Thursday, December 15, 2011

stereo field generator

I built this field generator last summer to see if two mobius coils in a device is better than one and to see if there were any differences between a conventional counter-clockwise twisted coil and a perfect duplicate wound in a clockwise fashion.  Since they were both in the same resin matrix and differed only in the direction the wire was twisted, they should both act the same. 

I was a bit shocked when tests showed the conventional counter-clockwise twisted mobius out performed it's doppelganger.  Common sense tells you it shouldn't make any difference which direction the wire is bent as long as the geometry is the same.  They should operate exactly the same but there's something here I couldn't wrap my mind around so I shelved this project and moved on to something bigger and more powerful.

On my way into town I thought about the two channel mp3 player powering up my single channel field generator and wondered how much better it could run on stereo.  Then it hit me.  I've been using stereo leads and connectors and only using one channel for the mono mobius.  I wondered if I could run separate channels through a field generator with two built in mobius coils.  Seems last summer's failure might come in useful for another experiment so I headed to Radio Shack with a new parts list in mind.

I learned long ago that Radio Shack clerks are useless when it comes to parts and projects but they always ask what I'm building and when I tell them I can see their faces morph into this slack jawed retard look that reminds me of my high school field trip to Danville State Mental Hospital.  I was talking out loud to The Shack's most seasoned employee about how I can use this splitter and plug it into some female connectors on each mobius, one for each channel, to allow the stereo to resonate and increase it's efficiency.  Reducing any stereo signal to a mono signal will always lose something in the translation and this should turn a regular field generator into a brainwave entrainment device.  I barely noticed the clerk when he told me what I just said was all Greek to him.  He then added he wasn't ashamed to admit it, either.  Sigh.......

I hooked my new stuff up to my dual mobius coil field generator and fired it up with a small mp3 player and the results were interesting, to say the least.  I could feel energy patterns more complex than before, despite the severally inferior secondary mobius.  

The stereo Solfeggio tones running through this device are translated to energy waves you can feel, very much like the vibration you can feel in front of a speaker.
Question... Do you have to hear to benefit from sound waves?  Can deaf people benefit from brain entrainment?


Sunday, December 11, 2011

morning epiphany

I had an epiphany today.  As I was enjoying my shower and listening to news on the radio about the front running candidates vying for the presidential republican seat and their respective plans to fix everything that's wrong with the world, a thought came to me that could do just that with no more effort than a stroke of the presidential pen.

Illegal immigration, the national debt, high unemployment, and over population are four of the biggies besetting our boys in Washington and I think I found a quick fix for all of that and we might actually be better off than letting congress dream up something more toxic.

This is so simple I'm amazed no one's thought of it before.  All Uncle Sam needs to do is grant citizenship to any illegal immigrant who pays a citizenship fee of $10,000.  10k times the estimated 20 million illegals in this country and you got some serious coinage filling the government coffers.  No doubt, many illegals will refuse to shell out 10k to stay.  Sure, 10 grand is a lot of money for a legit social security number but, looking at it from a different angle, it's equivalent to the average annual federal tax a legal U.S. citizen pays just to keep the IRS from knocking on their door.  By shelling out 10k, an illegal can emerge from the shadows and join the mainstream job market like everyone else and hold their heads up high as they hand that payroll check to the bank teller for some honest-to-goodness greenbacks sanctioned by the federal reserve to spend like free men.

Of course, there are always choices.  This is the land of the free and the U.S. government would have a contingency plan for anyone who refuses to buy their citizenship.  Any illegal who can't or won't pay the 10k fee will have a choice of three options.  Deportation, garnishment, or slavery.

Deportation means just what it says.  Repeat border-crossers will require being chipped so our intelligence networks can track their movements from outer space to make sure they stay where they're sent.  Garnishment means the 10k will be deducted from their pay checks, plus interest.  If they're working illegally, their employer will be responsible for payment.  Slavery....  perhaps indentured servitude might be a more appropriate term.  Illegals can work off their 10 grand debt by working for honest, tax-paying citizens who will provide food, clothing, and shelter in exchange for all those chores most folks would rather not do. Chores like mowing the lawn, cleaning the pool, pulling weeds, taking the kids to soccer practice, cleaning the garage, doing laundry, etc.  In some cases, getting a part time job that direct deposits the paycheck in the patron's account. Factories can use indentured servants to offset the low wages of Chinese labor and save even more by cutting all that cost for transportation.  After a set period of time, determined by the patrons in an iron clad contract, the indentured servant can earn citizenship and freedom if they satisfy all conditions of the contract.

These rules go for everyone including anchor babies and drug lords.

Subsequently, since each illegal born will cost another 10,000 bucks, the newly legal work force will reduce their population growth to tolerable levels, thus reducing the welfare burden.

Now, isn't this a better idea than Obama's amnesty plan?


Monday, November 28, 2011

portable PVC CB modification

Problem:  Constructing a complete, stand alone PVC CB that will not only clear up low level surf overcast but make it tinker-toy simple to assemble.

I'm a tinkerer, not a mechanical engineer, so coming up with a low cost, full sweep, modified, satellite dish cb that can be set up quickly, in any terrain, took some thought before I settled on being simple about it.

The platform is 3/4" plywood with four 2x4's radiating out to make this unit as stable as possible.  The low profile of the dish, field generator, and pipe give it a low center of gravity, preventing tip over from strong winds or clumsy people.  The dish, field generator, and PVC pipe is a single unit and the legs are held on by wing nuts.  No tools required for assembly.  The base, ring generator, and big pipe are shellacked as an organic layer and protective coating.  Looks pretty cool, too.

The field generator is has a few improvements.  Hell, every field generator I build has a few improvements and this one is four generations beyond the one I'm now using.  I'm not satisfied with just grinding out cookie cutter field generators and orgonite using the same formula, the same way, as if I was producing assembly line, mass produced crap for the masses.  These units aren't just functional works of art.  Each unit has distinct improvements from the previous model, which was an improvement from the one before.  I'm satisfied this unit rocks better than anything I made before in ways I didn't expect.

A friend of mine uses sand as the primary ingredient in his orgonite with powdered aluminum and just enough resin to hold it together.  Since sand is primarily crushed quartz, compressing it with resin and powdered metals should be enough to produce very strong orgonite.  And it does because sand IS quartz, and his orgonite is not only incredible but the lowest in cost.
So, the secondary density in this field generator has six handfuls of play sand and two teaspoons of powdered aluminum per quart of resin.  By comparison, the inner density that contains the mobius is powdered copper and iron oxide in a very dense mixture.  The result is a 28 lb powered field generator with a secondary density powerful enough to run in passive mode.  The torus shape concentrates and directs the energy output far more efficiently than a basic CB three times it's mass.  Introducing frequency is just icing on the cake to this stand-alone orgone generator.   

The test consisted of pointing it south and powering it up with 14Hz for one day and letting it run in passive mode for six more days.

The weather for that week was sunshine, blue skies, gentle breezes, and not a drop of rain in sight.  Rather impressive, considering we've had more rain than any place in North America since spring.

I figure if it can cure a rainy day in Pennsylvania it can easily blow away those pesky low level surf clouds that make west coast tanning such a chore.

I wonder if Al Gore would approve?

Friday, November 04, 2011

does anyone use tools anymore?

Cell phones aren't designed to hold up to abuse.  Almost everyone I know gets a new phone every couple of months, in part, because of planned obsolescence, engineered fragility, and the endless thirst for more whistles and bells.  Phones are now boredom killing, communication pocket pals that makes Spock's tricorder look primitive by comparison. 

Well, my cheap, thirty dollar, pay-as-you-go, minimalistic burner hit the concrete once too often, resulting in a handful of parts that didn't light up any more.  It's not the loss of the phone that bothered me but losing all those contacts is a real bitch, especially when you don't have a backup.  I figured the phone I found after a party might be useful so I switched chips only to find my chip was incompatible with with this phone.  After a few inquiries I learned the sim card and chipset are married and the service I had wouldn't retrieve my contacts. 
Well, that sucks!

