Clif High- halfpasthuman.com

goyacobol

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Apparently it's sold as C60 which is carried in "black seed oil". Clif High also referred to it as "monoatomic" which seems to be a new age science word salad term, which made me think of "monoatomic gold" that was popular quite a few years ago.
Ok, so we are sometimes like sci-fi fans and our brains either project or turn to mush (guilty as charged:-().

There is a thread here on C60 and some have tried it but there seem to be no big discoveries so far.

C60 supplements - any thoughts?

I have to admit I wondered if the C60 has anything to do with something the Cs mentioned in an earlier session but don't really know that it is connected (may be pattern recognition run amok).

This is off on a tangent but eventually all things interconnect I suppose so please just file this in the dust bin if it doesn't add to the conversation/conversations.

Session 23 September 2000:

Q: Here is a comment from one of our listmembers:

"Our reality depends on what we believe to be true. What we believe depends on our perception. Our perception depends on what we look for. What we look for depends on our thoughts. What we think depends on our state of wisdom. Our wisdom depends on our state of awareness. Our awareness depends on our intuition. Our intuition depends on maturity of soul. The maturity of soul depends on the image we represent of the one infinite mind. All images are holograms of this mind. We are duplicates of the original." Is this an accurate way of representing our reality?

A: Close. It is one chain of relations, though not all. The dependent relationships are far more complicated.

Q: Now, let me get to MY questions! You once said that the core of DNA is an as yet undiscovered enzyme related to carbon. Is that correct?

A: Yes.

Q: Here in this book it says:

"Evidence is accumulating that only a relatively small portion of the DNA sequence is for so-called structural genes. Structural genes lead to the production of protein. There are an estimated 50,000 structural genes with an average sized of approximately 5,000 base pairs, which then accounts for only 250 million of the estimated 3 billion base pairs. What is the rest of the DNA for? Some of the DNA is so-called repetitive sequences, repeated thousands of times. The function is unknown. The ALU, repeat, for instance, contains over 300,000 copies of the same 300 base pair sequence. Certainly this DNA is not junk and plays some important role in the gene regulation chromosomal architecture or chromosomal replication. Until 1977, it was thought that genes were single sequences of DNA that are coded into RNA and then into protein. However, further study has shown greater complexity. It is now known that there are pieces of DNA within a gene that are not translated into protein. These intervening sequences, or INTRONS, are somewhat of a mystery, but appear to be a very common phenomenon."

Now, is this thing they are talking about, these INTRONS, are these the core that you were talking about?

A: In part.

Q: What about this ALU repeat with over 300,000 copies of the same base pair sequence. What is it?

A: Tribal unit.
 

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BTW, in that video on Vit c High also talked about "C60", which he is taking, which seems to be Buckminsterfullerene, which is an allotrope of carbon that was "first generated" in the 1980s using a laser to vaporize carbon in a supersonic helium beam.


Apparently it's sold as C60 which is carried in "black seed oil". Clif High also referred to it as "monoatomic" which seems to be a new age science word salad term, which made me think of "monoatomic gold" that was popular quite a few years ago.

At least the wiki page says

"Solutions of C60 dissolved in olive oil are nontoxic to rodents. "
Just to add to this. I thought it interesting that in the shorter video where Clif (where's the other 'f'??) was talking about his cancer and Vit C, he mainly focused on C60 and said at least twice that he was going to take some right after the video and that he also gives it to his dogs. Based on the quantities he was referring to, he clearly didn't know very much about Vit c and the intake necessary to treat cancer. Anyway, when you look up C60 you read that it was, at the time, the largest molecule that showed 'quantum entanglement' properties. High likely knows this since he seems to be pretty impressed by it.

Then I watched some of the other video referenced here where he talks about his latest 'trends forecast' and he says that the data was pointing to, as I noted previously, "quantum entangled communications devices" for everyone by 2028. I just thought it was interesting that he comes up with that idea from his 'data sets/web bots' while he is taking a supplement that involves the very same 'quantum entanglement'. FWIW, I took it as possible evidence for his 'predictions' being significantly based on his own personal subjective projections, which he obviously does not see as such because, well, we know why.
 
Like I said, I just did not hear it. Once I realized he was off about many things, I off and on went just fir a laugh. I feel for him. Thats all. I reasearched all the crypto stuff and decided it was BS and probably a psyop of some kind like the QANON stuff. Anyway, I again will say the conversations with Richard Dolan brought out the best in him.
 

