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Operation Raindance

"Operation Raindance" is my personal gifting efforts in Australia. Below are reports of this gifting............ (NOTE - For faster loading, only 2 Blog entries are shown on each page - please click on "View older posts" at bottom of page)


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Gifting Report 4 - Darwin to Brisbane - 11th November 2009

Posted by orgonizeaustralia on November 11, 2009 at 10:25 AM Comments comments (5)

This will be the final gifting report for Operation Raindance!!  :)


 

After leaving Katherine, we headed north, gifting all the towers we could see along the highway all the way to Darwin. There were two weather balls in Darwin which we gifted but my camera had broken by this point so no photos of these!  :(


 

Next, heading south, back toward Katherine, we hit the Humpy Doo transmitting station where we found lots and lots of tall towers and masts, some with cables joining to each other. Unfortunately we failed to locate the actual naval communications station at Humpty Doo but at least we came across this juicy target which received 2 HHGs and about 60 Tbs around he perimeter….


Camera still broken by this point so no photos!  :(


 

Arriving back in Katherine, we busted the next weather ball on the list……. (Camera situation sorted by this point!)  :tongue:


 



 

Then we followed the highway, gifting all roadside towers along the way, until we arrived in Tennant Creek where we found and gifted another weather ball……..

 


 

On our way to Uluru (ayrers rock) we stopped to make some Earthpipes for gifting Pine Gap. This was the first time I had made any Eps but I think they went quite well!

 

Also on our way to Uluru, driving at night, we spotted a bright light travelling across the sky, funnily enough, towards Pine Gap!

Normally I would have just put this down to a passing satellite but this thing was pulsing its light, brighter, dimmer, brighter dimmer in a very consistent manor….. We stopped to watch it pass…….. It was pretty high up so the video I took didn’t turn out very well at all I’m afraid!  :mad:

 

We arrived at Uluru for sunrise and deployed 30 Tbs equally distant from one another around the base of the massive rock……..

 


 

Driving back the way we came, we drove down the private access road toward Pine Gap, Eps and HHGs at the ready…… Unfortunately, however we could not even get close to the base as there was a huge fort knox style checkpoint with signs warning us of 7 years in prison if we even took a photo!  :unsure:

 

We tried to knock afew Eps in anyway but the ground was just too solid  so we had to leave Pine Gap ungifted which was hugely disappointing.  :ohmy:  Need somebody with balls of steel in a camo suit and a dark night to gift this one I think!! :dry:

 

Just around the corner from Pine Gap, we found some huge AM transmitters and some big cobweb like masts apparently used for the airport. These received some Hhgs and lots of Tbs……….


AM transmitters......... busted!

 


 


Strange "cobweb" like masts.............Busted!



 

Next we gifted the weather ball at Alice Springs…….

 


Sorry its sideways- seems no matter what I do I cannot get it to rotate........ strange  :(

 

Then we started to race back to Brisbane for my flight!! (gifting HWY towers along the way!)

 

The last targets on the list got busted, including a weather ball at Longreach…..

 

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And another AM transmitter……

 


 

Sideways again, I know - sorry!!  :D


Got back to Brisbane just in time to catch my flight home to the UK…… which is where I am now - arrived safely……. In fact we had no obvious interference whatsoever for the whole trip which was rather nice!

 

Many thanks go to those who kindly donated money to this gifting trip…… without your amazing generosity I can honestly say it would not have happened!

Actually I’d probably be stuck somewhere in the outback right now, scrounging for petrol money to get home!! So Thankyou, thank you and thank you again!!!  :)

 

Also, big thanks go to those who did energy work for the trip in the EW chat room or on there own…… With your good skills, we were assuredly protected!!  :tongue:

 

And of course, many thanks to all other gifters in Australia! Keep up the good work and may it rain lots in the drought regions!!  :D

 

Cheers!

 

Dave

 

 


Gifting Report 3 - Perth to Darwin - 17 October 2009

Posted by orgonizeaustralia on October 17, 2009 at 1:20 PM Comments comments (2)

Sorry it took a while to finally get it up here - but here it is!!  :D


Upon leaving Perth, we soon found ourselves merrily chucking towerbusters out of the van window, busting the various different towers and masts along the side of the highway.

 

 

We soon reached Geraldton and busted the weather station there...

 

 




 

 

After gifting all the town centre towers in Geraldton we headed slightly inland to the Geraldton satellite communications station, where we found 5 huge radomes (only 3 in photo) - we placed 2 HHGs and 10 TBs as close to the base as possible.

Whilst gifting the radome base, a beautiful big butterfly flew in front of us within very close proximity...... it was so unusual that I commented that it might be a sign of a job well done.........  :roll:

 

 




 

 

Next we found this huge dish which we gifted with 3 TBs....

 

 




 

 

Arriving in Carnarvon we busted the weather ball along with the town centre transmitters...

 

 




 

 

Next we drove up to Exmouth and located the HUGE transmitter there....... officially, its supposed to be used by the US and Australian military as a communications station for submarines but suspicions abound as to it being used secretly for manipulating the weather........ This thing is HUGE - 2.5 KM in diameter........

