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Josh FYI

Postby Lightning on Sun Sep 26, 2010 5:17 pm

Well Linda I do not know why your computer is crashing, I have not heard of anyone having this problem with the forum, have you tried to look at the forum with another computer? and see if it does the same.

Thank you Josh, I think I got it-
I had picked up a Trojan Horse from an old dead website on paramagnetic dust :lol: .
For some reason, it only hung up there, and here.
Now I’ve got rid of it.
Thank you again Josh :oops: , sorry to bother (breathing sigh of relief).
Washte,
Linda :?

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby SandAndSun on Sun Sep 26, 2010 11:54 pm

:o :D :lol: :lol: :lol:
Well… sign me in for the TP co as well… as the small piece is drying up… It has some vitamins, sea salt, some beads, small crystal, green color is from spirullina and some castor oil… No lub for the mold :)
Will see in a day probably what will come of it… :)
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Mon Sep 27, 2010 8:52 am

Is this a large salad bowl?, I love to use those, I have made large Orgonite dome with these (while Catherine was not looking), I did not have to practice to hard to look dumb when she said “what happen to my salad bowl, have you seen it ?” “no dear, I have no idea”… they do make nice pieces, Orgonite or Plasterite.j
josh

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby SandAndSun on Mon Sep 27, 2010 12:35 pm

josh, what a great idea, i will do that too with salad bouls :) This one is a small semi-shpere mold simillar to this : http://www.culinarykitchenware.com/hemi … -oz-1.html
:)
SandAndSun

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Mon Oct 11, 2010 11:22 pm

Hi Guys,
Just wanted to share it’s been about 4 months since I recieved the large plasterite cone from Josh (with Catherine’s amazing art work) along with a small hhg size cone. I have them both wrapped with elec cord and plugged into the grid. Vegas remains clear and chemtrail free for the most part. They have tried a few times to white out the city but it clears rather quickly. Overall vibe of the city remains high in spite of having the highest foreclosure rate in the nation! :D
Blessings
Steve

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:00 pm

Here is ” PEACE ” :D Hope it radiates to the infinite :lol:
Enjoy
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:10 pm

Josh, that is beautiful! well done, Catherine! :)
must find myself a traffic cone and get the plasterite materials …. sand, pillowed crystal water, plaster and prayer, right? I’m slowly making my way through the old posts to get the picture …
EDIT: Josh, in an earlier post in this thread you’ve said “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” …. do you break it up and mix it in with the new slurry, or just drop in the chunks of dry plaster?

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:35 pm

Oh yes I recycle every pieces that do not get use, if the piece is large enough, such as this cone I will put in large pieces , I have no waste what so ever, you can break the larger chunk into small, but you dont have to do that, what I have found is the broken pieces would be dry and wants to float on top like a cork, but within a minute or two the plaster is hard enough where as the pieces pushed down will not be coming back up
As far a getting a large cone, ask Stephen He shall tell you how to obtain one of those
To stand that cone up to pour can be a challenge, I use one of those heavy cardboard tube that is used in concrete work, they are called “quick tube, or building forms”, construction folks put them in the ground and pour concrete in it so to have like a round column in the earth without the concrete going all over the place, have the store cut it just a few inches longer than the confiscated cone, and sit your cone in it upside down.
At the end of your cone put a few layers of duck tape
You do not have to use any release agent with the cone
When your cone is poured, wait couple of hours, then carefully lay it down and turn it right side up, and leave like this, It has been my experience that the Plasterite will fall out of the cone all by it self after a day or two
Plaster, sand, pillowed water and intents is all you need, try not to have that piece near your sleeping quarters, you will be so energized that you will not sleep, so keep it at a distance, but that may not even do it………..oh well couple of sleepless nights, no problem
Good luck with your beautiful project, if you need help, do not forget to call Stephen at 2 AM in the morning, that way you are sure to get his full attention :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
Josh

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:12 pm

Ha ha ha ,, yes . cones seem to be found just sitting around on side of the road.
Sometimes there’s whole row of them !
Failing that, council depot might be able to help.
Swap them for orgonite gift ?
Got to go , off to work…..bring on the weekend ! !
monsoon gecko

Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Thu Oct 14, 2010 7:49 pm

josh wrote:… if you need help, do not forget to call Stephen at 2 AM in the morning, that way you are sure to get his full attention :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

don’t put wicked ideas like that in my head, Josh …. I’ve already made such phone calls to a native friend in the US to remind him to get up and pee! :lol:
needless to say, he returned the ‘favour’ one morning … :D
have you two been talking to each other? :P
I’ll have to keep my eyes open for a cone looking for a new home ….. :D
not being a driver, it’s a slower process for me to get the materials together, but once I get the bits and pieces, watch out! :D
another question, Tony mentioned “charged water (3 minutes in blender on high, w/rare earth mags opposite each other, source bottled spring water)” …
first question, is it beneficial to put the water in the blender?
and earth magnets … I don’t understand … nor do I understand paramagnetic earth … is that like rock dust?
where would I find earth magnets or paramagnetic earth?
does it make enough of a difference, or is keeping it simple just as good … I tend to go for the latter, especially to start with, but I also like to get things ‘right’ .. :)