Just bought a Vogel Crystal on ebay from crystalcraft1998 is their ID
and will be using Vacuum casting to put it in the middle of a spherical loohan coil.
Will be casting it in plaster of paris and boiling the water out with vacuum at room temp then pouring the copper in with the vacuum sucking the copper down into the mould.
I will be using copper from my copper cactus antenna I've been using for 13 yrs. The copper thieves stole the top 40 inches from it. And if peeps know that water retains information so does copper from my antenna that I used to transmit my thoughts into and out of While using it as a Ham Radio Operator. Towit the copper has retained all that information, and I will cast it into my spherical loohan coil with vogel crystal inside
Normally We would fire the mould up and crystallize the plaster of paris but I'm going to cure it with vacuum freeze drying and let the copper crystallize the plaster.
If anybody is interested look at lost wax casting on you tube for more info on casting
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cosmic Bal wrote:
> 40 an oz... wow... Talk about inflation.
> Also, if you go buy a pair of those metal tooling plyers or w/e you
> call them in Hobby Lobby it's not that hard to make them after putting
> your oven on self clean for so many minutes to soften the copper and
> let it cool in the oven slowly. It's actually not hard to bend at all.
> I could bend double stranded 12AWG wire much easier after I cooked it.
> But alas, don't let my negative opinion stop you from doing what you
> I personally feel a wire that has directional energy in a flow of
> whatever shape you put it in would be superior to an item that has no
> directional flow- a physical simile of the shape with none of the
> On the other hand, if you could stimilate a directional flow within
> the thing, then perhaps that method would be even better than bending
> wire cause you'd have a perfect aikido/spherical Loohan coil.
> Actually, if I knew how to do that, I'd be trying it out too.
> I wonder if the C could stimulate a directional flow in such a creation..
> Using wax would have the advantage of being able to make a
> multi-stranded aikido/Loohan spherical coil with ease.
> Definitely post your results.. If even just for the sake of experimentation!
> Now, my imagination is wondering what an Aikido coil would do for an
> RF sphere. And if not RF, perhaps some other sphere orgonite with that
> coil in it.
> On 12/15/12, raypsi.m0nkey wrote:
> > I have been wanting to cast spherical loohan coils now they have a cheap
> > casting machine i can afford.
> > I make the molds with wax put it in plaster of paris and inject the molten
> > copper the wax comes shooting out, break open the mold and you have a
> > perfect duplicate of the wax.
> > I used to make class rings back in the day, in crafts class When gold was
> > $40 an oz