Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

Forums Technique Forum Josh Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #210
    AvatarEK
    Keymaster

    Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

    Postby Lightning on Sat Aug 14, 2010 3:49 pm

    Anybody know of a reason why these should not be used as the metal component of Orgonite? Or be put into Plasterite?
    Thanks,
    Linda
    PS: Don’t be shy. Speak your truth, please…

    Re: Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

    Postby sacred on Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:06 am

    Image
    maybe if you pillowed them and gave them a new intention … a new ‘target’ :?: … they’d be cool … :?:there’d be crystals that would compliment that vibration, too …
    maybe you could make a small one and suss out the energy, and decide from there if it felt ‘good’ or not-so-good …
    but bear in mind I’m new to orgonite making, not having made a single piece of it yet … but I’m getting more familiar with the energy … ;)
    just thought I’d give you my personal thoughts … :)
    Linda

    Re: Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

    Postby monsoon gecko on Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:02 am

    Yo….never used them myself..hard to find over here…need license to own gun and buy ammo, even air gun.
    Seen plenty photos of orgonite with them…look good all lined up. Suggest use other swarf in layers along with BB’s.
    monsoon gecko

    Re: Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

    Postby Lightning on Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:37 pm

    Thank you both for your responses, Monsoon Gecko and Linda,
    The more discussion we have, IMHO the more congruent the picture becomes of how far the effects of Orgonite and/or Plasterite may reach.
    Linda, I wasn’t even thinking of that about a beebee! :o Yikes!! But thank you for bringing it up.
    In my own thinking, a beebee isn’t a seeking-target thing, in and of itself- it’s the human hand that pulls the trigger that can be the problem. The beebee is just a bead without the hole for me. And it’s a *heavy* bead. I want that weight to offset all these glorious, light-as-a-feather Gold Leaf-type components I keep coming up with.
    Lol, I meant my question in terms of the beebee’s metal components, zinc and carbon steel.
    Like, any reason I should think twice about using Zinc?
    Any reason I should think twice about using Carbon Steel?
    I can’t think of any, but maybe someone else can who knows more about making these things…
    However, after your input I have already re-intentioned the “target-type thoughtform”, should it be necessary, as “energy-which-needs-transmuting-sniffers”. Thank you for helping my vision become more comprehensive :-).
    Hey Monsoon Gecko, there are other sizes of the same thing (beebees) sold here as slingshot fodder; I am curious, can you get that kind of stuff where you are, or not? Actually, ball bearings for a wheel or an axle would be the same shape, and probably at least an equivalent spectrum of weight, too.
    I also like the way the round pieces look, especially grouped into the tops of pyramids. I’m working on a way to get them into a spiral…
    Thank you both for your good input :-).
    Namaste,
    Linda

    Re: Zinc-Plated Carbon Steel Beebee’s ???

    Postby sacred on Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:13 pm

    Lightning wrote:In my own thinking, a beebee isn’t a seeking-target thing, in and of itself- it’s the human hand that pulls the trigger that can be the problem.

    I understand the neutrality of the beebee itself, but felt it was made with the intention of being used to be shot at something … glad my way of perceiving it helped you in some way …

    Lightning wrote:Lol, I meant my question in terms of the beebee’s metal components, zinc and carbon steel.

    that’s a question for the boys … or someone more familiar with those elements … I’m not clued up on those … yet … ;)

    Lightning wrote:I’m working on a way to get them into a spiral…

    sounds like a good idea, design-wise … :)

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • .