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originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: KilgoreTrout
Yes! That offshoot is what I'm referring to. I don't suppose you know when they were formed in the UK?
In 1977 an international congress of nearly 2,000 Anglican bishops, clergy and lay people met in St. Louis, Missouri, to take the actions necessary to establish an orthodox jurisdiction in which traditional Anglicanism would be maintained, by returning to the fullness of the Faith of the undivided CATHOLIC CHURCH. Acting according to the principles determined by the seven great Ecumenical Councils of the ancient Church and adopting initially the name "Anglican Church of North America", they placed themselves under the jurisdiction of the retired bishop of Springfield, Illinois, the Right Reverend Albert Chambers.
In January 1978 Bishop Chambers expanded that jurisdiction and devolved it upon others, by taking order for the consecration of four more bishops. From these four bishops have come two jurisdictions, the Anglican Catholic Church and the Anglican Province of Christ the King, which now maintain orthodox Anglicanism in North America and beyond. Bishop Chambers died in 1993. His steadfast faith and courage earned him a notable place in the history of world Anglicanism.
1975: General Synod votes that there is “no fundamental objection” to the ordination of women to the priesthood.
1978: A motion to bring forward legislation to remove the barriers to the ordination of women to the priesthood and their consecration as bishops fails at General Synod.
originally posted by: ManyMasks
a reply to: The GUT
What about this new plant of the star Barnard, the say when the new equipment goes online they will be able to study its biology, 6 light years away means it the closest to us i think.
We are being conditioned for something coming i believe www.bbc.co.uk...
The goal of the program -- Computational Simulation of Online Social Behavior (SocialSim) is to develop what the agency calls “innovative technologies for high-fidelity computational simulation of online social behavior. SocialSim will focus specifically on information spread and evolution. Current computational approaches to social and behavioral simulation are limited in this regard.”
originally posted by: Jukiodone
Fairly good video recreation of the Nimitz affair.
Can see no reason to doubt Fravor's testimony but would always suspect "test" involving submarine releasing a classified drone rather than aliens who mastered endo/exoatmospheric locomotion- but are then snuck up on by a super carrier group.
Just think about the forward sensing capability requirement when you can accelerate to 50G instantaneously....
originally posted by: olaru12
Not to mention the rituals you will be involved in and not even know it. Strange loops indeed....
originally posted by: The GUT
The media coordination push continues. It's this coordination as much as the IC makeup of TTSA that screams psyop of some sort. Either that or Disclosure.
I know which one I'm betting on. From your friendly neighborhood Mockingbird: WaPo.
The question is why do so many cults, new age beliefs tie themselves up with the UFO phenomenon. Why is it so prevalent in the United States? Most of ufology elsewhere is more scientific and by nature a lot more sceptical. Americans meanwhile are served up sci-fi stories that are often quite frankly ridiculous. Yet fractions of the population choose to believe these stories and dismiss the reality of conventional wisdom.
Even "disclosure" is always assumed to have to come from the US Government. The same government that has allegedly lied for the past 70 years. How ironic is that?
originally posted by: The GUT
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
Says the guy who says his body and mind was infiltrated and co-opted by a multitude of some sort of tiny other-intelligence and—in between changing his theory widely and wildly—has gone on at length about plasma-beings just to bring up a couple of your rather odd notions based on nothing more than your eccentric opinion.
You’re hardly in a position to soapbox, Kev.