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There is a thread here on C60 and some have tried it but there seem to be no big discoveries so far.

C60 supplements - any thoughts?

I have to admit I wondered if the C60 has anything to do with something the Cs mentioned in an earlier session but don't really know that it is connected (may be pattern recognition run amok).

This is off on a tangent but eventually all things interconnect I suppose so please just file this in the dust bin if it doesn't add to the conversation/conversations.

Session 23 September 2000:

Q: Now, let me get to MY questions! You once said that the core of DNA is an as yet undiscovered enzyme related to carbon. Is that correct?

A: Yes.
I don't know if C60 could be called an enzyme? To be honest, I get the same uneasy-awkward feeling about this C60, as when, I was first reviewing information on Monotonic Gold. You couldn't get me to touch - either one!

This is the "Synthesis" of C60 - Soot is produced by laser ablation of graphite or pyrolysis of aromatic hydrocarbons. Fullerenes are extracted from the soot with organic solvents using a Soxhlet extractor.[22] This step yields a solution containing up to 75% of C60, as well as other fullerenes. These fractions are separated using chromatography.[23] Generally, the fullerenes are dissolved in a hydrocarbon or halogenated hydrocarbon and separated using alumina columns.[24]
Buckminsterfullerene - Wikipedia

So, now you're going to mix "that concoction" with a drop or two of extra virgin olive oil or black seed oil ... and take it with a chaser.
You have to be nuts to consume that? It sounds more like something that might fix that squeaky noise in the car that the mechanic can't seem to narrow down?

This site seems to mimic what Clif High is claiming in the videos.

Longecity.org is a forum for people interested in life extension and dozens of people have been pioneers in taking C60 in extra virgin olive oil.
Health Benefits of C60 For Humans

Longecity forum members have reported the following beneficial effects (only effects reported by more than one person are listed):
* More energy
  • Less sleep needed
  • “Mental improvements”
  • Can lift much heavier weights, sometimes to the point of causing tendon injury. Commonly reported.
  • Can do more reps of the same weight. This was the most commonly reported benefit. People were adamant that there was a great difference, comparable to taking Creatine and that not even anabolic steroids enabled such an immediate increase of both repetitions and max. weight.
  • Calmer, reduction in stress
  • Can run longer with seemingly more effective utilization of Oxygen. Less fatigue. “Cardiac improvements”. Better stamina and endurance.
  • Can run faster whilst feeling more comfortable with a pulse that would normally be too high for steady-state.
  • Higher libido. This is also seen in rat trials, already with 4 micrograms/kg, a dose five times lower than what we recommend as a daily dose.
  • Faster recovery of the skin after sunburn (with topical application). Do not expose C60 products to UV light – it splits off reactive Oxygen species under UV.

C60 could become interesting for athletes and in medicine, protecting against the effects of aging such as cancer and immune system deficiencies. It will take a long time to find out what this product does for humans. We think it may prolong life in humans as well as in rats because the C60 in oil becomes a lipofullerene and is available in the mitochondrial lipid bilayers where it acts as a recyclable super-antioxidant (C60 is a 270 times better antioxidant than vitamin C but vit. C is not lipid-soluble and neither is it recyclable, so C60 may in fact be tens of thousands of times more effective as an antioxidant than vitamin C).

At the end of the site - in REFERENCES - it states this:

Baggott, Jim. Perfect Symmetry: The Accidental Discovery of Buckminsterfullerene (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994).


Baggott observes that “the tendency for the closed-cage carbon molecules to burn, degrade, or become entrapped prevents the detection of naturally occurring fullerenes. Imagine the surprise, then, when it was announced in July 1992 that C60 and C70 had been found in samples of shungite, a coal-like rock from Shunga, a Russian town some 200 miles northeast of St. Petersburg. (pp. 254-55).
 

JEEP

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[...]when it was announced in July 1992 that C60 and C70 had been found in samples of shungite, a coal-like rock from Shunga, a Russian town some 200 miles northeast of St. Petersburg. (pp. 254-55).
Discussion of C60/buckminsterfullerene reminded me that I had previously encountered info re it. What stuck in my mind was buckyballs. I googled and there's a drop-down question list w/ an assortment of interesting tidbits:

Where is c60 found?
An unusual carbon-rich rock believed to be more than 600 million years old has yielded the first evidence that fullerenes occur in nature. The fullerenes C60 and C70 were discovered in a sample of shungite, a rock of uncertain origin found near the Russian town of Shunga, about 250 miles northeast of St. Petersburg.

