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Orgone Technical Bulletin # 30

started March, 2008

Dispensing with Electricity
or at least, Passive Use of Electronic Components

March 6, 2008: This bulletin may not have much in the way of easy do-it-yourself substance. It is more of a record of invention.

For some time I have flirted with the idea of making devices so intrinsically intense that it would not be worthwhile running their output through an electrified amp.

But this is the first unit that actually turned out that way. Note that it has a single output lead, front right. (That's a male "bullet connector" on the tip.) There is no input. The output is so intense that I seriously doubt that running it through any kind of amp would improve it.

What does it take to make something like this? Well, a lot of hard work, ingenuity, attention to detail, and pre-dowsing everything. And, large size to accommodate all the complex guts. The base alone is 2.5" tall and 8" wide. The huge stone is not the reason for the intensity. One can have tremendous power, yet still require amplification for optimum intensity.

Or does it take large size? A couple days ago I started dowsing and diagramming out an "electronic" but actually electrically passive circuit. I created it on paper. Then today, I built it.

This box contains no batteries. It has no plug-in cord for juice. It contains nothing but electronic components and a single small Loohan coil made from 13.325" of wire. Yet even not plugged into a device, it has a fair bit of orgone radiance. Why? I don't really know.

I know little about electronics; just enough to know that the way I used many of the components has no logical electronic basis. I don't know why it works.
The potentiometers are not for locking on a particular trend. They are solely for tuning the device in whatever setup I use it. If I add a component, I need to re-adjust them for best power.

It has 6 banana plugs, because I designed it to accompany my black "suitcase" that has such jacks.
The leads on the ends are signal input and output. Whereas the four wires on the side put a slightly different signal into each of 2 "infinity" mobius coils in the "suitcase". Right now I have these mobe leads plugged in, and also have the input lead plugged into the output of the suitcase, and the output lead plugged into the main input of the sutcase, creating an incestuous loop. I'll try to post a pic in a few days so you can see.

How powerful is it? Powerful enough to render all other means that I know of for driving mobius-type coils obsolete. I get that it is 2.5X as powerful as the MP3 player I've been using on the suitcase.
The type of signal it puts out is not very good for driving "ultrasound" transmitters as mentioned in OTB 25. But, it is more powerful to drive a mobius with this than a bottle transmitter with even my Neurophone GRS. Still, it is worth running the latter into 2 of the bottles. As an aside, it is possible, with no electricity, to make a signal that is worthwhile running into a bottle. In fact, I have my big unit (shown above) running its output into my Little Black Box of Doom, which in turn runs its output into another of the bottle units (of which there are 4 in the suitcase, one presently unused).

In the future, I will be incorporating such circuits directly into devices I build. There is no reason not to drown the components in epoxy.

Mar. 18, '08: I designed a couple vastly improved circuits, and am waiting for parts to arrive so I can complete one. This one puts out not only enough outputs to power 2 mobius coils, but also 4 "ultrasound" transmitters, all with different energies. This in addition to the main output and input.

So what is going on here? In the interest of spurring some creativity in others, I'll outline what I'm figuring out:

  • The type of orgone/psionic signals that we are interested in behaves very differently from electricity.
    For example, let's take a conventional radionics box consisting of several potentiometers in series. If you were measuring the box with an ohmmeter (which measures the resistance offered to a trickle of electrons (electricity), you would find that the resistance to the flow of electrons is increased or reduced by the dial settings. But psionic energy is not as easily impeded by thin insulative or resistive materials as low-voltage electricity is. Turning the dials does not squeeze off the flow of this energy, it merely tunes it, much as I can tune a sandwicher setup (OTB 28) by rotating discrete disks against each other.

  • Many electronic components produce significant levels of scalar output (or whatever you want to call it), even all by themselves with no inputs. Potentiometers, germanium diodes, bridge rectifiers, crystals; the list goes on and on.

  • If a person has successfully developed the intuitive/dowsing skills to prefabricate their powerful orgone devices in their mind or on paper, then they may find that they can incorporate electronic components into the mix. It's not just about stones, metals, powders, bottles, coils, etc. anymore.

