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    Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby monsoon gecko on Tue Jun 15, 2010 6:35 am

    Guess I’m spoilt, We see those healthy cumulus and cumulonimbus storm clouds all the time in the “build up” and
    wet seasons all the time. Good to see you’ve got them too ! The lightning shows here, are amazing…sometimes scarey !
    What a pleasant surprise to see you on OrgonizeAustralia, Josh and Nepi…Thankyou
    Today unexpected call out to my favourite school…last week of term ,. We made more plaster orgonite !…senior class
    took a junior class…instructed and made..very efficient..I just sat back…ha ha . Another lot of homes gifted. !
    Broadcaster questions,
    I’ve recently seen many broadcaster models lately, both big and small, that don’t use the bucket of salt water.
    The 3 broadcasters operating in Darwin, Palmerston and rural <at my place > all operate on the salt water model.
    I believe they changed our seasonal weather for a couple of weeks…rain in dry season..very abnormal..new records !
    1. So how necessary is the bucket of salt water..how does it work ?……induction ?
    2. How important is the mass of broadcaster ? Will all sizes work equally ?
    I note this concept is not a new one. ref ..hooten. Coiling a cord around matrix looks alot safer !
    My plaster broadcaster should be up and running in a week….still damp,
    Can a large resin broadcaster work efficently without water ?…. I think people would trial it more readily, less
    mucking around.
    Interested in the mechanics..theory.. to help promote concept…ha ha ..I know it works , already…just trying
    to clarify my thinking…Thanks
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    Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby josh on Tue Jun 15, 2010 12:22 pm

    Gosh MG you are right those clouds look almost scary, I must say that I have never seen clouds with that much presence and life….. it look like they are saying : “now you try to mess with me and see what happen”. :lol: :lol:
    At the same time that I was introducing the Broadcaster on WM I also was trying to change to name of the CBs to that of a CLOUD BOOSTER, and the change might have created a new paradigm for the entire cloud nation, this was the idea of my lady Catherine.
    As far as the salt water; I like it I think it work and I have been using it for many years, but you are totally correct about the ‘mucking’ there are folks that use the broadcaster without salt water with excellent results, and at this time I am telling everyone to do it dry, just make a few more coils around.
    On the old forum, I remember this Hooten gent, thats a long time ago, before 2005 :o , You know I am quite certain that someone somewhere has though of doing this broadcasting idea, the important thing is that we do it since it appear to be working better than anything so far.
    This past three weeks I have been doing this double broadcasting : on a long extension cord, wrap a small devise near the male side, make sure you have 10 or 15 feet of free wire and then wrap another small devise, if the cord is long enough, you can do another 10 feet of free wire and install another devise, so this is what you will have, (now for this idea I use small Orgonite such as the pendant I sent you)
    10 feet (3 or 4 meter) 10 feet ( 3or4 meter)
    ———————X————————————————–X———————————————————-X——————–
    Male…………..device……………………………………device……………………………………………device…………..female
    side side
    Just passing the wire across the device will not do near enough, wrapping is necessary
    Here I have so many devices wrapped up: big, small, Orgonite, plasterite, it would be difficult to say , this or that
    is working best :roll: :roll:
    Now I am giving devices to people to put in their home, I even buy the extension cord for them, lot easier than going to find all of the nefarious places all over the country side
    josh
    MG I think we may see the light at the end of the tunnel, and this time I dont think it is a train :D :D
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    Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby nepipemi on Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:57 pm

    think we may see the light at the end of the tunnel, and this time I dont think it is a train

    yeah, it’s more like a one eyed monkey on a motorcycle with a clown wig.
    :lol:
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    Ok, I’ll shut up now, couldn’t resist.

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     Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby josh on Tue Jun 15, 2010 10:21 pm

    Now now madame Nepi :D :D
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    Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby nepipemi on Sat Jun 19, 2010 7:24 am

    My ‘BC’ has been hooked up since April of this year. Here are some pics I took 2 days ago. They are trying their damnedest to steal my blue sky.
    See the pretty normal clouds with the crud above them.
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    That day, I decided it was time to pour another BC. The next day, no crud! :D :D
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    Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby josh on Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:21 am

    Nepi , good work, have you noticed that even with their hard try at “whiting out” the clouds are there, before they would spray and nothing was there to stop them, and now the clouds are making those trails go away quickly :D :D
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    Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

    Postby josh on Wed Jul 07, 2010 11:00 pm

    And now I have taken all of my Orgonite Broadcasters off line, and only use my Plasterite devices as broadcasters, and the sky is magnificent, will post more clouds pictures soon, I feel that we are broadcasting a much higher frequency with the plasterite
    josh
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