My adventure started when I sent a donation to James Robitaille for his free QEG (Quantum Energy Generator) Build Manual. The suggested donation was $15. I sent a thousand bucks. The following emails, word for word, no more and no less, tell the story of what happened to me after that. – Wilhelmina –
Dear Wilhelmina. We were amazed and thrilled to see your incredibly generous donation to Fix the World and the QEG. Thank you so very much for your help! I just wanted to write you personally to let you know that this particular donation from you seems to have come in ‘divine’ timing. We have just recently acquired a community center here in a poor neighbourhood in Morocco which will allow us to operate our humanitarian efforts and help lots of people improve their living conditions and graduate out of poverty. The center will be helping homeless mothers and children in tutoring and vocational training, and allow for a place for people to go during the day for some peace in an otherwise stressful living situation. It will also serve as a main distribution center for the donations of food and clothing that come into the area from other countries.
Your donation has enabled us to keep the community center open for half a year. Thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts and those of the people we can help! Stay tuned to the HopeGirl blog as we will be putting out some great stories to show pictures of the community center and the beautiful people who will use it every day. Blessings. – Hope –
Hello, Hope. I appreciate what your family has been doing and I’d like to help in some way in promoting Free Energy. Do keep Youtubing. This is where I’ve recently found you and where I will keep in touch. And do keep us all informed as to how your translation program is coming along for your free and open-source QEG Build Manual. A thousand dollars per language seems like such a good deal. Your family has been doing all the grunt work up to now. Perhaps I can do my part by contributing a little. I wish you well. – Wilhelmina –
Dear Wilhelmina. My husband, James, and I are so very grateful for your donation 24 hours ago. James has been needing capacitors for the next generation QEG and we were really scrimping to save for some. Your incredibly generous donation came at just the right time for us and we thank you so very much from our hearts. We continue the work! Many blessings. – Valerie and James –
Hello, Valerie. I’m so glad to hear from you personally. Thank you, thank you, for what your family has done. I am just now finding you, through Youtube and HopeGirl.
I have two questions: My first question is: Are you aware that Dr. Steven Greer (founder of CSETI, the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and a man to be trusted), and who can be found at siriusdisclosure.org 1) has been looking for an open-source Free Energy device that a) works, and comes with plans for it that are open-sourced b) can be independently tested by a team of his choosing, and c) can be replicated entirely from the written plans? And 2) he has powerful connections in place to immediately announce such a device to the entire world? And 3) that he has collected $100,000 that he’s offering as an incentive to the person who will come to his home in Virginia and present him with such a device for testing, along with the plans for it?
I think it’s possible that yours is the device he’s been waiting for. My second question is: Are you interested in pursuing this? If you are, I will immediately send you (as soon as I can figure out how to do it, and shuffle some funds around) ten thousand dollars to cover your personal expenses.
I only ask to remain invisible. I cherish my privacy and have no wish to be ‘trolled’. I wish you well. – Wilhelmina, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Wilhelmina. I am honored to write you personally. We (Fix The World / QEG / HopeGirl) are astounded at your generosity and want to catch you up on all we’ve been doing. I know my daughter (HopeGirl – her real name is Naima) has told you about our community center in Morocco, but since you just recently found us you will need some history which I hope to provide here and in future emails, if you like.
First, FTW (Fix The World) – Hope came on the public scene as a whistleblower, and we all started really waking up back in 2011 – 2012. We are very familiar with Dr. Greer and really respect his work in waking so many people up. I have his ET app on my phone. I wouldn’t know how to make contact with Dr. Greer, but also, I don’t know if that offer is still valid. I recently heard that he’s had a lot of problems with his Free Energy endeavors. And the offer is over a year old.
We’ve been developing the QEG for exactly two years now. While it was crowd-funded all the way we, as a family, lost a lot. The material losses don’t matter much as we know many others are in the same boat due to their work. What matters is that we have succeeded in spreading the technology to so many countries around the world. But the losses still have taken their toll and we’ve come up with a plan to heal. We have a book and other materials for sale, a 10 week video course, and an ongoing ‘webinar’ series, all of which we created after our awful public ‘troll’ experiences, and because we didn’t want to have to worry about money to live on while we spread the word. Our systems are so far working to keep the ‘trolls’ and their threats at bay, put food on our table and a roof over our heads while the work continues.
All the information for building a QEG is free on the web (in addition to the purchasable items), and people like Dr. Greer, Foster Gamble, and Nassim Haramein all know about the QEG and are probably even building one. (At least I heard Foster was.) We have had a few offers like Dr. Greer’s but none of them have come through in terms of allowing the time, funding, and equipment needed. Some of these offers were from obviously greedy, controlling individuals looking for the next big thing to make them a ton of money and give them some kind of power.
We live in Africa. We’re interested in people getting what they need to survive, not the money. Now that the QEG has reached ‘overunity’, we need to optimize it for the people – the next step in development. The really good news is that our winding supplier has agreed to make kits which will make it very easy to build one, and they ships cores and parts to everywhere in the world! Accessible to people.
Please let me know if you have any ideas for the next steps to see if Dr. Greer is still interested. We can assist him in building one, and perhaps his passion and public presence will break through some of the dark agendas of the big energy industry controlling the planet today. And thank you for your amazing offer to help make this happen. Much Love and Appreciation. Valerie.
p.s. I love Vancouver Island! When I lived in Washington State, I spent a great deal of time docked with our sailboat in Finlayson Bay and would enter Butchart Gardens from the back (bay) way!
Dear Valerie. Naima. Hmmm. Interesting name. Where did that come from? I live in a small seaside city one hour’s drive up-island from Victoria, in a cozy ‘hobbit hole’ in the basement of my sister’s snug house. She’s a gardener and her yard is dancing with birds and flowers and the nature spirits she welcomes in.
I’m aware of the seriousness of ‘trolling’. Dr. Greer once spoke of himself as a ‘Spirit Warrior’ and I put your family in the same category. You’re on the front line of fire. You’re the ‘Davids’ facing up to the Goliaths. I don’t know if a Dr. Greer connection would be either feasible or useful to you and I’m going to leave that up to you to explore or not, according to your inclinations, leaving in place my offer of $10,000. for personal expenses.
But here’s what I have on my mind this morning. Somewhere in one of Hope’s videos, she spoke of people who don’t have so much as a light in their dwellings and have to live in darkness from dusk till dawn.
Do you think a Free Energy device could be designed that would be so small and so cheap and so easy for a common man or woman to build that it could escape suppression and get into the hands of the individuals who need it? Is this a project your family in interested in pursuing? I am interested. I have no technical knowledge and no connections, but I do have more money than I can spend on my personal comforts.
