Ocean Gifting

greetings,

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.

Last Sunday we tried for a dolphin swim and gifting at the bay, but they were not there so we headed to a less windy spot.
We got to spend time with a group of whales at the calm spot. one of the babies was really young and had some bottlenose dolphin escorts.
got in the water near them but from a hundred yards away you can’t see the whales under water. still a good experience.

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here is some video of the outing:

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A couple people contributed $ to ocean gifting. Cool!
i made some 18s and gifted them by kayak last Sunday.
Made a short vid of the excursion. A whale came by right after the gifting and did 3 breaches and some pec waving from a safe distance. the camera didn’t pick it up too well in case you are wondering what that little spec is in the image. The video shows the development in the sky mostly, and some underwater stuff.

this should be the link to the video:

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Here is another short gifting trip video.
It seems like if you paddle out a mile or two and just hang out, maybe do some grounding exercises, the whales will come in close for a visit this time of year. The video only shows the ones passing by at the approved 100+ yd. distance. Maybe next time for the up close video since the Humpback population seems pretty high.

The whale song has quite an effect on you when you hear it, and it was so loud we could hear it from above the water. under water it was very loud, so the whales must have been below us. didn’t see them that time when i went in the water. Whales are really graceful under water. indescribable really.

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We took the boat which i got for free 10 years ago and repaired out for some whale whatching and gifting a week or so ago. 3 days of great whale experiences.
4 minute video of the first day:

still plan on posting the video of the second and third days.
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We were out with the humpback whales a week ago. i was feeling very troubled that morning so was getting in the water to clear as we paddled out. then i started doing grounding exercises, and asking for healing from the whales. also i gave permission to them to remove stuff. we were floating around out there about a mile from shore, and i got the idea to drop the orgone devices. a few minutes later i went in the water. a whale appeared. he was of medium size and just hanging there at a 45 degree angle just under water. i floated there on the surface and he ever so slowly approached nose first. he got right up to me very gently, maybe around 8 feet away. it was a challenge not to be scared, but he was very gentle. he then turned slowly and looked at me with his big blue eye, and slowly swam off…. i don’t really know what took place. he prolly didn’t really get thru to me since i tend to be fairly anchored in the 3d world and found that my mind was mostly just observing his form. great joy did sweep over me that lasted for quite a while tho. the cetaceans definitely feel like superior beings that are living in an astral world as well as the physical world that we see and tend to think that is all there is.

this Sunday we hung out with a pod and it really lifts the spirits. it really felt like the whales enjoyed being around us too. they are so gentle and polite in the way they surface just near the boat and seem to hang out under us just out of visual range if you jump in the water. i may have gotten some video of them, but the camera was acting up, so i don’t know if it was getting the images or not. Also the were a few bottlenose dolphins swimming near us, but they didn’t want to swim with us when we got in the water. it is still great to see them anyway.

this video link is to another video from our cat sailing holiday in February. the sound was captured from a solfeggio vid on the net. it is supposed to activate the dna. there is a whole story about how the 440 A concert tuning is a plot to hold us in a negative space or whatever. the predators have so many angles that they use to try and keep us down. i wouldn’t doubt that the theory of the guy at psitalent.de about using past life stuff to keep us down has some credibility. you have to use the babblefish site to translate some of his material if you don’t speak German. i have been sending negative past lives down the grounding chord followed by golden light, in my imagination, in an effort to free myself. it can’t hurt to try.
anyway the solfeggio scale does feel right to me. it’s a good topic to feed into a search engine for info.

There was some video captured on the Sunday mentioned above even tho the lcd screen went blank on the camera. As mentioned in the previous post there were whales all around and some came up to us. Great to see them and feel their energy.
whale vid, 5 min.

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We were out last Sunday and encountered a small pod of dolphins. Great to see and feel. We went to another spot after that for whales, but didn’t see any.
dolphin vid, 9 min.
aloha

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as you can see we went back to the nice Hulopoe Bay on Lanai where the water is clear and the dolphins friendly. they would swim up to everyone that was out in the water with them. they hung out in the bay for hours. hope they liked the muffins.
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David, I think I am not the only one who – in the truest sense of the word – enjoy your reports very much!!!

Thank you for sharing these experiences with us!

[Image Can Not Be Found] [Image Can Not Be Found] I also love your reports and pictures, I can’t really describe it but it brings some kind of peacefulness to mind whenever I look at these pictures.
thank you

We got to take a trip to Oahu a little over a week ago, and swam with dolphins both mornings we were there.
great experiences indeed.
in the first video, the first 2 dolphins that show up are playing with a plastic bag. They seem to be the scouts. An encounter frequently starts with the meeting with the scouts.

the second day the water was more clear at the spot where we found them.

