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moreart
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 2:13 pm    Post subject: Long distance gifter Reply with quote

In honor of the person who made a heatfelt donation.

Dear Anonymous,
Thanks to you I have been able to build 60 TBs, an HHG and paint them too. It was fun building them and I want you to have some photographic confirmation of your long distance gifting. I would be posting pictures of this gifting run but for some reason the computer program for the camera isn't recognizing that the camera has any photos in it. Sorry about this. I've taken pictures though and I'll try to get this fixed. Meanwhile, here's a report and my sincere thanks for making it possible.

I read Gare's entries about name initials being an indication of MK Ultra influence. Hard to grasp how that can be. My initials certainly qualify. LC. It's a bit disturbing, actually. Especially the part about being watched while gifting, through my own eyes! and some sh**-heel going behind me and picking up my gifts. I have no clear way I can verify this for myself and yet, I'm not comfy with a cavalier attitude of "Oh posh! It'll be alright..." So on Tuesday I made a Succor Punch with a thumb-size crystal as per McGinty's instructions. I programmed it as suggested by Ken Adachi on his EY site. (basically, keep me invisible to surveilance, protected from malevolent energies, stuff like that} I opened my zapper and added two wires to it's output to power the SP. I scavenged a plug from an old answering machine and used that to connect the zapper to the SP. Having no glue on hand I wrapped the SP in scotch tape to keep the mobius coil in place. I then plugged it into the zapper, coiled up dangling wires, wrapped the whole thing in an ace bandage and stuffed it in my pocket. Then I cleaned up my mess and packed up the TB's for the gifting run. The SP had become quite warm in my pocket. I pulled it out but it wasn't the radiant heat kind of warmth, it was different. I've felt this before with ogonite devices.
I headed out in late afternoon and for some reason I took a different route than planned. Gifting on foot or bicycle has it's advantages. It's a completely different reality than driving... closer to reality I'd say. You feel the air and sun on your skin. Your feet can touch the ground. You experience the real world first hand. Had I been driving or taken my normal route, I would have missed a new tower erected one block away from another tower I had gifted months ago. I nailed it with glee and headed for downtown Renton.
Downtown Renton is only a handful of acres with narrow streets, low 2 and 3 story buildings many of them several decades old. and you couldn't spit without hitting an antique shop. I have slowly been gridding the place and this day I found two buildings only 3 stories high that have death transmitter on them. One of these buildings is a mystery. It has no name or logo blazoned on it. It's very non descript. It has huge 12' by 12' venilation vents facing the street and a single door with a tiny window and a small sign warning that all employees must have a badge. Very strange. Six panels on this thing and I surrounded it with 6 tbs for good measure. I never would have noticed it had I been driving. The other building also had 6 panels and was 3 stories high.
Next I gridded my way around a Catholic School and sorrounding churches & related buildings.
The next stop was to be the huge super mall 2 or 3 miles distant and on the way, a tower at a water treatment facility.
I always feel it's important to gift where there is water. Nearing the facility, I came upon a small stream coming out of a culvert so I plunked a couple of TBs in there. I followed the stream as it cut lower into the land while the fenced border of the treatment facility on my left side rose higher. The sun was a hand's breadth above the horizon, it's light taking on a golden color tinged with green. The stream slowed and became marshy, narrowing here, widening there. Birdsong replaced the noise of traffic. A pair of honking geese flew ahead of me, warning of my approach as I moved slowly through the home of the largest colony of Blue Heron in three counties. I gifted the waters as I went. I was rewarded twice with a glimps of the stately heron gliding over the marshy stream between the treetops. The stream widend and curved to the left under a bridge. Before the curve, I walked the bike up the bank and onto the road. I was back in the rattle and hum of man's artificial world. Across the bridge hummed a huge pump station which I gifted.
The road narrowed to climb a steep semi-forested hill with winding curves and about a foot of space for me to walk the bike. It was aptly named Monster Road. I was getting out of breath and wished I had gone back the way I came. Then I reached a leveling out spot to find the gated entrance to a small chemical manufacturing plant. The plant itself was down in a gully. Looking down, I could see it had a main building of corrugated metal and a few smaller ones. The sorrounding yard had some trucks and equipment and row upon row of steel drums. A chemical stench rose up to smack me in the nostrils and in the far corner of the yard was the one thing that made me glad I came up that road. A tower. A stinking loathsome death tower and I was glad to see it!
I had five TBs left and I needed at least two for the last stretch home. The tower was about 500 feet across the gully and the plant itself seemed to need at least a couple so I tumbled three of them down to the site's perimeter. On the last leg home, as the sun was setting I busted a tower I knew of near a small school in a dense neighborhood.
Wednesday, I busted the tower by the water treatment plant that I had forgotten and I hit the chemical plant again. I also hit an array cleverly concealed atop a large Hilton hotel. And I re-gifted two towers, 50 feet apart, near my ex wife's house because I had seen a crew poking around the spot where I hid an HHG there last year.
In summary, 60 TBs and one HHG went out in two days. If you count the buildings with arrays on them as towers, then you and I busted 8 towers. We gifted a Catholic school & environs, a water treatment facility, a nasty chemical plant and a home to of one of North America's most beautiful bird species. Plus, a few square blocks of a little town called Renton. Congratulations, Anonymous. Well done.
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Ann
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 7:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent gifting report Les and Friend. You did a really good job.
I could just feel you nailed it good. Thanks for the report.

Peace, Ann
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 8:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you very much, Ann. That's a great confirmation. And thanks again to the long distance gifter!
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 1:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Les, way to go! You gifted the supermall in Auburn, where Black Market Minerals is? Awesome!

From Aberdeen, have gifted all the towers I can find between Aberdeen and: Westport, Ocean Shores, Olympia. Will work my way down to Raymond and also am slowly working up the I-5 corridor...Southbound from just north of Ft. Lewis is covered.

The batch I made today is curing now, and it's sunny so I will walk to Wal-Mart for some of that 97 cent green and brown paint. I will weigh less walking back.


Thanks for the inspiring report!


~Peter
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 2:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Peter-you mentioned gifting Mal-Wart and by way of confirmation I want to
mention to you that I do the same. All the small towns around here have one of these economy destroying stores and I leave each of them a little reminder that I was there.

Peace, Ann

---In advancing and in retreating, the perseverance of a warrior furthers.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2005 8:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great report Les! I'm sure it must have been very satisfying to get so much done. The neighborhood will be much easier to go out into now. Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2005 9:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks David. Yes it was very satisfying and it wouldn't have begun this soon without Mr. Anonymous the long distance gifter. I can't thank him enough.
The heron population I spoke of is in danger of being routed from thier home by the duplicitous City. City says it wants to preserve this tiny habitat yet acts to subvert it and endanger it's existence. The herons have about a 3 or 4 month hiatus and then........
I'll be working on this problem with some orgonite/boosting strategies. The herons can't defend themselves. They can't pitch orgonite and they can't fight greedy elitists. Local activists have done an admirable job since the year 2000 in keeping the habitat safe but time is running out and the greedy City, in cahoots with Big Biz are closing in.
I'll have more on this later.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2005 10:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Keep me posted on your efforts on behalf of the herons and the habitat. I live next to a marshy area by Wisconsin River and alot of the big birds like that are seen less and less. I think the DNR was the 4th largest agency last I checked...Too much power and not enough brains. Good luck with everything. Take care. David
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