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Postby Steve on Sun Jun 27, 2010 2:35 pm

Hi MG, I get about a 26% increase in power with the piece wrapped with elec cord.

Josh I’m getting about 440,000 on that one. The main thing is these pieces are feeding the orgone back into the grid.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Sun Jun 27, 2010 2:37 pm

Steve, my lady is asking; if she color that large piece will the energy rise significantly
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Sun Jun 27, 2010 3:22 pm

I’m getting that the energy stays about the same but the freq could change based on color choice.
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:50 am

Yo…Steve, this is just great information…great confirmation boost
for experimenters….I’ll be making more plaster broadcasters…..
that’s for sure,,, Thanks
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Re: Plaster orgonite

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:22 pm

Hi Josh… thanks for a fascinating thread. I’m a new member who found your site a couple of days ago and became enthralled by plasterite. I’ve only been making orgonite since August 2009 and although I still have lots to learn, I’m passionate about it.

I live in Cape Town and had intended making an orgonite CB for an event scheduled for 25 July, the Golden Pyramid of Peace. However, I’m having difficulty in finding DT crystals of the correct size. A trip to my normal supplier a few days ago proved to be unsuccessful, as did enquiries from other local suppliers.

I’ve now decided to make a plasterite cone instead for the event! Thanks to you.

So yesterday I collected plaster of paris and some oxide. Can’t find copper powder yet in small quantities (I was quoted R666 – about $88 – for 1kg!!). Is it OK to use copper sulphate instead? I’ve decided to use my newly acquired stainless steel pyramid mould which I’ve only used twice – and both orgonite pieces cracked horribly! It just generates too much heat, lol. The pyramid mould is only about 100mm high, though. I’m a bit rushed for time right now (preparing for 2 holistic fairs over the next 10 days) but I’d like to find a long cone mould as soon as possible.

So… once again thank you for this forum, and thanks to all members that have contributed.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:45 pm

Just a couple of the latest test casts from various “molds”… :)
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Re: Plaster orgonite

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Re: Plaster orgonite

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:58 pm

I just handed these individually to my daughter after taking the photos, and her expressions and comments were priceless. Starting with smallest, her eyes got huge and she immediately said shocks in her hand. With second bowl piece, a vibration and a look of confusion. The third largest, amazement, and she gushed and blushed, said Wow. hole body got warm. :) Will share mix ingredients, with Josh’s permission, later to any who wish… All pieces are unusually “cold” when holding, almost like putting your hand against a cool marble wall at a fancy hotel. The largest piece is the coldest, done right chilly to hold. I stacked them from smallest to largest, and there was 3 loud knocks on the wall immediately after ward, within a split second, right next to me on the bed. I jumped. Took the top piece off, felt the air pressure in room change. Put it back on, heard the 3 knocks again!!! I tried to take a picture of it, my camera batteries went dead. Replaced them, snapped the pic, camera shut off! Retried four times, same thing happened. Fifth time checked battery level, almost exhausted. New batteries out of the pack… :) Too funny. So no pics of stack, but I promise it was entertaining!

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:29 pm

Hello Maria T
Here come the rescue :D ., we have been experimenting with different ingredients for the Plasterite in going further into simplifying the mixture, so here we are with a new formula that according to some very sensitive people is outstanding: mix your plaster with some beach sand, the proportions are in volume 4 liters of plaster for 350ml of sand. If your sand comes from a beautiful Cape Town beach nothing else to do If you have to buy your sand which would probably be washed then you will have to add some unrefined sea salt :-) to dissolve in the water you will use for the plaster. You might want to have 4lb of salt for 25 lb of plaster . You may add any crystals you want according to what you want to achieve with your piece for this particular event. Any shape will do (does not have to be a pyramid, actually better if not – old energy -). We are using all sorts of conical molds/glasses, vases, cooking molds, cake molds. We have posted all sorts of different shape and form for you to look at :) viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=30

And this is what we have found to work the best for releasing the devices from the molds: wax your molds with just any car wax, then spray with silicon or any professional release agent (made with parafin), we have used a product call Pam (canola oil…not good) and does not result in the smooth surface, do not be fooled by this so ordinary plaster stuff it really works regardless what any pajama people are saying
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:48 pm

