this past saturday the crofts and i went on a mission to nail an underground base we have known about for a while but hadn't gotten to until this day. it is situated under a point of land which is the north-west corner of the national seashore on jupiter island. structurally it is a maybe three-quarter mile circular dike or berm about twenty-five feet high inside of which dredge spoils are occasionally pumped. it looks like the friggin' moon in there- barren with no footprints and very few animal signs, except on the edges sometimes.
we were prepared for all contingencies as we did not look at it previously as it is watched closely. don brougt his little foldable mo-ped in case we needed to approach from further away.
our first landing choice was a no-go as the current was too much and there were too many watchers about on the north side. we circled down and around to the west and spotted a perfect tiny landing beach. about this time a helicopter shows up and flies over to some other boats temporarily out of sight.carol said they were looking for us but couldn't see us. i had my trusty old succorpunch, but carol or don may have disappeared us with some yogi trick.
i strapped on the bag of earthpipes, hammer and tbs while don beached the boat commando style and i jumped out and climbed the hill in my bare feet- oops. up on the berm i encountered the moonscape and immediately set off on the circular perimiter down inside setting pipes and throwing tbs. i did this under a full trot. it was exceptionally creepy feeling running on that surface.... it felt like i was going to fall through on any one of my steps. strange energy there. really strange.
on one end of the area was an exposed steel structure that housed a drain system but there were also deeper shadows down under there. i didn't hesitate too long as i did not want to be spotted in there.
the place is definitely overgifted with nine or ten earthpipes and a dozen towerbusters, but it will no longer give off the heinous black energy it had previously. don and carol picked me up and we got the hell out of there gifting the intracoastal on the way back to stuart boatlanding. i have still to go back and check the difference of the energy signature over that place.
i do want to comment how much better the water looks that comes out of the stuart inlet now. last year we or i posted about the health crisis in the st. lucie river and the outbreak of a case of flesheating bacteria caught by a woman on a jet ski. the health officials were in a quandry as to where it came from and finally came up with some explanation. the local fishermen were bemoaning the poor quality of the water environment, demanding action and answers.
this year you will hear nothing from any of them because their river was given back to them (and everyone in it) by we who gifted it so diligently.i've got a few more moves to do way upstream along with a nuke/electric plant, which will complete that job. right now any water that flows out of there gets orgone charged. maybe i should write the stuart news about it and see who tries to take credit for our work. then i will tell them the truth while i have their attention.