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Orgonite charging plate keeps cut flowers so much longer

by on Dec.18, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Hubby got me a couple of bunches of flowers a couple of weeks ago and this morning I was cleaning the house, saw the wilted ones and decided to take them out.  Once I got into the kitchen and saw the other bunch I had a bit of a whoa moment… since the second bunch had been sitting on an orgonite charging plate and still looked perfect… They have been there for at least two weeks…  so I decided to take some photos for comparison since the wonders of what orgonite does never fails to blow me away…

Here is the bunch that was in another room without a charging plate:


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Massive Citrine HHG

by on Dec.03, 2014, under Crystals, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Someone really likes Citrine so I decided to make them a special gift… and love the way it came out 😉  The one thing I was a little bummed about is how the tip of the citrine didn’t show much – most of it is embedded in the copper layer.  The piece also has a huge DT Tibetan and a bunch of Madagascar points.


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Lemurian Crystal Orgone pieces

by on Sep.18, 2014, under Crystals, Lemurians, Orgone, Slideshow blog

First… find oneself a nice size Lemurian seed crystal… I happened to find one that is even double terminated…

Take photo for size reference, preferably with a nice background, my helper is always available…


Turn said Lemurian into a mold… to then create this:


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School of orgonite fish

by on Sep.17, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Did a little pour yesterday and decided to take some photos this morning.  Here is my school of fish… out of water…



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Live like…

by on Sep.15, 2014, under Favorite quotes, Slideshow blog

Live like someone left the gate open… what a wonderful concept…

Someone sent me this photo today and I just wanted to share.

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More orgonite shots

by on Aug.17, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

I was talking to a friend the other day who said “I wish there was some kind of cup of orgonite where I could put my SP without having to cast it… and I reminded her that they already exist… cause I made some a few years back.  I did a special casting for her with three different ones.  One is copper only, one is aluminum only and one is made with mixed metals.



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Gratitude Orgonite

by on Jul.11, 2014, under Orgone, Slideshow blog

Made these little pieces to show gratitude… and they came out so cute I had to share..

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Lots of tourmaline

by on Jun.18, 2014, under Crystals, Orgone, Slideshow blog

I just got these new molds and decided they were perfect for making some gifting pieces with lots of tourmaline – I put in a couple of spoonfuls of tourmaline mix and the pieces came out just as expected 🙂  They are quite heavier than TB’s…



a closer look…






The sheep were not that interested – it’s not edible… but had a look anyway…



And Inspector Bob had to make sure it was all good too… he’s interested in everything…










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Shearing my sheep

by on Jun.03, 2014, under Nature, Slideshow blog

Brought my two Shetland sheep over to a friends farm to shear them now that the summer is getting hot… and it was quite the experience – me never having done it before and not knowing what to expect.  The sheep are only about a year old and had never had it done before either so it was quite the surprise for them as well 🙂

Here is Fred stuck into the stand not knowing what was coming next… but he was very good about it.


Lucky me have friends who believe in teaching people how to do things themselves rather than just doing it for them… so she got me started… and I got to cutting…


It’s a little scary cause the shears are extremely sharp and you don’t want to nick the skin…

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It amazing how it all comes off in one big piece…


Her herd of alpacas found it just fascinating… possibly hoping they would be next… maybe not… hard to know what an alpaca may be pondering…


Poor Fred had no clue what had just happened and where his wool went… but I bet it felt pretty good…



Once we put him back in the pen the sheep started butting for dominance – it was as if they didn’t know each other and amusing to watch.  Once we got home I had to reintroduce them to the dogs cause the dogs acted as if I had brought brand new animals home – very strange but interesting.

Now I have learned how to wash and process the wool as well but that is for another post.


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Lena’s herb garden

by on May.31, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Just finished getting my garden box for herbs ready and decided to make a special piece for it.  Have had this mold for a while but not used it and thought it would be just perfect… I cast the frog in clear resin and then painted the body with green Pearl-ex to make it blend better.  Looks pretty happy to me 🙂

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