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Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby nepipemi on Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:37 pm

Hey Bluegum,
that is an awesome looking device. What did you use for a mold?
What were your initial impressions of the ambient energy levels after installing it?
blessings,
Nepi
nepipemi

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby josh on Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:05 pm

Hello Bluegum
Since broadcasting have you noticed more blue sky and magnificent clouds, over here it made such a difference, they still spray, but it is a joke anymore, it is gone in a short time, and since we are broadcasting the whole grid giving so much life to the clouds, it could be, it just could be….that the whole chem soup is changing into a wonderful fertilizer for nature, I don’t know how to prove this, but if we are reversing the spin of the soup it will become a good thing at best and a neutral compound at worst , so we are doing good regardless :D :D
josh

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby Steve on Sat Jun 12, 2010 10:50 pm

Hooked my CB to the grid after dowsing that it would serve better that way. Saw amazing blue skies, beautiful cumulous clouds, and some much needed rain today. Sylphs appeared over our house after hooking up the CB to the grid. :D

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Blessings
Steve

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Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby nepipemi on Sun Jun 13, 2010 12:11 am

Wow, I never imagined that a CB would be better utilized. Steve dowsed my CB at a pretty average bovis level so maybe I’d be wise to consider the same thing. I am still trying to figure out a method to dowse bovis. :cry: Where is Indigo Wolf when you need him? (only because he was a newbie that learned really fast, just keen on discovering his method).
Is that silicone lubricant in your photos the same stuff used for a belt dressing?
This plaster orgonite reminds of an art project I did in high school. We molded plaster into a milk carton then carved the block of plaster into shapes. I made a hand giving the peace sign. Man, how cool would that have been to have crystals and stones embedded into that hand!
nepipemi

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby monsoon gecko on Sun Jun 13, 2010 1:15 am

Hi Nepi… The silicone lube is for metal , rubber,,,not leather …don’t bother to even use it on small pieces. Glass and silicone moulds. for Tb’s and Hhg,s
Just wanted to be sure that big plaster came out.
@ Steve….great work….great photos and info, CB broadcaster must pack some punch.
Thanks.
monsoon gecko

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby josh on Sun Jun 13, 2010 7:50 am

This is good, I believe I am going to do the same with a Cloud Booster I have in the mountain, It did good for a little while, may be 30 to 40 days, but not much more, no mater how big I made my CB the Chemsoup came back.
Actually I have so much hooked up to the grid now, it may be best to give this CB for another location for broadcasting
Thank you Steve, this is taking a large step toward more blue sky :D
j
josh

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby Steve on Sun Jun 13, 2010 3:49 pm

Day three with the CB hooked up to the grid. Feels and looks like “hyper-reality” to me.
Blessings
Steve
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Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby nepipemi on Sun Jun 13, 2010 5:00 pm

Oh, not that kind of belt, like an alternator belt in a car. We have some belt dressing and I think it is silicone. I’ve never had any luck with lubricants.
nepipemi

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby josh on Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:17 pm

Nepi, I use to have problems with lubricants until I spoke to Mark at US composite, very pleasant person, he advise me to get some car wax and wax the mold that I was going to use and then put lubricant on it, ever since I have had no problem, for pieces with a bad attitude, I let them cool and put them in the freezer over night.
These pictures of the cloud nation have been an every day event here with us for over two month, ever since we started the Broadcasting, so if your clouds are like these please post so we can see and rejoice, if not, make a broadcaster, resin or plaster and you will have blue sky
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Josh

Re: Broadcaster on the Electricity Grid

Postby Steve on Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:33 pm

Wow! Now those are some luscious clouds Josh! Good work!
Steve