What are the properties of buckminsterfullerene?
Three forms, or 'allotropes', of pure carbon are diamond, graphite and buckminsterfullerene (or 'buckyballs'). In all three allotropes, the carbon atoms are joined by strong covalent bonds but in such different arrangements that the properties of the allotropes are very different.

What are buckyballs used for?
Combining buckyballs, nanotubes, and polymers to produce inexpensive solar cells that can be formed by simply painting a surface. Buckyballs may be used to store hydrogen, possibly as a fuel tank for fuel cell powered cars. Buckyballs may be able to reduce the growth of bacteria in pipes and membranes in water systems.

How are buckyballs used in nanotechnology?
Much of the current research and commercialisation of nanotechnology relies on tubes, wires and balls made from carbon atoms. ... The carbon based tubes can be carbon nanotubes, buckytubes and very long tubes are often referred to as nanowires. The balls are known as fullerines or buckyballs.

What do fullerenes do?
A fullerene is an allotrope of carbon in the form of a hollow sphere, ellipsoid, tube, and many other shapes. Spherical fullerenes, also referred to as Buckminsterfullerenes or buckyballs, resemble the balls used in association football. Cylindrical fullerenes are also called carbon nanotubes (buckytubes).

What is the formula of buckyball?
C60

Why is it called buckminsterfullerene?
Buckminsterfullerene is a polyhedral CARBON structure composed of around 60-80 carbon atoms in pentagon and hexagon configuration. They are named after Buckminster Fuller because of structural resemblance to geodesic domes. Fullerenes can be made in high temperature such as arc discharge in an inert atmosphere.

Who discovered c60?
In 1985 the discovery was announced of a third allotrope in which the atoms form C60 molecules in the shape of a football. This led to the award of the 1996 Nobel Prize to Harry (now Sir Harry) Kroto of Sussex University, Robert Curl and Richard Smalley (both of Rice University in Houston, USA).

Who was the buckminsterfullerene named after?
Naming. The discoverers of the Buckminsterfullerene (C60) allotrope of carbon named it after Richard Buckminster Fuller, a noted architectural modeler who popularized the geodesic dome. Since buckminsterfullerenes have a similar shape to those of such domes, they thought the name appropriate.

Is c60 toxic?
In contrast to chemically--either covalently or noncovalently--modified fullerenes, some C60 derivatives can be highly toxic. ... This chapter offers a general review of the studies on the toxicity of [60]fullerene or C60, the most abundant fullerene, and its derivatives.
Toxicity studies of fullerenes and derivatives. - NCBI
Toxicity studies of fullerenes and derivatives. - PubMed - NCBI

Is fullerene found in nature?
Fullerenes have since been found to occur in nature. ... The discovery of fullerenes greatly expanded the number of known carbon allotropes, which had previously been limited to graphite, graphene, diamond, and amorphous carbon such as soot and charcoal.

What is c60 purple power?
C60 (aka Buckminsterfullerene) is a naturally occurring molecule found in Space and on Earth. ... C60 Purple Power takes high purity C60 and cool infuses it into healthy vegetable oils for maximum monomolecular absorption (available infused into Avocado and Coconut oils).
[and available on Amazon]

Is c60 aromatic?
Is C60 buckminsterfullerene aromatic? ... C(60) does not have "superaromatic" or even aromatic character, but is a spherically π antiaromatic and enormously strained species. This explains its very large and positive heat of formation (610 ± 30 kcal mol(-1)).

What is the diameter of a buckyball?
The van der Waals diameter of a C60 molecule is about 1.1 nanometers (nm). The nucleus to nucleus diameter of a C60 molecule is about 0.71 nm.

How is fullerene used in medicine?
Fullerene is able to fit inside the hydrophobic cavity of HIV proteases, inhibiting the access of substrates to the catalytic site of enzyme. It can be used as radical scavenger and antioxidant. ... In addition, fullerenes have been used as a carrier for gene and drug delivery systems.

