My very "big" first target accomplished

Hi! All:

This morning I’ve started with my personal campaign. A small “lake” … … Well! We call it “lake” though for US people where all is oversized, you’d call it “puddle”.

14 TB’s launched with my arm all long perimeter. I Should have liked to put some in the middle but I do not know anybody with a boat and there you can not hire one.

Google Earth coordinates:

42º 07’ 35.00’’ N

2º 45’ 17.00 E

Questions (if answer available):

14 TB’s is OK? Or too many?

I suppose it may be very important to gift big water masses due to its extremely high electricity power conductivity, … Is it something like this?

Best Regards

pedro_c

(13th_Level

Hey Pedro-

Congratulations on your first big gifting expedition.

In answer to your first question, the answer is it depends on the size of the lake and the severity to which the water needs the gifting. If it is a very big lake and the water is very mirky, then you might want to add some more. But if it is a smaller lake and the water is pretty clear, then that might be enough.

But in answer to your second question, no, it is impossible to overgift. The more orgonite you put out there, the stronger your grid will be and the more powerful the effects will be.

In answer to your last question, I don’t really know, but it seems to me that since water and the water cycle are such an essential component for our and the planet’s survival, gifting bodies of water is globally beneficial.

Also, the baddies sometimes put underwater death towers and/or SONAR devices which hurt sea life and are capable of creating storms like hurricanes, or what Don started coining Haarpicanes.<img alt=“Smile” src=“tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/images/smiley-smile.gif” border=“0” /> Nuclear weapons have also been found in many places on ocean floors around the globe by psychics with the assitance of our cetecean friends.

Not to mention pollution from corporate baddies who have actually found a glitch in the conservation and regulatory system in which it is cheaper for them to dump toxic sludge and even radioactive waste out in the ocean and pay a fine than for them to properly dispose of such things properly, (putting in lead barrells and buried deep underground with concrete poured over the barrels).

With 70-80% of the planet’s oxygen coming from the ocean, it is very important to keep it clean and in proper working order so our children and grandchildren will be able to breathe. It is also where our cetacean friends live, who like to think of as the humans of the sea.

Hope my input helps at all. I trust that others will add and or correct any information I missed.

~Ned

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