Good point about the death towers being used to sabotage climate, Stevo. I’d never considered that until we got to Florida, four years ago, and HAARPicane Wilma was thrown at our town from a hundred miles or so across the peninsula in a straight line. Nearly all of the weather weaponry in our area had been disabled at that point but we had a hunch that there was more of it inland. When we did a coordinated inland gifting expedition (Jeff, Eric and I) we found a few dozen ordinary death towers but no HAARP arrays between the two coasts. Where the HAARPicane was directed inland there were several orgonite cloudbusters and I think most of the coastal weather weaponry was already disabled, too.
The HAARPicane was only a tropical storm when it reached shore but the freaks had managed to generate several, very small tornados (un-natural occurence) at the entry point and the HAARPicane gathered strength as it moved the hundred miles across land to Ground Zero, which was our little town, Jupiter, Florida, where it again diminished to tropical storm strength, thanks (we believe) to Jeff’s thorough gifting of the area in previous years and his cloudbusters. I think most folks understand that natural hurricanes quickly lose their energy when they reach shore and move across land, also that they never travel in a straight line. The headlines of the Palm Beach newspaper, the day before the HAARPicane’s arrival, announced that Jupiter was going to be Ground Zero, which is another thing that is impossible to predict for a natural storm.
There have been no HAARPicanes or hurricanes to hit South Florida since then, though the media whores were practically faoming at the mouth, predicting worse and worse and WORSE storms to come following Katrina and Wilma. Some Pajama People in Florida thanked us for stopping the storms, by the way, and an awful lot of them had heard about orgonite cloudbusters before we arrived.
The media whores’ feet are being held to the fire in the absence of promised HAARPicanes, I’m told. Their approach to then evident failure of their (hopeful?) dire predictions was to just shut up but even the Pajama People are evidently getting upset that their hypnotists on Discovery, The Weather Channel, and other What To Think Network outlets are not
explaining the improved climate in South Florida and beyond. Delicious.
When we gifted Eastern MOntana and Western North Dakota, June, 2008, we expected to see evidence of the claimed drought but it was kind of like a green jungle over there. In August, 2009 I drove through there on my way back from Wisconsin and it was still green. Normally, the entire West is bone-dry in August. Auntie Carol Two Eagle, who lives near Bismark, told me that she had to contend with some flooding last spring. If that was the droughtiest area in the country I imagine that the weather/climate parasites ( the Algores) are essentially defeated, as you say.
I get loads of feedback from readers about postings on EW and I think I’m going to get emails from people wondering if our hunting/healing sessions in the chats are charismatic, Christian efforts or rituals. I know exactly what you’re referring to, I think, but when we use words like ‘spiritual,’ and also quote the Bible we have to provide a lot of examples and some context in order not to be misunderstood, unfortunately. Those things are more like emotion triggers than explanations and sycophants swarm to individuals whom they assume are speaking for God.
One of our (Carol and my) most aggressive detractors even claims that God speaks through her (the detractor) and that our orgonite instructions are literally from the alleged devil. She offers her own orgonite instructions. That’s the one who told me that ‘Bible code shows that Don Croft is a prophet’ and then offered to be my online partner so that all her Christian followers would get into gifting. I respectfully declined her offer. Good thing my ego wasn’t in the saddle, then [Image Can Not Be Found] . Her online presentation is loaded with Bible quotes. If patriotism is the refuge for scoundrels, we might assume that religion is rather the refuge for monsters. I don’t think that gal is a monster but it’s true that the only real Jihad going on in the world, right now, is being waged by Bible Thumpers and Zionists, all of whom drop God’s Name ad nauseum.
When the corporate world order finally disintegrates I think we’ll all have the privelege of being able to discuss religion, again, without being concerned about the occult/corporate/military horrors that are now riding on Christianity’s coattails.
