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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 9:17 pm    Post subject: General Orgonite Construction Tips Reply with quote

Some of these are stolen and uncredited. Sorry!

1. The size of the metal shavings doesn't matter. If the shavings are small, make sure the resin is soaking down to the bottom of whatever mold you are using. Pour slowly and in stages so the resin has time to soak in.

2. Shavings with oil on them can be used. The oil will heat up as the resin cures, however and may even sizzle and pop.

3. All orgonite devices heat up as the resin cures. This is normal.

4. Generally, any kind of metal can be used. Steel, brass, aluminum, copper, etc.

5. Wear gloves and a $40-style respirator when pouring. It just won't do to save the world and kill your liver with resin fumes. Make sure your pouring area is well-ventilated!

6. Do not mix the catalyst with the resin until you are ready to pour. You only have about 15 minutes until the catalyzed resin hardens.

7. If you can, use a long table and cover it with cardboard. When the cardboard gets too messed up with dried resin, metal pieces and paint, just replace it.

8. Use a plastic tarp under the table. Resin spills will dry and can easily be scraped off the plastic.

9. From Lena: I use a plastic pitcher [for pouring resin] that is soft plastic that bends a bit. After it builds up and I have a nice layer of hardened resin in it I just give it a good whack with a hammer and this resin pitcher falls out. Sometimes it doesn't come out all in one piece but it seems to work for me. [I use a two-quart pitcher so I can pour a lot of tb's at once. - boney]

10. Get all your materials ready before you pour. Quartz chips are in the muffin mold, metal shavings are nearby or in the mold already, copper coils are made, etc. Put your various crystals and orgonite additives in paper cups so they are easily accessible while you are pouring.

11. Don't overfill the mold. It makes it harder to get the TB or HHG out after it's hard.

Some more tips from Peter ("gentle"):

1. You might consider having an extra dixie cup around with some metal shavings just in case you have excess resin after the molds are filled.

2. Keep any curious beings like pets, children or husbands away from the area until the little muffins are cured.

3. Don't take them inside until they are not stinky anymore. This can take up to a week.

4. In the unlikely event that you do get some sticky stuff where you don't want it, nail polish remover helps take it off.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2005 1:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

since i use primarily aluminum saw shavings which are really light, i find it easier to mix the shavings into the resin first before adding catalyst.adjust the consistency first then add hardener. pours right in.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2005 4:33 pm    Post subject: give your weak orgone a boost Reply with quote

----this is not tested----- however it make perfect sense. ( i think ) SENSEI PLEASE DELETE IF YOU OR OTHERS DISAGREE.....

having not sourced a good supply of metal shavings ive had to chop up my own. and i cant say it looks like it would conduct much. so i thought of this...

strip old speaker wire and cut it in about 1 or 2 cm sections.each will have numerous strands of fine copper wire. the cuts will frey off leaving you with a pile of angelhair type stuff. then sprinkle it over and between layers of your other metal before you pour. good for giving weaker matrix material a boost i think. (eg; mix that contains larger bits of copper/alliuminium). so far everyhing ive made has been with bigger material so ive added this extra bit to make the matrix a bit more lively.

can someone in the know do a test please?
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2005 9:10 am    Post subject: powdered metals Reply with quote

anyone use powdered metals for their HHG, like aluminum, copper, iron oxide, titanium silver etc?

I have used powdered metals with my hhg mixed in with little to large metal shavings. I feel this kind of mixture makes the orgonite matrix more effective when the metals are closer together (same thing with the minerals)

I have tried this and it is harder in density and the energy levels are far stronger compared to the regular HHG, I made a small orgonite this way and compared it to the larger HHG I made and the smaller ones emanates stronger energy.

One drawback is it costs a lot more doing it this way.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 4:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



If you find yourself throwing away several mixing containers a year here is a technique that will save you money.

Purchase a Pyrex measuring glass. They are accurate, easy to mix in and have a secret. After you have mixed your resin in the pyrex let is set for a day to allow the resin to fully cure. Once it has cured place the glass under your focet with the hot water on high. Let it set under the running water for 2 to 3 minutes. Carefully pour the water out. You'll notice the cured resin inside has become flexable and easily peels off the glass. Do this after every couple pours and you'll have the best mixing bowl ever.

