Re: welcome by ceegee on Thu May 27, 2010 7:59 pm
Hi Josh, thank you for this wonderful opportunity to hold space for the orgonite makers and their wonderful ideas
Re: welcome by josh on Thu May 27, 2010 9:33 pm
You are welcome, It is time to post about the different ways to make Orgonite, so as soon as we have a few people on board we shall start.
Re: welcome by bluegum on Thu May 27, 2010 10:55 pm
Hey Josh, good work getting this going so soon.
May this forum become a hotbed of inventive and powerful orgone designs, testing and gifting ideas. I don’t make orgone myself but have been a field tester for new designs, particularly those made by Stephen (Monsoon Gecko).
The only problem with a closed mind…
…is that you only learn the truth after you’ve become a victim of it.
Re: welcome by Gifter on Fri May 28, 2010 7:08 am
Morning Josh Love your pillows!! Thanks for the invite, I am not much for forums, but always have a open mind to learn and try new and better things to cleanse the earth.
Re: welcome by josh on Fri May 28, 2010 8:08 am
Hello Gifter, hello Bluegum Why dont we start by making Orgonite a whole lot easier than what we have been doing : no metal, and no resin , this is an idea that come from a gent from Germany, he is making Orgonite with only plaster and stones, some crystals and lots of other stones: garnet, peridot, amazonite……..what ever stones feels good to you, in his mix he had about a dozen different stones. I have made plenty of plaster Orgonite ( anyone have a name for it ? may be plasterite?) the feel is very good from the report of sensitive peoples. It is easy to make, take a mold and put a bit of fat in it for release, mix your plaster (I put in a wee bit more water so to be very liquid) pour in your mold and add your stones……….thats it!!!, now I have found that by putting in it a tablespoon of powdered copper per gallon of plaster will increase the energy coming out of it, but by it self it will do fine.
Plaster is most inexpensive No smell
No sticky mess
The only thing is that you will not be able to do is put it outside, unless it is under cover, I always put
a few coats of shellac on mines and it stay in good shape.
I also found that by crushing the crystals I get a better dispersion of the stones and better output.
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Re: welcome by Gifter on Fri May 28, 2010 10:47 am
Josh my Friend
This sounds wonderful, because one of the things keeping me from making more than I already have is the cost of resin. Question? Can a guy still use metal in the mix? Why I ask is during the winter I can’t pour so I cut up with tin snips, copper ,stainless and aluminum. Have 6-5 gallon pails for my summer pours. I would guess if A guy wanted to put it in water or in the elements outside you could put it into a
plastic sack or as you stated coat it with something. How would you go about making a CB with the plaster? I am sure I’ll have more questions later,got to run. Gifter
Re: welcome by josh on Fri May 28, 2010 12:56 pm
As far as a CB (Cloud Booster) is concerned I have found a most wonderful way to create a blue sky
(on the same principle of the original Broacaster).
Make a plaster piece, it can be as big as you like, put some shellac on it, for ease of cleaning, leave it
inside your house, and wrap an electric cord around it, (get a inexpensive cord 20 feet long) wrap it (
dowsed 7 times) and plug a small light into it, night light, salt lamp or a string of Christmas light or
Repeat this procedure as many time as you can in your home,the more you do, the more Orgone is
going into the power grid.
Oh I forgot, If you want to put a little metal in your plaster you can put in couple tablespoon of
copper sulfate, it is really fine and add good color, or any metal oxides to add variety of colors and
happiness to the pieces and to your home
This can be a fun thing to do with the children since plaster is harmless, let them use any type and
shape of molds they wish (soap molds, cookie molds, any natural vessel ).
Let’ s make ” Plasterite” a part of our environment and have it diffuse a powerful yet gentle type of
Orgone energy throughout the grid and throughout our homes.
Pictures wil be posted soon…
Re: welcome by josh on Fri May 28, 2010 9:55 pm
By the way, I have made many CBs, even one with a 35 gallons base an 8 inches tube over 10 feet long, but never has the sky stayed so blue for so long as when I started doing the broadcaster, this is
valid in every country where it was done Josh
Re: welcome by monsoon gecko on Fri May 28, 2010 10:08 pm
Yo Josh….plaster and stones ?
This doesn’t sound right….isn’t it just a DOR collector?
How does the conversion of DOR to POR work ?
Is a quartz point used and if so, does the plaster have
a shrinkage to create the piezo electric affect ?
Look forward to more info and pictures.
Thanks and best regards.