Gardens, goat boards and holy hand grenades
A pictorial ramble through my Spring projects
I haven’t posted anything in a while so I wanted to do a little pictorial newsletter to let you know what I’ve been up to.
I had been working on a big piece about the global engineered socioeconomic collapse but – frankly – it’s so damn depressing I haven’t even wanted to finish it. Also, I get the feeling that anybody who needs to know probably already knows and everybody else is just going to get triggered — but not enough to actually take back their power and make things better.
That’s where I’ve been as far as the online world for the last several weeks. As we talked about on our last podcast, so much of what is being broadcast on social media — even the alt type — is laced with fear. I just haven’t wanted to be there.
Where I have wanted to be is outside in Nature and in my studio making things. We feel so blessed to be living in the country. Granted, we listened when our intuition told us to get out of the city two years ago and we endured quite a pilgrimage en route to finding our new home. But we feel fortunate to be here in the hills of middle Tennessee and we have been enjoying our beautiful life here this spring. (Say what you will about global lockdowns, false flag epidemics, and the promised global famine but the attempted destruction of global civilization has a way of focusing one on the simple joys available to us day by day.)
Gardens, goat boards, and holy hand grenades
Phoenix is growing a booming, gorgeous, lush and abundant garden. I have helped out by supplying manual labor, mostly in the form of digging out a tractor-rutted hillside and building garden beds.
I’m also growing two little crops of oat grass. The first one is almost ready to harvest and I’m excited to make a batch of milky oat tincture sometime in the next two weeks. If you don’t know about milky oats, it’s an amazing restorative tonic that tastes incredible. (My herbalism teacher Jim McDonald once said if he could give Americans only one herbal remedy, it would be milky oats.)
Locally-grown herbal medicine is one of the things we are seeing as a super-valuable commodity in the coming years. We’ve already made yarrow flower essence this spring, we still have some Solomon’s seal tincture left over from last fall and Phoenix is growing tons of medicinal herbs as well as beans, peas, tomatoes, squash, potatoes, carrots, lettuces, peppers and more.
I have also been working part time for a farmer friend and one of my jobs has been helping mill lumber after a tornado took down 150 yellow pine trees on his property over the winter. I’m working part-time on a barter basis which includes fresh-milled two-by-fours and what our friend with the portable mill calls “goat boards” — irregular slabs of wood that are perfect for siding a goat barn or chicken coop.
Right now most of the wood is drying in the back yard but I made a little shelf out of a piece of goat board because I needed a shelf and I had a leftover piece that seemed like the perfect size:
As you might have guessed from the spool of wire and wire tools on the shelf, I’ve been making a lot of orgonite pieces since I posted the chembusting videos. We’ve experienced such a dramatic shift in our bodies’ ability to withstand the near-constant barrage of radiation and chemical spraying since I put up the pipes — I’ve been a little obsessed with the potential for orgonite to positively influence the environment.
Here’s an HHg — very simple, just metal and resin surrounding a spiral wire-wrapped crystal and some smaller gemstones. I made two of these to test out the energetic strength of different coil-winding configurations (orgone loves copper wire and spiral shapes) and the resin fused so completely with the cocktail glasses I used as molds that it took me many hours to chip away the glass and sand and polish the HHgs.1
The right side of the photo shows the bottom of the dome. That’s a dried yarrow flower from our garden in the center. Yarrow is my plant spirit medicine patron and is very adept at shielding sensitives from bad energy and psychic attack. So, it seemed like a natural to try including a little yarrow in the HHg.
What’s with the orgone obsession?
Wilhelm Reich, coined the term orgone in the 1930s to describe a subtle, all-pervasive energy infusing life on Earth. Reich was a medical doctor who worked under Sigmund Freud for several years but ultimately rejected a lot of Freud’s theories. Realizing he had found a foundational energy with vast healing potential, Reich devoted himself to learning to harness that potential. Reich fled from Germany to Norway before World War II to avoid persecution by the Nazis and emigrated to the U.S. in 1939.
He reportedly cured cancer patients with his orgone accumulator — which, of course, put him on the radar of the Rockefeller medical mafia’s enforcement apparatus, the U.S. FDA. The FDA accused Reich of malpractice, threw him in prison, burned his books, hounded him to an early grave, and cast a shadow over his name and work that endures to this day.2
I think the world orgone is a little mis-fortunate. Maybe it carries some of the shadow that was cast upon Reich and his work. Maybe it’s a phonetic spell thing. Basically, orgone is what scientists used to call aether and what Eastern civilizations called prana or chi. It’s the living vibratory energy that infuses all of our existence here, the life-force.
Reich’s orgone accumulators were powerful but dangerous. They collected and intensified both good orgone and dangerous orgone (DOR) — orgone infused with harmful radiation, poisonous chemicals and dirty electrical energy. At some point in the last half of the 20th century, Don Croft stumbled into a way of doing what Reich did with his orgone accumulators but doing it in a way that didn’t intensify DOR.
The deeper I’ve gone into researching orgonite, the more I’m convinced it’s a revolutionary way of cleaning the environment and helping Nature (including people, plants, and animals) heal from all of the poisoning unleashed on us by the Controllers and their minions.
Orgonite devices basically serve as aetheric pumps that focus and amplify the aether — the unlimited life-force energy that pervades and surrounds us — in ways that are supporting and nurturing to natural life.
Gifting and t0wer-busting
“Gifting” is a big part of the orgonite community ethos. Basically, once you see orgonite devices as aetheric pumps that enable Nature to tap into the universal life force and heal manmade destruction of the environment, you want to spread them around! At least, that’s what happened to me. It has been clear to me since I stopped trying to avoid thinking about it that EMF radiation (both from cell towers and many other lesser-known sources) is a major factor in the destruction of people’s physical, spiritual and mental health. There are thousands of scientific studies showing the detrimental effects of this kind of radiation on the human body, but the incredible levels of mass mind control demonstrated by the public’s response to COVID (as well as the many other psyops we’ve seen in the last two years) has convinced me that Don Croft was probably seeing clearly when he said that “the death towers” had very little to do with cellular communication and everything to do with the Controllers’ depopulation and total control agendas.
I’ve been gifting aplenty this spring. Here’s a batch of “t0werbusters” (TBs) I made for neutralizing DOR:
And the potato cannon I built to help me deliver my presents to addresses that are inaccessible on foot:
Hey, just cuz you’re doing good doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it, right?
I hope this finds you well. Thanks for subscribing to my ‘stack. I’ll leave you with one more pic. I bought a Dremel to help me sand and polish the orgonite devices.3 And I’m enjoying playing with some of the really cool stones that abound in the gravel of the lane we live on. These are a couple little guys I worked on yesterday:
“HHg” stands for holy hand grenade, Don Croft’s affectionate term for these devices.
The deep state’s attacks on doctors like Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Zev Zelenko for challenging the COVID treatment orthodoxy look positively meek compared to what they’ve unleashed on doctors like Reich and Royal Rife who claimed that they could heal cancer with energy medicine.
Not the TBs - they get camo paint to help them blend in to their surrounds.