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Canadian Scenario - Living the Armaggedon

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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 04:48 PM
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Ello!

So we all here this 2012 stuff, seismic graphs jumping off charts abnormally, animal kill offs, random weather patterns across the globe, Austrailia struggling (god bless AUS), Nibiru etc etc ... you get the point.

My thread is about a scenario, and how I and all the other Canadians can live through such an event. Im having a hard time figuring out a safe place for my loved ones and I. I mean, Canada is sooo large with everything! We have Volcanoes, HUGE Lakes, large snow coverd mountains, Pacific on one side and her brother the Atlantic on the other... either way most of Canada is going to get somthing. Mostly floods...

Anyways, I live on Lake Ontario in a town called Kingston. Great history here, one of the most historical forts on Earth (Same place we spanked those Yanks back in the day). So, problem about Kingston, great Lakes..

That goes for every city running across this now-diseased water body (Lake Ontario); Toronto, Ottawa, Missisauga, Peterbourogh, Scarbourough whatever... When this event goes down, massive earthquakes could cause these lakes (filled with dieases..) to Tsunami and whipe out everything.. The thing about that is the Lakes are all sewage so most people trying to swim to saftey may face a disease or 4 after they reach "shore".So no luck here south of Ontario.

Northern Ontario.. well there is this HUGE historical Bay up there its called.. Hudson Bay. If that baby starts to flow hiiigh, well N.Ontario is drowing sooner or later. Also may face a deep freeze in months to come after thsi event.

Deccember 21st, 2012. This is our winters in Canada. Well most of you know we have some #ty winters... soo at this time of an event, it will freeze most of us.

Lets move East, to the Maritimes. Well we have New Founland, PEI, Nove Scotia... ahhh sorry but your all going to drown. Better build a damn Ark Maritimes..Thats because you WILL be facing the Atlactic Ocean. Yea hes a beast, pretty vast and mysterious. God knows how many fault lines, under water Volcanoes and what not lie in the Atl.Ocean. So Maritimes isnt a great idea either...

Okay maybe Ill try West of Ontario... hmmm Manitoba, Saskatchewan ? Well... south of these Provinces lies Yellowstone... what a # show that will be. Well? Lets move north then shall we. North Man/Sask lies plenty of Lakes, like hundreds of bodies of water. Not too mention the deep freeze they would be facing.. Lets hope the smoke of Erupting Volcanoes dont block out any sun because North... you will be a fridge of historical beings (kind of like the Wooly Mammoth).

Alright well there still is Ablerta and BC !!

Alberta... south of volcanoes (Yukon), East of Volcanoes (BC), North of Volcanoes (Washingston and other US States with Volcanic activity). hmm... Well again North Alberta is a fridge so Alberts is X'd off.

Okay British Columbia, our beauty province. WIsh i could travel there before 2012 hits off...
Alright soo BC; you will be facing Volcanic Activity, massive floods (Pacific Ocean) so you may find your self swimming with some Japanese sooner or later
You also have that dumb HAARP "research" I hate just north. More volcanoes in Alaska, you have a Volcano in Washingston just couth of Victoria, probably MASSIVE avalanches which will run through Whistler and destrot small towns south of the mountnains... not many great thigns to say about BC. Oh wait... I remember, hungry bears, wolfs and all the such on the loose trying to survive like you not to mention crazy people who will kill for land or food (that will happen everywhere).

Anwyas sorry for the rant but just like all you, I have this stupid hunch that we are F'd soon. I have no idea where to settle in Canada, Im not much of a winter guy but it seems like I will have to suck it up. As there wont be any machines to work, no electricity, no real food, no hunting skills, no expertise in Geography. And Ontario is full of lame, arrogant, scum bags who will be running around like a chicken with no ..

What would you to Canada? Canadians only please, I would like to hear your gameplan for our freezer episode in late December 2012. I feel like another ice age is coming so we will all be dead sooner or later. Not many people survive ice ages
But please shoot, tell me your ideas and what not.




posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 04:55 PM
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OOH. I'm going off the grid here in a few days and I'm Canadian! BC to be exact.. My plan that I believe will be safest? (Because I know everything?
) Taking a bus to Whistler (All I can afford left..) and walking up between the BC/Alberta/Northwest border and settling there for now. Once the USA splits in half, Ontario's going with it. The mountains near the BC/Alberta/Northwest borders would be most viable is either ocean reaches ya so you're well away from the ground. All you can really do is have positive thought though. It's your biggest weapon. I for one don't see Canada being affected that much.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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So many choices,so little time.Not Canadian but nice looking country.Only advice ,enjoy it while you can or come over to OZ



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:01 PM
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Originally posted by 12voltz
So many choices,so little time.Not Canadian but nice looking country.Only advice ,enjoy it while you can or come over to OZ


To hot mate.
Plus, not enough trees to hide in!



