's gravitational magnetic pull, would have the effects on earth, that it has on the earth for the past four , to five year's, but only stronger this past year , because it appears to be leaning closer to the earth,.
It's effects to the earth, would be like a magnet to a (Meteorite), which because of it's nickle, and iron composition, would slowly pull the earth atmosphere  towards it causing catastrophic mayhem as it has so far.
Basically the (Super Nova), or (Black Hole) will act as a vacum cleaner to anything close to it.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Lori on February 04, 2011, 06:15:06 AM
What kind of camera did you use to get the pictures?
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on February 04, 2011, 07:22:39 AM
GEMUNIS, these days seems that anything is possible until proven otherwise. Thanks for your insight on this.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on February 04, 2011, 07:42:36 AM
I will do my best in the days to come, thank you for taken the time to observe these photos.

Update thank you for posting your photos over there too.  ;)
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: GEMUNIS on February 06, 2011, 10:55:47 AM
Dear Planet X team members,
I put a model together to explain in theory, how the object In the photos I posted, might behave.
Please take your time, to observe this demonstration, to see if you can par-take in my observations.
In the photo's I am sending, you could see the simulated model I created behaves very much Like the possible black hole I took pictures of.
You can see where the (Pull) begins, Where it (Spirals), and where it (Peaks).
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: ASEEKERTOO on February 06, 2011, 11:12:35 AM
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Dear Planet X team members,
I put a model together to explain in theory, how the object I posted  photo's of might behave.
Please take your time, to observe this demonstration, to see if you can par-take in my observations.
In the photo's I am sending, you could see the simulated model I created behaves very much Like the possible black hole I took pictures of. You can see where the (Pull) begins, Where it (Spirals), and where it (Peaks).
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Hi Geminus,
I sure as heck can't fault anyone for being Analytical ! Black holes can spin and any visible light spectrum
in a photograph would be the material around a black hole in interaction with the event horizon. It is a good
question if what you postulate is actually happening around the object in question. If anything like that is
around us in the solar system then Gravity Interaction; Magnetic interaction, and Infrared energy would be
our biggest concern. [other effects too....]
I am longworded by nature so don't EVEN get me started on the myraid properties of a black hole lol.
Hey, get a wideview shot of the object you are taking pictures of if possible.
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Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: TheSwordOfDemocles on June 03, 2011, 05:10:54 AM
Lol......I thought I was the only one. I recognised some time ago things were not right with the world, my curiosity was actually sparked by the global warming debate. Someone noticed that the planets in the solar system were warming as well, and that got my attention. Since that time I have been searching for the truth.

My wife is on side on this but we try to keep a level of scepticism in our research, because sometimes it is hard to believe what might be coming. Good solid reliable information is hard to come by, it is like a giant jig saw puzzle with pieces missing.

It is near damn impossible to talk to people we know about the possibilities for the future without sounding a tad bonkers. Sometimes when talking to my wife about something I came across on the net I become self conscious and physically look around to make sure no one else is listening. Don't get me wrong I have tried on a number of occasions to bring the subject up with people I know, but all I get is a sideways look: they think I'm taking the Micky. All I do now is subtly plant the seed by saying "do you know about this comet coming in later this year?" if they get curious I elaborate in a low key way, hoping it might spark some natural curiosity to go and do some of their own research. But most are too absorbed in the trials and tribulations of every day life, a dooms day comet is the last thing they need!!

I truly hope this is a false dawn event, but things seem to have accelerated this year and I'm really starting to get a little nervous.

So my friend you are not alone............................ maybe it's a sign of sanity to question your own madness
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Montanabarb on June 03, 2011, 07:41:35 AM
Lol......I thought I was the only one. I recognised some time ago things were not right with the world, my curiosity was actually sparked by the global warming debate. Someone noticed that the planets in the solar system were warming as well, and that got my attention. Since that time I have been searching for the truth.

My wife is on side on this but we try to keep a level of scepticism in our research, because sometimes it is hard to believe what might be coming. Good solid reliable information is hard to come by, it is like a giant jig saw puzzle with pieces missing.

