A quite big giftign adventure that regrouped many gifters
I decided to go after the largest antennas with about 50kg of orgonites (5x2kg for the big ones and around 500 TBs)
It was about 25 TBs per antenna and once in a while a bigger one. I know it's a lot, but since I wont go back there ever again I might as well be sure orgonites will stay there and ready for any new antennas they can install!
On the way to Paris (I went east to west in the ~north of france) the first antenna south of Reims
Next antenna near Villers-Cotterêts
Then in Paris I met one french gifter and we gifted the Mon-Valérien, a friend told us this needed gifting (without knowing what was there) and he was right it turned out to be a military base in a pentagon shaped fortified castle.
The clouds started opening up quite quickly
Some days later (I stayed in Paris for about a week) and I continued the gifting of La Seine (water stream in Paris) further than what was already done in the past by an other gifter, between Colombes and Argenteuil.
And dropped two big things at the end
That's about what was done, around 50 TBs (with the two big ones for the big dot) and I placed some TBs inside the suburban area I don't remeber really where..
Then after some holiday time back to big antennas! (Usually big TV masts but there are also huge concrete towers which I have no idea what their purpose is..)
This time with another gifter
These are not the same antennas...
The first was near Domont (approximately well north of the surburbs of Paris) and the next in Seran (about north-east of Magny-en-Vexin)
After the second tower, this is what happened
Isn't it nice, and I glad i'm starting to get good at making these 360° panoramas!
Then we gifted other small antennas not far from the A15 about north or Argenteuil
A small test with orgonite and frozen water for a change
Then I went further west to meet another gifter and we gifted again together
A quite big antenna in Chartres, in a kind of a new architecture area, it's hard to place TBs in these places
A water tower
The next big antenna next to Nogent-le-Rotrou
And other small antennas on the way to a bigger one
The main TV emiter of Alecon (about 40km north-east of Alençon)
And other water towers of the way back home..
And then I drove more west toward brittany to meet 3 gifters!!
On the way to there, the main TV mast for the Mayenne department (about 30km north-west of Le-Mans)
An unplanned visit to le Mans when I saw that big tower there (while I was going to another one )
And again other unplanned antennas in Le-Mans
And as usual sometimes too, chemtrails
Then I continued south toward Tours for the next mast about half-way between Tours and Le-Mans along the A28
That's apparently the tallest mast in france 342m..
Then I was kind of out of stock, just a couple dozen TBs it was time to get to the otehr gifters who had made other stocks
WHile staying there we had a very lovely visit and others every single day..
That's the same sylph morphing over a good hour, in the morning the sky was full of chemtrails...
And here we went again the next day
The new funky stock with many natural resin orgonites..
An antenna on the way
We gifted all sorts of places on the way (small cities, small water streams, antennas etc.)
Around 10 TBs there
And again a big TV mast about 20km north of Vannes.
4 people gifting, that's so great!! I hope it will happen more and more in the future for all of us
Then we forgot to make a single photo.. But most of the orgonties were for a military/air base near Lorient (that one seemed to have a lot of stuff underground with all sorts of non terrestrial beings..)
Next day we were just three and we went again to another large TV mast with a new stock
The TV mast about 20km north-west of Rennes
A nice confirmation again
That's abotu it for the big things, I and with others gifted surely about a hundred of other antennas along all the roads to go here and there..
Then when I got back home I was welcomed
Thanks to all the gifters, this was really a great adventure!
That's the approximative positions of the big masts that were gifted
just for the fun
"Someday, after we have mastered the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we will harness for God the energies of love and then, for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire!" Pierre Teilhard de Chardin