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    UNREAD_POST Wed Jun 10, 2015 10:23 pm

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    So Jenn did you buy a zillion liters of blue paint or is natural life force energy coming into play ….ha nice picture 

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    To pump up the artistic value , as that s so underrated as I dont spend much time there usually…thought ah well..so what…let s make the marble look again and so I did, just use good paint, for the artists among you , it is expensive paint used, professional paint , the real deal one might say,
    it s called ” Daler Rowney” so I put a few big drops in and mix it with a spoon than fill it up more with plasterite and it mixes itself
    automatically ” lifted up ” by the pouring itself.
    No idea how it comes out but these are special pieces, for me personally, I did use crystals as I am broadcasting something soon, once it becomes operational,
    No..I cant tell this…sure you can, no you cant , oh you bet I can, so I am broadcasting intent to hook up with the energy with Ireland, the plasterite over there, the new Tools of Light, so I connect to them as that s my intent , to work hand in hand.
    have to wait to see how they come out

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    UNREAD_POST Thu Jun 11, 2015 4:20 pm

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    Those green coloured cones are really beautiful. I’m very happy and touched that you will be making a link up of your intention and gifted selenite with all the selenite in Ireland, which at the moment is working towards becoming a grid, now in North County Dublin, South County Dublin, Co. Wicklow, South East Ireland (Co. Wexford) and South West Ireland (Co. Clare). I’m sure the other Irish ‘pourers’ will feel the same. Thank you. 

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    ah you know what the silly thing is , it happened intuitively
    just like that
    I did not think about it, it just happens 

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    Incredible rubbish going on above me now, relentless aircrap, huge, bizarre.
    They really do love us from their point of view
    Today the sylphs battle around the clock non stop
    hmmm maybe it is time to do it again, make a second BSB , why not
    started at 6 am and still continues
    four five going at once all the time there are about three or four of them no matter when you look up
    insidious
    more to come
    ps very exclusive tools of light you make lady J
    do I see an old fashioned CB there too hehe
    always nice
    superb pieces

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    UNREAD_POST Thu Jun 11, 2015 8:23 pm

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    On Request ..the work of another newbee :) Vicky
    brace yourself ;) :) 

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    ‘Hi Jenny, just a very quick update from today’s plasterite workshop. I’m glad I’v only started a small project, as it has been a long time, since I last played with plaster. I wanted to get all done, before children were back
    All was well, but then, I thought somehow as I was pouring the plaster mix into the heart mould that it felt to runny. Me of course, just add handful more plaster, and before I knew it , it started to set, you should have seen me LOL pouring like mad. I tried to add a few shells and acorn caps, I just about managed.
    The heart got most of the mix, it came out beautifully, added shell, seaweed and Diatomaceous Earth.
    The energy it emit, is peaceful and lOveLy smile emoticon I’m going down the road now, to see, if I can find a cone. How much plaster will one cone take, and do you do one pour only, and can you do several.’
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    UNREAD_POST Thu Jun 11, 2015 8:27 pm

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    Hey I love the big heart
    its gorgeous
    what do you say “they dont all like ” ??
    who doesnt ????…. ;) :lol: …Great work Vicky….Thanks for sharing
    On a side note, I see you used a lot of good ingredients, like Nori, a sea weed, etc, etc
    good salt, good sand, even some other interesting materials.Well, if you cant find one , a cone abandoned somewhere, just use a thicker plastic sheet, I do it often now, like one meter by a meter, about three foot, and curl it up so you get that conical shape, tape it up, and you have a big ice cone thing and you can fill it up with the mix.
    Actually you can decide how the shape will be by manipulating the sheet, works great…but use enough tape and make sure it is sturdy plastic, the hard to bend type or you ll have to do a serious cleanup. 

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    UNREAD_POST Fri Jun 12, 2015 8:13 pm

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    I am loving all the photos :) Here are my 1st four all painted up and ready to be gifted to The Peoples Support Center in Wexford :D I so enjoyed painting them, listening to music, really chilled experience. 

