Gifting is the practice of placing orgonite at strategic locations in the environment to reduce or eliminate the harmful energies around us and restore the etheric balance to the area.
This usually results in clear air and water, improved weather (bluer skies, healthier cloud formations and reduced drought conditions) and a more natural atmosphere.
Gifting 1. Towers.
Having made some Tower Busters (TBs) we can now use them to reduce the electromagnetic radiation in our target area.
For maximum efficiency; they should be placed as clos as is practicable to the source of the problem.
The proliferation of ‘cell phone’ towers in recent years represents the most ubiquitous problem for most people.
These ‘telecommunication’ masts emit high concentrations of electromagnetic radiation which has a debilitating effect on all life nearby.
It also negatively affects local weather systems and has been directly linked to the phenomenon of ‘global warming’ and climate change.
As most telecommunications signals are now handled by satellites; suspicions mount as to the true reason for so many towers in densely populated areas.
Whatever the truth of the matter; it has been found that placing a single TB anywhere within 200 meters of a cell-tower will transmute all its harmful electromagnetic emissions within minutes (and continue to do so as long as the TB remains in the area).
For this reason; we like to gift as many towers as is possible by hiding the TBs as well as possible.
In some cases this is an easy task; in others it is more difficult.
Usually by simply throwing a TB into vacant scrub-land somewhere near the tower will work admirably but this may not always be possible.
Some people like to bury the TB and this is also a practical option as orgonite’s function is not hindered by a layer of earth or even concrete.
The problem with burying orgonite is that it looks a little suspicious to the casual observer.
One may be confronted or the TB may be subsequently dug up to satisfy simple curiosity.
Generally a suitable hiding-place can be found but for difficult situations; I have found that a TB disguised as a stone is a useful solution.
These TB-stones were cast in a silicone mould but another way of disguising a TB as a stone is to pack a mixture of earth, cement and water around it and allow it to dry.
TBs of this kind can be left in plain sight without any fear of them being removed from the area as they are certain to be completely disregarded.
Cracks is the pavement, a hole near a tree-root, a storm-drain, a drainage ditch, a stream or lake may provide an adequate haven for your TB.
I like to gift on a motorcycle as it represents the most inconspicuous way of gifting and a reasonable quantity of TBs can easily be carried in a rucksack.
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