I don't give up that easily and decided to try and fix it just enough to retrieve my contacts.  Considering these things are mass produced by machines in automated Chinese factories with an expected lifespan of a Bic lighter and a price tag equivalent to the minutes it comes with, it stands to reason a cell phone repair business is a less than adequate career choice.  I figured, nothing ventured, nothing gained and got my jewelers glass and the smallest tools I could find to perform micro-surgery on a throw away phone most people wouldn't bother with at 20 times the price.

Maybe that's what's wrong with society today.  We all know we spend tons of money on crap that will eventually break but we buy it anyway and immediately replace it when it breaks and never consider repair as an option because we don't have the time, knowledge, abilities, intelligence, or patience to do much more than buy some other limited lifespan gizmo with even more colored lights and cool sounds.

I understand the whole thing about how making crap that breaks is good for the economy but do we have to lose critical thinking and the ability to use simple hand tools as a trade off?  Can't someone build an automated phone factory some place besides China?  It doesn't have to be a big factory and you won't need people to make the phones.  What's a cell phone cost?  A couple hundred bucks?  Parts cost pennies and machines work day and night.  You'd think someone out there might give this idea a go if not for any other reason but bragging rights as the only place that makes phones in the U.S.A.  What ever happened to that pioneering spirit?  I can't believe we have a nation of 300 million people fixated on buying cell phones from an automated factory on the other side of the world without questioning why it's ok for China to have the monopoly on cell phone manufacture, as well as everything else.  Seems a lot of people piss and moan about it and that's about it.

Anyway, using a micro phillips, tweezers, and a jewelers glass I tore two phones down to their smallest parts and cobbled together one working cell with my contacts still intact.  Of course, the phone I used for parts is now totally scrap but I only kept it around just in case the remote possibility of this type of situation might occur.  Besides, the jerk who left it here deserved an asshole tax, at the very least.

Don't ya love it when things go positive full circle?

Thanks, Dave. 

Friday, October 14, 2011

it's the sand, man

I was wondering about how orgonite is like a magnet to most living things.  People, plants, animals all seem to be drawn to it, whether it's visible or not, and the reaction is always positive to those around it.

This got me thinking of the beach and how people are drawn to it.  Is it the ocean air and salt water that draws people like moths to a  flame or is it the life force emanating from all that quartz sand that heals what ails us?  I've been to beaches in Puerto Rico, equal to the finest beaches in the world and completely deserted.  Many beaches in the Florida Keys are just as beautiful and just as vacant.  I never gave it much thought before but the deserted Puerto Rican beach sand was crushed shells and the vacant beaches in the Keys were granulated corral.  By comparison, the super packed beaches on the Jersey shore are  mostly granulated quartz.

Just as interesting is how people seem drawn to desert areas.  Beaches without oceans.  The similarity between most beaches and deserts, aside from a lack of drinking water and vegetation, is the sand, primarily made of granulated quartz and other minerals resistant to weathering.

Sand can consist of anything from river mud to pulverized coral but most of Earth's sand is made from quartz, the most abundant substance on the planet and a principal component in orgonite.

In my last post I mentioned the incredible energy I got from adding sand to the orgonite resin mixture and the healing effect it had.  The life force, energy rush feeling that pulls vacationers to the beach is the same force that drives me to make better orgonite.  It appears the beach bums, desert rats, and orgone engineers are all addicted to the same thing... The total bliss from orgone energy enhanced psyche repair.

It's the sand, man.  That massive amount of crystal energy under our bare feet is what does it.  The water is scenery and the surf is background music but it's the sand that creates that addictive energy that transmutes our accumulated negativity and puts us back in balance.  At least it's a working theory.  

I wonder if anyone has ever done a study on the composition of beach sand and if the quartz content is proportional to the amount of people using those beaches.

Here's a deal you can't turn down.  Send me a sample of sand and where it's from and I'll send some kick ass orgonite in trade.  Deal?


Wednesday, October 12, 2011


I was asked to build a complete PVC cloudbuster to get rid of low level surf overcast and smog in southern California.  I decided to change the recipe for the second layer by using one teaspoon powdered aluminum and five handfuls of sand for each pint of resin.  The result was an extremely hard and heavy field generator that is powerful enough to run in passive mode.

Although I've used sand in other projects with good results, I never considered using such large amounts.  It wasn't until I ran into an orgone engineer who uses this mixture exclusively and swears by it.  It makes sense.  Most sand is crushed quartz and using it with powdered metal is like compressing several pounds of crystal with just enough metal to drive it.  When cured, it becomes as hard as stone and almost indestructible.  Sand paper, files, and wire wheels only polish it. 

As I do with most of my projects, I kept it in the house as I worked on the rest of the project outside.  But this unit has an interesting side effect. 
Since I brought this device into the house, I'd wake each morning with a profound sense of satisfaction and happiness.  The usual morning stiffness, sore muscles, and troglodyte posture from nine hours of work followed by late night cutting, splitting and stacking firewood were replaced by a strength, energy and exuberance I haven't felt in years.

My dreams seem to have taken a different "flavor" by showing me visuals rather than interaction and dialog with the usual dream characters.  When a dream morphed into silhouettes of Canada geese and pterodactyls flying in formation followed by a verbal statement, I knew I had to start paying more attention.

The word was cooperation.  We all know what it means and we cooperate because it's easier than fighting and the rewards are greater.  Co-operate simply means to be on the same page and contribute to the same goal.  Don't we all have the same goal?

The next night I was working on the cloudbuster base and saw the sunset sky that looked like a backdrop from a sci fi movie.

Is this some kind of sign?  Are dream entities trying to show me the way with a sky light show?  Did the energy emanating from this device create a red circle over my house?

I don't think it was anything more than a beautiful sunset but it was enough to remind me what a wonderful place Earth is.


Friday, September 23, 2011

beauty and function

It seems my orgonite engineering has taken a different path.  What started out as an experiment involving cascading densities and how they relate to various shapes has morphed into an emerging art that blends form and function with aesthetics.  My previous devices, built for function, worked rather well and every attempt to make them more pleasing to the eye resulted in less power.  I came to believe beauty and function in orgonite were inversely proportional and since I was more interested in producing devices that worked better, my projects looked more like metaphysical military hardware.  It was the gradation of densities experiment that opened a clear, blank spot that begged to display something, like an empty diorama.  All I needed was a little imagination and a few tiny props to freeze a 3D moment in time. 

A thought occurred to me to make a miniature WTC, complete with planes in the towers and a tiny Bush and Cheney holding a banner saying Mission Accomplished, to celebrate the 911 ten year anniversary.  When a workmate suggested the banner should read We will rebuild, I realized the masses aren't ready for such a statement and quickly perished the thought and settled for something a little less politically incorrect.

But then, if you happen to think owning a chunk of orgonite containing a diorama of the twin towers with planes and fires with a miniature Dick and Bush to celebrate the 10th anniversary of 911 is really cool, I'll be more than happy to make one for you. ($39, payable in advance.)

This piece has gradually increasing densities from the top down with a cluster of clear quartz sitting on a disk of resin and powdered selenite.  The base has nine crystals in two layers pointing to the compass and mid compass points with a citrine crystal at the top.  The energy this succor produces is strong but has a subtle, calming effect on people that draws them like moths to a flame.  Not bad for a passive device and it's pretty, too.  Kinda reminds me of a shiny, red army tank.

I guess beauty and function CAN co-exist.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

the majority is always wrong

Maybe it's the people I hang with but nearly everyone I come in contact with have the same opinions about the government, congress, the powers behind the curtain, the economy, rising fuel prices, and just about everything else that directly, or indirectly, affects our lives.  It seems every time we turn around there's something getting worse and even hard core optimists are running for cover.  Most people outside the power circles can see potential solutions to this swelling onslaught of never ending crap but the people in the position to fix things just make things worse with the only tactic they know... Robbing Peter to pay Paul

I figure it this way... When a government manages to make matters worse every time they try to fix things, it's because they want to make things worse.  There can be no other reason, unless you take into account a little known law of nature that states, "The majority is always wrong."

