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Gifting The Vigeland Monolith

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Hi all,

I've been interested in some psychic advice on what big targets there are in Norway, because I'm pretty clueless. Don
connected with me Francie, and she immediately saw a clear image of a sculpture that worked as an energy transmitter
and was in need of gifting. She sent me a drawing, and in the search for this  sculpture we've looked at a couple of potential targets.
One that came up was the Vigeland Park in Oslo. The Vigeland Park is named after Gustav Vigeland who spent 40 years of his life on this
project. He made the models for the 200 sculptures that are in the park. In the middle there is an obelisk that looks
like it is made up of human beings. 1 million visitors a year come by to admire the artwork.

I don't have any pictures myself, so I borrowed a few from the internet. This is how I and everyone else knows it;
a nice park with some statues. I didn't think of it as a gifting target until Francie mentioned the message she got was
that sculptures is often in need of gifting because they work as transmitters/receivers of energy.


It was the overview of the park that kinda opened my eyes. It seems designed for a different purpose other than pleasing
visitors, Francie remarked it looked occult/alien to her. There's the Monolith in the centre, and on each side what
looks like 2 halves of a sun dial. Each half with 13 parts. Seems to be a clue that the Masons has had a hand in the design.


Map overview. Looks like the roads make geometric shapes. Up in the left corner, not seen in this picture there is a big
cemetery. It was gifted last autumn.


The Monolith. It took 3 stonecutters 14 years to complete it, so a considerable amount of work was put into this.


Francie mentioned a few weeks later that they had worked in the chat group on clearing the energies in the park , so I
followed up by gifting it. I went there on a Saturday evening, it was dark and the only light was from the lamps
lighting up the statues.

Hardly any people about, a few tourists that were leaving. I started by throwing orgonite in the pond nearby, and felt a shift in the energies.
I had brought along 4 earth pipes and decided to make grid around the Monolith. These were not made of copper pipe btw,
just some pipe I had dug out of a dumpster at  work.

I haven't visited the park since I was a kid. It was both special and eerie to be alone next to the Monolith and the
statues, in the dark winter with the artifical lights and the moon in the background. I tried to take a photo with my
mobile but the built-in camera wasn't light sensitive enough.

So I got to work and hammered the EPs into the frozen dirt. For the most part I did it undisturbed, but at one point
I was unsuccessfully hammering in an EP and someone came walking by. I just pulled up the pipe, took my sledgehammer and
backpack and walked away to a different location. He must have wondered what that was about.

I didn't sense any big energy changes, but when I came home and thought about it, I did get a subtle impression that the
EPs were charging the Monolith. Blue energy discharging from the top of it, and golden sparkling energy moving down the
connections to other sites that the park is linked to. I think Francie is going to post in more detail about  
the function of this park and the work they have done in the chat. Apparently the sculpture she saw, isn't this one
so more searching is needed.

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This is an amazing confirmation of what we had been working on for a period almost 2 years ago in the german chatblast.

We had "seen" these constructions in various parts of the world, from South America to Africa and Asia, on every continent. Sometimes very ancient.
We had these phallic elements on the surface and then an underground cavity with a basin containing DOR laden water. All in use for bad mojo.
I was also astonished, that at the same time Don reported about the soul-wells that the international chatgroup was working on.
The Operators seem to keep us right on target in a very subtle way Wink

Good that you hammered the earthpipes in. The park would be worth receiving some more earthpipes in spring, when one has less problems in banging them in.

Thanks a lot for this report!


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spookey looking.  Quite a construction.  Did see an obelisk on my london jaunt, have to find it again.

I used a 32mm c. 13 inch drill in a 3 amp cordless drill (2.5 amp is ok), that I hired for the day.  Ignore the Voltage, they like to fool people by selling them with high Voltage, low amp.

I use 35mm copper pipe at 13 inches, 8 or 9 to a lenght.  Biggest wood drill I could get was 32mm but works great.  You can get drills for stone but prefered the wood one, no good for wood after obviously but only cost 5, from China.  

You can then tell what the stone situation is like, you can't hammer them through even small stones I find.   I had a go once and pulled it up--the end was bent badly.  So I drill until I find a good stone free bit.

Without the drill I dig a hole first.  You can get most of the way down even with a trowel and saves the hammering noise which isn't really on in a city.

Been through a few trowels, they usually bend on first go but found a great one that looked unbreakable, but did find it was cast and the tip broke when I was using it for lifting covers.

As for toilet roll Eps, most city places you will be restricted to sign pipes which are around quite a bit, more in some suburbs.  I have put copper EPs into these when no soil available, or gifting with people about.

I also charge each one on a CB, one by one.

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I've bee there, back when I was just a teenager. It does have a cold feeling to it and it isn't just the cool Norwegian breezes that are doing it . I wouldn't have even attempted to pound and earthpipe into the frozen ground, wow !  Smile

Thank you Frode for stepping up and taking care of business.  Wink  We should give Cesco some credit too, since he had gifted Oslo back when he was living there.  

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Thanks for the responses. I wasn't aware of it but Cesco and Laozu Kelly has also gifted this monument a few years back, changing the polarity
of a line of energy that went through the Monolith. Chronicled in the Heaven and Earth articles.

Hammering EP's into the frozen ground was easier than I thought. Only the first 10 cm was frozen solid, and after that they went down easily. The one I had trouble with, I apparently must have hit concrete or something.

There's another big obelisk that seems to be linked to the control of this country. I need to travel to get it, so maybe this spring/summer I'll take care of it and post about it.


