I disagree that the HCPs are only as strong as humans allow them to be.
They and their plans are HIDDEN from humans. How do you defend yourself from something that is hidden?
Totally agree with you , Lorri
We allow their agents to operate and influence us
Yes indeed, we do, some of us but not all.
Hidden from most humans, not all. They're not hidden from this website's readers.
We know of the HCP's existence, but not WHO they are. We can never know everything they do.
I don't know how we can stop them. No idea.
It seems the Shift is the only thing that will stop them.
@Lorri: Have a look at this clip voicing our friend JP… Encouraging 👍🏻😊
The doom & gloom are NOT INCOMPATIBLE with what JP Sears is saying. This comedian is an EXCELLENT example of what I mean when I say, almost everybody is in the center. The center is large and round and has many points inside its big circle. We can move around the outside perimeter or turn the circle from the inside, without changing the arrangements of anything it contains, and instantly that movement changes what is "left" and "right" which a circle doesn't have anyway.
Nevertheless, we are coached, encouraged and pushed to see nearly everything as being either the one or the other. That is BULLSHIT.
JP Sears lives in Texas by the way, so I'm probably biased, maybe unfairly? Nah, no I'm not. His message is right on: human freedom is what makes us human.
Very well said, Patrick, and nah, you're not biased, you're spot on, as always! Take care, thank you for everything, especially for your relentless endeavour of reminding us that we are what we think we are...
I guess anyone who buys a new car right now will never get the full life out of it.
I'm having a hard time imagining how stuff is going to get done once gas is impossible to get. For instance, I live closer to a grocery store right now than I have in years, but it would still be a longggggggggggggg walk in the freezing cold to get there without a car. And you could only buy as much as you can carry, which isn't enough to get through a week even.
How will people get workers to come do major repairs or replace appliances in their houses if gas is impossible to come by?
How will we get to doctors?
Gasoline or "petrol" in the USA won't be so hard to come by, but it will get very expensive, adding a lot more fuel to the inflation fire.
A new car buyer today might get a decade out of it, maybe a little more but paying high prices for much of that time and not driving as much.
Some countries like the USA, Canada, Russia and Venezuela have abundant crude oil, others such as New Zealand have to import all crude oil. Obviously, nations which rely upon imported feedstocks or refined product are going to be in a more precarious situation. Texas is floating on crude oil and refining capacity, politicians better hope it doesn't become The Lone Star Republic.
This is totally me....this describes me to the letter!
Q: What is causing the decline in birth?
C: The apparent initial cause would seem to be low marriage rates, however this is true, especially in the industrialized nations. The movement which seeks to empower women has placed career achievement and independence from males, as a priority above motherhood. Motherhood is still generally viewed as nice but it is lower on the list. This is the apparent cause however an energetic cause also exists, which human scientific methods cannot detect or measure.
Well, current thinking is that parents who don't encourage their daughters to learn an occupation that will provide a safety net in case their future husbands turn out to be some combination of crazy/abusive, are negligent parents. Even good husbands can die.
And are those parents wrong?
Without a way to earn a decent living, you have no way out and you and your children suffer.
There is a long standing trend that as countries get more wealthy, the birth rate declines. Japan has had a declining birth rate, and declining population for decades. The US population would be declining if not for immigration. Great book - The Empty Cradle talks about why birth rates decline, and the long term social and economic impact of declining populations. It's not pretty.
China is scary - they are getting old before they got rich - supporting the older population will be a huge stain on the younger population.
Our current world sounds so much like the doomed Mouse Utopia experiment. The mice quit reproducing due to overpopulation, even though all their needs were met. Even the behavior described in the experiment has parallels to our society. Looks like they even developed male mice incel troublemakers and female mice singletons just like humans of today.
“There could be no escape from the behavioral consequences of rising population density,” Calhoun wrote in an early paper. Even Universe 25 — the biggest, best mousetopia of all, built after a quarter century of research — failed to break this pattern.
In late October, the first litter of mouse pups was born. After that, the population doubled every two months — 20 mice, then 40, then 80. The babies grew up and had babies of their own. Families became dynasties, carving out and holding down the best in-cage real estate.
By August of 1969, the population numbered 620. Then, as always, things took a turn. Such rapid growth put too much pressure on the mouse way of life.
As new generations reached adulthood, many couldn’t find mates, or places in the social order — the mouse equivalent of a spouse and a job. Spinster females retreated to high-up nesting boxes, where they lived alone, far from the family neighborhoods. Washed-up males gathered in the center of the Universe, near the food, where they fretted, languished, and attacked each other.
