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    Re: Personal protection
    by monsoon gecko » Wed Sep 28, 2011

    Smart Meters……….have heard how smart meters here in Australia are ripping people off in
    $$$ and health.
    Remember reading how someone slipped a doughnut shaped orgonite over the round meter
    and achieved good results
    Thought this may have been the article on WM, but not the one, although good info.
    Maybe alluminium foil works better than we know …ha ha
    Some more info on Smart Meters
    A few hours later…..I found this,
    mmm..more info from the crowhouse … sed/#video
    Haven’t come across one yet…you would think orgonite would work a treat.
    monsoon gecko

    rip peoples money and health , massive wireless radiation blasters
    so one gets fried when you clean the green bike or make some orgonite for that matter
    I d choose the latter part of it
    plasterite will do fine there
    works great
    tested it a couple of times , at work
    like a blanket that s coming over you
    completely immune for radiation
    like a lovely invisible blanket
    that s how it felt to me
    big changes at that place
    did not leave it there
    just trials
    to see what it does
    ha ..big changes
    and all for free but nobody likes to hear that

    suits the agenda I guess :lol:


    smart man he is
    again that word…” smart ”

    it may sound like utopia to some but it s very close now
    maybe a decade , if at all , and we will be knee deep in that shit
    this global corporated enslavement shit
    than they can do some extended chemtrailing
    they can really blast the crap out of us
    haarp us to pieces….

    Dont know if it all plays out like that, more sticks in the fire there by the cabal
    to play with, staged terrorism and all that mumbo jumbo
    it s just a con game that s all it is
    one big fat lie

    well one way or another we are , or try to be , mature about it ….
    Just facts
    boring dull and dry facts

    I think the days of free people movements working together with the green dictators will bear much fruit
    just a feeling

    dont let that put you down
    we just all learned a lesson here , that s all
    please keep up the good work
    lots of folk behind you
    more than you think

    44 774 774

    so, let s see, who s in on the take ?

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