From your QEG project, I know of your family’s conviction and determination, and I know you can squeeze a nickel so hard it flattens into two dimes. What could you do, I wonder, in the matter of getting Free Energy to the people who most need it, if you had a hundred thousand dollars to spend as you please? Say the word and it’s yours with no strings attached – no business plan, no progress reports, no accounting to me.
In exchange for my money, I ask that you continue to do what you’ve proven yourselves good at doing, and that you be as public as possible, letting the world know that, as far as the ocean of Free Energy we are swimming in is concerned, there has been a sea change. The tide has turned and it’s now unstoppable. Regards, from – Wilhelmina –
p.s. I’m attaching a photo of me and my husband, Gerry, who earned all the money I have, but died before he got a chance to spend it. p.s.s. Please allow me to remain invisible to all but yourselves.
Hi Wilhelmina! It will take us a little time to respond properly to your letter as we are truly astounded at your proposals. But I wanted to respond right away to let you know we are processing. Actually, we’ve been crying. Is it possible this is divine timing and we are meant to perform an assignment together? Are you and your late husband, Gerry, the angels we have been hoping to meet for more than two years? As you probably know from what you’ve read about us, we have had a hard way to go but we keep going because we are on assignment! Thank you so much for attaching the photo. I can see Gerry’s light.
I’m attaching a video link. This is what we were doing yesterday. (Please let me know if you can’t open it and I will send it another way. This will be public soon but is still raw footage.)
This person lives in Martil, Morocco, and has a light in her room as you will see. The people in the Rif and Atlas mountains do not have electricity and the people in West Africa are at the hands of the big western energy companies – they are the ones Hope spoke about in her video that you saw. We had just gotten a letter from the president of a big electric corporation that rules like tyrants over West African communities, whose conscience was burning in him, so Hope chose to share that story. As we all know, so many people are suffering.
So, a quick fix is a $250 solar array. Tivon (Hope’s beloved and the designer of the mini QEG, he’s in the video) has all the information for that. And, of course, he’s about ready to come out with his mini QEG, which will really be a tremendous breakthrough. It will cost under $1,000 to build! It won’t power a whole house but will power a refrigerator, or an air conditioner, or another important appliance in the dwelling. We gave the information about this kit to the corporate guy but I think he had a different agenda. What a story that is, and we’ll have to write a blog post about it one day!
About my daughter’s name – I was a big John Coltraine fan back in the seventies. He wrote a beautiful song for his wife, who was Naima. It felt right and now we know she was meant to have a name that many languages can relate to (Hindi, Arabic, African). Across these languages it pretty consistently means ‘pleasant’, or ‘peaceful’, or ‘the breeze’.
I love how you described where you live! I’m also attaching a community flower essence project I had two years ago in my Sacred Garden. You should be able to recognize the nature spirits there, too.
Thank you for saying we are ‘Spirit Warriors’ and ‘Davids’. We are so very touched that you read our story and got it. You have displayed exactly the frequency we’ve been holding out for.
Thank you so very much again, Wihelmina. We will be in touch with more in the next few days as we continue to process your offer. We know you said no business plan and all that but we want to show you and tell you a few things more. Please do keep asking questions and I will write back as I can. We are very serious about getting the QEG technology into the hands of the people that need it and we see that you are on the same page. Such a refreshing change from what we’ve experienced – a beautiful breath of fresh air! Love, Val, Jamie, Naima and Tivon
Hello, Valerie. You don’t need to be writing me. Honestly. You’re a busy woman, and I’m in the habit of looking into my emails about once a month! I know – I’m not quite in sync with the times. And I will be looking for you now and then on Youtube and on your websites, so I can keep up to date on your news there. I’ve been shuffling money around, and I think I’ll have $120,000 arriving in my local bank today. I’m planning to send you the whole wad at once, and I THINK I now have got Paypal hooked up to my local account so I can get this all done in a single go.
If the Dr. Greer thing doesn’t work out, I know you’ll put the money to good use somewhere, using it in any way you can think of to get Free Energy into the hands of the people. Or . . . at least having a good try at it anyway.
I have one question: I sent you some money by pressing a button on your ‘Free QEG Build Manual’ page and that was easy. I could type in any amount I wanted to. Would it work for you if I did that again?
Once that’s taken care of – in the next few days if all goes well – I’d appreciate a confirmation that you’ve received the money. After that, what I intend to do is crawl back into the woodwork and carry on with my quiet, easy life. You can think of me pulling morning glory weeds on a dewy morning from the rich black soil of my sister’s flowerbeds, and walking down to the harbour to see if the shorebirds have begun their fall migration, and perching for a while on the black rocks of the seawall – near the water’s edge where the soft swell of the tide is lifting the bubbly, golden bladderwrack. You can imagine me breathing in the cool, salty air and feeling nothing but gladness to be alive in a beautiful part of a beautiful world.
I certainly don’t care to be thought of as an angel! But I do fancy the image of Galadrial, doing her magic from the shelter of her lovely forest home while the brave little hobbits are out there storming the gates of Mordor. Whooo! Aren’t we all caught up in an similar adventure, though? It’s full of drama and suspense, and kind of interesting, too, in a life-or-death sort of way. And who knows? After the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared, we might live to see a happy ending yet!
I leave you to your noble quest and I wish you well. – Wilhelmina –
Dear Wilhelmina. Thank you for putting your trust and faith in us. We will find a way to contact Dr. Greer and see if he is still interested in our machine and spreading the technology to ‘the Good People of the Earth’, as he puts it. The more we are connected to like minds in the field, the sooner we will be able to give the whole world access to the technology. We are constantly thinking of ways to stay under the troll radar so that we can be effective.
The QEG in Morocco, when completed, is to be donated to the Aouchtam community as promised last year. This will make life so much better for the women of the community who are the ones that have to pull up the water from the well. They will be able to run the pump for that!
Within the next two weeks we will go with Achmed into the Rif mountains to meet the people. We have already made appointments to assess the situation there and will let you know when all of that comes to fruition. In about six months when the mini QEG is in full swing, we’ll really be able to fulfill your wishes as we’ll be manufacturing them and teaching the Morocco community some skills. They are wonderful people but they don’t have much industry. Our long-term goal is to see viable, healthy communities where there is now unbelievable poverty.
I’ve called Paypal to alert them to a large transaction coming through shortly. The best way to send it is to go to your Paypal account and click ‘send to friends and family’. Our Paypal address is (dadada) . Otherwise, Paypal will take 5%. There are really no words that I can find to express how much we feel blessed by you – it is hard not to think of you as an angel. This action, and your humility and quiet beauty has us also believing we might live to see a happy ending yet! I hope you don’t mind if I do continue to write and keep you updated – you don’t have to respond although I feel you are such a kindred spirit that I would love nothing more than to stay in touch. We will certainly keep posting all updates for FTW, QEG, and our humanitarian efforts.