But maybe the common man has it all wrong.  Maybe all the stuff going wrong is only perceived as wrong by people who can't see the big picture and fail to recognize the inconveniences that affect every aspect of our lives as necessary steps in a plan too complex for us to understand.  I was once told that if we ever had a superman as president he'd never be allowed to take humanity in the proper direction because his methods and actions would be too radical for anyone to comprehend as positive steps to a greater good.

Suppose the greater good our ship of humanity is setting course to is clean air, clean water, full employment, lots of low cost real estate, no crime, no fuel shortage, and the end of all our earthly problems. 

A good way to clean the air and water might be to get rid of industry.  Full employment can happen if the unemployed were eliminated.  Real estate would go down in price and fuel would get real cheap with three billion people populating the planet. 

Sounds like a great plan if you were psychopathic enough to think this was a great idea, like the 900 smart guys making it happen that run the planet.

I guess the majority is always wrong.       

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Thursday, September 08, 2011

is monetary gain anathema to karma?

The lottery commission says you gotta play to win.  I figure when I decide to play, I intend to win.  There are a few problems I need to overcome if I intend to win the lottery.  For one, is asking for abundance of an abstract monetary concept like money within the laws of karma?  Will tons of cash provide better security than knowing you'll always have enough of what you'll need from a balanced karmic lifestyle?

Acknowledging such problems prove I'm still grounded to this archaic monetary construct that dictates life without sufficient hoarded wealth is risky at best.  Leg irons made of gold are still slave chains and they get heavy after a while. 

To believe and practice karma means you'll always have what you need and never be without.  To feel the need to acquire more wealth then you can possibly use implies you have more faith in our broken down, antiquated, economic system than you do for a time tested system that has flawlessly proven itself for untold thousands of years.

It appears the acquisition of wealth is anathema to the laws of karma.

So, how do you win the lottery if wealth accumulation is anathema to the laws of karma?  How can you use karma to give you an edge to win the lottery?

I think I have it figured out.  It's not enough to use winning the lottery as an intent, since money is an abstract and has no intrinsic value.  A proper intent might be the end result of what all this money could do.  For starters, I'll spend more time engineering and making orgnite and giving most of it to anyone who wants it, free of charge.  My lifestyle wouldn't change but a lot of people I know and don't know would benefit.  My reward would be the satisfaction knowing I'm doing something positive.

Just so you don't get the wrong idea, as it stands right now, I have all I need and feel comfortable with my lifestyle.  My needs are simple.  Some heating fuel, some gas for my car, a few bills paid and I'm good to go.  I'm no Rockefeller, and wouldn't want to be, but I'll admit a decent amount of ready cash would substantially increase my sense of security and make me a happier, more productive person.  Besides, this is only an experiment to test a theory, not for greed.  All winnings will be put into circulation to benefit others and everyone comes out ahead.  All I need is some additional support from people on my wavelength, who understand what I'm trying to accomplish.  By participating, you become part of the program and benefit from it's success.  It's a karmic thing.  Look it up.  It doesn't cost more than a slight change of perspective and the rewards are more than our present capitalist system can promise.  In fact, the present capitalistic system is broken.  Capitalism relies on ever increasing profits.  Karma relies on doing the right thing with a ten fold return.  Do unto others as you wish them to do unto you.  Cast your bread (money) upon the waters and receive it ten fold.  That's a concept I can grasp better than the IRS laws.  How about you?

So, here's the plan.  I want all of you to make an intention right now.  Close your eyes, empty your mind and when you reach that calm, alpha state of mind make the intention...

Karmasurfer wins the lottery.  Make it so.

Repeat as needed.

For those who grasp this idea, I salute you.  Those of you who refuse to make a simple intent because it might work and you can't stand to see someone else profiting from your efforts, your not paying attention.  It's simply to prove we can all manifest what we want and if I can do it, we all can do it.  Get it?  

Remember, this isn't just for my benefit.  We're all in this together.  Now, get those intentions going and let's make things happen.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Thursday, August 18, 2011

the meaning of life

The lane past my house used to be lined with black cherry trees, planted by the farmer when he purchased the property about 30 years ago.  Unfortunately, the soil in that area isn't suitable for cherry trees and one by one they all died.  The last remaining tree gave up the ghost two years ago and the bits of semi-vertical truck that haven't broken off in storms stand lifeless as decay consumes it.  I've been meaning to cut it down and clean up that area but I figured it wasn't high enough on my priority list and chose to mow around it instead.

For years I watched this tree decompose as the wild rose and virginia creeper continued to consume it until I saw the beautiful landscaping job mother nature was working on.

The centerpiece of this display is a very healthy oak, feeding on the corpse of the cherry tree, rising like a phoenix from the ashes.  The virginia creeper, completely enveloping what's left of the cherry's main trunk, cascades it's enormous berry covered vines to balance and compliment the taller oak, adding symmetry to this purely natural display.  The immediate area, as well as the fallen primary branches, developed a ground cover of oregano, chives, and creeper as the finishing touch of this masterpiece of nature.

It's not the natural symmetry that amazes me, or the breakdown of organic materials providing new growth, or even that an oak tree is growing in a place where the nearest oak is a quarter mile away.

Although I had the knowledge of how nature works, and how life can be defined as the natural capacity for self perfecting, imminent action.  Today I understand.

All life is perpetual renewal and we're no different from an oak tree.  We all have our pan-dimensional phoenix, ready to rise from the ashes, and the form it will take is beyond any concept of time-space reality we can grasp.

Can the meaning of life be that simple?   


Thursday, August 11, 2011

some facts you should know

An excerpt from a Devvy Kidd article.  These are things we all know but ignore.

"The following are 19 facts about the deindustrialization of America that will blow your mind....
"#1 The United States has lost approximately 42,400 factories since 2001.
"#2 Dell Inc., one of America's largest manufacturers of computers, has announced plans to dramatically expand its operations in China with an investment of over $100 billion over the next decade.
"#3 Dell has announced that it will be closing its last large U.S. manufacturing facility in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in November. Approximately 900 jobs will be lost.
"#4 In 2008, 1.2 billion cell phones were sold worldwide. So how many of them were manufactured inside the United States? Zero.
"#5 According to a new study conducted by the Economic Policy Institute, if the U.S. trade deficit with China continues to increase at its current rate, the U.S. economy will lose over half a million jobs this year alone.
#6 As of the end of July, the U.S. trade deficit with China had risen 18 percent compared to the same time period a year ago.
#7 The United States has lost a total of about 5.5 million manufacturing jobs since October 2000.
#8 According to Tax Notes, between 1999 and 2008 employment at the foreign affiliates of U.S. parent companies increased an astounding 30 percent to 10.1 million. During that exact same time period, U.S. employment at American multinational corporations declined 8 percent to 21.1 million.
#9 In 1959, manufacturing represented 28 percent of U.S. economic output. In 2008, it represented 11.5 percent.
#10 Ford Motor Company recently announced the closure of a factory that produces the Ford Ranger in St. Paul, Minnesota. Approximately 750 good paying middle class jobs are going to be lost because making Ford Rangers in Minnesota does not fit in with Ford's new "global" manufacturing strategy."
I have had the Made in America section up on my web site for close to ten years. Everyone of those companies manufactures here in the U.S.; more than 20,000 products. Some I can't afford even though I would like to buy them. A few months ago I was looking for soup mugs. Found a lovely collection, but they are just too pricey on our fixed income. That company does sell their products, but if Americans simply refuse to buy foreign products AND the scam called withholding tax is abolished, those companies will become more competitive and so will their prices. They will also become more available in stores around the country making it easier for all of us to buy. THAT creates jobs.

