Re: Fire the Grid
- I made such a unit the other day, and took it to work today and
plugged it in.
Immediately i felt a dramatic cleaning up of previously-unnoticed
murky energy. Then i grew more euphoric as the day went on. It
neutralizes all the appliances in my town of 500 and for miles into
the surrounding hills. Makes 'em feel sweet.
I don't think it's such a great idea to use the extension cord wire
for the mobius coils, as the thick insulation makes it hard to make a
nice unit. I'll have more info and pics on my site in a few days.
Nonetheless, i am blown away by the effectiveness.
I will leave it with a friend in town.
Maybe it's just a coincidence, but i wasn't hit by the usual ETs for 5
hours after i plugged it in, then only very weakly a few times.
I can feel a sweet region on the map that seems to be under the
influence of this thing.
Next one i make will be a bit different, though.
Hijack the grid! This is a bigger deal than i would have thought.
--- In email@example.com, "loohon" <dogwood57@...> wrote:
> Rather than wind both wires as one in the extension cord, i think i'll
> separate the 2 wires and make a separate coil out of each, then cast
> each one in a separate mold (with different ingredients) and then put
> the 2 units face-to-face.
> If i remember correctly, Rob in NY once said he made an orgonite egg.
> One half was steel, and the other brass. He set it on his electric
> meter, and it optimized the electricity such that his bills were far
> less after that, allegedly.
> Anyway, i'll try casting one of thes e in brass, and one steel, and
> see what happens. The energy should be very good, anyway.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "loohon" <dogwood57@> wrote:
> > The electric grid, that is. I propose that we need to brainstorm on
> > different approaches to making the grid, at least chunks of it, fairly
> > useless as a conduit for evil energies and evil critters like greys.
> > I discuss a passive, household approach at
> > http://www.loohan.com/otb2.htm
> > and this sort of thing has a place. In fact, the benefits of someone
> > doing their house probably goes well beyond their own home.
> > I am working on an experimental device using a cheap extension cord
> > manually twisted and wound into a mobius coil, which i will cast in
> > orgonite. Both ends sticking out so one can plug it in, then plug
> > something into it. Nowhere is the cord cut, for safety reasons. I live
> > off-grid, but i'll probably leave it at a friend's house.
> > One could use this unit to interface other energy into the grid, e.g
> > by setting it on a Power Wand or radionics device. Or even build a
> > whole fancy ad hoc device with freq-driven mobius coils, etc.
> > Maybe one could take over a chunk of grid as one's own broadcasting
> > antenna, to an extent.
- Loohan, I took the liberty of pasting your link on this subject at my
group, and there are a few questions.
When you have time you may want to pop over and check the "Fire the