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The profile of our Joint East Africa meetting in Kisumu
December 27, 2016
1:45 pm
Owuor Chris
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To all our esteem friends and all the contributor of the gifting mission in both Africa and beyond. It’s my greater privilege to let you know and understand that our meeting kicked out with a bigger turn up despite some of the short comes. We had in mind to do both practical and the theory works. In the meeting we have both old members and also new members from DRC, Zambia, Burundi and some from Southern Sudan, up to now we still expect to have more colleagues from Rwanda and the lower parts of Tanzania, some have communicated to us assuring us of their attendance without fail.

With our plans we had the following in mind and hope that God willing all will be accomplished within the given time limit.

  1. Introducing new members within the Kikundi after thorough analysis.
  2. Reading and synthesizing our mandates i.e our role, the burden we have, the challenges which are there and the success which we had experienced for the last decade.
  3. We also had greater opportunity to spell out our vision of 2017
  4. Both old members and new members jointly applauded all that we disclosed to them and promised to double their effort so that our dreams it’s well calculated intended goal.

Now with our meeting we faced just challenges as per now, the resin that we had for practical is quite insufficient and will finally force the team to embark on the theories.

Yesternight we took most of our times gifting as a demonstration for our new members to practically know and practically understand what the term gifting means. Really they were very happy and I duly trust that they will do it even better than us for most of them are young and energetic youths with sharp vision.

Tomorrow we are going to have a good time for the seminar where we will sensitize our members on some areas that they might not be clear to equip them for mission. We will also let them know some of the secrete powers in the orgonite and zappers. My happiness is that both our new and old members are quick in catching and go with the vision. However it’s my determination that after this joint meeting and we are going to create a bigger market for our products.

More reports are coming soon bless you all

Chris

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January 3, 2017
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The seminar we had brought a lot of healthy teaching for our team successfully had time to sit with us and watch how things are being done. We had a team from southern Sudan, Congo, Tanzania, Rwanda Burundi, Ethiopia and Somali. In the first day demonstrate to them how gifting can be done and in fact we did this together with some of them at night. That night we managed to visit one of the nearest police stations at night. We were to do it 300 mm a ways as we had been advised to avoid the unnecessary interference by the police. The mission went on well and in fact quite a number of them fully understand the meaning of gifting.

 After we had resin and the catalyst plus other basic materials for orgonite making procedure, we managed to work together with the team as practical demonstration to enable our new members to catch up with our vision of orgonite making move. In fact through this we had people with good testimonies assuring us that from what they have observed they are going to start such plants in their various countries to make the distribution easier in their areas.

We also had time to introduce the new members on the impact of zapper; we went as far as citing some of the practical cases that we had witnessed where zapper worked miraculously in treatment of some of the lithol and incurable diseases. In fact our people were very much enthusiastic and promised to double their effort to see the vision exceed the expected areas.

Now my experience from this, that we have done, we have created a wider scope of orgonite gifting, manufacturing and good market. My appreciation goes beyond our borders to all who sported us during this moment of hard experience. I also appreciate our Kikundi for their collaboration for without them we could not manage to experience such a bigger achievement.

Finally we are going to increase our mission to cover all the uncovered areas so as to meet the rising demand of the world expectation

Mrs. O

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Owuor Chris, Carlos Silva, Christine Oginga
January 3, 2017
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Owuor Chris
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Thanks a lot Mrs O for a well elaborated report, in fact its my pleasure to let our people have in mind that our end year conference ended up with a lot of positive outcome, our delegates came as expected from within East and parts of other surrounding nations i.e. Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Burundi Somali and Southern Sudan. Despite some setbacks we managed to  have good time with them , in fact we did both theory and practical works plus having some seminars for sensitization on matters concerning the impact of the orgonite. Our team got humble time to sit and watch how orgonite is being made, and in fact now quite a number know the ratio of resin, catalyst, stones, aluminum fibers and the muti (bilo) in orgonite making processes. During the process of demonstration we even gave them time to ask questions so that they can understand the process further. My trust and believe is that out time together did something of value.