  • Ergo, what I'm advocating in this bulletin probably has about nothing to do with conventional notions of electricity. I am presently working on a very complex circuit, though circuit is a misnomer, as, after laying out a pretty decent circuit, I started asking myself, what if I short across these 2 wires here? And put inline with that shorting wire, this here switching diode? And this choke coil? Oooh, a capacitor of the right value, placed between here and here...
    Gosh, better short these 2 here as well, with, lessee, a Loohan coil and a resistor... And here, maybe I can hook up 2 of the wires to this transistor to short these other lines here, then take the 3rd transistor wire and connect it across that wire there... but first another choke coil.
    Aah, but now that I've made these changes (on paper), that changes the whole mess. Now, this spot over here is crying out for an infrared emitter. And that spot needs a resistor. Damn, it's getting intense.
    You get the drift.

    Mar. 27, '08: This second unit is a major embellishment of the first. It required 15 Loohan coils, so I put them in neat rows on perf board then ran the other stuff to them.

    Since I'm a swell guy, I neatly laid everything out and labeled it so anyone of average intelligence can easily duplicate this.

    Here is the finished unit, in a see-thru box (from camping or fishing dept. at Walmart). I forgot to take a pic of the bottom which shows the coils and board.
    Having the knobs easily accessible is important, I found, as I realized they should be tuned frequently if convenient. Stuff changes, especially when addressed by strong orgone, and for best effect, tuning is desirable.

    Here it is connected by cords to the rear jacks of of the black suitcase unit. Those 2 RCA jacks you see are auxiliary, and not used in this pic.
    All in all, there are 6 such jacks, as well as 2 uniwire jacks for inputs into 2 sensitive parts of the guts, as well as 1 uniwire output. Two of these RCA jacks carry the 4 signals into the "ultrasound" transmitters.

    I had to have a hinged box so I can stuff it with schtuff. Except for the 2 pouches with rocks, this stuff is silicone-glued or taped in place.
    That's my little black box of doom in front.

    Ewww, what is that in the upper left?

    I thought you might ask. The unit needed the energy of the grid program (OTB 27) but each person can only have 1 copy of it, and mine is in my vehicle lately. I would have to make one attuned to an ally instead.
    Suddenly I remembered I had 2 light smoky Vogel-cut crystals I'd gotten a good price on years ago. They would be perfect. Though a quality crystal is not necessary for this program, sometimes very fine programs will benefit from fine crystals.

    I had Pitwexin program them for 2 of my dearest astral allies, Lula1 and Lula6, and I wrapped them in an infinity mobe and siliconed them in place. They do some serious work.
    For these ladies, the appropriate companion stones are green aventurine.

    But I digress. This unit has some wild energy. I had my allies do the programming.

    Ironically, I recently upgraded an electrified amp, per my recent amendment to OTB 25, and if I plug it in to this unit, it does make it a lot more powerful even.

    July 18, '08: Yet, now my favorite grid-blasting array has nothing running on electricity but 2 flashing LEDs.

    On another subject, here's a pic of that unit mentioned near the top of the page. I had said that it was 2.5X as good as my MP3 player, and was impressed.
    Well, it gets a lot wilder. I had had that unit sitting around gathering dust for months, but today I opened it back up an added 3 more electronic components, and merely thereby, I improved the power 40X! Then I programmed the components, and brought that up to 44% total improvement.

    April 12, '09: "Dispensing with Electricity" is actually not the best title for this OTB. "Passive Use of Electronic Components" would be more like it, so I just added that as a subtitle.
    In actual practice, I am finding that usually I still use at least an LED or two in a fancy project containing passive electronic components, and sometimes still a 555 timer or amp. I dowse which active electronics to use. The fancy unit above (in the clear case) is a rare exception, in that there usually is little to be gained by plugging in an amp (though in some complex configurations of this unit with other devices I have found it beneficial to use active electronics with it). See the sheriff, for a recent example of active + passive electronic components. Sometimes there is little or nothing to be done with electricity to improve matters.


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