Meanwhile, overextended mouse moms and dads began moving nests constantly to avoid their unsavory neighbors. They also took their stress out on their babies, kicking them out of the nest too early, or even losing them during moves.
Population growth slowed way down again. Most of the adolescent mice retreated even further from societal expectations, spending all their time eating, drinking, sleeping and grooming, and refusing to fight or to even attempt to mate. (These individuals were forever changed—when Calhoun’s colleague attempted to transplant some of them to more normal situations, they didn’t remember how to do anything.)
In May of 1970, just under 2 years into the study, the last baby was born, and the population entered a swan dive of perpetual senescence. It’s unclear exactly when the last resident of Universe 25 perished, but it was probably sometime in 1973.
Paradise couldn’t even last half a decade."
@ Rob: Same thing in the USA, with an increasing average age, the same pressure is coming to bear. I like your use of the word "stain" possibly you meant "strain" but some people see the elderly and their cost as a stain. At my age, I already wonder how I will be perceived over the next twenty years, as I become elderly. Official senior citizenship for me is only a few years ahead.
@ Lorri: That was interesting. The mouse behavior sounds just the USA, with one big difference the US population is declining, but for immigrants and illegal aliens.
This is fantastic! Thank you, @ Patrick and The Committee!
I didn’t get a chance to ask a question, mainly because I didn’t think of one, LOL!
But seeing all the questions has inspired me to bring up recent political developments, and if the Committee wants to comment on this it would be great but if not no worries. There has been an incredibly obvious narrative shift going on in the media which I noticed started on Sunday. It’s as if the elites are backtracking, or they are back peddling or something we are not fully aware of but we can see the effects in the media.
An example, on Sunday, the Danish press gave a conference blaming their government for keeping them in the dark over the real Covid numbers. Almost as if they’re washing their hands from something they know is coming down the pipeline. Of course they are part of the problem. But it gives me the impression that the elite are scrambling for cover. Never seen anything like it.
Similar things are happening in the US and in the UK and possibly even Australia. Perhaps it’s happening in other places as well but there are only so many news channels I can watch on YouTube, LOL!
Would the Committee, and anyone, like to comment on or add to this?
Question: Is the press "...blaming their government for keeping them in the dark over the real Covid numbers."
The Committee replies: "Governments exist to keep the citizenry in the dark. This is what the citizen creators want and is why it happens. When the complaining press and the readership realize they are complicit in this game, the game can be changed.
What is happening at the moment regarding the case rates, is not more than the latest ebb & flow, up & down, left & right, over & back that forms part of the greater process.
Who among humans should be responsible for gathering and reporting information when such events occur? So you can see how this creates the opportunity for manipulation and it is being done, have zero doubt we say."
Thank you, Patrick, for fishing out my comments and saving them here :) And thanks to The Committee for fishing out the question!
Okay, so this recently dramatic narrative shift is just part of the ebb and flow, hide and seek game. And, they will all revert to the hiding side of the game shortly.
I did hear someone recently say, "What is the CDC doing? It all started with Trump." (as if this new narrative was messing up her line of argument to keep blaming Trump for everything. In other words, the NPCs want to keep their anxiety attached to Trump so the CDC must return to the party line PDQ.) Sigh.
The hopeful side of me had imagined there was a genuine breakthrough in getting the truth out about all the lies and manipulation. That Rand Paul would succeed in getting Fauci to at least resign. That the media would start to do their job. But no. The elite will go back to their normal ways soon enough, not having learned a damn thing, and it'll be business as usual.
Transparency is just too much to wish for. I'll have to downgrade my expectations.
oh, I just wrote out a question but it got caught in moderation because I might have gotten the captcha wrong. Darn!
I tried submitting a couple of different comments but it keeps getting stuck in moderation waiting for approval. Might be because I had my VPN on or maybe it’s because I didn’t get the captcha right. Not sure. But there are a couple of my comments and questions in moderation. Maybe they will make it out. :)
Third try posting. This time without the VPN. Maybe this comment will make it past the moderation. If so, FYI, I made a long comment/question that is waiting in moderation for approval and maybe it will make it onto this board at some point :-)
Yes! It was the VPN!
Patrick and The Committee, thank you very much for this great set of answers and collecting all of the questions. It really inspired me :)
Thanks for mentioning the difficulty posting comments. Indeed I went to the comments section and several messages were held captive as "spam". I do not apply moderation but the ISP and/or webhost apparently do.
I will have to make a mental note to check that. I never have until now. Thank you, Anne.
Excellent - thanks for the info Patrick and TC!
