Monthly Archives: March 2018

Brussels sprouts on orgonite!


Bonjour, goeiedag from Brussels! I have been visiting Brussels again with lots of tb’s. They get gifted pretty quick as its an immense zone full of targets! From medieval fort castles, to evil royalty and the europoid maffia, big suburbs and tall corporate sky needles, although their new trend is… Read more »

“Tom just surfed so much harder than anyone else…but he separated himself with his grace under pressure, especially in Hawaiian surf.”


    “From around 1987 until about 1992, Tom Carroll was one of the guys at Pipeline who was so good, other people would get out to watch. That caliber of surfing is rare. Gerry Lopez had that effect. Kelly Slater had it for a long time. John John Florence… Read more »

Lydiane with QuebecOrgone Interview


Recently, Lydiane with Quebecorgone was a guest on In Other News, a great opportunity to continue amplifying the voices of etheric warriors. I have a succor punch made by Lydiane.  At the time, I had moved to a new neighborhood and had some opportunities to put it to the test. The results were impressive. The… Read more »

Matthew Clement Lost in China


For new readers: Gare Clement is one of the most prolific orgonite flingers on the planet and has worked extensively on two continents, starting in 2001. Yesterday, he told me that his son, Matthew, hasn’t been heard from since he entered China and was  waiting for a connecting flight in… Read more »

Common Sense


“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defense of custom. But the tumult soon subsides. Time makes more converts than reason.” Thomas Paine, from “Common Sense”, 1776     September 14, 2016… Read more »

Sufficient Rainfall in Kisumu


Right now all the works of gifting which Mrs, O did sometimes back around Kisumu has caused a positive outcome. The while area is now flooded because of the sufficient rainfall. Despite the fact that quite majority of the people are now being evicted because of the flood but farming… Read more »

Gifting in Kisumu


Kisumu is one of the most sensitive areas where we must concentrate our effort. Yesterday I together with my team we manage to gift around the Lake, where some of the fishermen got stacked two weeks ago. Some of the fishermen boat capsized and two fishermen perished in the lake…. Read more »

It’s March, 2018, and, in case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a war on, and the Bad Guys are losing it.


“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in… Read more »