# The 144 pattern

By playing around with two known arrangements based on the flower of life to dispose orgonites, I ended up on new things, I don’t yet know what to really make of it. I’m just sharing it in case it inspires someone else to figure out what this could be useful for.

The two arrangements, known since a long time are the 108 and 114. Based on my intuitions, the flower of life naturally combines the yin and yang and the 108 is the yin part and 114 the yang part. I tried for many hours to combine the both together and I ended up on a new balanced arrangement, that just by its number of points already seems quite intriguing, 144.

Here’s the 144 with the flowers of life that helped me draw it (on the left) and a simpler version (on the right) to know how to place the orgonites.

To figure out this arrangement I used flowers of life interleaved with other, it’s kind of a large extension of the flower of life if I can say it so.

Here are the 108 (left) and 114 (right) superposed on the 144.

What makes me believe that the 108 is the yin part (feminine) of the flower of life, is that the arrangement is based on flowers of life that intersect. Each red circle crosses a part of the two neighbouring red circles and also the central green circle.

Whereas for the 114, which I think is the yang aspect (masculine), the blue circles don’t intersect, they are adjacent and also adjacent and surrounding the central green circle without ever crossing it.

I can’t explain it more than that, that’s how I understand it.

That’s how I imagine that energy flows through this configuration, the energy is absorbed/received by the yin parts and expands/extends through the yang parts. That’s how I understand a balanced yin/yang equilibrium, it needs one part that creates/expands (yang/masculine) and one part the absorbs/receives (yin/female) to get feedback on the creation and inform the yang part how to keep on creating/expanding correctly in a balanced fashion.

How I see it on this schematic, if you look at the green lines going outward, they always leave perpendicularly wrt. to the sides of the central hexagon. The red parts have an hexagon/vortex with a dot inward and one outward, to make a link between the outside and the central source. Whereas the blue parts have 2 dots on top of the blue hexagon, but these two dots are directed exclusively to the outside while also splitting up (expansion/creation).

That’s it, I don’t really know what else to do with this idea.

The only practical thing I discovered in relation to the cloudbuster is that there seem to be a perfect ratio to respect between the pipes, depending on the pipes diameter if we want a cloudbuster that is more yin or yang.

Here, yin, based on circles that intersect, for a pipe of diameter D, the spacing between the center of the 144 and the center of a pipe is, 3 x D x cos 30°, for example for a pipe of 28mm diameter, the spacing is of 7.27cm or 14.55 for two pipes opposed from the center.

Here, yang, based on adjacent circles, for a pipes of diameter D, the spacing between the center of the 144 and the center of a pipe is of 3 x D, for example for a pipe of 28mm diameter, the distance is of 8.4cm or 16.8cm for two pipes opposed from the center.

The last thing this arrangement seems to indicate (at least to my understanding), is that in a cloudbuster, the 6 pipes each induce a vortex that all combine together to form the larger central vortex. There are many people who tried to make cloudbusters with 7 pipes (one added central one) and ended up in the end with a cloudbuster that work not as good as one with 6 pipes. Based on what I understand, I think that’s normal, the central space between the pipes should be left empty so that the larger vortex can freely form itself.