Materials of Orgonite 2 (Resin)

Orgonite is made from three basic materials.

Metal shavings (a conductive material) bound in and separated by resin (a non-conductive material).

These materials are best combined in equal parts (by volume).

Natural crystalline stone interacts with these materials to produce the electrostriction effect that greatly enhances the transmutation poterntial of the compound.

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In this article; we will be looking at Resin.

Polyester Resin is used for making fiberglass amongst other things and is a practical choice for making orgonite too.

It is readily available, easy to use and hardens to form a durable, weather-proof material that can be cast in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Resin strip

Polyester resin comes in a variety of grades but is generally a clear or slightly coloured liquid which is mixed with a tiny quantity of Catalyst which acts as a hardener.

Once the catalyst is mixed thoroughly with the resin; it will begin the hardening process.

The time that this process takes depends on both the grade of the resin and the quantity of catalyst added.

The vendor will be able to advise on exact proportions of catalyst for each grade of resin.

The clear, expensive grades are usually slow-maturing and the cheaper, coloured resins generally mature more quickly.

I like to place the metal shavings and crystal material in the mould before pouring the catalysed resin.

Resin is the most expensive material used in making orgonite and I take care not to waste it in any way.

Catalysed resin will produce a strong odour and it is advised that it should only be mixed in a well-ventilated area.

The working surface  should also be covered with newspaper or similar as the inevitable spots of resin may be difficult to remove.

Acetone mixes easily with uncatalysed resin and can be used for cleaning hands etc.

Catalysed resin can be removed from ones fingers with a damp cloth before it has hardened but care should be taken to work in a clean and organised manner.

Epoxy Resin can also be used but is rather more expensive and less practical than Polyester Resin.

In Indonesia there is a tree-resin called Damar that makes good orgonite but it fails to harden and is inconvenient for gifting.

The only possible alternative to resin is Sugar but it requires precise temperatures in the preparation stage and remains soft and sticky when cool so needs to be stored in jars.

Bees wax was suggested as a natural alternative to polyester resin but it was found to only accumulates negative energy and becomes saturated over time.

Dan.

Admin BG blog

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6 Responses to “Materials of Orgonite 2 (Resin)”

  1. Joyce M Simmerman Says:

    I am wondering if the potential of heavy metal toxicity and/or the fumes of the resin being dangerous might almost negate the positive effects of either gifting or having the objects to gather and neutralize EMF’s etc. Has anyone done experimentation on certain types of metal shavings perhaps being better than others. I know it seems that you’ve tried to find alternatives to the resin, and I really am not chemist enough to have any good suggestions either unless one gets into such things as food stuff pastes or Elmers glue .. pet milk layers dried? Just wondering. I’ve heard of milk being used in construction, but have no idea how it works. Silk threads somehow melted or conglomerated together around the metal shavings and crystals?

  2. admin Says:

    Hi Joyce.

    Thanks for your comment and input.

    Some people object to using Resin for making orgonite; mainly because of the fumes that it produces during the curing process and a number of attempts have been made to find alternatives.
    As far as I know; the only one that works as well as resin is Sugar (or more accurately a mixture of sugar, vinegar and water). It is a little tricky to cook as it needs a fairly narrow temperature-band and has to be stored in jars as it doesn’t set hard.

    The advantages of polyester resin are many and the toxicity (once it is fully cured) is virtually non-existent as it hardens into a very stable compound.
    It stands alone; requiring no storage jars etc and can be cast into a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
    It’s also very easy to find pretty much anywhere these days.

    As far as the metal shavings go; once they’re set in resin they do not corrode or indeed interact with the environment at all (except by acting as inductors and absorbing EM radiation) so any possible harm can only be done prior to being made into orgonite.

    If anyone is worried about any health risks from handling metal shavings or resin; simple precautions can be taken in the form of gloves and good ventilation.
    I’ve been making orgonite nearly every day for the last 4 years and I have noticed no deteriation in my health during this time.
    In fact; living in a positive etheric environment has only benefited the health of myself and my family.

