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Johnnyusa
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 4:09 pm    Post subject: How to best cut the spacers for a chembuster Reply with quote

Hi. I have only done one pour so far but I am about ready to pour the cloudbuster and can someone pls give me some tips on how to cut the spacers? I need three of them, right? Do I HAVE to use spacers, or can I just set the copper pipes in the hardening mold by eye best as I can without losing efficiency? For that matter, are copper pipes alot better than steel or aluminum ones? Thanks in advance for the help guys.

What are the best tools and process to cut the spacers? I have a compound mitre saw, so I imagine I can use that to cut the basic shape, right, but I am not sure how to cut the holes in the spacers. Should I use a hole drill, or what? Sensei doesn't say in the video...

Is a three gallon bucket or a five gallon bucket better, or is that a dumb question? Any big reason to I have plenty of metal n resin for either. But for either size, I measure the diameter on the bottom of the bucket for the bottom spacer, & add 1 inch to the middle & top spacers?

I am thinking about building a small chembuster for my room using like 2 foot long copper pipes buried in a coffee can orgonite mold. Maybe I should do that first.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 11:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do the small personal chembuster first. You need more experience pouring before you tackle a full-size chembuster. Just my two cents.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2016 2:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pouring a chembuster requires some advanced skills- specifically the adjustment of the resin/ catalyst ratio.

The ratio changes with air temperature and the temperature of the ingredients and the volume of the pour. The large volume of resin you will be working with will heat up dramatically as it cures.

Assuming you will be pouring in layers, your first layer will require far more catalyst than your final layers. By the time you pour the last layer the CB will be HOT. If you're pouring it in one go the heat buildup will be even harder to control.

Do you know how to cool it enough to keep it from cracking or melting your bucket?

I'd suggest more practice making TBs to master the basics before trying a large piece. That's a lot of time, energy, effort, and materials to waste- not to mention the mess if your catalyzing reaction gets out of control, as it easily can in hot weather.

As far as clearing the skies with a chembuster, you are unlikely to get the results you want until you have gifted your local towers. Your practice tbs will not be wasted. Gifting your local power stations and high tension power lines help too.

Most dramatic sky clearing I've ever experienced came not from a CB, but from gifting a large local shopping mall, the power lines next to it, and the stream running along one side. What a concentration of DOR! Gifting this complex punched a blue hole in the "clouds" even before I was finished.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 9:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you for peeking in on your advice, my first project was going to be a cb. Sensei said something about gridding, is this what you are referring to to assist the cloud buster?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gridding refers to laying down a pattern of TBs. Estimated range of a TB is 1/4 mile, so gridding would be to designate an area and use one TB every 1/4 mile to cover the area.

I gifted towers first, then, since I was shown a glowing network of gifted streams, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs covering the southern Willamette Valley while meditating, I next gifted water. The orgone field has an affinity for water.

Other DOR sources I've gifted are power lines, power stations and substations, RR tracks, schools, colleges, hospitals, stadiums, police stations, jails, water treatment plants, shopping malls, cemeteries and old graveyards, and the airport.

You may have a calling to clear the skies. Gifting trees will amplify the strength of your TB, since trees have their own fields which adds to the field of the TB.

TBs are the workhorse of the gifting movement. I've only made one CB. By the time the other DOR sources in my area were gifted I didn't feel the need to make another.


I always like to take some Human Gifting Project pieces with me. I ask to be invisible, unnoticeable, inconspicuous, irrelevant to anyone who wishes me harm or would remove the orgonite, and visible to anyone who would like to be gifted. Anyone who asks what I'm doing gets a pretty personal piece with a sticker on the back with the HGP website where they can find more information.

It works.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2016 5:10 pm    Post subject: Here's all you need. Reply with quote

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqw7z2JJ-w4

I followed Sensei's video and had no problem. I poured a bunch of layers and waited for each layer to cure before pouring the next one. 2 hours or more between layers.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2016 6:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like a good idea- that would definitely take care of the overheating problem Very Happy

Were you able to finish it in one day?

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2016 6:26 pm    Post subject: Nope Reply with quote

Nope. It took two days.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you everyone for the advice. I WILL make some more tbs n hhgs before I do the large cb, but I feel the need to pour the cb while the weather is still hot and I am running out of time. So, I would appreciate if someone would please answer my original question: What are the best tools and process to cut the spacers? I have a compound mitre saw, so I imagine I can use that to cut the basic shape, right, but I am not sure how to cut the holes in the spacers. Should I use a hole drill, or what? Sensei doesn't say in the video...
Diogenes, you say you followed Sensei's instructions for how to make the cb and it worked fine, but you do not say how you made the spacers. Sensei does not give instructions on how to cut the wooden spacers in the video, so how did you do it? Ruth, I will follow your advice and gift everything in my area, I promise. I have only done one pour so far, & these pieces I have placed around th3 house and gifted to family and friends, but when I pour more n have more pieces I will begin gifting prolifically to the death towers, streams, power stations, trees, etc. Thank you all for your responses. I heard Sensei say in the video the cb will get hot and to do the pour in about three or four segments 45 mins apart so as not to melt the bucket. Do you recommend also submerging the bucket in ice water? We use a similar technique for soap making when using adding lye to milk or cream, but I thought if I spaced out the pour into 3-4 parts I would be ok...

