We were successful(!) on this second try to gift an ugly pair of weather balls up at around 11,000 in Utah.
We had stumbled upon them while agate hunting with a friend last month & had no orgonite with us that time (tactical error). 2 of our party became ill while we were there & the rest of us experienced headaches and general malaise. Being that near to those things made the hair on my neck stand up.
We tried getting back up there 2 weeks later, only to discover about 2' of snow over the top of the mountain. Arrgh!
Today we had no troubles getting there. We used our rock hounding as a reason to get out of the vehicle & strategically place TB's, it's so high up there that the vegetation is sparse. It's clear they are putting in more underground power, there was lots of disturbed earth & new power boxes that weren't there a month ago. There was a crew of guys working on one of the buildings who we just avoided. ("Nuthin here to see but a couple of nutty rockhounds", I kept projecting)
Lance was initially rather impacted, as we approached the big black ball, reporting that he was having a hard time thinking and felt awful. We slowly followed the road around past that one, stopping to get out and wander out into the field, picking up agates and dropping TB's in the gooseberries. Nobody will mess with those TB's unless they have heavy equipment! Gooseberries are super-thorny, worse than blackberries. Perfect place to deploy TB's.
We followed one road out that we hadn't before and were astonished to find yet another tower with 3 big drums & a small one over a hill, down where it's not easily seen. This whole area is just bristling with hardware, see my album if you want to see more pics. You can see those damn balls for miles.
We figure we placed 12 - 15 TB's up there. The feeling in the area noticeably changed as we went. With 4/5 of the job done, we stopped to eat sandwiches and a pair of hawks circled above us & a wood pecker began drumming a tree nearby. It had been kind of eerily quiet before. The atmosphere was definitely lightening.
We had to get right under the smaller ball to be able to place TB's & finish the job. At that point my head started hurting, my ears were ringing & I was fighting to stay aware. The truck full of guys who'd been working came flying back up the hill. I wondered to Lance if the place was suddenly experiencing technical difficulties (grin).
We figured it was time to place our final TB's and get outta there, so we did. We noted being flown around and over by a flock of those incredible high mountain blue birds as we headed out, a lovely confirmation.
We stepped out on faith and determination to do this run. 2 nights before our tires had been ice-picked while we were gone on a 2 day rock hounding and gifting trip. Ruined all of our tires as well as Lance's mom's, who left her car in our driveway to go with us. We gifted the biggest drum I've ever seen (easily 3x the size of the usual big ones) out near a geothermal plant in the high desert; I will be posting a picture of it in my album soon. We've been hitting a lot of towers in the past weeks + LDS churches and a high-mesa base we suspect may be a large underground facility. We can't prove the ice-picking was related to our gifting, but suspect it may be. If it was, it won't stop us.
We bought all the gear to put up motion sensors & blinding lights and this time we hid our car elsewhere while we are gone. Our priority was getting up on the mountain before it becomes impossible for the winter. Recently there was a "tornado warning" a few miles up the highway from us. This is unprecedented here. They just don't happen. We have recently noted what we think is a HAARP array in that same area & figured they used that and these balls to whip that one up. That array is a high priority target for us. Will post pics of it when we get it done.
All the high mountains in our area have huge stands of dead trees (you can see them in my album pics of these weather balls) - due to pine beetle infestations which are a result of trees having been weakened by a near 15 year drought that has been going on. We strongly suspect it's been manufactured and will be watching the precipitation levels this winter. We did note that the day after we got our CB up there was a real deluge, glorious. We also note more chem trails lately than had been seen for some time. Funny, though, there's always a hole in them over our place.
Well, that's all for now.