Monday, April 25, 2016

muilti-core field generator test

 It doesn't look like much but the unit to the left is a multi-coil, multi-density field generator that took five gallons of resin and a couple weeks of work.  The inner core is an elongated torus containing six mobius coils, each consisting of 100' of insulated, solid core, copper wire and connected in series, cast in extremely dense orgonite with a mixture of powdered aluminum, iron oxide, and copper oxide in polyester resin.  The next layer is medium density orgonite with aluminum chips and just enough iron oxide to stabilize the mix.  The top coat is several layers of shellac as an organic layer.  The central core is the same design I used with other units... Cone, mostly quartz sand and powdered aluminum with a mini orgone accumulator in the base.

To say building this device was a bitch would be an understatement.  In previous posts I mentioned the steps I took to keep all the edges smooth and free from voids.  Each step of the process made this thing work a little better and it paid off.

This thing rocks, but it was the little problems that I had to overcome that made the difference.  For example, after applying the shellac I could feel a noticeable increase in energy output but lost some of that when I used the shellac on the inner shaft surface.  That's when I remembered the basic rule of orgone accumulation.  Metal on the inside, organic material on the outside.  I figured the inner shaft was just the surface turned inside out.  It seems the inner shaft IS the accumulator and the organic shellac layer reduced it's performance.  After figuring out C = 3.14 x D, I cut out some metal and inserted it in the shaft.  The difference was dramatic.

Wilhelm Reich knew what he was talking about.  An orgone accumulator is made up of layers of metal and organic material with the organic material on the outside and metal on the inside.  Organic material attracts orgone energy where metals attract it and quickly repel it, allowing orgone energy to concentrate inside the ORAC.  Apparently, the same principle applies to a torus field generator.

I still didn't have a clue what I was going to do with this thing so I put it in my car to see what would happen.  I wanted to set it up to run whenever the car was running with an amplified frequency separate from the sound system.  The hook up was so simple I don't know why I never thought of it before.    

I connected a 12v amp and mp3 player to an accessory outlet and wired the mobius leads to the amp.  Since a mobius coil has little to no resistance, hooking it up to the left or right speaker output would blow the amp, so I used the negatives for both left and right.

It worked and the amplified signal put out a wicked energy signature.

This was last Monday morning.  By afternoon I got an email from someone who asked if I would be interested in a trip to Mongolia to work with him building field generator cbs to bring rain to his farms.  All expenses paid and I could stay as long as need be.  If it rains, I get paid.  If not, I got a free trip to Mongolia.

If that was all this story was about, it would be nothing more than a fantastic coincidence but there's more to this that permanently blew my mind.  It was just a few days before this I was thinking about setting up a business where I would offer my services to travel where needed to instruct, build, and teach how to do this stuff.
That thought was still in the back of my mind when I installed and fired up this unit.

It seems I found a purpose for this multi-coil field generator and it wasn't to fix a rainy day.  It turns out this unit is an extremely powerful succor punch capable of picking up a thought, interpret it as intent and instantly manifest that thought into reality.

I decided to shut the unit down and accept that the experiment was a success.

What would YOU do with one of these?  

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

multi-coil field generator update

 Can you see any difference between the two pics on the left?  Take a closer look.  These are two pictures of the same multi-coil field generator I was working on for the past couple weeks, taken about a week apart.

The one on top was in the process of end ring installation and removing the edges.  Some of the voids were filled with auto body filler but it still had a few cracks from curing.  The wires connect it to a frequency generator set at 15Hz.  At this point I was beginning to think that 600' of wire and five gallons of resin and a weeks labor was for nothing, because that's all that came out of this thing... Nothing!  Getting a little disappointed here, but this unit was far from done.  I still had to make a central core and I was pretty sure a proper core would make it fly.
The pic on the left is the result of taking a grinder to the edges, sandpaper to the sides, auto body filler to the cracks and voids, and a couple layers of shellac as a sealant. 

Pumping 15Hz through the cleaned up version put out some wicked energy after taking a couple minutes to charge.  I mean, hair standing on the back of your hand with that electric ants crawling energy signature these things are known to have.  Only this one doesn't have a central core to translate the energy.  Yeah, it's THAT powerful. 

