The efforts of Antwerp continued

     

Hi everyone on EW,

When I’m not in Brussels for further gifting, I enjoy cycling flinging some more around my place in Antwerp.

Showing only one thing, the cost of the tb’s! No gas, only wheels, intuition and yeah some fruit fuel all the way.

Gifting is for me the most empowering thing rather than reading books or getting grades/ study papers. I do also like to have more free space on my walls in my bureau. They will also get you old before you really enjoyed being much out in the open. Take this with my grain of salt ofc.

Making and feeling orgonite (the real metallic ones, not the desk paperweights which are overflooding society)is one thing but being able to continue dropping them where they are needed is another thing.

I’m realy glad I learned it all from our past forum. So, thank you for having written those epic reports back then!

Today I went back south next to the river “Scheldt”, its a region with a lot of stone quarries (Boom) so also very prone to the symbolism of not-so free masonry (example Sean STONE).

Check out the doors of the second cemetary I gifted today. If, we have any musical expert, could anyone maybe help me out telling me which melody is written in “solfeggio” on that gate? I don’t have Cubase anymore. Like for example, Mozart and the “Zauberflüte” (the magic flute)? Which was a masonic work.

On those doors you can all recognise things all around your place. Well, to put it literally, there are now tb’s as symbols next to them!

Here is the gifting of Niel, you will see a modern castle (Aartselaar), a church, cellies, a festival and the big leyline running from the cathedral of Antwerp till the church of Boom:

https://postimg.cc/gallery/1kw2m4c3g/

Yesterday I got on with the gifting of Schelle (they waved an accident on the way back home, a motorbike hit a car on a square in Lier, so luckily no human injuries only materialism parts destroyed):

https://postimg.cc/gallery/21c8bftj0/

Good luck with your next giftings!

Charles

7 thoughts on “The efforts of Antwerp continued

  1. Cyclingflinger Post author

    Continuing the gifting effort to the North of Antwerp. I’ve had the luck to be able to gift the most flemish town of the Netherlands. A big fortification town where many battles found place in history. Called Hulst which means Holly in english. It has the same form as the battlements.

    Here is a short summary. Hulst had city rights in the 12th century then overtaken from the Spanish by Maurice of Orange (Nassau house). It was recaptured by Archduke Albert of Austria in 1596. In 1645 with the siege of Hulst, that was led by the Prince of Orange during the eighty year wars with Spain (1568-1648). It became back dutch (as we all think off? just another dictator in the same colour?). There was another siege during the napoleonic wars, so it was an outstanding place to gift!

    The last fortification that was built was a star fort (hence the occult meaning) that are historic examples of dutch fortifications.

    I could suspect that the most evil bulwarks were amplified with cellies right on the same angles (leylines). The point of the basilisk church has a very draconian vibe.

    I could find those draconian energies back in Bergen Op Zoom and the military base of Woensdrecht on the other side of the river Scheldt. BOZ has also a star in the middle of the town.

    On the 1,2,3 of June there is a big musical festival called Vestrock (Stronghold rock). So, I got my orgonite out right in time!

    There was a huge fanfare trumpet cortege in town so I concentrated on the bulwarks.

    Gifted a lot of other targets in Belgium (Beveren, Vrasene, Sint-Gillis-Waas) while arriving at Hulst and going international gifting. the Dutch agents really enjoys when Belgians bypass the border to do some gifting!

    They can’t have U ground bases everywhere near the border …

    Here are the pics, enjoy:

    https://postimg.cc/gallery/2q13idlv2/

    Charles

    PS: As always, keep making more gifting gains!!

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  2. Cyclingflinger Post author

    Thank you Karen. I always like to combine both to see the climatological progress over time.

    While curing some more simple orgonite for Brussels. I’ve wanted to have a quick gifting run near the dutch military base of Woensdrecht, Hoogerheide up in the north.

    Gifting the towns nearby a base are always a good way to add more positive vibes around an underground complex. It was a success as I encountered an agent after gifting a church with a belonging graveyard.
    All people around moved in and out about getting on with their daily influenced life. The agent no, he stops stares at you and won’t move, only studying your moves and evidently phoning. This time it wasn’t a vile fat angry woman waiting and looking meanly from her white Opel Corsa at the border in Putte. This time it was a disguised cyclist on a racing bicycle. I got a second confirmation when he tried to bypass me when riding back home to Belgium. Sneaking up to people without any ringing bell sound. Then he just turned the opposite way. I belief it was to see that I was going back home, as they don’t like to have Belgians around their bases.

    Gifted some antennas around the municipal swimming pool and cop shop. I will have to cast other forms of tb’s as the dutch are very eager to save up money, especially with traffic poles, they are way thinner than here in example.

    Also had a snap at this local company from Amsterdam called Hema. It’s a standard abbreviation for Hollands society unity prices of Amsterdam (Hollandse Eenheidsprijzen Maatschappij Amsterdam) . But the deeper significance of this is literally blood store. Hematite is also called the bloodstone. From its iron content while cutting. It also rimes in the subconscious with the egyptian word for magic(k), Kema. No wonder they have so many stores even here in Belgium too.

    I also took the opportunity to reput a set of pictures from our last forum where I nailed the base with earth needles all the way. Those pics were sabotaged after one week or so when I remember. You can clearly see commercial planes being worked on(into spewers). They call it plainly, aircraft maintenance?

    Here are the new gifting pics from Hoogerheide:
    https://postimg.cc/gallery/j933wvn2/

    The older ones:
    https://postimg.cc/gallery/362dq2qzy/

    Charles

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  3. Karen W Allred

    Great photos, I get to see Europe free of charge! Keep up the brave, courageous work Charles. Your hard work for our planet is noted. I live in Idaho and have only gifted 8 in my city, where there are 26 cell towers in a 4 mile radius. Unbelievable why there are so many in such a small city…thanks again for all you’re doing for humanity

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  4. Cyclingflinger Post author

    Thank you Karen for your nice comment! I always like to make my gifting trips a fun and learning journey. Especially, with new places I never went to. You really learn how much people in big urbanised cities are kind of kept jailed without any barriers. I remember myself living in the city thinking everything was very far to reach? Now, living into a more rural, forest environment gets me easier to any place more than ever. A lot of gifting makes this also possible. Besides switching to a more natural way of living has given me only new personal benefits.

    I wanted to gift another city near the main air support base of the Netherlands, Woensdrecht and hopped on the bike and gifted some more!

    Ossendrecht got the full gifting load!

    Besides this base is going to purchase at least 37 new F35’s from Lockheed Martin and other monopolistic war mongering evil companies (Thales etc…). they have already two units to test on with. They don’t tell you that they got designed by Fokker (first german world war plains) in the first place! The Netherlands never stayed neutral during that world war, it was only for economical reasons and profit. Besides they also granted amnesty for Kaiser Wilhelm’s fleeing train.

    Please enjoy some more gifting pics:

    https://postimg.cc/gallery/nrd350em/

    Charles

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