When I say Americans don't want good paying jobs I say that because I do not see an outright rebellion by the people of this nation against those destructive trade treaties. I see millions begging the monster out in DC to create more jobs, but what they're really doing is begging for their own destruction through higher taxes to pay for jobs created that the Outlaw Congress has no legal authority to rob the people's purse to fund.
If Americans really want to create good paying jobs in this country stop buying foreign products. Tell store managers you want Made in America. While you might feel differently, to me it is un-American to buy foreign products while our people go without jobs. If we won't even support real American companies and workers, what does that say about us as a united America for tangible growth and prosperity?
Sell your stock in companies like GE and others who care nothing for Americans and continue to ship jobs to India and China. Is your little dividend check worth more than the future of these united States of America?
If this doesn't make you puke, then you really don't understand the problem:
Top US senators join business trip to Tunisia , Egypt -- in hopes of creating thousand of jobs in those countries!
"McCain, a Republican, and Kerry, a Democrat, will visit the two countries with General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt, along with officials from Boeing, Coca-Cola, Bechtel, ExxonMobil, Marriot and Dow, confirmed McCain's office on Wednesday.'
"The visit comes as the two lawmakers join Independent Senator Joe Lieberman in sponsoring a bill to create economic assistance funds for Egypt and Tunisia, both rocked with popular unrest and subsequent regime change in recent months. The purpose of the funds is to provide capital to local entrepreneurs in the hope of creating "thousands of jobs," which both countries desperately need, said Kerry, who chairs the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations."
I've had two Coca-Cola's in my entire life. I don't like the taste of soft drinks and don't drink them, but even if I did, I wouldn't give Coca-Cola, Exxon or Marriot another penny of my money. Not one cent. They buy the favors of the Outlaw Congress using the money they get from you buying their products.
There isn't a scintilla of constitutional authority to steal the fruits of your labor to give to Egypt, Tunisia or any other country for "economic assistance" or military build up. NONE. Our purse is over drawn almost $15 TRILLION dollars and those maggots want to borrow even more to give to foreign countries who need jobs?
Where is your outrage, America? Think this is anything new for Kerry who was endorsed by the Communist Party USA? Think this is anything new for Juan McCain who has voted to kill millions of jobs since he's been in office? No, but with the help of illegals voting in Arizona, uniformed voters and electronic machines counting the ballots, anti-American globalists like McCain keep getting reelected.
The Outlaw Congress is now out of session until September 6th. They are in your district and you should be in their face at every single event. Every speech, every fund raiser - where ever Michelle Bachmann, Steve King, Max Baucus, Nancy Pelosi - all of them - get there. Contact a tea party group in your district or your own group or organization that you support and spread the word. Tell your congress critter that if they don't get us out of those treaties, you will work tirelessly to see they are booted out of office in 2012. It's the only thing incumbents care about despite their carefully crafted speeches about how much they care about you and jobs.
As I have written many, many times, I am not against fair trade. Here and there I do purchase products from New Zealand, Scotland and even Australia. Prior to 1995, America had excellent trade relations with countries around the world. But, the evil doers who want a one world government knew "free" trade would destroy this country, suck the wealth of America and ship it to the grotesque monster called "globalization". The solution was to drop big money into the coffers of the prostitutes in the biggest whore house on this earth who are now too scared of China to get us out of those treaties. After all, it is the incumbents in Congress that have reduced us to nothing but slaves to repay the debt they created sending $800 MILLION dollars a week to China to pay the interest on that debt.
If we do not as a nation demand an end to all those "free" trade treaties, we will, as Thom Jefferson warned, end up beggars in rags in our own land.
It can't happen overnight, but it can happen if only you will make the effort. If you stop buying foreign gadgets (which won't fill an empty stomach), foreign made clothes, tools, whatever and make your voice heard. It takes time to crank up factories long abandoned, but it can be done.
I mentioned this on a radio show I did recently. As someone in the trenches full time going on 21 years, I have spoken to literally thousands of people all across this great and beautiful land. Many people hate their jobs because they don't feel fulfilled. Many young people come out of college with no job prospects, $20- $50,000 in debt for student loans working at Staples or Home Depot (who does not get my money because of their in your face support of sexual deviants). Please don't misunderstand. I support anyone who works an honest day for a day's wages whatever their job. But, retail clerking jobs used to be for seniors wanting to keep busy and bring in some extra money, mom's whose children are now in school but don't want to work full time or students. Those level of jobs were never meant to be the level of paycheck needed to support a family.
What would those folks rather be doing? You might be surprised, but an awful lot of them tell me they want to create things. Where have America's artisans gone? There are a substantial number of Americans who loved their jobs in a factory or farming, but because of those treaties are pushed into cities growing beyond what their infrastructures can handle, taking whatever jobs they can find.
We need to bring back America as a self sustaining nation and we can through our purchasing power for starters.
To find out how your incumbent voted on any of the destructive trade treaties, use a search engine and simply type in their name + on the issues. Example, type: John Boehner on the issues. That will take you to the on the issues web site.
It doesn't matter that Rubio and West have only been in office eight months. What matters is what they won't even talk about, much less introduce legislation to cure the cancer instead of more smooth talk. While we cannot stop the financial tsunami about to crash this country, we can begin rebuilding American jobs by taking action.
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it'll only get worse

The other day, for reasons unknown, I had three unrelated phrases repeating through my head non-stop.

1.  It'll only get worse before it gets worse and that means today is the best day for the rest of your life.

2.  Don't compare yourself to others.  They're more fucked up than you realize.

3.  Thumb suckin good!

It could be worse, like some obscure tune you never liked but gets stuck there, buzzing through your head until you're ready to take an ice pic to your ear drum.  These phrases, unlike some horrible tune from your past, sound more like the voice of authority... someone in the know.  But what does the voice of authority, or someone in the know  have anything to do with a phrase as bizarre as thumb suckin good?   Damned if I know.  All I know about thumb sucking is what infants do when mom's milk-engorged breast isn't available.  It's an infant security thing, something like a redundant perpetual pacifier.  I suppose "thumb suckin good" could be an ad man's slogan for something so wonderful that it takes you back to your first experience of true happiness...  infancy and sucking on mom's milk laden breast for nourishment and security.

These phrase loops started shortly after America lost its AAA rating and Wall Street took a plunge because the retards in Washington can't get a handle on the concept of spending less money.  After all, it's not their money and they never felt the pinch of not having enough.  The only reason congress exists is to spend tons of money on everything from teaching African men how to properly clean their uncircumcised penises to supporting every nation and war on the planet.  Imagine any crazy idea to spend money and it's all been done with an unlimited budget.  If it's not your money, and there's an endless supply, and doesn't affect your lifestyle, why try to control your spending habits?      

I know it's hard to adjust spending habits.  We get used to spending what we have and when our paychecks get smaller and consumer prices go up, we rely on credit to carry us over to the next pay check.  We borrow from tomorrow and deal with it when the bills come in.  But sooner or later our debts overtake our earnings and panic hits when we can't  buy more crap.  Reality sets in that we truly are slaves when all our hard earned money goes to people we don't know who gave us all that credit, with interest, to buy all that obsolete crap we thought we needed in the first place.

We the people have to adjust our personal budgets to balance our income and spending or we may find ourselves homeless, hungry, and destitute.

Congress has no pressure to do or change anything because their actions never affect them or their lifestyle.  The nations only income consists of Congress borrowing as much as they want from the Federal Reserve, or anyone else with tons of cash to burn, with unpaid interest spanning generations.  

In other words, The U.S. federal government has no visible means of support and has been living on unlimited, bottomless credit for a hundred years and has been paying next to nothing on the interest accrued from this borrowed money and zero payments on the principal.

The big question is, who exactly thought it was a good idea to give this deadbeat country a triple A credit rating in the first place?   Standard & Poor was too kind.

Here's an idea.  The U.S. can file chapter 11 and expunge their debt to the Federal Reserve, instantly becoming debt free.  Then the federal government, and all it's bureaucratic layers and departments can get pensioned off and the states can run the show like they're supposed to.

Sounds thumb suckin good!  

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

economic parable

A Union worker, a CEO and a Tea bagger are standing around a table with a box of donuts on it. The CEO scoops up 11 of them and puts them in his briefcase, he looks at the last remaining donut and turns to the Tea Bagger and says “I think that Union guy is going to steal your donut."

Thursday, August 04, 2011

round 2?

