Re: Food grade Diatomaceous earth from 12 million year old red lake
- Got a pic of this orgonite?
I have, for years, had a bag of DE in my workshop but never use it for anything but gardening. Logically, it would seem to be good for orgonite but i never have gotten the vibe that it actually would be of value. But i do sometimes use commercial silica powder sold for ceramics.
--- In email@example.com, "raypsi.m0nkey" <raypsi.m0nkey@...> wrote:
> Took about an hour the attacks started first the angelic forces came for me when I got back my 10 speed bike was all messed
> up sum kind of torsion field took out my bike gear shifter and bent the snot out of the chain the shifter looked like a pretzel with the chain wrapped around it.
> Ain't anybody will believe what happened these little diatomic skeleton earth sure pissed off sum dark force entities and it isn't even cured yet.
> > later
> > ray