Dowsing during corona madness - this is WW3

lone_flyer

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Dear Dowsers,

You can imagine my pleasure when the mountains
were empty because obedient people that follow
official instructions are locked in home
thinking they are protected following official instructions.

While I can be alone in the mountains.

This is a once in the lifetime opportunity
to be alone in forest areas very near big urban centers.

They are obvious places for people wanting
a safe place to bury valuables
that is close to their homes.

There was only one problem: wildlife!

At first you will be happily amused by wild deer,
but your blood will freeze when you see marks of
wild boar so close to the urban areas
that it was unimaginable before the lock down.

and you have only a pocket knife!

In talking to various experts in the world we reached a consensus
that corona is an American secret weapon unleashed upon the world
and upon the not-so-elite Americans (Yes, that is probably you)

So chaos would be here and American elite (I am talking about the elite,
not about you Mr. John Smith) could resume ruling
the world after this chaos and blame the Chinese.

The weapon is strongest on impact, and it weakens with each transmission.

Cure is not hard to procure because the actual attack is in the
propaganda ..and not in the invective agent.

Out of the few real cases, american elite owned media spins
panic in the whole world, trying to use the situation to its own
advantage.

The Chinese are happy to be a victim of the attack because they
have an excuse to tighten controls. China is about to blow up
because well off young people are really fed up with communism there.

So Chinese elite can only keep their mouths shut and
make even greater oppression.

But in any case, use your once in a lifetime dowsing opportunity
when lock down happens in your area.

We all know how digging takes a huge amount of time, so it is better
if there is nobody near you.

But people that do see you will not be
"snitches" because sneaking out in corona times is a sign that
you are probably not a cry baby looking for your "safe space",
so even those that see you may offer a hand!
 

smokeythecat

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I have two or three places I can go and maybe a new one. If it rains tonight I may try it tomorrow. If there are monsters in the woods, I am not sure my digging shovel will dissuade them from trying to get me.
 

elh

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I have two or three places I can go and maybe a new one. If it rains tonight I may try it tomorrow. If there are monsters in the woods, I am not sure my digging shovel will dissuade them from trying to get me.

Monsters ?? Down South the monsters are calle '' Old Bloody Bones ''. The grownups would tell that to get the young ones shaking from fright, especially at night to make them quit laughing and talking and go to sleep. ;D;D
 

smokeythecat

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My mom used to tell me a story about something HER mother used to tell her. Apparently, in rural Louisiana (now I want to watch a Bigfoot movie), anyway, there was an old lady who lived down the one section of road. Maybe old and alone, who knows. Or a rural myth. So when my mom was young (in the 1920's), her mom would tell her not to go down there because "old Edna Raines" lived down there! Mom's been gone 13 years now. Some time back I looked at the 1920 census for that county and lo and behold there was a lady by that name who lived on that road! (I changed the name here.)
 

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