I talk to a lot of people throughout the day about all kinds of things from the weather to world affairs.  The vast majority of these people are total strangers and live lives far different from mine but we all seem to have the same hopes, desires, fears, and an uncanny feeling of an emerging awareness.  Last week three total strangers told me they thought they were rapidly developing ESP because, for the first time in their lives, they saw events before they happened.  Others told me they recently experienced clairvoyance and felt comfortable with it.  A lot of conversations revolved around unexpected delays that slowed them down enough to avoid a catastrophe.  Many confess they no longer question the voice in their head as it gives them driving directions.  These are ordinary people whose lives revolve around ordinary things like shopping, sports, family, paying bills, making the best of bad situations, and drinking beer in the back yard.  Just your average Earthing with a hint of that submerged pioneering spirit and work ethic that makes hardship a challenge and life promising.

This phenomenon isn't a local thing.  Ordinary people in Canada, Europe, Australia, South America, and Africa seem to be experiencing heightened awareness and clairvoyance in numbers that resemble a flu epidemic.  Something is happening and ordinary people are beginning to feel it.    

It's as if people are being transformed into aware, spiritual beings while totally unaware this transformation is taking place.  Not all people seem to get it.  This seems to be a phenomenon that affects people between the ages of 45 to 65.  The baby boomers, who caused such a ruckus back in the 60's and 70's, are back with the same verve and numbers, gathering spiritual strength to spearhead another revolution for the hell of it, only they don't know it yet.

This is the generation that produced Timothy Leary, free love, Jim Hendrix, The Weather Underground, Yippies, Alan Watts, Woodstock, peyote, TM, LSD, STP, DMT, zen, est, whole brain workshops, eastern philosophy, and countless, and sometimes bizarre, methods employed to expand consciousness and adjust human programming for the better.

75 million people in a single generation, many of which had the same mindset.  That's a force to be reckoned with. 

This generation is the 800 lb gorilla that crashed the establishment cocktail party, eating fistfuls of hors d'oeuvres, smoking reefer, crapping on Persian rugs, and cannon balling the pool, soaking the guests with waves of descent and defiance.  When the smoke cleared, the boomers got what they wanted.  They ended the Viet Nam war and Nixon and his whole putrid administration were dragged out of the white house in disgrace. 

Baby boomers always get what they want, and when they get it they stop fighting.  Even The Weather Underground surfaced and turned themselves in to serve time for their revolutionary crimes against the Nixon empire.  And these were the guys who bombed the capital building and the pentagon and broke Timothy Leary out of prison.  That kind of idealism and conviction doesn't exist today, except in a bunch of people developing extra sensory perception and higher brain functions.  If I was in charge of the planet I'd be a little worried about now.

The revolution scared the shit out of the establishment and steps were taken to prevent this from ever happening again.  Daycare became regulated and the department of education was formed to control our children's hearts and minds using draconian punishments, fluoride, and pharmaceuticals for anyone thinking outside the box.  Post-boomer generations were raised to be wards of the state with as much enlightenment as TV bowling.

I don't mean to offend.  I'm sure there's an exception to every rule.  I just never found one, yet.  If you have ESP and were born after 1965, let me know.  I won't hold my breath.

So, what makes me think this transformation is happening to a generation of old geezers?

Dunno... maybe it was all that transcendental meditation, yoga, organic food, whole brain workshops, and acid back in the hippy days that programmed the pineal gland to awaken at this time in human evolution to transform us to higher dimensions, as many ancient cultures predicted.

Or maybe it's just senility.

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

trailer park earl

It was a tough job but I managed to see the complete Trailer Park Boys and My Name is Earl and I've come to a startling comparison.

My Name is Earl is a TV show about a guy who did bad things in his past and wants to be a better person by correcting those bad things to improve his karma.
Trailer Park Boys is a TV show about a bunch of guys in a Nova Scotia trailer park who do crimes and continue to do crimes.

The difference between bad things and crimes is like the difference between growing and selling reefer and faking your own death to break up with your clinging girlfriend.  Or robbing a liquor store to get enough money to start a legitimate business,as opposed to ruining a wedding by breaking the brides nose.

Earl is an American show based on the premise of a guy who discovered karma and is trying to better himself by righting the wrongs in his life.  Trailer Park Boys is about a bunch of trailer park canucks who chose non lethal crime as a career choice and get sent to prison at the end of every season.

Earl gets enlightenment while Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles get incarceration til the next season.

I wonder about this dichotomy.  Here's Earl, obviously somewhere in California, who accidentally learns of the laws of karma while in the hospital, recovering from getting hit by a car after he won $100,000 in a lottery, and the TPB drinking, smoking reefer, and doing dumb crimes for a whole season until they get sent to prison where they drink and smoke reefer until they get out for the next season.

Two sets of people in fictitious towns, in two different countries, on the same continent, with the same language, and Canada is polite while the U.S. is not, while guns are prominent in Canada and absent in the U.S.

I know this is all TV and stretches the bounds of reality, but if I had to choose between one or the other, I'd have to hang with the trailer park boys. 

Who's more aware, Earl or Bubbles?

Is politeness the fast track to enlightenment?

At least Canadian beer and reefer are excellent and Bubbles gets to jam with Rush.

Monday, August 01, 2011

Monday, July 25, 2011

some more modifications

After building the field generator to fit an existing cloudbuster with a 4" stainless steel pipe and seeing how well it worked, I thought another improvement to the pvc cb was the next logical step.

About the same time I came across a guy in Texas, by the name of OrgoniteAustin, who has been working on some interesting ideas. One of which is a copper pipe, 24" long, filled with insulated orgonite, that has an interesting power effect when pointed towards a crystal.

You know I had to build one.  It worked great for a passive unit so putting one in the pvc cb was a no brainer.  I cast a bottom connector to fit a 2" pvc pipe to house the copper pipe and ran it through the top connector to line up perfectly through the center of the unit.  The crystal at the end of the copper pipe was the finishing touch to make it work.  the 4" steel pipe did an outstanding job on earlier tests, so with the help of a 3" pvc coupler I was able to replace the shellacked 2" exhaust pipe with a 4 foot section of 4" stovepipe.  The result was rain, after running for two days.

You might be saying, so what.  We've had rain before and we'll have rain again and it's just coincidental that rain came when you ran your device.  Whatever...  All I know is the rain experiments I made were only when no chance of rain was part of the forecast and it rained anyhow.

To be honest, I agree.  Maybe it's just coincidence and I lucked out each time I ran these experiments.  But if I was compelled to set up these systems to make rain or clear skies at a time when rain or clear skies were supposed to happen, it stands to reason that it's not my weather control skills but my ESP, or at the very least, a heightened clairvoyance that guided me to set up the equipment for this particular experiment at this particular time.

Is it ESP or scalar energy?

Anyone for Atlantic City?

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

orgone field generator for the south west

It's amazing how much has happened in one month.  Without the benefit of advertising, I've had a steady flow of requests for special orders that's kept me busy for a solid month. 

I'm not complaining.  I got exactly what I asked for and my month old intention was so rapidly and flawlessly carried out, with such exact precision, my mind is still reeling.

It takes me just about a week to produce a decent field generator and by the time I'm putting on the finishing touches, I get an order for another.

The device you see to the left is my most recent project, a special order cloudbuster for a guy in Texas who wants to bring rain to that drought stricken area.  I don't know if you're aware of the problems down there but lakes are losing two inches of water a day and cattle are dropping dead from excessive heat and lack of water.  This is some serious shit.  While the north east is bitching because their picnics are rained out, lives and livelihoods are being lost for lack of a substance that covers four fifths of the Earth's surface.  Which is why I sold this unit for a fraction of it's worth, and the profits still paid my gasoline and resin costs for the next month. Wasn't that my intent with the $29.99 discoids from a few months back? 

The ring weighs in at 18 lbs and contains a 60' mobius coil with cascading densities of powdered metal and resin with an outer coat of powdered selenium in resin.  The frequency generator is built from scratch using old school tech with a constant 15Hz and a switch for variable frequencies.  The converter allows you to use house current for long time use.  It can accommodate a 2" id straight pipe or 4" thin walled steel pipes.  All that's needed is the pipes and mounting hardware.  Recent tests show this unit is severely kick ass.

