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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:14 pm

I can chronicle different walks I've had. I can do ones yet to come when they happen. I can characterize the different voices I've heard {maybe that would help me get a handle on if I'm a functional schizophrenic}. I'm ignorant or haven't payed attention to the street signs. The only thing ISS means to me is International Space Station. I have lots of questions, just like you guys. I do know it has nothing to do with remote viewing. There are different ways I can use Elsewhen and Otherwhere but remote viewing isn't one of them. There is also some of it that I just don't have the language for. It's like explaining breathing in all it's nuances. I lose myself in simile, metaphor and digression.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby SpiritTalker » Wed Nov 15, 2017 3:17 pm

Ok, I think I get it that your walks are multiple dimensional, and multiple time line, rather than tethered to 3-D limitations. As you were involved with special ops, that's almost a given any more, with the so-called secret this and secret that programs. Given your history, you had to be at least considered a candidate. So I'd expect possibility of periods of missing time, or dual time lines, and bleed through dual memory. Not that I'm well versed in these, I have awareness of a few instants of being in two places for the same time period with witnesses; and knowing things that are unfolding in 2017 that were told to me "out there" in 1971. And the play on 17 and 71 is a consciousness trigger. I think our brains have been observed to manage more than one place/time. Time is something we experience in this plane, and not necessarily in all.

I have a suspicion that my perceived alien abduction experiences beginning at age 4 are wackily related to my stupid Rh negative blood type flagging me, and that the times I had "special ed" speech classes from first to fifth grade were't just speech classes. When else could I get culled from the herd, in plain sight, other than during dream time? and that's loaded too. But this topic isn't about me. I'm just saying that I hear some under tones in what you say, PW.

Yeh, ISS = international space station. It's a favorite hang out.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:47 pm

Spirit, you're one of the few that follow. The first part of my association with special ops was just plain sharp end of the spear. I was well educated, They love that in the 75th regimental combat team. They like smart because the Tier One guys can't be everywhere. Also they're specialized to operate very small band, 6 -12 operators. You can't sneak anywhere and remain unseen with a big group in full equipment. As I type this I would not be surprised if there weren't 1/2 a dozen ops right this minute, and that's any minute anybody reads this. And nobody but them and the Pentagon know what their doing, including the nation they're in. They also appreciated that I'm crazy, good crazy, but crazy none the less. However, for something like my first combat drop, we Rangers are the best. When we hit Point Salines on Grenada there was a Company of hard core Cuban combat troops {veterans of the civil war in Angola}, a Company of Grenadian regulars and a couple platoons of volunteers {who basically ran like he!! on the first shots which was the best thing they could do because they weren't even 1/4 trained and they were under armed to boot. Seriously, there are more comfortable ways to commit suicide.} Two Russian BMP armoured cars manned by Cuban regulars, 8 - crew served Zu-23 AA guns. Dug into position. That's about 300 regulars with early warning radar up and running. For the first 1/2 hour, we had my platoon of 43 troopers, 4 men on a Ma deuce, 3 men on a 61mm mortar and 3 men on a Gustov AT rocket launcher. So that's 54 men covering a 7 man air force beacon/FAQ team and two PJ's { guys who had been rangers, had become paramedics then honed their craft with the Green Berets for about 6 months of training in a couple of Robin/Olds sessions in the back of beyond in the Appalachian Mts.}, They were the two toughest men on the field, hands down. We had two A-10 Wart Hogs for air cover. We flew out of Port Arthur, Barbados. The JTF had to stay below the horizon because of the early warning radar the Cubans had running until we kicked the door in at Salines and the Seals and Marines grabbed the airfield and main city on the other end of the island so the Cubans couldn't fly in reinforcements. Seals also dropped on the Governor's Mansion and radio station. The 325th/82nd were set to deploy through the 75th to get the College kids and professors evaced.. To do that effectively, they had to be able to come straight in on their C-130's without a paradrop.
Not to say there was any pressure on me to perform at my best but I was running a three ring circus that had to be on time. It was also the kind of situation that made LSD look like Tylenol. We were coming in twenty feet off the water, going like a bat out of he!! to stay under the radar, the Wart Hogs 15 minutes behind us. It was timed to hit at first light. The only ones who could see anything were the pilot and co-pilot of the Black Hawks with their night vision googles. The birds had to be blacked out. It was going to have to run right. It was us hitting them naked. No softening up with air power or naval bombardment. That would throw away surprise. That's what we were counting on to keep this from being a b!00d bath. It had to go us, the rest of Company A LANDING their Hawks off the JTF. No jump. The rest of 1st and 2nd Battalion jumping from C-130's so we had the whole RCT on the ground to clear and hold the Airfield open for the guys from the 82nd Airborne.
Now the LSD part. I was willingly going to drop out of a perfectly good helicopter, that wasn't on fire or anything. It was still mostly dark. It was going to go: Hawk pops up for the last 10 seconds of the run in to a bit over 400 feet. You jump out and hope that your chute opens, you don't break anything when you hit dirt, you hope the guy behind you don't drop on your head. Then you hope you don't get big holes blown through you because there are people with really bad attitudes and fire arms that you have just jumped into the middle of. They are very upset because you have just rudely inturrupted the last of their slumber, It's apparent there won't be time for them to eat breakfast and you are trying your best to shoot holes in them. It's then that things became very interesting for me. It was time to stop relaxing and as the saying goes,"Earn my pay".
One of my troopers was in a bad way in a bad place. A gust of wind had blown him onto that God's and Goddess' d@mned pool table top of a run way. "Hank" B...... got a hole drilled through him. That is not good. He was one of "my guys", I was as close to him as anybody, I would not ask one of my troopers to do something I wouldn't and I knew my guys were heads up and on the bounce. We were all down, the old man and the rest of the Company couldn't be to far out and I heard the Hogs ripping up Zu-23's. It was time I could play trooper myself. I dropped my carbine, pulled my M1911 automatic and let my sergeants get my back. I ran a zig zag to Hank and grabbed his collar and started dragging him toward the closest weapons pit that now held three very surprised Cubans because my sergeants had my back. A quick squad size attack came rolling up behind me and the Ma Deuce .50 cal started smacking things from the flank. Even though they were rattled one of them nailed me. Luckily it skidded around my pelvis and went through and through. It carried away a good size piece of meat and the hydro-shock busted a couple of ribs but I was close enough with enough adrenaline running through me that I made the pit with two Cubans dead and my automatic empty. The kid that was left didn't want to surrender and drew his combat knife. I wasn't in the mood to surrender either. I'm still here, Hank had a little girl named Danielle last I new with another on the way, back in the day. That kid was done in a way that was real up close and personal and I've wrestled with it on and off since. I think I've turned the corner on dealing with it. His face has stopped chasing me in my night mares any more. The rest is like they say, history. I guess this is OK to go here. It's "my great Saga", I said with a sheepish grin. I've never gone this far telling anybody this story. At least not in this detail. I guess I really am home. Thank you all for making me feel safe and for accepting my good things and bad. Thank you for letting me be a part of a caring community.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:01 am

