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john



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Location: SW Herefordshire, UK

 
PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2005 3:43 pm    Post subject: Cloudbusters and black lines  

Timely and inspiration visit from Kelly and Cesco. Kelly discovered that a CB placed on a black energy line would convert it to positive, which a TB, HHG and Earth Pipe wouldn't do, not to this nasty line anyway. It remains to be seen if this is lasts. This, incidently Very Happy , is the holy grail of geopathic dowsers, who seem to rely on a copper rod up to now.

This line passed through the corner of the cellar where two nasty demonic type spirits were in residence, one in this corner by the window, taken 2-3 days after the CB was placed on the line:


When the CB was put on the line they changed from being like hissing alley cats into grim silence, and the last time Kelly looked they were crying Crying or Very sad, so I hope the line was the reason they were there, or the anchor for them. Also that, IMO, is another holy grail of house/geopathic dowsers, being able to remove nasty spirits Very Happy (and I don't see how you can clear a house effectively without dealing with negative lines) One friend refused to go in the cellar, so not something to have in your house.

Here is the 28mm CB on the line looking in the lines direction

Kelly first discovered this on a black line in the park that a dowser had previously found, where I had dug a 3 ft deep hole and filled with high quartz pebbles, plus 4 TBs, to no effect. I also burnt my ass on it some years back when I was experimenting with psychedelics, similar to a chemical burn right through my trousers, where the trousers were unscathed apart from a flattening of the cord. Shocked I thought, first, that I had been given a metaphysical kick up the backside! Perhaps I had.

He also discovered that a 15mm pipe CB also did the trick, with the pipes being about 2ft long (also, no good with just the base). Here is a 15mm one in front of the house, being to the right of the bush, line goes through double doors:



It was also a great luck to get Kelly and Cesco to make some coils and tortain CBs, this one is pride of place by the house, on a crossing point for two bad lines


and this is a 22mm tortian pipe one (due for London) near my first CB:



So this is CB Country at the moment, 7 around at the moment Very Happy

Kelly did some work on a few trees which was an experience, found a chi waterfall nearby, as well as some vortexes which he opened, I'll leave him to talk about that if he wants, or Rich who was responsible for their visit here. Quite an honour to get Cesco to do the coil for my Big Secret and Kelly to tune it Very Happy

john
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Rich



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Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2005 5:17 pm    Post subject:  

It was a wonderfilled few days. Johns, Court, the grounds, and the area in general is a stunningly beautiful part of the UK, an area which shows that all the bloomin' rain we endure has some value to our countryside!

I will leave the Votex stories to Laozu, as he and Cesco are currently on a major jaunt and dont want to steal any thunder, however I will say the whole experience was amazing.

One thing i would like to add was a nice idea which popped up, as when we made our first two torsions we only had rather small xtals which would fit into Cesco's pipe LSC's as finding xtals with a negative end which will touch the reverse 'S' is quite tricky. We found that you can put a smaller ctystal with the negative end touching the 'S', then placing another large xtal ontop seems to work well;



The picture above also highlights another issue, this being that the negative end seems to be the very lowest point of the xtal, to get around this, again we tested and found that if you break away a piece of xtal at the edges which is lower you can create a centred negative end (or at least closer to centred), so using the picture above as an example - you can break off the negative peak where the xtals touch in the picture, leaving the peak below it as the negative point.


Above is just to show that once you have chipped off the edges you can place straight (although I haven't done the chipping in the picture - it is just to show the idea).

This is clearly still a tricky thing to do, as the xtals/coil requires setting into a little resin/shavings and must touch positive (tip) to negative (lowest point), but with care this should produce a souped up pipe plug, John and I will be experimenting with this on our next few CBs which we will hopefully sell (at around cost price) on Johns 'TowerbustersUK' as long as they are of a good quality energy wise.

After a demonstration by Cesco I had a go at a LSC, strewth! they are far from easy, but will practise in hope of emulating one of his great creations.

Good Times. Much thanks to John and his family for putting us up.

Peace

Rich
Laozu



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Location: Palouse Hills

 
Posted: Sun Aug 21, 2005 1:24 pm    Post subject:  

Cesco and I owe many thanks to John and Rich for there wonderful hospitality during our brief sojourn in England, and for picking us up at the airports and driving us to vortices about Herefordshire.

John's place is like no other we have seen. It is if it were taken out an illustration of a fairy tale book, or as if one were taken back to England of the 10'th century.

