SAVING AFRICA WITH ORGANITE
On 20th April, four men were arrested in Mozambique on suspicion of sabotaging the Cahora Bassa dam by putting a "highly corrosive" chemical in the turbines. The dam, on the Zambezi River, is a vital source of electricity for Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The men, who were on a mission to "save Africa". Said they had merely been placing organite "tower busters2 beneath the dam's huge hydro-electric towers and about and about 170 "holy hand grenades" around the dam. Their attorney, Heminio Mhatambo, said the police were confused. "This orgone substance is not known in Mozambique." He said "but is obviously completely harmless>" He expected the men- South African cultural guide Joseph Ngwato, 21, German national Georg Ritschal, 50 former Botswana Air Force pilot Tino Phuthego 28, and Portuguese national Carlos da Sliva, 30 who had been held for more than two weeks at the time of the report, would be released when forensic instigations had been completed.
They belong to the SA branch of the Earth-healing orgone group, based on the life-giving energy originally identified (or imagined) by the maverick psychologist and fringe scientist Wilhelm Reich. Orgonite consists of fibreglass resin, metal (usually aluminium) shavings and a quartz crystal. The men have placed more than 12,000 lumps of the stuff in 11 African countries. Apparently undetected until last May, their "Operation Paradise" had included dropping "hand grenades" outside the Koeburg nuclear power station and on the grave of Cecil Rhodes; tossing "Dirty Harrys" from their Land Rover beneath every cell phone tower they see, and donating an all-healing zapper device and cloud-buster to the mother of Thabo Mbeki, President of South Africa until September 2008
According to the website www.orgonite.info, orgonite is simple, easy to make, and works continuously. It turns negative energy into positive energy, purifies the atmosphere, detoxifies water, ends drought; helps plants grow better, repel pests and require less water; mitigates harmful effects of EMF radiation; disarms and repeals predatory forms of life; inspires a pleasant demeanor and balanced, happier moods; frequently remedies insomnia and chronic nightmares; and helps awaken innate psychic senses.
Georg Ritschl said his group'd mission was to "reverse the negative effects (especially drought) of modern technology and secret biochemical warfare on the continent." The goal of their current expedition was "to lay out at least a thin grid of tower busters, neutralising at least most of the entropy transmitters in one country and other obvious sources of negative energy such as battlefields, ritual murder sites, prisons, police stations and Masonic lodges." Friederlke Ritschl said her husband had been jailed on a previous trip to Zimbabwe, where baffled police could only come up with a charge of littering in response to Ritschl "gifting" the devices around the countryside. She believed the men were caught in Mozambique because their boat had broken down, forcing them to drop their orgonite devices from a public ferry in full view of passengers and crew.
Asked about a branch statement that "where we suspect alien or secret military underground bases we use earth pipes, hammered into the ground", she acknowledged the group, called "Orgonise Africa", was referring to space aliens. She said the group had taken part in "countess orgone healingexpeditions" in Africa since 2002. BBC News, 8 may . www.AllAfrica.com, 12 may; www.thaindian.com 26 May 2009.