It is near damn impossible to talk to people we know about the possibilities for the future without sounding a tad bonkers. Sometimes when talking to my wife about something I came across on the net I become self conscious and physically look around to make sure no one else is listening. Don't get me wrong I have tried on a number of occasions to bring the subject up with people I know, but all I get is a sideways look: they think I'm taking the Micky. All I do now is subtly plant the seed by saying "do you know about this comet coming in later this year?" if they get curious I elaborate in a low key way, hoping it might spark some natural curiosity to go and do some of their own research. But most are too absorbed in the trials and tribulations of every day life, a dooms day comet is the last thing they need!!

I truly hope this is a false dawn event, but things seem to have accelerated this year and I'm really starting to get a little nervous.

So my friend you are not alone............................ maybe it's a sign of sanity to question your own madness


Hey Sword:  What you said really resonates with me!  Although my husband and are reaching the stage where we can freely discuss our plans and preps (after years of me doing a little minuet around him on these issues) I have more than 25 other people in my extended family to influence, not to mention very good friends who are--apparently--clueless.  In conversations, I still get a feeling that I'm holding a dangerous secret and that I'm almost living two lives. I think that what is emerging as my most prevalent fear is people's anxiety levels.  As more and more become aware that "Something is not quite right" with the world, they usually have one of two reactions. First reaction, denial and rejection. They walk away shaking their heads, change the channel, click to another website or post some drivel on Facebook. Second, and rapidly becoming more common, they get loudly and abusively angry.  Nothing is too scathing and insulting for them to say, even if the giver of information is a good friend. These are the folks that I will be most wary of, because they are only going to get angrier and more violent, as they learn how they have been lied to all their lives, and how nothing is the way they were taught to believe.  Woe to those who are within their target sights when the SHTF.

On the other hand, perhaps the people who I feared were clueless may be waking up and seriously in need of information. We have to be alert and discerning. The biggest problem: We're about out of time.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: wanderer on June 04, 2011, 11:18:25 PM
Delusional,maybe,but I would rather do what I feel in my gut is right and be wrong(Lord I hope) than go against my feelings and be right(very bad situation). The only person that can or will make that decision is me,myself,and I. Now,I've been wrong before(insert A lot).However, I have never ever had a feeling this persistent(5yrs) that I need to be somewhere else but here.               Lord I hope I'm Delusional.Robert :-\
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Urizen on June 07, 2011, 02:35:53 PM
I actually asked God this question today.

I think it's important, as we continue to research, and prepare, to keep asking these types of questions; Am I crazy? Am I seeing shadow puppets? Are all of these things figments of my imagination?

We keep ourselves grounded by questioning whatever we see and hear, so we don't fall for disinformation.

At the same time, we need to have faith in ourselves and remember it's better to plan for the worst than to never have planned or prepped at all.
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Toscan on June 08, 2011, 09:01:14 AM
I learnt very quickly that this should only be discussed with people who share this same opinion. Main thing is to be ready.

Look at my example, already started to take flying lessons on a Cessna and bought an enough powerful car to move around. Already have written down my destination in the case of worst scénario. I'm making a point of being as close as possible of my family . My wife just gave birth to our wonderful daughter, it is very hard for me to seat quiet and wait to see the end and not be prepared.

My main hope is that nothing will happen !! If ever all this is true may god be with us and help us to go through this, not only prayers will help but also awareness, faith, confidence and preparation of what is to come.

Lets just remember the epics of Gilgamesh and Noah. The only difference is that we are legion of people aware
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on June 08, 2011, 10:19:15 AM
I learnt very quickly that this should only be discussed with people who share this same opinion. Main thing is to be ready.

Look at my example, already started to take flying lessons on a Cessna and bought an enough powerful car to move around. Already have written down my destination in the case of worst scénario. I'm making a point of being as close as possible of my family . My wife just gave birth to our wonderful daughter, it is very hard for me to seat quiet and wait to see the end and not be prepared.

My main hope is that nothing will happen !! If ever all this is true may god be with us and help us to go through this, not only prayers will help but also awareness, faith, confidence and preparation of what is to come.

