Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Building an ORAC for HDR

Using an Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) with the HDR is my latest experiment. I plant to test the HDR with the ORAC to see what properties orgone energy has that could help the HDR.

Building an ORAC for use with HDR is quite simple. In fact, I created a video on how to build an ORAC for HDR.

You need some organic cloth (cotton, wool, linen) and some metal foil to trap the orgone energy that is caught inside the Orgone Accumulator or ORAC.

Hopefully this will increase the abilities of the Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR) and allow the user of the HDR to improve the results they are receiving.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Using an ORAC with the HDR

Steven Gibbs Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR) can be used with an Orgone Accumulator (ORAC) because the orgone is basic to radionics devices. Most work on ORACs and HDRs has not yet been done. We still need to see the effect of using Orgone technology with Steven Gibbs equipment.

The STICK REACTION is probably connected to orgone energy. It relies on the operator finding the correct electromagnetic frequency using a rubbing plate on the HDR.

By placing an ORAC inside the witness well of the HDR, it might be that I am able to increase the potential of the radionics device known as the Hyper Dimensional Resonator.

Since I use the HDR for astral time travel it is possible that an orgone accumulator or ORAC will facilitate the process. Most ORAC are built using alternating layers of cloth (organic) and metal to concentrate the orgone energy.

More information on Orgone Energy using ORAC & HDR.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Strange Anomaly after using HDR

Steven Gibbs called me today and told me that after using his HDR he was driving along and all the lights suddenly and unexpectedly went out. He told me that he nearly had a crash and felt like he had been transfered to another timeline.

I told him that I also had an event after using the HDR where all the lights went out including car lights and engines. The cars started honking their horns due to the stop lights being out. A few minutes later everything returned to normal. Not sure what caused the strange blackout. I do not think it was related to Steven Gibbs HDR.

Friday, June 03, 2005

Timeline with a strange language

I went astral to a timeline that looked beyond strange. A few people spoke English, but most spoke a global language called Ixchara. It was made of odd loops and sinister curlicues. Like nothing I have seen before. Perhaps close to heiroglyphics.

One billboard in both Ixchara and English said "Ixchara makes us on" and goofy letters underneath.

People did not have cars except for the ultra rich so they all rode buses - no trains. I did not see any bicycles or scooters. The buses were small like a van and they crammed a lot of people in there. No houses but big apartments with little rooms. The stores had dusty shelves and old merchandise.

My estimate is that this was in the 2020's, but could have been later. The people wore jeans and t-shirts both men & women - no dress or suit. Only cops wore hats, they were on the street corners with a stick - no gun.

Here is the weird part, on most timelines the traffic lights are red, yellow & green. Here is was two colors, Pink for go, and a blue for stop. The pink light started flashing before it switched to blue. The vans would stop at the light and drop people off.

A few old people still spoke English and they lamented the new world president from the supercontinent of Eurasia.

Most jumps are uneventful, but this one makes Steven Gibbs HDR a joy.