Saturday, December 29, 2018

the bubble with no name

Earlier, I cobbled together an inner assembly for a field generator using cement as a medium instead of the standard resin mix.  I guess I didn't have much faith that a cement field generator would fly so I included a mobius coil ring for backup and to see for myself how it would compare to the violet ray and inferred.

I figured cement would be a no-brainer.  Just mix the stuff and away ya go.  Easy peasy, right?  Not really.  Mixing mud is a bitch, especially if you have this kind of assembly in the center of your mold.  The cement has to be poured through a 4" area between the ring and mold and flow around all those parts.  That means the cement has to be more liquid than stiff mud.  That, and the temps were way lower than ideal.  To further complicate things, the mold I used was a plastic bucket which prevented the cement from curing properly.  Sooner or later, it had to come out of the mold and when it did, bits and chunks broke off.  The only way to salvage this project was a recasting in plaster.

And that was a unique happy accident because if everything went well and the cement cured perfectly, I wouldn't have the opportunity to compare it to the much superior plaster, in my most humble opinion.

Let me explain... When I hooked up the violet ray to the pipes, I accidentally touched the plaster top and got a zap.  That's impossible, I thought.  Plaster is non-conductive.  It's just powdered gypsum.  After taking my meter to it I found plaster IS conductive.  I tested the bare cement.  Total resistance.  I tested the plaster again and sure enough I got a small reading.  Plaster has resistance but it still lets a small amount of electricity through.  That made me wonder but when I put the meter between the plaster and one of the pipes I got 90% conductivity.  This explains how I got a zap but it in no way explains how plaster is less conductive to itself than with a copper pipe.  I mean, it's like disconnecting the battery on your car and your headlights go on.  I could almost get my head around the fact that gypsum is selenite, a crystalline structure that has properties of resistance, inductance, and impedance all at the same time and compression could create a piezoelectric effect but less resistance through an object other than itself makes my head spin.  Another thing that made me go WTF, was when I put the violet ray directly to the pipes I got a zap from one of the coil wires.  To use a car analogy again, this is like dimming your headlights and the radio changes stations.  The best I can come up with is the ray must be charging the coil.  Yeah, I know.  If you can come up with a better explanation, I'm all ears. 

Anyway... I put a few extra goodies in this thing as I was building it.  One copper pipe has concentric pipes inside it, insulated from each other ala joe cell.  The other pipe has a solid copper orb on top.  There is a 2" PVC pipe, with copper flashing for the internal metal, which runs from top to bottom to create an energy vortex.  Inside there is a handful of shungite with some amethyst and a small quartz.  The cement mix is half fine quarts sand and portland cement and a couple scoops of powdered iron oxide.  The final layer is three coats of shellac as a low density organic layer.  It's built like a 4D orgone accumulator.

Much to my amazement, the violet ray alone made this unit put out more energy than the internal mobius coil.  And the energy output is interesting.  The concentric pipes put out a direct beam where the pipe with the orb puts out a slightly stronger, more wide open field.  About 2 minutes after firing it up you can feel the bubble form around it.  It's subtle but distinct and very pleasant.
One more thing... This unit was almost complete last night when I turned on the violet ray to charge it.  It was running all night.  I woke up this morning with a profound sense of euphoria that stayed with me all day.  It was one of those days where everything fell into place with such ease that I stayed in a constant state of euphoric amazement.  If that's all this unit does, It's well worth the time and effort.  I'm already working out the details for the next one.

I'll keep ya posted.



Saturday, December 15, 2018

the new colonialism

When you get tired of driving through the weeds and fighting shadows and find yourself not up to the onslaught of being called bigot or racist or misogynist or snowflake or soyboy anymore, there's a glimmer of hope I'd like to share with you.

I ran into this Youtube channel called Amazing Polly.  You need to look into it.  This girl gave me some answers to some long sought questions I had about why things are like they are and where we're headed.  She has done her homework and gave us something to examine that explains the state of affairs we are now in and how we got here.  The first step in finding an answer is to understand the question.  Polly put the spotlight on it better than anyone else.  And trust me, I've been looking.

This video is just short of 38 minutes but it won't be a waste of your time. I promise.

Friday, December 14, 2018

what side are you on?

It's not black and white.  It's not Rs and Ds.  It's not left and right.  It's nationalists and globalists that's the problem.
It's gotten to the point where words like nationalist, patriot, and constitution, among others, are trigger words for the globalists.

Who are the globalists?  The U.N., EU, Trilateral Commission, MSM, Bilderburg Group, the Rothschild, Rockefeller, Bush, and Soros families, Google, Facebook, YouTube and everyone else who hates Trump.     

Nationalism is a political, social, and economic system characterized by the promotion of the interests of a particular nation, especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining sovereignty over the homeland.

