What's up at Orgonise Africa?

Mar 29, 2009

My friend Simon thinks I'm not a good blogger and he's probably right. Just like I might never become a good "face-booker" either...

I'm just not into the lingo so to say.

So, what's happening at and around Orgonise Africa?

I did have a great birthday party that was really great fun for all that attended. After all you don't become 50 every day, so I wanted to celebrate that in style.

Thanks to all those who contributed to the wonderful evening by playing music, reciting poems, doing performances* or helping with the setup. And thanks to all of you that made it a wonderful get-together by being there!

*I've got some gorgeous scenes on my little movie camera but will only be able to edit that after the Zambezi trip.

After the party we dissappeared into the Kalahari with 2 old friends from  Berlin, not without throwing out some orgonite at places that had not yet been gifted.

We were able to lay a new trail (some 350 TBs) through the Kalahari Transfrontier Park (Botswana and South Africa)  and down along the west coast of South Africa from Springbok to the Cape Peninsula. That had been on my agenda for quite some time.

All over the Kalahari and Karoo were unusually green for the season and people we spoke to confirmed the above average rainfalls. At Augrabies Falls (a normally very dry and hot spot) where they normally count 60-170mm per year they had some 250 mm already this year. This is not just happening in isolated spots but has become regional, encompassing several countries.

Our perspective to gifting has totally changed in the last few years.

In the beginning we enjoyed the often dramaitc results that were provoked when we introduced orgonite in previously ungifted areas. We often got spontaneous downpours, dramatic changes in the appearance of clouds, horizontal sheet lightning et cetera.

This has changed now as we are approaching full coverage of most parts of Southen Africa.

It's more about consolidating the gains now. Making the orgone field more "interference proof".

As you know and will see in all my expedition pics, we rarely see chemtrails or HAARP like ripples in the sky any more. So we're not getting the super lightshows nowadays when gifting. I guess I'll have to go to Nigeria, Congo or Chad to get that thrill again. But isn't slowly creating paradise an even deeper satisfaction?

Be that as it may, we've been continuosly completing our water gifting on the huge Vaal dam, the main water supply of the Gauteng metropolitan area encompassing Johannesburg, Pretoria etc. This always went along with tests of new boating configurations etc, all in the run up to the big Zambezi trip.

Our friends in Walvis Bay, Namibia, have finally completetd the sea-route to the Congo mouth, using the ammo donated by Steve Baron that I sent them 2 years ago (!). That's another 2000km added to the orgone necklace around Southern Africa, which now comprises over 6000km gifted coastline. Just to give you an idea, in North America that same distance would get you from Vancouver Island at the Canada/US border to the border between Guatemala and Nicaragua, hugging the coast in one uninterupted line of orgonite gifts.

Getting ready for the Zambezi Tour   

Quite hectic now, so short after our - somewhat spontaneous and unscheduled - outing to the Kalahari and Cape Town, we have to finalise the preparations for the big one, the Zambezi boating safari to the river delta and out onto the sea. (see previous reporting)

We will leave in about a weeks time. Friederike stays home to take care of the business and the kids. Generally we are now much better organised, with Thomas Machaka growing into a full office manager function, both of us can be away for some time now and people still get everything they order. Over the 7 years we've been doing this, the business side of Orgonise Africa has really grown into a viable little family business with now 4 people in the workshop making orgonite and assembling zappers, and now a full time person (Thomas) taking care of order shipping and organising supplies.

We're striving to be professinal like any other business and I really enjoy the modest little signs of prosperity that come with this development.

However encouraging the general trend, we still need some extra funds for this trip where an enormous amount has already gone into buying the new boat and getting it and the Landrover properly equipped to handle this expedition. Business has been a bit slow the last 2-3 weeks, probably because I've been so preocuppied with my birthday party and then gone away for 10 days. (it seems that my constant communicative presence is important for this business to prosper)

So, if you feel that what we're doing and planning to do is any good, please support this expedition either by ordering some of our goodies at our webshop or by making a direct donation for this purpose. Both is highly appreciated.

20% Zapper discount until 31 March 

As usual I'm closing this message with a little incentive to create some excitement on  our shop-site.

20% off on all zappers, CS-kits and zapper boards on top of the usual bulk discounts for buying quantities. What does that mean:

Take the Standard Orgone Zapper as an example:Normal price is U$D 54.14

With the discount it looks as follows:

Qty Discounts Off Price
1-4 U$43.23 5-9 U$38.91 10-19 U$34.58 20-29 U$30.26 30-99 U$25.94 100+ U$21.61


(All U$D prices at todays exchange rate. All our prices are originally in South African Rand and converted on a daily basis)

And that's why I limit it to just a few days, because I need a bit of a cash inflow now before we go on the trip.

Don't hesitate, if you're a zapper reseller or want to order for yourself and some friends: Do it now! Do not expect me to offer you the same discount 3 weeks later.

OK, 'nuff of this commercial stuff now. I'm sure it will all work out and we'll have a wonderful and successful trip to the Zambezi withouth having to leave the folks at home at starvation rations...

The Team is complete and poised for action and so am I.

I'll keep you posted.


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