What Is Orgonite?

What Is Orgonite?

What is Orgonite?


Orgonite is the current common name for a product made from various resins, metals, and carbon, often with the addition of crystals and copper coils. It is associated with the accumulation, transmutation, and even generation of the basic Life Force that is a constant in all religions and metaphysics throughout history. Called Prana, Chi, Qi, or The Force, it is the power that runs through all living things, and animates our physical and bio electrical bodies.


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Orgonite has evolved through successions in science and understanding since 1897, in a quest to isolate and utilize the Chi, or life force field, which Wilhelm Reich termed, “orgone” energy, a reference to orgasms, after the improvements in libido he noticed in those he treated with his inventions. The unfortunate moniker selection proved to be his downfall, as he was branded a sexual deviant and was eventually subject to one the largest and most public display of censorship in modern history, when the FDA confiscated all of his books and equipment, Tesla-style, and sentenced him to jail for failure to cease and desist in his experiments and distribution of materials. Reich mysteriously died in jail of a supposed heart attack.



Reich explored many levels of energy manipulation in his quest to cure people and understand our relationship to the Earth’s natural bio-electrical system. His Orgone Accumulator was a large box, layered with organic and non-organic material, alternating the positive/negative conductivity by alternating steel wool, cotton, and wood. He found that this created an accumulation of what he termed, “Orgone”, which could be directed towards healing one condition or another. This theory was expanded upon by Karl Hans Welz who understood the research and reduced the size of the device by using different materials, frequencies, and layering techniques, adding his own education and experiences to the mix, along with research from Reich, which indeed had not all been destroyed, and had been circulated among interested parties and studied at length. There is another school of study which falls under the category of radionics, and claims to actually generate and manipulate this life force, but I’m not going to expand on that in this article, as I have not studied the principles of it well enough to discuss it.

Currently, you will find innumerable items online and in shops that freely call themselves orgonite, and claim all manner of healing, blocking harmful EMF’s and EMP’s, although they may or may not use any of the actual materials, theory or applications, and may even be selling items that are at best, aesthetic but useless, and at worst, harmful-collecting DOR energy, (the bad stuff that emits from from 5G, sickness, fluorescence, anger, ect) and distributing it.

At the least, an orgonite accumulation item should contain equal percentages of thoroughly mixed small metal particles, a carbon element, a copper coil wrapped crystal, and a resin binder. Again, the orgone “generators” are a slightly different breed, having to do with frequencies, radionics, and modalities that I do not claim to be an expert in.

Orgonite, made properly, will help to negate the interaction of electronic pollution with our bodies and emotions. A handheld Tri Field meter can confirm the numbers, and even more specialized equipment can break it down further. It can amplify the effects of the crystal generator if inserted, and re direct frequencies that can be harmful to biological units, like people, animals, and plants.

De bunkers will correctly tell you that a banana can block a tri meter reading, which is true, if it’s in the FRONT. These readings are taken with a disc attached to the back of the phone. Go figure.

Very simple orgonite pucks can be made and used to offset negative electronic emissions, like those that groups and individuals place around cities, and bury next to cell phone towers. They are typically made with industrial resin and aluminum. However-these are not the type you want to wear or have lying around your bedroom. At all!


A lovely crystal encased in resin is artful, but not orgonite, and the same goes for people who say there is a bit of amber or a flower in the unit, representing the organic part. They are missing the science of layering that occurs when the metal, resin, and carbon are combined in the correct amounts.


To the best of my understanding, shungite and tourmaline are the best carbons to use to diffuse EMF pollution, in combination with multi metal micro shavings, and an activated crystal. This is safe to wear or use in your house, and will create the desired effects. Shungite is particularly effective in negating erratic frequencies, and doesn’t have to be mixed or embedded in anything to be effective.


I make a lot of orgonite jewelry items, in conjunction with tensor coils and crystals. One of my favorites is this simple phone disc. It is made of shungite and tourmaline powder, powdered crystal quartz, sage and resin. I have tested the effects with the equipment at my disposal, and have seen that the addition of a disc to the back of a phone case can make a huge difference in the frequency exposure

This may simply be because it’s made of shungite-I really can’t say, but it works for me.


