The Orgonite Experiment – supersize your veggies
Posted by keelynet on May 5, 2010
The Orgonite pucks are solid-state versions of the same concept which are intended to take in negative energies and emit positive ones. In 2009, I decided to find out more about how this simple composite material – made from aluminium shavings, resin and a crystal – functioned when used by a wider group of people.
Was there some person-specific phenomenon which massively accelerated plant growth, resulting in giant vegetables? Or was the motive force provided by the Orgonite itself, somehow acting on the environment?
The initial press release sent out at the end of March 2009 spread far and wide, appearing on a range of news websites, with five pages of results on Google and a Digg entry. One surprising appearance, becoming the basis for a 340+ page thread, was on the David Icke forum where people who have experience with Orgonite are sharing reports and photos of their own Orgonite creations.
Multiple attempts have been made by a few posters to derail the thread, which has now been made ‘sticky’ (i.e. can’t be deleted). Such posters are always countered with lucid arguments and observations by those on the forum with hands-on experience. These include a curious result with freezing water combined with Orgonite, producing stalagtites and highly visible vortex formations.
P Gardner, who makes his own Orgonite, explained: “The ice thing seems to work 99 per cent of the time – only a couple of occasions out of many without noticeable results. Varying permutations of TBs – above/below/both – and contents of Orgonite – types of quartz, wire wraps etc – seem to have a noticeable difference on the formations produced.”
As well as introducing people to the concept of Orgonite in gardens, the press release found its way to people already using it, giving them an opportunity to contact me and share their experiences. L Woodgate of Lewes wrote: “I’ve had Orgonite around the house for a couple of years (made it myself)…
I used to live in Valencia and my garden there went mad with growth when I introduced it… I’ve since moved to Lewes and have an allotment. I was thinking of mixing up another batch (I just use pot scrubbers for the metal) and using it in my allotment. Although armed with healthy scepticism, I have been ‘blown away’ by the results so far.”
He further added that Orgonite seemed to produce notable effects on sleep, recommending that one should “put some Orgonite under your bed at night and you will get crazy amounts of dreams… All my mates who tried it were a bit freaked out… All very interesting and I’m not even much of a hippie type”. – Test it yourself with How to Make Orgonite
Basic orgonite is simply fiberglass resin, metal shavings and a quartz crystal, cured in any mold you like. There’s no one “right” shape or size for orgonite, and its range of effect seems to scale linearly with volume, but there are specific, time-tested, widely-used and repeatedly-confirmed effective designs for both personal and field devices which have grown and continue to grow out of the steadfast work of talented and dedicated gifters from around the world. – Full Article Source
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