It’s been awhile since I heard from her, due to a lot of hacker interference on her end, apparently, but she’s been doing well but dearly wants to do some more gifting in that very sad, tortured city, where AIDS has decimated the population.
Mrs O, a self-employed widow, has been shot by police, flooded out of her home and otherwise punished for doing this wonderful work but has remained constant and cheerful in spite of all that. We were at least very happy that she and her son, Billie, were able to go again to Mombassa to meet and give orgonite to the dolphins last year. Don’t you wish you were that fortunate?
Kisumu is on the shore of Lake Victoria, which Dr Kayiwa had extensively gifted over the course of a week, two years ago, in a rented boat from Tanzania. Before the gifting movement got going, which is when my wife, Carol visited that city, people were advised not to even step into the water due to the presence of aggressive parasites but the entire, vast lake has apparently gotten healthier and cleaner and more full of fish since then, thanks to our African cohorts’ efforts. This is in line with what has been publicly acknowledged to have happened in other large, gifted lakes, including Lake Geneva and Lake Ontario.
David Ochieng, in Migori, which is about an hour’s drive from Kisumu, has been making his own orgonite but I’m hoping that someone in the West will find it advisable to just send Mrs O a boxfull of towerbusters. David organized the two trips to Mombassa and in the later safari (that means, ‘journey’ in Swahili) our Sudanese gifting friends, Salva Kirr and Christine Oginya, a young married couple who live in Yei, were able to go along.
I think those two historic, exemplary dolphin-gifting reports survived the latest CIA-destruction of this forum [Image Can Not Be Found]. I’ve asked Mrs O to send me a report after she does her next gifting exposition and I’ll share it here if she doesn’t want to post it personally.
She’s been getting whatever has been sent to her, though it usually takes about a month to arrive.
Her address is:
P.O. Box 427
Kisumu is 200 miles from Nairobi and I don’t know why all the addresses have ‘Nairobi’ in them.
Sending orgonite to our African friends is kind of like priming the orgone pump for the entire continent. I think a lot of folks agree, which is why so much support has been extended to African gifters in the past. Things happen more slowly there than in the West but progress is generally more sustained and integrative in Africa than in the West, where it always seems kind of shaky and beset with world-odor infiltration and sabotage. Maybe that’s partly due to the ancient, relatively stable culture of Africans and partly due to the fact that the world odor doesnt’ spend a lot of resources on mind control, there.
It’s taken almost three years for David to finally reach the stage of making his own orgonite, for instance, and in his case it can be considered a minor miracle or even direct intervention by The Operators that he managed to find all the materials where he lives. He’s very resourceful by anyone’s standard, though.
I hope you can envision, as I am, that before very long there will be orgonite makers in every village throughout that continent and poverty and sickness will be seen as just an ugly, very temporary phase of history, then. All of that has to start somewhere and at the beginning stage of every progressive movement the world odor employs all of its resources to preventing or subverting human progress in that area.
If you see the African gifting effort in this light you’ll agree that sending orgonite to our impoverished associates, there, is a grand investment in humanity’s future.