Looks like I'll be monitoring Texas weather for the next few weeks. 

Don't ya just love instant karma?

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

exchange program

I've been wondering about the concept of evil and why evil people are so obsessed with doing evil things.
Take the guys ruling the planet, for example.  Are they truly evil men, obsessed with doing evil things for reasons unknown to non-evil people?  Do they get off on it like a serial killer gets off on having sex with dead prostitutes?  Is it like some kind of high, like winning the lottery or doing street drugs?  Or is it something else based on information we're not privy to?

Let's think about this for a moment.  These guys pulling all the strings have been collectively working on this plan for hundreds of years.  They own think tanks full of the smartest guys in the world working out solutions to problems we're not even aware of.  They have the latest super computers analyzing scenarios for every possible situation and step by step contingency plans to achieve the results they desire.  They control the world's media and control us by letting us know only what they want us to know.  They control the worlds military to make "adjustments" when certain government leaders don't tow the line.  They own the worlds economy, all economic instruments, natural resources, markets, land, most of the the food, all of the energy, alien technology, and everything else they feel has value.

How can a small group of people, with unlimited privilege and resources, seem to go out of their way to create such misery, suffering, and destruction on a planetary scale for reasons kept secret from all but the highest of their own miniscule ranks?  It must be a hell of a plan if millions of innocent people through history had to suffer and die without the benefit of knowing why.  I mean, do cattle need to know why they're fattened up with corn for six months before they're lead to slaughter?

I seems to me it's a simple case of non-communication.  The upper 1% of humanity can't imagine what life is like at the lower strata and everyone else can't imagine the pressures the guys at the top of the heap have to endure.

I propose we have an exchange program and allow the masters of the universe to temporarily join our ranks and live among us and learn our ways and understand our wants, desires, and thoughts of what we perceive as a perfect world.  They can go to our public schools, attend our PTA meetings, join our bowling leagues, shop for groceries, pump their own gas, shop for ill-fitting clothes at the mall, and luncheon at one of the many popular fast food joints specializing in laboratory meat and tasty frankinsalads, to understand where we're coming from and to appreciate us as one of their own, and that we're all the same and want the best for our families to progress to the highest level we can.  The extreme few in this exchange program can hob nob with the upper echelons of world politics, exchange views of current events, dine in perpetual 5 star elegance with the movers and shakers of the world, and truly know what it's like to suffer the burdens of the immense wealthy and understand why they do what they do.

Since I have the freedom to do what I want, unlike those low-life 1%er wannabes, I can say what I want and I'd rather live in a trailer park in Canada than kiss your queens ass.

Your days are numbered, and you know it.
Don't bother trying to suck up to us.  We'll just piss in your faces and laugh about it.

How do you like me now?


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

for what it's worth

Several weeks ago I fired up the Jupiter 2 and held my hands over it, anticipating the tingle as it charged up.  After a few moments, a thought came to me to make an intention to market this stuff.  So I did.  As I stood with my hands basking in the energy field, I made an intention to market choice orgonite pieces and special orders to people who could use and appreciate them and to fund research for ongoing projects to learn and understand what it's all about.

The very next day I got a chance call from a friend who makes his living networking and promoting health products who thinks he can sell 100,000 discoids the first year.  The thought of setting up an assembly line operation, mass producing thousands of these things in a slave labor factory setting, bothered me, to say the least.  It's the American dream to make tons of money, but as anyone involved in orgonite can tell you, it's not the lure of money that compels someone to spend their free time scrounging supplies and working late into the night working on unresearched ideas.  It's the art, man.  What would Van Gogh do?

Anyway, since then, I received orders for discoids, wine glass HHGs, an orgone blanket, powered succor punches, plans, construction help, and a custom field generator to power a cloudbuster in a desert region on the other side of the planet to improve living conditions.  It was this last request that lead me to a bit of unexpected information that made the picture a little clearer.

He said he was looking for the spiritus mundi for his alchemical project and thought my field generator might produce this force, as well as make it rain.  Loosely translated, spiritus mundi means the thing that connects all living things.  Damn, that's orgone, prana, chi, ki, lifeforce, the force from George Lucas Star Wars fame that the good guys had and Darth Vader had the dark side of. 
He also mentioned scalar energy and his confusion relating the two.  I had to take a double take of all this.  I can certainly relate to his scalar/orgone energy confusion.  They seemed to be two separate entities.  One, (orgone) representing life force, and the other, (scalar) representing some kind of earth energy I couldn't relate to.  It seems scalar energy functions differently from the energy we are familiar with.  We turn on a light and we use electrical energy from a power plant or other source that produces electricity that's transmitted through wires that they bill you for on a monthly basis.  Scalar energy is different.  It's faster than light and doesn't need wires.  It goes through anything without disruption and won't degrade no matter how far it travels.  It sends the exact amount of energy required to make something work.

In an orgone based, scalar producing device, your thoughts become part of the process and direct the desired outcome with scalar energy as the facilitator.  The orgone matrix amplifies the signal.

It seems Tesla's Wardenclyffe project was based on scalar energy and was designed to provide everyone on planet Earth with all the energy they needed for free.  He tested it in Colorado when he lighted electrical lamps miles from his lab.  Naturally, J.P. Morgan, the guy who backed Tesla and held his patents for collateral,  wasn't crazy about giving everyone something for free so he pulled the plug before it was built and kept the patents.

It seems orgone is life force and scalar energy transmits it.  I always knew my powered devices produced scalar waves organized from a chaos field translated through a crystal but I didn't really get it until now.

Ya wanna know the secrets of the universe?  Ya wanna know the meaning of life?  Spiritus Mundi, the energy that connects all, is orgone, chi, prana, lifeforce and it's transmitted and received by scalar energy from someone sitting next to you or a pan-dimensional being a universe away.  The big secret that's been kept from you, that you were programmed to not see, is your input trumps everything else.  You can make this reality any way you want, and if it's all fucked up, you have no one to blame but yourself.

Don't blame me.  I'm just the messenger.  If ya wanna kick some ass, go see J.P. Morgan.  


Wednesday, June 15, 2011

the constitution is still a contract

So, Obama went on TV and showed the world the birth certificate he spent millions of his own dollars to suppress.  Just as the experts were proving it fake, the mainstream media was filled with Obama taking credit for assassinating the boogieman, who was dead since 2002 and kept on ice to be thawed out for political reasons when the time is right.

Most people I talk to see this for what it is.  A diversionary tactic to keep the birth certificate issue buried while trying to increase Obama's approval rating for his run for a second term.  The sad part is we are now able to see the man behind the curtain and don't care.  We've become so accustomed to being played and lied to that we accept it all without even getting upset, even though we recognize these staged series of events as calculated to manipulate pubic opinion in their favor.  In other words, we've become a nation of apathetic, accepting, conditioned boobs who see death as another reason to party.

First, Obama says there is no birth certificate because Hawaii destroyed them all after they computerized the system.  Then he says they faxed him the birth certificate.  Let me point out, a PDF file can't be faxed.  Anyway you slice it, our president is a liar.

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”   Joseph Goebbels

I worked many jobs in my life.  Some were low paying shit jobs and some were union.  The union jobs had a thing called a contract, which was a document that spelled things out like pay scale, benefits, hours worked, what the company can do, what they can't do, and what they have to do.  It leveled the playing field and kept the company from turning the job into a low paying shit job.  It also kept a steady work force and made the company more profits by keeping the best workers.


No company wants to be told what to do, so every now and then they'd try to get away with something.  The company lost every battle they fought with us.  We were like jailhouse labor lawyers. We knew the contract, chapter and verse, and weren't afraid to go toe to toe with anyone, no matter what their rank.  We were scrappy, determined, fair, and loud but we were empowered by a set of rules and followed them to the letter and god help any member of management who broke them.


The constitution is a contract between the people and the federal government.  Looks like the company is turning our union job into a low paying shit job without benefits.


