Sharing Our Global Experience: A Message from Tally in the Cayman Islands

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Sharing Our Global Experience: A Message from Tally in the Cayman Islands

by Tally, written from the Cayman Islands
April 10, 2020

Tally will share occasional updates as things unfold.

 

Hi Kathleen,

I am here because of my sister passing and taking care of her estate.  I’m living in the Dominican Republic and didn’t realize that the DR had closed it’s borders so soon….so I am trapped here.  I guess that term is a little strong….but it’s true…if you can’t leave you are trapped.

It looks like the Govt. just moved the goal posts back.  They were talking about the end of April and now the end of May to open up the airport.  They have closed down Western Union on some flimsy excuse that people won’t keep their six foot distance…but the grocery stores are open and every one is keeping their six foot distance.  Also it appears that wire transfers through the banking system are not working for the past few days …maybe that’s just a glitch.

The Govt. just brought in 200,000 Carona testing kits. Enough to test everyone 3 times.  It appears that the Govt. is ramping up to test 500 people a day. https://www.caymancompass.com/2020/04/08/no-new-covid-cases-plans-for-widespread-testing/  Any one that is partially conscious knows that these tests are bogus and will result in many false positives.  What will be the outcome of a rise in cases testing positive….the Zombies will go hysteric…probably total lock down…..and what ever else our masters want to do to us.  LOL

At the moment they split the Alphabet in half and people can go to the grocery every other day, except Sunday.  Sunday is total lockdown….I love that term….the Zombies don’t get it.  All other days there is a curfew from 7 pm until 6am…but if you are out on non essential business you can get fined or possible jail sentence.

The Cayman Islands are a British territory. Grand Cayman 7 x 20 miles long.   Here not to long ago they released GMO mosquitos.  The results I have not been able to find out.  Some people are saying there is an increase of cancer on the Island….just hearsay.  That just shows you that the Govt. has no qualms about conducting experiments on their own people.

I have been awake for 17 years now….I knew this was coming and it caught me off guard.  I should be with my two daughters in the DR…not stuck here….oh well that’s the way the cookie crumbles. LOL   I am staying with my sisters friend.  She has a TV…they are running commercials  making people feel so good about their “lockdown”….the Zombies are loving it, doing their part.  LOL  I hate television…..

Thanks for letting me vent….  and with them bringing in 200,000 test kits.. just wanted others to know…will be interesting to see what happens next.

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[As a way to allow us to connect with one another and to know we are not alone, I invite all readers to share their personal experience here — especially current updates about specific life experiences related to global events or awakening. The unfolding attempt to fully dominate humanity is stressing us all, whether we anticipated it or not. Yet, this is also a time of miracles, of people finding their strength and voice, and of amazing kindness. Others would benefit from hearing your story. Please use the email address on the contact page to share your own experience. Of course, you may choose to remain anonymous or use a pen name. The comment area below the article is also available  (there’s a limit to message length in comment area) to share your thoughts, questions and personal experiences.  — Kathleen]

Comments(2)

  • Jennie
    April 15, 2020, 1:31 pm

    I don’t share online very much but this got me thinking about how alone most of us feel who are awake. I live in a small town in Montana and have to drive a long way for supplies. In my town no one wears a mask or even talks much except about how it affects jobs. It helps to hear from people around the world. I feel very isolated. Thank you for writing something to share with all of us out here.

  • Sean
    April 12, 2020, 2:48 pm

    I’m in the US and have some awake friends but no one near me. My military connections allow me to continue to move around but I’ve found for many years that I don’t enjoy traveling. The dehumanizing airport security has been there since 9/11. It’s great to hear a voice from someone who is so aware. I like this idea of sharing about our local situations. I’ll send in something soon. Peace.