November 3, 2013
We've seen how people in several African countries have contacted us after reading the forum reports and I'm very pleased to report that Linda in Eritrea has now also committed to this effort after bringing Nicholas Odiyo from Kenya and Hibrahim Mustafa from Ethiopia to teach her and to help set up her orgonite production. These fellows will be posting a report about the trip but I felt a little impatient to announce this development. I think Linda will be Eritrea's first orgonite miracle worker and here's her initial report and when she's sent me news of her field work I'll ask her to post it:
Hallow Don Croft,Thanks a lot for the team when came to me, both Hibrahim and Nicholas, they taught me good things which i had never knew in Life. They taught me how to make powerful orgonite like the one Nicholas told me that they sent to you.I know that through this practice i will be far much better. I believe you will get a full report of their mission.Thanks Linda
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Well we are at a town called Massawa which is situated on the eastern part of the country of Eritrea. Our works here in Eritrea had been very much encouraging. We had taught Linda some of the basics techniques of making the TBs the small ones which can be used for gifting to promote both fishing and agriculture. Really this town (Massawa) is located by the Red Sea, i know that working with the fishermen in this big Ocean will create a bigger impact for there will be underneath connection with our recent gifting in the Indian Ocean in Mombasa.
We happened to meet some of the fishermen from Yemen, in fact we had some good time with them, till we gave them some orgonite so that they can as well gift their ports on their ways back. we also had time to teach Linda on how to gift the towers, the distance required for the mission to avoid necessary interaction with the police.
We also had time to train Linda's friends and her neighbors, its quite fortunate that Linda had already had some of the friends who had red about the orgonite in different forums, so the only thing which was still lacking is how they can engage in the work practically. We had a good training time with them and they were very happy. Even tomorrow we are still going to have such kinds of good training.
However, i can say the work is so well and promising. We still have the ambition of gifting different places with the period that we are in Eritrea and i do believe that the result will be classic.
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October 10, 2011
Today we did a lot of gifting after helping Linda to make some good quality of the Tbs. we visited some few towers just to let Linda knows more about the orgonite. From a few interviews that we made from the outlook through Linda’s friends, those guys like the orgonite and am sure with time the result will be good.
October 10, 2011
November 3, 2013
Great work, guys, as always!
When I learn about new orgonite efforts in Africa, I enjoy looking at the satellite image and posted photos that you can find for each location on google maps and I see that the area around Massawa is quite verdant, so there's evidence of regular rainfall.
There's a mountain range that separates Massawa from the rest of Eritrea and the photos show a lot of greenery there, too.
Some years ago, an American fellow who was working in Dubai went out on a boat and dropped hundreds of towerbusters along the coast of the Persian Gulf from there and some distance along the Indian Ocean toward the Red Sea. Carol and I have seen evidence that dolphins will often carry orgonite great distances so it may be that some of it was delivered in the vicinity by them. I'm very encouraged that the Arab fishermen visiting Massawa were open to using orgonite, thanks to Nicholas and Hibahim's efforts. Those two are also commercial fishermen.
In very ancient times the Egyptians traded for incense (a species of sycamore produced the resin) with the African people along the Eritrean coast and claimed that 'their gods originally came from there.' Several of the Pharaohs had created their own canal from the Nile to the Red Sea but the origin was along the Nile in order to discourage invasions from the Mediterranean. The Egyptians had a formidable riverine navy but evidently relied on the Phoenicians for trading across open seas, except for the historic mission to Eritrea, which is well documented in hieroglyphics at one of Queen Hatshepsut's shrines.
Christine in Southern Sudan is keenly interested in getting orgonite in the Nile all the way to Egypt and I understand her ambition.
This areas along the coastal region is having varied climatic change , in fact it’s Hot, dry desert strip along Red Sea coast; it’s also cooler and wetter in the central highlands the rainfall is annually ; we also have the semiarid in western hills and lowlands where the rainfall heaviest during June-September except in the coastal desert. This brings to our view that the temperature in this place is quite favorable for agriculture. Only that the land had not been fertile for farming due to the chemical fertilizers which they had been using but due to the introduction of the orgonite I can guess a good result.
The temperature also differs depending on the area of the country. Massawa, the tropical beach area, which is one of the country’s main tourist attractions, now will be a good catchment of the business, in fact here we met many tourists from the Asian countries and our distribution of the orgonite had been received with a lot of enthusiasm.
Lind played a bigger role during our mission; in fact Linda is very much influential, even their people do understood her very well. She helped us in conducting the seminar in their native language which their people do understand in a high value. Yesterday we lectured about 25 farmers and I do believe that the farming outcome is going to be very good.
We also had a good opportunity of reaching the fishermen from both Asian and Africa; we found that some of the Asian fishermen had known more about the orgonite from some of their fellows from Mombasa where some of the kikundi had been visiting for gifting purpose.
We are planning to leave this country back to our countries, and before we do that Linda wanted to take us to visit some of her relatives for gifting purposes.
October 10, 2011
All the work is very good , today when we were going for gifting we met one witchcraft, he got frightened through the power he experienced from us. He really admired the orgonite which we had and he even begged us to give him of which we did, we knew that was also another way of gifting and we know by doing that the orgonite will spread even beyond our reach.
We are planning to leave Eritrea by Friday
Our recent expansion to Eritrea has paved for us a greater opportunity to explore the Northern Part of Africa. we know and we believed that our orgonite had previously reached Egypt via gifting through the river Nile, but now due to our expansion to Eritrea we are sure of making a greater move in that nation which is fully Arabic nation. The work which our colleagues did there through the support of our newly veteran Linda will promote a lot of exploration within that region of the shore of Red sea with in the Egyptian territory. we are now only yet to square the matter of Christine and after all these we are going to emphasize much of our effort in making the newly invented Bilo orgonite to reach those areas with the read sea.
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