• How do you make one of these Orgone energy devices?

    With all of the fantastic capabilities attributed to Orgone energy, i assumed they would require either significant cost, complexity or both in order to build one. I was an engineer (in one of my previous professions) so I went looking for schematics for an Orgone device. What I found was more like advice. I decided to build an Orgone energy emitter… a kind of “life force ray”, and test it on some of my plants.

    Here are some “rules”, or “standards” for making an Orgone emitter.

    • The body of the device should be made from equal amounts of organic and inorganic materials.
      • The organic material is typically polyester resin (yep, polyester resin is organic).
        • Some people add a little sawdust to the resin to increase the device’s organic life force.
      • The inorganic metal is usually a bunch of metal shavings.
        • It doesn’t seem to matter what kind of metal… brass, copper, aluminum. Aluminum seems to be the easiest and least expensive if you’re buying it on the internet.
    • Quartz crystal(s) are added to the device when the resin is poured. The quartz doesn’t have to be of a very high quality or shape.
    • Copper loops, toroids, stars, flowers, or other shapes are added to the device to collect and conduct the energy from the crystals and from the device as a whole.
      • Pipes are sometimes placed vertically into the top of the device in order to provide a conduit from the inside of the device to the somewhat distant (cell phone tower, clouds, ?) exterior. Longer pipes seem to imply longer range.
    • Colors… many builders add color to clear resins to make them more aesthetically pleasing.  There doesn’t seem to be a functional purpose for color.
    • Positive energy of the builder is sometimes listed as a component of the device. When building an orgone energy device, many people say you should do so with positive intent, and infuse that energy into the device.
  • Gather the Parts

    here is what my pile of parts looks like. It includes…

    • Resin & Catalyst
      • Resins are fairly expensive. The clear resins you get at a typical hobby shop like Michaels or Hobby Lobby make for a very nice looking orgone device, but are very expensive. You can usually get coupons at these places for anywhere between 40% and 60% off. Bondo works just as well and costs a lot less than clear polyster resin (see Harbor Freight), but isn’t clear, it’s an opaque pinkish color.
    • Brass shavings
      • It’s relatively easy to find brass, copper, and other metal shavings on Etsy, eBay, or other Internet markets. The prices vary quite a bit. You could also used cut-up beer cans, tinfoil, or other metals found around the home. I haven’t found a site that discusses orgone devices that says it matters what kind of metal is used.
    • Quartz crystals
      • I found my quartz crystals online at eBay. The prices and varieties vary a lot among vendors. I’ve also found nice quartz pieces at local rock shops, at prices that are as good or better than you can find on the Internet… plus, you get to see the exact stones you’ll be getting if you pick them out yourself. 
    • Copper wire
      • I just strip electrical wire that I find in my garage.
    • Copper pipe
      • I bought a ten-foot long piece of 1/2″ copper pipe at Home Depot for less than $10.
    • Copper fittings
      • I got four of these at Home Depot for about 50 cents apiece.
    • Cardboard Box (hold up the pipes while resin sets)
    • 2 Plastic containers (1)device mold and (2) mixing container. 
      • Take-out soup containers, tupperware, and other slick plastic tubs work well with resins… they don’t stick. You can use car wax to help ensure you can remove the device from the mold.
    • Stirrer… something stout enough to stir the resin/catalyst/metal mixture.
  • Mixing the Resin and Brass

    I put some of the brass shavings into the mold (take-out soup container) to fill the mold to about the height of the finished orgone device…

    Then I guessed about how much resin I would need to cover the brass… not really the best way to do this, but that’s what I did this time.

    I added the catalyst to the resin (about 20 drops), and then poured it into my mold and stirred the resin and brass shavings for a few minutes.

  • Adding the Embellishments

    I made a copper wire loop based on one that I found on the Internet. I also picked out about 5 crystals from a bag of cheap quartz that I found on the Web. The crystals are about 1/4″ in diameter and 1 1/2″ long with a single point.

    I put the copper wire loop in first, then I laid the crystals in the resin like spokes in a wheel. All of this just sank and disappeared into the resin.

  • Curing the Device

     I cut three holes that are a little smaller than the 1/2″ copper pipe in the side of the box and got a couple of wood blocks to hold the mold up where the pipes would be at the right depth. I did put 1/2″ pipe fittings on the ends of the pipes so the fittings are stuck, but the pipes can be removed if desired.

    It took about 1 1/2 hours for the device to cure/dry to where it could be removed from the mold. It was still a little tacky, but it could be handled. I took the pipes out while it was drying to avoid banging a pipe that might crack the resin. 

  • The Finished Device

     It’s not the most beautiful work of art, but the orgone emitters are supposed to be more functional than decorative. You can see the brass shavings through the resin, a little. If you turn it upside down, you can see the brass a lot better. 

  • Testing the Orgone Energy Device

    I, like everyone else who has heard about Orgone Energy, want to know if and how this stuff works. There are some excellent publications that show orgone energy is beneficial to the sprouting and growth of plants. I’m going to use a little less vigor in my test. I’m going to just put the two plants on a small table, put two similar plants on the table with a bit of distance between them, and photograph the results to see if there is a difference.

  • Experiment:

    As a licensed Industrial Hemp Farmer in Tennessee, I have an interest in growing the biggest, nicest, most healthy industrial hemp plants that can be grown. I selected two of these plants, both “Sweets” varieties that are as close to the same size and shape as I could find in my current crop. These plants were cloned from a mother plant on September 20 and they are currently 40 days “old”. 

    The Orgone device is directly under the plant on the left. The plant on the right is the control. 

    November 30, 2018

    All Plants will receive the same amount of water and fertilizer and light. I will probably have to replace the light with something a bit more robust. You’ll see the difference in subsequent pictures.

    December 6, 2018


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