Side note-when I went looking up bad examples and incorrectly made specimens, I honestly found quite a lot of good ones online, and people really trying their best to understand and share this information. I am just one of those people, and I learn what I can from those who write books and bravely post their experiments online.

As always, do your own experimentation and investigation, and I hope you find this article helpful, and if you would like to try a phone disc, or any other item out of my shop. Go to:



Orgonite phone discs

Mandatory Minerals

Avoid Mineral Deficiency Naturally

Ain’t No Sunshine.
I am bringing up the subject of minerals today and inviting you to join me on another fascinating journey, as we explore why we need to care about our mineral intake, what happens when we don’t, and simple ways to make sure the bio electrical unit you inhabit has the correct type and amount of metals and minerals to keep your circuitry conductive, and your neurons merrily firing.

On the road to Somewhere, I have landed in Springfield Missouri. I will be here for another few months, then I’ll be traveling south. In the Autumn and winter months, in this particular region of the country there is great many days without sunshine. I mean, if you find yourself looking around a half deserted city street and wondering if you have accidentally taken up residence in a vampire colony, you might just be in Missouri. One friend of mine described this area in one word. “Gray.” I will extol the virtues, pro’s and con’s of Springfield on another post, but having come here from the unlimited sunshine of Florida, I began to feel weird, and strangely gray. I heard a few references regarding the popularity of people using vitamin D supplements, to make up for the lack of light, and I began to investigate.

Being me, and mostly vegetarian, I obviously don’t drink milk, which might be the second thing you would think of, after direct sunlight, so I started looking into sources for vitamin D, which led me to investigate the different forms of vitamin k, (which is hugely important, as it tells the calcium where to go) and ended up with a renewed respect and more current information on the mineral kingdom inside of me, it’s relationship to my vitamins, and what simply things I could do to make sure I did not join the legions of SADD camo wearing pale skins, shuffling through the isles of Home Depot and Wal Mart, looking for a happy thought. Or power tools and beer. Most likely, the latter.


Minerals: the top essentials

About 20 minerals have so far been identified as essential to human life.

Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium and chloride are required in amounts of more than 100mg a day.

The rest are known as trace minerals or elements, though some – iron, zinc, selenium, chromium, manganese, iodine and copper – are deemed more important than others, like silicon, molybdenum, and boron.

Sometimes you will see fluoride in that list. It has been a source of much controversy, and may have it’s uses, but it is most certainly not an essential mineral and I am obviously not a big fan of having it added to water sources.

So, sounds simple enough, right? You just eat an incredible variety of fruits, vegetables, Brazil nuts, ethically sourced fish, and related oils, some fermented cruciferous things, get plenty of sunshine, and maybe some pure butter, made only from consenting, grass fed pasture raised cows, lots of shitake mushrooms, and eat your Wheaties, sprinkled liberally with iodized table salt. Right?


Unfortunately, most people can’t create a perfectly balanced diet from available everyday sources. Even those of us who do care about such things, can’t be reasonably certain that any of those plants were grown in soil containing any of the required minerals at all. Soil has become increasingly depleted as it is over farmed, and supplementation has replaced the natural processes in a large percentage of the commercially available food sources. Many of the RDA’s set forth by the FDA date back as far as the 1920’s, and have never been officially questioned in any way.

“The first RDAs for protein, energy, and 8 vitamins and minerals were established in 1941 by the US National Research Council at the request of the National Defense Advisory Commission ” They were periodically updated.


A Precarious Balance

Essential minerals balance out the PH system, so blood and soft tissue do not become too acidic, or alkaline. They aid in transporting nutrients to the cells, regulate hormones, blood pressure, oxygen delivery, and the transmission of neurological signals to the brain, as well as the nervous system in general. The essential vitamins are co dependent on the essential minerals to do their jobs. The actions are inextricably related. For instance, calcium needs to be present to metabolize vitamin C, zinc for A, magnesium for B, selenium for A and D, ect. Your muscular-skeletal system is dependent on it, your brain is dependent on it.

