last week the thought popped in that all the talk about air pollution is a diversion from the mass quantities of junk that industry dumps into the ocean. the rats seem to be big on the diversion tactic, so the thought may be logical.
at the dentist yesterday, the hygienist was saying it is more dangerous to eat big deep water fish than have mercury fillings. now that is alot of dumping, and that is just 1 of the toxins that is going in the water.
there is something about underwater under ground bases that popped in the imagination too.
we hung with whales last Sunday while gifting from the kayak. A mother a youth, and an escort. briefly got in the water with them but couldn’t see them thru the mask. when you see the back of the big escort from the kayak, it’s kind of intimidating to get in the water.
days later took an imaginary trip with the baby humpback and this idea came up that deploying as many 18’s as possible would be good.
everyone putting orgone devices in the ocean is doing us all a service. Don Croft inspired me to do so originally, now the cetaceans are encouraging me also. obviously land gifting is important too, but just thought mentioning water gifting again would be good.
if you want to contribute to ocean gifting, but are landlocked, email me: ammaui (at) shaka.com and i’ll make some (especially 18’s) and deploy them for you with a video of the fun. it seems to take about a gallon of resin for 36 tb’s which makes 2 18’s. 5 gallons of resin is roughly $125. i make boards(wind and surf), and do graphic arts for a living and it’s not exactly a high paying biz to be in. i do get to be in Hawaii though. have lived in tshirts and barefeet my whole life and never went for the dough. most orgone devices that i’ve made are from free or traded materials. lots of stuff in the dumpster at the “board factories of the center of the world” here.
the whale told me to ask for the outside help. the playful and happy energy of the youth is palpable for anyone that encounters one.
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you can barely see the back of the curious youth that checked us out for a while.