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    UNREAD_POST Sat Jun 13, 2015 12:12 am

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    Really totally astonished, really am, open mouth here, big wow, zero to hundred in five seconds eh Juliet, wow
    you do really great, all of you, it not just flattens the chemtrailing to a large area, that s the obvious part of it, it also has so much more to offer
    in so many ways, as I do all experimentation myself it takes some time to get through it all but at least my results do have a solid base , you progress much faster
    and bring it into this world with great success and gratitude. Lot of intentions went into those beautiful pieces, they are strong, very strong, hard to believe you just made them like that hahah……..wow
    Serious punchers with a lot of love in it, obvious, you even finished them with attention to it, nice of you to do so, at my workplace there was a total white out due to the geo engineering , just a nice word of dumping toxins on us, all for the greater good you see….pffff
    but in my city the sylphs kept dancing and the sky is nice again here, really powerful method it is , the natural way
    and so easy to make , save, cheap, funny and artistic can be yes, and the biggest thing is the gifting once you get hooked on that there is no stopping hahaha
    the good energy or life force energy works in many ways, also knocks out the radiation we are soaked in nowadays, plasterite does achieve that just as well
    I did not know that as a few years ago there hardly was much information on such topics, like using it to neutralize the cell towers and other sources that are not so good for us to put it mildly. It works great, even in small quantities. 

    The things I see here are so powerful
    the cone itself would be more than enough for that task
    if you can get it close to the center
    thank you

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    UNREAD_POST Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:24 am

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    Thanks, a lot of love in there, apparently 179 million bovis. Really enjoying channeling my energies into this project, the whole experience makes me calm. 

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    UNREAD_POST Sat Jun 13, 2015 7:49 pm

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    yep it s like that, high energy output, just unbelievable, so pure and goes right into the spiritual one might say
    bypasses the limitations of “old orgonite” so to speak…well, I made some goodies too, also the Irish plasterite is finally dried completely, colors softened, the Irish hearts I used to decorate my freshly painted garden wall…this time Italian look, and look at the blue sky…wow…just covers it , hardly, goes beyond that, sure they keep doing their nasty work but does not manifest here….cannot be and it will not be here….selenite pumps like no tomorrow and no matter how many of these stupid chemtrails they whip us with , it s no match.It is as simple as that…Often comes close to magic the difference is it is truth not a trick or whatever
    just facts we are dealing with here…you know like eh….179 million bovis , to name a few ..hahaha…good work lady !!!
    soon you will be addicted to the good energy, selenite is very effective so it is masculine also, believe you me…it has big ..well you know what…but the way the energy manifests itself , the technique is very feminine, almost romantic , like a invisible hand pushing the crap in the sky aside…without the sting of old orgonite and with much much more power too…it works on a much higher level…top scale………….even safe for kids , I Love that part, the safety of it all, glad you galls caught on , thanks to the tremendous good work of Jenny, big hurray
    hahahah :)
    there you go…always the individual eh Jenn, always , that s the last hurdle…they control all the rest anyway….just not the individual..a big thing on the UN agenda
    to flush out individualism forever…more blue sky for Ireland and Scotland….for free….everything counts , so please continue the work you do with awareness, it is also of utmost importance….it truly is….no matter how powerful our tools of light are, there are more angles to cover….so keep chasing those morons who push the agenda….dont give them rest 

    good work :)

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    UNREAD_POST Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:42 pm

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    Love love your greens, great work, I tried with paint into moulds, not as successful, came out with paint still soggy, had to smear it with my fingers, ah no, changed my mind, liking them, will send a photo. Trying to learn from Sensei, plenty of room for improvement, B+ maybe? 

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    Post Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:55 pm

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    Teasers eh ? :lol: ;)
    yes I ll post the pics of Vicky ;)
    Inserted some of them into a previous post
    the “bling bling plasterite hearts” :) 

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    Post Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:51 pm

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    JULIET & Crew 

    Thrilled with these :-)
    Nothing better than…channeling your frustration into something very positive! I was informed…the large cone is 179 million

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    bovis, enough to upset a large phone mast and repel negative energy, the
    coned dome is high also..considering it’s size at 33 million, large muffing shape is 26 million and
    small dome is 23 million….Great for indoors beside anything wireless or electrical. I am planning on
    making a LOT more, and….gifting at the next Geoengineering awareness day on the 27th June.

