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Johnnyusa
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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2016 2:31 pm    Post subject: crystal size & shape for various pieces Reply with quote

Hi all,
My question is primarily about the type of crystals and whether they MUST all be double-terminated. The quartz in the TBs can be rough quartz, right, & don't even need to pointed or polished, but what if the vertical crystal in the HHG & CB is double-terminated and the 4 surrounding ones are maybe single pointed- is that ok? How big should the crystals in the cb be? I found a very pretty & reasonably priced 6-inch rose quartz wand for the vertical crystal in my cb.
    Is it ok to use ANY kind of quartz, like selenium, rose, or amethyst? Does amethyst or a lemurian  result in a significantly more powerful cb than clear quartz / selenite?
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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2016 3:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can use clear quartz crystal in pretty much any form, whole, broken, or tumbled chips. You can substitute smokey quartz, citrine, or amethyst. Rose quartz in any form you can afford will not work, Most rose quartz does not have the internal crystaline structure needed. Rose quartz in crystal form is rare and very expensive.

You do not need DTs to make TBs. Single terminated crystals work for most applications.

There is a search function at the top of the page, or you can Google "Warrior Matrix+ subject". From the questions you ask I assume you have not poured before? IMO it would be wise to learn the basics before embarking on large, expensive,complicated pour such as a CB or HHG.

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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2016 6:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you for your reply, Ruth. Of course I tried the search function for my question before I asked in the forum. I have read or scanned the first 22 pages of the 'Device Construction' and I did not see a thread specifically relating to crystal size in respect to an HHG or CB. One thing I read that was helpful was somebody said to use crystals about the same size as the last joint on thumb.
   I am wondering how many inches the crystals need to be for the orgon matrix on a CB? The guy in the video is using crystals about an inch long that don't look like anything special. The hhg & cb orgon matrix contains five crystals, right, four perpendicular outer-laying crystals w/ best point aiming out and one vertical crystal in the middle pointed up/down. I feel like the vertical crystal needs to be a little bigger n straighter than the four crystals on the outer array, no? That's going to be a $30-$50 rock gauging from prices at our local rock store yesterday, altho they had some less perfect clear so-called dt clear quartz behind the counter for $5-$15/piece but the points weren't well shaped.
    I will take from your answer that they DO all need to be dt crystals, & thank you very much for informing me that rose quartz is unacceptable. I had a similar feeling since it was so cheap then likely too good to be true. What about using a clear quartz crystal ball in the middle of an hhg shaped piece of orgonite- do we use dt quartz bc the ball shape has, like, a lack of polarity so crystal balls under pressure don't generate as much voltage as a dt crystal?
    Certainly I will start w/ TBs and couple HHGs before I pour the CB.  But i just returned home from a meditation center where a guy build a cheap cloudbuster from steel chimney pipe n aluminum conduit, buried in the ground. I observed the cb in action for two weeks then come home n reserach how to build a cloudbuster, learning along the way about Reich & modern orgonite. I just want to build a cb and a bunch of orgonite as soon as possible. And i WILL upload lots of pictures if i can figure out how to strip the metadata off the jpegs, or does WM do that for us, like FB?
Yeah i can't afford it but so what I bought 10 pounds of copper shavings, 5 lbs of brass shavings, n 10 lbs of alum shavings on ebay & five pounds of Silmar 41 clear casting mold to do a real good orgon experiment. Enough to make a bunch of orgonite for gifting to friends, family, & local cell towers plus fortify my house and add a cb to influence as much of my immediate viscinity as possible.
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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2016 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The link to Orgone Crystals is at the top right hand corner of the page. You can compare price and quality for yourself.

IMO most people have an intuitive understanding of the metal / crystal balance, but it's below the conscious level, and so not accessible to our conscious mind. That develops, or you gain more access to it, as you pour and gift. For me, it's an affirmative or positive feeling, "go ahead", or a negative, "not enough"... and the proportion changes.

In the six + years I've been pouring I've raised the volume of crystal in my TBs by around 30%. That's from the size of the last joint of my LITTLE finger to the size of the last joint of my MIDDLE finger.

Crystals are individuals. Each is different, and you will intuit the differences for yourself when you handle and spend time with them. It's a process of discovery. I can't tell what you will intuit, and I would be doing you no favors by telling you what you SHOULD feel. Preconceptions can really get in your way.

What I find helpful when searching is to use "Sensei" in the lower right search space and your topic in the upper space. This will take you to a thread that you can use to get started. You don't have to use Sensei, of course. You can use me or Lena or Virgil or any other member.

Hope that helps Very Happy



By the way, good intuition asking these questions- and understanding that you do have the answer, but would like some confirmation:

" I am wondering how many inches the crystals need to be for the orgon matrix on a CB? The guy in the video is using crystals about an inch long that don't look like anything special."

I'd make them bigger- by that 30%.

" The hhg & cb orgon matrix contains five crystals, right, four perpendicular outer-laying crystals w/ best point aiming out and one vertical crystal in the middle pointed up/down. I feel like the vertical crystal needs to be a little bigger n straighter than the four crystals on the outer array, no?"

Yup. The HHG does. For a CB or other large pieces I use an induction design I developed after reading every post on the forum that a search for "induction" turned up. The name to start with is "Starseed", who posted his original design.