Please Tony, share with everyone say it the way it is :o :o I promess you will not be banned :lol: :lol:
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:11 pm

If you insist… LOL :) Aho Brother!!! :)

So the pictured new mix is sans any crushed metal or crushed crystal. New mix is plaster, charged water (3 minutes in blender on high, w/rare earth mags opposite each other, source bottled spring water), store bought sand (from Michaels Craft), some sea salt, and clear quartz crystal in center of each piece, surrounded by four smaller quartz crystals in each direction, all facing same direction, on same center level, and pinches of several powdered resins from myrrh, frankincense, amber, and dragons blood. All to boost protection and well being. Tap water, here in Maryland, turns yellowish color after 3 minutes in blender, and changed the color of my 1st and 2nd batches. Last batch was bottled spring water spun up, no color change but “thickness” did alter it seemed. Mixing all together was a delightful mess, still have stains on carpet to clean up. Now that I’ve started to using a very fine grade to sand down the uneven bottoms, I’ve discovered even more ways to get plaster on everything I own! LOL :) OH Well. Big Note: This is far more than Josh is putting in his right now, please reference his mix for precise and proper go of it. Mine have a very marbled look to them, son said it looked like concrete with marble thrown in to…

Plan to have all 3 kids this weekend helping with 5th batch, tomorrow night will do 4th. Next time I see one of those plastic cones in a parking lot….. ;) I really want something huge and heavy… :) Can’t help it, will wrap 144 feet of electrical extension cord and plug in my salt lamp, then just smile and smile…. If my youngest daughter gets as excited as my other two children, I’ll get her to make her own too, to take with her back home. Note to self, make some for “that” home too! :) Not sure if the sudden change in weather to clear blue skies and almost cool temps is due to anything I made, but it sure does feel better now that the last batch is “live”…. :0

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Fri Jul 02, 2010 6:39 am

josh wrote:Hello Maria T
Here come the rescue :D ., we have been experimenting with different ingredients for the Plasterite in going further into simplifying the mixture, so here we are with a new formula that according to some very sensitive people is outstanding: mix your plaster with some beach sand, the proportions are in volume 4 liters of plaster for 350ml of sand. If your sand comes from a beautiful Cape Town beach nothing else to do If you have to buy your sand which would probably be washed then you will have to add some unrefined sea salt :-) to dissolve in the water you will use for the plaster. You might want to have 4lb of salt for 25 lb of plaster . You may add any crystals you want according to what you want to achieve with your piece for this particular event. Any shape will do (does not have to be a pyramid, actually better if not – old energy -). We are using all sorts of conical molds/glasses, vases, cooking molds, cake molds. We have posted all sorts of different shape and form for you to look at :) viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=30

And this is what we have found to work the best for releasing the devices from the molds: wax your molds with just any car wax, then spray with silicon or any professional release agent (made with parafin), we have used a product call Pam (canola oil…not good) and does not result in the smooth surface, do not be fooled by this so ordinary plaster stuff it really works regardless what any pajama people are saying
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Josh, you are a star! I’ll give it a go. For ease of calculation I’ll mix 1 part sand (co-incidentally I have some Cape Town beach sand!) to 11 parts of plaster. I’ve just got back from collecting some copper dust from a woman who bronzes items, so I’ll add a pinch of that together with the 5 quartz crystals and some chips of other crystals.

I’ll let you know how it turns out.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby nepenthe on Fri Jul 02, 2010 5:22 pm

Hi Josh thanks for starting this great topic. I’m getting ready to go shopping for the ingredients of my first attempt at making orgonite, (never made the resin, so this is a real first) and going down your list – apart from the large crystal, how much crushed crystal does one need, or can it be eliminated?
And is copper powder required – how much in proportion to the mold? Don’t know any machine shops near me where I can get these, can you buy them at a hardware shop or craft shop – (if I don’t want to go online, getting impatient). If I can’t get powder, can I use something else?
And what are oxides, sorry, these are strictly orgonite for dummies questions. :|

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Fri Jul 02, 2010 9:20 pm

Isabelle As soon as you make a few of these you will be an expert :D
Alright, for the regular Orgonite:
Two kind of matrix, one is the polyester resin, and the other is epoxy resin, one (the polyester smell terrible and is toxic) the second (epoxy) do not smell
The price of the two is about the same from US composites, except for the really inexpensive polyester resin that is roughly $25 per gal. as the other polyesters and epoxy are in the same price range 34 to 38 per gallon, when you buy a greater quantity they wont charge you as much, I just got 10 gal of epoxy : one to one ratio thick epoxy#150 for $278, that makes it $27 per gallon, if you get only one gallon it will cost you $38, so considering all factors, I rather use the epoxy.

