Thanks a lot for reporting this, D–When I showed it to Carol, she said, ‘The Sylphs really like that device!’ and it made me want to get back to experimenting with vortex creation, which we pretty much quit doing when we went to Florida to stop the hurricane assaults in 2005. I still have the parts that I made for a floating, rotating icosahedron with orgonite and a big piece of obsidian, powered by a simple electric pump in the flotation tank.
I encourage everyone to do D’s experiment, though. I think it’s more empowering than the ice tray experiment with the climbing stalagmites . It’s certainly not a substitute for the infantry (towerbusting) work but it makes life sweeter, I think, and if the Sylphs enjoy it so much, imagine what it’s doing for the area around the device.
Our initial estraordinary experiment was to rotate a small pyramid just under a larger pyramid while sitting inside the latter, just under the little rotating one. A claim had been made that this alters time inside the big pyramid and our experiment with identical watches bore that out; time slowed down a bit inside. It also felt pretty terrific. I used a rotation mechanism that I bought in a new age book store for that one.
Later, we made an orgonite tetrahedron and set it rotating under the apex of the same pyramid with a stepped-down electric motor that rotated the device much faster than the previous experiment. Carol observed that it was creating a massive positive vortex that took in a big part of the town. It seemed evident to both of us that peoples’ countenances within that vortex were happier; brighter. The motor blew out after a couple of days, unfortunately, so I replaced it with a rotisserie motor and added a radionics witness to the rotating tetrahedron, being mindful to spend a moment or two with it each day to keep the radionics in play.
My witness image for that experiment was an altered backside of Great Seal of the United States (the one with the creepy pyramid and reptile eye) and I had changed the text of that logo to ‘Anuit Mortis Novus Ordo Seclorum’ (‘Announcing the death of the new secular order’) . A couple of months later (late 2004) it became evident to some of us that the Chinese had taken the upper hand and were then more powerful than the City of London in world economic and political affairs. The American banking and money system has been run from London since Lincoln’s time, of course. I can’t say that our radionics experiment thus prevented the neocons from achieving WWIII but I’m confident that it helped. Neocons are not pragmatic; they’re bloodthirsty and the bornagain chumps and Zionists are their enablers. China’s nasty but pragmatic regime is mandated to keep increasing world trade in order for that regime to survive. War is counterproductive for them and so is sabotaging the West’s economy, obviously. The West is their cash cow but they obviously want the NSA and other sewer rat agencies to keep the PJ folks (always the vast majority in the population) willfully stupid and complacent, meanwhile. That seemed obvious to many of us from the start.
I tried and tried to convince people to start a research forum for stuff like this but nobody has taken responsibility for it, so most of these subtle energy pursuits are still the domain of Google/NSA’s darlings who seem deeply committed to seducing people away from busting towers and to spin their wheels with mysticism and self indulgence. I used to call it metaphysical masturbation. Theosophy became a primary brainwashing belief paradigm in the West to keep millions of faux-awake people from actually doing anything worthwhile on their way to ‘becoming God.’ I think Greek gnosticism was used throughout the West for that purpose, before, and theosophy is simply the newer, more effective model of luciferic (profound self indulgence) indoctrination.
Some of the experimental work with orgonite is simply fun to do and empowering when we pay attention and I think this forum has grown beyond the risk that bringing up such subjects will stampede people into chest pounding and sycophancy. D’s got the proper attitude about keeping the focus on pulling the death-energy rug out from under the enemy with proper field work and he did a phenomenal and thorough job on Reunion Island during the years he lived there.
I think it’s good to mention Constable’s work in this context because he was generating rainfall with simple, rotating 3D geometric shapes, I think made of sheetmetal, on the deck of a ship before he started doing it with Reich-style cloudbusters and he even caused rain on the leeward side of the mountains in Oahu by flying toward those mountains with a simple hollow tube, mounted longitudinally to the wing struts of the plane. The leeward side of those mountains is nearly a desert because the windward side catches nearly all of the rain that comes from the sea on the tradewinds. Trevor Constable has always condemned our work, presumably because he never experimented with it and perhaps because he feels we’re invading his turf but I think credit is always due to pioneers. Karl Welz’s orgonite-based radionics device with the twelve frequency transmitters around it might be the best in the world and it certainly seems inspired to me. I don’t feel particularly disturbed that he also condemns our work because there’s plenty of evidence, by now, that our conservative claims for field orgonite are valid. He might still be sore about my publishing the constituents of orgonite in 1998. He gave me one of his little hand-held orgonite devices when I visited him in Atlanta in 2003 and we parted on friendly terms, then.