Gifting 3: Water Gifting.

Gifting is the practice of placing orgonite at strategic locations in the environment to reduce or eliminate the harmful energies around us and restore the etheric balance to the area.

This usually results in clear air and water, improved weather (bluer skies, healthier cloud formations and reduced drought conditions) and a more natural atmosphere.

Healthy environment

 Gifting 3: Water Gifting.

 Water has an affinity with orgone energy and gifting water often results in enhanced effects.

Healthy water

No special orgonite is necessary for water gifting as regular TBs work well even in the sea.

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Gifting 2: Gridding.

Gifting is the practice of placing orgonite at strategic locations in the environment to reduce or eliminate the harmful energies around us and restore the etheric balance to the area.

This usually results in clear air and water, improved weather (bluer skies, healthier cloud formations and reduced drought conditions) and a more natural atmosphere.

Healthy environment

Gifting 2: Gridding.

Once the Towers and other major sources of electromagnetic radiation have been taken care of; the atmosphere in the area should lighten greatly.

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Gifting 1: Towers.

Gifting is the practice of placing orgonite at strategic locations in the environment to reduce or eliminate the harmful energies around us and restore the etheric balance to the area.

This usually results in clear air and water, improved weather (bluer skies, healthier cloud formations and reduced drought conditions) and a more natural atmosphere.

Healthy environment

 Gifting 1. Towers.

 Having made some Tower Busters (TBs) we can now use them to reduce the electromagnetic radiation in our target area.

For maximum efficiency; they should be placed as clos as is practicable to the source of the problem.

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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.

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Making Orgonite.

We have looked at the three materials used in tactical orgonite and now we will learn how to combine them in a simple and practical manner. We will be making a Tower Buster (TB) which is a more or less ‘standard’ size (around 5cm diameter and perhaps 3cm thick). 1. TB standard The name ‘Tower Buster’ derives from its primary use which is to convert the negative energy from a single telecommunications tower into positive orgone. First we need to select a suitable mould in which to cast the TB. 2. TB mould I like to use cheap plastic moulds such as may be used to sell individual portions of jelly in at the supermarket. Others prefer to use the multiple trays of cup-cake moulds. One may also use an aluminium soft-drink can cut in half. A glass may also be used. Remember that the resin can become quite hot during the curing process due to the catalytic reaction and may melt some plastics. Resin shrinks slightly when cured and will free itself from most smooth-sided moulds without the need of a release-agent. We will place the dry materials in the mould first and pour the resin in last. When the resin has filled all spaces between the metal and resin; it will form a flat surface just above the metal shavings. Resin without shavings in is not orgonite. Shavings without resin around them is also not orgonite. Only the parts of the TB that form an approximately 50/50 mix of resin and metal shavings (plus crystal, of course) will work as orgonite. We will be combining the materials in the mould with this in mind. First we will put in the crystal pieces as it is more difficult to form a flat surface with them sitting on top of the shavings. 3.Mould + Crystal Then we will put in enough metal shavings to form slightly less than the required thickness of the TB. The shavings should form a flat and level surface. 4. Mould + Crystal + Shavings If your metal shavings contain a proportion of larger pieces that may be difficult to form into a flat surface; place some of these in the mould first and sprinkle some finer shavings on top. The finer shavings will fall into the spaces between the larger pieces of metal and finally form a flat layer to the ingredients in the mould. They will also help to achieve the required 50/50 mix of metal and resin. Next we will pour some resin into a mixing jug; put the required proportion of catalyst in and mix it thoroughly. 5. Resin Jug Catalyst The catalysed resin is then poured onto the mould.

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Materials of Orgonite 3 (Crystals).

Orgonite is made from three basic materials.

Metal shavings (a conductive material) bound in and separated by resin (a non-conductive material).

These materials are best combined in equal parts (by volume).

Natural crystalline stone interacts with these materials to produce the electrostriction effect that greatly enhances the transmutation poterntial of the compound.

TB Tutorial Eng2

Now we will take a look at the Crystal material that is used in Orgonite.

Crystals grow naturally in the ground and often form clusters similar to this one:

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Materials of Orgonite 2 (Resin)

Orgonite is made from three basic materials.

Metal shavings (a conductive material) bound in and separated by resin (a non-conductive material).

These materials are best combined in equal parts (by volume).

Natural crystalline stone interacts with these materials to produce the electrostriction effect that greatly enhances the transmutation poterntial of the compound.

TB Tutorial Eng2

In this article; we will be looking at Resin.

Polyester Resin is used for making fiberglass amongst other things and is a practical choice for making orgonite too.

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Materials of Orgonite 1 (metal shavings).

Orgonite is made from three basic materials.

Metal shavings (a conductive material) bound in and separated by Resin (a non-conductive material).

These materials are best combined in equal parts (by volume).

Natural crystalline stone interacts with these materials to produce the electrostriction effect that greatly enhances the transmutation poterntial of the compound.

TB Tutorial Eng2

We will first be taking a look at the Metal Shavings.

Shavings head

Metal of many kinds can be used in orgonite: Steel, copper, aluminium, brass etc will all have a similar effect when combined with resin and crystal in the correct proportions.

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Orgonite Dodecahedron Tutorial.

I read a post by Laozu on the Etheric Research forum http://www.ethericresearch.com/archiv/applications/tbplatonicsolids.pdf where he shares his observations on the Dodecahedron.

It seems that if a TB is placed at each of the 20 vertices;  a strong positive etheric field is created inside the Dodecahedron and water can be successfully charged.

This is the first Orgonite Dodec’ that I built from 12 short collars of plastic pipe:

00. Duodec paralon

I posted this photo on the Indonesian orgonite forums and was asked if I would compile a tutorial for a larger version that would charge a standard 1.5 liter bottle of mineral water.

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Sylphs

When I first heard about Sylphs and saw a few photographs of them; I dismissed the idea as just more New Age delusion.

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 Sylphs were said to be etheric beings that had come to help us and assure us that the World would never again be ruled by the Forces of Darkness (they looked like nothing more than wispy clouds to me).

 It was only when I noticed that they didn’t move with the wind as normal clouds do, that I began to observe them more closely.

 I saw that they would hold one position for long periods of time; sometimes changing their orientation or altitude but remaining very much the same shape.

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