Lets just remember the epics of Gilgamesh and Noah. The only difference is that we are legion of people aware

Toscan, again, welcome - and thanks for sharing your thoughts and ideas.
I feel you are right - besides prayers and other spiritual preparations, it is right to be preparing with practical plans and materials.

RE the ancient stories of deluges and arks:
Here's another one, which I had not heard of until a few years ago.
"A worthy man," Izdupar is told the very ancient story of the deluge... My opinion: I believe that deluge went back way earlier than
the deluge experienced by the ancient Jews and Chaldeans.  Even in the ancient tablets, the events described were considered the
(very) far distant past. I will have to reread it but I think Mr. George Smith archaologist did say that.  Opinion: "Cory's Fragments"
might have been describing a crossover two previous to the one which we feel is coming up, over 8,000 years ago.
-8788 approximately, a guess based upon the 3600 - year cycles of Planet X.
   
http://www.sacred-texts.com/ane/chad/chad.htm

A Topic on all this,
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=605.0

Joe Montanna  Learning from Ancient Cataclysms

Noah's AND OTHERS' ANCIENT ARKS  Started by Yowbarb
...

Regardless, these ancient stories of the deluge are fascinating particularly since they describe the arks built for survival.
..
Well, I hope this is not too lengthy,

Tuscan,  :) we wish you all the luck and safety for yourself and your wonderful family; this is the main point,

Yowbarb
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Texasborn on June 12, 2011, 05:23:14 PM
 :-\ my wife even thinks I'm freaking crazy so far I have asked good friends to check out all the info and they won't take my calls now.   You want to save everyone but several friends said they would sit in front yard have a beer and watch the show.   Although I understand why one might have that attitude I am not willing to go gentle into that goodnight.   I am quietly preparing for bug out to higher ground.

Please help my sanity

Texasborn
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on June 12, 2011, 06:00:56 PM
:-\ my wife even thinks I'm freaking crazy so far I have asked good friends to check out all the info and they won't take my calls now.   You want to save everyone but several friends said they would sit in front yard have a beer and watch the show.   Although I understand why one might have that attitude I am not willing to go gentle into that goodnight.   I am quietly preparing for bug out to higher ground.

Please help my sanity

Texasborn
Texasborn, we can't possibly force our beliefs on those unwilling to listen, you might start by simply bringing up the earth/weather changes you are seeing, if they do not notice them as well, as my hubby does not, then drop the subject and continue with your planning. Pushing just makes it harder and does you no good when you need to focus your energies on prepping. Hard as it is to lose a friend that will happen if we push too hard.

 
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: terrypat on June 12, 2011, 07:45:58 PM
Cognitive dissonance is a subtle foe for sure. I am focusing on the journey & not the destination. 1 day at a time like in the recovery movements. Recovery from astral catastrofisim ? After watching the George Kavasillas vids I feel more content. As George states: Be aligned with Mother Earth. We are on her team ! The veil will be lifted right on schedule for all of us. GOD don't wear a Rolex ! or Timex depending on your concept. I may suggest : "The Power of Intention" Dr. Wayne Dyer for those in need of some self encouragement. PCENLUV
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: 1969quartz0 on June 12, 2011, 08:22:10 PM
Welcome terrypat
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on June 12, 2011, 09:06:42 PM
terrypat Welcome to Town Hall glad you are here. Enjoyed your post also.

Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Schi-502 on August 23, 2011, 02:00:10 PM
YES!
And so does my family!

I have always tried to NOY say anything unless I was prepared to defend my position.  While I have succeeded in doing so the family and friends have chosen to not verify my statements and have instead jumped right to, You're nuts.  They have filled in information I had not provided to situations that have NOTdeveloped.  ie.,  I prep'd for Y2K by having food, water and paper products in abundance.  The family believes I said the world was going to end.  I now have Bug Out Bags in all vehicles.  The family believes I think the world is going to end.

