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Elementary Orgone Machines by Jon Logan
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With the exceptions of the Vacuum Tube and Condenser Tube, these are devices which I have developed. While I have found them to perform consistently, I encourage you to regard the following as my opinion, based on my experiences. Please feel free to experiment with these designs and develop them further. This key shows the color coding for various materials used in the construction of these simple components. All of these components may be manufactured from common materials from the hardware or building supply store. For more information on Orgone Matrix Material, check out the info section of my website.
A note on the vacuum and condenser tubes: Both of these designs have been in use for decades, and both constitute a simple example of the concept of broken symmetry. Since the surface area of the pipe walls is many times greater than the surface area of the openings at the ends of the pipe, both the Vacuum tube and the Condenser tube are ‘active’ in that they create a broken symmetry, and extract energy. The amount of energy which passes through the layered walls of the pipe is greater than that which can pass through the holes at the ends of the pipe. In the Condenser tube, this broken symmetry is used to increase the charge density inside the pipe. In the Vacuum tube, it is used to increase the flow rate of orgone through the pipe in one direction. If you used a piece of pipe that was really wide and very short, then the energy transfer capacity of the sides and ends of the pipe would be close to the same, ie. they would be ‘symmetrical’. But since the pipe is longer than it is wide, the energy transfer capacity of the sides vastly exceeds that of the ends, and there we have our ‘broken symmetry’. Using the layers of organic and metallic materials just makes it more pronounced. In fact, since organic and metallic materials behave different with respect to orgone, there is another ‘broken symmetry. Metallic substances at first attract and then strongly repel orgone under most circumstances. Organic substances tend to attract and absorb orgone. If they did not behave differently in this manner, then we would have no appreciable flow bias, and the ORAC would not work.
Condenser Tube Probably the most familiar of the simple devices shown here, this device is the basis of many wands and ‘beamers’ currently in use by various manufacturers. It is also the basic concept at the heart of the Orgone Accumulator, or ORAC. In its simplest form, it consists of a section of metal pipe with a layering of organic material on the outer surface. The organic material may be paint, fabric, paper or a coiled chord or thin rope. This layering creates an effect whereby Orgone is inductively attracted to the cavity inside the pipe. Once the energy is inside the pipe, it is easier for the energy to flow lengthwise inside the pipe than it is to exit through the walls of the pipe against the incoming flow. If a small condenser tube is connected to a large ORAC, the charge density inside the ORAC may be high enough that the condensing action of the tube is effectively bypassed and it functions simply as a hollow pipe, with energy flowing out of the ORAC through the pipe. Usually, however, the charge density will build inside the pipe until it begins to flow out of the ends. The maximum charge density which the condenser will attain is defined by the surface area of the sides of the pipe in relation to the surface area of the openings at the ends of the pipe. If you close off the ends of the pipe and give them the same layering treatment you have a rudimentary ORAC. As developed by Wilhelm Reich, and developed further by modern researchers working with orgone accumulators, an ORAC employs same layering concept but with more than one layer. With no adjacent mass of energy absorbent material, energy will flow slowly out of both pipe ends. Since orgone is negentropic (smaller potential is attracted to a weaker potential), one can make the condenser tube unidirectional by placing a mass of orgonite or other energy absorbent material in contact with one end of the pipe. If so, the energy will flow towards the end with the higher energy potential created by the absorbent mass of organic material, a quartz or glass lens, or a piece of orgonite. This device is useful both as a controlled conduit for energy and for a non-processing attenuator of ambient orgone fields. Vacuum Tube The orgone Vacuum tube is, in short- the opposite of the condenser tube. By placing the organic layering on the inside of the pipe, the directional flow bias of the pipe walls is reversed. This causes the energy to be expelled from the interior of the pipe, rather than drawn into it (along the sides of the pipe). Since orgone has something like surface tension, as energy is expelled from the sides of the pipe, it draws more energy along behind it. This causes one end of the pipe to become an inlet, and the other to become the output. The output end exudes a stream of orgone that is moving much faster than the slow flow from the ends of the condenser tube, at lower charge density. An orgone vacuum tube is useful for focusing the energy on a small spot, and for increasing the rate at which the energy is moving. I use vacuum tubes in some cases to stimulate large masses of EXD
orgonite. If left to its own devices and not near a ‘ballast’ (energy absorbent mass described above), the vacuum tube will randomly develop a positive end negative end based on environmental factors and the polarity of the pipe itself. But if placed in contact with an ballast, the vacuum tube will flow toward the ballast typically. While it indeed possible to reverse the polarity of an orgone vacuum tube, to do so takes more force than to reverse the polarity of a condenser tube, as there is more momentum to deal with. With some kinds of ballast, like large ORAC, the vacuum tube will form a slow pattern of oscillation as it gradually builds up enough charge density inside the ORAC (if the ORAC is large enough in proportion to the vacuum tube and if there is no other opening in the ORAC) to finally cause the ORAC to discharge back through the vacuum tube. With a ballast made of quartz or orgonite, the vacuum tube will typically blow continually towards the ballast since the ballast made of orgonite or quartz does not have the same back pressure characteristics as the ORAC. For