Report by Tomas. His original report in Swedish can be found at cloudbuster.se
We were asked to come to Malta for about a week to go around and place orgonite on Malta and the neighboring island of Gozo. We had with us two checked-in bags with about 40 kg of orgonite, mostly only muffin-shaped Towerbusters of about 100 ml. The picture shows around half of the orgonite we had with us.
We immediately began to go around with our host to look for the biggest masts up on the mountain peaks. The plan was to prioritize these first, and then focus on cities and the smaller antennas that are on rooftops which are more difficult to find.
There is a radar facility at Dingli Cliffs, so we went to it directly. Inside such a ball is a spinning satellite dish that sends out radar signals.
After that we went to the larger masts and placed orgonite in their immediate vicinity.
This big TV and radio mast is visible almost wherever you are and there are quite a few antennas on it.
Once up near the TV mast, we noticed two facilities with lots of satellite dishes aimed in different directions. One was down in the valley and one was on another hilltop. What they are used for I do not want to speculate on, but I do not trust that they are used solely for legitimate purposes. In the background of the picture you can see Malta’s garbage dump. We noted approximate positions and checked maps on how we could get to the two radio stations.
This station looked similar but was located on another hilltop.
This large satellite dish I recognize as the same I have seen at the radar station in Denmark but also the so-called “radio telescope” (cover for other suspicious activities such as espionage and weather manipulation) in Onsala. It is not far-fetched to assume that these two stations are used for similar purposes.
After a moment’s search, we found roads to the station at the top of the mountain and placed a large number of orgonite in the immediate area. Then did the same with the large station down in the valley.
Immediately after this we saw small clouds materialized from the gray DOR haze (negative orgone energy), which is a product of the strong radiation emitted by these radio masts and radio stations.
We also made sure that we could surround the huge smelly garbage dump with orgonite. It is also good to occasionally throw a towerbuster into regular trash cans so that they end up scattered on these huge garbage dumps. Of course, this only applies in places where the waste is dumped on a landfill, not as in Sweden where we have waste incineration.
We then began driving as many different routes as possible to try to find the antennas that are mounted on roofs in densely populated areas. We found a large number of these small antennas, everywhere on everything from offices, residential buildings, restaurants and factories. In all places we found smart hiding places to put the orgonite, which is not always easy. Sometimes there is no other place to hide them other than, after a brief explanation, give them to residents or shop owners in the area. It was sufficient to say that they protect against the harmful effects of radiation for most people to accept the gift.
You do not have to go into the fenced area to hide orgonite, they can be placed a few hundred meters away. If you can’t get close enough, you can surround the place with more orgonite, or use a larger cone-shaped orgonite (HHG or pyramid).
The Hilton Hotel is located in the tallest skyscraper in Malta, and there is also a large radio mast on the roof. We hid many towerbusters in the area.
Malta’s electricity supply comes from this power plant where liquefied gas (LPG) is transported by boat and burned in three gas turbines. It is convenient when the location is near water because then you don’t need to get so close with the orgonite, and you do not need to add as many. The water conducts and amplifies the energy.
Some government buildings and similar establishments also got their fair share of orgonite. Not to be forgotten, the very prominent Order of Malta (Knights of Malta) originated here. Malta’s sigil, The Maltese cross is used as a sigil for Freemasonry around the world. The secret power structure in the world is interwoven with Freemasonry. The Order of Malta, or its real name “Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta” is the world’s oldest still existing secret society, and no outsider has any real insight into their business. There are strong suspicions that it is within Freemasonry (and other even more prominent secret societies, such as Jewish B’nai B’rith and the like) where the real power elite sits. Due to the degree system and the secrecy, decisions that affect everyone’s everyday life can be made without the people having any insight.
After a few days it was time to go over to the neighboring island of Gozo. It’s just a short ferry ride and we dropped TBs in the water at regular intervals. Once there, we found several places of interest, including a large radio link station.
Up at Gozo’s highest point we found this little building full of antennas. Only a few minutes after we got there with all the orgonite, we were visited by a low flying single engine aircraft. Getting a visit from an aircraft while gifting orgonite near radio masts is by no means uncommon.
(Video of the plane flyover can viewed in the original report)
The next day we were back in Malta where we mounted a 15kg heavy cloudbuster on the roof terrace of our host. We bought the pipes from an exhaust pipe workshop, and they also helped to expand the pipes at the end so we could get them on the base pipe stumps. These were ordinary steel pipes, so we had to paint them with zinc spray to prevent them from rusting.
The day after we set up the cloudbuster, we felt a clear energetic difference and even visually in the sky we could see a clearly reduced content of haze.
We continued for a few days to place orgonite near even more transmitters. By this time, the sky had received a significantly more deep blue tone but less of the haze that characterizes hot and dry countries.
Our travels ended with a one-day boat trip from the capital Valletta to Camino, a small island located between Malta and Gozo. During the boat trip, orgonite was dropped at regular intervals. This was to supplement the orgonite we had placed on land.
The points show approximately where we threw out orgonite in the sea.
Overall, this was a very productive and enjoyable trip. Thanks to our host and everyone who ordered orgonite from us, without you we would not have been able to make this trip possible. Given Malta’s strategic location between Europe and Africa, all of this orgonite will make an energetic impression that will in the long run have a positive impact on the entire Mediterranean region. However, there is still more to do on Malta, in terms of antennas and other places to neutralize with the orgonite, but there we let someone else take over.
If you feel you want to make a similar trip, don’t wait! Plan now, make a batch of orgonite and head to any location. Combine benefit with pleasure. 🙂
Our host continued the work of laying out TBs after we left, and reported very powerful transformation of the sky. It became obvious that it took a while for the cloudbuster to stabilize the atmosphere and convert the DOR into POR and form large puffy clouds out of the haze. This was particularly strong after our host went around the place where the CB stands and gifted all the small transmitters on the roof. Then the supply of DOR disappeared from the transmitters and the CB could work “undisturbed”. The following is the result. Compare the difference to the pictures at the start of the trip! Deep blue sky and big puffy clouds. We did not see such a sky during the 10 days we were there, and according to our host, it is always clear blue cloudless sky during this time of year. However, there are still plenty of transmitters and places left to gift, so it will be interesting to see how the climate will be affected as more and more DOR transforms.