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Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:14 pm
Yo Josh….what a buzz. ! A new technique that works…in fact PUMPS. !
Got plastered and made 3 Hhg’s yesterday.
One in s/steel pyramid, large glass martini and cylinder plastic takeaway away container.
It was quite a wet mix…crystals sank to bottom…even thought it wouldn’t harden…..poured
off half cm of water that accumulated on top of moulds during hardening.
Sprayed silicon release in the pyramid and martini…all came out smoothly.Poured into another
glass and a ceramic bowl with no release agent <and no crystals ><made too much plaster > and
they came out perfectly too. <will make great pavement chalk at school Ha. >
The important thing here is , I can use all of my normal moulds safely…glass, silicone and s/steel !
Even the giant glass vase for a plaster Broadcaster.!
I must share with you my energy sensitivity…Right fom the very first Tb;s , I could feel the orgone
field. My best desciption is like a spiritual pressure to my forehead…third eye ?
I have made many devices since and each new one takes some getting used too. eg. Cb’s ,standard
and induction type..114 and underground cloud buster UCB , peacemaker PM. The last 3, I discovered on
Etheric Research Forum. I couldn’t go near the 114 for a couple of days….even brought first helicopter. !
Next was the Broadcaster and now Plaster Orgonite…I can’t believe the energy given off by these
plaster Hhg’s….very powerful orgone field…and I can make them anywhere ,anytime.
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:44 pm
I used quite a few crystals and minerals…most from previous ebay purchases., mainly strung chip beads.
The list includes : lapis lazuli. sodalite, tourmaline, kyanite, ruby chips, mica flakes, tiger eye, amethyst,
rose quartz .garnet, sugalite, hematite, forrest agate, and turquoise. Also , included was a chunky 1 inch +
smokey lemurian quartz point.
I have spent half a day hammering the rest of my stones.< of course I’ve Kept a few. >. This is for two reasons.
1. Apparently. smaller pieces and powdered work better . so now largest broken pieces 5mm.
2. I’ll be making Hhg’s with school students this week in my favourite teacup size glass moulds..actually old punchbowl set !
I want to preserve my resources. I know what kids are like…they’ll want to use more than is necessary. so this way they are limited to a pinch or two of each sample…..unbelieveable…I’m actually looking forward to going to work..Ha ha ha .
Well the spiritual pressure is still there today, though not as intense…guess I’m getting used to this strong new orgone field ! !
Thankyou Josh for sharing this new technique……OUTSTANDING !
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:48 pm
Oh , forgot to use copper powder…must remember to take to school….even stronger ? Ha..should be interesting !
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:37 am
Thank you Monsoon, this is a wonderful report, it will be interesting to see what the children will do, let us hope many people pick up on the idea of making cheap, easy and powerful Orgonite 😀 😀 😀 😀
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Sun Jun 06, 2010 7:01 am
I am getting ready to make a cloud booster using a single 4 inch copper pipe in the middle, I will have to keep it under cover, though shellac woks nice on the plaster, I dont think it will work for too long in the elements
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby nepipemi on Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:34 pm
Oh god, this is awesome, MG! Thanks for the write up.
Regarding your sensitivity, have you ever made or been around sugar orgonite? What does it feel like comparatively?
Also, Josh, I know might defeat a couple purposes of the plaster method, but what about coating the outside of the plaster CB with resin or epoxy to weatherproof it?
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Sun Jun 06, 2010 4:20 pm
I shall try a coat of epoxy and see what happen
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Sun Jun 06, 2010 7:02 pm
Hi Nepipemi…Never considered sugar orgonite,,,have read about it couple of times ,but info wasn’t clear,
on construction and methods….closest I’ve been was munching on a toffee apple ! Ha ha
I have some brown and black oxides buried away somewhere from old pottery days…..these were used to paint,
colour, patterns on unfired pottery pieces….I’ll take to school so kids can decorate there plaster Hhg’s…should
look great and add their own personal touch.
Shellac….natural substance ? From memory I used this to French polish a wooden jewelery box at school. Came out with glass an A…but that was 40 odd years ago. Is this the stuff that comes in flakes and you dissolve with something ?
Can,t remember . How many coats? Also , how long after making does plaster take to be dry enough to shellac ?
The paper my Hhg’s are sitting on still seems damp. I have 2 days with students so looks like not enough time to dry,
paint and shellac .
More info appreciated… Thanks
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:36 pm
Hello MG
The shellac drys in a minute, the first coat will disappear quickly in the dried plaster, and to see the shine you will have to coat it about thee times.
The shellac is natural, it is made with bugs 😮 , I like it since it dry so fast, it will come in different weight, called 30 lb or 40 lb cut, and this has to do with the amount of dissolved bug material in a solvent, I have not seen it in powder form to be dissolved, all I can get is the already prepared mixture.
So You should be able to get the children to use it, also if it is hot where you are, by the time you finish the second side of your HHG, the first one will be dry, so basically you can shellac the whole device and keep on going for a second coat without stoping.
I am most interested in what the children will say 😀 😀 😀
IMPORTANT: after you use brushes with shellac, it will clean spotless with ammonia, even if you forget a brush and do it the day after
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:57 pm
Forgot; depending on the size of your plaster pieces the drying time will vary , some of the larger one : cone 8 inches in bottom 3 inches at the top and 18 inches tall will take a week to dry before shellac, an HHG may take a day or two depending how hot the environement. this may be the only draw back with the plaster, you can demold them rather quickly (much quicker than resin), but it will stay moist for a while, but the results in the quality of the energies is worth the wait 😮 😮