By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
April 13, 2005
Joan and I drove out of Laramie 5:00 PM Monday April 4 2005
on Highway 287. We did not want to take I-80. For two hours we drove the
nearly vacant highway until it returned us to I-80. The air was clear and
the aether was free of most of the mind control messages. We saw few cell
phone towers. There were huge windmills just south of Rock River. There
was nobody in the rear-view mirror. Nobody was following us. We had to take
the interstate to Rawlins. The highway was busy, one truck followed after
another. We camped out in a hotel parking lot with sleet falling gently
on our warm and cozy camper. We slept twelve hours and Joan was herself
in the morning.
The next morning we continued on Highway 287 to Lander. This was a part
of the trip that I had been planning for months. The remainder of our orgonite,
TBs and HHgs was thrown by me from the passenger's seat every mile through
the Wind River Indian Reservation. The Wind River Reserve is one of the
best run "business oriented" reserves in the USA. It is also midpoint
between Steamboat and Yellowstone. It is important that old geomancy programs
be released so that the whole of the western USA will be freed from the
old status quo.
Landers was a neat and clean town. Fort Washakie, where Sacajawea was buried
was a neat and clean town. There was a huge Church of Jesus Christ and the
Latter Day Saints near her burial site. The businesses were well maintained.
The farms were well laid out. The ranches have good looking cattle and everything
was well groomed. The Mormons rule in every respect.
As Yellowstone Park was closed, it opens in May, we drove through Jackson
Hole, stopped for a coffee at an internet cafe and checked our email. Around
Jackson, as "Hole" has now being dropped from the name, are many,
too many, ski chalets and year round homes for high altitude "seasonal"
destination. This is a noteworthy trend.
Ski mountains in British Columbia now have small cities on their slopes.
Kamloops, Vernon, Revelstoke, Kelowna and Golden have had huge building
booms over the past five years. I know that all the ski resort towns in
the Rocky Mountains of Colorado are building cities at 10,000 elevations
and higher. The 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics built many permanent residences
at its venues. My mother to a bus ride through the Andes between Chile and
Argentina and there was a huge new town at Bariloche. Why the building on
high ground? Could it be "Plan B" if the underground residences
do not work as expected? Definitely Aspen, Vail and all the other Colorado
ski resorts are part of the NWO plan for Denver. In that there is no room
for "trailer trash" in the mountains above Denver and that the
land values are Rocky Mountain high, the resorts appear to be the exclusive
domain of the wealthy. Is that where the Illuminati will camp out when things
get difficult with the hoi polloi? Many public lands in the mountains are
fenced off. Tim White feels the Pike National Forest fires were deliberately
set in order to bar people from the area. Jackson appears to be of the same
ilk, but Yellowstone may become active, and that will make things hot in
the Grand Tetons too.
In my original planning for the trip I was intending to lay orgonite from
Steamboat through Lander to Yellowstone. When Joan was attacked for a second
time that plan was immediately discarded. I felt we would be attacked again
in the mountains near Estes Park. As Don and Carol Croft have already ringed
Yellowstone with earthpipes, Steamboat should get the same treatment. Any
volunteers? Denver needs a CBswork.
We drove out of Jackson, west on Highway 22 over Teton Pass. I was not feeling
anything special in the magnetics of the mountain. To some it is supposed
to be a holy mountain. If it had something special, I did not feel it.
We drove through potato growing areas of Idaho and back into the scrub desert
north of of the federal lands of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratories,
where a fast breeder reactor blew its cool over forty years ago.
We drove to Beaver Idaho along Highway 28 and camped under the "nose"
of Montana. Again we slept soundly. The next day I was determined to get
back to Salmon Arm thirteen hours away. We drove through Missoula, Sandpoint,
had supper in Colville. We saw downtown Republic and spent the last of our
US cash on gas at Tonasket. Gasoline was $2.40 per gallon. The Colville
National Forest and other forests in northern Washington are showing drought
We crossed the border at Osoyoos and immediately we saw an increase of activity
on the streets. Residents of Tonasket, Ellisford and Oroville were off the
streets by 9:00 PM. Osoyoos, Oliver, Penticton were still active past 10:00
PM. I was not hearing CURFEW... FEAR... SECURITY... SAFETY... mindcontrol
broadcasts in Canada. People were not afraid to venture out after dark.
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