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originally posted by: tweetie
a reply to: game over man
I can't honestly answer that but as far as manipulating people's minds, in my perspective, no abductions would be needed. What I've learned is brain manipulation is done via all sorts of technology. For example, it can be remotely done generally or it can be pinpointed to an individual or specific group.
For the people who've had a history of abductions by the Greys, and I'm not an expert on it, I don't think there is a correlation between that and the ME which is purely my sense of it when reading your query. No one has done a survey on it, as far as I know, but it would be interesting to know a percentage.
originally posted by: alienDNA
a reply to: tigertatzen
the trolls? cmon .. you know we aint trolls. you KNOW that.
stop trying to call us that.
I - at least - think ive proved im NOT a troll.
but , if you still feel that way, regardless of how many times ive said i care about you, i love my fellow man, i dont want people to get stuck in some insanity created by nothing else than their own imagination/experience/whatever - well..
ok. i will stop comment in the thread.
if you ask me now, to never say anything else in this thread - i promise you - i wont.
just to prove to you im NOT a troll.
tell me, if you honestly think im just trolling , tell me to stop.
and i PROMISE you i will never post anything here again.
but you have to be honest...
originally posted by: TombEscaper
a reply to: FlyInTheOintment
Yes, we could go round and round with this (what I see as a clear) relationship between the Mandela Effect and the fate of the Christian institution, but it is best left as a topic unto itself. I will just say that I have spent literally thousands of hours over the course of many years reaching such conclusions about Christianity, and the more that I now study this Mandela Effect phenomenon, I am beginning to have bigger concerns about a possible staged "second coming" of the below icon. Someone who, for many generations, has been ingrained into people's consciousness, almost from birth, as "Jesus."
It is important to remember what the ME is teaching us - to have a close relationship with our own inner-knowingness, and to be very sensitive to our own intuition, even at the expense of "evidence" and other tangible things placed before us. There may come a time to "resurrect" this issue, so to speak, but I will just leave it at that for now.
originally posted by: FlyInTheOintment
Okay, I apologise for my hostility, it's a lesson against speaking in generalities I suppose.
originally posted by: alienDNA
still waitin on that cpr training manuals that prove agent mul - i mean tigers cpr method.
or did I miss it...
originally posted by: tigertatzen
BLS compressions are not done in the center. They're done about three finger widths from the left nipple, proximal to the midline. That includes the cardiac notch, which is the only "soft spot" in the chest surrounding the heart.
If compressions were done dead center, the pressure would never reach the heart through the breastplate to stimulate an electrical impulse. It is also the number one way people break the xyphoid process during BLS.
Like I've said previously, in the UK we learn to put the heel of our hand on the middle of the chest, lower portion of the sternum. This is the official procedure for health professionals too. I got really curious about what you said, as I spent three years at uni and I never heard of this and I also know that CPR is not done to stimulate an electrical impulse. CPR alone will never restart the heart and will never stimulate an electrical impulse (only a defibrillator can do that). CPR is only done to get the blood pumping, to perfuse the organs and especially the brain, until further procedures can be done to get the heart beating again.
Today I was at work and I asked a few doctor friends and they confirmed what I knew and they also never heard of CPR done this way. First because measuring by the nipple is confusing, as not everybody's nipples are in the same/correct place. Second because you can do more damage by pressing on the ribs. Third, compressions are done in the center to 'pump the heart manually' as it compresses it between the sternum and spine.
This may well be an American only thing, which wouldn't surprise, but I am now really curious, and so are my doctor friends. Can I ask you to post or message me some official literature about this, please? Not because I don't trust what you are saying, it wouldn't the first time things are done completely different in the US (different than the rest of the world). I ask you because as a nurse I am responsible for people's lives every day of my working life, and I love learning new things (that are evidence based of course).