Did I hear someone say unions were bad?  You're either management and like it this way or you're too apathetic to reason properly. 


Isn't it about time someone files a grievance?     

Tuesday, June 14, 2011


In a post few months ago, I said I was willing to part with some of my 4" wide discoids for the low, low price of $29.99 to offset the ridiculously high cost of fuel to operate my present form of vehicular transportation, The Exxon Valdese.  Apparently, there are actually people who not only read my blog but are willing to purchase some of my creations.

If you happen to be one of these fine people, you can rest assured I wasn't kidding.  You'll get your stuff as soon as it passes my rigid quality standards.

One such device that passed QC is the object to the left.  I call it Jup2, a miniaturized version of the Jupiter 2 prototype.  It's also a colloquial, 2 syllable expression often used in this neck of the woods. 

Like Jupiter 2, it has an internal torus of resin, crystal dust, and micron metals of iron oxide and aluminum in a 4 to 1 ratio, with a 60' mobius coil.  The internal torus is covered with about an inch or so of medium density orgonite and the whole thing has a final layer of resin.  This layering of progressively less dense material is enough to stimulate the inner torus and allows it to work in passive mode.  Fire up the mp3, or frequency generator, or even bang it around and it's off and running.    

This unit has a few refinements such as a removable copper plate that throws the energy right out the top, a pre-programmed mp3 player that plugs directly to the internal mobius coil, an AC wall adapter, and a car adapter.  Not shown is the central core made of the same material as the inner torus encasing a 2" DT quartz crystal.  I also improved the top orb by adjusting the density and adding a vertical  DT crystal.

I was wondering about plugging the mp3 directly to the mobus.  In my previous experiments I tapped into the mobius by way of the right and left negative wires going from the ear buds.  Reason being, a mobius has little to no resistance and directly plugging  into one would be the same as crossing all the speaker wires together.  I wouldn't try this on your home stereo without some kind of resistance, but I've had an mp3 plugged directly into this unit for the past week with no problems, no signal degradation, and a strong energy output you can feel across the room.

Jup2 is a custom international order with a price tag of $199 and will be shipped this week. 
This is a one-of-a-kind piece of art that functions as a stand alone succor punch that picks up and integrates the users intentions and manifests these intentions into reality.  And it's portable.

Isn't that worth 200 bucks?


Sunday, June 05, 2011

it's just a game

Many people believe we pick our parents and potential life path before we're born.  We select the parameters, choose an avatar, and get lost in the game as we advance through various levels pursuing whatever the payoff may be.  It's just a game, and when it's over we have the option to go for another ride with a whole new set of parameters.

If this is the way things are, and there's reason to believe it is, it means your life is more than birth, death, and a bunch of random stuff that happens in the middle, like a century long drunkards walk.  It means you chose your life and designed the conditions to create the personality required for this life-ride.  You also chose to not remember any of this in order to totally immerse yourself into this reality of senses, emotions, experiences, and unexpected adventure that makes this game the hit of the universe and all dimensions.

Our memories aren't completely blank.  We might get the feeling there's something more to all this and look for answers by employing some of our boredom killing inventions like religion, literature, drugs, amusement parks, TV, midget wrestling, and thousands of other methods used to ferret out the specific information we need at the specific time to advance to the next level.
Looking for meaning but getting lost in the method.

Like the excitement an amnesiac might feel who finds himself in a situation that triggers a fragment of a distant memory, we get high from our man-made metaphors that allow us to recognize fragments of our initial programming.  Every trip to the amusement park expands our consciousness by showing us the nature of the game and how we all buy the ticket and take the ride.  It's an experience shared by everyone in the park, indicating we're not alone and it's all fun.  Computer games are a metaphoric abstract of your initial programming that requires an avatar of your choosing to learn the importance of gaining knowledge by acquiring the proper tools and information to complete the game.  Our man-made culture seems to be brimming with coded information in the form of books, movies, TV shows, gum wrappers, billboards, and to a lesser extent, popular music, containing potential clues to your very own personal big picture. 

If we designed this life by choosing our parents as our primary programmers, knowing our choice would determine the quality of this life, why would you choose parents that would condition you to become serial killers, mass murderers, or bottom feeders the world would be better off without?
Why do you think Grand Theft Auto sold over 100 million copies world wide?

It's your game, man.  Too late to bitch about it now.  Relax and enjoy the ride.


Tuesday, May 31, 2011

weather stuff

This past weekend had just about the nicest weather I could remember for Memorial Day.  Sure, it rained every night in the wee hours but the days consisted of blue skies with just enough clouds to make it interesting.  I was hoping we'd be threatened by some bad weather so I could try out the modifications I made on my PVC CB, but I guess Earth had other plans.

I worked on a few plans, myself.  One of which was a modification to my cone sky cleaner, which has been sitting idle on my front porch for the better part of a year.  It's about time for a spring tune up so I cleaned it in fresh water, dried it in the sun, and gave it a coat of shellac as a sealing agent and organic top coating.  I added some copper flashing to the bottom of the unit with the tar paper surface down.  The idea is the copper will act as a reflector to help drive the energy up through the device while the organic tar backing is grounded to earth.

One problem with this device, or any other type of device that uses pipe crystals, is keeping the water out.  You need to keep the crystals insulated and water in the pipes messes everything up.  I decided to position the insulated crystal at the top of the pipe and waterproof it with electrical tape.  Does it matter what part of the pipe the crystal is in?  Will a shorter extension cord give you more electricity?

I tested all my connections for continuity, hooked the mobius leads to the copper and galvanized pipes I pounded in the ground for the earth battery, and fired it up.

It's too soon to tell if my refinements made a difference but each day after I fired this up was sunnier and hotter than the day before and the only rain we had was late night downpours.

Can anyone out there complain about that?   

Thursday, May 26, 2011

PVC CB pipe modification

If there's one thing we've had enough of lately it's rain and wet weather.  So, as soon as the grass was dry enough, I got out the mower and proceeded to cut the hay field that used to be my lawn.  Mowing is a relatively mindless chore and within 20 minutes my mind was drifting from one tangent to another.  One such tangent was something I read about using shellac on the outside of BX tubing to prevent orgone energy from dispersing out the sides of the tube.  This got me thinking about the first and second rules of orgone accumulators:

1.  Organic material attracts orgone energy.
2.  Metal attracts orgone energy and repells it in the opposite direction.

Reich's orgone accumulators were made up of layers of organic and inorganic materials with clean metal on the inside and organic material in the outside.  This is basic orgone stuff and the foundation of Reich's work.  Anyone involved in any kind of orgone research can argree on this.

I immediately thought of the first time I fired up the PVC CB with the field generator and felt the energy field surrounding the steel pipe.  At the time, I took it as proof it was working but now I'm wondering how much energy I'm losing through the sides of the pipe compared to the orgone blast out the business end that was powerful enough to bust up all the clouds in a ten mile radius.

I stripped down the PVC CB, cleaned all the parts, and coated the pipe with three coats of shellac and assembled it yesterday morning.  (I gave a couple coats to a 4' section of BX tubing, just in case I remember what that particular experiment was all about.)  I substituted the bottom plate for a PVC threaded plug, making the whole unit a collection of pre-assembled, modular parts that can be swapped out as easily as changing shirts.

Shellac is a pretty interesting substance.  It's not only a natural polymer and thermoplastic, but when dissolved with alcohol blended with ethanol, shellac yields a coating of superior durability and hardness, but flexible enough to coat BX tubing without cracking or chipping off.  Sounds perfect for cloudbusting purposes. 

The result is a PVC CB with a distinctive orange pipe that should direct close to 100% of it's energy out the top of the pipe, where it's supposed to go in the first place. 

Some questions... Why didn't I think of coating my pipes before now?  Why hasn't anyone else?

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

go back to sleep. everything is ok

I'm curious... Is there anyone out there that thinks everything is ok?  Most people I know complain but adapt, as if they have no control over anything.  Some people know things are messed up and fight hard to correct it any way they can.  Many are in denial and don't have a clue.  A special few have the power to change things for the better but lack a plan or aren't aware of the power they possess.  There are others out there, that we don't know, who are desperately trying to fix things because they see a shit storm on the horizon aimed directly at them.