 

 

This was the view from the nearby lighthouse.........

 

 




 

 

This was the information sign about the station........

 

 




 

 

Nice geometric shape as you can see - and there are 13 towers in total - a lovely sacred number there......

 

 

We placed about 150 TBs along the perimeter with 4 HHGs in total in a square around the 13 towers........

 

 

On the way down the beach to place our first HHG as close as possible another lovely big butterfly fluttered past us....... I must say, that was the first time I've ever seen a butterfly on the beach and it seemed obvious to me with the timing that it was some kind of confirmation for us.........

 

 

We trekked off the beach through the bush to get as close as possible to one of the 13 towers but we wanted to be within the law so we had to stop short of the perimeter fence to place our first HHG.........

 

 




 

 

Only a minute or two after gifting, I was gazing at the tower, contemplating, when 2 teardrop shaped orbs appeared in my vision - floating around the tower...... I don't see this kind of thing often but it seemed to me to perhaps be the positive orgone energy at work.

 

 

This was another sign we saw when gifting from another angle......

 

 




 

 

4HHGs and 150 TBs later and we felt we had gifted the array as much as possible........ The HHGs were pretty huge with big chunky crystals and copper spirals but I can only hope that they do do a thorough job and transmute all the way to the centre tower which is 1.25 KM away from the furthest outer tower....We deployed our HHGs probably within 1 KM of the outer towers so that's 2.25kms distance from the centre of the array that the orgonite has to work across but they are big pyramids and we are talking about spiritual energy here so hopefully this thing is fully busted now!    :unsure:

 

Here is a close up of the main, centre tower with all the cables joining onto it...........

 

 

 

On the way back from the 13 tower transmitter, we saw in the distance, another array, almost exactly the same only smaller...... however, it was very far away off the road and the only access points were blocked by huge gates with warning signs so we threw a load of towerbusters out along the road on our way past - this is the best we could do without  "trespassing" and the risk of being arrested........ Need the Etheric Airforce for this one!  :tongue:

 

 

This is a close up shot of the not-so-busted array.......     (Behind that first tower)  

 

 

 

Within the same perimeter fenced area, there were many other towers and masts - we placed TBs as close as possible to these too....... Not-so-busted masts.......

 

 

 

These ones look like cranes but they are (not-so-busted) transmitters of some kind........

 

 

 

The whole lot including the HUGE 13 tower transmitter is all owned and maintained by boeing, aparently......

 

 

There were a few towers in the town of Exmouth and along the roadside which all got busted..

 

 

Learmonth weather station up in the hills received some gifts too......

 

 

 

On our way north, along the coast, we decided to take a break and go visit the dolphins at Monkey Mia......It truly is a magical, almost untouched beach at Monkey Mia where wild dolphins have been coming in for a feed by the humans since the 60's........... they are such amazing beings...... just looking into their eyes feels like a spiritual experience in itself!! This was the closest encounter I've ever had with dolphins and I'm so grateful for it!! Thanks little dolphin dudes!!   :wink:

 

 

I thought I would share a couple of photos I took of the little guys........

 

 

 

Close up.........

 

 

 

Further north along the coast we arrived in Dampier and located the next weather ball on our list only to find it was on an inaccessible island so we had to leave that one un-busted.....   :(

 

 

We busted most of the towers in Dampier and Karratha including some big radio masts on a hill and then hit the road, where there we're lots of these towers, every 10 KMs or so............

 

 

 

..........all busted!!

 

 

We found and gifted this nasty looking transmitter in Roebourne......

 

 

 

Next was Port Hedland and South Hedland where we busted all the towers we could find and also the weather station...... We didn't get a photograph of the weather ball as there was a meteorologist hanging around outside and we didn't want to attract too much attention....... she didn't see us throwing out TBs into the surrounding bushes anyway which we were glad about!!

 

 

Arriving in Broome, we busted all the "normal" towers we could find, and also the local weatherball.............

 

 

 

After chilling out on the beach in Broome to recuperate, we began the long drive inland to Darwin........... As we cornered the highway into Halls Creek, this thing appeared in front of us......... I didn't have this one on the list so I'm glad it wasn't hidden away as we would have missed it!

 

 

 

Then we arrived in Katherine......We drove past lots more towerbuster-worthy tech on the way from Katherine to Darwin but decided to gift it all on the way back down south so that lot will be included in the next report....... Darwin to Brisbane......

 

 

We haven't watched the news or weather for ages but last night, while eating some dinner at an outback pub we spoke to a lady from somewhere near Adelaide and she said there had been a huge amount of rain in South Australia and Victoria recently..... she mentioned there had been some flooding including places quite far inland that haven't seen rain for 3 or 4 years........ My friends mother who lives in inland Victoria said that she has seen more rain recently than she has in 7 or 8 years so something is happening!! One thing I am pretty certain about......... people are manipulating the weather for their own selfish reasons not just in Australia but globally and they are doing a pretty good job of keeping it covered up........... One other thing I am certain about......... the power of orgonite is absolutely amazing!! So keep on gifting on!!

 

 

 Cheers!  Dave -                 [email protected]


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