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Orgone Technical Bulletin #45
started July 2014

Remote Defense Bricks (RDBs)

Note: This OTB is for people who use The Committee for programming. The info in this bulletin is of no value without the special programming.

Just developed late July by Antuvozy and myself. These bricks are simple and easy to make, yet have very sophisticated programming:
  • which detects remote attacks on the user.
  • If attacks involve offworld transmitters or underground transmitters, the perps and transmitters will be marked for destruction by allies.
  • If the attacks involve above-surface transmitters on Earth, the perps will also be marked. The transmitters will be at least neutralized if not destroyed. The perps will be at least blasted if not destroyed, depending on our allies' sense of what is appropriate/legal under various circumstances.
  • If the attacks involve transmitters, there will perforce be a delay before initial relief is felt, while these things are dealt with.
  • If the attacks involve physical perps but no electronics, the perps will be destroyed by allies where appropriate. If they are above surface on Earth, they most likely will only be fried.
  • If attacks are by etheric demons or astral bodies, these will be marked for jailing/disintegration. It helps if the targeted individual has suitable devices in their own possession for dealing with demons.

You will need:
  • One mold like this: 12 Cavity Rectangle Silicone Mold
  • Epoxy or polyester resin
  • cocoa powder
  • very fine aluminum powder
  • familiarity with pouring resin
  • a good connection to The Committee
1.) I lube the mold with pan spray containing lecithin and wipe off the excess. Place mold on level surface.
2.) Pour a layer of resin with some cocoa powder mixed in. You might strain the powder through a sieve if you want to avoid freckles. I used 2 moderately-heaping tsp of cocoa in about 24 oz of resin (I had leftover mixture which went into TBs). This layer gets the Strontiim-Barium Program. Layer should be close to 1/4" thick.
3.) Once this has set up, pour a layer of plain resin, 3/8 to 1/2" thick.
4.) When this has set up and cooled, pour a layer of resin with aluminum powder 3/16 to 5/16" thick. (3 to 5 level tsp powder per cup of resin. Any leftover mixture can be used in TBs or whatever, as it can take the June2013B Program or the Oct. 13 Growth pgm or the April2014C Program.)
[Update: due to advances in programming capabilities, cocoa and aluminum no longer do anything for these programs. You can just pour 3 layers of plain resin.]

If you are sufficiently attuned to The Committee, you will sense when to stop pouring each layer without measuring. Otherwise I supposed one could mark the interior of one of the cavities with a Sharpie.

How many of these bricks does one person need? Not sure yet, but I think one or 2 would go far.

I am getting that this mold would also work, but since the dimensions are different, the layers might have to be of different thicknesses to work. And I don't know if the mold is of good quality.

Development Background: We have been working on this for weeks. Various earlier prototypes were very good but required very close proximity of unit to targeted individual, and were ineffective against demons.
They did, however, rescue me from transmitter-induced insomnia.

The new version (top pic) resolves both of those issues, plus is much easier to make.

Fortunately, if I place some of the 2nd generation RDBs against the 1st gen ones, the 1st genners act like 2nd genners.

Other individuals can be remotely protected by you.

If you are unable to buy the recommended mold, but are in tune with The Committee, you might be guided to make them quite differently.
All units of this nature made so far have 2 things in common: epoxy, and a boxy rectangular (or close to rectangular) shape. Other than that, there are wide differences in materials and programs in them. Two of them even are in plastic project boxes.
In fact I suspect that the advanced functions of these units is superimposed over the other programming.

Fortunately, if I place some of the 2nd generation RDBs against the 1st gen ones, the 1st genners act like 2nd genners.

Here's a large 2nd gen RDB completed July 26.

Here are a couple custom jobbies made by a reader in Bristol, UK. They don't look like much, but work perfectly. He uses a brown polyester resin. He lined some boxes with aluminum foil to make molds.

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