Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby monsoon gecko » Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:57 am

After chat with Josh and success with plasterite, here’s some orgonite trials to share.
Beach sand feels more like it creeps up on you when held….then really gets a tingle up…
Pendulum… both sand and quartz models set clockwise spin , easily beyond the circumference of
the piece being tested…………mmmm…..looking promising !!
Yo…..anyone , please give, offer Bovis reading ! ….appreciated regardless result… I’m still learning !
First photo shows 6 copper top sand model Tb’s…no crystals at all…… the rest , standard Tb;s with quartz point
and chunk of tourmaline added.Image 

Next is close up , then next very close up…..Tb’s got a heaped teaspoon of beach sand each.


The last is Hhg martini glass size… This one has 4, 5, maybe 6 teaspoons of beachsand…no other crystals.


Bovis reading anyone….VERY curious…
Thanks and regards, ….Stephen

monsoon gecko

Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby Steve » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:28 pm

I’m getting about 75,000 on the copper TBs, 44,000 on the standard ones, 160,000 Bovis on the HHG. Nice looking pieces Monsoon.


Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby Lightning » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:48 pm

Oh how cool.

I’m glad you made those Monsoon, they’re great! And thank you for the readings too, Steve :) .

:arrow: Ya know, Monsoon, it would be interesting to have countertops made of that in the kitchen (Sorry I couldn’t help it :mrgreen: ), you could probably turn out some great faux granite and start a new trend in kitchen decor, Paramagnetic Countertops to charge your food while you make it, what do you think? :mrgreen:

Ref the sand, I have been collecting beach sand from specific beaches for use in Orgonite and Plasterite.

Part of my intention is to use the sand as a structural link to the specific beach from which it came. I think this would be useful for instance, in the Gulf oil spill areas. Lots of silica, lots of different minerals in it from the shells and all…




Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby Steve » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:08 am … ertops.php I bet they could custom make whatever you want.


Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby monsoon gecko » Sun Nov 14, 2010 3:19 am

Firstly…thanks for the heads up on sand sustitute for quartz, Josh….and what a surprise !

Steve….you beauty…the Bovis readings are great confirmation.. I’m particularly surprised
at the difference in the Tb readings…combo of sand and copper top very interesting.
Perhaps the copper top more conductive than the steel ? or is it the sand more active than quartz ?
I think I’ll make some more trials with identical swarf.. the only difference being the sand and quartz.

Great info on treehugger link…I imagined going beyond benchtops…how about wall panels
incorporating metal swarf and beachsand…mmm

Lightning, trouble with benchtops is resin scratches easy and I wouldn’t want to cut food up on it,
but surely a product is available for tough finish……………great idea on collecting different sands
for specific areas…sure earth spirits would like working with local materials…ha ha

Mini Benchtop ? ha ha…………nah..,just another photo opportunity ..!


monsoon gecko

Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby josh » Sun Nov 14, 2010 5:18 am

My goodness, Stephen, if we post the effect of the sand, rather than using crystals on David Icke, we shall start WW3 :lol: :lol: :lol:

Better yet , why not post this on Warrior Matrix :twisted: :twisted:

I have done that for a while while now, using the beach sand, within other kind of devices, with great success….I wanted to make sure I was not the only one.

I am looking at nature and seeing all has it has to offer, as well as simplifying the Orgone producing devices, I think to replace the crystals with sand is a large step to that affect, and at least I am no longer crushing crystals, that really did not feel good.

The energy of the beach sand, I am certain, comes from its constant exposure to sun light, thousands of years worth
And darn it its FREE
Now I cannot see my self trying to dowse each grain of sand to know what end go where :? ,

Some four weeks ago I made a 27″ tall cone with plaster and a Pillow mixture (about 2 gallon of it), and I thought it was a total failure since it appear to crumble easily, so it was just laying around in the back yard. Two days ago I decided to stand it up in the garden.
Today those parasites spray chem soup all over, the sky was a sickly whitish murky goo, and above the place a very large blue hole, all day they would came and the spray just vanished as it got near the blue hole , all day long…it was fun to watch :D :D
I must see if I can make this plaster a bit more stable, with all those herbs inside I dont think it will last long in the weather. Well it will last as long as it wants to, when it is gone I’ll just make another one


Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby monsoon gecko » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:02 pm

Wow…I just love the Life Pillow…every day !
… that much pillow material in cone must have been oustanding !
When you see amazing confirmations of techniques…such a blessing !
I bet you couldn’t wipe smile of gratitude off your face all day…ha hammm…appropriate photo ? mmm…maybe this one !
Haven’t got many hole in cloud shots…but sylphs always welcome ! 


monsoon gecko

Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby monsoon gecko » Sat Dec 04, 2010 3:41 am

G’day all……here’s the next lot of teacup Hhg’s.
The ones in front with little brass beads in the top have heaped teaspoon of beachsand…no quartz,.
The row behind…copper top too, have only quartz point…no sand.
The rows behind, all black tops have both beachsand and quartz.
All have been double dipped giving that glass finish…Please, please, Steve, can you give Bovis reading for each group ? Very curious.
I believe I will add beach sand to all pieces along with quartz while I have plenty.
Thankyou Stephen 


monsoon gecko

Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby Steve » Sat Dec 04, 2010 5:51 am

Please take this with a grain of salt Stephen: :D

Front – 43,000
Middle- 35,000
Back rows- 45,000



Re: Beach Sand substitute for Quartz ?

Postby monsoon gecko » Sat Dec 04, 2010 7:21 am

Nice one Steve…thankyou.
So appears a combination of beachsand and quartz is the way to go for powerful devices,
although beachsand certainly very energetic by itself.
Great to know…mmm…..learning curve still going up…..Ha ha
monsoon gecko

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