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Indigo Ribbon Ballons

November is Indigo Ribbon Month

It’s that time of the year again, Indigo Ribbon Month is almost upon us, and it’s time for Targeted Individuals everywhere to unite, and raise awareness to the plight of Targeted Individuals, and the issues relating to the items faced by targets everywhere.

Every year we encourage targets to either light an indigo candle, or create a quilt affiliated with their plight, to aid with raising awareness. We also encourage Targets to create their own unique campaigns around the globe.

In recent years the campaigns have really taken off, and we hope to feature some of those campaigns, and initiatives on this website, along with updated quilts, and hopes and prayers for those Targeted.

Indigo Ribbon Day : November 23, 2012.

Indigo Ballons

This year for Indigo Ribbon Month, keep an eye out for them. This year the theme is Indigo Ballons, all across the city that you are located, keep an eye out for the Indigo Ballons. They are supporting Targeted Individuals, and they are coming to a city near you.

Taking Part

To take part, just visit your local party store, and you can purchase some plain indigo ballons, to take part. Blow them up yourself, or fill it with helium, and then release them, or carry them around. I am hoping to encourage a legitimate release of Indigo Ballons, on you guessed it, Indigo Ribbon Day. November 23 keep an eye out for those, bright, beautiful, ballons of hope. It’s your time. It’s your day.

White Ballons

Whit Ballons with Targeted Individuals, or Indigo Ribbon written on the ballons are also fully acceptable if you are unable to find or locate Indigo Ballons, but most party stores, or local malls, even dollar stores might have something similar.

As long as you are out there raising awareness, and getting the message out that is what really counts.
For more details, please visit the original site, or the twitter site.

October 24, 2012 - Posted by | Gang Stalking | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Lets trade stories

    Comment by jennifer | December 2, 2012 | Reply

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