This Blog Is Open To Questions

Instead of me posting my subjects for the blog I am asking for your ideas.

I have decided to open the blog to anyone who has a quake or bio sensitivity question please ask. You  can either post it here or send me a private email at charking@viser.net       I want this blog to be a source of information you can use to get the most relevant information about quakes, predictions, forecasts and solar flares as well as symptoms and what they mean.

I will respond to all questions within 24 hours or less.  If I do not have the answer I assure you I will find it and post the information.
Thanks for your help.

Charlotte  May 24, 2016

 

 

 

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2 Responses to This Blog Is Open To Questions

  1. smseattle says:

    Charlotte, could you tell us about keeping a diary? I find myself thinking that “I should write that down”, but then I don’t do that. If you have any tips about keeping a diary or otherwise recording the things we sense, I would love to hear them. Thanks!

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    • charking1946 says:

      I am going to post this as a update instead of a reply because I want to add a photo and can’t do it on the reply portion of the question. Thanks so much for asking I forget sometimes when people are just starting out, its difficult to know what to do or where to look for answers. I did not have anyone to ask, and that is one of the main reasons I started this blog so sensitive’s or others who have questions, symptoms etc would not feel so alone knowing that someone has been through it and is there ready to help in any way possible.

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