More Orgone Ice Anomolies

I built my own custom radiant charging circuit (plans available - see online store), which is a variation of John Bedini's circuit. I am using an 18 gauge/30 gauge bifilar wound coil that is wrapped around orgonite. The orgonite is made out of black sand (Magnetite, polyester, silica (superheated quartz) and fiberglass resin. That is what the black blob is in the picture. You can't see the wire because it is wrapped in electrical tape which is said to provide an additional electrical benefit.

The orgonite mix provides the magnetic core for my Bedini type radiant charger. This charger is interesting in that it always reaches the perfect frequency. It is auto adjusting, so it adjusts to the load. You power it with about 1/2 an amp, and 12 volts, and when you stick your hand in the water, it feels more like 120 volts. I don't mind getting shocked, and if you put your hand in the water, without even touching the plates, you cannot move your fingers because the electrical shock is too intense. I've measured the voltage coming off this charger at over 400 volts, except that if you run it with the leads disconnected, it burns up the transistor instantly, so you can't run it without it being hooked up. I've burned up about 35 transistors just doing tests!

Anyway I was experimenting using pure static electricity (no real current) to charge up water. I was just playing around charging water to see what type of hydrogen production or deposits I could get on the 316L stainless plates. This is the exact opposite of brute force electrolysis, since I am charging the water with cold electricity (static electricity) not conventional amperage. The power coming from my Bedini charger won't run a light bulb or a motor, it just outputs small burts of high voltage.

I wasn't really doing anything useful, but while I was charging my water fuel cell with 400 volts or more of static electricity (with resistance I was only getting 37 volts across the cell), I had the strangest thing happen.

About the time that I was running the charger, I put some ice in the freezer. I didn't intend to perform any experiments, it was just a coincidence. See pictures below for what came out.

One of the questions that I've been having is whether or not HHO cells attract orgone. I would say that they do. Judging by the results of this experiment, which I have not been able to replicate with the machine turned off, I think the high voltage pulses, along with the metal plates in the water, was able to attract a tremendous amount of orgone. I did NOT use any of the water from the water fuel cell to make ice. I used regular tap water, so the orgone must have traveled through the air to affect the nearby water.

Just to be clear, I took tap water, ran the water through a water facet filter (the filter is attached to the water facet) and I filled ice cube trays and placed them immedietely in the freezer about 12 feet away from the water fuel cell while it was running. I also had a single ended quartz crystal sitting on top of the plates in the water fuel cell (you can vaguely see it in the picture). Again, I have no reason for doing this, except to experiment. The metal pan on top of the cell is to reflect the orgone energy back into the water to concentrate it (again, no reason to do this except as an exerpiment.). See pictures for results.


Notice that the ice crystal is formed sideways, defying gravity. It would not make sense for a natural ice crystal to form sideways. It appears that it was attracted to something, or responding to a vibration? I've never in my life seen this happen to an ice cube tray in my freezer. It is pretty interesting. I don't know exactly what it means, but it is interesting.

I have yet to try to replicate the effect using the exact same conditions.


Update 12/16/2012

I was curious if the above experiment could be replicated. Well I tried about 5 more times using similar conditions. I took water, poured some into the hydrogen cell, and some into the ice cube tray. Then I turned on the self resonating charging and charged the water, electrolyzing it slowly using high voltage with my radiant charger. To my amazement I was able to perform another miracle and create a crystaline ice spike, on demand. As far as I know no person anywhere in the world has been able to do this with ice. I hope that this page inspires someone to try to study these effects. The 2nd ice spike looked like a small quartz crystal with 4 sides to it, and a sharp cyrstaline point on it! Although it is hard to see because it's hard to photograph such small ice crystals. Today 12/16/2012 I am going to set about replicating this experiment to see if I can achieve a 3rd success. I will update this page once I develop a tried and true method to make "ice spikes."


Experiment performed March, 2011

Note square quartz crystal like appearance of ice spike. Clearly defined sharp cyrstaline shape with 4 sides. This is not possible from water drips in the freezer, condensation, or pressure underneath the ice pushing upwards. Normal frozen water does not freeze in a crystaline shape. Except for snow flakes, ice normally freezes in the form that existed as a liquid, which is not cyrstaline! This experiment is truly astonishing to see. I will attempt to replicate this experiment again, however I am still not exactly sure how I was able to do this. I'm including it on my website as entertainment, and a curiousity.


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