Globalism is a national geopolitical policy in which the entire world is regarded as the appropriate sphere for a state's influence.
The only sides we should concern ourselves with is, do you want a sovereign state where you can take an active part in government by electing local representatives on your behalf and get rid of them if they screw up or be ruled over by unelected bureaucrats thousands of miles away, who can't be fired and control every aspect of your life?
If you now have the freedom to make your own decisions, why would you want to change that? 
 "If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor."  "We have to pass it to see what's in it."  Yeah... We all know how that went.  The same thing is happening on a global basis, only we can't just replace who's causing it, and I'm not talking about Obamacare.  I'm talking about what's happening in Europe and how it's spreading across the globe.  It's planned chaos designed to take all of us down and put to heel the survivors.
Look, we're all in this together but we're not together on this.  Our cultures are all changing and not for the better.  We have to stop blaming each other for petty crap like race, political parties, or gender and step back and see who is behind all this.  Once you take the water out, it comes down to two forces.  The globalists against the nationalists.  That's it.  There are no other sides.  Can't you see we're all being played?  It's simple, basic military tactics and we all keep falling for it.  Divide and conquer.  Can you honestly deny we are all under attack?   
Don't wait for a civil war.  It's here now and like it or not, we all have to pick a side.  The only question is, do you want to fight on your feet or die on your knees?
Globalists are making laws that would consider a blog like this as hate speech, punishable by fines and imprisonment.  
Is that the kind of world you want?       

Thursday, December 13, 2018

another kind of history

cement orgone bubble field generator part 2

I finally got around to building the cement orgone bubble field generator.  For reasons I can't explain, I just didn't want to do it earlier.  Number 1 rule when making this stuff...  If it's going to be a chore, don't do it!  So I didn't.  This morning was a different story.  I guess I needed to mentally gestate the process before proceeding.  The time spent figuring out the details paid off and I'm glad I did it this way.

After pouring, I hooked up the violet ray to the pipes to program it before the cement set.  The energy coming off the pipes has a cool, gentle flow to it.  Not as extreme as resin and frequency but quite noticeable, just the same.

Wanting to get the most out of the initial programming, I started to hook up the coil to the frequency generator for a double dose and got an electrical zap when I touched both wires from the coil.

Ok, there's no reason I should get a zap from the mobius coil.  The coil is made from insulated solid copper wire surrounded by extremely dense orgonite.  Although the ring itself is touching both pipes, the coil is inside this ring and is a fully insulated, continuous length of wire.  I tested it before doing anything and it fully checks out.

Under these conditions, I am unable to use the ray on the pipes and frequency to the coil at the same time without frying my frequency generator, which is the reason I did it this way in the first place.

I should point out that touching both of the coil wires at the same time will give you a zap but not when you touch only one.  If you touch just one pipe you'll get a zap, even though both pipes are connected.  Both systems act differently, although both systems are electrically the same.  I could be mistaken but wouldn't this indicate that the ray is charging the coil rather than just feeding static electricity through an open circuit?


1.  What is causing this to happen?
2.  Is this normal?
3.  How can I take advantage of this electrical jumping and use the ray and mobius coil at the same time to produce something better than planned?
4.  What if I twist the mobius coil wires together to create a closed circuit?

Clearly, I need to do more tests.

I'll keep you updated on this.


Friday, December 07, 2018

building shootout scene

I can't get enough of this film.

Thursday, December 06, 2018

cement orgonite bubble tech

I've been thinking about this design for a while and I'm fairly certain it might fly.  The medium will be cement with a few additives like powdered metals, structured water, and a bunch of other goodies.

Weather conditions aren't the best.  Temps are in the low 30's.  Not the best time of the year for concrete work but I'll give it a shot anyway.

What you see to the left is the heart of this project.  A mobius coil enveloped in an extremely dense orgonite ring with two copper pipes flanking a two inch PVC pipe.  The copper pipes have progressively smaller pipes inside them in a Joe cell configuration, wrapped with bands of electrical tape, top and bottom, for insulation.  The PVC goes through the center to create a vortex.  It's the center vortex that makes these things totally kick ass.  Adding the proper frequency through the mobius puts the whole thing on steroids.

Since I had the ring already made, the unit is based on the dimensions of the hole in the middle.  It was originally designed for a 4" PVC but that would leave no room for the pipes, which is critical.  A 3" PVC would allow pipes but a 2" PVC gave me enough room for the 1" pipes you see here.  The best part is the smaller PVC pipe will allow a more concentrated beam to blast out the top.  At least, in theory.  We shall see.       

The idea is to see if cement can replace resin for an orgonite medium and to build a unit that can take the heat of an inferred lamp without burning.  Putting inferred to the mofo, or any resin based unit, isn't such a good idea due to potential flammability.  For this unit, violet ray and inferred will be the stuff that jacks it up.  The coil is just there for backup and to see if cement could be an effective medium density orgonite for a ring like this.

I should have this together by the weekend.  Stay tuned.