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#16 2016-06-24 19:21:23

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Re: Plasterite

This (Diego's cylinder) has the new pgm with just sand added. Nothing bionized. Yet, still feels very strong and anti-demon. Feels kinda like good orgonite to me.
In fact it feels a lot like orgonite. I suspect the new pgm has a quality of making plasterite more like orgonite. Feels sweet, even though it cuts into evil.
The sand is not fully programmed yet but getting jailer pgms etc.

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#17 2016-06-24 19:26:03

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Re: Plasterite

yeah diego!
I'm happy for you :-)

try also to make some plaster inside orgonites, it seems to works but we haven't tried still.... or just wait for Loohan
btw remember it is only for indoor!

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#18 2016-06-25 07:49:49

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Re: Plasterite

plastercone1.jpg

Feels great! But doesn't want to come out of mold.
I haven't even read up on what other people do. Do they cut off the cones? Do they wait weeks for the cast to shrink, then pull the cast out?
I did wipe the cone down inside with WD-40 before pouring.

If it doesn't want to come out, i might seal the ends somehow and leave this outside.
I think i have a couple more old cones around.

This pgm is kind of unique. Even if you have all our resin anti-demon pgms, i still recommend people make this plasterite with our pgm. It seems to find demons that have managed to hide from our other pgms.

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#19 2016-06-25 10:23:53

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Re: Plasterite

I have taken out cones from glass with hot water but not sure if it does damage the plasterite.
better just wait it will come out naturally with maybe hot weather?

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#20 2016-06-25 19:02:53

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Re: Plasterite

After a day in the summer sun, it shrunk a lot and fell out of the mold with a slight tap.

plastercone1a.jpg

I am getting that it is not good to put in any kind of metal with this pgm. And it will likely dampen the effect if painted with metallic paint, But i get it is OK to wrap with wire, foil, metallic tape, or embed in metal-shavings orgonite.
I don't think leaving it in a plastic container dampens it.

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#21 2016-06-25 20:33:22

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Re: Plasterite

A  couple more notes: i used a ratio of approx. 3 parts water and 5 parts plaster.

Also, i mix in a 5-gallon plastic bucket. The residue that sticks to the bucket gets programmed too, by default. Once this dries hard, a few smacks of the bucket on a hard surface will cause the residue to break loose in chips.

I just now poured a fat cylinder. After i poured the mix, i added a bunch of these chips, then the stones.

Also one may want to don a dust mask when mixing the powder and water, as some of the plaster goes airborne.

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#22 2016-06-26 16:45:31

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Re: Plasterite

Someone tested to see what happens if you add metallic powder:

sindurplasterite.jpg

In this case, sindhooram (lead tetraoxide).
It makes it 1/4 as strong.
Please do not include any metals, metal powders, or metallic compounds! Not with this program. If you are making unprogrammed plasterite or getting the water-charging pgm instead of the plaster pgm, you might be able to include some metallic powders with impunity. But not with this pgm.

Another note: generally speaking the Plasterite Pgm is far superior to the water-charging pgm. And the water-charging pgm goes better into resin than plaster. However, the plasterite with the water pgm is for some reason superior against the MYSTERY HUM demons.
http://www.alternet.org/environment/cra … ldwide-hum
which i have been dealing with since Mordok figured out a couple years ago that the hum was caused by demons. We have not been able to delete this species. We have jailed large chunks of their population.
But i still get them often.

Last night i was trying to sleep, when i noticed a steady "plane noise" in the distance that was actually the demons. They had changed the pitch. I tried hitting them with the new cone, but that didn't do anything much. So it tried the water-pgm plasterite and it hurts them. They even attacked my heart for a while. Weakly. But that was the only time i ever got that kind of attack from them. And i have cleared vast quantities out of GA and MO as well as other places, especially around my place.

Also the new cylindrical unit into which i placed chips from previous casts, well, most of those chips were from the water pgm. So i incorporated some water-pgm chips into the Plasterite Pgm unit, and as a result that unit was also hitting these demons hard.

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#23 2016-06-27 14:07:02

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Re: Plasterite

regarding this
The sand and stones get programmed with various of our other programs, including demon-jailing pgms. This cone contains 2K+ jailer pgms. Diego's cylinder has 1800+. from Loohan's blog
will plasterite work in remote too?

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#24 2016-06-27 16:47:21

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Re: Plasterite

ndw wrote:

will plasterite work in remote too?

Of course. It has 100% STQ and all you have to do is mentally direct it to the target, or use a pic or words on paper as a witness under or on the unit.

STQ explained: http://loohan.com/otb28.htm

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#25 2016-06-27 16:51:12

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Re: Plasterite

Feels sharp, really good! Just got some today...

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#26 2016-06-27 17:06:57

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Re: Plasterite

ndw wrote:

yeah diego!
I'm happy for you :-)

Thanks man!

We made this one that Loohan post... I didnt have idea that this powder contains some metal. Today we did more... the big one and pumpkin head still curing. Maybe Loohan tell more about these two.


CAM01174.jpg

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#27 2016-06-27 17:08:53

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Re: Plasterite

Loohan, this pgm can hurt BMs?

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#28 2016-06-27 18:24:54

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Re: Plasterite

diego wrote:

Loohan, this pgm can hurt BMs?

Hardly. It is for etheric critters.

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#29 2016-06-28 09:41:18

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Re: Plasterite

Loohan wrote:

I am getting that it is not good to put in any kind of metal with this pgm. And it will likely dampen the effect if painted with metallic paint, But i get it is OK to wrap with wire, foil, metallic tape, or embed in metal-shavings orgonite.
I don't think leaving it in a plastic container dampens it.

What about pouring into metal/plastic pipes?

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#30 2016-06-28 09:46:35

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Re: Plasterite

Last night couldn't wait, made some and few this morning...but don't have camera now to show.
Feels good, and simple and fast to do in any conditions.

Also found these material is nice to carve and engrave into when not fully hard yet...will try some sculpturing soon smile
Can cutting into material affect prgm?

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