Thank you so very much, dear one. I will hold those images of you that you so eloquently expressed. There is not much that is more beautiful and satisfying than nature, would you agree? I’ll write again as soon as the deposit comes through.
So much love and appreciation. Val, Jamie, Naima and Tivon.
p.s. Photos attached for you.
Greetings to you, Val, Jamie, Naima and Tivon. Just now, I’m making my way through a maze of cross-border banking complications. I’m going to make it through, but it’ll take a little time.
My sister, Theresa, drove me this morning to a favourite spot of hers, out past the Indian reservation on the Nanaimo River estuary. It was a wild place, not a bit popular, and well away from the hum of humanity. She shucked her clothes and slogged out through the black river-bottom muck to have a swim in the brackish water – warm, she told me, from the tide washing in over the shallow reaches of the bay.
Then we lay in the tall, brown, weedy grasses in the dappled shade of a low Hawthorne tree loaded with hard little red berries, and we put our straw hats over our faces and listened to the slow, late-summer song of the crickets and to a family of ravens calling back and forth in the dark, shaggy Douglas fir trees on the far side of the river.
She sang me a song. “We are the ones,” she sang. “We’re the ones we’ve been waiting for.” Regards, from – Wilhelmina –
p.s. Here’s a pic of us modelling the kaftans our sister in Montreal had just sent us.
Hi Wilhelmina! I must come to Nanaimo one day with my big hat and swim in Theresa’s estuary and pick Hawthorne to dry later for tea and a healthy heart! I am so thrilled with your descriptions and, of course, intuit that you are a famous writer. Or just so good at it. Certainly you engender a palpable experience, and I have a clear vision of you and your sister just having a grand time in Nature.
We had a lovely baby shower for my daughter Cheyenne yesterday who is 8 months pregnant with my second grandchild. The best part was the baby playdoh contest. It’s just too cute not to share, so I’m attaching a picture.
Also, if you have any interest, here is my health website/blog:
http://blessedhealth2013.com. I’m giving my first ‘webinar’ on Tuesday. You can read more about it here:
Blessings to you and Theresa, Valerie.
p.s. Oh, the photo on the front page of my blog is of my beloved Packwood Lake in Washington where I was living and sailed the Puget Sound for 5 years. I love that part of the world more than any other. Val
Hi, Val. No, I’m not famous! Nobody knows me, and I prefer to be invisible! But I do love words and I write a lot for my own remembering and enjoyment -my family stories and rememberings. Ooh, Hawthorne tea! Theresa would go for that.
Yes, I would like to correspond with you. I’d like it a lot. I’ve been outside these past couple of days, painting the front steps up to Theresa’s place, as well as the front gate and trellis our dad once build for her at his hobby workshop . . . and all the while, I’ve been trying to picture a dark-skinned lady in your part of the world, drawing water from a well. I wonder if you could make a word picture for me? I like word pictures even better than photographs. They leave more scope for the imagination.
What name might I give to this lady at the well? And might the name have a meaning? How does she wear her hair? Is she dressed in jeans and a t-shirt or what? Does she have children, and what does she do with them while she’s working? Or do they go to school, or are they grown?
And about that well – how does she get the water out of it, or is it a well at all? Gerry and I, in our hippie days, lived for 12 years here on the island, in a tiny non-electric home he built for us with a hammer and a saw, and we pumped the water from our well with a long-handled pump and carried it up the hill in two galvanized buckets. We were just playing at being primitive. Gerry was a pharmacist and we always had more money than we needed.
Nowadays, I take my pleasures close to home and I’m thinking that, if you’d care to, you might be a window for me, Val, onto a new world. I’d like that. – Wilhelmina –
p.s. Son of a gun. Looks like we are ‘kindred spirits’, Val. I’ve just had a look at your Blessed Health website. Good site. Good topic. Good luck! One of the mottos I live by is ‘Good Body – Good Life.”
Hi Val. About your money. The gears are grinding, but slowly. First, I sold some stocks from my American investment company. When that was done, I phoned them to wire the money to my RBC account here in Nanaimo. Because of the large sum, this got held up by the RBC Wire Transfer Team, who got in touch with me by phone. I was advised, when I told somebody where the money was going, not to convert it to Canadian dollars and then back into US dollars, as I’d wind up with less money than I started with.
So I got an appointment with my bank here and went down and opened something called a US Dollar account here in my local branch. The money is sitting in there now, minus a little that got lost along the way.
The next thing I did was to try and connect Paypal to this new account, and I ran into a line of small print that told me that, in Canadian banks, Paypal only deals in Canadian dollars. Shucks.
So I got another appointment down the hill and the next RBC fellow I spoke to advised me to open a separate account in an American bank in the States, and he told me that RBC has an affiliate RBC bank in Philadelphia that does this. This is now in the works. Since I have American citizenship, everything seems to be moving smoothly. My next step is to move the money into this new account, and then see what Paypal has to say about it all. I expect this will work, and – thank you for the heads-up – I have found the ‘send to friends and family’ button on Paypal and will use it.
However, this morning I’m thinking maybe I could forget about Paypal and do a wire transfer directly from my US Dollar account here in Nanaimo into your bank. I’ve just called the RBC and it sounds like this is ok with them. I’d walk down to the bank and someone there will get the job done properly for me.
Do you think this would work for you? And is it a good idea? If so, the bank information I’d need from you is: Transit #, Financial Institution #, Bank Account #, Swift Code # (usually needed for overseas accounts, the lady told me), and Routing # (usually for US accounts). We soldier on! – Wilhelmina –
p.s. I don’t think my old US bank accounts used anything called a transit number. That’s a Canadian thing. Last year, when I moved back here from North Carolina, getting my Social Security pension switched across the border was a long, drawn-out puzzle. It took me many months to find the right questions to ask and the right people to ask them to. Whew! Fortunately, I thrive on a challenge. It keeps me on my toes. This current puzzle will get solved, all in due time. – Wilhelmina –
Wilhelmina. I was just writing you when your letter came in. OMIGOSH! What a lot of hassle. We always have trouble due to our dual residencies, here in the US and in Morocco (which I explain in my next letter). Here’s the info you need:(dadada)
I’m glad you enjoy a challenge! Up against the banks trying to use your money certainly tops all!
I’m uploading our latest Youtube now: the ‘webinar’ Jamie did on July 20: How to Get Your QEG to Overunity. So you should be able to see that in about an hour. See you later. Val. p.s. Please delete this email after you’ve written the info down. Thanks!! Hugs!!
