My first email at the new addy (other than Ale’s updates) was from Mike, a fellow flyer and potential fellow Etheric Air Force volunteer in Wales. I’m posting some helpful suggestions from him (below). I’ll also answer a couple of his questions (Hi, Mike):
In order to reach the site delete the existing favourite and search on
google then click the link and it comes to the new website.
It’s the old links that aren’t working. I waited for days thinking that it
was hacked and you were struggling with it.
As soon as I deleted the favourite link, and did a search on google I got
Hope the flying is going well:-)
Not been able to get a loan of a microlight, so it will have to wait now
until mid September.
Do you know of any problems through security with the HP and SP?
Are there any gifters out Perth way you know of?
People rarely have trouble with the airport Gestapo with any of the devices we use, don’t worry. If you’ll wear the HP you’ll probably shut down teh metal detector, so don’t bother removing the metal from your person, okay? It’s a fun experiment and kind of confirming. Apparently, metal detectors, like most other world-odor tech, run on DOR [Image Can Not Be Found]
An American Gestapo in New York once took a SP from me when I was returning from a trip to Africa but, after that, I simply took the battery out of the box whenever I had a SP in my carry-on bag. Putting the SP in checked luggage is more certain but, even so, I think it’s a good idea to remove the battery and open teh thing up. They can probably detect the radio signal.
The first time we encountered that ability was seven years ago, when we were parked at an RV campground in the Florida Keys. I had just hooked up a 15Hz circuit to the energy grid under the floor of the Zapporium and a big chopper with weird instruments sticking out came roaring over the campground and circled just above the trees. I unplugged the circuit and the chopper started looking elsewhere. This was an extremely weak signal but they apparently picked it up with satellite. At the time, we were aiming our then-new cloudbuster, wiht extended pipes, at the persistent thunderhead over Homestead Air Force Base, 60 miles away. In those days, I think orgonite and concentrated, healthy orgone in general, was an extremely potent irritant to the world odor. Now, I think they’re kind of numb and more concerned with their own survival than with our defeat. Too bad we can’t find an unoccupied continent or moon for them all and the fun part is that they probably can’t even wipe their own @[email protected] without the help of MKids or other braindead slaves. The defeat of the world odor is the automatic liberation of those untold millions of programmed walking assets, of course. It takes a huge amount of infrastructure to keep them all drugged and asleep, after all. That means it takes a pirated global economy, since the world odor are only parasites.
We obliterated that thunderhead, by the way, which is probably why one of the air force’s slick little flying saucers buzzed us when we left that campground, a couple of weeks later.
Two years later, we busted the underground base at Homestead, also the huge HAARP array on top of that artificial hill (made with the dirt they excavated from underneath) and we got treated to a barrage of green lightning, followed by a mini-hurricane (the jet stream, locally forced down on deck?) and a massive torrent for a few minutes, about an hour later on the highway through Miami–what fun!
I hear from busy gifters in Oz, now and then, but they generally don’t network much. If you see signs that a lot of gifting has been done in W Australia, please let me know, okay? ~Don