For the metals you have many choices, but the smaller the better, any oxides will work especially well, but at this point you must use crushed crystal for thorough dispersion, otherwise a single block crystal is not going to give you the full strength within the device, to get the oxide really cheap go there:

http://www.ecrater.com/p/3572285/30-lb- … xide-fe3o4
This is the place where you will find the iron oxide at $1 per pound, and these are the best prices, you can mix with it some metal shavings, no problem, with or without.
If you are going to do only with the powder, one thing to remember: you will not need that voluminous of a device because with the powder it is quite strong.
For the proportions, this is what I do, say I am going to make a few pendants; in a small container, such as an old yogurt container, you will put 1/2 a cup to 3/4 cup of resin (mixed) so if you use a one to one ratio of epoxy, you would put in 1/4 cup of one and 1/4 cup of the other, mix them really good before you put in anything else
Then ad your oxide and your crushed crystals one to one: one Tbsp of oxide, one Tbsp of crushed crystals….two of oxide, two of crystal…. three of oxide……. in other words, equal amount of each, when the mixture is thick and a little difficult to stir, this is when you pour it in the molds.

For mold to make nice pendants you can use the mini muffin molds, there is 24 small muffins hole in it, so you can pour (with a 1/2 cup resin) about 6, do not fill them or they may be too thick to have hanging around your neck.
When you do devices with epoxy it is good to always have another container ready to receive your extra resin, like a large cone, and after awhile it will be all filled up then you have another device without wasting anything.
Are you OK with what to do for lubricating your mold, if not let me know and we shall help with it
If you can get silicon molds they are the best since you do not have to lubricate them
Good luck, please ask questions before you get in trouble :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby nepenthe on Sat Jul 03, 2010 3:21 am

Thanks for the crash course Josh. I’m planning to start very small so as to save cost and minimize epic failures…. :roll:

I checked out US Composite and the price of epoxy 1:1 #150 is $64.50 for a single gallon kit and $498 for 10 gallons, quite expensive. Did you buy from them direct?

I got most of your directions but can you elaborate a bit on the following?

josh wrote:you will put 1/2 a cup to 3/4 cup of resin (mixed) so if you use a one to one ratio of epoxy, you would put in 1/4 cup of one and 1/4 cup of the other, mix them really good before you put in anything else
Then ad your oxide and your crushed crystals one to one: one Tbsp of oxide, one Tbsp of crushed crystals….two of oxide, two of crystal…. three of oxide……. in other words, equal amount of each, when the mixture is thick and a little difficult to stir, this is when you pour it in the molds.

Not sure what you mean by “one to one ratio of epoxy”. Are you describing the 1:1 as in resin:hardener mix? or a layering process, say 1/4 cup of resin/hardener+oxide to 1/4 cup of resin/hardener+crushed crystals, then when they start to thicken, pouring both in the mold one at a time?

This may sound nutty but I was thinking of making muffin size regular orgonite with the epoxy and another set using separate muffin molds for the plaster version since the hardening time is different. And hopefully be able to compare the vibes of epoxy to plaster. Do I use the same proportion of crushed crystal, metal shavings, and oxides for the plaster orgonite as for the epoxy one?

Isabelle

BTW, I have a friend who was given a TB cast-off by a local maker which gave him one of the worst nightmares of his life and has been very suspicious of orgonite ever since. The thing looked harmless enough but I guess it was a very bad mix. Yikes. :o

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby nepipemi on Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:36 am

Hi Isabelle,
Welcome!