In a perfect world, sunlight drenches the plants and oceans, the plants transform the minerals from the water and the soil into a form that is bio available to our systems, and we ingest them. The problems arise when the supplements and fortifications that are added to the food where these natural processes have been short shifted, are in the wrong form. This is how they have demonized certain minerals like copper, iodine and boron and explains how you can have heavy metal toxicity, and still be mineral deficient. We can’t eat pennies, or re bar, only plants can. We can only utilize a small percentage of minerals that may be offered in incorrect forms, the rest get stored in places they don’t belong, and may start a chain reaction of other issues that may be impossible to reverse engineer back to the root cause of the current distress. For instance, unregulated calcium, and fluorite without vitamin k or boron, will calcify your pineal gland, and other soft tissue, yet not always go to your teeth and bones, where it belongs.



Sidenote: Water. A huge villain in the heavy metal toxicity story is tap water. Often pipes or the sources themselves are terribly unsafe and overloaded with all manner of metals and other pathogens. If you can avoid it, don’t drink straight tap water. Most grocery stores have refill stations that offer filtered or RO water for just a few cents.

Solutions, Always A Solution

The best solution is obviously to eat a balanced diet.

Food grown as organically as possible from healthy soil, and minimally packaged. If you eat animals, choose fish and meat that live as normal an animal lifestyle as possible, which includes grazing on it’s native food sources, so the circle of life can function as nature intended. Avoid processed foods, and just because something has an impressive list of added vitamins and minerals, don’t assume they are in the correct forms to be assimilated.

There is a young Englishman featured in Food and Wine magazine, Henry Hargreaves, who drags a magnet through some cereals, and pulls out all the iron filings. Frightening! This is clearly not what we need in the way of additives. The irony, so to speak, is that people are warned away from copper, which helps with inflammation, arthritis, histamine tolerance, adrenaline regulation, and brain health, whereas excess iron causes inflammation, system stress, and reduces liver function. We do need iron, but not in the form of metal bits! That only works with plants. Copper also aids in the absorption and distribution of other minerals, including iron, so if you are low in copper, you can eat a bowl of filings, and still be mineral deficient, as well as toxic.

Other metals found in cereal include arsenic, mercury, lead and aluminum. These are NOT minerals meant to be ingested. Why are they in our food? (quote sources)

Find a reputable brand of a multi mineral liquid. There are several kinds on the market, depending on your personal needs, but most often these offer minerals in a form and amount that your body can process without unnecessary stress, build up or excess.

Sea Salt Water. This is by far the cheapest and easiest way to get a leg up on your mineral balance. Get some Himalayan pink sea salt, or any good mineral salt, mix a couple of teaspoons of it with filtered water, and take a few sips every morning. Sea salt can contain numerous trace elements. These elements exist in minute concentrations but work with other minerals to maintain optimal functions in your body. Trace minerals you may find in sea salt include phosphorus, bromine, boron, zinc, iron, manganese, copper and silicon. Your body uses some of these minerals, such as iron and zinc, to make enzymes involved in metabolism. Although phosphorus typically occurs in trace amounts in sea salt, it is actually an essential macro-mineral. Your body uses it as a structural component of bones, teeth and cell membranes, as well as for energy production.


Control the Things You Can. Obviously we live in the world we are presented with, but you can minimize the toxic metals in your life, like aluminum, lead, cambium, fluorite, and mercury, by minimizing the use of products that contain them. The most obvious being cooking utensils, coated pots and pans, cheap toys, cleaning chemicals, industrial chemicals, commercially produced cigarettes, questionable water, pre packaging on food items, pesticides, cosmetics, and the list goes on…..

Actual Metal should never be eaten in it’s elemental form. But, wearing silver, gold, copper, platinum, or titanium, can transmit trace molecules in small amounts that can be beneficial. (Why do you think Royalty wore all that gold?)

If you know for a fact that you are deficient in something particular, you might investigate colloidal minerals, which is a form that is already bio available and easily integrated into the system. This is not a blanket statement, however, and if you want some really good science, please read this article, by  Dr. John Switzer.https://ein-langes-leben.de/resources-english/56-colloidal-minerals-fact-and-myth.  As always, check your sources, ask for credentials, and make sure your hard earned money isn’t buying empty promises. If you are an amateur scientist and investigator like myself, there are many tutorials regarding making your own. Don’t experiment on your friends, and buzz words are just trends. The internet has become a politically skewed dumpsite, but the science is still out there.

I hope you found this article helpful, and not at all hysterical or depressing. Because no one wants to be SADD.









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