The Induction Cloudbuster was developed by Virgil Grenier.
It uses no terminated crystals in the pipes but a crystal-rich orgonite matrix for the base.
The pipes themselves need to be insulated from the orgonite base that surrounds them.
As the pipes aren’t needed to house large crystals; they can be of a narrower gauge.
These narrower pipes can sit more closely together and a smaller quantity of orgonite can be used for the ICB base.
This one uses just 2 kilograms of orgonite and half-inch aluminium pipes making it the most economical CB on the planet.
This one cost me just $15.00 to make from all new materials and yet it is every bit as powerful as a $250.00 Croft CB.
To make one yourself you’ll need:
A cylindrical mould about 15cm in diameter and about 12cm tall.
Enough TB-grade metal shavings to fill it.
About a quarter of a kilo of broken quartz chips.
Two kilos of polyester resin + catalyst.
Six two meter aluminium pipes about half an inch in diameter.
A small piece of 3mm plywood or similar for the bottom spacer and something rather more weatherproof for the top spacer (I used a bit of stiff rubber matting).
Masking tape and duct tape.
Here’s how to put them together:
Get your plastic mould.
Mark out the plywood like this for the bottom spacer:
The spacer should sit comfortably inside the bottom of your mould and the holes should be adjusted to allow about 1cm between the pipes and the walls of the mould.
Next; prepare your six pipes.
Tightly seal the bottom end of each with masking tape so that the resin doesn’t leak in while you’re casting the base.
Insulate the bottom 15cm of the pipes with a layer of duct tape.
Assemble the pipes in the bottom spacer.
Then fit the top spacer.
Cast a centimeter or so of orgonite in the bottom of your mould.
When it’s cured; stand the assembled pipes and spacers in the middle of the mould.
Stabilise the structure by tying it to the back of a chair or similar and adjust it to vertical with the aid of a plumb-line.
You are now ready to cast the remainder of the orgonite base.
Fill the mould with metal shavings, crystal chips and catalysed resin.
When the resin has cured; remove the mould and your ICB is operational.