At US Composites, you can use the EB polyester resin which is cheaper. It is a brownish green resin. By the time you pay shipping on 1 gallon, you could have paid the same amount at Autozone or Walmart for their Bondo brand resin. They work just the same but the EB resin is a bit higher quality meaning a touch easier to work with. With poly resin, you use a liquid MEKP catalyst that is measured in drops.

Josh has also had good luck with epoxy which is what he was describing. The catalyst for epoxy is a thick liquid and mixes in like a 1:2 ratio or something like that. He’s the expert there.

This may sound nutty but I was thinking of making muffin size regular orgonite with the epoxy and another set using separate muffin molds for the plaster version since the hardening time is different. And hopefully be able to compare the vibes of epoxy to plaster.

I think this is a stellar idea. The plaster concept is relatively new and it is exciting to hear people’s response in a side by side comparison.

BTW, I have a friend who was given a TB cast-off by a local maker which gave him one of the worst nightmares of his life and has been very suspicious of orgonite ever since. The thing looked harmless enough but I guess it was a very bad mix. Yikes. :o

It is possible that it wasn’t bad orgonite but that he had not acclimated to the piece yet.

Best regards to you!
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Sat Jul 03, 2010 8:21 am

Hello Nepi good morning and good morning Isabelle
The price that you have looked at is correct except that when it quoted the price for one gallon; it is one gallon of each, hardener and epoxy, so you would get 2 gallons for that price, the same for the 10 gal deal, you would get 20 gallons for that price ($ 498), this is the kind of epoxy where the amount of hardener and epoxy are the same.
Mixing the epoxy, measure equal amount of hardener and epoxy (one to one ratio)
Mix thoroughly
Ad your oxide and crushed crystals
When it is thick pour it in the molds
One of the benefit that I find with this (one to one thick epoxy 150) is that it gives me a long time to work, because according to the temperature it will take 8 to 12 hours to harden, Some of the polyester resin will harden within a half hour
For the plaster you use only some crushed crystal, plaster and water, no metal ( or just a pinch of copper powder but not no necessary)and it will harden within a half hour
For the Orgonite you use resin, metal and crystal
Hope this is of help
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:44 pm

now for another newbie’s question … are these charged after they’re made, or is it the combo of what they’re made of that has the charge?
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:35 pm

Hello Sacred
You can charge your devices as they are hardening to sit whatever intentions you like, or frequencies, or sounds, but as you work with the Orgonite you find a degree of consciousness in it that quite unusual: it will respond to your intents, for example if you find yourself in a situation where you need a lot of Orgonite and you do not have enough with you, may be just one piece, you can ask the Orgonite to link it self with of the other Orgonites creations in the world and you will have just that , you see they are all connected in a real way, as well you can ask your Orgonite to turn it self off and it will do that, so you have with the Orgonite a device that is very conscious on many levels
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Mon Jul 05, 2010 4:03 pm

Help, please. I’ve made 2 plasterite items – a pyramid and a larger piece in a glass vase about 19cm (7.5in) high. The good news… the pyramid demoulded quite easily. The bad news? I cannot get the plasterite out of the vase which has cracked despite being made of quite thick glass. Any suggestions?

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I’d also appreciate some feedback on the energy put out by my creations – as yet I do not feel the energy.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Mon Jul 05, 2010 6:06 pm

MariaT wrote:The bad news? I cannot get the plasterite out of the vase which has cracked despite being made of quite thick glass. Any suggestions?

Maria, I’m new to orgonite myself, but thought I’d share (if it hasn’t already been mentioned, and you may already know :oops: ) that as plaster hardens it gets very hot, so I’m not surprised the thick glass has broken. I used to make plaster molds for ceramics, so came across that then. Maybe if any thick glass molds were heated, they wouldn’t crack so easily? In making molds (for ceramics), I’d put the plaster on the outside of the item, not inside as in making plasterite orgonite, so I didn’t have the expansion issue that seems to be happening.

this information may be extremely useless … hope not, though …

I like the energy of the one that is out of the mold … it feels clear and clearing …

& thanks, Josh, for your reply to my question .. :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Mon Jul 05, 2010 7:40 pm