Val. Your bank info is deleted and has gone into ‘Trash’. Do you know how get rid of my ‘Trash’? I tried to highlight and cut with ctrl-x, but that wouldn’t work for me. I appreciate the hugs. Hugs are always good. Tomorrow morning I’ll walk down to the bank again and see how that goes. Fingers crossed! – Wilhelmina –
p.s. In my ‘Trash’, I just found a button that said, ‘Delete Forever’, and I hit it. So I think your banking information is gone forever. Scary, isn’t it? Putting all that sensitive info into an email? Catch you later. I’m going to stretch out pretty soon and watch Tootsie with Dustin Hoffman – an oldie but a goodie. – Wilhelmina –
Hello Val, We’re almost there. I’ve just come up from the bank and what I found out this time is that, on the Wire Transfer form, the computer, just below your name, requires ‘address line 1 and line 2’. That should do it. I will definitely vaporize your information as soon as I get it on paper. And probably try the bank again tomorrow. – Wilhelmina –
Hi, Wilhelmina. You’re amazing to keep at it and we are very grateful for your persistence.
Full address (you’re the only one in the whole world with this info): (dadada)
I’ve not had a moment to write a proper letter (which I’m really chomping on the bit to write!). My daughter is needing help with everything now and my 6 year old grandson is here much of the time. He’s a good boy but a handful! We went camping a couple of weeks ago and found a lost baby bird. Well, the baby died and my boy is grieving terribly – so sensitive. I’m attaching a pic.
Did you see the new interview Hope did with Jamie? It’s here:
Enjoy! And I’ll be back on line tomorrow evening. Much love and appreciation. Val
Hi Val. Now we wait. My RBC teller has filled in all the required slots on the Wire Transfer form. Today is Saturday. She says the wire will go out on Monday. Then there may be some processing time at the bank on your end. Then we celebrate! – Wilhelmina –
p.s. It all takes time! When Gerry and I moved from here to Fairfield, Iowa, in 1986, it took four years for us to get our ‘green cards’ – our permanent resident status. But we did it! We knew how to persevere. p.s.s. I do like you sending me links, and I’ll get to them all – someday!
Hi Wilhelmina! Do I need to call my bank? Hmmm. I’ll call them early Monday morning to alert them. We just got off a very long call with an inventor who is doing similar work as us in Africa and other countries. His is an energy device that turns just about any liquid into gas for your car and he’s very famous in the field (because his machine works!) Due to this device, he was raided by big corporate energy goons in the 1990’s, who threatened to kill him if he didn’t sell them his patent. Through a corrupt judge, they managed to have him committed to an insane asylum for many years. While there, they broke both his legs and pulled all his teeth out while continuing to try to get him to sign his patent over.
His son, who has been teaching the father’s technology in France for many years, appealed incessantly and finally got him out. He’s eccentric, yes, but insane, no. He’s a genius and is to be commended for his integrity and courage. We’re very excited to be associating with him and think we’re going to be great friends! Just like you and me. Please see my attached word-pictures, and picture-pictures!
Morocco Words and Pictures for Wilhelmina
Above is my very first sight of a Berber, or Mountain Woman. I was very cautiously warned they didn’t like their pictures taken, but they were irresistible! I’ve not shared this with anyone yet, but I’m happy to share it with you. (I took it in April, 2014.) Since then, we have known the Berbers to be talented artisans and to live close to the Earth (the way I desire to live, and the way you and Gerry possibly lived.)
In the deserts, these tribes know no illness, nor do they know that there is such turmoil in the world that there is. The men dress in big, blue ‘djellabahs’, with big, blue, turban-like head dressings. You can sort of see it below. If you’ve not read Edith Wharton’s ‘In Morocco’, I highly recommend it. It’s free on Amazon Kindle!
These lovely rugs are one of the major Berber traditions. They tell a story – maybe it’s a love story, or unrequited love story. Fascinating.
The Moroccans have a certain way of doing business: they try to get as much money out of you as they can and will only haggle! Normally it’s annoying and offensive to westerners, but with this merchant it was very interesting.
We tried to tell them we absolutely did not have 3,800 ‘dirham’ (about $350 USD), and that people in the west are suffering, and that most of us are poor, not rich, and that we were in Morocco on a humanitarian mission. At first, they didn’t hear us and seemed convinced we were going to buy.
They serve Moroccan tea at the rug merchants, which is nice, but overly sugared, while they weave a historical tale of their wares. Most of the rug sellers are older and corrupt to the core. But not these guys. They finally started to understand we didn’t have money for rugs, and that we didn’t have it so easy.
They were dumbfounded with our stories, especially when we started talking about homelessness (due to having our homes stolen by the banks), government/corporate tyranny, the US military-industrial complex, and other things. They don’t have internet in the desert towns so they never hear this stuff.
Hassan (in blue) spoke perfect English and looked as if he would cry. He did have a cell phone and gave me his number. He said we are welcome to come live with his tribe in the desert (4 hours east of Marrakech). He said it was an oasis and we would be very happy. I’m sure he’s right. (Wish the pic didn’t come out blurry.)
This is a typical sight on the roads except most of the donkeys don’t look as good. And usually the woman is walking with a heavy load on her back like the woman below carrying hay.
I don’t have a picture of the well we’ve had in mind since 2014, (my external drive with most of my pictures in it broke!) but the picture below is one like it. You’ll also see women carrying buckets of water on the donkeys and their shoulders, and delivering these to people along the way, as they usually walk 4, 5, 6, or more miles from the fresh water source. The woman in this picture is in a full Muslim burka with just slits for the eyes – something you see, but not as much as the ‘djellabahs’ and a head-hair covering. These religious women will also swim in their full burka.
The farmers markets, called ‘souks’ (below), are intense. One must be ready for this intensity, ha ha. Smoky, crowded, hot and dusty, with merchants screaming in Arabic – what a trip! And so many beautiful and interesting things to see.
The language barrier is a tough one for me but I am getting by. I can greet people properly and count to 10 in Arabic, get by with a little Spanish, but am totally lost when it comes to French. Also, not having a car is stressful as the only alternatives are very crowded buses and ‘squishy cabs’ – very uncomfortable.
One of the ways we are going to put your money to use is to buy a Fix the World van for the community center! Thank you so much for this! We’ve been advised to buy and register it in Spain (just over the border) and were told the price will be about $5,000.
Another thing we’ll be able to do – FINALLY – is open a Moroccan business entity, a SARL. This will make it much easier and cheaper to get QEG cores and other equipment delivered.
The photo below, of course, is Jamie and me ‘rockin’ the kashbah!
So, my dear Wilhelmina, we are now in Pennsylvania waiting for the baby to arrive. We’ll stay through the baby’s first Christmas and then back to our beloved Morocco end of December.