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    Post Sun Jun 14, 2015 6:28 pm

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    I wonder what is the FEAR with the Plasterite, is it too feminine ? Are males afraid of this side of the polarity, may be the testoterones are frighten of what could happen with a female device, oh gosh!! So we must keep that from taking place, we have wars to make/create/fight…we have to show we are good for something, give me a war………how many thousands of years have we been subjected to conflicts for because: I am more right than you …yes let s have a war, and don´t you dare think for yourself….must go of what has been, something new ? Something different…wow.. NO NO NO…can´t have that :( :( :( :(

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    Post Sun Jun 14, 2015 9:02 pm

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    Thanks for the great collection of slightly random photos, I’ll check with my heart obliterated girlfriends if they would like their faces exposed :). Thanks too for showing the variety of different things being produced here, it’s brilliant the excitement being felt by – just a few – but hopefully soon – more. It is definitely addictive, even the workhorse pieces. That’s a great idea to pour into food containers and bag them afterwards, no need to wonder where the next bottle is coming from.Your photo with the datura and 3 green cones is beautiful.

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    Post Mon Jun 15, 2015 12:30 am

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    Gifting 250 kilo in one hour
    making blue sky
    yes I am a simple guy heheh
    I dont like to be poisoned and see this world destroyed
    jeee…odd eh…odd ball hahha
    there we go 

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    Goodness! Well done and thank you super gifter :)…Gifting 250 kilo in one hour
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    Post Tue Jun 16, 2015 4:16 pm

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    We ARE doing our best, 23 or 25 kgs to gift around here or next town asap. More to follow. Quite liking the Skimcoat plaster, feels much much stronger than the pretty Fine Casting Plaster. Some square ones I made last night feel like gold bars, so heavy.
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    Post Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:15 pm

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    skim coat is more natural therefor stronger, does not give super slick finish , but works great it s the only stuff I use
    the cheapest, no chemical crap in it.
    Just back from the beach, collected beach sand, etc, did some gifting also
    two cones finished , the big cone really is powerful
    very blue here
    pre 2000 blue…
    doing great
    too many pictures taken so put them in a video file
    black helicopter came very close today
    on top of me , literally
    thought it was a train, that loud
    ears still peeping…closest encounter till now
    could feel the wind blowing from the rotor
    such heroes…
    ah they love to tease
    had cameras on board and some detection equipment
    strange antenna stuff
    ah well, just coincidence eh :)
    hehehe
    took about 60 kilo of beach sand
    enough to play with
    25 kilo with good intent can be very powerful
    sky was dull when I arrived
    after gifting started to clear up rapidly but did not stay
    did not gift so much
    just remaining items left from the previous runs
    mainly plaster hearts, whole bags of them 

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    UNREAD_POST Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:42 pm

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    strange clouds too..or energies..anyway something is going on here :)
    have seen them before when I turned the second bsb on
    but this is “just” a big cone
    pure and straightforward obviously high impact 

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    UNREAD_POST Tue Jun 16, 2015 7:13 pm

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    Hi Sunflower
    Boy ! Sure are one busy guy. Nice to see the Gal’s in Ireland giving their best.
    Can you explain whats this skim coat you talk about?
    Isn’t the sacks of plaster you show in pic’s same as plaster of Paris ?
    I never heard it talked about before?
    Thank you for all you do!
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    UNREAD_POST Tue Jun 16, 2015 8:17 pm

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    Hi Gifter, just found out that Skimcoat is what this sort of plaster is called here, also Hard Wall Plaster, used for…. not sure – probably skimming walls. Different quality to the Fine Casting Plaster I’ve been using, and slightly cheaper. Grey colored result as opposed to creamy coloured.
    Just finished pouring about 14 kgs, into bottles, containers, ready for an attack on the town next to us. Heard the door bell ringing, 3 little girls aged 5, 4 and 2. We had a lovely chat about dragons in the sky, bloodsuckers (they get inside your body and suck ALL the blood out) I said no they don’t, they said yes they do. They said are you baking a cake, I said no I’m mixing something else, ‘Is it a potion’ says Sarah? I say, yes. Cuteness overload :|
    You should have been arrested for removing all that sand Sunflower, I’m sure it’s against the law :-) We’re lucky we’ve no helicopters here. Great work as always.
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    UNREAD_POST Tue Jun 16, 2015 8:46 pm

