Joined: 10 Feb 2005
Location: Los Angeles
|Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 4:32 am Post subject: Should you thank your local cell tower erector?
After reading the excellent Warriormatrix post re: Nexrad towers,
(authored by Jackson?), a gifting trip was planned. A few minutes research
revealed a nearby peak over a mile high that from photos seemed like cell tower
city. Even with only a 40 mile throw, this spot had an eyeline over Los Angeles
and 10 million people.
Ironically, on the gifting trip, I needed to make an important call, and even though
dozens of these 120 foot dinosaurs loomed, I couldn't get cell service.
After a few days of contemplation, this thought keeps returning;
Instead of feeling bad every time you see a new cell tower, should you feel good?
Should you be thankful that someone showed you a grid point of optimum broadcast
ability? Sure, it means more work for you or someone else to transform the energy by gifting, but ask yourself this-
"Do you, or Sensei, or Don Croft have Billion dollar supercomputers that can calculate global grid points, relative high and low strength of frequencies? Do you have enough funds to acquire or rent high profile real estate, hire construction crews, build roads, erect towers, get power to the top, maintain and troubleshoot all these elements through all weather"?
Now ask yourself this-
"If I really have faith in the ability of orgonite to transform dor into positive energy,
then isn't each tower erected another clue in how to link the globe with good energy?"
If the Earth becomes sufficiently covered with gifted cell towers, could that be an
ingredient towards, or the catalyst for the 4th dimension?
Conversely, if we let cell towers multiply ungifted, at some point would we all, or 75% of us, become electronic puppets? (aka PJ's) Are we at or nearing that point all ready?
Last question- (I dislike multiple choice questions, too)
Which would be a better result for the most possible people?
(a) We gifted the planet that had no cell towers.
(b) We gifted the planet, the towers told us where to gift, and then broadcast it for us.
(c) We melted all haarp and cell towers and turned them into statues of Tesla and Reich.
(d) We decide to call cell towers "Freedom Towers" and tie on large yellow ribbons.
(e) We turn Crawford, Texas into the world's largest cell tower depository.
(f) Can't answer due to headache caused by ungifted cell tower.
Appreciate any thoughts you Warriors might have on the subject,
"The ocean is my church, and I have never seen a dolphin pass the hat"
Joined: 16 Dec 2010
Location: Ontario, Canada
|Posted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 1:56 am Post subject:
|that's an interesting perspective.. and i like it, actually. it's a good way to put a positive twist on an entirely negative situation.
i would say f, but to be honest i'm thinking b (although it may be the frequencies causing the headache and a poor choice! i may be one of those thoughtless zombies already, who knows ) mainly because i do believe we can gift these towers and turn them into positive energy generators.. so basically... as long as towers remain gifted, and more and more towers become gifted daily, than yes... i think cell phone towers may actually become a good thing.