Steve to the rescue please :D , tell those beautiful people an energy reading on the devices
Maria T, I am have the same problem with the glasses (vases) that I have been using 4 out of 5 have cracked with the plaster inside, for yours it will be easy to undo, just make sure to ware GLOVES, the chard are long and sharp, you may have to give the glass a little help the a blunt object :D
And your creations are beautiful, can you see how easy it could be for the children to do
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Mon Jul 05, 2010 9:16 pm

Those are gorgeous!!! Truly!!! I too have broken one glass mold, uh, make that three, now that I count truly… lol :) One large one. I got one creation out of the mold, I’m using it to charge a bottle of water right now…. :) I’m not sure what my final product may look or feel like, but I just tried using my first plasterite charged water in creating a new batch. I am going to buy some turtle car wax or such shortly and tippy toe into using a glass piece as a mold. The short 4 ounce glass I used in my first try was a perfect size of sorts, and it shattered that glass quite easily. Oh well. :) Plastic bowls from the dollar store seem to be working well too, don’t require any release agent it seems.

Just in playing with finished pieces, I can really “feel” the energy expand when 2 or more pieces are brought together, often feeling that change of pressure in a room sensation, ears popping or closing. I had three stacked and it was incredible to feel how strong that was, and it was intense. This is fun, easy, cheap, and hasn’t been cluttered with big definitions yet. I could see a slightly yellowish thickness to the water I sat on a piece for 2 days, that I used in making these latest pieces that are drying. So testing just what this new form called plasterite and discovering it usages is unlimited as well.

That pyramid piece really rocks. What I found helps in sensing the energy is the brisk hand rub first, then the push/pull with palms facing, until you can sense your own energy field easily. Once that is done, just slow passes above the piece should give you a pressure or “something” to key in on. Once you find shell/field, you can tune in with hand or intention, and check out what is coming from it, on a personal visceral level with your energy body. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:03 pm

Hi MariaT,

On the vase 142,000 Bovis and the pyramid about 75,000 Bovis. This compares very favorably to orgonite pieces in the same size range. The most important thing though is for you to try sensing the energy from the pieces you make. Try to get as quiet/meditiative as you can internally and then place both hands around the piece and see if you can pick up a little buzz in your hands from them.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:56 am

WOW Maria, That pyramid photo has a glow..an aura around it’s apex. Nice one.!

Luckily, none of my glass moulds have cracked yet..touch wood ..ha

Today, just finish pouring giant traffic cone plaster orgonite…almost a metre tall !
Found it sitting on the side of the road…..bonus !
It took just over 20 kg bag of plaster and contained many asscention stones… < the synergy
of twelve from the Book of Stones by Robert Simmons and Naisha Ahsian > in the first 1/3.
Originally purchased < expensive collection indeed ! > for orgonite but never felt motivated
to use till now. Also included 5 large lemurians and a large Aussie smokey quartz, plus a mix
many small gems / crystals as from previous post. Also some local beach sand and copper
powder. Can hardly wait to unvail tonight or tomorrow morning….still hot.
Have photo documented materials and stages to share via photobucket at later date.

Hey Josh…this time didn’t have the heart to crush any crystals…this one seemed special ,
even though I got the Rescue Remedy from Sacred.
Maybe next time …..Regards all. Yo

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:35 am

Thanks, you guys, for your comments, help and advice. Very encouraging. I must say plaster is certainly easier and more pleasant to work with compared to polyester resin, which is what I use for my orgonite pieces.

So… nothing for it but to break open the vase? Hmmm… wish me luck.

I did take Josh’s advice and used car wax and a silicon spray but obviously not enough, lol.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Tue Jul 06, 2010 7:14 am

I also Maria use much wax and release agent buy they broke anyway.
Looking forward to see the cone pictures :o :o :o :o , My cone is being painted :D , in a day or so I should be able to take pictures
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Tue Jul 06, 2010 8:11 am

Good point Monsoon!!! I meant to mention it myself, but if you look at the apex of that pyramid…… I see glow!!!! Can touch my finger to “it” and really get a jolt!!!! Way to go Maria, it came out gorgeous and functional!!! :)

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Postby MariaT on Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:30 pm

Josh, do you mind if I post a pic of a resin orgonite pyramid (it cracked lol) that I poured a couple of weeks ago. It’s the same size as the plasterite pyramid and I’d love Steve to do a reading on it.
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:38 pm

Maria T, this is why this forum is here, please post all of the pictures you want to, we are all looking forward to see your creation, thanks a bunch
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Tue Jul 06, 2010 2:43 pm

Thanks, Josh. I only asked because this thread is about plaster orgonite and the pic is of resin orgonite. The ‘golden’ pyramid was made using the same mould as the one I used for the plasterite pyramid, and is 85mm high.

