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Title: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: Mancha on September 11, 2014, 09:07:01 PM
Hi,
Just uploaded new video about how to build  big Orgone Accumulator (ORAC)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rlpp9JjpgHc&list=UUpiJQKHA_4sZUhJj1CdfhWg
Best Regards,
Milan
Title: Re: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: e2matrix on September 12, 2014, 05:39:12 PM
Very nice work!   I'd be interested in any of your experiences in using the Orgone accumulator. 
Title: Re: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: Mancha on September 13, 2014, 12:21:49 PM
Very nice work!   I'd be interested in any of your experiences in using the Orgone accumulator.

thanks,
We have conducted many test with  placing inside seeds before planting, wines,algae, capacitors.
Sometimes  very strange results like I described in video "charging capacitors inside of Orgone Accumulator".
sometimes we have seen blue , glowing light inside of accumulator.
But mostly friends og mine coming  in my lab  to sit in. Some of them travel over 300 km , because maybe I am the  only one who has this size of Orgone Accumulator  in Serbia.
Every of them has each own experience, but some of them are common, every body is sleepy after sitting 40 minutes inside, with closed door or open..it is the same.
My oldest  son Nikola ( he is recording all videos which I published) was  skeptic, but did not resist to sit  in. Now he sitting inside  often, but when nobody see him :)
By the way, I gave him name Nikola  because I have been Tesla fan since I have been young boy
All the Best,
Title: Re: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: conradelektro on September 13, 2014, 06:47:26 PM
@Milan (Mancha):

I read the books of Reich and some web sites about constructing an Orgon accumulator and always wanted to build one.

Your video shows very clearly and precisely how an Orgon accumulator should be constructed and the problems one has to overcome (selection of the right materials, handy work, weight, costs). I am glad that I did not attempt to build one yet, because only after seeing your video I know now what has to be done. I would have wasted money, because I underestimated what it takes to succeed.

Fortunately there is renewed interest in sheep wool and it can be found easier than a few years ago (in Austria). But it might be a problem to find untreated sheep wool. Well, and one needs a carpenter to get a solid construction.

I recall that Reich also wanted steel wool (see attached photo) in the walls of an Orgon accumulator.

So, there should be

- the steel sheet constituting the inner wall,

- then sheep wool, then steel wool, then sheep wool, then steel, wool, .....,

- and finally wood as an outer wall.

But may be you just used steel plates instead of steel wool (see attached photo) for simplicity of construction?


What is your opinion about using steel wool?


On this website they also talk about using steel wool (and insert three layers of sheep wool / steel wool):

http://www.orgonics.com/whatisor.htm (Strength, Materials and Quality of the Orgone Accumulator)

"Orgonics has found that natural sheep's wool batting also holds a good orgone charge; the lanolin resists moisture and wool gives a "softer", yet penetrating charge. In addition, sheep's wool is not hazardous to work with like fiberglass.We use fluffy sheep's wool batts alternating with US made steel wool in the orgone accumulator cabinets. Galvanized steel sheet lines the inside of the ORAC walls."


Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: Mancha on September 13, 2014, 11:38:40 PM
@Milan (Mancha):











What is your opinion about using steel wool?


On this website they also talk about using steel wool (and insert three layers of sheep wool / steel wool):

http://www.orgonics.com/whatisor.htm (Strength, Materials and Quality of the Orgone Accumulator)

"Orgonics has found that natural sheep's wool batting also holds a good orgone charge; the lanolin resists moisture and wool gives a "softer", yet penetrating charge. In addition, sheep's wool is not hazardous to work with like fiberglass.We use fluffy sheep's wool batts alternating with US made steel wool in the orgone accumulator cabinets. Galvanized steel sheet lines the inside of the ORAC walls."


Greetings, Conrad

Hi Conrad,
To use 100% unwashed sheep's wool is  little stinky (or more). I  was lucky that I have found someone  in local farm  close to town where I am. i gave this wool to local tanner to clean this  with minimum chemicals  and dry it with not exposing to heat or strong sunlight. It takes weeks to do that.

I used the same steel wool  the finest , I think that it was #000 or something like this.

regarding using steel plates, yes, why not. I used  them  for battery bank  on my E scooter.

I also made  orgone blanket by them description, but also I made Orgone bottle, where I used  Erlenmeyer 100 ml flask (it is lab vessel) which I filled  with steel wool layer-sheep wool-steel wool etc. We used to hold it before sleep.
By coincidence the angle of Erlenmeyer 100 ml flask is GOLDEN RATIO.


I  made also modification of medical DOR buster. you can see short video at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGnMS3JPYS4
This one is easy to make.  Device shown on video I gave to friend of mine, now I am preparing to build bigger one.

I forgot to say in video that during  raining days  or wet ambient  orgone devices based on  steel and sheep wool almost not working, because the water itself  attract orgone energy more than other material can do that ( it is according Wilhelm Reich)

But the question how it works is remains open.
I have some ideas and  I spoke  about it (just  a little bit) in my lectures  which i had in serbia. I am not sure that video of  lecture with english subtittles contains this explanation.
In following videos I will speak about binary codes, the SHAPE of numbers in 2 D spaces, golden  ratio etc.etc
Just short... binary  ONE and Binary ZERO creates GOLDEN RATION (have no time now  to go deep in explanation ) Golden RATIO is building blocs or the source of everything.
If you go to Recih statement that organic material ATTRACTS  the orgone energy and metals ATTRACTS and REPELS the orgone energy, we could say that organic material is ONE and metals is ZERO. Combination of  ONE and ZERO creates GOLDEN RATIO etc.
More about it when I will have time to make this videos.
All the best,



 


Title: Re: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: conradelektro on September 14, 2014, 11:20:32 AM
@Milan (Mancha): I like the water vortex machine (ventilator spins magnets, spins magnet inside the glass tube), very simple and nice vortex.

About the Erlenmeyer 100 ml flask: Reich always had a tube leading out of small Orgon accumulators. Therefore I would make at least a small hole in the cap of the flask? May be you removed the cap when holding the flask for treatment? May be the Orgon is seeping through the wooden cap?

About the sheep wool: Reich used other materials like "mineral wool" (obviously the sharp broken tiny pieces are bad for the lung). I always wondered about using plant material like straw or hay? Easy to come by and not stinky?

Have you heard or read something about using plant material as "organic material" in an Orgon accumulator?

Greetings, Conrad
Title: Re: Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) DIY Step by Step
Post by: Mancha on September 14, 2014, 12:40:43 PM
Conrad,
I have found  your idea about using hay or straw like very good.
About mineral wood, I think that it came from William S. Burroughs.
You can use cotton as well. some of material is better, some is not good at all.
So hard to be sure about testing all materials  , because there is no standard procedure  for that.
that is why I worked on detection like other people.
I had idea to go in micro or nano scale, which means to use liquid mixture of an  organic solution and  colloidal metal like colloidal silver of gold etc.
But I think that your idea to make with straw and galvanized iron plates  is very good .
You can try with blanket first , where you can use stainless steel mash instead iron plates, straw and some place it inside of some fabric.
We have tested our orgone blanket to cover lab jacketed vessel  in cold fusion research
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZVPJQt6d2E
We have found that better gain was with orgone blanket than without it .
But it was clear that orgone blanket prevented temperature radiation from the  vessel. then we tested so many different materials , organic and unorganic, but again orgone blanket gave the best gain.
But sometimes  no difference. that is why I said how  playing with this could be confusing.
cheers,
Milan