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Old 04-11-2009, 03:15 PM   #2121
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Unless you're Tibbetan.

OK, serious question;

1) Has anyone made orgonite pannels, and if so, have they been any good against suspected attack by microwave harassment, etc.

2) Has anyone made orgone materials by getting spare carpet, and applying metalic paint to the furry side?

That might be good for mass production.
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Old 04-11-2009, 04:50 PM   #2122
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Not sure if the guys at ethericwarriors have ever seen a circular rainbow or halo before but it is nothing new.

I have seen this a few times myself in different countries.

Not saying the Orgone didn't create this but rather it happens now and again.

Here is one in Russia:
http://ukazy.astro.cz/upload/2008062..._35_46halo.jpg

Here is another:
http://www.skimountaineer.com/TR/Ima...62305-1200.jpg

And one more:
http://ukazy.astro.cz/upload/2009071...-male-halo.jpg
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Old 07-11-2009, 05:16 PM   #2123
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Glad to be back and have learned a lot while I have been offline for a few years.

You will see me from time to time on here and will continue to help when I can.

Oh yeah, on the person who needed to know about sanding of the orgone. I use
a drummel but if you put a little resin in your mold first and then your ingredients and
don't over fill with ingredients at the top of your mold you won't need to sand anything.

Keep creating!

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Old 07-11-2009, 05:39 PM   #2124
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Oh yeah, on the person who needed to know about sanding of the orgone. I use
a drummel but if you put a little resin in your mold first and then your ingredients and
don't over fill with ingredients at the top of your mold you won't need to sand anything.
Thank you

If I get round to making containers that charge massage oil (or lids for containers at least) then that will be very helpful.
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Old 08-11-2009, 01:20 AM   #2125
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Glad to be back and have learned a lot while I have been offline for a few years.

You will see me from time to time on here and will continue to help when I can.

Oh yeah, on the person who needed to know about sanding of the orgone. I use
a drummel but if you put a little resin in your mold first and then your ingredients and
don't over fill with ingredients at the top of your mold you won't need to sand anything.

Keep creating!

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Good gale, and thanks for the pm.I promoted your earth cb creation around a bit a long time ago , and more recently.
I was always a bit sore that the main orgone boys wanted to debase it in a way to fit the earthpipe mode, aimed purely at underground installations.I found it more than that, and a bit of a cheap and cheerful version of the conventional cb
I've got a ready-made mini version of your installation which I'm kind of ready to hawk around a bit, though I'm not convinced of its efficacy
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Old 09-11-2009, 01:16 PM   #2126
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First off, great thread, respect due to all contributions..

I've made some orgonite, and I am wanting to make some coloured pieces for friends.
I am not sure what to use. Maybe food colouring, is this ok because they contain enumbers.?
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Old 09-11-2009, 08:00 PM   #2127
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First off, great thread, respect due to all contributions..

I've made some orgonite, and I am wanting to make some coloured pieces for friends.
I am not sure what to use. Maybe food colouring, is this ok because they contain enumbers.?
Don't know about food coloring as I haven't tried it myself but you can get pigments for resin from craft shops, it's just a few quid & a little goes a very long way.
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Old 09-11-2009, 08:06 PM   #2128
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lordzoma has used food coloring and the pieces turned out very nice

there are pigments you can buy on ebay or other online stores that are designed to work well with the casting resin
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Old 09-11-2009, 08:25 PM   #2129
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Has anyone ever used caramelised sugar instead of resin for orgonite,

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Old 09-11-2009, 09:04 PM   #2130
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Thanks for the information

I'm looking over at ebay right now.....
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Old 09-11-2009, 09:23 PM   #2131
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I was interested in putting Glow in the dark pigment into my Orgonite to see if it Glows in the dark.
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Old 10-11-2009, 07:32 PM   #2132
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Hi. Glow in the dark has been tried and works well. Here is a post from warriormatrix.com
http://www.warriormatrix.com/viewtop...ight=glow+dark

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Old 10-11-2009, 07:45 PM   #2133
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welcome to the forums mistyblue
great pics
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Old 10-11-2009, 08:59 PM   #2134
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Hi. Glow in the dark has been tried and works well. Here is a post from warriormatrix.com
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This looks ace misty welcome to the forum
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:34 PM   #2135
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Default orgonite and glow in the dark paint

thank you for posting those misty blue, brilliant pics!
http://www.warriormatrix.com/viewtop...ight=glow+dark




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Old 12-11-2009, 09:34 AM   #2136
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WOW - that adds all sorts of interesting possibilities.

Anyone over here making them this way yet?

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Old 12-11-2009, 12:10 PM   #2137
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thank you for posting those misty blue, brilliant pics!
http://www.warriormatrix.com/viewtop...ight=glow+dark





Stunning misty they really are.
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Old 12-11-2009, 08:12 PM   #2138
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wow those glow in the dark pics looks fab! .... hummm, ideas.....
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Old 15-11-2009, 11:47 AM   #2139
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We made 12 tiny different flower shaped pieces, 6 animals, 12 tower busters, an hhg, a modified hhg, a shotglass piece, a moon, two butterflies, and 3 bun cake pieces.