Here are views from our Tetouan apartment.
Below is a typical mosque. In the city, many of the calls-to-prayer go off at the same time and it’s truly awesome. Often, all four of us will run up to the roof and open our arms to the sky and thank Allah for the blessing that we may live in this great land.
And, of course, the QEG. It’s in a beautiful sun room.
Below is the King of Morocco – Mohammed VI. He has only one wife. He’s holding the young boy in the center.
And one more thing: This came out today.
Discussion with Sterling Allen and Mark Dansie implicates one of our most difficult paid trolls (Dansie) in misrepresentation of funds. The FBI is now investigating his books! He and one of his co-workers have given us nothing but heartache and headache for the past one and a half years and made our way very difficult. Of course, we say ‘Good!’ because we’ve known all along he gets paid to travel around the world and discredit energy devices.
Time for bed for me. Got up early and made a big breakfast for five people, then built a playdoh city with 25 buildings and a Stargate! Great day with my grandson, Adley.
Thank you so much for all the trouble you went through with the banking, I promise we will keep you anonymous but in our hearts and minds you are a supreme star! Hugs. Val
Good morning, Val. Never a dull moment. I’ll read your email later, but I’ve just had a call from my local bank manager regarding my order for a wire transfer. Apparently, when the bank went to send it, the “recipient was flagged as potentially fraudulent”. So my bank is holding the money and is about to do some sort of a ‘fraudulence review’ for my protection, and will get back to me.
But don’t get in a sweat. This is just another snag, and it’ll get straightened out. I am not surprised at it, considering how the spread of Free Energy technology is about to change . . . well . . . is about to change just about everything in our world that needs changing! We’re on the right track. – Wilhelmina –
Wilhelmina. That’s pretty silly. Jamie’s had the account for about 27 years. Had his pay-check from Shopvac deposited directly for 27 years. Then his retirement payments were deposited, and nothing’s changed. We did call them this morning. What could that fraudulent flag be? Gosh I hope you’re right but don’t you find that suspicious? Should I worry about MIB? What should I do? Very disconcerting. Val
Wilhelmina. Waiting for my bank to call me back but Hope just reminded me of the time we tried doing a transaction with the QEG core. They said they had to check for fraudulent activity for our protection so it must be standard procedure. It just gave me a little shock. Gun shy I guess after all our trouble from TPTB. Did you see that article about Mark Dansie from Revolution Green? I’ll talk to you later after the bank calls me back. Hugs, Val
p.s. Ok my bank just assured me that there’s nothing on our end that would prevent it from posting. I’ll let you know if/when something changes. In the meantime enjoy my Moroccan word picture!
Wilhelmina. I’m writing you from my phone – please forgive the auto correct.
My bank just called to say that because we don’t use a SW I FT code when we get wire transfers they have to go through an intermediary bank which is Wells Fargo. (Did they tell you this?) Funny, because I remember just a year ago having to scramble for those SWI FT codes because you couldn’t get a transfer without it. And figures it would be Wells Fargo – those are the ones that took our house – just stole it as they’ve done to millions of others.
The bank also said it can take 3 to 4 days for a wire transfer. We used to get them from Taiwan in the beginning and it only took about 10 hours so something’s changed.
Just keeping you updated as I get info. I’m really not worried about it at all as we are blessed and highly favoured! We have an assignment from the divine to help people that are suffering. And we’ve always been provided for, so what could stop us now?
Hope is making a Morocco community center video and I feel as if a big chunk of my lifelong dream is coming true. But that’s not all – this is what needs to be done there. The poverty in that particular area of Morocco is unnecessary. Hah – I guess all poverty is unnecessary. Of course I’ll send you the link when it’s ready which will probably be in the next day or so.
So we’ll speak soon – and I’m sure it will be about deep evergreen forests, scattered snow-capped volcanoes, primrose heavens and Northern lights. Cheers to you and Sis, who keep the lights going in that beautiful land. Val
Hi, Val. Yup, I’ve done the Wells Fargo thing. It’s just another hurdle to jump. I’ll write you a decent note later but, for now, I hope you haven’t got your knickers in a twist over the ‘potentially fraudulent recipient’ flag. I could have my own flag by now as a ‘potential promoter of Free Energy who dares to put her money where her mouth is’. No sweat. It makes me feel important to have a flag to carry, and we’re getting down to the last squares on this game-board.
But I’m having another thought this morning regarding a possible link-up between you folks and Dr. Greer. Dr. Greer is mainly known for his focus on the ET presence, while your focus is Free Energy. If you hook up to him, you’ll be like a tugboat trying to pull a double load. Hmmm! Heavy load! Plenty of pros and cons to weigh here. I’m glad it’s not my move to make. – Wilhelmina –
Hi, Val. I’ve just figured out how to open your Morocco attachment. Heh, heh. Shows you how much I use my email! Thank you so much for your Morocco words and pictures. They’re precious! I’d also like to hear little bits, now and then, of the troubles other Free Energy inventors have been having with the trolls. I won’t be disheartened. I have a core of solid steel.
Your wire transfer is still in the works, but it’s coming along. These things take time. I’m going to go have a chat with my branch manager, the one who froze my account on Monday into a ‘deposit only’ position, pending results from the ‘Potentially Fraudulent Recipient’ team. I didn’t quite get what he was telling me on the phone and was wondering why I couldn’t pay for my cheese sandwich lunch with my debit card for the next couple of days!
I do appreciate the bank trying to protect my interests. It’s a dangerous world out there, and people are getting scammed out of their fortunes every day. So I don’t mind going through the motions. But it would be interesting if I could get a print-out of the report that comes back about you. I’ll pass it along if I do. – Wilhelmina –
Dear Wilhelmina, I am so excited for your pyjama party with your daughter up at Theresa’s! Have a blast! I’ll keep this short because I know Hope is writing to you to offer some help (she’s aware of changing global banking and business procedures). I just wanted to say that I think because of the fact that the amount is over 10K (Hope will explain) it was flagged and they did a Google search and decided for themselves that the QEG is a bad thing. When you put James Robitaille in a Google search some of our videos come up and one of them is called Quantum Free Energy Generator. Probably someone at RBC thought that was good enough info (a judgment call) to have to protect you. Otherwise, we really don’t have a bad reputation – we are deeply loved by those who are with us and they are plenty!
