I wanted a catchy subject line that captures the spirit of the latest disinformation campaign. In this case I think the claimants are on a forum in Spain (thanks for sending it, Francisco of orgonita.eu --rafiki yangu [Image Can Not Be Found]
I’ve been seeing similar rumblings on US disinformation sites and forums and I should probably address that in a separate post.
They’re claiming that orgonite sort of ‘decays’ over time and they strongly hint that the sewer rats have discovered ways to neutralize orgonite’s powerful and perpetual tranmutative force.
Here’s how you know that a disinformant has cleverly caused you to doubt something and you’ll see this dynamic on every one of their websites: the claims are made confidently but without any evidence to back them up. No evidence at all. You can easily contrast that with how reports are posted on EW or any other substantive website or forum that deals with empowering information. In the latter case the facts are presented as subjective data, mostly by people who have established a personal reputation for credibility and integrity. The disinformants may look like they have credibility and integrity but nobody knows who they are. If you’ve read this stuff and are inclined to hold the claimant accountable, as people rightly do in our case, then you didn’t swallow the red pill and your discernment processes are still operating [Image Can Not Be Found]
Everyone holds us accountable and that’s a good thing. We hold each other accountable on EW and it’s part of how such an unorganized movement expands and consolidates, after all.
Carol and I live in a large area where we flipped all of the death towers and weather weaponry over ten years ago. As we drive around Carol likes to keep tabs on the energy and when we see new towers have been thrown up next to some of the gifted ones it’s easy enough to see whether the orgonoite that was tossed, before, is sufficient to flip the new death transmitters. When more orgonite is needed wejust flip another TB or two as we drive by. It’s not a big deal and the Sylphs are almost omnipresent in our skies, which is the best indicator we know that the net energy is decisively positive.
Ever since the start of this movement there have been camp followers (presumably CIA and NSA sponsored) who stridently claimed that towers can be busted with only small amounts of orgonite rather than the recommended 3oz-volume ones that have become the norm. Carol particularly gets frustrated in our travels when we go by many death towers adn weather weapons that were only partly flipped because the gifter had swallowed that baited hook and in the past couple of years some of the fakers have been pushing ‘nano orgonite’ and making the standard, confident claim that this is ‘better than regular orgonite.’
We got some of that from a duped customer in the mail in exchange for a zapper. Even though it’s a cute pyramid shape it’s just a couple of grams of resin with some plastic glitter in it. We wanted to have it so that we could be certain that the claims are horse $#!+ befpre I was ready to mention it publicly. I won’t mention the vendor but he’s in Europe. Some Americans are also pushing this fantasy, which is an illustration of the old adage: They bow the knee to their idle imaginings and call it Truth.
Caveat emptor in these fascinating days when clever, glamorous and charismatic disinformants have proliferated on the internet around this otherwise-empowering global movement. I always feel like I’m swimming against the tide of our natural repugnance as a species to account for ourselves in each moment and it still astonishes me when anyone tells me that they’ve learned something useful from me but I’m deeply gratified that I can expose these liars’ fabrications and deflate their agenda from time to time.
Another new development is that at least two of the more charismatic and subtle disinformants are now damning orgonite with faint praise. One of my friends directed me to one of them because he thought the guy was actually promoting orgonite. I wish I could share these two writers’ alleged names but all disinformants crave to play the lapwing, so I never mention their names unless they’ve done some harm to any of us personally, like that Spanish psychologist on national TV tried to do to Jesus Torres, years ago and ‘Doktor DeMento,’ orgonomy’s academic stuffed shirt, attempted to do publicly to the ‘Kikundi’ (Georg, Carlos, Tino and Prophet: two Europeans and two Africans) of Southern Africa when they were jailed in Mozambique for three months in April, 2008. By the way, it was one year later that the East African Kikundi had their initial commercial success with generating rain and selling orgonite to farmers. A few months before that, most people in that region were facing starvation because a very, very long drought was about to cause a famine.
I suspect that the intense personal sacrifice in the south was one of the causative factors in the success in Kenya. Halfway through that year three of the founding members of the East Africans’ kikundi were murdered: David Ochieng and his wife, Emmah, in Kenya and Salva Kirr in Sudan. Mrs Odondi adopted David and Emmah’s two small children and Salva is survived by his wife, Christine, and their two children. You’re aware of Christine’s incredible successes in Southern Sudan, Ethiopia and Chad since then. She was even an elected delegate at the secession talks that led to Southern Sudan’s recent independence.
As I said, we at EW are happy to be held accountable for the observations we’ve shared with you and we have established good reputations for ourselves over the years so the next time you’re on some slick disinformation website or forum where this movement is being subtly or not-so-subtly undermined please keep this in mind, okay? Frankly, if not for the Africans’ reports over the past few years this global movement might have been destroyed by this busy, inventive little army of naysayers and ‘devil’s advocates’ who toss darts at orgonite’s established reputation from behind veils of anonymity.
Asante sana, mabibi na mabwana katika Afrika ya mashariki! (Thanks a lot, ladies and gentlemen in East Africa!)