One, not a one of them has ever been in the military, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts (Girl Scouts included) or in a "team like" preparedness event.
Two, These are adults (50 & 40, 45 & 44, 28 & 27 year olds, grouped in family units).  And my 60 year old wife.
Three, I'm a member of my cities VCERT (Community Emergency Response Team), A Navy vet, Viet Nam era vet, Boy Scout, Cub Scout and First born male child in a family with three kids.  (This is only important in that I have always been in a "better be ready for anything" role.  I'm the son of a Marine, Firefighter, Union President, Labor leader.  (The last two are not braggable positions).

When I question myself about what others are saying about conditions or possible events I go back to "multiple source fact checking" and then sit down and shut up.

I've done all I can do.

Mark
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on August 23, 2011, 02:21:44 PM
YES!
And so does my family!

I have always tried to NOY say anything unless I was prepared to defend my position.  While I have succeeded in doing so the family and friends have chosen to not verify my statements and have instead jumped right to, You're nuts.  They have filled in information I had not provided to situations that have NOTdeveloped.  ie.,  I prep'd for Y2K by having food, water and paper products in abundance.  The family believes I said the world was going to end.  I now have Bug Out Bags in all vehicles.  The family believes I think the world is going to end.

One, not a one of them has ever been in the military, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts (Girl Scouts included) or in a "team like" preparedness event.
Two, These are adults (50 & 40, 45 & 44, 28 & 27 year olds, grouped in family units).  And my 60 year old wife.
Three, I'm a member of my cities VCERT (Community Emergency Response Team), A Navy vet, Viet Nam era vet, Boy Scout, Cub Scout and First born male child in a family with three kids.  (This is only important in that I have always been in a "better be ready for anything" role.  I'm the son of a Marine, Firefighter, Union President, Labor leader.  (The last two are not braggable positions).

When I question myself about what others are saying about conditions or possible events I go back to "multiple source fact checking" and then sit down and shut up.

I've done all I can do.

Mark


Mark it sounds like you have done all you can do. One thing people need to know is, even if "all that happens" is a big event during the 2012 SOLAR MAXIMUM, that alone is reason to prepare.
There is no harm in preparing.
We all wish you the best of luck... I have learned from experience the alpha ones who
should lead are not always followed...
Maybe some kind of competitiveness, attempted nullification of the strong.
Well you just stay strong,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Schi-502 on August 23, 2011, 08:19:20 PM
Thanks Yowbarb.  This site is in and of itself a great release!

Mark
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: JKB on August 23, 2011, 10:02:11 PM
:-\ my wife even thinks I'm freaking crazy so far I have asked good friends to check out all the info and they won't take my calls now.   You want to save everyone but several friends said they would sit in front yard have a beer and watch the show.   Although I understand why one might have that attitude I am not willing to go gentle into that goodnight.   I am quietly preparing for bug out to higher ground.

Please help my sanity

Texasborn

Greeting from a fellow displaced Texan,

I realize this post is a few months old, but...  I know you want to save everyone because I would like to save everyone.  I started down this road a couple of years ago and, at least for me, it has been a process.  When I first became aware, I had an innate sense that I should keep it to myself, at least for the time being, lest everyone I know react the same way you have described.  I absolutely knew that everyone I talked to would think I had lost my freakin' mind.  (I am also in the military)  So, I turned to investing as much time as possible to further research on the topic.  I wasn't even sure that I believed in the beginning, so, how could I possibly present my findings to someone else with any confidence whatsoever?  Over time, I became more sure and therefore, more confident, in my belief.  I have had marginal success within my own family to date.  I have actually had much better success with the men and women I serve with merely by making infrequent comments regarding actual occurrences.  Over time, they started coming to me with an open mind and the opportunity presented itself.  I just had a conversation with my Mother the other day regarding our sleeping family...  I presently believe that I "woke up" when I did, all alone, for a reason.  My Mother woke up when she did for a reason.  Some other family woke up on their own and we have since been able to talk on a small level.  I don't think think that rest of my family would accept the truth at this time, and, I am not sure that it is my place to force it on them.  It is not that I am afraid to confront them, it is just that I know my family and I don't see anything good coming from that right now.  I do strongly believe two things regarding the future of this... (1)  Some really big events are coming soon that will open everyone's eyes and they will still have some time, and, (2) It is entirely possible that it is not my place to try and force their awakening.  They should be afforded the opportunity to wake up on their own, in their time, when it is supposed to happen.  In either case, when this thing starts getting really hairy, and it will, I am sure my family will hop in my truck when I pull up whether they are awake or not.  So...  I hope that helps and I hope you don't think that I am delusional.  I wish you the best and hope this helps.  Peace.