We have much love and gratitude for all you’re doing to make this happen. And I certainly don’t need any other reason to prolong our conversation than I want to! I envision you in Morocco for a vacation, sitting on the veranda overlooking the Mediterranean…I have just perfected making Moroccan tea and you and I are commenting on the fresh sea air while practicing our Arabic numbers in between giggles. Val
Wilhemina, here is the link to the new post (interview with Morocco community center partners) with video (it’s over an hour long so get yer popcorn!): https://hopegirl2012.wordpress.com/2015/09/23/ftw-to-open-new-community-center-for-the-poor-in-morocco/
If/when you get to watch FTW TV, please look for the interview with Patty Greer Hugs! ~Val
Wilhelmina. Very interesting that I JUST NOW GOT THIS – not 15 hours ago when you sent it. My mail comes up on my phone so I couldn’t have missed it – just popped up. Whatever happened to the banks that used to say, “Yes ma’am, whatever you need! And thank you for keeping your money in my bank and paying my salary? And is there anything else I can do for you today???”
We are honest and doing exactly what we said we would do. In fact we’re the only ones that I know of that have publicly posted detailed budgets and progress and expenditure reports on our website. We have a huge FAQs page and advanced educational materials for sale. I am 6 months away from my PhD and Jamie is a seasoned engineer and a better man than most. How dare they! What kind of a system have we sold out to, that does this to each other?
If it’s any comfort please look at the attached photos. The capacitors came (thank you!) and Jamie’s building a beautiful capacitor bank. Note the grid he made and is in the process of drilling those small holes. Radiant energy rolls on!
I’m listening to beautiful chants by Hildegard von Bingen. Might have to watch Heidi, too, like you are. Sending good thoughts your way. Val
Hi Val. I’ll get to your messages later. I’m afraid I’m going to set you crying again, but this time it won’t be for joy. I was just down to see my bank manager again this afternoon to clarify my position with them, and what I’ve learned is that I have been effectively hobbled. I cannot send money, by any means or in any quantity, to either the Robitaille family or the QEG project.
I cannot send a wire transfer, I cannot send a bank draft. I cannot send a personal check, no matter how small. I cannot send a Paypal payment. I cannot send a money order through the Post Office using my debit card. And any unusual cash withdrawals I make from my checking account will henceforward be investigated.
The policies of the bank are set in steel and there is no way I am able to bend them. Their job, as they see it, is to protect me from squandering my money, and you folks have a flag on you, and I am no longer invisible, but have my own flag on me, and that is the end of that.
All of my future banking activities with the RBC will be monitored. I am permitted to spend and give my money freely, provided it is on projects and people who are flag-free and meet with the approval my watchdog, who is the nice branch manager of my bank. Perhaps I will buy myself a Lamborghini. I’m sure they would allow this.
It makes no difference to the bank that I have just opened my American investment portfolio to them and proved that I do have this money to spare. It makes no difference that I am aware that what you’re working on is emerging technology that may or may not emerge, and that it could be a flash in the pan and fizzle, and that, in spite of this, I would like to send some money your way and see what you can do with it.
It makes no difference that I am satisfied as to your integrity and your good intentions. Nothing makes a bit of difference.
I asked the branch manager, at the end of our chat, “How do you think I can get this money, or any amount of money, to these people in a way that would satisfy both the bank’s interests and my own?”
He could only lean back in his chair and shrug his shoulders. I feel no rancour towards him. He’s just doing his job. It’s not his fault that you have a flag on you. And I feel no rancour towards the bank. If I were to move my money to any other respectable bank, they would find the same flags.
“You might try a Payday Loans place,” he said to me, “and see if they have a Western Union that can do something for you with cash.” I’m going to check this out tomorrow. – Wihelmina –
p.s. Theresa’s garden is an oasis. I’ve put on a sweater and am sitting outside on my patio to eat the sliced chicken breast and coleslaw I brought home from Thrifty’s. The thick Virginia creeper in the trellis above me is turning red and the late-afternoon sun filters through and makes shifting patterns of light and leaf-shadow on the flagstones. A hidden crow is yacking from the old walnut tree at the back corner of the house, and the homebound city traffic rushes by beyond the high front hedge.
It is still a beautiful world and I am still glad to be alive in it.
Dear Reader, I wrote a note to Val somewhere in the middle of this mess that I didn’t send to her because I didn’t want to get her down, but it’s been eating away at me, and I’m now going to tell you what I remember of it.
I had a phone call from someone on the ‘potentially-fraudulent-recipient review board’. I think of her as the RBC ‘tough’. She was a tough bird. We hadn’t been talking long before she backed me up against the wall and brought out the rubber hose and laid it on me. Were the Robitaille’s personal friends of mine? How well do I know them? How long have I known them? Where did I meet them? It was not a conversation we were having, it was an interrogation, and I was the one sitting in the hot-seat. I bumbled around for a bit and then I caught on to her game.
I asked her, “What is it that the bank knows about the Robitaille’s that I don’t?”
She wouldn’t tell me, not a word of it, but she did say, and her voice was rising both in volume and in pitch as she warmed to her subject, “I know their types! They sink their teeth into you and they don’t let go until they’ve milked you dry.”
This is exactly what she said. I am not making this up, folks, I’m remembering it.
To no avail did I tell her, with my own voice getting an edge to it, that I’m a person not easily milked. To no avail did I remind her that the money in question is mine, and if I choose to buy a yacht with it or if I choose to throw it on a bonfire, the choice is mine. To no avail did I tell her that the bank is supposed to be the servant and I am supposed to be the boss.
Her only reply was to tell me, point blank, that she could order a bank draft to be made out to me immediately for the entirety of my holdings with the RBC, and I was free to take my banking business elsewhere.
I surrendered then. I cowered. I grovelled. I said, “Thank you, but no thanks.”
I didn’t say it to her, but I was thinking it, and I’m saying it to you now: “I won’t be booted out in the middle of a cold and rainy night with no place to go. I will go, but I’ll go at a time of my own choosing. And I bloody well, damn well, will never – ever – be back.” – Wilhelmina –
p.s. One more time! To sum this up, what I learned from my RBC ‘tough’ is that the bank will let me use my money to buy a condo, and it will let me use it to take an extended trip around the world, but there is no way in hell it will let me use it to further the development of Free Energy technology. This burns me. Grrr!
Amen and yes! Wilhelmina, it is still a beautiful world and we are the lights of the world! I’ll not cry for me but for the collective like-minders who feel hindered at every turn. These are trying times unlike any other, I’m afraid, and new solutions are called for. We’ll figure them out as we go I guess. I’m so sorry for what you are experiencing but we’re used to it (if that’s possible).
TPTB have prevented us at every turn. We’ve had to start over 8 times in these last two years and this has left us with very little. Somehow we manage. We’ll start over 100 times if we must – we simply won’t give up. How could we and feel good about our life’s work? No, we’ll continue, knowing it will all be right in the end.
We have seen some unbelievable evil and the most marvellous good in humans during this QEG journey. We know we are under divine protection every step of the way and have been completely transparent, making our lives open to the public so THE PEOPLE could get the technology.