Using hot water also removes build-up on molds too.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 4:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

breaking paper cups that have excess dried resin is great to make dried,
resin metal chips , and add a few small chips in the back end of the mold.
no waste, every drop of resin in the can used. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 2:40 am    Post subject: those 5-gallon tubs Reply with quote

EthericCorrection wrote:
breaking paper cups that have excess dried resin is great to make dried,
resin metal chips , and add a few small chips in the back end of the mold.
no waste, every drop of resin in the can used. Very Happy


I like the idea of no waste. Speaking of which, does anyone know how to get the lids off those five-gallon resin buckets?

Because they have a round pouring tube that's not at the edge of the lid but an inch or more toward the centre, there's always about a cupful or two of the resin that won't come out even when the bucket is turned completely upside down.

If there's some way to get the lid off, even if by destroying it, at least I could use that last bit of resin, not to mention finding a use for the big buckets themselves...

Thanks for any suggestions.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 4:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Home Debit sells paint can lids that have a spout in them.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 4:34 am    Post subject: big tight plastic lids Reply with quote

Cece wrote:
Home Debit sells paint can lids that have a spout in them.


One first of all has to get the original lid off in order to replace it with another kind. This is not a little paint can. The five-gallon bucket is 2.5 feet tall, and (whether of resin, paint or whatever) has a very tight, possibly heat-sealed-on, and very tough, plastic lid about 18 inches in diameter, with a double deep rim gripping the sides of the bucket. I cannot by any means actually loosen this thing.

After a summer of orgonite-making, I have several of these buckets now, each with between one and two liters of resin that I'm unwilling to discard tantalizingly lurking in the bottom.

I've even considered borrowing a chainsaw and cutting the tops off the buckets, a couple of inches down. Presumably any bits of plastic can be strained out. However, I wondered if anyone knows of a less drastic way to get this off.

Thanks for any suggestions. (I may end up going at these with a saw of some kind...)

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 5:33 am    Post subject: EthericResinHeads..saving prescious resin one can at a time. Reply with quote

I can see the deliema of trying to get that last bit of prescious resin out of the 5 gallon drum can. The only solution i can think of and its kind of funny , no surpise there, Smile is to put about 40 drops of catalyst in the can. stir it with a long stick or wire, then stuff a bunch of plentifull aluminum chips and shavings down the spout hole, and mix it as much as possible , followed by one or 2 crystals, tap the shavings down into the resin a bit so it sets up somewhat half way decent.

after a few days you can break up the can any way you like and retrieve the orgonite inside it or use the whole thing as an over sized gift with alot of resinace chamber capacity. Wink
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 2:08 pm    Post subject: removing 5 gal pail lids Reply with quote

those tight fitting 5 gal pail lids have a number of places that are designed to cut a perpendicular slice about an inch long into the lid on the edge of the lid then it will just pop off with some pressure. the bucket and lid is still usable after as I use them when I want to send 5 gallons of resin somewhere out of the 45 gallon drums.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One way that should work is to saw off the top. If you have a hack saw, with a bit of elbow grease you should be able to saw off even just a chunk. I really like EthericCorrection's idea though, and would reccommend that if you can't open it.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 3:37 am    Post subject: counter clockwise shavings?? Reply with quote

i just got some aliminium shavings...

ok, because a drill does it's work clockwise, the 'swarf' or shavings are the oposite and also resemble coils.

Obviously the majority? of devices that are confirmed to be working have these CCW shavings in them. they are coil shaped. and our coils are meant to be CW and im confused.
can someone with experience please shed some light on this. im gonna pour anyway cos im sure that drills dont spin backwards up in the northern Hemisphere. :-D

sorry to post this on here but im mighty keen to find out and i'll delete it when i do...
thanks.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 3:45 am    Post subject: getting the last few drops Reply with quote

To get the last drops out of a five gallon can I would just drill a hole in it and drain it into another container. Oliver
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 4:51 am    Post subject: last drops Reply with quote

no drill? punch a couple of nail holes into it
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