Dancan sent me the following YouTube video:
It's a little over seven minutes and shows a young couple trying to land a netful of fish. Unfortunately, it took them longer than seven minutes to get it to shore but one of the features of this film is that it shows the clean and clear water of the lake that orgonite has enabled. When Carol was at that spot, ten years ago, the water stunk and was opaque, there was scum along the shore and visitors were warned not to step in it on account of the severe toxicity and the presence of dangerous parasites (a condition shared by the US Government and other terrorist organizations ). The only thing that changed, after that, was that Dancan and friends distributed orgonite in the water.
There weren't many fish in the water, then, either. Dancan speculates that fish from other areas are drawn to the parts of the lake where there is orgonite. This would explain why many more fish are caught shortly after the orgonite has been distributed. It takes a lot more time for fish to hatch and grow to a suitable length to be harvested, of course.
An immediate affect of all the initial gifting was an overgrowth of water hyacinth, which choked the water so thoroughly that fishermen couldn't get their boats through it and into deeper water to fish. Even though this was alarming it only lasted a few weeks and water hyacinth is actually fish food, after all. Dancan posted photos of that condition at the time, thankfully.
Some of the best fish I ever ate were tilapia (Nile perch) from Lake Victoria, when I was in Uganda. The tilapia we get over here is all farmed and is kind of disappointing.
I tried, four times, to add a comment on the YouTube site but was prevented. Maybe someone else can succeed.
Asante sana, ndugu Dancan, for posting a video for the record on YouTube!