Finding broken links

In the articles you can read on this site there are links to other articles on this site and links to other websites.

It often happens that information from another site is not found (the link is "broken").

This can happen:

If they have just moved it, we can find it again by searching on that site.

If it has been removed, it can often be found using the archive.org website.

Archive.org is a website that periodically saves the content of all the sites on the internet, so it is possible to consult content that has already been deleted.

When we go to it and give it the address of the information we are looking for, it shows us the dates on which the content was saved and we can choose which one we want to see.

In Spain there is a convent of nuns (Poor Clares) who have declared that there is no pope since Pius XII. As a result, their "bishop" has stolen their bank accounts and is trying to expel them from their monasteries. He says they had less than 6,000 euros. (Even more shameful act, for stealing good poor nuns of what little money they had. They are poor: they had to mortgage one of their monasteries). They ask for support (money, materials or diffusion of their situation). Their website is tehagoluz.com and their Instagram account.

As you can see, on 6/14/2024 I've added many articles.

In Spain you can buy sea water at cheap price at any diet store and some supermarkets. Examples: this diet store, this pharmacy (at higher price), this supermarket.

There is also an organic bakery making bread with sea water and sells it too.

There are 5 companies bottling and selling sea water because there is a lot of people drinking sea water on a daily basis.

If you at your country become a critical mass of people interested in sea water, companies offering it will arise.

So, it's in your hands, sharing this information meeting your friends, by phone or social networks, to make the conditions where these companies will appear and make sea water even more available to all the people.

Work in progress.

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