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:01 PM
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buy candles .. when the electricity will be cut
mass up food in cans ... dry pasta .. water bottles

it is now so cold in Canada .. im in Quebec near Montreal

a good trick for the cold ... wear a total of more then 5 shirts
i have 4 now on me LOL

im prepare for the amaggedon bring it on


the best place to be safe .. is on a mountain .. wonder why they build up pyramid in egypt
they can be strong bunkers and high mountains to escape any big fire or flood
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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:02 PM
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Hey Onelife! I responded to one of your latest threads. Not sure if you remember


Well my friend, Im noot sure about mountain area. Especally the most famous Ice Age body was found there. Ever heard of the "Hunter" ? Hes a humaniod found atop a snowy mountain face down is a frozen river. most preserved being found in the iceage.. Mountains are risky...



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:05 PM
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Well hello fellow Canadian. I really enjoy reading or posts and threads Ben. Been reading you more lately, you have great ideas.

My oil ran out and im am freezing under my blanket with 2 sweaters right now! (Ontario).

Best of luck friend (:



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:08 PM
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OFF TOPIC:

David Wilcock is on tv on "Anchient Aliens" thats what im watching while freezing in bed



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:09 PM
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i hope we dont go crazy and start killing one another..banding together would help alot more.
im from toronto and im not totally sure what im going to do..
its funny you say you would like to visit BC before 2012..
a highschool friend of mine who joined the navy called me yesterday and asked me to take a trip over to BC where hes stationed



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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Okay maybe Ill try West of Ontario... hmmm Manitoba, Saskatchewan ? Well... south of these Provinces lies Yellowstone... what a # show that will be. Well? Lets move north then shall we. North Man/Sask lies plenty of Lakes, like hundreds of bodies of water. Not too mention the deep freeze they would be facing.. Lets hope the smoke of Erupting Volcanoes dont block out any sun because North... you will be a fridge of historical beings (kind of like the Wooly Mammoth).

Alright well there still is Ablerta and BC !! Alberta... south of volcanoes (Yukon), East of Volcanoes (BC), North of Volcanoes (Washingston and other US States with Volcanic activity). hmm... Well again North Alberta is a fridge so Alberts is X'd off.


I'm in Sask so far. Halfway up the province, near Manitoba. 53rd parallel. This place is my second choice, my first choice is north Alberta, as long as there are trees left, there's firewood. Both places are a deep freeze. But where I am in Sask, is about 1300 feet above current sea level, north west of Edmonton is about 2300 feet up. And very slightly warmer than sask. We're on acreage with very few neighbours, it would be the same where we're looking in Alberta. It's also cold enough, that I'm hoping there won't be as many people looking to go north. I try not to think about volcanoes.

BC has its problems with being an earthquake zone, and many more bears than this side of the Rockies.

****


My oil ran out and im am freezing under my blanket with 2 sweaters right now! (Ontario).


Watch your plumbing, don't let your pipes freeze :shk:
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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by Kelliott
reply to post by Ben81
 




Well hello fellow Canadian. I really enjoy reading or posts and threads Ben. Been reading you more lately, you have great ideas.

My oil ran out and im am freezing under my blanket with 2 sweaters right now! (Ontario).

Best of luck friend (:


thank you

usualy the summer doesnt cost that much in electricity ..
but in winter .. the bill double and triple .. hate paying that much ..

hope when the pole shift happen .. we will have florida spot on the globe

at least in Canada our construction are really solid since we have very harsh and cold winter
earthquakes dont affect normal house here
they wont even crack lol

S&F
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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:18 PM
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Funny odds lol.

I think the only safe place is underground... There are plenty of stories about anchient Civilizations taking refuge underground, and building large cities underground. That was waaaay back in the day!! Think of how many people we have, think of the city underground we could make together! We could make a city to shelter millions of people and animals.

The government has its bunkers underground, rich people are buying out underground homes etc.

It makes sense right? Those on top will be facing hurricanes, Tsunamis, Volcanic activity, thunder storms and wind storms, flying fire rocks from volcanoes, if government decide to use biological warfare before they "duck" under thats just another thing to worry about...

Not trying to get you guys all worried up but you have to think as if this were a game of chess. 1 Step a. of your oppenents.. trust me common man will fight to survive. They dont know better.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by Kelliott
I feel like another ice age is coming so we will all be dead sooner or later. Not many people survive ice ages
But please shoot, tell me your ideas and what not.


Oh ye of little faith. Have some courage!


"If those days had not been cut short, no one would survive, but for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened." Matthew 24:22


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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:22 PM
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As a British Columbian myself. I would say, find a topographic map, find the highest point in the second or third mountain range from the coast, and find your way there. My reasoning being you wouldn't wanna be on the coast for sure if the waters coming, lets be honest the coast is going. Now as you get further and further from the coast you climb higher and higher into the mountains. Now I say look for a high spot in the second or third range from the coast because I feel your going to need a water break, and one or two mountain ranges I think should do the trick.

