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Anyone know of any huge sun activity that can explain massive Internet outages across Australia?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ivor Carter Jan 14, 2015. 5 Replies

Our internet service provider Telstra Bigpond is having huge issues with outages across Australia. Yes I can get on through my phone but Wireless has been out all day and some people saying they…Continue

Fear Of Public Places - Any Ideas?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ivor Carter Jun 4, 2014. 21 Replies

Hi allI have a fear of going into some public places.Last weekend I had to go to a Farmer's Market to get groceries for my wifeUsually she comes with me and i'm fairly ok but this time I was really…Continue

 

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I am a musician and spiritual seeker. Specifically the Kryon (Lee Carroll work) as well as some others.
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Kryon. Bashar,

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At 3:38am on May 29, 2014, Jody Freitas said…
Hi Ivar, my name is Jody.:-) Welcome! I know this feeling you describe. I have it too. I believe ,from what I have read and feel, that we are empaths. Do you know what this is? A person who has the ability to feel energy. It protects us. When we are in a large crowd we are bombarded with everyones energy. We want to get out of there. Does this sound right to you? :-)
 
 
 

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