Maybe we can ask some questions that would generate some good news for a change. The next 2/3 decades just sounds so fucking miserable. Excuse my French.
I once asked an old colleague and good friend I had, originally from Canada, about the saying "excuse my French" used before or after "adult" words. He told me, Canadians probably invented that and, being a native speaker of French himself, he said it was fine, as long as the word(s) in question are from English!
That's interesting. I don't speak French! Excuse my Japanese (Nihongo)!!! This language I speak fluently.
Would TC recommend us to buy gold now as an inflation hedge (hold time period within next 5 years)? Or will gold suck as an investment or inflation hedge also?
In other words, will The Committee forecast the price of gold?
Answer from them:
"Gold has two uses, industrial and decorative. Its value derives from its nearly absolute resistance to oxidation. Nearly any alloy mixed with a small percentage of gold will not rust or tarnish. Other substances share this quality, such as rhodium and platinum. The advantage of gold is color. If mixed with copper, it will produce a pink alloy.
As industrial uses of gold reduce, economic decline will likewise reduce demand for decorative gold, such as jewelry and its price will fall also.
If gold is purchased as protection against currency inflation, we suggest it be sold before economic indicators turn negative, just after the second oil shock occurs. Bear in mind you are taking advantage of the buyer who purchases it from you, for s/he does not know what you do."
"Bear in mind you are taking advantage of the buyer who purchases it from you, for s/he does not know what you do." This part I don't like, makes me think twice of such an investment, perhaps don't buy physical gold but buy the exchange traded fund GLD instead. Hmmm ... we'd be screwing over the wall street market maker but ... would this really be considered taking advantage of somebody when it's a big wall street bank? I think I'm fine with this. For everybody, ticker symbol GLD is an exchange traded fund which holds gold assets and you can purchase shares of this like a stock. All you need is a basic stock brokerage account. Buy or trade at your own risk!!!
So the suggestion is that fiat currency will have greater value than gold? If not, what would you sell gold for? Would gold and silver not act as a transitory bridge to whatever would come next? Or will we be dumped into a dystopian world immediately after the second oil shock where barter and trade of hoarded goods will be the currency?
@ FTBH: "So the suggestion is that fiat currency will have greater value than gold?"
Gold will cost a buyer and give a seller a certain amount of something, probably money. How much will that money "buy" thus "be worth" is decided at the time of the transaction.
Financial changes will occur over time, there isn't going to be a dystopian dump, as exciting and frightening as that would be, for either the eager of the fearful.
Bear in mind what will happen: (and is already being seen now) just because a potential buyer has money and s/he is accustomed to a product being available for purchase, doesn't mean it is. As economic changes progress, many products and services will be withdrawn, no longer be available no matter what a buyer offers. The default value now, is: there is an alternative or a replacement. Manual typewriters gave way to electric ones which then disappeared. No problem, printers replaced them.
What will happen is the product or service fades away and no alternatives or replacements appear? Few people expect this, fewer among us would handle that well.
Barter and trade of hoarded goods can and will happen to a certain extent, as consumer confidence and trust in money dwindles. I lived this experience personally in 30% prince inflation per month Brazil. That means prices increase across the board, about 23 times in one year; what costs $10 now can cost $200-250 in December.
I remember a movie from long ago about a married couple facing sudden expenses, whose chicken laid a solid gold egg. The woman took it to the bank and tried to make a deposit into her bank account with it. (A solid gold egg could weigh almost 1½ kg, about 3 pounds! It would also be worth about U$D 75,000) Obviously the bank refused it, telling her she had to sell it and bring back money
How much food can and is a hungry family going to want or get for a golden egg, when few if any sellers will accept money?
Thanks for the clarification. Makes sense. A dystopian dump sounds fun but only if there are zombies involved.
Very interesting answers but as predicted, very gloomy. Its up to anyone to decide what information resonates. I prefer a more optimistic take but I am still equally grateful for the free information provided.
The prediction in the last question & answer of the post has just happened. It isn't all doom & gloom. 😊
Yes Patrick very spot on by TC. Shame it didnt include healthcare workers.
I hope and pray for justice and disclosure regarding beer bug.
Beer bug is a nickname for the corona virus? 🍺🐞
Corona is a well known beer
And a virus could be consudered a pest, or a bug.
Beer bug is the prettiest nikcname I ever heard of fo that little devil ;)
I don't necessarily see it as doom and gloom but rather a necessary and welcome change. In fact, I'm kind of looking forward to it. Let's get this party started.
I'm split in half on the doom and gloom.