Another curiosity, commemorating fallen sailors during the two world wars.


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Here are some sketches of the monument.  It is strange to me that the image is so clear, detailed, and so persistent!!  

I think it is in Norway, but it could be anywhere in Northern Europe.  

I love thinking about Frode going out there in mid winter and earthpiping a grid pattern around Vigeland.  

Here is the fragment of the map I saw:

Here is the original drawing I did, with the earth guardian trapped underneath.  It is not a great drawing!!

We're hoping someone can id it.  


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Thx for this, Francie!  I guess the good thing about going over the edge is that nobody can accuse us of being on the fringe Cool

In fact some of the really potent target-finding exercises may require some patience.  When Carol and I pieced together  some bits of a continental vortex pattern that tied the Oregon Vortex to a similar one on the South Texas coastline and two correponding ones in Yucatan and the Bahamas we drove from Oregon to Texas to gift the second one, then I started preparing my sailboat for the sea to get to the one in Yucatan, where I'd sailed to before from Texas, through a hurricane.  

That attempt failed and I tried again in Florida, then got to the Bahamas but failed to reach the vortex site.  Carol and I flew to the Bahamas a few months later but the sea was too rough to go to the spot.  A dolphin had appeared in a vision to confirm its location, so it was doubly frustrating to be so close and fail.  I sure understand your current frustration--looks ilke it will be some years before we get to the Yucatan/Bahamas section of the pattern we saw 8.5 years ago.

Now that you've posted your vision for the record and for our readers let's see whatt turns up. There's really no hurry, as your Wingmaker friends might say.  A German saying, 'God's time is the best time,' can perhaps be edited to refer to our more immediate sponsors, whom I don't doubt God endorses.

It's not like you and I haven't been busy enough with more immediate stuff Wink

Thx, Frode, for earthpiping that monument site in such a timely way. This is a rare treat for the psychics and a powerful confirmation/fulfillment of their etheric efforts.

I'm glad you're mentioning the Wingmakers.   I've had a sense that you have a direct, cordial connection with them, which puts your experience in a league above the creators of the Wingmakers website, which we believe is NSA property; corrupted and misleading.  Our own subjective experiences, also Al Bielek's evident firsthand accounts, lend support, at least for us, of the notion of their existence, their benevolent nature and their interaction with us.

There are many folks who contribute to this forum effort who are skeptical of first hand reports of supernormal experiences but I hope they can take comfort from the fact that all of our comments are merely subjective and based on our understanding.  It should be obvious enough that we're not promoting a specific ideology and are approaching this vast area of new understandings in the spirit of enquiry.  Ideologues flounder, here.

Je in Spain is besieged, as I've been for 8 years, by insistent people who want to turn his fledgling forum into their own personal soapbox or even lay it at the feet of their favorite guru but he's resisting successfully and keeping his forum effort on track.  Unless one is in this position it's probably impossible to appreciate how much the world order will bring to bear to infiltrate, corrupt and eventually stop even small, informal group enquiries like ours.  

The more successful we are, the more they try to dump on us but taking a slightly detached view of it all helps us see the pattern and even the comedy. Detachment for psychics, which Francie is demonstrating, is one of the prerequisites for working efficiently in psychic groups.  Whenever a psychic or energy sensitive agrees to be made a de facto arbiter of unseen processes he/she is sort of wrenched out of a detached position and tends to fall prey to ego, which is probably why none of the chat psychics, so far, have consented to be used, this way.  Carol avoids it like plague.

When psychics see the same things in an informal session we generally know we're on target but they still account or the possibility that CIA or some other agency's psi corps are capable of sending the same image to each of them.  In that case, they look at other factors, such as the quality/dimennsionality of the image.  They've gotten very good at this over the years and can school new psychics quickly.

We watch for psychics who have already won the batttle to learn to keep ego reigned in.  This is something we each should have been taught by our mothers as toddlers, of course.   In a better world mothers will have achieved the honor and respect they've always deserved as 'first educators' of humanity.  In that happy day, the CIA won't use day care centers to harvest annual crops of millions of Monarch assets.

You've probably met gifted grownups who never learned this essential lesson.   It's sort of heartbreaking for me to see productive geniuses succumb  to infantile egoism.

Another aspect of psi enquiry is that the object of our search may not always turn out to be what we expect.  There seems to be some 'bleedthrough' when The Operators are determined to get our attention about something that may be unrelated to a current activity.  Here's another example of how important it is to keep ego out of the equation.

I'm speaking of 'us' in the context of the chat sessions, of course. Most of us in the chat sessions aren't gifted with constant or nearly constant psi perception but when we work together, anyone is liable to have heightened intuitive promptings, which is an essential psychic process, after all.  I think that's why a dozen or so of us 'load bearers' (we boost the psychics, mostly) usually show up every week. Being around working psychics feels, to me, a lot like standing in a room where a very big Tesla coil is operating Cool  --lots and lots of happy orgone streaming around us.

If we felt a need to 'prove' any of this or justify our activities to skeptics I think it would shackle our enquiry.  If any of the psychics fell into the trap of being treated publicly like an arbiter of etheric processes or new inventions it would also probably cause problems.  I have an image of someone in that situation carrying a cartload of sycophants and manipulators--not pretty and it's accounted for a few good people falling away from this unorganized network effort over the years.  I suppose that one either desires a following or doesn't.  I constantly watch for talented, productive people who actually don't want a following, then I invite them to participate with us.  I think that fosters the maturity of the movement.  There just aren't a lot of people who don't want a personal following, which is why this or any other working, viable forum will probably remain small. Cool