What is the molecular formula of Buck ministers fullerene?
Chemical Names: Fullerene; Fullerene C60; 99685-96-8; Buckminsterfullerene; C60Fullerene; Buckyball More... Buckminsterfullerene is a polyhedral CARBON structure composed of around 60-80 carbon atoms in pentagon and hexagon configuration.

Does buckminsterfullerene have a high melting point?
Its molecules are made up of 60 carbon atoms joined together by strong covalent bonds. Molecules of C 60 are spherical. There are weak intermolecular forces between molecules of buckminsterfullerene. These need little energy to overcome, so buckminsterfullerene is slippery and has a low melting point.

What was the first fullerene discovered?
The first fullerene molecule to be discovered, and the family's namesake,buckminsterfullerene (C60), was manufactured in 1985 by Richard Smalley, Robert Curl, James Heath, Sean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice University. The name was an homage to Buckminster Fuller, whose geodesic domes it resembles.

Does buckminsterfullerene conduct electricity?
It is very strong because of its large regular arrangement of carbon atoms joined by covalent bonds . Like graphite, graphene conducts electricity well because it has delocalised electrons that are free to move across its surface.

What allotrope means?
Allotropy or allotropism (from Ancient Greek ἄλλος (allos), meaning 'other', and τρόπος (tropos), meaning 'manner, form') is the property of some chemical elements to exist in two or more different forms, in the same physical state, known as allotropes of these elements.

What are the properties of fullerenes?
Properties of Fullerene Molecules. The three-dimensional spherical fullerene molecule has unique chemical, physical, and physico-chemical properties, which include the following: The molecule can act as a semiconductor, conductor and superconductor under specific conditions.

What is a c60 molecule?
C60 is a molecule that consists of 60 carbon atoms, arranged as 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons. ... Depending on the number of hexagons, molecules of different sizes are obtained. They are called Fullerenes, after the American architect Richard Buckminster Fuller.

How many pentagons and hexagons are in a buckyball?
Buckminsterfullerene is a type of fullerene with the formula C60. It has a cage-like fused-ring structure (truncated icosahedron) that resembles a soccer ball (football), made of twenty hexagons and twelve pentagons, with a carbon atom at each vertex of each polygon and a bond along each polygon edge.

How is carbon 60 made?
C60 and other fullerenes are now routinely made by a low pressure method in which an electric discharge is passed across the gap between 2 carbon electrodes in a helium atmosphere. The resulting soot is collected and mixed with a solvent such as benzene; the fullerenes dissolve and can be extracted.

Is buckminsterfullerene a giant covalent structure?
Buckminsterfullerene is yet another allotrope of carbon. It is actually not a giant covalent structure, but a giant molecule in which the carbon atoms form pentagons and hexagons - in a similar way to a leather football. It is used in lubricants.

What is buckminsterfullerene used for?
Buckminsterfullerene is a black solid although it is coloured in certain solutions eg deep red when in petrol. The tube fullerenes are called nanotubes which are very strong and are conductors of electricity. Their unusual electrical properties mean that nanotubes are used as semiconductors in electronic circuits.

Who discovered fullerene an allotrope of carbon?
The scientists who vaporized the graphite to produce C60 named the new carbon allotrope buckminsterfullerene (shortened to fullerenes or buckyballs) because the geodesic domes designed by inventor and architect Buckminster Fuller provided a clue to the molecule's structure.

How do carbon nanotubes filter water?
Scientists have created tiny carbon nanotubes that can filter water very efficiently, and could one day help turn seawater into drinkable water. ... Aquaporins are found all over the human body: they're used to transport water through membranes andfilter out ions so that cells can remain healthy.

How many carbon atoms are in fullerene?
Buckminsterfullerene was the first fullerene to be discovered. Its molecules are made up of 60 carbon atoms joined together by strong covalent bonds. Molecules of C 60 are spherical.

Why does buckminsterfullerene have a lower melting point than diamond?
They are made up of large molecules but do not have a giant covalent structure. Weak intermolecular forces exist between individual buckyballs. Little energy is needed to overcome these forces, so substances consisting of buckyballs are slippery and have lower melting points than graphite or diamond .