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We also spotted one of these floating monstrosities while driving. it was on a military base.
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We got to go on another field trip to West Oahu last weekend.
This time the TSA guys wanted to double check the container of 2-3 dozen muffins, and the orgone dodec
in my briefcase. They seemed to really like handling the dodec (haven’t met anyone yet that doesn’t like the orgone dodec). They poured out the muffins in a bucket. lots of curiosity over the “desktop paperweights” , and a happy vibe from the TSA workers as well. they ended up giving me the bucket of muffins back saying it was my job to repack them in my container. Also this trip makes 4 times i have walked thru the metal detector wearing the Harmonic Protector and not set off the alarm.
The first day was super windy and no dolphins so we did touring and tower gifting.
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Second day had a nice encounter with a good sized pod. Quite a few tourboats were there and you can hear their motor sounds in the underwater video. There are also some dolphin sounds and the ever-present audio glitch from the camera.
There is a pregnant dolphin in the still of the surfacing dolphins at the end of the video.
link to the vid:

The Hawaiian word for a dolphin is Nai’a. It’s a 2 syllable word. The first syllable rhymes with kai and the a at the end sounds like the a in ma.
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So, i’ve been making orgone dodecahedrons and i gave one to the Oahu Nai’a recently. we had an upcoming birthday trip to Lana’i planed and i made one for that. the edges are rounded down for comfort.
As i thought about the trip wondering if the Nai’a would be there my imagination said yes definitely, and could i make another dodec for them? So i did.
when we arrived at the Bay at about 8am the Nai’a where right there by the shore with their heads out of the water. It really looked like they were waiting for us. No people were in the water yet. we got ready to go out and got in the water. They swam out toward the point keeping just in front of us, but too far away to see them under water. i followed on a boogey board leaving the girls behind a bit. my imagination told me they were leading me to a good spot to gift. Finally they turned around and i gifted. They went back to where the girls were after they passed by me. We all swam with them for a while, then they headed back to the point.
an hour or so later they returned, and we went back out again. they took me out towards the point again to gift. then they swam right out in front of the beach for hours.
Most awesome nai’a swim ever. very cleansing and uplifting.
The water was very clear. Maybe all the past gifting sessions contributed to that fact.
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David, I’m seeing a familiar progression in your experiences. The psi contact often comes when we’re not seeking it and if we’re inclined to let go of control/fear it’s a richer experience to get close to them, as you’re demonstrating in this thread. the first time I was invited into the water by some dolphins, while gifting a weird vortex in the Gulf of Mexico, I got spooked and didn’t do it; I’m kicking myself [Image Can Not Be Found] because that water was crystal clear and the bottlenose dolphins who were gesticulating at me from the water, all around the boat, exuded character and humor. Carol had a similar experience when gifting the reef in the Florida keys with her kids, the previous year.

Even if it feels like we’re missing something important in the moment I feel certain that we are being profoundly, perhaps permanently affected in a positive way each time we get close to them in the water, as your uplifted feelings, long after the very close encounter with the whale while swimming indicate. The conscious rational self and and subconscious emotional self might not comprehend or register these events adequately but I think the larger part of us does, fully. Stevo likes to point out the huna observation that we contact our incorruptible larger self through the suggestible, very corruptible subconscious self [Image Can Not Be Found] and that’s a humbling notion, after all.

The progression I’m seeing in your reports is that you’re evidently getting less and less concerned with explanations and are getting more plugged in to the emotion-charged moment. Those spinner dolphins, especially, often come and go so fast in the close encounters that it probably serves us to abandon our rational faculty in the moment in order to more fully experience the emotional data they’re giving us.

The thread is a historical document and an endless source of inspiration to its readers and all you have to do is just tell us your impressions and experiences along the way. Easy job but I think an important one. Thanks, again, for doing this.

We may not be in an authoritative position to say that gifting the sea makes it more likely for us to develop a personal rapport with the cetaceans but circumstantial evidence sure points that way, especially for those of us who have made a practice of it. Like most of the rest of what we all do, anyone is likely to produce undeniable results if he/she will expend the effort and demonstrate some commitment. Belief isn’t essential along the way, toward certainty.

~Don

Sunday was a great day. We awoke and spontaneously decided to drive the 50 min. to the other side of Maui and check for dolphins. They haven’t been there for a while and it has been windy there alot too.
We didn’t arrive that early, but no one was out swimming with the pod yet. They were right in front of the landing looking almost as if they were waiting for us to arrive. Once swimming with them we found it was quite a large, happy, and active group. The water wasn’t very clear, and they were very noisy. there is a theory the dolphins make more sounds in murky water for communication. Don’t know if it’s true though.
the camera battery went flat early on so i only got a short video. This let me focus more on just hanging out with the dolphins though. It’s really fantastic when they pull right up next to you and pause for a bit.

video link:

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Hi,
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We did some Oahu gifting last weekend. The first day we couldn’t find the Nai’a, but we had a nice swim in Yokahama Bay, and did some general gifting.
The second day we found a small pod with a really cute youngster and a pregnant mom. She was very playful and i got some video of her playing with a plastic bag right next to me. She had one on her dorsal and one on a pec fin at he same time. in the picture you can see a bag that she dropped off to pick up again.
Later that day i found an industrial area with choke cell phone towers and did some more gifting.
On the way home the pilot flew over Molokai and Lana’i which was a treat. Maybe some day i can get to Molokai and do some gifting. there is most likely a pod or two of Nai’a over there as well. Plus corporate interests are moving in there too.
Anyway here is the address of the Nai’a video:

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