“Reason obeys itself; and ignorance submits to whatever is dictated to it.”

“Reason obeys itself; and ignorance submits to whatever is dictated to it.”

Thomas Paine

 

 

 

It’s September, 2018, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime. Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion, which holds that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind“, I’ve appended several recent examples below to support it.

In response to this unprecendented resurgence of Life, what we euphemistically call “secret agents” are engaged in ongoing animal-killing operations, in an attempt to prop up the failing and wholly-fraudulent “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying” Confidence game on behalf of the barely-closeted Death-worshippers they work for.

The words “mystery“, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

That’s why one of the articles below reads “With claims of scores of legally protected birds disappearing mysteriously over the past 15 years, experts say the population of the harrier – known as the sky dancer because of its dramatic courtship display – should number as many as 340 pairs.”

And it’s why the same article goes on to sayNatural England chairman Andrew Sells said: “The increase in hen harrier chicks this year is truly remarkable.”

It doesn’t mention that the booming harrier population is part of a wider global trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.”

The same technique is used in all four articles, below. Actually, if I had extra money, I’d offer it as a prize to anyone who can find an article of any sort – other than my own, of course – mentioning that any booming, burgeoning population is part of a larger, wider trend.

I’d keep the money, because the news blackout on the subject is global, and complete, and quite standardized, and that refusal to even address the subject will be one of their downfalls, just as the subject of Orgonite will be.

I’d encourage any who might doubt to go onto any What To Think “Truthteller” website (a la Rense, Alex Jones, ad infinitum), and type the word “Orgonite” into the search box. There will be Nothing. No articles to praise, and none to damn.

That’s just a big old hole to send a runner through, from my perspective. And so I just have, and will continue to.

If you’ve made it all the way to this Obscure Internet Forum and aren’t distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, I can only say, dive on in, the water’s fine.

What makes this forum great is the documentation of the ever-expanding global production and distribution of tactical Orgonite, developed by Don and Carol Croft. I think that Hans Karl Welz invented it, and then Don and Carol improved it. Someone else here on the forum said it really eloquently, recently, I’ll try to get the time to find the quote.

From my perspective, Don and Carol modified an expensive device that few could afford into one that has great power and efficacy and yet is also low-cost. Don Bradley’s “slimline” TB’s cost, heaven knows, just a few dollars, and were about the size of a Reese’s cup. And painted camo! I’ve got three left – one in a houseplant and two on top of my beer kegs in my kegerator.

There are great, epochal positive changes underway at every level of our reality at this time, and I’m going with the explanation is that the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of Orgonite in the wider environment is unknitting and transforming the global network of Death energy patiently built and expanded for literally Millenia by our about-to-be-former Dark masters, who have ruled us from the shadows all the way back to Babylon, and before. Versus us entering “the Photon Belt”, a “higher-energy” region of the Universe.

That’s an outrageous bit of propaganda from a couple of decades ago, now, for those who have been paying attention. In retrospect, that was a thin plausible-deniability excuse put forward on the doorstep of Orgonite’s unmaking of the whole black enterprise.

I’m sorry if I’ve rambled on. Thanks for coming all the way here and reading this post.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 5, 2018 – Antlered deer harvest in Western North Carolina hits record high

Deer hunters in the mountains bagged a record high number of antlered bucks this past hunting season, following a 10-year trend of “exponential” growth.

According to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, hunters reported a total 161,854 white-tailed deer (antlered, button bucks and does) killed, or harvested, across the state during the 2017-2018 hunting season, an increase of 8 percent from the 2016-2017 season.

This matched the increase for District 9, which includes most of Western North Carolina from Buncombe County west to the Tennessee border.

But the harvest of antlered bucks in WNC was 60 percent higher than the 10-year average, said Jonathan Shaw, wildlife biologist with the Wildlife Commission, based in Raleigh.

There were 4,371 antlered bucks – considered a coveted, trophy species – reported killed this past season, up 12.7 percent from the 2016-17 season, and up 93 percent from 2008 when 2,270 were harvested in District 9.

One reason for the sharp increase is that the numbers started low a decade ago, Shaw said, but they are still impressive.

(Huh? What? No, they were “normal”, for that time. This excuse is a classic Satanic inversion.  -ed)

Antlered buck numbers also hit a record high in District 8, which includes Yancey, Mitchell and Rutherford counties east to Catawba County. There were 8,007 harvested in 2017 last year, up from 7,158 in 2016 and 5,735 from 2008, a nearly 27 percent increase over the 10-year average.

We started at a very low level and slowly built up a population over time. It’s reached a point where we started seeing some exponential growth in some places,” Shaw said.

(The article makes no mention of the fact that the booming, burgeoning deer population in Western North Carolina is part of a larger, wider phenomenon – that’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

August 1, 2018 – England’s rarest bird of prey flying high as record number of chicks take to the wing

THE majestic hen harrier – England’s most controversial bird – is flying high after a glorious summer saw a record number of chicks take to the wing.

