Additional information


Hi,

since I’ve been asked the same questions many times, here are the answers to some questions you’ll probably also ask me. Or maybe want to ask me but won’t want to disturb me?

  • Orgonites composition
    • Wooden chips
    • As explained on all the pages, I always mix the aluminium shavings with about 1-2% of wood shavings to add a bit of the energies of nature. Who knows what effects the DNA of trees contained in all these shavings has? DNA reacts to all kinds of electrical/electromagnetic stimuli, the addition of wood (and hence trees DNA) in the orgonites has clearly an influence, hard to measure scientifically these days (in 2015), because we don’t have the tools yet. As I say it on the pages as well, it adds the energies of nature, which is well centered on the energies of the heart.
      One day will come when I’ll be able to give you objective scientific proofs, maybe by 2020 or even later, unless someone else does it instead of me! For the moment it’s the feedback from energy sensitive people that confirms these words.

    • Other irregularities
    • I get the comment once in a while :

      • what are the black bits in the shavings?
      • the red bits, green, gray, etc. inside the shavings?
      • and other ‘things’ that are inside the orgonites that don’t look like aluminium?

      The shavings I use are scraps from PVC/aluminium windows/doors manufacturing industries and hence there are often bits of PVC, plastic/rubber joints and various plastics that are part of these windows and doors. It’s almost impossible to filter it all out with sieves to obtain pure aluminium, the only way would be to melt the aluminium as they do in recycling centers… I just can’t! Hence that’s it, these various bits that always change are the plastic bits I can’t filter out of the shavings.

  • Initial smell of the orgonites
  • You’ll notice it straight away when you receive my orgonites, one side is very different from the others, all sides are mostly shiny and smooth, except one side, it’s the side that cures on top in contact with the air.
    And that’s what makes this face different. To be shiny and smooth, the resin must cure without air compressed in the mould which has a smooth inside.
    It will be clearer with a picture (a small workshop I had when I was studying in UK, Wales in 2008 :) ):
    CIMG0008

    You can see how the orgonites are made, when I’m waiting for them to cure, there’s that face on top that stays in contact with the air.
    Such that while the resin hardens this side becomes irregular, some air bubbles, small bumps, pieces of plastic/aluminium that float up etc.
    There’s also a very thin layer of resin that never hardens, and non-catalyzed resin always smells like resin if it’s never removed… That’s why I have to clean this side with acetone, which is a resin thinner, with acetone I can remove that thin layer of non-catalyzed resin, after that remains only the 100% inert plastic, but it makes that side dull at the same time.

    The smell you can smell when opening my parcels is the smell of acetone, because I don’t often have time to let the orgonites aerate for a long time (more than 2 weeks) after having cleaned with acetone.
    Acetone needs a couple of days to evaporate fully (it’s alcohol, it evaporates at ambient temperatures). Since I often send the orgonites 1-2 days after having cleaned with acetone, the acetone evaporates inside the closed parcel… Hence when you open it, it is the smell of acetone that you might smell, it’s a slightly irritating smell! If the parcel is big, 10-15kg and more, the smell will be quite strong!

    Acetone is not known as being toxic for us, especially at such low concentrations.

    However there is one detail I cannot hide, with Cloudbusters, the smell of resin takes around 3 to 6 months to leave completely, because there is a reaction between the tape at the bottom of the pipes and the resin. I can’t do much about it, you just have to wait for it to be over, it takes time.