I'm of the opinion this universe is the one you created.  If that's the case, I either need many years of therapy for the chaos I inflicted, or this is all someone else's doing and these perpetrators are shifting the blame on the victims.

At any rate, it seems the core of all our problems, whether it's financial, personal, spiritual, emotional, or mental, is caused by governments.  It doesn't matter that the elite few who rule the world tell the governments what to do.  The governments are the visible means of control and it's their policies that keep fucking things up for the whole planet.

Corporatism replaced our representative form of government and the evidence is everywhere.  The revolving door between government regulators and corporations is so commonplace you can't tell who is working for who.  One day you're FCC pushing through a Comcast NBC merger.  The next you're a Comcast lobbyist and no one sees a conflict of interest.

This pretty much explains everything.  If corporations can tell the government what to do, they'll rob the treasury because the only thing corporations are interested in is money.  If corporations can make more profit on war than peace, you can bet the farm we'll be in perpetual war if they have a say in it.  They'll invent reasons for war and you'll believe it because the news media is run by corporations.  When corporations make the laws, they're made to protect corporate interests to ensure corporate profits.  Does this make the concept "too big to fail" easier to understand?

I know a guy who thinks capitalism is God's gift to America and anyone who wants it can be in the billionaires club and GW Bush did everything the right way.  I used to wonder why he chose to labor in a factory instead of being a billionaire.  I also wondered why he voted for Reagan.

I wonder if he thinks everything is still ok.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Saturday, May 14, 2011


Tuesday morning I heard the radio weatherman forecast the next two days as nice and it got my attention.  No mention of highs or lows.  Not a word about chances of this or that.  No percentages or highs in the low to mid whatever temperature range.  "The weather for the next two days will be nice."  Period.  End of report.

Nice weather is the optimum temperature, humidity, and air circulation humans regard as their only reward for putting up with the frozen winters and sweltering summers of a temperate climate.  A nice day means there's no pressure, no schedules, no rushing off to do preplanned activities, and no one can blame you for blowing off a day of work.  As opposed to the beautiful day, full of preplanned activities with a secondary objective as a day to remember, a nice day is an impromptu surprise with no future or past to get in the way of your blissful now state.

A perfect day to mow half a lawn, stack a few logs, look at the garden, and make orgonite.

 What you see to the left is an inner core made of powdered aluminum, ferrous oxide and resin, containing a 60' mobius coil.  The copper tube around it is a modified Lakhovsky coil, filled with water and a few crystals, and sealed at both ends.

Lakhovsky experimented with this coil design in 1924 on ten geranium plants inoculated with a plant cancer.  He took one of the ten infected plants and simply fashioned a heavy copper wire in a one loop, open-ended coil about 12" diameter around the center of the plant.  By two months the plant was thriving and after three years it remained a robust specimen.  The other plants, without the coil, died within 30 days.

It's this Lakhovsky gap concept that makes the PVC CB, with a simple cone HHG and field generator, out perform units with ten times as much mass.  It's worth a shot to add an internal coil to this unit and see what happens.  Considering orgonite and water have this symbiotic relationship, it's a no-brainer to include water.

The result is a unit with roughly the same mass as Jupiter 2 with an inner core 30% larger.  And just like Jupiter 2, it takes a minute or two to feel anything after you fire it up, but when you do, the energy can be felt across the room with no degradation.  This is one powerful succor and it's only two thirds completed.

What's that white stuff, you say?  That's the enamel from the angel-food cake pan I used for the mold.  I got in the habit of using olive oil to keep the resin from sticking to the mold when casting smaller pieces, but these larger ones need more than a light coat.  Casting torus shaped units of this size will compress around the center and when they cure you'll need a really good release agent or you'll be tearing the mold off with a hammer and chisel. 

Mental note...  Vaseline works.

I haven't decided if I should clean off the white stuff or take it as a positive adjustment by the Universe to correct a detail I missed.  It's altogether possible bake ware enamel has chemical and physical properties that would benefit the function of this piece, at this stage of construction.

Did the Universe think I needed help with my homework or was I using cheap Chinese bake ware?
What do you think?   

Friday, May 06, 2011

obama bin laden

Last Wednesday morning I caught Obama on TV with his birth certificate and how he wished to put an end to the silliness and get on with more important issues.  A few thoughts went through my mind as I caught a glimpse of the elusive long form birth certificate the prez fought so hard to suppress since the campaign trail.

Why would Obama release a birth certificate he spent close to a million dollars to keep secret?  Even more interesting, why would he spend close to a million dollars to hide the single most important document that identifies who he is, only to get on TV half way through his term to show it to the world?  Does this guy really feel the simple qualifications to be leader of the free world is silly?  What little respect I had for this guy just dropped a few points and I had the feeling he didn't know what he was doing.  He looked like an eighteen year old trying to pass a fake id to a bartender for drinks.

There was something familiar about this that looked like a third reel movie plot twist, just before the big car chase and pyrotechnics.  The media reported the BC as the real deal, experts examined it and proved it as fake, and the question of BO's birth certificate came to an end when the royal wedding filled the news media for a few days, just in time for the main event....  The death of The Boogie Man, himself... drum roll please....Osama bin Ladin!

No one tells the royals what to do so it stands to reason the timing of these events were designed to defuse the birth certificate fiasco and jack up Obama's approval rating for his run for a second term.  This is live political theater at it's choreographed best, and just like live TV, there are lots of outtakes the mainstream media will clean up later.  They can easily do it because sheeple believe everything they see on TV and don't remember the news when it first comes out.  It's the first reports you need to pay attention to.  This is the raw information from the original script before they edit the bloopers.

Let's see...  SEAL Team 6 gave Osama a double tap head shot, took some pictures, and his body was dumped in the ocean to prevent his grave-site becoming a shrine.  Of course, they HAD to bury his body that day so they wouldn't offend any Muslims.

Hasn't bin Laden been dead since December 2001?  This is common knowledge in Washington and an accepted fact in the Middle East but it seems a lot of Americans aren't up on current events, as evidenced by the coast to coast cheers of the brain dead rabble over the assassination of a resurrected boogieman.     

Bin Laden's voice was detected regularly until [14 December 2001] by intelligence operatives monitoring radio transmissions in Tora Bora, according to the Pentagon [details]. Since then, nothing has been heard from the al-Qa'eda leader and President Bush has hinted in private that bin Laden's silence could mean he has been killed. [Telegraph, 12/28/2001]

Ok, since bin Laden is now officially dead, I guess we can all relax.  Maybe restore habeas corpus, bring the troops back from Iraq and Afghanistan, and get on airplanes without TSA sticking their hands down our pants.  Yeah, dream on.  Osama's buddies are planning a little payback for killing their leader and they have nuclear weapons buried all over the US, ready to detonate them at a time of their own choosing.  We all know this as fact because the TV said so.  The media also told us torture, or "enhanced interrogation", got us the information that finally led us to bin Laden's posh resort in Pakistan, surrounded by the Paki version of West Point. 
Think about this... torture is now sanctioned as a reliable method of gathering information because we proved it's reliability in finding the guy that created terrorism and wrecked our economy.  The same guy we had on ice for ten years, to pull out of the boogieman closet and shake in our faces for one last scare, to usher in a coup de grace to the last remnants of freedoms we're about to lose.

When I saw all those people cheering in front of the White House over the death of a human being, I was ashamed of humanity's lack of spiritual evolution.  But then, it was staged by this administration, with the usual cast of extras and displayed by the mainstream media lapdogs, to show how to properly react when a pseudo president murders the bad guy in proxy.

Can't you see you're being played?  This soap opera carnival theater is a setup designed to lead you to a place you don't want to go.  This is much more than a president's plan to seek a second term.  He's following a script written by people who know how to manipulate the masses towards a goal that only they want.  And sure as shit, you won't like it when it gets here.     

Well, I don't buy it and if you do you're fuckin hopeless.

Please, wake up or stop voting.  You're just making a mess of things.