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  1. JMS

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    Hello members

    I am really pleased to have found this forum. For a few years now, I have been researching what may happen in the end times and have come across all kinds of scenarios.

    It will be interesting indeed to read all of your posts and participate. I'm looking forward to getting to know you all.
     
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  2. jeager

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    "end times" ?

    I'm looking forward to knowing you also.
    Got a bit of background about yourself.
    If you want of course.
    I'm retired police, retired engineer, garden, hunt, fish, preserve foods, garden, hunt, fish,..........................:D
     
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  3. Keith H.

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    Good day JMS, & welcome to this forum.
    Keith.
     
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  4. JMS

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    Nothing too great or interesting about me. I was in the catering trade for most of my working life. I lived in Egypt for 9 years and was there during the Arab uprising. I'm now back in the UK with my two dogs. I write short stories now and am looking into self-publishing.

    I have been interested in history most of my life and researched Ancient Egypt for many years. My research specialised in pre-dynastic history. I'm currently writing a novel set in Ancient Egypt.

    I'm interested in the Mandela effect, the Georgia guide stones, the 'obliquity of the ecliptic' and the conspiracy theories of the One World Order'. I think that certain world problems have been orchestrated. I do think that we are in the end times now, and I have no idea how that will come to pass. Whether it be by Gods hand or those people in power. What I do know though, is that something is going on, and it's not good.
     
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  5. Keith H.

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    I agree, something is in the wind & it is not good.
    Always helpful to know where people live, I was born in the UK so I know a little about it. But for over 40 years now I have been living in Australia.
    Regards, Keith.
     
  6. Clara1993

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    no wonder why you're an expert Mr Jeager :) Big up to you
    A warm welcome to MJS we're looking Forward to read from you as well :)
     
  7. Clara1993

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    That's more than interesting Dear :)
    And I'm sure All people includding me who will have the chance to read this post will want to follow you
    the last paragraph of this post almost scared me but Then I rememberd something back in past , Since the year 2000 people used to say That the end of the world is closer some people were really ready and I know someone who killed himself because he didn't want to see the end of the World in 2000 now 17 years have passes and people still saying that the world is ending, So in my opinions this is the Idea of people who live in the future and I prefer to live the present and take advantage of every minute I'm granted. you should do the same Don't live in fear
     
  8. kgord

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    Hi JMS and welcome to the forum! I think you will be a great addition. It is always nice to have new people and new points of view. I am looking forward to reading your posts. It is important to hear from others.
     
  9. jeager

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    Thanks but I recall a joke about what an "ex-spert" is.
    A has been drip!:D:D

    But I do have some knowledge. The trick is to be able to USE that knowledge.
    I merely try.
    Oh, and just jeager, not Mister. It's even mispelled. j e a g e r , not j a e g e r
    But I'm stuck with it.
    While it may be literally translated as "hunter", in German-speaking statesduring the early modern era, the term Jäger was used to describe skirmishers, scouts, sharpshooters and runners

    I took the handle as I'm a hunter, was a "sniper" thus "sharpshooter" among a couple dozen
    other skills.
    Over 30 certifications from the Ohio Police Officer Training Academy and I can't even remember
    all the other training courses + two college degrees.

    I may not be done yet.
    Kent State University is only 7 miles from my home and being disabled I can attend classes for free.
    I won't get credits but I don't need anymore.
    About being disabled. 13 very serious injuries and 9 months in rehab but I walk just fine now.
    I have been very blessed. I could still be in a chair.
     
  10. jeager

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    Just thought of something about the public.
    The public sees a cop driving around in a shiny new police car drinking coffee and think
    " my wasted tax dollars".
    They don't see that same officer 5 minutes later fighting for his life!
    Ohhhhh, well.
    When I got my back broken for the 4th time and spent weeks in the hospital I didn't get
    one get well card from anyone.
    I lost my right knee two years AFTER I took my disability.
    An old injury, not properly diagnosed let to the knee joint literally ROTTING.
    Almost killed me.
    After the infection was under control the knee was replaced.
    Then there was the broken wrist and blood poisoning...............................................

    NO ONE is ever going to cause me physical damage again.
    I'm armed and really, really, ticked off.

    Oh! Did I mention being put on TRIAL 4 times?????????????????

    ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Awful!

    I won of course but it was horrible.
     
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  11. Clara1993

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    I didn't mispelled your Name you can look back it's Jeager right? :)
    Anyway I choose To comment just to let you know that I'm proud of your courage and I wish you a complete recovery and I hope to read more one day about your disability it sounds interesting.
     
  12. jeager

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    It's me that misspelled the name.
    My "disability" isn't interesting, it's painful.:confused:
    I was a police officer for over 2 decades in a crime ridden city that was at least 50% "ethnic" and being white
    and a cop, I was not ........................... ah,...............appreciated.
    Never mind that we didn't contact anyone unless someone called and requested police.
    Then we show up to settle a dispute or take a report and get abused.
    13 serious injuries in a little over 22 years, 4th broken back put me in rehab learning to use my
    paralyzed left leg and walk again.
    Both hands broken, 3 concussions, both knees blown out, one has an stainless steel implant complete
    with screws and bolts. :(
    I was a detective for 10 years, 3 of those as chief of investigations, then Lt. shift commander and
    S.W.A.T. officer, designated sniper, firearms instructor, yadda, yadda.
    Disabled at age 48. After rehab I went to college, earned 2 degrees and retired again from General
    Motors.
    I ain't lazy.:p
     
  13. Clara1993

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    Oh My God! This one made me shed tears! Oh My God ! I'm speachless really But I like you and all the survivals Do really you're a hero :) I'll learn to pray and I'll be praying for you, You're going to be okay :)
    guys seriousely I live in bizarre world and you can't imagine how intrigued I am to be here with people like You:)
    I think Your story can motivate a lot of young people, I'm blessed to be one of those who got the chance to read it so far :-(
    you deserve to get well dear :)
    Don't worry medecine is improving You'll be at your feet again, Salute to you :)
     
  14. jeager

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    Thanks Clara but I'm o.k. now.
    9 months in rehab did wonders.
    I still have pain 24/7 but when bad enough over the counter pain relief is o.k and in winter
    a heating pad.
    The injuries ruined by police career but I went to school, eared a couple degrees and retired
    a 2nd time from General Motors.:D
    After all I am a survivor.;)
     
  15. Clara1993

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    I'm impressed and you'll be even Much better :) Just Keep us on track of your journey to recover We'll be happy to know how you're doing, Fellow survivor :)
    and I wish I knew how to pray so that I can pray for your pain too, But miracles happen dear one day You'll wake up and fell better without Pains, Ameen ;-)
     
  16. jeager

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    Praying is easy.
    Just talk to the God of your understanding.
    There may be wrong things to pray for but no wrong way to pray.
     
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