Unlike the other field generators I built, I took great precautions, every step of the way, to ensure the inner core and the outside had domed tops and bottoms and no edges at all.  I believe my attention to detail paid off.  I felt no energy emanating from any part of the outside surface but there's clearly a magnified accumulation in that vortex in the center.  Just as it's supposed to be and just what I wanted.

This is the second time I had to fix a project with auto body filler and shellac.  The first was the double bunt field generator that was just short of a nightmare to build.  Same scenario... Cracks, voids, sharp edges and when those were repaired and a couple coats of shellac, the thing damn near took off by itself.  The unique shape of a bunt cake pan, if you ever studied one, shows an accurate representation of how the energy flows around these things and concentrates them in the center vortex.  By removing the edges and filling in the voids, the energy was not only allowed to flow unobstructed, it was directed by the peaks and valleys from the bunt cake mould.  I guess this was just nature's way of getting me to repeat the experiment without having to go through all that bunt cake bullshit again.

Now that I know I'm on the right path, all I need to do is build a suitable central core.  I'm thinking  of a cascading density, mini-orgone accumulator cone with lots of crushed quartz and a few other goodies I've been mentally gestating on.

I'll keep ya posted.  


spring cleaning

It's gotten to the point where I could no longer put off cleaning up the garage.  There's just too much crap everywhere and it's gotten so I can't find anything.  Besides, it's a cold, rainy, spring day and I ran out of excuses.

I started the usual way by collecting and bagging trash but I still needed enough space to keep stuff like copper mods, buckets, and various bits of odds and ends I might need from time to time.  Organization was necessary and most of the flat surfaces in this place was littered with jars filled and partially filled with remnants of alcohol experiments that were too good to toss but not good enough to use on their own.  It seems I managed to amass a rather sizeable collection of feints, low wines, and tails from previous distilling experiments and something had to be done. 

I rounded up these dust covered remnants from past corn and rum experiments, sniffed the contents for identification, and dumped them in a clean bucket, added enough water to bring it to around 60 proof, and dumped it in the still pot.

I figured since I got the thumper running properly, now's a good time to test if the thumper is capable of imbuing flavor in the finished product, so I made a purée from a can of tropical fruit salad, a half bottle of zinvandel wine and some leftover rum and used this concoction to charge the thumper.

I fired the still up and let it run around 178 to 188 degrees.  The result was rather interesting but not quite what I was expecting.
After the unit settled down, I just sat back and let it run, replacing jars when needed.  By jar number 5, my curiosity got the best of me and I tested the proof at 175.  Holy shit!  175?  I mean this is jar 5 and I got a reading of 175.  I tested jar 4.  175.  3 and 2 said basically the same thing.  Since you'll get the highest proof in the first jar that comes out of a still with a gradual reduction in proof with each jar after that, I wondered what the alcohol content of jar no. 1 could possibly be.  I filled my hydrometer test jar with no.1 and dropped in my hydrometer for a reading.

To illustrate how this system works, a hydrometer is a weighted glass with readings that show the alcohol content of fluids with the lowest reading of 0 at the bottom of the stem and 200 at the top.  By dropping the hydrometer in the liquid, it will show the proof of that liquid on the stem.  Drop it in water and the stem will stick out the top.  200 proof and the stem will be mostly submerged.
When I dropped the hydrometer in the fluid from no.1 it went right to the bottom and put a small hole in my test jar, which resulted in high proof alcohol spilling all over my work area.

Ok, this is some kick ass stuff coming out of this thing.  Equally amazing is the stability of the alcohol content throughout the run.  I mean, jars 2,3,4, and 5 were all the same readings of 175 proof.  You don't get that kind of consistency from a still.  At least not from a 8 gallon still without a thumper.

Aside from the consistency, I managed to pull out almost 1.75 gallons of this stuff from a 5 gallon wash.  And this is all fit to drink without any sulphides or other nasty off tastes.

As far as the thumper flavors I tried to impart, I wasn't impressed as I thought I might be, due in part in not letting the rum/tropical fruit mixture sit long enough to coalesce.

At any rate, I'm still impressed.  And my garage is less cluttered as a result.