The Slim Spurling Project: Preservation and Restoration in the Gulf of Mexico after the BP Oil Spill (2010) Using the Light-Life Tools


The 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill is recognized as the worst oil spill in U.S. history. Within days of the April 20, 2010 explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico that killed 11 people, remote underwater cameras revealed the BP pipe was leaking oil and gas onto the ocean floor about 42 miles off the coast of Louisiana. By the time the well was capped on July 15, 2010 (87 days later), an estimated 4.9 million barrels of oil had leaked into the Gulf. Immediately after the explosion, workers from BP and Transocean (owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig), and many government agencies tried to control the spread of the oil to beaches and other coastal ecosystems using floating booms to contain surface oil and chemical oil dispersants to break it down underwater.

Additionally, numerous scientists and researchers descended on the Gulf region to gather data. Researchers are still trying to understand the spill and its impact on marine life, the Gulf coast, and human communities. As of 2013, three years after the spill, the Gulf is still not oil free. Source:

Project Overview

At Light-Life Technology, we are very concerned about the disastrous long-term effects of the Gulf oil spill, specifically on the coastal areas of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi. We partnered with our clients and distributors to combine our available resources to minimize the devastation that this disaster has brought. We truly believe that when we join forces, we will make a difference.

To that end, we started “The Slim Spurling Project: Preservation and Restoration in the Gulf of Mexico” with the support of our clients as well as Dr. Ginger Bowler, Ph.D, Th.D, who is a native of Louisiana and currently lives in Colorado. She is the President of Energy Events Global which hosts educational programs in the field of Energy Medicine.

Pendulum dowsing was used to choose which Light-Life Tools would be part of the project, and to locate strategic areas for Harmonizer placement. The project goals were to not only minimize the effects of the Gulf spill, but also to divert future hurricanes. Bowler was able to identify people in the afflicted areas and in late June 2010, Light-Life Tools (valued at $40,000+) were sent to these stewards, including our Matrix 22 Light-Life Harmonizer in the Louisiana cities: Baton Rouge, LaPlace, Grand Isle, Houma, Cut Off, Cypremort Point, and in the Texas city of Corpus Christi.
We also sent a Light-Life Harmonizer specifically to Destin, FL to help divert hurricanes so they would not hit that area.

Project Results

Hurricanes were observed moving back out into the ocean before they even come close to the rig again. Mainstream media reported that improvements in the Gulf were caused solely by oil-eating microbes; however, we did receive confirmed reports from gifted clairvoyants that our Light-Life Tools have helped bring the oil back to its molecular level – this may have been why the microbes were able to eat the oil. It appears that Light-Life Tools had a significant part in reducing the amount of oil in the Gulf. We ask all of you to keep focusing your intentions on preserving and restoring the Gulf of Mexico – it is reported to be working. For more information about the project and ways to use your Light-Life Tools to continue preserving and restoring the Gulf of Mexico, click on the videos below (produced by