Spirit, Had to take a break before I finished. I was a little wrung out when I got done with that part of the story of my life. Thank you. I know you carefully consider the outcomes of what you initiate and institute. With a non-screening Corpus Collosum I remember all of it. The best way I can frame it is that, we are in a mutually agreed upon construct that we call reality and now that eases communication on a verbal level. E=MC2 people. Energy is time free. It can be changed. It is not created or destroyed. Now is a fantasy. It is a mutually agreed upon location of physical space that is different for each entity. NOW NOW Each of those nows was a now and we've both had that now but at different nows. Groups of people could share the exact same now but the mind {when freed of physical bonds} will be at a different now which just nowed for everyone and it's still now. Confused yet. And I haven't even started in on fan shaped destiny, differential levels of conscious thought, dimensions, string theory, quantum theory Dark energy { which may or may not be fantasy}, Dark matter and it's effect on the space/time continuum, gravity - pull or push, does gravity suck?, and Schrodinger's cat. I'm frickhen tired just writing all that down.

This should not be just mine. I'm trying to turn this into a section with the ability to start topics within the overall framework. Every body hop on the ride. Please keep hands and feet with-in the ride at all times.

If I was in any way associated with any one part of government it would C ertainly I nclude A

confidentiality statement on my part to not directly identify any organization at Langley. I do remember the tail end of the 1st Earth Battalion. Actually that's how I got to stop being a speed bump for Russian T-72 tanks in the Rapid Reaction Reserve behind the Fulda Gap in South Germany. They were basically warrior/monk types on the order of the Shaolin. They ate me up. The Earth Battalion went the way of the wind but the Rangers must have drooled. Part b!00d AmerInd who had been through ordeal and vision quest, grew up in the woods as much or more than the city. Well educated who seemed able to pick things up quick and easy. Original thinker who could keep the people with bad attitudes on the opfor guessing. Had some of that monk thing going because nobody had been able to pull their unit out well enough to not get "training" pounded to prove it could happen to you. But that "sneaky b@st@rd" {said as a compliment from what I heard later through the grape vine} pulled his unit out in good order, before what should have been an overwhelming force, carrying his "dead" and "wounded" delaying the opfor and inflicting heavy "casualties" by calling down air cover and artillery at choke points. D@MN ! He's not supposed to be able to do that! Thanks great grams.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:52 pm