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Josh, offer me a hand, and I’ll take your whole darn arm. I’m also attaching a pic of three smaller resin pyramids – the heights are around 65mm, 40mm and 25mm.

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Steve, I’d appreciate a reading of the orgonite pieces. Many thanks.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Tue Jul 06, 2010 2:49 pm

Hi Maria,

Large Pyramid 78,000
Med 47,000
Small 32,000

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Tue Jul 06, 2010 2:58 pm

Hello Maria T, excellent work, And let us not forget, this is not only for Plasterite, it is for any and all devices that have any chances of helping in undoing the nefarious order: Orgonite, Plasterite, sweat lodges, prayers, any medicine that will bring on more light you are welcome to use and post and share, and if you find something new please let us know, Again Thank you Maria good pictures of good devices
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:25 pm

On that note Josh I will share a bit about my main focus which is remote/distant energy healing. If any of you have pain emotional or physical and want to get rid of it this is my specialty. I offer 10min free phone sessions to everyone who asks, generous with my time, and very high success rate.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:38 pm

Thanks, Josh, for your encouragement.

And thanks, Steve, for the readings. Just one thing, I actually posted pics of 4 different sized pyramids (1 brass & 3 aluminium) and you gave me figures for three. Was the little truncated blue pyramid omitted?

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:46 pm

86,000 on the first one you posted Maria.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Tue Jul 06, 2010 4:40 pm

Thanks, Steve. It’s gratifying to get feedback.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Tue Jul 06, 2010 10:40 pm

Hello….here are new painted Plasterite….Enjoy :D :D :D :D

The large cone is 27″ tall and is called The Beacon :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:14 pm

:o wow!

painting the vision of a new world, eh? 8-)

almost enchanting … thanks for the pics!

I have to find a way to make one … or more .. I know I won’t want to stop at one! :D

excellent work, Josh!

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:21 pm

painting the vision of a new world, eh? 8-) OH YES, that is what she does with her coloring :D :D :D , I am only the plaster pourer, lady Catherine is the one to put beauty in all of this, all I am is the strong back and weak mind part of the enterprise ;) ;)
And yes we have found this plasterite a very user friendly, easy and non expensive to make, we are spending more on paints than the rest :lol: :lol: :lol: , it truly is a joy to make and to be around, there is a happiness about it
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:36 pm

lady Catherine is a very talented woman … and yes, it does have the feel of a new world …

I had a NDE and saw those kinds of colours on the other side .. these are ‘heaven on earth’ colours .. :) you’re a good team .. ;)

yes, there is a happiness about it … I just emailed MG earlier asking if he wanted to experiment with a Joy remedy and a remedy for love with orgonite … both are very much needed .. ;)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Tue Jul 06, 2010 11:56 pm

More amazing pieces Josh and Catherine! And in case anyone asks…

Bundt 246,000
HHG 116,000
Cone 292,000

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby MariaT on Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:01 am

Josh, those pieces are absolutely stunning! The artwork is breathtaking…
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:08 pm

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Same bowl mold, but twice the amount of sand in this one, a bit rough around the edges still, but energy sings! :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:09 pm

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Same casting, just different lighting on it.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:10 pm

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Top part of water charging experiment using two pieces of plasterite… :) Note what is on the screen behind it… lol

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:14 pm

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Shot of bottle in between base plasterite and cap for charging the water.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:19 pm

Still playing with my proportions on this latest round. First pic has double the sand in it, and didn’t stir it into plaster. If Steve would not mind, I am just curious if you could do a reading on the very 1st pic I uploaded (same mold) and the 1st from this group??? Please? I know what my inner sense tells me from the moment I made them, but would love some confirmation on which might have a higher reading, to see if I over tweaked or not… :)

I love the latest pics that Catherine painted, just fantastic. I showed my daughter the pics, she LOVED them too! I can see I must buy much more plaster and especially more paint, she has now grabbed everything that is dry and is painting it… LOL :) Hot pink is not my color, but I must say, it seems to really kick up the energy spectrum a tad on some of this stuff… Yeeee ha!

