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Re: Plaster orgonite
by SandAndSun on Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:51 pm
Josh, thank you! I am still a student and have a loooong way to go, but can’t deny – it’s soooo much fun
it’s interesting, but each cone seems to have a different personality, maybe it’s a shape, maybe it’s something else…
It’s amazing how quickly you get attached to them…
P.S. my cat seems to be interested in them as well, as he went and carefully checked them out…
may I also ask for a reading on these 2?
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Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Tue Aug 03, 2010 6:50 am
Hello Anna
I have dowsed your two pieces and the numbers that are coming up are very large, I hesitate to post them for fear of raising eye brows and hackles, but here it goes:
The big guy:
Vibrate on all levels, but especially strong on the Spiritual and pure spiritual,
The Bovis went pass the infinite mark
The field of affect is 4,000 miles plus
The little guy
Vibrate on all levels, but again especially very strong on the spiritual and pure spiritual levels
The Bovis went to 800 millions
And the field of affect is 2700 to 2800 miles
Those being such large numbers, I feel somewhat funny about posting this, but I have been getting those king of numbers with all of the Plasterite, may be because of it vibrating on the higher vibrational levels, and totally on the positive side of the scale.
I can say with certainty that you covering the entire state of NY and far beyond; congratulation
Re: Plaster orgonite
by SandAndSun on Tue Aug 03, 2010 8:30 am
Josh, thank you!I am speechless… is it even possible?…
Re: Plaster orgonite
by monsoon gecko on Wed Aug 04, 2010 6:57 am
Top job there SandandSun. Close up shows very interesting mottled colours,, must be all those powdered minerals/gems.
Is that a quartz point poking out the apex ? How did you do that ? Powerful units, eh !
Good one..thanks for sharing.
monsoon gecko
Re: Plaster orgonite
by Spirit Walker on Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:18 am
Love em!!!!   Excellent! I get the color change in mine too from adding extra goodies. First couple that I made I had added lots of cinnamon and even some amber powder, and got a slight mocha coloration to them. They still smell just incredible as well. My favorite at this point, after trying to refine and cut back on what I put in, is still adding Nag Champa oil into the mix. It makes the pieces smell heavenly! LOL
How did you get that crystal at the apex?? That looks to be a point or something sticking out of the big cone…. unless you were able to jam it into the cone to block that top hole, and then filled it up????   Now that would work maybe, if it was a good fit…. It’s got me thinking, I was going to pour a smaller cone one of these nights, just got too busy suddenly to use all the new materials I inherited! Thank you for the inspiration, I’ve got to figure out how I’m going to accomplish that, I’ve got some really nice quartz points I could use for that!
It “seems” there is lots happening in the world right now, from reading lots of the back end websites that talk about the “real” world. I keep praying that our contribution, the plasterite and orgonite that we all make, gift or use, is helping to move us forward into an era of peace and prosperity for all! AHO!
Spirit Walker
Re: Plaster orgonite
by SandAndSun on Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:38 am
monsoon gecko, spirit walker, Thank you!
bluish color came from the blue urethane resin dye, which I bought earlier for coloring resin pieces… I guess, that it wasn’t the right substance, as it did not dissolve completely, instead it primarily stayed on top of the mixture, but had pretty swirls to it. I would try to use some natural dyes next time…
Interestingly there was some sort of reaction, which resulted in patches of warm turquoise colors, which I absolutely love… I think that might’ve resulted from the mixture of tee tree and eucalyptus oils, which I added, as well. It seems some ingredients caused a reaction, as the pieces, specially the big guy   was very warm to the touch for more then half a day… I also added some of the minerals – chromium and zinc picolinates… Both of them have a strong cinnamon/tee tree oil smell now, as some of the herbs are exposed on the surface, patches of burgyndy red. I planned to paint them with swirls, but I am not too sure now …
The crystal point at the apex came as a pleasant surprise, as it wasn’t intended. I covered the top cone opening with the tape (probably left it loose) and the crystal sunk to the bottom of the cone and out through the opening, but still was probably supported by tape, as the plasterite did not leaked through it. I will probably cut the top opening a little wider next time, for the crystal to show even more
I also think I added too much salt, as my proportions were:
12 lb of plaster
3 liters of water
2 lb of Himalayan salt
1000 ml of sand
in any case it sparkles a lot from the salt crystals, especially when exposed to sun
thank you, everyone for this wonderful recipe and countless inspirations, and I hope it will contribute to the piece, prosperity and hormony

Re: Plaster orgonite
by josh on Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:06 am
Anna did you crush all of those crystals?,
When I look to your recipe again and again I think you must be a wonderful cook
Re: Plaster orgonite
by SandAndSun on Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:03 am
josh, thank you! crushed crystals came form the gilmerrockshop in texas: … Categories
this was my first order from them, probably a bit pricey, but very convinient, i didn’t built my own crusher yet ( i am a bit hesistant to crush the crystals myself, one day i might) … also, i wasn’t sure how much crystals/powder to put in, so i used around 1/2 teaspoon of each.
i do like to cook though   sometimes i get carried away with spices, but dishes turnout to be eatable, which is good
Re: Plaster orgonite
by Lightning on Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:58 pm
Oh how Beautiful!
A very elaborate and intricate first attempt, and excellent results vibrationally, I am sure.
I salute you   !
I am still gathering materials for my first effort- and am so impatient   !
You have done a wonderful job, I know you’ll love those pieces.
Thank you very much for posting, and please report when they’re cooked what you experience from them, OK?
Re: Plaster orgonite
by SandAndSun on Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:41 pm
Linda, thank you! it took me a while (probably close to 3 weeks) to collect all the ingredients, but I am so happy that i did it   I think you would love your pieces when you make them, i’ve had a lot of fun making them
I’ve been collecting different type of materials for few months now, so I am planning to do another batch soon, to have a matching pair
It feels really good to be around the pieces, the sky looks brighter, with not much clouds around my area, though there are almost constant overcasts now, but it clears up usually by the day’s end… Pieces totally dried up now, and look a bit frosted, from salt probably…
will be waiting for the pics to see your creations