(Can you see how they chopped up the empowering sentence and buried a shit-nugget right in the middle of it? – ed)

Arguably the most persecuted of all birds of prey because of its liking for prized grouse, the harrier has been at the centre of ongoing row between conservationists and the shooting set.

With claims of scores of legally protected birds disappearing mysteriously over the past 15 years, experts say the population of the harrier – known as the sky dancer because of its dramatic courtship display – should number as many as 340 pairs.

The past two years has only witnessed three successful nesting attempts in England per season.

Today the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs announced how 34 chicks had fledged from a total of nine nests in Lancashire, Cumbria, Northumberland and Derbyshire.

This is the highest number of fledged birds for a decade with the success put down to a series of factors, including the high number of voles, good weather and greater partnerships efforts between conservation groups, shooting estates, gamekeepers and other organisations.

(Actually, it’s rising awareness among the NPR-addicted conservation group members, awakening to the Black ops being perpetrated within their midst by turncoat members of their own organizations, that’s going to be the last nail in the coffin for heinous tactics such as those I’ve previously elucidated. – ed)

One helpful strategy used this summer has been providing “diversionary feeding” by land managers to supply young harriers with additional food, stopping their parents hunting gamebirds and other vulnerable ground-nesters.

(That can only mess things up, from my layperson’s perspective. You know, as in “don’t feed the bears”? Or “don’t feed the ducks breadcrumbs”, at your local park? – ed)

The government’s wildlife agency, Natural England, led the applause for the cooperation between grouse moors and conservationists.

Natural England chairman Andrew Sells said: “The increase in hen harrier chicks this year is truly remarkable.

“These figures are a tribute to all those working hard for the survival of this breath-taking bird and show that responsible management of grouse moors must be part of the solution.

“Reviving the fortunes of the hen harrier has been a cause close to my heart and I very much hope that we are now on the right path.

But it will take more than one good breeding season to bring about a thriving population so it’s important that there is no let-up in the efforts to conserve this magnificent bird.”

The RSPB says it played a direct role in protecting seven out of the nine successful nests – there were a total of 14 nesting attempts across England – but warn the hen harrier is still on the edge.

(Hoping their covert operatives can still get busy and send the balance back to the negative – ed)

Gareth Cunningham, RSPB’s head of species policy, said: “While we acknowledge progress, this species’ population is still at critically low levels and still vulnerable to illegal killing once birds disperse.

(Illegal killing carried out by the folks the man speaking works for – ed)

“We know that our English upland landscapes can support many more breeding pairs, indeed this is an international conservation obligation”.

Coming weeks will see a series of Hen Harrier Day rallies around the country with conservationists highlighting the continuing plight of the bird, they describe as the “most heavily persecuted in relation to population size in the UK.

(The article also makes no mention of the fact that the booming, burgeoning hen harrier population is part of a larger, wider phenomenon – that’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

August 19, 2018 – Alaska – Togiak’s slow but steady salmon run cracks record

(How can the largest such run in history be “slow”? That’s a bold, headlined-position Satanic inversion – ed)

It was more than they expected – 343 pounds of sockeye dropped into icy totes to head across the road for processing. An unprecedented number of fish has been passing through the Togiak processor this summer. On its best week, Copper River clocked 430,000 pounds of sockeye through its doors, setting a new plant record.

(As part of the standard protocol within the global news blackout surrounding the subject, the article carefully hedges by making no mention of what the previous record was, or when it was set, or the difference between the old and new records. There’s also no mention of the booming, burgeoning salmon population in Alaska being part of a larger, wider, trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

September 10, 2018 – Michigan – Hunter shoots record bear

Jeff Kresnak of Caledonia went into the 2017 bear season in pursuit of a big bear.

Well, he found one.

On September 14 of last year Kresnak shot the fifth-largest bear ever killed in Michigan, and the 211th-largest in all of North America.

“I went to the DNR post to have it checked in and the man said in 30 years he’s never seen a bear this large,” Kresnak said. “Bears are scored by their skull size. The DNR man suggested I have it scored by Boone and Crockett and Commemorative Bucks of Michigan.”

That’s just what Kresnak did. On July 30 his bear was accepted in the 30th North American Big Game Awards by the Boone and Crockett Club. The black bear was also recorded in the Michigan Big Game Records book.

The eight-year-old bear was estimated by the DNR to weigh between 500 and 600 pounds.

(Actual weight is obfuscated, replaced by “between 500 and 600 pounds”. As part of the standard protocol within the global news blackout on the subject, the previous record (when it was set, who set it, where it was set) is completely unmentioned, as is the difference in skull size (and weight) between records.

The article also makes no mention of the fact that this bear is part of a larger, wider phenomenon – that’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

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