Sure, we will get to a better world, but the upheavals are going to be very hard on a lot of people. For instance, the prediction about housing is that eventually as more people lose employment, banks will stop foreclosures because there will be few people to sell the house to.
But if you are not able to pay your mortgage in the early days of the Shift, you will probably lose your home.
I also worry about the proposition of living out all this upheaval in my elder years. I'm 63 now and I'm dealing with health issues already. So, it's scary for me.
Desire for predictable certainty, or a certain predictability, is a natural reaction used lately and recently against our collective interest in order to favor the hidden few. The best way to eradicate doom & gloom is NOT to fear it, but to embrace it. This rips authority away from manipulators.
Folks - the USA was on the verge of putting tens of millions of people out of work because they would NOT take experiential medicine. Think about that for a moment; the hidden powerful folks can print all the money they want, the effects NEVER reach them, they reach everyone else. So what the heck do they care? Tens of millions of newly unemployed people create millions and millions of compliant serfs.
S/he who comes offering a solution gains power, leverage and control. To what end?
@Lorri. That's my point. When the general population discovers that the government is unable or unwilling to help them during these hardships then individuals/small groups will take it upon themselves to help. Responsibility will now be local and not from some distant, taxpayer paid, invisible, government worker. I see that as extremely satisfying for all involved. And a welcome change.
I'm just worried about survival. I have lots of reasons to worry.
Personal conditions - it would be so easy to swamp my boat because of personal conditions.
Interesting statement you made re the predictability factor! I want to make sure I understand what you mean and dig into it a little further...
So, the elite are aware we (the general public) desire some level of predictability, and they exploit that, and then turn around and do something else for their own gain? Did I understand that right?
If so, their actions are creating geater anxiety in the population, though some conform, but a lot are feeling agitated, are protesting and some defy.
Are the elite wanting to create those types of reactions, because it benefits them?
But things can easily get out of control too.
I've never been a fearful person, but now I am. Within the last several months, I've developed major fear. It's so debilitating.
But if I were to list the conditions of my life, it would be understandable. You'd ask why I didn't development fear a lot sooner.
I'm even considering asking my doctor for a Valium prescription - something I never had any inclination to do before. The other day, I took the one Valium that was left over from an MRI and it helped.
I should add that we both have a case of raging flu in my household right now, so that colors my attitude too.
Questions through the QUESTIONS tab, ¡por favor!
1. So, the elite are aware we (the general public) desire some level of predictability, and they exploit that, and then turn around and do something else for their own gain? Did I understand that right?
2. If so, their actions are creating greater anxiety in the population, though some conform, but a lot are feeling agitated, are protesting and some defy.
3. Are the elite wanting to create those types of reactions, because it benefits them?
4. But things can easily get out of control too.
NO, THINGS ALMOST NEVER GET OUT OF CONTROL FOR THE HIDDEN CONTROLLING POWERS. EVERY SCENARIO IS EXPLORED, PLANS READY & WAITING MADE TO EXPLOIT THEM FOR GAIN. HUMANS ARE QUITE PREDICTABLE, TRAINABLE & COACHABLE. NOT EVERYBODY BUT MANY ARE, ENOUGH SO THAT HCP PLANS ALWAYS TURN OUT GOOD TO GREAT.
EXAMPLE: LAST USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - TENS OF MILLIONS OF VOTERS BELIEVED THE OVERALL DEAL WOULD IMPROVE AFTER GETTIING RID OF TRUMP. THESE VOTERS BELIEVED BIDEN WOULD BE AN IMPROVEMENT. BASED ON WHAT? MANY OTHER VOTERS DISAGREED, OFFERING AMPLE EVIDENCE NOT CONSIDERED BY THE "ANTI-TRUMP" VOTER.
TODAY WE CAN SEE HOW VOTERS WERE TRAINED & COACHED OVER A LONG PERIOD, TO VOTE BLANATLY AGAINST THEIR INTERESTS, BELIEVING THE OPPOSITE.
Thanks for clarifying and expanding on that!
“Questions through the QUESTIONS tab, ¡por favor!“
Sorry about that. Will do :))
Thats the attitude, Tom! But be careful what you wish for ).. I would tell everyone here I think we will need to learn how to pace ourselves through this...the most important deal for everyone is going to be to seek some kind of relief...my two cents...
May I summarise things to come (or not) in 2022:
(1) First Oil Crisis - caused by interruption to transportation in Persian Gulf, will subsides after a few months. Economy will decline after the First Oil Crisis.
(2) Death of QEII - throne will go to grandson rather than the crown prince;
(3) US Election - Republican to re-gain majority in Congress; and
(4) US Supreme Court will strike down vaccine mandate.