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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 2:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ruth,

           I see Orgone Crystals says their Magagascar crystals are the right size for TBs or HHGs. I guess I will order those, if you don't disagree. Maybe try to use an extra special crystal for my vertical crystal on tbe HHGs. Ill order some aluminum from them too. Copper prices look kind of high.
            Thank you for explaining how to begin to 'intuit' crystals. I've never been real big into crystals but I'm fascinated by this orgonite thing, by which I include cloubusters like the one my friend built. That was less orgonite than classic Reich. Do you know why he used aluminum inside steel for the cloudbuster pipe? I haven't read about anyone on WM trying that.
    It was aluminum conduit running inside steel chimney pipe vertically w/ the end buried in the ground- he said dirt is made of metals n sand/ crystals Smile I haven't read about anybody doing two metals in the pipes for their CBs. Do you think having two metals comprising  the pipe might be a good idea?  I wonder is just plain copper pipe better than steel/ aluminum, or what about brass conduit inside a copper pipe?
       I think i will also go w/ the induction design as for my chembuster. Hate those damn chemtrails. The main difference for an induction cb from the cb build in the video is to install a fitting in between the upper half  & bottom so the top can vibrate independently of the lower half, & then install a copper wire running from the top half into the bottom half (of the pipe) so the the uncovered copper wire tips can dangle on the crystal that sits in the bottom of each pipe. That's the plan. Did I miss anthing essential? I've been reading all the induction / aegis posts.
     I still don't know how big of crystals I need for my cb. What do you suggest a good mix of metals for the orgonite base. I read Sensei say a cb in a 2 gallon bucket needs 6-8 pounds of metal shavings, so I was thinking of doing half copper n brass & the other half aluminum 'cause it's Al is relatively cheap.
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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You might check out the wholesale quartz dealers for much better deals. Google arkansas quartz dealers for a starter.
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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 6:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Johnnyusa, you appear to be a beginner. Have you made any orgonite at all?

A CB is unlikely to give you the results you desire until the basic tower gifting is done- with TBs. When I make large pieces I use a homogenous mixture of metals because I feel that stands up better to long term weather exposure than layered pieces. Some of my layered pieces that have been outside for 6 years have started to delaminate.

I encourage you to learn to use the search function, because frankly I do not have the time to rewrite the information that's already here.

TBs are my area of specialization. IMO they're the workhorse of the orgonite movement. Most people seem to start out wanting to make one large piece that will clean up the sky. IMO you'll get much better results by gifting your local towers first.

Other major DOR sources you might want to add to the list:

Hospitals
Schools
Government offices
Police stations
Jails
Malls
Cemeteries and graveyards
Stadiums
Power stations and substations
Water treatment plants

Towers are always the first thing on the list.

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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No, I have never made oorgonite before, Ruth, but I gotta make some bc i want a cloudbuster and a bunch of orgonite to put around the house n gift2friends n family, plus bury near local death towers. And I will homogeneously mixed the metals for pieces intended outside outside. I haven't read that anywhere else and I have read this forum some days until late at night. Thank you. Please let me assure you again I have been using the search functions. Sorry to bother you. Just trying to find someone to talk to about orgonite. Thank you btw, Dorothy.
I DO make soap tho, which produces noxious fumes as well, & cures in silicon molds. My five gallons of polyester resin will be here tomorrow and i have some small and medium sized molds from Amazon already for gifting to friends n death towers. Friends get copper/brass, death towers get Al TBs. Not all my metals are here yet or crystals but they are all on order and are starting to arrive. Will be pouring soon. Ordered an HHG from Orgone Crystals that should be here tomorrow. I'm very excited to be getting my first piece of orgonite 'to play with, & a real pro made piece from the Sensei, no less.
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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2016 9:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You will not be disappointed Very Happy

How to estimate the amount of resin needed for your mold: fill the mold with rice and measure the rice. Then subtract a bit for the volume of metal and crystal. For a standard 12 muffin mold with 3 oz cups, I use 30 oz of resin. That's 2.5 oz of resin per muffin.

How to keep your TBs from sticking to the mold:
Use a silicone mold. Use a metal mold without any seams, or if it has seams, try to keep the resin out of them. Use mold release- silicone lube from the automotive department at W...mart comes in a red and white can- under 5.00 each. Spray on, wipe off. Don't overfill your molds. If they stick anyway, put them in the freezer upside down.
Non stick molds- nice for beginners, but expensive, and the coating wears off after a few dozen uses- all over your pieces:(

How to adjust the resin / catalyst ratio:
Main variables are air temperature and temperature of the resin (and the other ingredients) and size of the mold. Larger pieces need less, smaller ones more. Secondary variables are humidity and nature of ingredients- metal powders may require a bit more.

The hotter the day, the less you need, and the faster the cure.

Wear old clothes. Pour outside. get everything set up and ready before you start. Once the catalyst hits the resin the clock is ticking.....my first pour I wasted half a gallon because I couldn't pour fast enough! Hope this saves you that.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2016 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, is it ok to ask a question in someone else's question?

I did a search and found this, which is awesome. It answered some questions I didn't have yet.

I was wondering when you put the crystals in the resin do the points have to be in any direction?

Thanks
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 1:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ruth has some great advice !

LearningMyPath wrote:

I was wondering when you put the crystals in the resin do the points have to be in any direction?
Thanks

Judging the optimal position and orientation of crystals in orgonite improves with practice. The position can be tweaked for the intended application.
It may not be the same for everyone. Online instructions are just a starting point.
A personal favorite.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 3:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote








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Kirlian photograph of a crystal in a pendant.



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 4:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Polished crystals seem to have the same effect as those with a natural exterior.

However, Clear, polished quartz can be utilized as a "light tube".

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2016 12:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Those are so beyond fabulous amazing stunning! WOW


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