Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 4:52 am Post subject: Measuring orgonite?
I was wondering - is there a known way to measure orgonite's power? Like a sure way to measure if one type/design/composition is better working than another?
From what I have seen so far there is:
Measuring negative ions (which is just a side effect)
Kirlian photography (which not everyone can afford)
measuring biofields? (suggestion from an orgonite maker)
Wilhelm Reich was mentioning using a modified geiger meter - anyone knows/ uses that?
Is there anything else to measure orgonites's power?
Since orgone fields are not electrical or magnetic, but interact with electricity and magnetism, that interaction could be measured. In "Questions" I've offered a technique for using the interaction with a human body to measure orgonite activity. Here's a suggestion for using electricity:
You'll need a couple of 9 volt D cell batteries (one should be low in charge) and a multimeter ( I have an inexpensive Centac).
If you are new to orgonite and have not yet gifted your home, that location will work fine. if your home and work are already gifted, try the middle of a large parking lot. Start by reading the batteries charge with the multimeter. Write this on a piece of masking tape and mark the batteries. Now take a piece of orgonite and place the battery on top and read that. Write it down. Try different pieces and record the results.
Now, just for fun, you could take the batteries outside next to a big tree and read them again. Interesting, isn't it?
Orgonite seems to be able to eliminate the loss to friction in the wiring in my home. I've had 2 different electricians verify that by reading the electrical outlets. They farthest outlet reads exactly the same as the outlet nearest the meter. Impossible, the electricians said. Gifting electricians is an interesting exercize!
in theory the Geiger counter should have the tube beamed with orgone.
Reich used to leave his tube inside an orgone accumulator for at least 1 month. Then it was able to get much more counts out of it.
Also he triggered the voltage of the tube to an higher voltage. so for example if 400V, try 600-1000V. Of course it will depends from the tube, you're going to shorten his lifetime way much doing this overvoltage.
outside of an orgone accumulator, with this kind of geiger counter, they were measuring 'radioactivity' ... a bit higher than background radiation...
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Posted: Sat Dec 23, 2017 8:28 pm Post subject:
Since one is measuring life energy, a plant, hooked to a biofeedback machine, then exposed to orgonite, offers an interesting intersection between a living organism and a machine for orgone energy measurement.
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