Making a Cell Phone Button.

Orgonite converts the negative energy from electronic devices into positive orgone.

These days the most hazardous electronic device in common usage is the Cell Phone.

It produces high levels of microwave radiation whenever it sends or receives a signal; making it dangerous to carry and hold against your head.

However hard the cell phone industry strives to hide the facts; many independent studies have shown a direct link between cell phone use and brain tumors, birth defects, testicular and ovarian cancer.

 Orgonite offers the only way of forestalling these problems in the form of a ‘cell phone button’ that can be easily made and attached to the back of a mobile telephone; rendering it both safe and comfortable to use.

 You will need an ice cube tray:

1. Mal es

Mix a little resin and catalyst and pour a few drops into each section of the tray:

2. Tetes resin

Before the resin cures; tilt the tray left and right so the resin forms a thin surface on the bottom of the mould.

Pour out any surplus and leave it to cure thoroughly.

3. Mering mal 4

This layer gives a shiny surface to the cell phone button which will greatly improve its appearance.

Next put in a sprinkling of crushed crystal:

4. Isi kristal

Cover the crystal with a layer of fine aluminium shavings and tap them down to form a flat surface.

5. Isi logam

Mix a little more resin and catalyst and pour enough into each section to just cover the aluminium shavings.

6. Isi resin

When they are thoroughly cured; tap them free of the tray.

Use sandpaper to flatten the back surface of the button and use double-sided sticky tape to attach it to your cell phone.

7. Hamplas selesai



Admin BG blog.

10 Responses to “Making a Cell Phone Button.”

  1. andy Says:

    Could you explain pls how aluminium and crystals prevent emf damage?

  2. admin Says:

    Hi Andy.

    Orgonite was discovered in the mid 80s yet until now; no scientific explanation has been attempted.
    People have relied on subjective impressions or empirical evidence which has had to suffice for the time being.

    We are currently investigating the matter in greater detail in order to put the whole thing on a more solid footing but we aren’t there yet.

    The current thinking is that the spiral forms of the metal shavings when bound in an insulating material (resin) work as a mass of electrical inductors which convert the EM energy in the area into heat.
    This process is greatly enhanced by the addition of crystalline material which facilitates the electrostriction effect (often mistaken for its converse; the piezoelectric effect).

    In this way; harmful electromagnetic and microwave energies (that would otherwise serve to cause cancers etc) are eliminated from the area leaving the environment to return to its naturally positive state.

    If proven; it will be the case that all orgonite works in this way.

    All the best.

    Admin BG blog.

  3. Michele Says:

    What kind of crystal do you use? Where can I obtain crushed crystal?


  4. admin Says:

    Good question but one whichis answered in the topic Materials of Orgonite 3:
    Any natural crystaline material will work fine as its primary function is to neutralise the ambient electromagnetic radiation by means of electro-striction.
    See also How Orgonite Works:

    Quartz stone is a common material in nature and may be found in rivers or on beaches.
    It isn’t used much in daily life so may be difficult to find in high street shops but it is sometimes sold in aquarium stores as fish-tank ornaments.
    Most natural crystal has a shiny surface when broken and will scratch glass.

    BC blog.

  5. Bulgaria Says:

    Using quartz sand (not too fine, not too coarse) and iron and steel shavings does not provide significant attentuation of the GSM signal. My EMF detector is crappy as well, but it does detect EMF fields for sure. It is hard to say if the signal loses strength, but for sure it does not lose 90%…
    Will replicate the original receipt and will write you again :)

  6. Ali Vanhese Says:

    I stumbled across this site as I was looking for info about cell phone radiation. I found this very interesting. I may even try to make my own Organite cell phone button, thanks for sharing this.

  7. Suz Says:

    Hi, Dan -

    I might have missed something, and I’m wondering about your take on iron oxide and sand as a viable alternative or addition to crushed quartz and aluminum shavings.

    Do you ever use iron oxide and sand . . . like in a TB or HHG? I’m looking for a way to have strong orgonite that has sufficient metal and crystal in a compact package . . . like pendants.

    Thank you for your time,

  8. admin Says:

    Hi Suz.

    Basically the metal/resin matrix works as a mass of inductors (conductive spirals each individually insulated) that draw in the ambient EMR.
    The crystal component neutralises the EMR by means of electrostriction; a natural quality of all crystals.

    Iron Oxide is not spiral form and so would not work for the inductor matrix.
    The Sand may display electrostriction qualities if it is Silica or Crystal sand.

    I make Cell Phone buttons which are small and compact but remain capable of neutralising all the EMR from a Cell Phone.
    I use fine spiral-form metal shavings with crushed crystal pieces.

    All the best.
    Admin. BG blog.

  9. Stephen Says:

    G’day Dan ….I have made hundreds of these phone buttons using your techniques with great results…people are so headaches, no pain where they carry their phone , no head or phone heating up….they are just fantastic… I especially love the pre-glazing technique and use such in 90% of my orgonite these days to give a glass finish……In my orgonite workshops and that FB page, I’m happy to share your great Baligifter site and techniques

    So mate…..just a line to say a huge thankyou
    Many people have benefitted

    Cheers from Australia !

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