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devanshu

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hello to the Plaster-Orgonite-Team!

I found your stuff first thing this summer and with your info’s and the help of Timo, http://www.energiekegel.de/

I build my pieces and I wax them and drop and bury them everywhere. :/

 

  • I wondered what the cupper powder was for. 
  • How does the shellacing work in detail, please? 

 

Here is my film:
On 17th November my first cloudbuster was ready.
I used a very new way of doing it.
November 24, 2011 at 12:09 PM Flag Quote & Reply

monsoon gecko

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G’day devanshu……you have an excellent instructional video there…nice.

The shellac was suggested as a natural coating , to make cleaning easy…quick wipe over….and to seal the outer surface as it tends to go a bit powdery over time…I don’t think it makes the plaster waterproof, but does give a nice shiney surface using a few  coats.

These 3 replaces orgonite broadcasters in town...the smaller ones have been shellaced.

The copper powder was used as additive in the plaster to boost power…..pretty sure it worked to an extent , but how much , not sure.. Similarly, I used many stones and gems….Josh (orgoniteplus.net) suggested putting all those stones in a large jar of water in the sun to capture their essence, so to speak, and use the water in the plaster mix. This seemed a great idea… the same principle applied to gold or gold leaf in the water.

I recently made a couple more plaster broadcasters. The materials :

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I n the bottom left, beachshells with a quartz point, a resin life pillow puck and an orgonite which are incorporated in the mix…The large glass vase supported in a bucket of sand and a seperate container of sand with a frequency generator (orgonite powerwand) turned on through the whole curing process…….Still like to use a large quartz point, while I still have them…force of habit..But works without

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So water in the bucket first, then sprinkle in the plaster…. for every 3 cups of plaster, one cup of sand…when you see plaster sitting on the surface without sinking straight away, you are ready to stir the mix thoroughly.

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Ready to starting broadcasting the electricity grid…..an create a pleasant orgone field to boot.

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Cheers

November 26, 2011 at 7:37 AM Flag Quote & Reply

monsoon gecko

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A bit more plaster play in Wagga Wagga

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Three broadcasters cleaning the electricty grid

January 10, 2013 at 9:15 PM Flag Quote & Reply

monsoon gecko

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G’day all ….there’s been quite a few folk exploring the exciting energy of plaster orgonite of late …and a few new and innovative techniques explored

Firstly , an interesting video tutorial with great sound track too

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7WI6gu_pW0&feature=youtu.be

 

Next, I came across this vid , the author using concrete pieces ….I must say , I do not agree with most of his philosophies , but the techniques of using the Bernoulli Ring array had me fascinated and excited , …..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JcKcBuGuPQ#t=2147

 

So I knocked up a quick throw together,, using plaster orgonite techniques of course……. making the tetrahedrons in the corners of cardboard boxes…. came out rough as , but wow…surprisingly energetic ..!!!

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Then , through a Face Book group exploring plaster orgonite, I found this Vid showing how to make very smooth tetrahedron forms…used in  Bernoulli arrays…….you beauty !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXSCd9luSxY

 

Next job was to hunt down an older style plastic crate, and took to it with an angle grinder….. this gave me two tetrahedron moulds , .So after a couple of pours ,had my first Bernoulli Ring array…..WOW … now this did blow me away with energy . easily felt standing nearby…..I did a Bovis reading that spun up around the 40 million mark……Whooooa  ! now that is something !!!

Each piece weighs around 7 kilos and about 40cm across at the longest length.

The photo shows the plaster Bernoulli Ring and the two plastic moulds used with the remains of the plastic crate

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So if you are after a cheap, but extremely strong orgone device, this could be the one to have a play with

Cheers and enjoy