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Re: Plaster orgonite
by Atma on Sun May 30, 2010 7:18 pm
 
This has interested me since I saw it posted on warriormatrix. I will give it a go soon to test it out myself. So does the plaster create pressure when cured on the crystals?? Guess HTML does’nt work here… how do we post pics Josh? Is it possible??
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Atma
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Sun May 30, 2010 8:37 pm
Yes it is possible, being a brand new site we are still polishing everything, I am going to see the web person on Tuesday and hopefully that picture problem should be resolve.
As far as the pressure on the crystals, this piezoelectric effect is getting too much press, and I feel that it is way over rated, the way Orgonite work is this;
It work just like a condenser: 2 pieces of metals with insulation in between, apply a charge, electrons get stuck/stored in between the metal within the insulator, in the condenser the metal is continuous and can be wired to receive and discharge, in the Orgonite the metal are totally self powered, receiving their charges from any EMFs in the surrendering area and sending back this EMF transformed into QI or life energy.
The metals in the condensers are a long strip, in the Orgonite they are small independent particles
The insulator in the condensers are a long strip of insulating material, in the Orgonite it is the resin that is acting as insulation
The crystals focus and amplify
In the plaster, the jury is still out, with the little that I know I do not see how it work, but I must submit to the overwhelming results: it work!!
As with other devises, I have found that we can produce this life energy without the metal and without the resin.
Good luck with your experiments
Josh
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
by Gifter on Wed Jun 02, 2010 8:49 am
Hi Josh
Wanted to try the plaster ,went to the hardware store ,4 lbs for $6.99 gosh that was high priced. Tried Wally World ,8 lbs for $5.88 now that was more like it.
Anyway was excited to get something made. Read the mixing ratio’s, come up with this is simple 1 water 2 plaster. Came up with the amount I needed and started mixing up a batch.
To make a long story short ,when I came up with the pancake type thickness I was ready to pour, went to pour and it was already thickened up where it wouldn’t pour so I added a little water to thin it out , and more water,and more water and still had to spoon it out into the mold , moved it around in the mold even adding more water to get it thin enough to add what I wanted into the matrix.
I made 3 different pours and my results were the same. Is their some secret on how to mix this stuff up without it going nuts on me???
I poured this Sunday afternoon and its still mushy ,looks like in a couple more days it might be ready to take out of the molds, if it hardens at all??
Need some pointers on how to mix this plaster stuff ??
For whatever its worth, I asked a very gifted person about the use of the plaster, answer was Great . The Gemstones,coils,crystals or whatever you put into the mix is what makes it work. That is why just plain wall board isn’t a generator of energy by itself. And yes plaster is just selenite .
Gifter
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:05 am
OK Gifter, what I have found with the plaster is that you must be fast, and I always add a little more water then what is called for, if the mix require one quart of water I will add one cup extra.
Mix it quickly, put it in the mold, halfway put some stones, pour the rest and add the rest of the stones. Do not wait, as soon as it is mix: pour it; I have had plenty of false start myself   AS a rule it seems to harden within 10 to 20 minutes, and there is also a bit of heat generated, but not that much.
I get my plaster from one of the two Home Depot or Lows, and I am paying $27 for 25 lb, I am certain that if I go to a construction supplier I will find it in 50lb bags for not much at all.
josh
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
by Gifter on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:15 am
Thanks Josh
Will be much faster than before. So 8 lbs for $5.88 is a cheap price ( 24 lbs would be $17.64)( 32 lbs be $23.52).
So will what I made already,will it harden or is it all hopeless??
Thanks Again
Gifter
Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:47 am
No not hopeless, if you have put your stones in it, you can take your failed plaster and put it in a bucket of water, it will dissolve and you can salvage your stones, Yes you found a good price, I will look around for larger quantities, and see, but so fare you did good at wally mart
josh
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:56 am
I just found this on line:
http://www.idealtruevalue.com/servlet/the-38762/Detail
50 LB, Bag, Diamond Interior Finish Plaster, UPC: 0 81099 00109 3.
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I Think there may be some hardware stores around here that would have that, $ 7.25 for 50 lb wow
josh
Re: Plaster orgonite
by nepipemi on Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:23 am
What is the difference between plaster of Paris and interior finish plaster?
nepipemi
Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:18 am
I think one may be finer than the other but I shall enquirer…………….I called the White House…. they had no idea
j
Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:39 am
Another one:
http://www.idealtruevalue.com/servlet/Categories
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