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:39 pm

Beautiful work Tony, please let us know how the water tuns out,………well may be it is turning into wine :o :o :o , and how did you do this plaster?????????????????
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:47 pm

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My daughter painted these 3, forgive the quality, battery was dying on a old camera… :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:49 pm

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Yes, they are like glo in the dark colors, hot pink, bright orange, electric blue, sour apple green…

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:49 pm

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Yes, they are like glo in the dark colors, hot pink, bright orange, electric blue, sour apple green…

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:53 pm

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My favorite, but again bad lighting and blurry, bummer! I swear they are stronger when painted… :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:54 pm

Hi Tony,

I ‘m getting 136,000 on the large piece and 72,000 on the smaller one.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 9:01 pm

Thanks Josh!! :) I’m fighting tooth and nail with my biggest affliction…. to meddle. I’m cutting back on what I think or want to do, and am just coming closer to simpler things. Last bowl was maybe 1/4 comprised of sand/sea salt mix. I know this may sound utterly and completely mad or crazy, but I think I get something and would share…. I bought some black sand at the same time I bought the “normal” beach sand, and have made a couple of the initial ones with it (what my daughter painted) but since then, have not used black. What I was going to share is this: Plasterite LOVES White. Plasterite IS WHITE. More than color, it is PURITY. I can not explain it better. It doesn’t want ugly “dark” things in it… LOL When I was mixing the latest, it felt like it LOVED the sand/sea salt mixed, I mean LOVED… could almost feel it. I added some small gemstones and such, didn’t get that same goosy feeling. Not that it’s “wrong”, I just felt like “She” wanted a certain frequency that usually manifested in something “light” colored. Now the ocean blue small gems…. ahhhhhhhh. LOL Sorry, but I had to share. There are no fumes to make me crazed, so must be something else… :) Getting ready for another batch shortly, I’m really rethinking and going to “listen”. OK, so I don’t know everything… yet! LOL :)
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Wed Jul 07, 2010 9:09 pm

Hey Steve!

Thank you!!!! I’m sorry if I was confusing in my request, and now I think you read the right two, but not sure… LOL 1st one is on page 7, first photo of something I made (had black sand mixed in), against 1st one on page 11, now with white sand/sea salt mix, both should be same mold/form/size…. I think… LOL :)

I appreciate your help!!!

Thanks and Blessings! :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:46 pm

Hi Tony

The one on page 7, 134,000
The one on page 11, 126,000

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:49 pm

Antoinette, please keep them coming, tell your dad to make more Plasterite so you can make more painting, wonderful job
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Thu Jul 08, 2010 2:14 am

Lady Catherine and young Antoinette…. excellent and inspiring….just love them.
Steve..thankyou for your Bovis readings…just as inspiring..
Pulled my super cone out yesterday…bit rough in places, but will be able to incorperate
these as attributes when painted….Used a bit over 20 kg…whole bag and a bit..
It’s heavy…I can pick up a 20kg bag easily…but this cone weighs a ton…wouldn’t want
to carry it too far..Ha Ha…..It sits drying within arms length of my computer…talk about strong orgone field !!
I can feel myself glowing…Ha .. then just for an extra occassional treat, I’ll rest my hand on the apex..
The tingle is instant but the energy goes straight to my forehead….if you know what I mean..!
It seems to be getting stronger as it dries….Synergy of twelve stones plus the big lemurians , etc seems to
have been a good call…..
Just need to work out how to post photos from photobucket account now.
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Thu Jul 08, 2010 8:41 am

