There has been a lot of large-scale orgonite work in Italy, beginning in 2001 in the mountains where I think one of the first Sylphs were then photographed. At the time, he owned a sign business in Queens, New York, and was vacationing in his hometown in Italy. We were corresponding quite a lot but I can’t recall his name at the moment. It’s in my old journal reports.
Silvio Nocerino has been committed to doing this mainly throughout Tuscany for many years and before that he was living in England and exploring orgonite’s effects in the field, then. One of his main focuses has been institutional work and discerning how all of that relates to the earth’s lines of subtle energy–a sort of macro-acupuncture. Busting the death towers along the way is a prerequisite that I think most of us follow in the field and it’s not surprising that death towers and weather weaponry are often installed in earth energy vortices. Mecca’s once-lovely cultural landscape is now littered with this weaponry, for instance (busted by Jane Ngugi of Uganda). Italy may be unique regarding the large number of medieval and Renaissance architectural targets, also the WWII human sacrifice targets and Tuscany is an historic crossroad for European cultural migrations.
Igor Cinti and John Leach, many years ago, thoroughly gifted the Vatican and all of the Jesuit landmarks in and around Rome, including the catacombs that were first used by the Etruscans. A group in Southern Italy has worked systematically in that region, though at the time I was corresponding with one of them we didn’t yet have adequate translation programs and none of them were conversant in English. Most people who do this work don’t contact us, of course, so reputable people who are willing to write field reports for the public record are precious, in my opinion.
Andrea Pellagalli in Perugia started a dynamic orgonite gifting forum, orgoneitalia.it, and we’ve been corresponding often. His English is fluent but I recommend the hideous NSA’s translate.google.com for reading just about anything on the web accurately. We might as well use the enemy’s spy tools to our own advantage and in appropriate ways, right?
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