I am waiting on the local .99 Center Store to get more martini glasses in before my next pour. It is suspicious to me bc after I located affordable martini glasses at some local dollar store I immediately posted my find, and since then there have been NO repeat NONE ZERO martini glasses at my local dollar store. I suspect this website is being monitored and these martini glasses are not at the dollar store for the last two months bc SOMEBODY doesn't want me making orgonite.

For my first pour, I used altec pyramids for the hhgs, as recommended by Sensei, and a muffin trey for tbs. I need to clean them before I pour again, so I got some acetone. Do you guys clean the molds for each pour? What is best way to clean the mold, put acetone on mold, submerged if possible, in like a sealed bucket or trash bag?
I did the dumbest thing on my first pour with the the martini glasses. I forgot to add hardener liquid to resin, so I had to throw away the martini glasses with a lot of my best metals, not AL, and crystals. I was momentarily so furious I almost threw everything in the trash. Luckily, I had the pyramids ready to go on a cardboard box to hold them upside down and the muffin trey. My pieces came out pretty nice. My mom loves hers and says she sleeps everyday now until her alarm goes off, which she hasn't done in years. Some people at her work also asked for some pieces. I will suggest they purchase from Sensei, bc his pieces are way better n his hhgs use lemurian crystals, but if they want a free one with lesser crystals I will provide it to them. Soon as I get my molds clean n we have another hot sunny day. God bless everyone here. I wish I knew people like you in my area bc sometimes I feel alone n isolated bc of the th8ngs I am aware of that others do not wish to hear about.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 8:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Update: I just made my weekly trip to the 99 Center Store looking for martini glasses. Of course they were sold out but this time I talked to an employee who told me that DC (the distribution center) killed the martini glasses nationwide and they either haven't been able to buy any more or they would simply not be carrying them anymore and she wasn't sure which one. So I went to Target, & their best price on martini glasses was $35.99 for 4, but then I went to Walmart and bought the last four they had for $1.88 each. They WERE 2 for a dollar at the 99 Center store.
I try not to be unnecessarily conspiratorial and instead follow Occam's razor, whereas the simplest explanation is usually the best one. Maybe the 99 Center store stopped carrying them simply bc they couldn't find any to buy cheap. But I think it's weird that a week after I posted on this site that I found cheap martini glasses there that they stopped carrying them. Anybody else having a hard time finding cheap martini glasses?
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 9:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd use a bandsaw to cut the circle and a drill press with a forstner bit to drill the holes for the pipes. Any cabinet shop or woodshop should be able to cut the spacers for you, or even your local woodshop class if any of your schools still have one.

Goodwill or St. Vincent De Paul have plenty of martini glasses available at .99 each here in Oregon. check your local thrift shops Very Happy

I usually don't clean my tactical TB molds often. With mold release they don't stick, and a quick wipe with a paper towel does the trick just fine. For personal pieces I wipe the molds out with acetone every few pours. I use seamless pressed aluminum molds for my tactical TBs and silicone molds for the personal ones.

Hope that's helpful.

We've all forgotten to add the catalyst on occasion. You could have saved the glasses and most of the other ingredients if you had immersed them in acetone in an airtight container. A few days would have dissolved the resin and allowed you to reuse the crystals. I didn't know that the first time I forgot either. I wound up throwing mine away too.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 11:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you, Ruth. Wonderful idea to contract a furniture or cabinet store, since I don't have a bandsaw or a drill press.

I drove all over town looking for martini glasses at thrift stores n had no luck. Was SO thrilled to find some at the dollar store for 50 cents each. I like the cone shape so much more than the pyramid shape, for some reason.

Glad to know that next time I forget to add catalyst to just soak everything in acetone for a few days. I do appreciate the tips very much. One last thing, does the container the acetone soaks in need to be stainless steel or is a plastic bucket ok?

The muffin tin trey I got from Walmart is silicon coated. Eventually I'll get a really nice pure silicon mold. I just love this orgone thing. I had to travel recently & I took my HHG (that I bought from Sensei) on the road with me. Life's better with orgonite in it, & so many interesting ancillaries, & the group think of the community involved is wonderful how we are all brought together by this subject.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2016 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A plastic bucket should work fine- the airtight lid is the most important part. Acetone evaporates fast.

Happy pouring Very Happy

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