We also got time to bring on board in our discussion the impact of zappers in human health and stability. Our new colleague members got time to inquire much concerning the device which now has become very much essential for the stability of our health especially in our contemporary society.

We know from all these we will widen our focus through expanding our activities in both East Africa and in other countries around us. my expectation is that come next year even delegates from South Africa Malawi , Ghana and even from Chad. i can see its going to a world wide movement with an aim to sensitize the world on how we can keep our environment, our health steady for the world has been corrupted with a lot of technologies which in return leaves our environment affected and even polluted. Like one of the issue which is very much detrimental in our environment is (jwala) plastic bag remain, chemical fertilizer in our farming activities. Th use of explosive gadgets in our mining all these has weaken the strength and the stability of our environment and thus unless we thoroughly gift our environment  we shall have no more good health in  the future. Another health hazard that we must make sure that we bring into control via our gifting is the desertification through human and drought. This one will be effectively achieved by continuous gifting that will enable our ares to have sufficient rainfall to re-afforest our enviranment. I believe all of us know ozone depletion caused by excess drought by unnecessary deforestation. All these must be brought to control and hard work plus proper coordination can do all these. Thus our seminar and orgonite demonstration and sensitization project that we had has a lot to play in both our country and beyond.

My appreciation goes to all our members and friends both in our country and outside for their flamboyant cooperation.

Chris

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Carlos Silva, Christine Oginga
January 4, 2017
5:53 pm
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Thanks for this historic progress report, Chris, and Mrs O.  Once again, Africans are setting the standard for the rest of the world in this phenomenal, global movement.

In the West, finance is overemphasized and in Africa, the question of finance is more incidental Wink, as you may have seen, but we see that the question of means was answered for this event without need for donations from beyond the continent, this time, and I'm sure it was expensive. In the past, our friends needed donations in order to cover the expenses for much smaller annual gatherings that didn't even involve manufacturing orgonite. It's incredibly gratifying to see that your vision for the growth of this movement across Africa is materializing in such a dynamic and organic way.

Dr Reich observed that, 'Organization is death,' and advised that people should always minimize organization in order to have a healthy society. A good example of how that timely principle  has been applied successfully is the internet itself; another good example is the way that the kikundi have been developing this grassroot effort internationally over the past 13 years.  A lesser example, I believe, is this international forum, which evidently sets the standard in the world for carrying out field work with orgonite. Keeping it appropriately simple, for instance, has been inspiring a lot of people to do this on their own and earn the requisite, observable confirmations.

In the first five years of this movement, which began in the summer of 2001, there was a concerted effort by the Old Parasite to persuade Carol and I to agree to organize the effort but the idea always felt repugnant to us, of course.  I think westerners have mostly lost the ability to work easily in groups, especially since WWII, and that this outcome was intentional. The infrastructure and planning for that unappy result took centuries to accomplish and that effort was never spent in Africa, I think because it was intended to decimate Africa's population long before now in order to pillage the continent's mineral resources--another calamitous failure of the corporate world order.  

Whenever Carol and I got together in our travels with small groups of orgonite flingers in those years, at least half the number were paid agents and controlled, well-programmed drones, every time.  So we stopped agreeing to go to those meetings. The end of those invitations came when we went to Florida to disable the hurricane agenda in the fall of 2005 and, by then, this forum was finally established and vital and we had been in contact with the kikundi for a couple of years.  Most of the people in Europe and North America who we had been in close contact with had been subverted by infiltrators but we weren't discouraged. It was obvious that most of the people who do this field work are not interested in networking or even telling the world about their successes. It reminds me, a bit, of how the hundreds of people who gave Wilhelm Muller $20,000 for a magnet-powered engine that fits in a suitcase were strangely committed to silence. You can bet that when and if my attempt to have the first free-energy (Joe Cell) powered aircraft next summer will be broadcast Cool.  I've got all the pieces and am only waiting for warm weather to put them together. 

The kikundi were a great source of encouragement and confirmation for us, even in those fairly dark first years. By then, they were the late David and Emmah, Mrs O, Christine and her late husband, Salva, Dancan, Chris and Nicholas.

