Joined: 09 Aug 2004
Location: Mississauga, Ontario
Sun Dec 12, 2004 10:38 am Post
subject: Cesco's Coil Cleans the Corridors
|I made an unscheduled
visit to the hospital this week. What a suspicious place!
Why are all these people looking at us from the corner of
It was packed when we got there. Didn't take long to clear
out though. Cesco's coil was buzzing happily away in my
purse. The energy was from it was more intense than usual.
My hand would vibrate and buzz when passed over the top of
my opened purse. I can only conclude that the extra power
There were a few weird looks from people for no apparent
reason. These 2 guys doing renovations in the hospital were
the first to catch my attention. They stood about 10 feet
away trying to hold a conversation. You could tell their
focus wasn't on that though as their eyes shifted back and
forth on us. Then they pretended to be reading a sign on the
door of the isolation waiting room with great interest.
I blasted and they walked away in a hurry. They returned a
couple more times passing by, always with their heads
forward and their eyes looking at us from the side. I kept
blasting and eventually they didn't come back. Oh yeah, the
sign was simple enough not to warrant all thier attention.
Something like "Do not enter unless asked by a nurse."
The most obvious guy arrived in a Dependable IT van. He
didn't stop at the registration desk, just proceeded on down
to the waiting room and sat directly in front of us so we
had a good side view of him. He held a cell phone up in
front of him and between sidewards glances at us appeared to
be reading text messages from it. Guess he was in such a
hurry to sit down he didn't see all those signs that ask for
cell phones to be shut down.
My first thought was a reptile by his paranoid eye darts.
When I felt him trying to look in my head I knew he was
psychic. I sent him a mental message "I know who you are and
why you're here" along with a love blast. He bolted up and
walked over to the registration area to the sound of my
A few minutes later he got up some courage and walked by us
again as I dared him with my stare to look at me. Hilarious
as he looked everywhere but at me. You could tell he was
quite nervous. He went back to the registration area just
out of my view. From my vantage point view of the exit I
could see he didn't leave. So I stood up to investigate his
whereabouts. Again he bolted and quickly left through the
exit clutching his cell phone to his ear. Haha. Guess he
wasn't that sick after all.
It was fun blasting and watching the reactions. Soon enough
we ran out of targets. There were only about 6 people in the
waiting room when an examing room became available. They put
us in a quiet area in the children's section. Now that I
think of it, we usually hear unhappy sick children crying or
fussing. Not this day. A while later I went back to the
reception area to get a snack. It was a full house out there
now, as it had been when we walked in. And all these people
staring or averting their eyes again. This is just too much
Maybe I should volunteer to work there....hahaha.
"They always say time changes things, but you actually have
to change them yourself." -- Andy Warhol