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    Hi Jenny
    Thank you for the reply,I go back to the Josh days in 2010 ,can’t recall if anything other than Plaster of Paris was used. What got my attention, was you said it was way stronger than what you were using ?
    Then Sunflower said that was all he used, Looking at the color of Sunflowers pours , and his goldband sack I assumed that was plaster of Paris.
    Where I get mine at I noticed they don’t have anything called Skimcoat unless I missed it.
    Its a battlefield out there again today. So when you say stronger I want some of that !!
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    UNREAD_POST Tue Jun 16, 2015 11:19 pm

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    Yes I’m confused too ;) Happens easily and often. It seems as though there are two types of plaster here in Ireland, I don’t know the difference really, Skimcoat is for plastering walls prior to painting, and Casting Plaster is for (as you know) making moulds or casts. But this Skimcoat stays quite grey in color, so if anyone is trying to pretty it up, may be a bit more challenging. I just noticed it said on the bag to use 13 liters of water to 25 kgs plaster, very low ratio surely. Nice chatting Gifter.
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    UNREAD_POST Wed Jun 17, 2015 5:33 pm

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    Hi J
    I am sure glad you mentioned Skimcoat,did some searching and found what you are talking about. Just to bad the closest to get some is 100 miles from me. I am going to see if they will special order it for me.
    I don’t want to crank out just a bunch of quantity, I want the best I can do.An still keep it simple.
    Thanks again
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    UNREAD_POST Wed Jun 17, 2015 8:34 pm

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    It is a long story 

    nowadays, with goldband , you dont need all that hassle
    that s the difference
    in the old days , there were different plaster types and techniques
    they had to be applied separately
    that s where the ” skimcoat” comes in, as a more finer finish type of plaster on top of the raw plaster finish

    What is the difference between skim coat and plastering? 

    In olden days of yore plaster was applied over wooen lath which gave the plaster something to adhere to . Thus a much heavier coat of plaster could be applied because of the space between the lathes. the next day a second coat was applied called the skim coat because it’s only purpose was to fill in the imperfections left from the first coat. fast forward to now the plaster comes in sheets much the same as sheetrock ex cept it is blue, and rightly called blueboard , after the hangers screw the bluboard to the wall and ceiling a team of plastererscome in and put a skim coat of plaster over the whol board, the joints require a heavier coat. After this coat dries in a couple of hoursor less the plasterers come back and apply a veneer thickness to the wall and dampen the plaster with a brush being waved in front of the board.Thus completing the plaster job. Now a oldtime plasterer like my brother-in-laws brother is a real plasterer and I was lucky enough to have him plaster my house when we built it, would walk off a job if they wanted him to use blueboard., as he is a old time plasterer who is an artist as he makes crown mouldings an other plaster designs on top of a coulple of inches thick.of base plaster. if you get a chance to see a real plaster job and a blueboard job you can tell the difference and both shine over sheetrock and compound job.

    Yes would be nice if you can provide more background on the sort of plaster you are using, this skim coat type.Looked into it myself but hard to find technical information about it.
    I think there is extra limestone in it, if so , that s good news, but again would be pleasant if you can provide some links or information on that topic.The same applies to Gifter, as there are so many types of plaster with all sort of additives, it can boggle the mind :)the main thing is , as far as I can tell, there has to be gypsum in it, the selenite, I learned to use the most basic things as they work a charme, but we can always learn moreAlso reading a gypsum book now, lots of techniques in there too, I go often a bit wild on the mixing, but basically it comes down to one part water and one and a half or two parts gypsum/plaster, fill a bucket with the water ,crystal water can be added , than the salt, sand, and hand by hand put the gypsum in and let it sit for a minute …than you can gently steer it as it becomes the working yogurt solidity, without bubbles or lumbs.the faster you steer the thing the faster it will harden so if using an electric drill or mixer you will get a thick soup that hardens darn fast that s why the builders use that also amongst other reasons..

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    Plastering vs Skimming

    With the modern development, much consideration is given for the quality of a product. The quality of a product is identified through many variables, such as durability, appearance, functions etc. In a building also, the quality is a major requirement in modern days. When we talk about the appearance of a building, the plastering and skimming is very important. The importance of skimming and plastering has evolved because that they help to bring about a quality product with better appearance. This article is about the features of plastering and skimming, together with the analysis of the differences and similarities.

