The Auckland region has 49 volcanoes, the last of which to erupt was Rangitoto about 600 years ago.
https://www.gns.cri.nz/what/earthact/vol … dprint.htm
Given the probable importance of volcanoes as energy vortex and their possible corruption, I decided that along with the general gifting of man made objects, I would try to gift as many of the local volcanoes as I could. I started with Takarunga (Mt Victoria) and Maungauika (North Head). Maungauika has particular strategic importance for Auckland with gun emplacement and tunnels during WW1 and 2. They both served as Maori pa (fortified villages) before that. I have posted pics of these trips here
https://www.flickr.com/photos/lunchenste … 290160267/
I started with Takarunga (October 2008). The swallows joined me early on as I ringed the cone with six TB’s. Then I did Maungauika with seven TB’s. No earthpipes yet… On the way out I gifted all the cell phone equipment along Lake rd, from memory about five different sites.
Next came Rangitoto, an important target I felt due to it’s relative size and its young age. On the ferry ride out I tossed a few TB’s into the harbour. Primal tells me that he gifted the water around Rangitoto with orgonite too. Once on the island I made my way to the summit, depositing three TB’s on the way. The landscape is quite surreal, a mixture of rock (basalt scoria) and trees (mainly one particular type, Puhutukawa). Once I got to the cone proper I started to look for signs/feelings of good gifting sites. The first came when I rounded a corner and two Tiwakawaka (birds, fantails) started chirping loudly and flying around me, then back to a hole in a rock face, back and forth. So I tossed a couple of TB’s into the hole, which was probably an old lava tunnel. I’ve learnt to pay close attention to birds now, and keep a lookout for them when ever I’m gifting. There was a track to some other lava tunnels further on so I gifted those as well. On the way up to the summit I passed a particularly large tree which felt like a good spot. Once up at the crater, I tossed a couple of TB’s in and then decided to make my way right down into it, which wasn’t strictly on the track but obviously plenty of others had done it before. I had my lunch there (joined by a small bird) and deployed a large earthpipe I had made specially for the trip, plus another TB. Then on to the top which has two high points so I gifted them both.
I deployed a peacemaker on the side of Maungawhau (Mt Eden). Primal has gifted it with TB’s.
Recently I gifted Owairaka (Mt Albert). This cone has been quarried so is quite a bit smaller than it used to be. It also has some interesting Maori history
https://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-C … nt-d5.html
[In fact New Zealand is quite a mysterious place. Here’s a good summary
This site is worth a look at. The author has gone to some length detailing his interesting theories on ‘totalizm’. He has theories on ‘free energy’ (telekinetic cells and the story of the revolutionary sonic boiler) and ‘ufonauts’. Of course I’m not saying he’s right, make of it what you will… I have herd from other sources conformation about the various mysteries though.]
Anyway, there is also a water reservoir buried at the top too. I gifted an earthpipe and six TB’s around the cone. I also found a pipe to put an orgonite plug into. In one of the photos on Flickr you can see Maungakiekie (One tree hill) in the distance. Word on the street is that this is one of the most significant energy vortex in the country. I have no idea of the source of that info or its validity. Regardless, acting on that Primal has placed (at a guess) at least 20 EP’s and 40 TB’s on it.
Primal and I recently went on a cell tower gifting mission. I put a video on youtube
I mention this here as we also circled Remuwera (Mt Hobson) with TB’s. I will go back and earthpipe it at some stage. I captured a couple of interesting flying objects in a couple of the photos.
Thanks for reading, more to come…