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#16 2017-01-25 17:49:54

diego
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Re: hardware cloth language

I didnt found this kind of material to do these stuffs, but sometimes I felt a big will to try to do some.

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#17 2017-01-25 22:07:26

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Re: hardware cloth language

Hey diego,

I did too. The instant I saw it, I knew I had to get involved. Had to get my hands on it.

If intuitive taping comes easy to you, this just might as well. Just cut where you feel it needs to be cut. The end product might benefit the entire cosmos, or it may be more suited for only you, or for a very specialized purpose, but it can be useful all the same.

It's funny, I have some degree of dowsing ability when it comes to pictures, but these pictures are almost exactly as strong as having the item in my hand. Maybe, since we're 3D creatures when it comes to sight, it's helpful to see the innards displayed neatly before us, rather then seeing an orgonite item whose innards aren't so apparent.

Symbolism can be so very powerful.

No wonder that dark bunch loves it so. Shame for them; the symbolism we're creating is far more powerful. It's hardly even a comparison. This is what REAL symbol power feels like. You can keep your all-seeing eyes and your triangles and x's, and whatever else you like to think belongs to you. They're tame as butter knives these days.

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#18 2017-01-26 07:39:00

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Re: hardware cloth language

jeaux wrote:

the symbolism we're creating is far more powerful. It's hardly even a comparison. This is what REAL symbol power feels like. You can keep your all-seeing eyes and your triangles and x's, and whatever else you like to think belongs to you. They're tame as butter knives these days.

Just a rambling aside from a reminiscing geezer, but yesterday i was remembering the old days (2005-6) when DHS had a "mighty" RADIONICS lab, and sometimes Chertoff himself would personally fry me. (That was way back in the days when the ostensible heads of agencies actually had administrative rather than solely acting functions.)

From present perspective, it is amusing how totally backward and crude their troglodyte tech was, compared with what we developed in response. I can't remember how long it's been since i ran into radionic attacks on benign people. Many years now. Even Karl Welziclone's stuff is now inert for black magic. And Tim Rifat's black magic was vastly more sophisticated and varied. I still have to give him a swat on the head occasionally. Hell, Jessica Schab's diseased brain was scarier than the govt clowns' tech.

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#19 2017-04-07 07:49:26

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Re: hardware cloth language

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Yes, i made one of the anti-HM units, and it so happened it was synergistic with a particular Luke-coil orgone setup i have, and i have been blasting with it for many weeks now. I get that there is no advantage for more than 10 to be in existence.

Mordok has made 4 now, and i get that this is as many as we can benefit from, so no more need be made.
I have 1.

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#20 2017-05-01 19:11:07

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Re: hardware cloth language

Well, the Hive Mind is dead now, and the anti-HM units (both models) feel inert to me now.

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#21 2017-07-09 21:47:22

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Re: hardware cloth language

Hey all. This hardware cloth (or HC for short) business just gets more and more interesting.

I've realized that HCs also have a broad capacity to decloak things that would be nigh impossible to otherwise. So if there's ever something that confounds you, take some of this steel mesh and start cutting. That's what I've been doing.

Now I have a story to share.

The story begins with this HC, shown below. I could only find this picture, and it's from back when I first started wearing these things on my walk home from work (it helped to boost their effects, integration, etc). It was originally made to bite into some odd coven hellbent on persecuting a lady Loohan knows. Ended up decloaking a whole new group of baddies which were named Fultzoids. They were mentioned recently in Loohan's blog.


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This next set below was crafted once the Fultzoids were decloaked. They're to further the "bite" that the first one started.


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The two long ones were further cut, and are currently in a new cloudbuster. The little guy, who knows. But the other two I tried something wholly new on. I decided to start bending outside the 2D structuring to make it "3D."


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The first two pics are the same piece. It was difficult to display what's going on with a single picture. These aren't entirely finished, maybe about 95% done.

Doing this opens up a whole new realm of possibilities. It expands the etheric "surface area" of the HC, as well as making it more energetically "jagged" and disruptive. This seems best suited for warring purposes, but I'll experiment some more and see if it can help with anything more pleasant and soft.

They seem to be having a greater effect than they were before. So if you're cutting your own HCs, see if any ends might want to be bent outside the frame. If it's too scary you can always bend it back!

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#22 2017-07-10 06:12:19

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Re: hardware cloth language

I will say that probably very few people will be able to create original patterns with this stuff. Even i have only made one little item that i have not posted about.
And other than Joe and myself, i know of only 1 other person able to channel the entities behind this.
So far anyway.
Even i am not ordinarily able to.

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#23 2017-07-10 21:48:27

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Re: hardware cloth language

Oh. Right. I forget not everyone can do this...

All I'm saying is, if you can intuitively tape items (that is, you can feel where the tape wants to be placed), I think you could have a knack for it. They feel very similar to me, though I'll admit this is a little harder.

I just feel out how big the piece should be, first width, then length. Then feel where it wants to be cut. These days I've done a lot of it for decloaking, so I'm usually looking at a picture and feeling into the vibe of particular people or places.

A little inebriation also helps, if you're having trouble getting started. I often make use of it when doing this work. Probably isn't required, but it does strengthen my sensitivity to vibes. Though you might get harassed a little more...

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