[Editor's Note: Episodes 73A-C were written by Dr. Paul Batiibwe who accompanied
Don Croft & Georg Ritschl on their adventures in Uganda. According to
Don, this is Dr. Batiibwe's Internet posting debut and considering the caliber
of these narratives, I think he should become our regular contributor &
correspondent from Uganda. What's your opinion?..Ken Adachi]
By Paul Batiibwe, MD <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nov. 19, 2003
19 November, 2003
The day after their arrival in Uganda on 16 November, Don and Georg had swung
into action. Each felt they should visit the source of the Nile ASAP, so I
joined them in nearby Jinja in company of Dr. Rashid Kayiwa and we rode to
the spot at the edge of Nakabule (Lake Victoria). The wide, swift river abruptly
fell 500m from the lake to begin its 4900km journey to the Mediterranean Sea.
The falls were mostly submerged when Owen Falls Dam was constructed a few
decades ago. Unlike other major rivers, the Nile is very wide and fast-moving
at its source.
My father remembers hearing the rumbling sound of the mighty falls in Jinja,
6km away, more so at night. A rainbow had spanned this entire area for most
of the day.
Not far downstream a bridge and, later, the dam were built. When the bridge
was constructed in the 1950s a large herd of hippos were destroyed before
the project was completed It's said that a lot of human sacrifices had traditionally
taken place there as well. Don and Georg had thrown a few Etheric Pipe Bombs
from the bridge, which is just upstream from the dam.
Owen Falls Dam is responsible for submerging a very large spring near the
previous waterfall at the edge of the lake. The dam, which is just north of
the bridge, is responsible for the near-total submergence of the falls.
The actual starting point of the river is a little debatable. Very close
to an island in the middle of the stream is a large, now-submerged spring,
hence the debate. Burundi, which lies along the lake's southeast shore, is
also said to be the location of the true source of the Nile before it empties
into this inland sea.
We hired a large, motor driven canoe to take us all through the fast current
to the small island which lies at the lake-edge source of the Nile. Georg
gifted this site with a 'stielhandgranate,' which is an etheric pipe bomb
stuck into a towerbuster.
Immediately, we all felt changes ranging from a slight unexplained dizzy
spell, in my case, to a full surge of energy in Don. "This is a very
powerful spot, very powerful!" Don declared. Kayiwa and I tossed etheric
pipe bombs downstream as we went back over the swirling water.
Close to where we landed is a commemorative bust of Mohandes Gandhi. Some
of his ashes had been cast into the Nile at this spot in 1948.
Don felt that the Illuminati and voodoo societies were thereby exploiting
this good man's legacy and personal energy, so he dowsed for an appropriate
response, then threw one of Laozu Kelly's uniquely powerful, energized-water
HHgs into the river not far away.
We then proceeded 6km downstream to Budhagali Falls.
Budhagali has always been a primary ritual site in Uganda's magical traditions
and my wife, Hilda, and I had also celebrated the first birthdays of our two
children here. One of nature's most useful moulds can be found here, incidentally.
The Nile calmly spreads quite wide before accelerating to a violent speed
over the beautiful falls.
The government of Uganda is now bent on submerging these falls in the name
of development, by constructing a dam. Damn! The last time I was here with
my family I had come to take as many startling still photos as possible in
case the dam is to be constructed and I have to say goodbye to this mother
of all creations.
Don insisted that I choose the locations to gift and we walked first towards
the upper part of the falls. I had Don toss one of his etheric pipe bombs
in and within five minutes, thousands of bats flew up from the nearby bushes.
He intimated that perhaps the spirits of sacrificed people had been released
by the upsurge of lifeforce from the gift and that the bats were an outward
symbol and a confirmation of our success and of course we, the less 'superstitious,'
bought that half - half
At these falls are young men who earn a living by swimming into the rapids.
Another man, a cripple, dances while ascending a vertical, freestanding wooden
pole about 6metres high. I must say watching them can be breath taking.
Kintu, one of the swimmers, offered us a show for a few dollars. As we were
unable to throw an etheric pipe bomb suffienetly far into the stream, we hired
him to carry it to the middle of the lower falls and release it at a certain
The moment he dived into the upper falls, Don told me that he has sensed
earth spirits near the place I'd chosen to have the EPB released. By now,
Kintu was in the lower falls, raised his arms and threw the healing device
into the water, somersaulted and began swimming to the rocky riverbank.
Lo and behold, the same bats, which had returned to their sleeping places,
again flew out over the falls en masse. This was no longer a coincidence or
superstition. A psychic ought to tell us what happened, because I have noted
Don is still quite unsure, most times, about his own abilities.
Another confirmation occurred. For the first time I appreciated the changes
in the skies that can happen after some significant gifting. . A huge cumulus
cloud formed and, atop the billowing mass, white, horizontal fumes were being
released by what Don said is a typical Lemurian space ship. Other unique cloud
formations were seen, too. Some almost formed Dr. Reich's orgone symbol.
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