A Geopolitical and Economic Crisis is on the Horizon

newtofaith

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There will be a housing crisis and all the satanists have been encouraging people to buy recently. In the UK we had the government introduce a stamp duty holiday; this encouraged so many people to buy. The market went insane.
The satanists knew this would happen. They want people in debt so that they can ensure more people are on state income and therefore compliant.
GGGRRRRR!!!!!
 

JSTyler

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Or a cardboard box? ;)
You can actually buy prefab cardboard homes...key word being "you".

I still plan on my mansion being half residency, half kennel. Surrounded by ever-living, clean and happy, talking dogs is definately one of those checklist items for me. Now, if that's an actual thing or not is up to God and His capable Carpenter...but here's to hoping.
 

Ghoti Ichthus

Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
You can actually buy prefab cardboard homes...key word being "you".

I still plan on my mansion being half residency, half kennel. Surrounded by ever-living, clean and happy, talking dogs is definately one of those checklist items for me. Now, if that's an actual thing or not is up to God and His capable Carpenter...but here's to hoping.

I hope mine has all the cats and dogs I've ever had living inside with me. Perpetually clean and no *accidents* or fleas, etc. :smile :catball :gromit
 

Ghoti Ichthus

Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
Think some people have taken to living in travel trailers. The ridiculous prices of homes has caused the tiny house movement. Sad there are so few starter homes anymore being built. They are all humongous space wasting homes.

Tiny Houses, especially the nice ones, are expensive for what one gets, and getting more expensive every day. A travel trailer, unless purchased used, loses a lot of value very quickly, like buying a new versus a used car.
The shipping container houses like what I found when I searched for prefab cardboard houses :thankyou @JSTyler
weren't ridiculous. But probably need a lot of added insulation, etc. if I put one in northern Minnesota.
 

JSTyler

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I hope mine has all the cats and dogs I've ever had living inside with me. Perpetually clean and no *accidents* or fleas, etc. :smile :catball :gromit
It was the talking animals that really drew me in to the Chronicles of Narnia. I sure hope Lewis was on to something there.

Mrs. Beaver, "Oh, you'll be thanking me later. It's a long journey, and Beaver gets pretty cranky when he's hungry."
Mr. Beaver, "I'm cranky now!"
 

BlessedAssurance

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It was the talking animals that really drew me in to the Chronicles of Narnia. I sure hope Lewis was on to something there.

Mrs. Beaver, "Oh, you'll be thanking me later. It's a long journey, and Beaver gets pretty cranky when he's hungry."
Mr. Beaver, "I'm cranky now!"
I totally read those lines in their voices. :laugh

If you watched Prince Caspian after the LWW movie, you might remember the scene where Lucy sees a bear and starts talking to it. The bear doesn't talk back though, as she expects. Instead it charges at her and gets shot with an arrow. Lucy asks, "Why didn't he stop?" Trumpkin answers, "I suspect he was hungry. You might find Narnia a more savage place than you remember." This scene describes how the world, animals, trees, and everything in it had declined since the years before. It reminded me of how creation must have been at first, compared to how it has become now.

Tolkien had many similar ideas as Lewis did. In Lord of the Rings, the trees were mentioned that they could talk too. It's interesting to think about!
 
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