Immediate visual confirmations for a gifter in Norway

Thanks, Frode–Carol concurs that there are Sylphs in your photos and I’m honored to post your report on EW!

Congratulations for getting such quick confirmations and for paying attention to your hunches, by the way.

Orgonite makes water cleaner and also apparently ionizes it, so of course there’s no harm putting it in reservoirs. The resin is inert once it’s been catalyzed, of course–it’s just harmless plastic, then.

I’d have used a slingshot or other contrivance to get TBs into the reservoir from the path. We use a spud gun for things like this, sometimes, if the noise won’t draw too much attention. The propellent in the gun’s chamber is aerosol deodorant, which is ignited with a sparking mechanism–very satisfying for some among the etheric warriors.

~Don

Hi,

I don’t know if you remember, a couple of weeks ago I sent you an
email about a valley called Isdalen (the Ice Valley) in Norway
that reportedly had some bad vibes.

I decided to take a combined mini-vacation/gifting trip to the city of
Bergen where Isdalen is. Put a string of about 50 tbs through the
lower part of the valley.

Here’s picture I took when walking back… it was getting late, starting
to get dark.

https://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p174 … G_4674.jpg

I’d gift the lake, but it is used for drinking water and
there are strict regulations in place. The path was also fenced off a good
distance away.
Instead I threw the tbs over the fence into the brush where no one
ever walks (one ended up in a stream, I figured it would be ok).

I didn’t notice any energy shifts when I put out the tbs, I was hoping
I would… so I thought there would be no confirmations. However on my
way back clouds started to appear over the valley. There was a big
one, I photographed it in case it was a sylph. I could only get half
of it in this shot. If I were to go with my imagination, there’s also
a shape there that looks like a dolphin.

https://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p174 … G_4680.jpg

The rest of it

https://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p174 … G_4678.jpg
https://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p174 … G_4677.jpg

Another formation coming over the ridge, gave me goosebumbs

https://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p174 … G_4682.jpg

Last one, when I was out of the valley

https://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p174 … G_4686.jpg

It would be great if you could share your opinion on these photos,
wheter they show sylphs or not. Thank you

Frode

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Thanks, Frode–Carol concurs that there are Sylphs in your photos and I’m honored to post your report on EW!

Congratulations for getting such quick confirmations and for paying attention to your hunches, by the way.

Orgonite makes water cleaner and also apparently ionizes it, so of course there’s no harm putting it in reservoirs. The resin is inert once it’s been catalyzed, of course–it’s just harmless plastic, then.

I’d have used a slingshot or other contrivance to get TBs into the reservoir from the path. We use a spud gun for things like this, sometimes, if the noise won’t draw too much attention. The propellent in the gun’s chamber is aerosol deodorant, which is ignited with a sparking mechanism–very satisfying for some among the etheric warriors.

~Don

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