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Heaven and Earth - April 22, 2006 14:43 
         It was while visiting Taiwan in 1983 that I first read of the etheric connection between heaven and earth. According to tradition there were places where positive (yang) qi would pour into the earth from the sky. Men and other (sometimes non-corporeal) entities, who wished to develop their spirits, would sometimes search out these places and sit quietly there (in meditation) for the purpose of more rapid spiritual advancement.

     At the time this was nothing more than heresay to me. During that year I had opportunity to see many Buddhist and Taoist temples on the island, and had observed that they often were situated over positive lines of qi through the earth. This was so frequently the case that I acquired the habit of looking for the lines of qi through the earth whenever I came upon a new temple.

     In late August and early September of 2001 I met with some Chinese friends of mine to visit some of the Taoist and Buddhist holy mountains in China. One of the Taoist mountains we visited was Hengshan in Shanxi Province. At one place there, we came upon a temple which was built on the side of a steep slope. One wall rested on the ground, and the other was on wooden poles. As our vehicle approached I automatically checked for qi lines about the place, but found none. Since there was level ground not far away, it seemed surprising that the builders had gone to the trouble to construct it on the sleep slope, almost a cliff. After parking, while walking over to the entrance of the place,  I noticed that positive qi was coming down from the sky directly through the roof. We were told that there had been a temple in that location for time immemorial, and that it had been owned solely by one group: Taoists, Buddhists, and Confucianists had all use the place at one time or another. We walked through it and I found that the place the positive qi entered the ground was near the back wall, and that that particular place had been used especially for quiet sitting. In fact there was a depression in the rock there for that purpose.

     Another mountain we visited on that trip was near the Shaolin temple. This is in the Songshan range in Henan Province. Tradition has it had in the early 6th century the Buddhist sage Da Mo visited the temple and found a place on a mountain nearby where he sat quietly for 9 years. That particular temple is know for its martial arts, and it is said that Da Mo was the one who taught the monks the system which made the place famous. In any case the place where Da Mo is said to have meditated is still known, and many pilgrims climb up that mountain yearly. We hiked up there as well, and I was surprised to find that, as at the temple on Hengshan, positive qi streamed out of the sky above into that place.

     It was in March of 2003 that I discovered some of the Crofts' adventures on the internet, and built a CB according to Don's published plans. It was a surprise to read that the Crofts lived only ten miles away, so I emailed Don (who was on a trip on the East Coast at the time), asking if we could meet. He said sure, but that most of the "action" involving CBs was taking place on Stuart Jackson's cloud buster forum. So I registered and began posting daily observations of how qi in the area was interacting with my CB. Here negative qi was coming down from the sky (and in from the earth) and positive qi was sent back up into the sky. I became "hooked" on studying and working with these phenomena, especially as I became aware of many details resulting from my daily observations of which I had never read or hear before.

     In the summer of 2003 these observations led to the discovery of what I have come to call vortices, though this is a specialized use of the general term, and different people use that term for different phenomena. What I have since come to view as the typical vortex of this type occurs on the earth's surface, often at a place of high altitude relative to the surrounding area, where qi from below ground comes up and concentrates. This qi contacts the surface at a few points, and if TBs or HHGs are placed at those points, positive qi comes up through the surface and swirls upward in the the shape of an inverted cone. The first example of such was at Steptoe Butte, and I published the events connected with the "opening" of that vortex on the cloudbuster forum. Several other vortices were opened that summer and fall, including Moscow Mountain, but it wasn't until the next summer (2004) that I began instill some order into the process and began to get a better idea of its significance.

     Some of these things were published on the cloud buster forum, and some on Mark Davey's EEF forum in England during 2004, but both of these forums have since been discontinued. When this Etheric Warriors forum came into being, I began publishing observations here, but the severe hacking of Etheric Warriors in the late fall of last year resulted in all of that material being relegated to the archives. Subsequently I have been posting "Heaven and Earth" material on Warrior Matrix and Georg Ritschl's german language cloud buster forum. Not everything on the former has appeared on the latter, and vice versa. So what I purpose to do in the present thread is to collect much of this information together, in a comprehensible body, exposing the state of my understanding of, and experiece with, the passage of qi between heaven and earth.

Last Edited: April 23, 2006 14:24 by laozu
No Subject - April 23, 2006 14:58
     The very first vortex I observed in the early summer of 2003, as a result of my CB observation, was not that on Steptoe Butte, but one near the wheat elevator at the Almota landing on the Snake River. It was about a 45 minute drive from my CB, but negative qi swirling up out of it was clearly observable from the location of the CB at the time. I of course did not know its exact location until driving there. The river at that point is down in a steep canyon, and it was not until reaching the river that I could ascertain the center of the vortex. The most important point touching the surface was actually in the river some distance off shore, and so I could not reach it directly. Don and Carol told me that they thought it was connected somehow with an underground base. In any event, it was rather difficult to gift effectively. My initial efforts were only temporarily successful, and I had to regift it several times that summer, to keep the qi coming up positive. Somehow the grain trucked down to the elevator seemed to  contribute to the negativity, and Carol suggested that it might be a result of the pesiticides which are sprayed on the land during the growing phase.

     Again in December of 2004 the vortex had turned negative. I had read a post by a lady named Gale (Wild Angel) in the old forum suggesting that a crystal in orgonite in a copper pipe might be a powerful gifting agent. And so, just before Christmas, a friend of mine and I took a pipe, some resin, some hardener, metal shavings, and a crystal down to the other side of the river from the elevator; found an inconspicuous spot, buried the pipe, poured in some shavings, then the crystal, then some more shavings, mixed some resin with hardener, and then poured the mixture into the pipe over the shavings. So far as I know, this was the first earth pipe constructed (and perhaps the only one poured on site), but it did the job. The qi coming up from the vortex has been positive ever since. I was "rewarded" by incurring a bizarre accident on the way home, and totalling my pickup. Neither my friend nor I were injured, but we should have been: after the pickup flipped and was sliding on its side, we both saw another car headed the opposite direction coming directly at us, but there was no collision. Bad luck and good luck.