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Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Thu Jul 08, 2010 2:14 am
 
Lady Catherine and young Antoinette…. excellent and inspiring….just love them.
Steve..thankyou for your Bovis readings…just as inspiring..
Pulled my super cone out yesterday…bit rough in places, but will be able to incorperate
these as attributes when painted….Used a bit over 20 kg…whole bag and a bit..
It’s heavy…I can pick up a 20kg bag easily…but this cone weighs a ton…wouldn’t want
to carry it too far..Ha Ha…..It sits drying within arms length of my computer…talk about strong orgone field !!
I can feel myself glowing…Ha .. then just for an extra occassional treat, I’ll rest my hand on the apex..
The tingle is instant but the energy goes straight to my forehead….if you know what I mean..!
It seems to be getting stronger as it dries….Synergy of twelve stones plus the big lemurians , etc seems to
have been a good call…..
Just need to work out how to post photos from photobucket account now.
monsoon gecko
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby Spirit Walker on Thu Jul 08, 2010 8:41 am
 
 
Thanks Monsoon!!! My daughter has suffered from depression and some other serious emotional issues, so her embracing these creations the way that she has is both very heart warming and encouraging. I can feel their energy without even trying now, and just as you mention, it seems to get stronger as the piece dries out, at least to my senses. These seem to be broadcasting on a very high frequency/vibration…. To be honest, the more of them I can get her to paint and keep in her room, the better!!!! LOL πŸ™‚ Her emotional well being really seems to have improved since I started making these, there is a joy about having them around that is uncanny. She was a little embarrassed I took the pics and put them up, after she had seen what Catherine made, but I kept telling her that there is no wrong, there is no bad, when you open your heart to allowing the beauty to flow outwards into a design. I love the sound of your latest, please see if you can post a pic when you get a chance, I would love to “feel” it too!!!!! πŸ™‚
Thank you so much Steve!!! It really helps to get a unbiased reading on what we are making. Your readings helped me to confirm my inner tickle. What I have learned is I just can’t always change things to make the inner Tony happy with his wild delight in “improving” upon things… πŸ™‚ So putting sand in does make it stronger, but there is a limit to how much sand should be added into the mix ratio it feels like.
The blessing in all of this is seeing those Bovis readings, and accepting that my paradigm has shifted again, in allowing even more unknown ways to work with energy to manifest in something so wonderfully easy and fun to make.
Tony
Spirit Walker
 
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Sun Jul 11, 2010 3:56 am
 
G’day all. still can’t post photos but I guess this is the next best

 


 



Also used copper powder, beach sand and a heap of other gems…the synergy of 12 is in top
1/3 of cone… being first giant cone , I wanted to give it “the best”….good fantasy anyway ,, ha ha
Dare I ask for a Bovis reading ?
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Sun Jul 11, 2010 12:30 pm
Oh wow!! This high power beauty, I love love it, that giant will broadcast the entire continent of Australia, totally awesome, are you going to paint some of your beautiful water color on it?
Love your ute
josh
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby Steve on Sun Jul 11, 2010 1:57 pm
I’m getting about 465,000 on that one MG, nice work!
Steve
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby Spirit Walker on Sun Jul 11, 2010 2:32 pm
Hey Monsoon,
Wow! I had looked at the photos before seeing Steve’s bovis reading on it, and thought that had to be a mega mother… LOL πŸ™‚ Awesome!!! I love the selection that you put into it as well, great choices! I’ve got some of the “ites” type, like the moldavite, and that has a very, very high frequency, and the tektite too.
Shoot, bet New Zealand and Singapore will benefit from that baby broadcasting!!! πŸ™‚
Tony
Spirit Walker
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby Steve on Sun Jul 11, 2010 2:56 pm
Just observing/recieving the energy from your piece MG my head is buzzing!
Steve
 
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby monsoon gecko on Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:00 pm
This is great news….a ripper eh. This one gets paint job…not water colour though..prabably acrylic .
Next one decorated with long long extension cord…. Of course the beauty of this is that it can be made
anytime, anywhere…..have traffic cone, will travel. etc
Thanks guys…
One week of school holidays left…. then look out kids ! ..we’re gunna get Plastered…ha
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby sacred on Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:46 pm
you’ve been busy, MG! πŸ™‚
very nice cone, btw .. look forward to seeing it after its paint job .. πŸ™‚
Re: Plaster orgonite
Postby josh on Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:56 pm
 
I just finish pouring Plasterite, after having done a good bit of it for a few months, this is where I am for my proportions
4 gallons of dry plaster
5 cups of sand
3 gallons of water
One cup of sea salt mixed with the water
Always add the plaster to the water.
It will be much easy to do half of the recipe because that quantity gave me a full 5 gallon bucket, and it was VERY HEAVY, how ever this is what you need to pour a large traffic cone
As everything is mixing (I use a drill and a paint thingy that goes on the drill) I put in about one quart (one liter) of very small sea shell 3/16″ to 1/4″ long, I feel that it help moving the energies in a perfect Phi.
When I first started adding salt, I thought it had to be a great deal more, but it look like one cup (250ml +_) is enough
The plaster, as you mix it, will look very liquid, dont be fooled, it will start hardening quickly even in your mix bucket, so get everything prepare in advance before you start mixing
A soon as you pour your plaster in your mold you must be ready to add what ever you want to add, crystals, various stones, herbs etc…
Now dont get any gray hair if you find your self with some plaster left over in your mixing bucket, it will get hard, then in your next batch, you simply add it to the mix, no waste
Happy stirring
Josh