I have been leaning toward smaller shells in order to have the greatest quantity of resonant chambers, but I'm definitely not the expert here, maybe that's not the way to go... It occurs to me that maybe size of the resonant chambers may affect the range of the device... Should I look for larger ones? Thoughts, anyone? Thanks for any input, Linda
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I love your questioning, Linda! I don't have an answer to your question, but I love to hear all your thinking outside the square ...
Depending on the size of the shell you may have one or two chambers, on the large shells you will have one in the bottom and one on the top, on the small one, 1/4" to one inch you likely will have one at the end. When I use the small shells, I put them in the same bucket with the plaster the sand and the water and stir everything together, so with the mixing motion the shells are partially filled with the Plasterite, but never completely, at the end of each shell there is always a small amount of air trapped, that gives your resonant chamber. Within the Plasterite we already have a gazillion of resonant chambers in the structure of the Plasterite in it self, what we are doing with the shells is giving the energies a spin in a perfect Phi ratio, making it go further. When you fill a large shell after everything cures, I have found the energies come out of the small end Make sense? Josh
Thank you Josh , Yes it does make sense; Maybe that's the doorway to its functions outside of this dimension. I'll have to get a big shell in here and try that. Have you ever wrapped an electrical cord around Plasterite in Mobius fashion, like a Succor Punch? I wonder if that would increase the range of the device... Thank you Josh, for being here and helping other people like me to get started. It's turning into an idea farm around here. I love it Have a Great Day, Linda