Thanks Monsoon!!! My daughter has suffered from depression and some other serious emotional issues, so her embracing these creations the way that she has is both very heart warming and encouraging. I can feel their energy without even trying now, and just as you mention, it seems to get stronger as the piece dries out, at least to my senses. These seem to be broadcasting on a very high frequency/vibration…. To be honest, the more of them I can get her to paint and keep in her room, the better!!!! LOL :) Her emotional well being really seems to have improved since I started making these, there is a joy about having them around that is uncanny. She was a little embarrassed I took the pics and put them up, after she had seen what Catherine made, but I kept telling her that there is no wrong, there is no bad, when you open your heart to allowing the beauty to flow outwards into a design. I love the sound of your latest, please see if you can post a pic when you get a chance, I would love to “feel” it too!!!!! :)

Thank you so much Steve!!! It really helps to get a unbiased reading on what we are making. Your readings helped me to confirm my inner tickle. What I have learned is I just can’t always change things to make the inner Tony happy with his wild delight in “improving” upon things… :) So putting sand in does make it stronger, but there is a limit to how much sand should be added into the mix ratio it feels like.

The blessing in all of this is seeing those Bovis readings, and accepting that my paradigm has shifted again, in allowing even more unknown ways to work with energy to manifest in something so wonderfully easy and fun to make.

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Sun Jul 11, 2010 3:56 am

G’day all. still can’t post photos but I guess this is the next best

http://i814.photobucket.com/albums/zz63 … C01328.jpg

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Also used copper powder, beach sand and a heap of other gems…the synergy of 12 is in top
1/3 of cone… being first giant cone , I wanted to give it “the best”….good fantasy anyway ,, ha ha

Dare I ask for a Bovis reading ?

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Sun Jul 11, 2010 12:30 pm

Oh wow!! This high power beauty, I love love it, that giant will broadcast the entire continent of Australia, totally awesome, are you going to paint some of your beautiful water color on it?
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Sun Jul 11, 2010 1:57 pm

I’m getting about 465,000 on that one MG, nice work!

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Spirit Walker on Sun Jul 11, 2010 2:32 pm

Hey Monsoon,

Wow! I had looked at the photos before seeing Steve’s bovis reading on it, and thought that had to be a mega mother… LOL :) Awesome!!! I love the selection that you put into it as well, great choices! I’ve got some of the “ites” type, like the moldavite, and that has a very, very high frequency, and the tektite too.

Shoot, bet New Zealand and Singapore will benefit from that baby broadcasting!!! :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby Steve on Sun Jul 11, 2010 2:56 pm

Just observing/recieving the energy from your piece MG my head is buzzing!

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby monsoon gecko on Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:00 pm

This is great news….a ripper eh. This one gets paint job…not water colour though..prabably acrylic .
Next one decorated with long long extension cord…. Of course the beauty of this is that it can be made
anytime, anywhere…..have traffic cone, will travel. etc
Thanks guys…
One week of school holidays left…. then look out kids ! ..we’re gunna get Plastered…ha
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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby sacred on Sun Jul 11, 2010 5:46 pm

you’ve been busy, MG! :)

very nice cone, btw .. look forward to seeing it after its paint job .. :)

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Re: Plaster orgonite

Postby josh on Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:56 pm

I just finish pouring Plasterite, after having done a good bit of it for a few months, this is where I am for my proportions
4 gallons of dry plaster
5 cups of sand
3 gallons of water
One cup of sea salt mixed with the water
Always add the plaster to the water.
It will be much easy to do half of the recipe because that quantity gave me a full 5 gallon bucket, and it was VERY HEAVY, how ever this is what you need to pour a large traffic cone
As everything is mixing (I use a drill and a paint thingy that goes on the drill) I put in about one quart (one liter) of very small sea shell 3/16″ to 1/4″ long, I feel that it help moving the energies in a perfect Phi.
When I first started adding salt, I thought it had to be a great deal more, but it look like one cup (250ml +_) is enough
The plaster, as you mix it, will look very liquid, dont be fooled, it will start hardening quickly even in your mix bucket, so get everything prepare in advance before you start mixing
A soon as you pour your plaster in your mold you must be ready to add what ever you want to add, crystals, various stones, herbs etc…
Now dont get any gray hair if you find your self with some plaster left over in your mixing bucket, it will get hard, then in your next batch, you simply add it to the mix, no waste
Happy stirring
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