Sunday, September 29, 2019

bubble twins 2

I finished building the twin bubbles and had them on violet ray and inferred for eleven days to fully charge them.  The original plan was to stack them top to top with a 1" coupler holding them together.  After some thought, I decided a spark gap might be a better idea so I made a separator out of 4" PVC and cut out a section to observe the gap.  The one quarter inch gap was too much for the violet ray to make it spark so I temporarily added a paper clip to close the gap a bit.

Worked like a charm.  The energy output was real nice, and the space between the two bubbles was especially energetic and euphoric. 

Remember, I had an orgone mobius coil in each one of these units to use in place of the violet ray.  I wasn't expecting much when I hooked up 33.33 kHz to the bottom bubble.  I figured the cement MIGHT react like medium density orgonite but I didn't put much hope in it.  Holy shit!  This thing took off in a big way.  It instantly created a bubble field around the piece that was noticeably stronger than the ray alone.  The big surprise came when I tried to put my hand between the two.  The energy field was so strong it threw me back.  Not from any kind of discharge but the totally unexpected amount of energy this thing was putting out.  That was frequency going to one bubble.  I wonder what both hooked to frequency was like.  Equally surprising, no difference in energy output.  Hmmm....

This is a good thing.  It means I don't have to use the AC violet ray to run this unit.  I can hook up a 12v frequency generator with solar panels to keep it running indefinitely and take readings from the mobius wires connected to the other bubble, or hook it up to another unit, daisy chain style.

What have I learned so far?  I learned that cement laced with metal particles can act the same as medium density orgonite, if not better, at a fraction of the cost.  It doesn't take a giant mobius coil surrounded by extremely high density orgonite to get a big effect.  In this case, as far as orgonite mobius coils go, it seems smaller might be better.  That alone can save hundreds of dollars and radically decrease the time it takes to make a coil.  I could make a dozen in an hour or so.  

The next phase is parabolic mirrors, top and bottom, to create a close loop system.

I'll keep ya posted.


Thursday, September 26, 2019

Sunday, September 22, 2019

goodby summer. hello fall

It's the last day of summer.  Perfect for the last time I'll eat sweet corn this year. 

I'm really picky about corn, too.  It has to be cooked up as soon as it's picked or the flavor goes.  This corn was picked 20 minutes ago.  I only get corn at this one farmers market that picks as needed.  As soon as we pulled in, the truck pulled in with a load of corn and a couple guys to unload.  I got the first half dozen.  I also picked up a spaghetti squash and a kohlrabi.  Total cost - $7.

Say what you want about cooking corn in sugar and butter, or some other recipe from people who buy corn wrapped in plastic and Styrofoam.  That's for day old stuff.  This here is the stuff farmers eat.

Later, I'll find some pumpkins to turn into brandy.  Yeah baby, I love this time of year.

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Thursday, September 19, 2019

bubble twins

Last month I put together a bubble and an orgone field generator with mirrored bases facing each other, making a closed scalar feedback loop.  I used what I had on hand, which was two completely different systems making one unit.  I wondered if this was the best architecture for what I had in mind.  The only thing I could do is repeat the experiment with two similar systems and study the results.

The other day I built twin bubbles for this experiment.  Assembly was done at the same time for both units for quality control.  In other builds I hot glued ear buds to a chunk of extremely dense orgonite so I could inject frequency, if needed.  It worked pretty good to boost the output on the last project but I couldn't help thinking there's got to be a better way than ear buds on orgonite.  I rummaged through my box of scraps and found some mobius coils small enough to sandwich between two chunks of orgonite.  This will allow me to pump raw frequency through the piece rather than the diminished sounds through the ear buds.  I mean, what was I thinking?  Ear buds instead of a mobius?  Paleeese...

I tested both units and the mobius is definitely superior.  My way of thinking is, the lower density of the cement in the bubble should stimulate these orgonite units to produce more which will, in turn, amplify the unit to a whole nuther level.  Adding frequency will kick it into high gear.  We'll see how that idea pans out.

The only difference between these two pieces is the internal violet ray electrodes.  One unit is steel wool and the other is copper mesh.  I figure, as long as I'm working with twin units I may as well include one difference to see which material is better or if there's no difference at all.

