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Re: Plaster orgonite

by josh on Sun Jun 20, 2010 10:34 am

Thank you Tony
This is quite a mix a look like a recipe for something to eat, it reminded me that in the early days of Orgonite Don Croft would put hot pepper in his Orgonite, so as a good follower I did as well, he may still do it for all I know.
Yesterday I also poured three devices, one of them is a safety street cone (big red thing) and this took one 25 lb bags, and also two very beautiful large and tall glass vases, both of them were filled with cracks within minutes of filling with the Plaster, I do not know why, may be very cheap glass, anyway both also took one 25 lb bags, I de molded the rubber cone late last night, and I will do the glass in the next hour
I shall take pictures and post :D :D

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Sun Jun 20, 2010 7:33 pm

Here are some new pictures of yesterday’s pouring of cones and some other older ” creations” :lol:
The large cones are 27″ tall
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby orgone donor on Mon Jun 21, 2010 5:51 am

All the plaster pics look really great. Am going to try some plaster orgone when my crystals arrive. (also the plaster appeals more to my budget !!)
Question: will painting the plaster piece have an effect on the energy? I was thinking they would look really cool painted with sparkly rainbow coloured paints, but if the energy is optimal without paint, I will leave them be.
Also, do you still put in main quartz like with resin orgonite, with the positive terminated end pointing upwards?
One more: I don’t have any copper powder yet, would it be okay to mix in some fine bronze shavings in the plaster mix instead? .
PS. My first ever resin orgonite TBs are curing right now. the journey has begun. :D
orgone donor

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:28 am

Good one Orgone Donor….that’s excellent news, just keep making more….you’ll
be surprised at how quickly they get used up gifting…friends , places , towers,
swarf suppiers, lecturers….ha, ha ..etc.
Questions,,,not sure.. I like an upright quartz in the middle, but at school, kids just
throw in a little hermiker…still seems to work ok.
Apparently , works without metal powder too…will leave those up to Josh to answer.Let the gifting begin….enjoy !
monsoon gecko

Re: Plaster orgonite Ice Test

Postby josh on Mon Jun 21, 2010 12:45 pm

Here are the photographic results of the Ice Test with Plasterite after 12 hours in the freezer last night as well as pictures of frozen water in control jar without Plasterite
The ice cone formation is obvious….as well as the tip rising on top…..with the Plasterite covered jar
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Ordinary ” landscape” of frozen water in the control jar after 12 hours in the freezer…..
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josh

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:13 pm

The plasterite that I make will not stay as shown my lady has already decided to paint them and have landscape pictures on them so yes paint them how ever you want, but no metallic paint.
AS far as the metal when I use some in it is a small amount such as a pinch of copper powder for a gallon volume, but lately I have not put any to see what would happen.
There is something of worth that was told me by Spirit Walker, if we can verify this it would show why Plasterite is working; what he said was that we probably have a gazillion microscopic air bubbles in the Plasterite, and that would translate into an infinite amount of resonant cavities :shock: :o :lol: :lol: :lol:
That is big, we shall see, I will have to break a piece and look with a microscope, I think I have one that I can hook up to my computer, given to me by a long ago friend
As soon as we have painted pieces I shall post them
josh

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Fri Jun 25, 2010 10:12 am

I’ve now got about 10 pieces made from the plaster, and OH MY GOD, I love them!!!!! :) I was handling my 1st attempt last night to check on the shellac job I did on it the night before (needs more, sucked it right into the plaster, can’t even tell there is shellac on it!), and just holding it and feeling it’s energy, I burst out giggling! LOL A very high, joyous energy is coming out of that little puppy!!! By palming (meaning using my palm as a sensor to measure the energy output), I could define a field extending almost 12 feet from it, and this piece was made in a small glass tumbler, so it is not big. The more I became sensitized to the energy, the more uplifted I felt from being inundated with it!!
Still lots of playing to do this weekend with making more, the pieces my kids made came out fantastic as well, especially the large dolphin mold that my daughter used!!! She has some paint to decorate it as well, and is planning on many more pieces now. The blessing for me in this is that my daughter has been challenged with serious emotional issues over the last few years, and seeing her respond to the energy these creations produce is very heart warming and encouraging to me as her father. I truly believe that LOVE can manifest in a myriad of ways, and that working with these diverse elements to create/attract/broadcast Life Force Energy is a sacred and joyous undertaking.
AHO!!
Tony
Spirit Walker

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Fri Jun 25, 2010 9:10 pm

This Plasterite cone got the ” treatment” from my lady :D
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josh

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Fri Jun 25, 2010 10:09 pm

Wow! That piece should be in an art gallery. Nice Work!
Steve

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:18 pm

:D :D :D :D That piece is 18″ tall and sings very nicely, next come the 27″ will shall see what she will do with it, Steve this is so easy make some and see how it feel, guaranty you will like it…..and the way it broadcast :o :o :o :o :o
josh