    Plastering

    The purposes of plastering are to give a wear resistance to the wall, increase fire resistance of the building elements, and to give a good appearance to the wall. Greater skill is required to do a better quality plastering. Two coat applications are preferred on clay tiles rough masonry and on porous bricks. There are three types of plasters namely, lime plasters, cement plasters and gypsum plasters. Lime plaster consists of Calcium Hydroxide (Lime) and sand. Gypsum plaster is made by adding water to Calcium Sulphate (Plaster of Paris). Cement plaster is made with cement, sand, water and a suitable plaster. Cement plaster is usually applied on the masonry walls, where the gypsum or lime plaster is then added again.

    Skimming

    Skim coating is a name for a plastering technique. Out of many skim mixtures, the widely used mixture is made up of lime putty and sugar sand. Skimming is a thin coat of plastering layer applied to the existing plaster to upgrade the surface. Skimming is very difficult to do; it needs a greater skill to make the surface smooth. The thickness of the skimming layer is decided by the requirement of the client, and it can be varied from a thin layer to a thick layer. The white layer of lime applied on the rough cement plaster is called a skim coat. People use different techniques to level the surface, depending on their level of expertise. On top of the skim coating, a paint coat is applied to make the surface more attractive.

    Similarities and Differences between Skimming and Plastering

    – Skimming is a plastering technique, which can be said as a subset of plastering.

    – Both are applied to decorate, and to increase the durability of the element.

    – Skimming is also done as an upgrading technique in old buildings, but the plastering is done in new buildings.

    – Surface of the plaster is rough, but the surface of the skim is very smooth and neat

    – The surface colour of the plaster is slight grayish, but in skimming, it is generally white or brown, if preferred.

    Summary

    Plastering and skimming, are both done in new buildings, but if anyone needs, the walls can be left bare without the plaster. The reader must keep in mind that the skimming is not a separate coating technique or coating method; it’s yet another subset of plastering. Skimming is a step in the process of plastering.

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    UNREAD_POST Thu Jun 18, 2015 12:30 am

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    NOW you tell us about the fast stirring, Sunflower, gee that would have been a big help before this – us wondering how ours were going rock hard in two minutes flat, and you nonchalantly getting on with your pouring in no hurry ;) Those blue green cones are amazingly beautiful.
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    UNREAD_POST Thu Jun 18, 2015 1:45 am

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    Hi Jenny
    Ya ! The fast stirring got me too.
    About the Skimcoat plaster ,its just another name for plastering.
    Several different types are used, veneer mostly for the so called Skimcoat which is just the last smooth finishing coat.
    From what I found so far plaster of paris is a softer type and veneer is a lot harder more durable.
    As far as whats best ??? Sounds like Jenny found a winner whatever it is. 

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    UNREAD_POST Thu Jun 18, 2015 11:39 am

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    Good things happen when surrounded by selenite energy: 

    A couple of days ago three cute little girls aged 5, 4, and 3 knocked at my door just around the time I was pouring selenite at the back – we had a little chat (as you do) the youngest one talking about seeing dragons in the clouds. Then a discussion on bloodsuckers ‘they get into your body and suck ALL the blood out of it’ I said ‘no they don’t’ ‘Oh yes they do’ :) . ‘What are you doing Jennifer? I said I’m mixing something. ‘Are you making a cake?’ No, I said ‘something different’ ‘Is it a potion? ‘Yes, I said, I’m trying to make the sky blue. Off they went, not seeming a bit surprised.

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    Then last evening the cute little girls knocked on my door again. I asked them why they were knocking, they said ‘because we like you’ I went and got them some hearts I’d painted pink, told them it was to make them feel better. They were delighted. This morning in my letterbox there were three sweet little thank you ‘cards’ so touching.
    One of the mums was outside, she said her daughter was thrilled with it, had her heart in a prominent position in her bedroom. Children are so sensitve. When I get a tiny bit of free time (and get my replacement moulds) I’ll bring them in and let them make them themselves – good idea? Get the kids on the block ‘gifting’, spreading positivity, has to be good – and fun for them too. The mum likes the idea btw. :D

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    UNREAD_POST Fri Jun 19, 2015 1:22 am

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    PS good story Jenn
    really good
    dont worry wont make it to TV …
    nice of you to share
    as we dont hear too many of those experiences
    but I know they are enough of them
    thanks for sharing
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    UNREAD_POST Fri Jun 19, 2015 1:43 am

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