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(thank you. Thank you that’s helpful) (OK) LynnCan you tell us if “Pindar” is still the king of the Draco’s and where is he today and what are his functions regarding our current planetary liberation Cobra? COBRAOK. I would not agree with the information that Pindar is the king of the Dracos. LynnCan you tell us anything about what his function is today or is he’s still around? COBRAThe Being that has that name has been removed from the Solar System. (wonderful) AaronCan you update us on the level of radiation from the nuclear plant: Fukushima? COBRAThe level of radiation has been very low and remains to be low except from very close to the Fukushima plant, I would say, 10-15 miles in diameter from the plant the radiation is still above normal but everywhere else it is quite OK. AaronOK he says: Is it harming people in Japan and surrounding countries? COBRAIt is not.
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S.? COBRAOK, this is something that cannot be stopped. Again, this can be delayed but at a certain point the light forces will have so much power in this situation that those arrests will continue and escalate into The Event. (thank you) AaronWhen will we, as sovereign individuals be able to call & physically summon our spiritual guides & space brothers without being punished or killed by our current dark controllers? COBRAAfter The Event. (OK) LynnWhat are the names of the mainGuardian ET races” that will physically come to aide & guide humanity immediately after the solar Pulse known as “The Event”? COBRAFirst of course, the Pleiadians and then later the Sirians, the Andromedans, The Arcturians and some other races which are a little bit less known. (thank you) AaronNow that Yaldabaoth’s plasma effects have been diminished (or are they gone now), what is the situation with the strangelet and toplet bombs? Is it possibly much safer to eliminate the controls over humans with regard to the implants we carry? COBRAWho claims that it is gone now.
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That's the bifurcation there. But when I think about movies in relation to the current moment, the thing that shows me is this: Earlier I said that movies are always a year behind the times and that is true except in one weird way. Movies have a way of anticipating what's going to happen. It's almost like they are dreams or something. It's like some kind of unconscious knowing about something. For example, you get movies about the recession before the recession happened. There is an interesting Michelle Phillips movie by Kelly Reichardt. I forgot the name of the movie. But anyway, it's about a woman and a dog but it's all about the recession. That movie was made a year before the recession. So you get movies that are predicting things. If you look at what movies are about now, or what are the dominant strands of our movies, they're all about life after the apocalypse and they’re about civic chaos.
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