The fellow who sent me this is a farmer who had produced extraordinary regional effects with his gifting. I invited him to post reports but he declined but said I can post them. The grape crop was extraordinary, this year and I gather that the bounty was localized enough to show that his orgonite had done it. African farmers are generally quicker to pick up on orgonite's miraculous ability than Western farmers are but it will happen everywhere before long.
Very few of us are followed by the sewer rat agencies when we're gifting, any more, but he took good precautions, anyway, and was careful to take note of who was around him. I think the only gifters who are getting bothered by the $#!+birds, now, are a couple in Utah--one of the few remaining Draconian estates? All of their tires were destroyed one night, right after a gifting sortie, also all of the tires on a relative's car. I forgot to mention to them that they probably shouldn't look at it as vandalism, especially where they live.
Many years ago, a couple of the guys in Montreal (Steeve Debellefuille and I think Alexandre Emard) came out of a lecture hall after delivering a well-received presentation about orgonite and saw a guy in clean coveralls running away from their car after having just slashed the tires. They were evidently supposed to see him do that but of course that just spurred them on to do more good work and one of them posted about it on EW. I think the sewer rats are getting tired of seeing us post about their intimidation/surveillance chicanery. I know these 'government' agents fear and loathe having their photos included. ~Don
As promissed I gifted the motorway (autoroute A61) from Narbonne to Toulouse. This is about 140 kilometer and I distributed about 50 TB's going there and 50 TB's on the way back. So 100 TB's in total. I did not stop to gift but just threw out every 5 kilometer a TB through the open right window of my car. When I saw a deathtower I did the same, as close to the deathtower as possible. When the tower was far away or very big with much antennes I gifted two TB's. As I did the same on my way back, every deathtower has been gifted by two Tb's and those far away or very big by four TB's.
The precautions I took was that I wore Carol's HP and two Ben Morton M17 pendants. Moreover I had my Succor Punch running in my car. Interestingly in the beginning my SP stopped running, (the light went out) and when I then turned the batteries a little bit it started running again (the light went on). This happened four or five times. I then put the battery pack with the switch and the light on a TB and the SP kept on running all the time.
I drove along at about 90 kilometer an hour and all passenger cars passed me with about 120 kilometer to 130 kilometer an hour. So if I was being followed it would have been apparent immediatly. I did not see any cars following me.
However most of the resting places along the A61 (Aires) were closed down and even a number of places were you could depart the road to other destinations (bretelles) were closed down. As there were many deathtowers located on resting places (Aires) I stopped there anyway and gifted the deathtower.
There was not one rectangular pond along this motorway that I have seen. So I think that along this highway there are no unground nuclear installations. Also the area and the motorway (A61) itself had a healthy, clean feeling. This was in sharp contrast with local roads near the coast which I drove along to get to Narbonne which had a dirty, grubby feeling. The same can be said for the motorway A9 from Narbonne to Beziers. It to felt dirty and grubby. The remarkable thing was that on this strech of motorway (A9) there were less (about halve) deathtowers per kilometer as along the A61 Narbonne - Toulouse.
On the local roads going to Narbonne I did gift one big deathtower. On the A9 going back from Narbonne to Beziers I gifted about 7 or 8 deathtowers.
All in all it was an gifting trip with no disturbances. However as I am writing this I got the news that the wife of my eldest brother living on the Cote d'Azur about 300 km away had a brainstroke.