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:
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):
Good luck with your next giftings!
CharlesSubscribe Share on Facebook