more information on ORACs, check out PORE or google ‘orgone accumulator’. The rest of these components make use of Orgone Matrix Material, know variously as Ergonite™, Orgonite®, Orgontek™, and other trade names. Since this is a relatively new material to benefit the sciences of orgonomy and radionics, many of these simple machines have no doubt been discovered by other researchers, but i have never read about them on the web. The characteristics of orgonite especially with respect to differing densities give many usable effects. Since different densities of orgonite have different charge densities and backpressure / flow rate characteristic, we can make use of the negentropic properties of orgone to produce several different useful components for engineering in radionics and other applications. One Way Valve This is a simple combination of (roughly) masses of organic material and orgonite. For the sake of convenience, the organic material can be the same resin used to make the orgone matrix material, or other suitable substance. I cannot overstate the usefulness of this simple device in engineering bioenergy devices based in orgone matrix material, as if affords a measure of control of the direction of flow of the energy in small and simple package. Since the orgone matrix material stores a higher charge density than the plain resin from which it is made (usually polyester, epoxy or acrylic), the energy will always want to flow towards and out of the side with the orgonite. The orgonite for this component can be of any density. The one way valve can be made in virtually any shape or size, though it works best in a disk, slab or cylindrical shape. The two layers of materials do not need to interpenetrate. Depending on the characteristics of the orgonite and organic material used, it can be made to be (mostly) passive or self-stimulating. The density and size of the orgonite half determine the minimum forward orgone flow rate needed to pass through the valve. The properties and size of the organic half determine the maximum backpressure needed to overpower the valve. Depending on how it is connected to a larger apparatus, it can be made to function as an oscillator (by gradually building up either ‘pressure’ required to either activate or overpower the valve). However, imo it functions best as a directional or ‘pressure activated’ orgone valve. The smaller the organic half is in proportion to the mean energy storage potential of the orgonite half, the less backpressure the valve will hold. The larger (in proportion to the organic half) the mean energy storage capacity of the orgonite half, the more forward pressure the valve will require to activate it. Generally, I use XHD orgonite and a ratio of between 1:1 and 1:3 (plain organic is the first number; orgone matrix material is the second number; numbers refer to cubic volume). Unlike mechanical one way valves used for conventional fluid or gas engineering, forcing energy backwards through this valve does not appear to permanently damage it. Generator / Modulator This is the simplest form of an ‘bioplasmic generator / modulator’ which is a device which converts other forms of energy to orgone. These devices continue to see more and more use in the general field of radionics, especially as applied to manifestation, alternative health and agriculture. By controlling the characteristics of the orgone matrix material recipe, we can control the characteristics of the energy produced. For more information on orgonite recipes, visit the info section of my website. Contrary to many publicly voiced opinions, I do not consider TBs and HHGs to be bioplasmic generator / modulators as they perform a function more properly described as converting orgone form one state to another. In order to be a generator, it needs to do more than simply convert orgone which it acquires from the ambient energy fields. It needs also to ADD to the ambient orgone fields of an area. A simple mass of orgonite (of any density, but HD and higher work best) with w ire running through it will release orgone when radionic or electric current is passed through the wire. By controlling the signal put through the wire, we can control signal which the orgone field produced by the device carries. For do-ityourselfers, a simple cylinder of HD or XHD or EXD orgone matrix material with a wire running down the center will produce an omni directional emission from the sides of the cylinder. By constructing an array of these simple devices, one can produce a powerful bioplasmic generator with modulate capacity, without the need for complicated coil winding patterns. The devices should be (if using HD or higher) at least 2 inches long and at least ¾ inch thick. This component will work with either DC or AC. If connected to a radionic tuner, the modulation effect will take second stage to the generation effect, but it will still release energy. This is the simplest workable form of the bioplasmic generator that I know of. Directional Generator / Modulator If we wrap a piece of quartz, solid glass, or a light bulb filled with inert gas such as xenon or argon with a piece of wire and cast that into a chunk of XHD orgonite, we have a slightly more advanced generator. The wire can be a single pass, it does not have to be a mobius
coil. Mobius coils are more efficient, it’s true. Stick a one way valve on the end opposite the discharge. Leave the quartz protruding from one end. The design can be made more efficient by using 2 densities of orgonite, rather than one. The lower density of orgone matrix material should be between the plain organic material and the XHD. If you are using a light bulb, is it still best to wrap the bulb with a simple coil or even s ingle wrap of wire, rather than relying on the filament inside the bulb. This design can be driven by the same methods described above, and is scalable. By building an array of these simple devices one can have a powerful generator, or a multi-channel generator. In fact, if you make a half dozen of them from little flashlight bulbs and arrange them in a circle pointing inwards, it makes a reasonably efficient mid-size bioplasmic generator for radionics applications. While no doubt there are many more advanced designs than this on the market, this is the concept reduced to its simplest form. This may not be an elementary machine, but I thought it was worth including as it illustrates the basic concept at the heart of most of what’s on the market presently, along with the preceding design.