    All the best.

    Dan.
    Admin BG blog.

  3. Andrew Says:

    I recently have been making orgonite, but instead of conventional materials I have been using activated carbon pellets (ground into powder with a magic bullet) and silica sand. I also, for some reason, have a lot of clear glass apothecary jars which look awesome when the material is layered in them (like sand art) I do place a big clear quartz crystal in the middle while layering the two and I never use resin (It’s as you describe it, an insulator) when finished I place a herkimer diamond on top, flat side facing down into -machine+.

    My method seems to work, as I live in the exceptional drought area of Indiana, I have been steadily bringing in the rain, in my area it seems. The reason for the two materials is only out of curiosity to see if other organic/inorganic materials will work. Being that the two are most heavily prevalent in our soil and on the periodic table of elements they are literally on top of one another (like layers). Now I know silica sand has the exact makeup of quartz, silicon dioxide, so why the crystal in the center. well if you dowse silica sand you get nothing but if you dowse the crystal or any gem stone you get something and the herkimer diamond on top to amplify the overall -machine+.

    just a consideration

  4. admin Says:

    Hi Andrew.

    I don’t understand how your Carbon/Silica ‘machine’ works but I’m very glad to hear that it does.
    It certainly isn’t Orgonite but as long as it’s beneficial to the etheric environment; it is to be welcomed.

    Orgonite is an ‘inductor’ matrix on account of the hundreds of spiral-form Metal particles each individually insulated in Resin.
    The Crystal component simply converts the concentrated EMR into heat due to the ‘electrostriction’ qualities of natural crystal.

    Many misconceive the workings of Orgonite by confusing the idea with Reich’s ‘Accumulator’ which was constructed from alternate layers of Organic and Inorganic materials.
    Orgonite does not employ this layering technology at all; rather the materials can be categorized as Conductive and Non-conductive respectively with the crystal component simply expediting the release of the disruptive EMR in a harmless form (heat).

    EMR is disruptive to the free flow of the naturally occurring Orgone Energy that is vital to all living systems (including the weather).
    Orgonite simply removes the EMR allowing the Orgone Energy to flow back into the area.

    Perhaps in addition to your Carbon/Silica machine; you might consider experimenting with Orgonite too.

    All the best.
    Dan.
    Admin. BG blog.

  5. Thomas Says:

    Hi, I’m very new to this.

    I’m wandering what opinions are on using transparent silicon sealant as the resin in my first orgonite batch.
    Funding is an issue you see. I’ve got tones of silicon sealant. Many many crystals of differing types and sizes and at 5pm I will have a bucket of metal shavings from my local hardware store.

    considering I have zero dinero how would you suggest I set my orgonite?

    Thanks in advance,
    Tom

  6. admin Says:

    Hi Tom.

    I actually tried that once but only in a very small quantity (I had the idea of making flexible orgonite patches for cell phones).
    Normally one pours liquid resin into a pot of dry ingredients (metal shavings and crystal pieces) and allows it to set.
    Not so with Silicone Sealant that is thick and gel-like.
    The silicone, metal and crystal all need to be stirred together like cake mixture and then spooned into a mould.
    In order to achieve the correct ratio of metal to silicone; this makes for a virtually un-stirrable paste but perhaps you can figure out an easier way.
    The ratio will still be around 50:50 metal to silicone with a piece of crystal to neutralize the EMR.

    I was pleased to observe that the resulting orgonite did actually work.
    I think pretty much any insulator will work instead of resin.
    The reason that Silicone isn’t normally used is that it’s rather more expensive per kilo than resin.

    Anyway; if you have a lot of it on hand then there’s no harm in experimenting.
    Email me a photo of your result to: info@baligifter.org and I’ll tell you if it’s working or not.

    Dan.
    Admin. BG blog.

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