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Old 12-14-2009, 01:46 AM   #1
Nenuphar
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Hello

Has anyone used orgonite in their gardens to help boost the production of vegetables and flowers?

http://www.whale.to/b/org44.html

If so, I would love to hear of your experiences. I plan to experiment with orgonite in my garden next summer.

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Old 12-14-2009, 03:01 AM   #2
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Nenuphar- I haven't tried using it outside, but have placed bits next to plants indoors, and put a bit in the pot of an 'ailing' plant a wee while ago - there is an observable difference - the growth is thicker & healthier-looking.

{I will take a photo, and try to figure out how to post photos to show you...}

When I plant seeds in the spring, I intend to experiment, and will take photos.
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:11 AM   #3
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Thanks, Fina, that would be great! I would love to see pics of your plants since you've placed orgonite around them. Next Spring/summer, we'll be able to compare pics/notes re: how our gardens grow. I'm eager to get going already! (Alas, it is -41 degrees Celsius with thick ice fog where I live at the moment, so gardening will have to wait until next May or June!)

Do you make your own orgonite, or did you buy it?

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Old 12-14-2009, 03:31 AM   #4
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-41C???!! Ye Gods! How on earth do you keep warm??

I buy bits from different Ebay & Online shops, I don't really understand enough about crystals / gems to make my own, I feel.

I am hoping to go along a friend soon, who has some electronic measuring equipment / gadgets to see if there is any actual 'scientific evidence' that orgonite is actually reducing the 'bad stuff' that comes off mobile phones etc.

- dowsing shows a marked difference, but with 'scientifically-minded' family members, it's like talking to a brick wall...


http://www.livingmagazine.co.uk/?p=748 an interesting experiment ongoing in the UK: Gardening with orgonite.

A lot of people pooh-pooh the idea- bits of crystal & metal in plastic resin?!... but the effect of compressing crystals / quartz, piezo-electric effect is accepted eg watches?

Compressing quartz in a G-clamp really does seem to deflect / dissipate negative / harmful geomagnetic stress / energy lines; I saw this chap lecture a few years back:
http://www.leyman.demon.co.uk/

Someone dowsed a line coming into my house, so I compressed a bit of quartz & stuck it in the window- it's not there any more
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:44 AM   #5
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http://www.orgonite.info/

Looks relatively easy to make. I'm new to this but will probably give it a try as I'm a gardener.
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:12 PM   #6
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Thanks for those links, Fina, I am off to check them out in a moment.


I will probably buy some orgonite pieces initially, though I would like to play around with making it - next summer, when I can do it outside so I won't gas anyone out with the resin! *L*


I think I will buy my first pieces from this person - they look nice and are reasonably priced:
http://www.islandorgonite.ca/category_11/Outdoor.htm


Today is a balmy -38! Ha! I live in northern BC, Canada, and though we don't get a LOT of snow (at least there hasn't been a whole lot of snow since I moved here ten years ago...not compared to the amounts of snow that falls in Nova Scotia, where I am from), the winter does get very cold. To make things more interesting, I don't drive, and rely on walking where I need to be or taking the bus. The coldest temp I ever walked to work in was -55 (with wind chill factored in). That was out of necessity - no taxis were running that day. Suffice to say, I will never do THAT again. Felt truly Canadian that day, let me tell you....!


Moxie, I love your avatar picture. If you try gardening using orgonite pieces throughout your garden, please share your experiences with us


Have a great day - stay cozy!

PS Here is another site with some beautiful pieces - and the owner is a member of Project Avalon http://uboslav.com/

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Old 12-19-2009, 04:49 PM   #7
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Hello and greetings from Finland.

I do have used self made orgonite in my garden last summer.
I grow mainly vegatables, spices, medical herbs and of course lots of flowers!

Herbs seems to come strong in flavor and taste even when ground was not best for them. Same with vegetables.

Dint have bug problem exept with radish. Alltough green parts were eaten away root itself was great!

I had huge leaf salad "field" and snails eat littlebit of it. What was interesting
was that salad grow allmost 1 meter high ! and alltough snails eat lower parts
new stuff was coming faster they could eat.

In all i didnt see, feel or taste anything negative reaction by using orgonite
i think just opposite was more of the case.

So now it is -20C and no gardening but just wait next autum::::

love
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Old 12-19-2009, 08:09 PM   #8
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Several weeks ago I had this huge surge of creative energy, and I came out of it making Orgonite. It came as a personal answer to me for dealing with EMF issues.

I am having a ball in my Orgone Lab working with all these amazing ingredients I have attracted. Crystals, gemstones, metals and I love resin!
I live right on the beach in sound of the amazing Hawaii Winter Waves and it is a refreshingly vibrant place for Creation. I'm having great Fun clearing and charging crystals to use in these wonderful little devices my friend calls "Angels of Light"

I have never really been an Angel person, but its wild how I feel a friendship with each one I make.

I have set some out with certain plants and so far so good. Has not been long enough for specific results. Will take some pictures.

It feels great to be gifting these. I featured them at a show I did last weekend here in Hawaii and folks were very attracted to them and "gifted" me :^) for being able to take them home.

check out a few pictures here:

http://gallery.me.com/alohacynthia#100025
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Old 12-20-2009, 01:08 PM   #9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Moxie View Post
http://www.orgonite.info/

Looks relatively easy to make. I'm new to this but will probably give it a try as I'm a gardener.
Hi Moxie ! Thanks for the link. It is chock full of information.
My favorite sites are: http://www.materiaetherica.com/information.html
They give great instructions with pictures. There are alot of articles as well as instructions, such as, how to make pyramid charges to charge your crystals with.
For people living in Europe, check out http://www.whale.to/orgone/whaleorgone.htm . They're based in the U.k. They sell the raw materials and the finished products as well at very reasonable prices.
Looks like we've found ourselves a new hobbie.
To AlohaCynthia : I checked out your organite pics. They are beautiful ! You definately have talent. How did you do at the show? I'm sure that half of the job is educating people as to how these can be used.
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