We are now more private, working with QEG builders and developers only – due to the troll attacks and the most awful threats – but have made quite a global impact since then by open-sourcing instructions unlike anything out there. And now we’ve begun the center in Morocco…well that’s just worth every hardship we may have endured.
FTW/QEG is in the trenches. We are the Warriors you said we are. I’m in the US to deliver a baby but when I go back to Africa I will work twice as hard to make sure those people get what they need to survive. Starvation and homelessness are my two biggest missions – take care of basic needs first, then educate.
So my dear friend, don’t let them bully you at the bank (we are stunned at their treatment of you) but please take care to not go to so much trouble. If they would have done an honest search they would have seen how many people around the world are building QEGs successfully and how much we are loved for what we’ve already done and continue to do.
But they didn’t do an honest search and the trolls are paid to get and keep their crap up there. (The worst of them is now under investigation for the very thing he falsely and viciously accused us of.) This has hurt us but there’s not much we can do about it. We remain in faith that we’ll be provided for and the technology, which is already unstoppable, will see great growth in the next 10 years for the info that’s already available.
My real concern is that our freedoms are more externally controlled than we thought when we cannot use our own money as we see fit.
Our lovely friends, Jim and Susan, are coming for a visit this weekend to test their new healing product on us. It’s called BEMER technology. Germany has been using it in their hospitals with great success for 17 years but of course no one has heard of it in the cabal US. So I’m excited to try it. It helps the body’s capillaries to detox and re-oxygenate. I’ll have a webinar about it on October 20th. Be at Peace ~ Val
12:15 am. Dear Val. I’ve become a player in the Free Energy game. Me – Little Mrs. Nobody! My bank has me in a choker-hold. Not only does it refuse to let me send you money, even so much as a plugged nickel, but it also refuses to tell me why, and to tell me what flags you have on you or how dark they are. And what I’m going to do about it is lie here like a whipped dog and lick my wounds, because I’m smart enough to know that I’m beating my head against a brick wall and this will get me nothing but a headache.
I’m sorry, Val. I’m very sorry. I’m sorry for you, and I’m sorry for me, and I’m sorry for the sorry state of my lovely world. I wish you well. – Wilhelmina –
5:45 am. Val, I am going to try to publish a little ebook! The title is going to be FREE ENERGY and the QEG. I’m curious to find out if the trolls have you muzzled as well as locked into a money-proof box. By golly, I am fired up! I might not succeed, but I am most certainly going to try!
I have been saving our emails because I enjoy hearing the story of the people behind the emergence of Free Energy (the ‘attempted’ emergence, that is), and I’d still like to hear more of the story. I’m on to this now. I like to be learning new things, and I’m a person who likes to fiddle with words. I’m going to have a great time with this book project, you betcha. And it’s something I can do from my safe and cozy (I think it’s safe) little wormhole here in the woodwork.
I realize that I may not be the only one reading your mail, Val, and that this book may never see the light of day, but yours is the story I’ve started listening to, and I’m wanting to hear the whole of it. How about you, Val? Are you wanting to tell it to me? – Wilhelmina –
(Dear Reader. I’ve just got around to opening this email. It’s from Hope. -Wilhelmina-)
Dear Wilhelmina. First of all I just wanted to let you know that when my mom first read us your initial letter about funding our work, I was in tears. After 3 years of hard work, and all the trials and tribulations we’ve experienced as a family I finally felt like God had sent an angel to help us get this mission of ours off the ground and help loads of people who really need it.
I have been incredibly busy the last couple of weeks out in the field and working with some of the poorest people living in horrible conditions. While doing this, my mom has kept me updated on the progress so far on your end, and I want to say that I absolutely love your spirit about whole thing. In many ways it seems that you and I share a lot of the same traits as I too enjoy a challenge and have fought my way through plenty of bureaucratic messes too.
Prior to doing humanitarian and Free Energy work I worked for the state government and also in the corporate world in high-end financial positions. If anyone understands the shenanigans that a bank will put you through, it’s me. In my government job I used to help manage 810 million USD annual for the state of New York food stamp and WIC program. One time it took us 9 months to transfer money to fund the program. After something like that, I can certainly understand something like the trouble you’re having with RBC.
I follow the financial news and know that in the last couple of years, banks… and ESPECIALLY banks in countries like: USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and England, have made lots of changes to their banking regulations that most common customers don’t know about until they try to spend their own money. I won’t get into the audacious details and bore you to bits, but just know that these changes are real, and what you are going through with your bank, while it’s wrong on every level, is unfortunately what a lot of people in a situation like yours are most probably going through at this time.
I think I might be able to help and I wanted to offer a couple of options to you. First Option: I could send invoices on a regular schedule through Paypal for you to pay. We have paypal business accounts, over 12 years old and in good standing and able to receive large transactions with no flags. We called and checked and they noted it. We know that you were able to send us money through Paypal without any problems. So this gives us a good indication that we can probably continue to do it this way.
It’s important that its under 10k because anything over 10K for any single transaction anywhere, especially by a private person, is instantly flagged in the cabal banking system as fraudulent and under investigation. Guaranteed. This is probably the reason why you had so much trouble at the bank. You will have your own record automatically kept for you through your Paypal account.
I think this is the best option to begin with, since it’s manual and controlled by you, and us…AKA THE PEOPLE… not the banks.
Option 2: Wait a few months and wire it in smaller chunks to our new Morocco LLC bank account.
We are in the process of creating a legal SARL for the Fix the World Organization in Morocco. This is a limited liablity company (LLC) equivalent that is based in Morocco with its own bank account. The process takes a few weeks to get all the papers and the stamps, and all the filings and to open the bank account for it here. We started this process with our new Amazing Moroccan Accountant last week and have already received the first “level” of certification for the paperwork from the Moroccan government. This whole process should be done by the end of the year, and within one month from now at the earliest.
I still strongly suggest the Paypal option you won’t have to deal with bank headaches. Morocco banks can be a different kind of headache as we aren’t yet fluent in the language and usually have to bring a translator with us for big discussions. However, I wanted to let you know that this is in the process, so that for your own records you will know that there is a legal business entity for humanitarian technology projects to which you can give your money.
Thanks for reading through all of that. I know money and banks can be a real frustration. But I’m just so amazed at how far we’ve all come as a species.
You’ll be interested to hear that we’ve got an action plan in place to launch a project called “Light in the Darkness” to make sure people living in dark rooms get small free energy lights with the funding you are providing. Just waiting for the first installment to purchase the light equipment to demonstrate, then we go into the mountains and (anywhere else our new humanitarian association partners can take us) to find the people that need it most and change their lives. All of it will be filmed and posted publicly. Tivon has a million ideas for technology that can help, and we are talking to other inventors as well.