Metallic spray paint has metal particles small enough to go through the spray orifice.  Particles that small need to be at the base and a couple squirts of metallic spray paint is a no-brainer.  I had to use something that would stay put, otherwise the cement would knock it out of place at the first pour.  I also added a pinch of powdered copper to the paint before it dried.

The cement mixture is a Portland cement/sand mixture because Portland is hard to find around here.  The only Portland cement I found was at my local hardware store, hard as a rock and totally useless.  I'm not sure of the cement/sand proportion but this will have to do.  The mix also includes aluminum chips and brass key dust in progressively lower densities and topped with plaster and glue to make the plaster more durable.

 The violet ray and inferred have been on these for two days.  They won't be ready for another week but that gives me time to locate a couple satellite dishes and adhesive Mylar to complete this project.

I'm still undecided if I should connect the two units pipe to pipe or if I should leave a gap, Lakhovsky style.

I'll keep ya posted. 

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Friday, September 06, 2019

the traitor is the plague

A nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and he carries his banners openly against the city.

But the traitor moves among those within the gates freely, his sly whispers rustling through all alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself.

For the traitor appears no traitor; he speaks in the accents familiar to his victim, and he wears their face and their garments and he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men.

He rots the soul of a nation; he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city; he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be feared. The traitor is the plague.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Wednesday, September 04, 2019

my hot dog has a first name

I love a good hot dog.  So, it stands to reason, my quest this summer was to find the best hot dog.  Not an easy task, as I soon found out.  Unlike aspirin, not all hot dogs are alike.  Each hot dog maker has their own recipe and process and fans of a particular hot dog are convinced theirs is the best.  A good place to start is to ask around and take it from there.  I soon found out that most people have no sense of taste and wouldn't know a good dog from a bad one, so my quest relied on direct involvement.

I must've grilled hundreds of hot dogs since April and the best ones were mediocre, at best.  Some were just, plain revolting.  A very few became favorites and in between my hot dog experimentation I'd consider these as my go to dogs.
It was always a tossup between Berks and Ballpark as to which one had the best taste, look, and plumping effect and I was ready to settle on these just to end this silly quest.

I needed to stock up and found what I considered to be a good deal.  5 lbs. of Berks grill hot dogs for five bucks and change.  Are you shitting me?  I scrutinized the ticket and sure enough, these dogs were a buck a lb.  An 8-pack of Ballparks are two thirds that price.  I figured if they really suck I'll save them for company. 

I heated up the grill and threw a couple on.  I don't know what's in these dogs but they refused to char black like every other hot dog I grilled.  That right there is a big plus.  They just plumped up and turned an even dark tan.  Well, these turned out to be the best dogs I've had all year!  I mean the texture, the spice, the look was all there.

Maybe it was serendipitous that I got a can of Castleberry's hot dog chilly sauce when I got the 5 lbs of dogs.  I never gave Castleberry's a thought before and usually opted for Hormel or some other crap, but I was compelled to get one.  Before I got to the second hot dog, I heated up the chilly sauce and gave number 2 a generous topping.

Ok... That's it.  The perfect combination.  After spending the whole season choking down crap dogs, searching for the quintessential, pie-in-the-sky tube steak, and assembling a rather enormous collection of various condiments to compliment the mediocrity of lessor dogs, I found my hot dog holy grail combination, locally, for a buck a pound.

These dogs seem hard to find in the 5lb packages.  The ticket is there but the shelve is always empty.   Tons of other brands but the Berks grill dogs always seem to be only the 8-packs.

Ya think there are other hot dog connoisseurs secretly searching supermarkets and hoarding all the Berks grills for themselves?  Not a bad idea, considering damn near every taste treat I find to be the best seems to get discontinued real fast.  Ken's wing sauce comes to mind.  Truly, the very best and that became discontinued as soon as I found it.  Masterpiece wing sauce came in second to Ken's and that's now discontinued as well.  Herr's fire roasted sweet corn popcorn is another one that came and went until it came back due to customer demand.

But I digress.

In case you forget, it's Berks Grill in the orange package.
Can you believe there are people out there who hate hot dogs?  I can if they judge all dogs from their Nathan's experience.

bone appetite