We used tons of different little crystal pieces and coiled quartz. We used aluminum shavings and a few different liquid pigments for resin.

I got my hands on super fine (consistency of flour) iron oxide powder and steel powder. I mixed it with resin 50/50 ratio and added powdered quartz and about 2x catalyst. I put some of this in most of the pieces. some of them were almost all of that, mixed in with aluminum shavings.

I mixed colors together and swirled patterns on the bases for almost all of them in abstract forms. The HHG came out ridiculously awesome. i can't wait to put up pictures, which will be up later today.

I made a moon shape, and using little crystals i made a rocky cliff and used a coiled crystal as a lighthouse, and put white crystlal clouds and a blue resin background behind it, with iron powder base.

The little animals i made by mixing iron powder and crushed quartz powder with blue pigment to make shiny metallic blue animals. i put little rose quartz chips and other crystals in them.

they'll be the animals in the aquarium that is in the works.

SPECIAL THANKS to the guy who mentioned making pieces with iron oxide on warriormatrix.com. I bought 10 pounds of the stuff for 15 dollars and it is so super fine and awesome. I hope that crushing some quartz powder in with it helps because of the density. in most of the pieces i have light density at the top of the piece with crystals in a clear layer, a medium density with aluminum, then the steel / iron powder high density at the bottom.

I am so satisfied with this batch. The pigments and the use of powdered metals will make the pieces SOOO MUCH BETTER.

And I don't know if it was sensei or lena from warriormatrix.com who said that it's good to separate the metals you use, and that is the best advice. it really makes the layers stand out. this was the first time i poured in good layers and let them dry to a jelly like lena suggested.

the only thing i noticed was that even if dry when we poured layers of the powdered metal resin it was so heavy it would sink and bleed through the layer below, causing a cool effect on the side.

In one of my hhgs, instead of putting 4 crystals in a star on the bottom, i just put them all facing one direction for the hell of it. Good idea? Bad idea? EIther way it looks awesome. On the part that will be the tip, i put in a clear layer, then put in a blue layer, and I screwed a copper wrapped crystal through the jelly into the tip, so it looks like it is piercing a cloud of blue with blue swirls.

Pigments + powdered metals + pigments and layers = awesome.
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We made 12 tiny different flower shaped pieces, 6 animals, 12 tower busters, an hhg, a modified hhg, a shotglass piece, a moon, two butterflies, and 3 bun cake pieces.

We used tons of different little crystal pieces and coiled quartz. We used aluminum shavings and a few different liquid pigments for resin.

I got my hands on super fine (consistency of flour) iron oxide powder and steel powder. I mixed it with resin 50/50 ratio and added powdered quartz and about 2x catalyst. I put some of this in most of the pieces. some of them were almost all of that, mixed in with aluminum shavings.

I mixed colors together and swirled patterns on the bases for almost all of them in abstract forms. The HHG came out ridiculously awesome. i can't wait to put up pictures, which will be up later today.

I made a moon shape, and using little crystals i made a rocky cliff and used a coiled crystal as a lighthouse, and put white crystlal clouds and a blue resin background behind it, with iron powder base.

The little animals i made by mixing iron powder and crushed quartz powder with blue pigment to make shiny metallic blue animals. i put little rose quartz chips and other crystals in them.

they'll be the animals in the aquarium that is in the works.

SPECIAL THANKS to the guy who mentioned making pieces with iron oxide on warriormatrix.com. I bought 10 pounds of the stuff for 15 dollars and it is so super fine and awesome. I hope that crushing some quartz powder in with it helps because of the density. in most of the pieces i have light density at the top of the piece with crystals in a clear layer, a medium density with aluminum, then the steel / iron powder high density at the bottom.

I am so satisfied with this batch. The pigments and the use of powdered metals will make the pieces SOOO MUCH BETTER.

And I don't know if it was sensei or lena from warriormatrix.com who said that it's good to separate the metals you use, and that is the best advice. it really makes the layers stand out. this was the first time i poured in good layers and let them dry to a jelly like lena suggested.

the only thing i noticed was that even if dry when we poured layers of the powdered metal resin it was so heavy it would sink and bleed through the layer below, causing a cool effect on the side.

In one of my hhgs, instead of putting 4 crystals in a star on the bottom, i just put them all facing one direction for the hell of it. Good idea? Bad idea? EIther way it looks awesome. On the part that will be the tip, i put in a clear layer, then put in a blue layer, and I screwed a copper wrapped crystal through the jelly into the tip, so it looks like it is piercing a cloud of blue with blue swirls.

Pigments + powdered metals + pigments and layers = awesome.
sounds great - got any pics ???
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