114 and 108
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[Ideas dreamt up by Cesco.]
For mini TBs
 One Zero Eight by laozu
 One One Four
by laozu The etheric dynamics of it are really different to the ones
of the 108.
It created a strong flow of orgone towards the pattern from all directions.
The drawn DOR was transformed into POR and went right up into the sky.
This movement of Qi was very strong at the begining, then slowing down.
On the next morning it was slightly noticeable, but still working in the same manner: creating a flow to the center and then moving the Qi up into the sky.
The 108 I had assembled in my workshop about a week or so before behaved different, more stable, but, nevertheless it built up a pleasant feeling of positive energy inside the house.
[EW 2009 July] Unusual Radionics Considerations
[EW 2009 July] 108
[Ew July 2008] Sylphs and 18s
[EW April 2008]
Kaleakakua Bay, Etc, April 2008--Don Croft
Carol had remotely monitored the energy of the 18s during the first day and it took several hours for the vertical beams of orgone from the devices to connect with the healthy orgone canopy, high above the island.
[EW March 2008]
The Towerbuster (TB) 6 TBs in a circle The hexagram
To get the circles use the Flower
and Seed of life method, keep
drawing circles until you get the ones you want
For 114 one in middle, 6 around it.
For 108 use the outer circles that cut inside the centre one.
You will need to make a bar compass.
It works best for a 8x4ft sheet to make one in 2x2. Bought bow compass on
ebay (£10 for a set) and aim to hammer my last 2 compasses into dust with a
sledgehammer, they were that bad. Spent some time finding a bow compass even
existed and then time finding one at the right price. You can make one out of a
bit of wood, pencil and nail which I probably will do as I need a wider radius
for the 108 circles, maybe.
My one at its greatest length was perfect, bit of luck there, just hope the 10 3/4 radius isn't too small, effect wise.
Home made bar compass using electrician's tape, need to pull it almost to breaking point, to get it tight.
This is one made using glazing mastic with 9mm ply--doesn't sink.
I used 5mm (3/16ths) hardwood ply which sank OK.
Tried wire method
OK, but need to use smaller mesh, as seen below.
Used roofing/gutter bolts (6mm) next with bit of cardboard to hold them in
Doesn't matter if bolt not centre as you can drill hole where it is needed. Cesco didn't like the energy effect of the bolts, preferred to use glue method.
Raw linseed my be a good idea to delay decay, what we use on outside hardwood doors.
Template for metal one and for 18 buried in ground:
This is the best mesh to use: