This is a “For the Record” posting.
When I was a boy I lived in Ramsgate, which is a town of about 55000 souls on the south east coast of England. In those days of 45 yesteryears we could walk along the beach at low tide and, if we were so inclined, help ourselves to sea bounty such as mussels, crabs and welks. We could cast out from the beach and catch fish such as Bass, Cod, Ling, Plaice and Dog fish. If we were lucky and had a boat (my father did) we could go out and fill the boat with fish using a rod and line.
Those days left us, the inshore fishermen dwindeld in numbers, and the sea bounty even more. Where there were rocks covered in all manner of marine flora and fuana there were just rocks.
On the 23rd of December I went out in a fishing boat with a box of TB’s. The intention is to see if the decline can be reversed with a bunch of orgonite. And to create a giant water orgone generator.
Using a sat nav, a fish finder and most important of all, a knowledgable local fisherman, we went along the coast from Ramsgate . The area was chosen so that we could get some feedback over the next months from the people who hopefully would bennifit most if there is to be an improvement in the sea life- the fishermen.
On the way to Margate we went just outside the low water mark and dropped two TB’s every half mile. At Margate we went a mile offshore and returned doing the same. Rocky spits and anywhere our expert suggested received extra TB’s. In total more than seventy went in the water, with our fisherman friend promising to drop another ten in Sandwich Bay in the new year.
The area of the Isle of Thanet, which comprises of Ramsgate, Margate, Broadstairs and a number of villages has been extensively gifted in the past, with all the police stations and hospitals getting extra attention. With the sea gifting there should be a recognisable difference for all to see.
Sandwich Bay is the outfall of the River Stour which runs through an extensive Pfizer (very well gifted) harmaceutical factory where they make Viagra, among other chemicals. The idea of Viagra getting into the local food chain through an “accidental” leak is quite amusing too.
Hopefully over the next few months I will be able to report any changes in the local conditions, although at this stage they would be subjective. If there is a positive result I’m sure word of mouth would soon get fishermen gifting their own catchment areas.