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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby sacred on Mon Nov 08, 2010 5:41 pm

    I thought I’d already posted somewhere that the orgonite I made with the paramagnetic rock really rocks! :D
    have taken some photos, but won’t be able to get them posted up here ’til later in the week, or maybe a tad later … 
    question, Stephen …. you mentioned that you’d put Nag Champa oil in with a plasterite mix you made, and that it was quite strong …
    can you still smell it now?
    does it subside when the plasterite’s wet, and come out again when it’s drying?
    just something I wondered ….
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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby monsoon gecko on Wed Nov 10, 2010 2:00 am

    hi, Sacred..unfortuneatly, the nag champa fragrence only lasts a week of two..bit longer for bigger pieces.
    Discovered it here on this forum…Thanks whoever posted about it.
    Glad you like the paramagnetic rock chips ..next pour, I’m going to overload some Tb’s and a Hhg with it …trial. 
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    sylphs been abundant last few days.. On the weekend, created mini ley line by gifting 26 kilometers of
    Hightension power lines…1 Tb/ kilometer….next day a long thin stormline travelled same route, then veered toward powerstation….no coincidence there ! !
    Mate, this gifting caper’s addictive.. just love seeing confirmations..
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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby sacred on Wed Nov 10, 2010 8:51 pm

    monsoon gecko wrote:hi, Sacred..unfortuneatly, the nag champa fragrence only lasts a week of two..bit longer for bigger pieces.
    Discovered it here on this forum…Thanks whoever posted about it.

    buggar it doesn’t last longer …. and it doesn’t ‘resurface’ when wet ….
    and I realised the info came from someone else here days after I posted the question … :oops:

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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby monsoon gecko on Fri Dec 03, 2010 11:00 pm

    Here’s latest Christmas treat for students at school…. for them to gift as xmas presents.
    These too had nag champa as they like the fragrence..Only the teacup Hhg’s had crystals, shells
    and quartz..personal for them to keep.
    The rest only contain salt, beachsand and nag champa. 
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    Well, they are getting better at making these !
    On another note, the plaster radionic device gives the most amazing quality water.
    Really leaves a zing on the palate for some time later…..delicious..great nightcap at bed time after a few beers etc.
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    Enjoy
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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby monsoon gecko on Sat Dec 04, 2010 12:41 am

    Yo…..here’s my ice experiments with plasterite.
    Don’t know how valid it is as the freezer has had 4 orgonite pieces in it since new. However. took them out to
    try the plasterite tetrahedrons (triangle Pyramid)…they lost their points demoulding but still work fine . 
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    The ice seemed to take longer to freeze…over 24 hours…mmm.
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    This next one shows the ice split in half, just before going in bourbon and coke…ha ha
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    Enjoy
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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby sacred on Sat Dec 04, 2010 1:19 am

    awesome stuff, Stephen! you’ve been busy! 8-)
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    Re: Plaster orgonite

    Postby josh on Sat Dec 04, 2010 2:26 pm

    Stephen! good work
    I have experience the same: the water in the quart jar did not freeze even after being in the freezer for 10 hours, I use two large Plasterite TBs on each side of the jar.
    The hair/needles like structures in the water is most beautiful
    I shall post pictures as soon as I can remember how to do it :oops: :oops:
    Josh