One nice thing about following our instincts is that it ties us into some finer sychronicity than the sewer rats can manage. I’m often puzzled by the excessive force of some of their reprisals after we do a seemingly mundane job, like laying that line of TBs for sixty or so miles along the shore from Key Largo to North Miami
I wasn’t too suprirsed when the feds sucked 40 gallons out of the boat’s gas tank the night before we gifted the bioweapon dump off the coast NW of Tampa, then wounded Carol the next day (she’s doing a lot better by now)–90 or so miles of gifted red tide coastline that trip. The SWAT cops at the boatramp as we finished up seemed a little over the top
What Louis did along the Alabama and Mississippi coast showed some dramatic positive effects during last year’s vindictive World Odor Terrorist assault and Dr Group and crew have put a lot of orgonite into the Gulf in the vicinity of HOuston, I was recently told, so maybe that’s what caused the HAARPies to ‘abort’ the earlier HAARPicane attempts over there.
I assumed we were coming to Florida for the dolphins but it was clearly rather to defeat HAARP in the region, though we see dolphins just about every time we go out… South Florida, Yucatan’s north coast and Cuba is apparently their chosen corridor for HAARPicanes from the Azores and into the Gulf of Mexico. DAve Emmett’s efforts in Barbados are clearly seen in the fact that the HAARPies now try to generete the fake storms in the Western Caribbean, rather. I think that their efforts to initiate HAARPicanes in teh Gulf and in the Bahamas shows desperation and they’re waking up some PJ folks that way.
Busting HAARP in Yucatan is do-able but though STeve and Dean busted some towers in Cuba as tourists I think anyone who focused time and effort into disabling the extensive coastal HAARP network in WEstern Cuba would possibly end up as one of that Jesuit lapdog, Fidel the Terrible’s, permanent guests. I don’t think I’d stick my neck out that far.
The AZores are loaded with HAARP transmitters, by the way, and it would be great if someone would spend a week there and bust them all. I got that report from a visitor to those islands. Taking a CB along would probably slow down that incessant wind, too. It’s said that the wind always blows pretty hard, there.
I always thought Carol and I would return to Andros Island in the Bahamas to look for that underwater ATlantean ruin on the edge of the Tongue of the Ocean, a couple hours southeast of Kemps Bay but ithe purpose of our visit (Jeff’s coming with us) is probably to bust the gargantuan, very remote HAARP aray that’s on nautical charts, mainly–that’s an hour or so east of Kemps Bay on a calm day. The three towers, a mile or so apart in an east/west line, are on the Gand Bahama Bank, a huge area of fairly shallow wate surrounding Andros and the Tongue of the Ocean. The underwater base, 4,000 feet down, is close to the edge of that Bank, near the location of the three towers. Service facilities are on Andros and I notice that all the details were digitally altered on Google Earth so that no bases at all are seen–kind of weird, since I’ve visited a couple of those bases by boat and on foot. The military people who work there get pretty nervous when anyone comes around but they don’t put up fences and they dress in civilian clothes beause they’re pretending that their work isn’t secret. The Bahamians all know the score, of course [Image Can Not Be Found]
We haven ‘t been out on a calm day, so far. Every time we go out, HAARP sends us nasty sea conditions. Jeff travelled 150 miles north in March to gift the nearest functional weatherball in that direction in order to get us some relief but it didn’t change anything so I’m wondering if they’re doing this from space, perhaps with their parasitic alien friends’ help. In Reich’s day all weather warfare came from spaceships and from atmospheric A-bomb detonations in thirteen states. I bet you thought that all took place in New Mexico and Nevada. By the early 1970s, HAARP was well established throughout the world–I bet you didn’t know that, either. Nick Begich’ pofessional obsession with that big, experimental array in Alaska and STan Deyo’s claim that weathe warfare is conducted from Alaska, Latvia, Australia and one or two other massive HAARP arrays are misdirects, of course. I doubt you can go anywhere in the world, on land, and not see HAARP arrays dotted across the landscape.
We’re resigned to having to plow thru bone-crushing headseas at 12mph to get across the ever-turbulent Gulf STream to bust the HAARP facilities on Grand Bahama Island, first, and get our cruising pemit for when we return to Bimini and Andros Islands, later. AT least it’s proof positive that Carol adn I didn’t invest in pleasure boating when we came here
The dolphin pod that greets people near Bimini are back in action since STeve Baron gave them plenty of orgonite last fall, at least, so maybe we can swim with them on our way to Andros to gift that big, underwater base and the HAARP behemoth. There will be surpises, too, of course–there always are. We’ll probably finish ringing South Florida with orgonite before we go; we’re almost done and the fun stuff is left–gifting the rest of the reef along the Keys and gifting from the ferry which runs from Ft Myers to Key West.