Orgone Comparator This is a handy little gizmo. While I developed it for use in the stick pads of my radionics devices, it has many other applications in orgone engineering. The device is depicted in cross section (as are all of the other devices in this article). It functions on a simple principle. A small block of XHD orgone matrix material is connected to a sheet of metal. The metal can be of any type, and should be at (roughly) between 1/6 and ¼ the thickness of the orgonite block. The metal sheet should be 4 to 6 times the width of the orgonite block in the other two dimensions. The Orgonite block can be of any shape, so long as it has one flat side to affix to the metal. Radionic signal A is the base signal, the one that does not vary as you tune the circuit. Radionic signal B is the signal to be tested. By placing the orgonite block against the metal, you get a weak orgone mission through the metal plate. DO NOT use a large piece of orgonite, as this will cause the device to push orgone through the metal sheet too easily. Connect the metal sheet to a wire carrying radionic signal B. Run radionic signal A across a wire which is opposite the orgonite block form the metal sheet. When the signal A and B do not match, the device will produce a weak orgone emission form the metal sheet on the side opposite the orgonite block. When then two signals match, it is much easier for the energy to pass through the sheet, as the energy coming off the orgonite block is of similar characteristics to the energy signature of the metal sheet. This device can be adapted to many uses, either as a modification to existing radionics devices, or as a stand alone analyzer which compares two samples. Conceivably, the wires could be substituted for organic hoses carrying orgone energy emission, one from a ‘benchmark’ orgone emitter, and one from a sample. In this case, the device should be able to give a comparative analysis of the energy strength of the two orgone sources. The basic concept is that when the metal sheet (B) and the wire (A) are in resonance, there is much more energy emitted from the metal sheet. Dowsing would be an alternate method of detecting the emission to use as a stick pad, as would the use of an orgone meter, though such meters may or may not be sensitive at this point in time. Local to Remote Converter In radionics trend broadcast, it is often the case that we want to send energy to a remote target. I developed this device to make the process of energy transfer more efficient. While you will achieve a certain amount of transfer by simply exposing a sample of the remote target to the energy emissions from your radionic machine, much of the energy bypasses the sample and is radiated into the area local to the machine being used to transmit the energy. By placing two one way valves together so that they push against each other, you get a region of much higher charge density where they meet. Placing the target sample in this region makes it easier for the energy to exit the region of higher charge density through the link provided by the target sample than by forcing its way out against one of the one way valves. Wrapping the sides of the one way valves in a metal covering makes the process more efficient. A small recess may be cast into the output sides of the one way valves, in order to facilitate placement of the target sample.
Remote to Local Converter By inverting the above design, we get a device that pulls strongly through the link from the remote target sample and emits it locally. This effect can be useful for establishing a link to a known
entity, or accessing a remote source of energy. It is also useful to some degree in analysis. The device can be closed off at one end, with a metal covering over the output end of one of the one way valves, though imo it functions better with both ends open.
Field Rotation Inducer By modifying a one way valve as shown, we get an effect which causes the emission to spin. The device is disk shaped, and a wide disk of XHD orgonite is inset with a small disk of organic material which almost goes all the way through. This causes the energy to be ‘pinched’ because the emission from the center of the wide disk is moving much faster than the emission at the edges of the wide disk. Also, since the actual layer of EXD is thinnest at the center, the energy moves laterally along the surface if the wide disk, causing the emission to spin. Casting a circular indentation into the EXD disk increases the spin rate, as does taking some time to experiment with ratios of the EXD disk to the organic disk. The rotational direction appears to be clockwise most often, though i have yet to put more research into this device. By placing a ring-shaped grouping of smaller orgone emitters or other ‘pickups’ around the circumference of the rotation, we can induce a pulsed output from each of the smaller emitters in turn (not shown). This device has applications in creating a larger field of influence from a smaller device, as spinning the field within a room causes more field effects than having a simple discharge into the room. One person commented that a variant of this device was like a ‘campfire’ in that it produced a central spire of energy. This design works best with a relatively wide and thin disk of EXD. I accidentally discovered this design by using the bottom of a 1 gallon metal coffee can as a mold, and the ring shaped indentations were cast into the bottom of the coffee can. With more research done into the mathematical proportions of the device, likely the rate and direction of the rotation could be controlled by the pattern of the indentation on the surface of the EXD disk. These are all designs which could do with much more R & D, and I welcome your feedback and comments. Please feel free to use any of these designs which may be of use to you, though be advised they are all in the public domain as of this publication. (this article originally appeared in issue 3 of Modern Orgone)