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#1 2015-02-21 01:29:45

jeaux
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"Earthy" program

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This one's pretty neat. Loohan mentioned it on his blog today. He mentioned a little more about it in an email to me:

"Very strange. i get it is poisonous to the EHETs and (full) repts, but in an underhanded way that sneaks up on them. I suspect that if a bunch of people made this stuff, the EHETs would kind of deteriorate. I am getting it goes into plain resin, but it might be a bit better with a bit of tulsi powder added."

He also added that it appears to work well with the Jan2015B program. Which is lovely for me: I've added this program to my second slab, which will be nestled next to my Jan2015B slab. They work -wonderfully- together. It simply inhales anything negative I can throw at it. But I digress.

It's fun to use. Feels a lot like a forest, trees, vines, branches. It's snappy, like a bamboo staff bending in some kung fu movie, bouncing off people's faces. Like a whip. The sneakiness Loohan alludes to, to me, feels like roots growing into something, finding every crevice and penetrating it. Roots, branches, whichever works best for you.

When I first made it, I added iron oxide, turmeric, tiny bit of zinc, little steel... trying to give it "earthiness". But tulsi makes more sense. Try this program out!

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#2 2015-02-22 23:08:09

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Re: "Earthy" program

That's a neat idea to try. I believe the one I used was a simple Sharpie metallic pen. The main reason for those dots is to remember which end I intended the wands to direct energy from. Doesn't always work (not many programs I make are directional), but it never hurts to be safe.

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#3 2015-02-23 10:08:45

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Re: "Earthy" program

This pgm is not directional.

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Made a couple slabs here which i will be taping.
The molds i used are the larger ones in this set:
http://www.lowes.com/pd_105922-34463-39 … facetInfo=
which set i recommended in OTB 37 because the longish pieces work well for some wands. These larger ones seem to have good proportions for JanB slabs.

I'm surprised the tulsi turned the resin brown with no hint of green. This is some old tulsi that was in the bottom of a big jar where it's been for years, mixed with a small amount of turmeric. In the past, i used to make a lot of the VF pgm with this in the same type of epoxy, but it always turned out more greenish.

I am also about to update OTB27
http://loohan.com/otb27e.htm
with this pgm.

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#4 2015-02-23 17:50:41

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Hehe, i am liking this. I wrapped each of those with tape, then wrapped them together. About 2/3 of a roll of tape so far.
The EHETs have been attacking me from various parts of the universe, like they normally have for the last few months, but they don't seem able to "get to" me very much, and they seem to dissipate from an area faster.

Now each of those slabs have about 1 qt of epoxy, but i just poured another big slab with about 2.5 qts...

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#5 2015-03-03 13:57:31

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Re: "Earthy" program

At this time, i think it no longer matters whether you add tulsi to the resin for this pgm.

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#6 2015-03-03 15:01:11

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Re: "Earthy" program

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Here is my latest creation, heavy on this program except a very thin layer on the bottom which I think got janB.  Used a large party tray for the mold.  Lots of Tulsi, some from my garden and some from tea bags, as well as dried stalks laid around the ring in one layer, some crushed, bionized-quartzite, and a few other things (pink salt, shungite, activated carbon, and some magnetite).  The use of the dried plant matter in this one was partially inspired by this device of Loohan's: http://www.loohan.com/mobius-antuvozy-Violet1c.jpg

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#7 2015-03-03 19:21:32

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feels top-notch.

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#8 2016-03-08 22:49:02

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Re: "Earthy" program

@Hivemind, can you correct the last pic link? is not working... maybe you deleted the pic?

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#9 2016-03-09 07:14:21

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Re: "Earthy" program

ndw wrote:

@Hivemind, can you correct the last pic link? is not working... maybe you deleted the pic?

Works for me. Maybe my site was down a while?

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#10 2016-03-09 07:25:39

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Re: "Earthy" program

is this pic? I don't see it
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