I tried to translate bilo but wasn't successful.  Maybe after I've gone back to East Africa and learned Kiswahili in a few years I'll understand it better.   I'm glad to see that there's an appropriate name for the special, interactive energy element that the kikundi are adding to their orgonite. Our good friend, Georg Ritschl, in Johannesburg, of organiseafrica.com uses the term, mutti, for a similar element that he buys from a local Zulu or Xhosa traditional healer to add to some of his orgonite but I'm relieved to know that the kikundi are using a more appropriate term for the element that they're getting from a traditional doctor in Tanzania.  Chris, who writes very expressively in English, as you know, is getting that full account for me from Eliud in Tanzania, who made the journey to meet that renowned doctor last year.  Mrs O sent me a sample of orgonite made with the new bilo and in a couple of weeks we'll be done evaluating it. The last step will be to mail it to our veteran psychic associate, 'Hawthorn,' in Connecticut, with whom I dropped perhaps the last of the needed earthpipes in the sea at the underground base complex centered at Montauk, New York, last summer.  Carol's taking it on the road with Dooney and Stevo on a cross-continent orgonite flinging/burying expedition, next week.  

It took Mrs O three tries to send it to me, so the sabotage of the first two efforts were a nice confirmation that this new African product is making the Old Parasite anxious Cool.   The postmaster in Migori, Kenya, where it was mailed from, is a close ally of the kikundi so such sabotage is hard to carry out in her jurisdiction. In the second attempt, the thief was caught trying to sell the orgonite piece, locally.   I'm doing this evaluation in the same way that Michael Gienger collected his empirical data for his exemplary book, Crystal Power; Crystal Healing, and this is going to help me honestly promote the sale of this orgonite abroad for the kikundi--a good source of discretionary cash for them for such needs as the occasional arrests and other physical sabotage that they, alone, are still experiencing these days.  The fact that they hosted this international conference without needing financial help from abroad is the historic aspect of the event that has excited me the most.

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Christine Oginga, Carlos Silva
January 5, 2017
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Congratulations on this next step. I think it will help to make the kikundi safer, now when others are taught how to make orgonite. Also solves the problem of having to travel further and further afield to distribute orgonite in new areas and countries.

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Christine Oginga
January 5, 2017
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Hallow EW reader, I am Hibrahim one of the Kikundi   gifter from Ethiopia, I have taken a long time before featuring in the Gifting field. I was bitten by crocodile while gifting in one of the lakes in Ethiopia sometimes back but now I have recovered. I managed to come to Kenya with one of my friends from Ethiopia and the other from Eritrea.

Our East Africa and beyond orgonite training conference which we had in Kisumu towards the end of last year has greatly impacted my life, there are a lot of things which I had an opportunity to see practically. I witnesses how the rainfall has changed both Kisumu areas and even beyond. We had about 22 participants from various countries, we learned the modern technique of gifting, and we also had an opportunity to learn how to make high powered orgonite with another energy producing power from the traditional doctor called the bilo.

The rainfall is sufficient in Kisumu and other neighboring counties till some constructors making Petrol station using some improvise rudder to interfere with the weather condition to stop rainfall but still the outcome still desiring. What I can suggest is that Mrs. O should also be equipped with powerful cloud baster to counter their rudders. To enable the rain to be of good inflow. In fact during our stay and workshop program, we even sneaked at night and gift those trenches and holes dug by the construction groups to deactivate their power.

Their gifting in Lake Victoria also made the water to be fresh and clean I like our fellow Kikundi in Kenya for the hard and good work. People Lauren, Mary and Frank supported us during our workshop. Mrs O and some members of the Kikundi really took care of us during those days of the workshop, i believe most of the Kikundi will post their experience. End of next month i will host some of the Kikundi to come over to Ethiopia to come to help me with the gifting work.

Hibrahim

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Christine Oginga
January 8, 2017
4:28 pm
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Our end year meeting was very  much successful and for sure we have  a good step ahead. Its true that now our participants from different countries are going to implement all  that they had learned from our  compressive session that we had together. Now we have a plan of making four cloud basters to counter the rudders that our domestic construction groups are making to stop the rain fall.

Mrs O

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