When he told me the folowing I didn’t really understand what James Hughes was warning me about but the experience in the chats has sort of unfolded it for me, a bit. James was teaching me some stuff about subtle energy during the years that I was discovering Reich’s technology and then Welz’s orgonite. He was struck by etheric lightning in 1979 and ‘changed’ from being an ambitious businessman to a healer/teacher. I gravitated to him on account of his humility, I think. He told me to imagine that I had the power to raise the dead. Then he said that if anyone could make me angry, then that person would own my power. The reason I didn’t understand it, I think, is that I avoid arbitrary power and authority like genital warts. I think he was expressing points that Lao Tzu had also made about the practical necessity to exhibit genuine humility and detachment in non-material pursuits; to sort of lose oneself in a real way so that one could not be exploited or distracted. When we assume more responsibility for making the world better we automatically increase our risk of succumbing to egotism. An egotistical person is easier to manipulate, too., just like drug or sex addicts are.
Our sleeplesss enemies watch for opportunities to exploit our egos and programmed sycophants swarm like flies to fresh $#!+ whenever any of us, here, pretend to authority. The noise they then make is not unlike the loud buzzing you hear in a pigpen and I think of EW as a sort of haven from all that. The etheric smell of sycophants is similar to that metaphor, too, but to an egotistical person they smell like perfume.
When you say ‘spirituality’ I’m pretty sure you mean it in the context of not being caught up in materialism. Please correct me if I’m mistaken, okay? Materialism is the curse of Western cultures and is powerful form of programmed denial, just like bornagain chumpism and Theosophy/masonry are. It’s been said that Europe is the cradle of materialism and America is the stronghold. I once initiated a thread on EW, seeking some clarification about the word, ‘spirituality,’ and the thread quickly degenerated and filled up with personal impressions that showed that no two people evidently agree on the meaning of the word. This is typical of any word that’s been used as a mind control trigger, I think. Dooney told us that a friend of hers saw some guys physically fighting at a Rainbow Gathering about who was more spiritual. ‘Spirituality’ definition doesn’t get more arbitrary than that, I think.
If we assume that anything which contradicts materialism is spiritual, then we have to allow that Aleister Crowley and Billy Graham were spiritual individuals.
Dr Reich advised people to understand mystical processes without becoming mystics. To me, that epitomizes our experiences in the international chat sessions. Mystics seem to resent physicality and even crave to be ungrounded but in order to do this chatroom group effort effectivcely, everyone has to be connected to the earth. That enables us to put our etheric experiences into proper context and to integrate ourselves into a wider process. This may be a functional aspect of selflessness. We gradually find it less important to control these processes but rather to join the other species and entities who are caught up in this cosmic dance; this tide of healing and integration. It terrifies some folks to let go of control, this way, but to not take that leap of faith tends to drive us in the opposite direction and we then become unviable in this incredible effort.
When I was a teen and in the process of discovering the non-material worlds I became very dissatisfied with the contradictions and oppressive feelings I was discerning from the Bible but I still had a feeling that Jesus was incorruptible, so in an effort to gain some evidence of that I decided to go through the Gospel and only read the red verses, which are alleged to be His words. If you put them all together they make up a large pamphlet. I felt refreshed and vitalized by that effort and became more sure that most of the rest of the Gospel was mere commentary, at best, then I decided to ignore it for my own peace of mind.
That said, I recently asked Carol whether a lot of the ghosts were seeing were Roman Catholics and she said, ‘No, they mostly seem to progress straight to the next world from here.’ Carol didn’t use those words but I think I got the gist of it and expressed it. She sees a lot of wandering Jesuit ghosts in our region, by the way–go figure [Image Can Not Be Found] . I mentioned this because I think that when a lot of good folks like STevo say, ‘spiritual,’ they may rather be trying to describe the dynamics of faith, instead. Even though I think most of the Gospel is obsolete rubbish I personally believe that Roman CAtholics demonstrate genuine faith better than Protestants, especially bornagain chumps. If my impression is right, then I think Carol’s observation may be evidence of it, though in a subjective realm like this it’s only evidence for me, of course.
Every persistent gifter that I’ve corresponded with demonstrates the devlopment of personal faith over time, which we might say is synonmymous with certainty. This is often not even an intentional process. I don’t think it matters, much, whether one achieves this through religious pursuits or through fun service work like this. A lot of us even start out with selfish motives but when we commit to the effort and keep gifting (and in some cases, hunting corporate/occult/religious/military predators) we gradually lose that hard, rough edge and beome more forgetful of self; we lighten up. I’m pretty sure this is in the context of Stevo’s evidently religious comments. He’s actually not a formally religious person.