JKB
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on August 24, 2011, 03:06:43 AM
Thanks Yowbarb.  This site is in and of itself a great release!

Mark

 :)
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on August 24, 2011, 03:09:38 AM
:-\ my wife even thinks I'm freaking crazy so far I have asked good friends to check out all the info and they won't take my calls now.   You want to save everyone but several friends said they would sit in front yard have a beer and watch the show.   Although I understand why one might have that attitude I am not willing to go gentle into that goodnight.   I am quietly preparing for bug out to higher ground.

Please help my sanity

Texasborn

Texasborn we have not heard from you in awhile... How's it going?
Wishing you the best with your preparations,
Barbara Lou Townsend
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: brokeasajoker on August 24, 2011, 11:09:14 AM
I have been told by my shrink and state shrink that i am a little Delusional among paranoid, and few others. In my thots we are all a little off- most just never admit it. I think thats what makes us different, and helps decide our personalitys. The world needs people like us....just think they thot einstein was nuts for awhile. So yes i do oftentimes think myself delusional with a smile and hope i always will be.
    Vern
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: noproblemo2 on August 24, 2011, 11:14:08 AM
Vern, Thank you for sharing that.
I have been told by my shrink and state shrink that i am a little Delusional among paranoid, and few others. In my thots we are all a little off- most just never admit it. I think thats what makes us different, and helps decide our personalitys. The world needs people like us....just think they thot einstein was nuts for awhile. So yes i do oftentimes think myself delusional with a smile and hope i always will be.
    Vern
Title: Re: Do you ever think to yourself, "am I delusional?"
Post by: Yowbarb on August 24, 2011, 02:00:02 PM
Greeting from a fellow displaced Texan,

I realize this post is a few months old, but...  I know you want to save everyone because I would like to save everyone.  I started down this road a couple of years ago and, at least for me, it has been a process.  When I first became aware, I had an innate sense that I should keep it to myself, at least for the time being, lest everyone I know react the same way you have described.  I absolutely knew that everyone I talked to would think I had lost my freakin' mind.  (I am also in the military)  So, I turned to investing as much time as possible to further research on the topic.  I wasn't even sure that I believed in the beginning, so, how could I possibly present my findings to someone else with any confidence whatsoever?  Over time, I became more sure and therefore, more confident, in my belief.  I have had marginal success within my own family to date.  I have actually had much better success with the men and women I serve with merely by making infrequent comments regarding actual occurrences.  Over time, they started coming to me with an open mind and the opportunity presented itself.  I just had a conversation with my Mother the other day regarding our sleeping family...  I presently believe that I "woke up" when I did, all alone, for a reason.  My Mother woke up when she did for a reason.  Some other family woke up on their own and we have since been able to talk on a small level.  I don't think think that rest of my family would accept the truth at this time, and, I am not sure that it is my place to force it on them.  It is not that I am afraid to confront them, it is just that I know my family and I don't see anything good coming from that right now.  I do strongly believe two things regarding the future of this... (1)  Some really big events are coming soon that will open everyone's eyes and they will still have some time, and, (2) It is entirely possible that it is not my place to try and force their awakening.  They should be afforded the opportunity to wake up on their own, in their time, when it is supposed to happen.  In either case, when this thing starts getting really hairy, and it will, I am sure my family will hop in my truck when I pull up whether they are awake or not.  So...  I hope that helps and I hope you don't think that I am delusional.  I wish you the best and hope this helps.  Peace.

JKB


Hi JKB I just wanted to acknowledge all you are going through. Looks like progress...
 :)

Yowbarb