New day - more disclosure. If I end up seriously dead in the next few days, unless it's from absolutely natural causes, you'll know I ticked somebody off, AND THEY WERE READING THIS ALONG WITH US. Dying in bed - - - because I was run over by an 18 wheeler is not natural causes. With an 18 year old brunette is. My wife will happily retrieve my Bulldog, remount the firing pin and blow my fool head off. Or maybe considering who I am, both would be natural causes. The older I get the more I know and the less I'm sure of. I hope that's a sign of wisdom and not senility or cynical thought processes. I guess I'll go with what I've got. Of course it's all I'm likely to get. At least being old {not boring, just old} folks, I've stopped actively destroying my brain cells with booze or controlled substances. I've swapped it for trying to put a new access point through my floor to the cellar. The residual effects of a badly compromised voluntary nervous system can give me groups of days that are a red hot itch. {Yes LL, I'm talking about a rash} I'll hit the floor a couple times a day because balance is there AND GONE. It's not just a walk, it's an adventure. Luckily, they told me you have fallen, you will fall again. Learn to fall or learn to enjoy broken bones. That was an easy choice. 26 yrs of it and I've only had one concussion, a broken leg, a broken thumb, two cracked ribs on my left side and three rebroken ribs on my right side. I figure I'm still ahead on points.
I don't. contrary to rumors, get paid by the Federal Gov for anything other than retirement. They were nice enough to brevet me Major so the retirement was better then for a Captain. I did of course die from something that happened in the field during time of war. I guess that makes us even. INSCOM and ODCI are more then happy to take my "Appreciations" of different situations and circumstances because they paid for a fair part of my education. I have a certain outlook because of my weirdly wired brain and a certain expertise I've developed from my time in the field and at the Army War College. My "other" talents - bonus as far as they are concerned. I do it from patriotism. I will say that I've a "Carry concealed" permit for upstate NY - difficult to get, for NYC - all but impossible to get, and for flying on any domestic carrier in the US or abroad - Who do you know. My daughter doesn't have to show up to anywhere with Homeland Security theater two hours early if I'm with her. Big hassle saver when she goes to Ireland or Russia to see friends.
By the way, Homeland Security checks are theater. They are there to make the public feel secure. It's not going to stop any real terrorist activity. The alphabet soup organizations, like INSCOM, ODCI, NI, NSA etc., take care of that. If it's a threat, Seals or Delta take care of it - IN ANY COUNTRY. And YES, that is the meaning. It does happen. Not all the "drug dealers" that get killed while a warrant is being served have drugs. You don't know who is behind those SWAT masks. Why do you think those masks became standard for ALL SWAT teams in America. You haven't heard about that one from the conspiracy "theorist". 80% of whom are spreading BS to push the great unwashed huddled masses this way and that. Sorry got to go
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby SpiritTalker » Tue Nov 21, 2017 5:48 pm

PW you write from intense experiences that are a little intimidating and hard to follow, however, I could relate to your "badge" cutting thru the queues at the airport. My dad was a city policeman, so when the Shrine Circus was in town, he just escorted us right into some good seats, no waiting.

I'm so mundane that don't think I have a personal saga, well, other than the alien abduction stuff I'd written of elsewhere, like a parallel life. What I can't figure is whether the ET parts happened because I'm psychic, or if I'm psychic because of the ETs...chicken or egg? If it even matters. As you know, often being psychic is a pain in the posterior. For abductees, take that literally. This lifetime is an awakening process. Bugger. Maybe awakening is the whole intent of choosing to have the adventure saga?
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:22 am

