I believe that we’ve finally reached a stage where there are orgonite field reports concerning farming and fishing from places in addition to East Africa 😎 . As of now, April 22, 2018, there are no new fishing reports but I’m hoping there will be, very soon. There are a… Read more »
Paco of orgonita.eu has gotten new data from a farmer whom he works with in Spain and asked me to set up new categories for such reports, so here we are.
He’s being blocked from posting here, again, so I’m doing it for him. His greenhouse business in Regina is a pretty old, established and reputable institution so of course there’s no excuse:: ” Still have not received approval for building permit application, seems the excuse being used is that the poly… Read more »
click here for full size Hi guys, we had a fun day today gifting Boulder, Colorado. As you can see we got buzzed by a helicopter flying real close in what turned out to be an interesting photo. Enjoy 😎 More will follow. Carlos
Carlos Silva, notoriously of http://orgonite-portugal.com has arrived and is in the process of rescuing me from tech oblivion, right now. He’s teaching me to post photos from my phone, which is something I had considered beyond reach.
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 »
I’ll get around to adding a link to his autobiobraphy http://credomutwa.com/credo-mutwa-biography/biography-01/ as soon as someone who is computerate is available to help me get past the NSA bridge trolls who manage to stand in the way of most of my puny internet efforts 😉 . Carlos will be here from Portugal… Read more »
A fellow in Russia directly asked me that after we discussed flying a bit–he’s found parachuting to be quite spiritual and wanted to know more about paragliding, hence the context of my reply: Russians might be the best aviators, like English are arguably the best sailors, historically (Portugese the best… Read more »
I’ve been recommending Miles Mathis’ research papers to most of the people I correspond with because, like Jeff Miller and Gregg Hallett, he’s writing about an important and timely subject almost entirely alone, for now. For example, Jeff’s the only living soul who is collecting published evidence to show that… Read more »
Sergio in New Jersey wants to get started, flinging orgonite, and he contacted me to ask whether the clouds in his attached photos were Sylphs (they’re magnificent examples!). He went to the beach at Sandy Hook to watch the seals that day. I did see seals in the distance in… Read more »