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Buckminsterfullerene is a type of fullerene with the formula C60. It has a cage-like fused-ring structure (truncated icosahedron) that resembles a soccer ball (football), made of twenty hexagons and twelve pentagons, with a carbon atom at each vertex of each polygon and a bond along each polygon edge.
Chemical formula: C60
Crystal structure: Face-centered cubic, cF1924
Appearance: Dark needle-like crystals
Buckminsterfullerene - Wikipedia
Buckminsterfullerene - Wikipedia

The first fullerene molecule to be discovered, and the family's namesake, buckminsterfullerene (C60), was manufactured in 1985 by Richard Smalley, Robert Curl, James Heath, Sean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice University. The name was an homage to Buckminster Fuller, whose geodesic domes it resembles. The structure was also identified some five years earlier by Sumio Iijima, from an electron microscope image, where it formed the core of a "bucky onion".[2] Fullerenes have since been found to occur in nature.[3]More recently, fullerenes have been detected in outer space.[4] According to astronomer Letizia Stanghellini, "It’s possible that buckyballs from outer space provided seeds for life on Earth."[5]

Hmmm - very interesting! Perhaps the natural occuring fullerenes C60 and C70 might prove to have health benefits? Kinda wish I had a motherlode of this stuff in my backyard. :whistle:
 
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JEEP

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FULLERENES IN NATURE: C60 and C70 found in ancient Russian rock



An unusual carbon-rich rock believed to be more than 600 million years old has yielded the first evidence that fullerenes occur in nature.

The fullerenes C60 and C70 were discovered in a sample of shungite, a rock of uncertain origin found near the Russian town of Shunga, about 250 miles northeast of St. Petersburg.

The serendipitous discovery was made by geochemist Peter R. Buseck and mineralogist Semeon J. Tsipursky, both of Arizona State University, Tempe, and mass specrrometrist Robert Hettich of Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. They published their findings last week in Science [257,215 (1992)].

The discovery means fullerenes can no longer be thought of as purely artificial materials made in the lab using laser vaporization, carbon arcs, or combustion processes. Several groups previously looked for fullerenes in soot deposits and in meteorites, without success. And scientists searching for the fullerene spectral signature in interstellar dust clouds found no definitive evidence. ...

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goyacobol

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Jeep said:
The fullerenes C60 and C70 were discovered in a sample of shungite, a rock of uncertain origin found near the Russian town of Shunga, about 250 miles northeast of St. Petersburg.
In the spirit of Wu I have pondered this odd carbon C60 and it's connection to shungite. Let's not get carried away but maybe try to see what it may be good for if anything.