Spirit,

Tell me when I need to clarify - PLEASE!!! It's that strange brain thing that everyone does at different times and to different degrees. I'm talking about the Dunning - Kruger effect. This weird effect can positively mess with how a person presents information. In my case, about the experiences I've had. I understand different parts differently in the series of occurrences. About the parts that I don't understand, or have limited experience in, I'm too dumb to know I'm dumb. The things I have some experience and modest knowledge of, I know enough to know I don't know. The things I'm expert about I can over estimate how expert others are about whatever aspect of a subject I'm talking about. In other words, I'm trapped in a mindset of inaccurate perception. If your not understanding just what I'm trying to get across, it my well be that, I should think about whatever it is and make sure I'm clearer on it. That should make me more concise. I may not recognize that I should be more careful in my presentation. Add a lack of explanatory language for some of the things we experience so we get caught up in simile and metaphor. Finally, it doesn't help that I sometimes find myself to be an enigma wrapped in a question that I'm not sure how to answer. Really, tell me to stop and think! It would be helpful to my own fuller understanding.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby SpiritTalker » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:55 am

I get lost with military-speak jargon. I have no military experience, and don't know the references. I figure a pistol fits in one hand and a rifle needs two. Both channel an explosion out of the end you point away from you. The important thing is someone's going to die. See? Whereas I would recognize words like jet vs plane, the altitude and speeds in my language are limited to up/down, fast and really fast. As for boats, i get sea sick. For people who have had military exposure, that lack of knowledge obviously wouldn't apply. When I read adventure novels, I skim thru the jazzy techi-lingo because it is meaningless page-filler and tells me nothing about the story.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:58 pm

It's the day after Thanksgiving. Now that the dishes are all finally out of the dish washers and put away. All of the massive indigestion that you were hoping wasn't a massive heart attack has {mostly} gone away. Anyone crazed enough to hit the "Black Friday" mayhem have had their bones set and all the sutures have been stitched in the ER and they are home and regaling all and sundry with tales of high adventure in getting that perfect scarf for Aunt Mildred. Since things are coming back to normal, I thought it was a good time to crush your erroneous beliefs about the first Thanksgiving.
First the Puritans {that name was hushed up because having a whole branch of the founding fathers being religious bigots didn't sound very nice} , Pilgrims is a more neutral noun. It's about going somewhere to worship. How innocuous sounding.
It doesn't sound like they'd run someone out for their religious beliefs. Contrary to the commonly held belief that Rhode Island was settled so we would have a standard place to conveniently judge relative sizes, this isn't the case. The Puritans only thought about religious freedom in reference to their "God given right to make everyone worship as they did or get out of town. NO! WAIT! Get out of our colony completely!". In 1636, Roger Williams was forced to leave the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He, being a decent human being, actually BOUGHT land from the Narragansett Indians and established Providence.
The name give you any idea about how he felt about surviving being thrown out into the wilderness to die because of his beliefs. He found some people who didn't talk about it, but in reality, practiced religious freedom. The Narragansett helped Williams start a colony that would become established just as the other colonies were. Hacked out of the wilderness, and not with savage hordes fighting a war of extermination against those colonies. Instead, the indigenous people, who knew how to survive on this continent, saved these often ill prepared people.
That brings us to the first Thanksgiving. It never happened people. The Puritans would have held a harvest feast. Some AmerInds came. Being good guests they brought native foodstuffs. Mostly deer and fish with some native fruits and berries. No long tables under the open skies. The Puritans were more focused on praying.
The first real Thanksgiving as a national Holiday - The third Thursday of November ----1863! Lincoln called on the population to give thanks for the victories that summer at Vicksburg, Mississippi and at Gettysburg, PA. Thanksgiving. Not a holiday of good fellowship and thanks for the bounty of the earth. A holiday to thank the power or powers that be for the victory of half the country over the other half in a civil war to rectify the mistake that was made in the original constitution. Slavery, a pernicious evil that has and is still overshadowing civil discourse in this country. Maybe I will move back to the St. Regis Reservation.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby SpiritTalker » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:27 pm

Not being an ignoramus, I kept to myself Thursday, had a small pizza & wine, decided there were enough turkeys in Washington & Pedowood, & stayed home on Insane Friday & not going out Saturday either in case of crazed late comers.

At least where I went to middle school, the history books had been updated to say what u just covered. In grade school they told how the natives saved the colonies from starvation by planting fish with the corn. Don't tell me that didn't happen?! Argh.
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Re: Hello Palefaces!

Postby planewalker » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:44 pm

Yes and no. Seafood went in with the corn. Lobster was so plentiful and easily caught that it was used for fertilizer and slave food. You could wade out and catch them. You didn't even need a boat. Churn that butter! Fish was usually salted. It was even exported to Europe. The Baltic fisheries were getting played out. Cabot was an Italian sea captain who had Anglicised his name to be more easily employed in N. Europe. He's the one who found the New Foundland fisheries.
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