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Mary said:   June 23, 2016 9:24 am PST
Vibrating in L.A.! Twisted Sage! I want one (or more!) of everything! xmo

jeremy judge said:   June 24, 2014 11:14 am PST
I am beginning to see purples circles inside of themselves everywhere I see I pray for the earth and send love and light from the I am source to earth everyday! I can see very very clear visualizations!:) I am only 17 and I use the products from twisted sage combined with sungazing ! Earth is bringing great transformations very soon!

Stephanie Smith said:   October 14, 2013 7:59 am PST
I am unable to quite see it through your eyes in all my honesty. maybe it is because i am very new in this field but I will keep reading and shoot an email when I’ve one or two doubts if you do not have anything agains this? said:   January 21, 2013 3:12 pm PST
UPDATE- please re-read the instructions on the Home Page, including the asterisk** To date, there are thousands of communication tower around the world anchored into this crystalline net we call the Global Love and Gratitude Grid, as well as hundreds of water systems. This grid is not meant for electrical, but we can help you to create permanent anchorings of power plants. Please contact us for more information. ( ( (

Brian Besco said:   January 4, 2013 10:41 pm PST
Over 380 communication towers anchored into the grid. From Casper, Wy to Sioux Falls, SD. 18 community water systems, two dozen wells, and about 50 water towers anchored. Plus, we just had a facebook event yesterday, with hundreds of other unspecified anchorings from 209 participants. The facebook page, has 177 "Likes" as of today. ( ( (

ron ward said:   December 27, 2012 2:21 pm PST
what are the products? prices?

Brian Besco said:   December 26, 2012 1:58 pm PST
We also anchored seven communication towers above Hot Springs, SD, into the grid this afternoon. One more cell tower near Buffalo Gap, SD was also anchored in.

Brian Besco said:   December 26, 2012 1:56 pm PST
We began anchoring the grid with the headwaters that feed Hot Springs, South Dakota. From there, we anchored the city's pump houses into the grid.

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