Now that being said once you have found some sort of suitable location, search out old mining permits for the area to see if you can find pre made shelter at semi high location on the mountain. The interior of this province hae been mined since the early gold rush and there are plenty of abandoned mines all over the place in high mountain areas. It may only satisfy your needs for a short period but that's where im .ed. Hunting supplys and non perishables in hand should it be deemed neccesary in the near future....

SaneThinking



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:28 PM
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SaneThinking, i like the name.

People who live on mountain tops must not forget that there could be rapid snow fall in this event, covering the mountains even more. Making them more vurnable to avalanche. Just be careful up there, and think sane



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 06:45 PM
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I am from Northern Ontario originally(born and raised), and when I was 19 I moved to Toronto. I am currently in Winnipeg after being in Toronto for 8 years because my mom guilt tripped me into moving here(because I was only kid out of 4 that lived sooooooo far away). I can understand her wanting me to be closer, I mean I am her son, which is why last summer I came to Winnipeg(which is right next door to Northern Ontario where my parents are). I hate it however, and I told my parents this(specifically my mom) in the recent months that have passed. Of course she was p*ssed...


Anyways long story short, I finally got her get to accept the fact I am miserable here in this..... well, city not for me. Because I was in Toronto from 19-27 and because accustom to a city that never sleeps Winnipeg is quite the culture shock to me, and the crime level here is insane. This city needs 2000 more cops asap. Anyways... I know its dragging on... now that I have planned to move back to Toronto this summer, I am wondering, should I?

If the sh*t is really going to hit the fan soon, should I stay here so that I am close to my family? Or should I believe life is going to go on as it always has so I should go where I will be happy?

Either way.... the best place to 'refugee' in Canada would be Ontario. It is wooded, it has water, you can grow crops, and it is beautiful. Hey, if your not going to have TV, or internet you might as well have something pretty to look at out the back door.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 07:56 PM
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You are missing the key element here, there will be no "Canadian, Mexican, American, or what ever other kind of Nationality". You will be reduced to human being and that is it!

So there will be no borders, no Government, and no one to tell you what and where you should go for protection; you simply migrate as all Natives used to do. You migrate to higher ground or lower ground accordingly; you learn your native flora and fauna and you become "one" with your environment.

When this happens the Lakes will be cleaned out; They will be spilled out across the Great Plains as the New Madrid cracks wide open, and they will finally connect to the Gulf of Mexico. There will still be plenty of space and plenty of food. Just migrate westerly and to the south and you will find a great migration taking place! Be strong and rekindle yourself with the Planet.

A person must want to survive in order to survive! A person must have faith but activate themselves in a healthy manner. A person must carry on the legacy of our Greatest Gift--Humanity!

Let go of the old and embrace the New Age of Man, and I do not mean the NWO! Blessings fellow Earthlings! Come share with us in what we used to call the USA.



posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 08:04 PM
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hey man I'm up on georgian bay
we have a fort here too ( 1812 ish)

I subscribe to Deganawidah the Huron's prediction, which appears to be coming true.
He suggested that at the appropriate time to bugg out to the north west and don't come back.
Im glad it is still in our culture to hunt and fish and camp etc
we do it for fun...

PS as far as preparedness goes
look at what has already happened
Ice strom, Katrina, Indonesia, various, mud slides, russian heat wave, pak floods....
Darfour, Rowanda, Afganistan, Iraq...kent state...

What would it take for you and yours to surive what is known to happen from time to time?


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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 08:22 PM
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Here is what you do

Take all the snow you can, pile it all up and build an igloo enclosure around your home

This will block out significant wind chill, as well as provide a lot more insulation

Once the deep freeeze sets in, the snow will become encased in ice and you have a hougloo
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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 08:31 PM
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Originally posted by OneLife
OOH. I'm going off the grid here in a few days and I'm Canadian! BC to be exact.. My plan that I believe will be safest? (Because I know everything?
) Taking a bus to Whistler (All I can afford left..) and walking up between the BC/Alberta/Northwest border and settling there for now. Once the USA splits in half, Ontario's going with it. The mountains near the BC/Alberta/Northwest borders would be most viable is either ocean reaches ya so you're well away from the ground. All you can really do is have positive thought though. It's your biggest weapon. I for one don't see Canada being affected that much.


Seriously?!?! Wow man hope you are prepared. Cant remember the name of the movie but it was about a rich kid with issues and he wanted to go "off the grid" Headed up to Alaska and....froze to death after eating some poisones mushroom. Could not function to keep fire and food going.

Any way if you are really just going for a walk....in the middle of winter. Um good luck to you fellow Canuck.


I am in Philippines now, figure i can grow and fish my way though some bad times. Most likely pipe dreaming....but i am not really part of the sytem as i used to be now.



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