    IMPORTANT : Gifting TBs are not cleaned at all, a large parcel of those will have quite a smell of resin! Without any clean-up, the non-catalyzed layer can take many years to dissipate by itself, when the temperatures are quite warm you’ll be able to smell the resin evaporating, and that’s slightly toxic, there are only bacterias in nature to take care of decomposing that stuff correctly, that’s why I mostly recommend these orgonites for outside use…

    When you’ll receive your order :
    This regards all other orgonites : Round TB, Heart TB, Induction TB, Cloudbuster. I never clean up fully, i.e. I sand the edges, I remove the dust roughly by vacuuming and then rub all the surfaces with acetone, obviously with an added emphasis on the side that dried in contact with the air. But the final rinsing/cleaning is for you. The orgonites are basically delivered ready for the final cleaning, the rests of dried up acetone mixed with dusts etc. sticking on the orgonites should be cleaned, which is also why they stink, with the acetone, there is sticky/dilluted non catalysed resin that should be washed off. This rinse is great for the energies, as you probably read here; “Operating Instructions” for orgonites > How to cleanse/purify/re-charge orgonites? ; putting an orgonite under gently flowing water will cleanse it. It will be the final touch, perfect to set them up in your home with love! But first start with abundant and warm water to properly clean the acetone and dusts, do not hesitate to scrub and use soap, and then finish with gently flowing cold water, dry them up and they’ll be all good to go. :)
    Please do note : The orgonites with an almost perfect finish, total shininess, perfectly smooth on all sides etc. that you can find here: Unique Orgonites and/or some here : Damaged Orgonites don’t have to be cleaned, they went through all the steps described below. They undergo, on average, a maturation period at 40-50 °C for 2 days and post-cure at around 60-80 °C for one day, plus total cleaning/polishing. Anyhow, if you order one with other orgonites on the site, it is noticeable directly by seeing and touching them that they have a finishing much more thorough than any other orgonite on the site. These orgonites can actually be put in direct contact with food …

For your information, here are the technical details of the resin I use, crystic R115 PA:
crysticr115pa_en.pdf

Here are the infos that usually are of importance to everyone:

Food contact
The results of the global and specific migration tests being below the maximum value set by the European Regulation (CEE n° 85/572, 90/128, 93/8) CRYSTIC R 115 PA may be used in contact with foodstuff. Mouldings which are to be used with foodstuffs should be cured with catalyst type Butanox M50. After release from the mould, laminates should be allowed to mature for 24 hours at workshop temperature (20°C). They should then be post cured for a minimum of 3 hours at 85°C.
The mouldings must be thoroughly wet steam cleaned for at least one hour before being put into service. If wet steam cleaning is not practical, and if the moulding is a vessel, it should be filled with hot water (60-80°C) containing a non perfumed detergent and left to stand for two hours. It should then be emptied thoroughly washed in several batches of clan hot water.
These precautions are essential to avoid the tainting of foodstuffs.

It’s a resin that can be of food-grade, I follow the procedure, the catalysation is never below 15°C and then the orgonites remain much longer than 24h at temperatures above 20°C. However I cannot cure thousands of orgonites at 85°C for 3 hours, I don’t have the means, or else I would have to make you pay a lot for the heating! I think no orgonite seller (working with polyester resin) in the world follows the strict procedures required for the manufacture of plastic, because none of us has the means, only big industrial companies do.
Maybe one day I’ll be able to fully follow these rules like a big company. But you have the instructions, you can do it yourself, on a very small scale it’s quite easy to do.

Just think of a black car hood in full sun on summer days, it can easily reach 85°C. Obviously you might not be able to do that asap. when you receive the orgonites, but a day when it’s sunny, hot and there’s sun, you just have to put the orgonites on a dark piece of metal, they’ll easily finish the curing process at 85°C. For your information, 3 hours are required, nothing prevents you from letting it 5 hours, or ten, 3 hours minimum are needed, that’s all, and you know how to use a thermometer, so please don’t ask me questions about. :) I’ll also leave you the fun of finding a dark piece of metal :) Plunging them in 80 °C hot water in a large pot is also very easy!

An additional note, by working with polyester resin to provide you with low priced orgonites I put myself under a lot of constraints that other people using epoxy don’t have, with epoxy there aren’t that many problems, it can cure in contact with air, it doesn’t need high temperatures curing. But you have to pay the price :) I’m telling you that also, so that you don’t go and ask useless questions to these people :)

You’ll find some more information on the following pages:

The paradox of orgonite
Information for electrosensitives
Questions/Answers in bulk