What will NOT happen in year 2022:
(1) Russia will not invade Ukraine;
(2) China will not invade Taiwan or anyone else;
(3) No big earthquake in Southern California (but it is coming soon);
(4) No global blackout; and
(5) Giant meteor will not hit planet Earth.
Not that I can change anything myself, but I am truly grateful for this knowledge, freely communicated by Patrick and the esteemed GAG.
I must have missed that. The queen is dying this year?
Yes. TC said that probably in 2020.
Point 4 already happened
One more to add to the 'will happen' list:
(5) Inflation to persist at 4% to 5%pa.
“What will NOT happen in year 2022:
(1) Russia will not invade Ukraine; “
The post about Russia and Ukraine is still up and available to be read again. I don’t consider your summary of that post as accurate. I suggest people read the source material themselves and not rely on others no matter how well meaning. I have similar disagreement with other portions of your list as well, but I’ll leave it at that.
BTW, I watched a video the other day by a man named Clif High wherein he mentioned Kazakhstan and his take on what’s going on there. Start at the 42:40 minute mark and just listen for about 2 1/2 minutes. What Clif High says about the Illuminati, Free Masons and secret societies (HCP) and KZ very interesting. And the timing also isn’t inconsistent with the goodbye message TC directed to the HCP not too long ago. Maybe Clif is on-to something. Here’s the link
The video called “Milioni di Strati WOO
Blessings to you and all.
From Wikipedia, En attendant Godot (Waiting for Godot), is a two-act play by Samuel Beckett in which two characters engage in a variety of discussions and encounters while awaiting the titular Godot, who never arrives.
I found this part particularly interesting. “Beckett has often stressed the strong unconscious impulses that partly control his writing; he has even spoken of being 'in a trance’ when he writes." Seems to me Beckett was channeling the work. And the other indication he was channeling this literary work was Beckett’s comment that he didn’t know any more information about the characters than what he had written.
Prior to searching for the meaning of “En attendant Godot” I wasn’t familiar with this two-act play, the writer or the definition of the word titular 🙂. This play has sparked many interpretations including the one about waiting for the return of Jesus.
Then coincidently on page 6 of the pdf there’s the question about Jesus’ return.
Tsunami hits Tonga:
2022 Predictions Channeling Jesus -
Lol, predictions, !!!!! Stay Tuned there's more " Shit sandwiches " to be eaten on Planet Earth AGAIN this year !!
Hunga Tonga Hunga coming to get you.
Listen to these 5 prophecies: https://youtu.be/sUhBSMYds9w?t=1402
There is talk of Hillary Clinton running against Trump in 2024. Will this become a reality? The committee had said several years ago, that she would fade into the background, but it's looking like she sees an opportunity , considering herself to be a being a better option that Harris. . What are her chances of facing the music regarding the Russian collusion hoax? Thanks Patrick and the committee
I sure hope it's Hillary v Trump, that's darn good popcorn material right there ! 😁
The Navy admits they are real. The time of pretending they are swamp gas is over.
There are 2 trillion galaxies in the universe, and counting. I think some credence can be given to some of these UFO mysteries.
A friend of mine had this theory that UFOs are glimpses of a parallel universe or dimension where earth is inhabited by a different race or species which is more advanced than us.
And another had this idea that we are sort of prisoners who don't know that we are prisoners by an alien race that feeds on our negative emotions like fear (sleep paralysis, for example).
I know, I have strange friends.
Maybe you're also the strange friend, and you visit strange websites, such as this one. Maybe the folks who might think you are strange? THEY ARE the strangers to reality who embrace illusion believing it is real, accusing you of THEIR misunderstanding.
@TH, Have you listened to Linda Moulton-Howe interview "Spartan I and Spartan II"? It's a fascinating account, even if it's rubbish.
I'm not sure which interview is at the link, as Linda had a few different ones staggered on her YT Channel. I want to be believe, and the backdrop of his story sounds plausible enough.
There is a haunting silence from Tonga. I hope it depends only from the shutdown of communications.
Dramatic video montage of Tonga volcano: "This Eruption Just Shook the World":
It seems that the casualties cconnected to the Tonga eruption will be at least in the hundreds, alas.
Two islands near the volcano got completely wiped out by the tsunami waves, that reached some 5 to 10 meters (15 to 30 feet) height. These two islands were inhabited by 50 to 60 people each, it seems.
Rescue ships are incoming from Australia and New Zeland, but I fear that it will be needed way more than a few ships to give a significant relief.
The Shift and Earth uphevals are beginning hitting hard, it seems.
I wonder which volcano will explode next
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