I want to thank you for your words Wilhelmina. They touched my heart in a way that I felt came right from the creator. I consider them my “charge” to keep doing the work that I am doing. To keep making Youtube videos, and to keep reporting back to the public that energy is a right for every human being and that it should never be metered, controlled, or kept from the people.
Bless you and your family. -Hope-
p.s. Mom asked me to gift you a subscription to FTW TV. You can view all of our shows by going to this site: http://fixtheworld.podbean.com/ and when the box pops up on a premium video use this login: (dadada):
Here’s a pic of me and Tivon in Morocco. I Hope you like it!
Hello, Hope. I love the pic of you and Tivon. I’ve got to think about this new donation plan for a bit. My bank has me in a straightjacket, and what I’m going to do for this winter is just lie low and nurture myself back to normal. I’m sorry, Naima. I’m so sorry. – Wilhelmina –
Wilhelmina. No dear, it’s only your bank. We get donations and do financial transactions all the time and never a problem. There is no money-proof box around us – that is part of the illusion your bank set up. And I know they told you any bank would do the same thing they’re doing but that’s simply not true. We are not blacklisted so probably not so exciting a story to tell but it’s all on the HopeGirl blog and our website. We’ve been at this 3 years.
I have more work to do and fighting off the trolls and naysayers is just too draining. I’m already drained and trying to heal so I can be of use. I’m not really up to another big challenge without resources. The QEG and all its many facets has me quite tied up in this regard.
We have a good system now selling educational materials that we worked very hard on creating, and people continue to donate because they want this. It seems like a good idea to keep pressing your bank for an explanation though. We know from the documents Snowden released what ‘they’ are doing to make sure THE PEOPLE stay enslaved. Your bank cannot give you a proper explanation for their actions, that is why they won’t.
We’re clean. But you know that. I wonder if you’re even getting my emails. I don’t have anything to go on that you are. I’ve written a few and Hope has written to you too. Hugs, Val
Hello Val. My RBC Branch Manager phoned me again, after yet another meeting to apprise him of my secure financial position and my intention to spread my surplus money around into projects that are green and promote the healing of the planet.
He tells me he has conferred once again with the RBC ‘tough’ and that the bank’s position regarding my spending restrictions remains the same.
I do not harbour ill will against these RBC people. They’re trying to do their jobs well and they’re following policy guidelines. So is the RBC. What I think is that this business, if I were able to dig into it, would lead me beyond the banks and deep into troll territory. – Wilhelmina –
p.s. I am in the process of setting up a blog on WordPress. I have also scissored your banking information and your address and phone number into tiny bits and spread them through three separate garbage bags in my kitchen.
p.s.s. Theresa calls my place her Earth Suite. The side where my tiny living room opens through the French doors to my patio is at ground level, but my bedroom, on the opposite side of the house, is buried as deep as my chest. When I get out of bed these days, since our fall rains have begun, and I put my nose to the screen before I slide the window closed, I get a whiff of the cool, woodsy smells rising from the damp earth, and of the thick mat of brown bits of cedar branches that have been shed by the neighbour’s tree where it leans in close over Theresa’s high, solid fence of weathered board. Mmmm! Smells even better than breakfast bacon on the fry!
Hello, Val. Will you please tell Naima that I’m in hibernation for the remainder of this year, but that, sometime next year, I will try once again to slip past the never-sleeping watchdog that now has its eye on me, and I will see if I can send you some money.
One day in Asheville NC, when I was at the cancer clinic with Gerry, I saw a sketch of a great blue heron that was in the process of swallowing a frog. The frog’s head was in the heron’s mouth, but the frog’s skinny little arms were stretched forward, and his hands were wringing the heron’s neck. The words below the sketch were ‘Never Give Up!” I’m not giving up!
In the meantime, I am putting my $120,000 USD into my Mommycare fund, an investment program I set up in Lori’s name last year, that she can draw on for my end-of-life expenses. The money is now sitting idle in the RBC and I can’t send it back where it came from. In the Mommycare fund it will make Lori a handsome return, largely on fossil fuels, energy and financials. Hmmm. How’s that for irony? – Wilhelmina –
Dearest Wilhelmina, I choose to trust the whole process, as that is the only way I’ve gotten as far as I have at this kind of work. I trust you to do whatever you feel in your heart, to lie low or try something different… either way is fine with us as this work is a divine calling.
Something interesting happened today I thought you’d love to know about. Through a colleague, I was introduced to a group in Tanzania Africa. One thing led to another and I suddenly realized that we found the perfect group of children who live in darkness and need a simple energy solution. After 7pm it gets dark and they don’t have any light at all inside.
They literally fell right into my lap, complete with a person who runs their orphanage. We talked for hours. So this to me, is a sign from God that our mission still remains… that we will get power to people like this. And nothing will stop us. No banks, no false accusations. This is bigger than all of that. I still believe in the good in this world and our ability to make a difference in ways that matter.
Bless you dear friend. I wish you the best in your situation, and look forward to hearing more from you in the future. All our love, -Hope
Dear Val, CAN YOU HELP ME? COULD YOU? WOULD YOU? You, Val, or you, HopeGirl, or maybe you, Dear Reader, whoever or wherever you are, who happens to be reading this right now. I could use a hand.
I haven’t a clue how to connect with the people who might be wanting to hear about Free Energy. I don’t do Facebook. I don’t Twitter or Tweet or Text. I do no social networking of any kind and I don’t have a circle of acquaintances with Free Energy interests.
What I’m trying to say is that I feel my little story could become a Free Energy flag. I can sew the flag, but I have no idea how to get it up and flying. Could you tell your friends about my flag?
I can imagine what it looks like. In my mind, it’s more of a banner than a flag. The background is white – white for purity of intention and white for peace. A wide, sparkling border is gold for love. And the bold QEG symbol in the center is as blue as the sky that sheaths and shelters our beautiful world.
For me, my imaginary flag stands for hope – the hope of Free Energy for every person in the world, and the hope of abundance for all of us, and the hope of the healing of the planet, and the hope of universal peace.
My personal hope is that you’ll raise this flag for me, and you will all hold it up together, so high that the winds of change that are now blowing will set it snapping and popping like crazy. I wish you well. I wish you all well. – Wilhelmina –
p.s. There’s more to this Free Energy story, but I haven’t heard it yet. I’m hoping to hear more of your story, Val, and then to publish our emails into a little book that a person can get through Amazon or wherever. When I say get, I mean buy. Probably for less than the price of my Grande decaff at Starbucks. That’s enough to start lighting up the world with Free Energy, don’t you think? One light-bulb at a time?
If my tiny book makes it past the trolls,
the name of it will be
FREE ENERGY and the QEG