Shungite

Shungite is a black, lustrous, non-crystalline mineraloid consisting of more than 98 weight percent of carbon. It was first described from a deposit near Shunga village, in Karelia, Russia, from where it gets its name. Shungite has been reported to contain trace amounts of fullerenes (0.0001 < 0.001%).[1][2]
The term "shungite" was originally used in 1879 to describe a mineraloid with more than 98 percent carbon. More recently the term has also been used to describe shungite-bearing rocks, leading to some confusion.[3] Shungite-bearing rocks have also been classified purely on their carbon content, with Shungite-1 having a carbon content in the range 98-100 weight percent and Shungite-2, -3, -4 and -5 having contents in the ranges 35-80 percent, 20-35 percent, 10-20 percent and less than 10 percent, respectively.[3] In a further classification, shungite is subdivided into bright, semi-bright, semi-dull and dull on the basis of their luster (the terms lustrous and matte are also used for bright and dull).[4]
Shungite has two main modes of occurrence, disseminated within the host rock and as apparently mobilised material. Migrated shungite, which is bright (lustrous) shungite, has been interpreted to represent migrated hydrocarbons and is found as either layer shungite, layers or lenses near conformable with the host rock layering, or vein shungite, which is found as cross-cutting veins. Shungite may also occur as clasts within younger sedimentary rocks.[3]
Shungite has to date mainly been found in Russia. The main deposit is in the Lake Onega area of Karelia, at Zazhoginskoye, near Shunga, with another occurrence at Vozhmozero.[1] Two other much smaller occurrences have been reported in Russia, one in Kamchatka in volcanic rocks and the other formed by the burning of spoil from a coal mine at high temperature in Chelyabinsk.[5] Other occurrences have been described from Austria, India, Democratic Republic of Congo[1] and Kazakhstan.[6]
Shungite has been regarded as an example of abiogenic petroleum formation,[4] but its biological origin has now been confirmed.[3] Non-migrated shungite is found directly stratigraphically above deposits that were formed in a shallow water carbonate shelf to non-marine evaporitic environment. The shungite bearing sequence is thought to have been deposited during active rifting, consistent with the alkaline volcanic rocks that are found within the sequence. The organic-rich sediments were probably deposited in a brackish lagoonal setting. The concentration of carbon indicates elevated biological productivity levels, possibly due to high levels of nutrients available from interbedded volcanic material.[3]
The stratified shungite-bearing deposits that retain sedimentary structures are interpreted as metamorphosed oil source rocks. Some diapiric mushroom-shaped structures have been identified, which are interpreted as possible mud volcanoes. Layer and vein shungite varieties, and shungite filling vesicles and forming the matrix to breccias, are interpreted as migrated petroleum, now in the form of metamorphosed bitumen.[3]
The Shunga deposit contains an estimated total carbon reserve of more than 250 gigatonnes. It is found within a sequence of Palaeoproterozoic metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks that are preserved in a synform. The sequence is dated by a gabbro intrusion, which gives a date of 1980±27 Ma, and the underlying dolostones, which give an age of 2090±70 Ma. There are nine Shungite-bearing layers within the Zaonezhskaya Formation, from the middle of the preserved sequence. Of these the thickest is layer six, which is also known as the "Productive horizon", due to its concentration of shungite deposits. Four main deposits are known from the area, the Shungskoe, Maksovo, Zazhogino and Nigozero deposits. The Shungskoe deposit is the most studied and is mainly mined out.[3]
Shungite has been used as a folk medical treatment since the early 18th century. Peter the Great set up Russia's first spa in Karelia to make use of the water purifying properties of shungite, which he had himself experienced. He also instigated its use in providing purified water for the Russian army. The anti-bacterial properties of shungite have been confirmed by modern testing.[7]
Shungite has been used since the middle of the 18th century as a pigment for paint,[3] and is currently sold under the names "carbon black" or "shungite natural black".[5]
In the 1970s, shungite was exploited in the production of an insulating material, known as shungisite. Shungisite is prepared by heating rocks with low shungite concentrations to 1090–1130 °C and is used as a low density filler.[3]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shungite#cite_note-Melezhik-3

Maybe shungite is a better source for beneficial effects than C60? I don't know it's just another interesting carbon related substance or it could just be another diversion. :huh:
 

wodasi

Jedi Master
wow , what a thread ..
anyway just a quick comment about C-60
i bought and used a cheap bottle on line .. used it for about 9 months ..
started out with real bad prostate pain ... occasionally would almost have me on the floor , or on my knees . crying ...
its gone all pain gone .. ok a little bit , very rare .. and its been almost two years since i first took it.. just sayin..
 

wodasi

Jedi Master
oh sorry one other comment ..
Its Not Laura personally that he does not like ..
he refuses to read any/all channeling ..
Long ago i tried to get him to look at the CASS work .. he said No & used the f word on me ..
i tried to explain your work is different ..
i had read alot of channeling/metaphysical stuff before 1994 -1996
but early on while reading the "wave series" as you were putting it out . like a series in a newspaper in 1895 london or new york
where i could not wait for the next chapter .. i knew this was different .. not only the board but you were researching reading up
a storm and sharing that with us all ...confirming many maybe not all of what the C's were saying ...but very different from
any other channeling ! .. kinda weird with Clif to as he is mining thru the net the psychic ability's of humans thru their change of
language use ... hhhmmm ... can't i read /listen to Clif and Laura and make up my own mind ?
 

lilies

Dagobah Resident
Drawn to the keyword "prediction", I went in cold - straight to his latest video. Never knew him, never saw the man! Maybe he has some lucky genes or something, like Nostradamus..

I watched him for 10 minutes and.. WTH?! The man seemed to be more and more impossible to possess any Oracle-ous Nostradamey genes. Zero ESP. What's going on?! I found his "BIO!" Urgh.. he wrote a Web Bot software that scans & analyzes The Internet Blabber and he makes summaries, because he is probably a linguist and a coder. Oh.. when the realization hits you.

One thing is sure about Clif, he is high! Also he has nice teeth, they look expensive, which is definite proof that he is talented enough in Shearing People! (c) G.
 
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