A few weeks ago, Dave Rusin sent Carol and I some samples of his beautiful Dodecahedron orgonite items. These are teh same size as the dolphin balls that several vendors are making and Carol was quite intrigued and encouraged by the energy from them. Dooney saw them last weekend and wanted her own. The psychics are very pleased that the gems are located in each vertice of the dodec, too. Dave took a lot of care with these items and since the dolphins gave Dooney the dodecahedron technique they think the dolphins will be expecially gratified to receive gifts made in this shape and with the customary dolphin ball ingredients.
Too bad we’re not still in Florida because in that case we could probably have already gotten some feedback from the dolphins, themselves.
Yesterday, Carol remarked that the dodec shape would make terrific HHgs, suitable for tossing since it doesn’t matter how it lands. She feels, too, that the twelve pentagons will especially enhance the orgone-throwing characteristic of orgonite. Pyramid HHgs ought to be oriented according to the compass and cone and pyramid HHgs need to be set top-up in order to get the advantage of the shape. Tetrahedrons can be tossed, of course.
Dave made the molds for his dodec dolphin gifts. I suspect that the folks who sell dolphin balls won’t miss a beat if they choose to make some of them in this shape, since they’re otherwise made the same as the dolphin balls. Silicon molds aren’t difficult to make once one has a good model.
The best innovations sell themselves, of course, and it seems that Dave was inspired to make these in a timely way.
The US Navy slaughtered a lot of dolphins last week in New England, after a long hiatus, and I’m hoping that will spark more folks to toss orgonite in the sea, as Eric Carlson immediately did in Boston Harbor after the murders took place there.
I feel compelled to remind that fancy dolphin gifts are best tossed when one has gotten the attention of dolphins. They seem to have a way of keeping things like this and we know they appreciate special, personal gifts. I assume that one will know to carry a half dozen of the fancy gifts along with hundreds of TBs on an ocean-gifting run.
Maybe this will be the year when several folks will gift from cruise ships that travel through HAARPicane-generating waters, especially the North Pacific , offshore from Southern Mexico and, now, the North Atlantic. In that case, the gifters ought to take along some dolphin gifts with their TBs, I think. One is likely to interact with whales along the way in this case.
Thanks, Dave! Great job!