When Rich and I arrived the first day at John's place, he took us on a short tour of the place, and toward's evening we got to the field with the negative line. John asked if the qi in such a line could be changed, and I don't recall which of us thought of the idea of burying a CB on it. But next morning before going to Stansted to pick up Cesco he transferred a CB he already had to the line, and when we four checked on it that evening, it had turned positive (at least as far I could see in each direction).

As reported above, a smaller CB turned out to do the job as well.

A little over a half week later Cesco and I were in Germany visiting CB-Ray, a member of the German orgonite forum. There was a negative line through his living room, and there was also a CB planted just outside the house on that line. Given our experience in England, this seemed quite strange, so we decided to remove the CB and see what, if any, changes would occur. Rainer (CB-Ray) began to remove the soil from about the CB and found four very strong maganets which he had forgotten that he had placed in the ground about the CB to increase its power. As soon as he had removed the magnets, but before he removed the the CB, the line turned immediately positive.

There was another negative line in his house, but there was nowhere outside on that line which was suitable for placing a CB. Cesco suggested that we try placing TBs in a circle on the line. After some experiment we found that 6 was the optimal number. However it made a difference what the diameter of the circle was, as to how strong power of the TB-configuation was. In this case, the optimal was about a foot, as I recall. Just putting the 6 on the circle in the house helped somewhat, but the line remained a bit negative. So we went outside and buried them in the ground on the line, in the circular configuration with the proper diameter. The result was a quite positive line.

We applied the same treatment on a negative line through the farmhouse near the Continental CB in Switzerland about a week later. And with the same positive result.

In Switzerland near the region of Zürich, and in Heidelberg, Germany we applied a similar solution to some special places of power. But this is another story.
john



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Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2005 11:21 am    Post subject:  

Coincidence control was working overtime, good to get something come from finding that line with the dowser years ago. And I just happened to have two CBs handy Wink Then the right man turned up with the knowledge Very Happy

Just wanted to say I had 4 TBs on the directions NESW, on that line, not sure of the diameter, but under a foot. Can't wait for you to see if the CB works if buried in clay pipe, and how small we can make it, but if 6 TBs does the trick that is a great discovery.

I can send 6 Tbs to some dowsers and see what comes of it, but not going to hold my breath on that one.

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Laozu



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Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2005 5:23 am    Post subject:  

For some time there has been a negative entity in my workroom at home. I warned him last night to vacate, but of course he ignored me. He was always hovering over a negative line in the ground, and this evening I moved the CB in my front yard so that it now is planted on that line.

But the line is no longer negative. Right after the move, the negative entity became rather upset and angry. It is now nowhere to be seen.
Laozu



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Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2005 5:45 am    Post subject:  

Here is the Zürich story.

When I first began posting on Georg's forum, my German was even worse than it is now, and one Swiss member Hans took pity on me and sent me an electronic German dictionary.

Cesco and I were making a circuit through southern Germany and northern Switerland, gifting vortices, and Hans very graciously hosted us when when got to his neck of the woods near the town of Aesch in the vicinity of Zürich.

Not far from Aesch is a monument honoring the Swiss soldiers of World War I. It is on a pyramid shaped base, and there is a metal sculpture resembling a flame standing on the middle of the base. Hans thought it was a bit strange, and so brought us to take a look at it.

He was correct. It was strange. At right angles to each of the sides of the base there were lines of qi running through the ground. These lines were negative, and from each of the four sides negative qi was moving toward the center. Furthermore negative qi was entering into the metal sculpture from above. And there was a negative entity within the sculpture at the bottom, seemingly absorbing all this negative qi.

So we buried six TBs, in the shape of a circle of the proper radius, on the worse of the lines coming out of the monument. Not only did that line turn positive, but so did the other one, and positive qi began flowing into the monument from all four directions. And negative qi no longer flowed from above into the flame.

From the base we saw a vortex off in the distance, so we left to tend to it. After about an hour we returned. By then there was positive qi entering into the top of the sculpture, the negative entity had gone, and there was a positive entity there.

It was now getting late, so Hans led us through Zürich and set us on our way toward Bern, where we hoped to find the town where Markus lived, and to see the Continental CB.
Laozu



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Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2005 6:14 am    Post subject:  

We found Markus' house, not without a bit of work, and next day Markus took us to the farm where the CCB is located. There was a bad line through the farmhouse, which we treated with 6-TB method, and there was a vortex on a hill not too far away.

But of course the most interesting thing was the CCB. There is a group of four CBs, with huge crystals in the center. Here is a photo when first constructed last year:

But it did not seem to be working quite as well as it should. After we arrived, we looked at it carefully, and noticed that in each CB the six pipes were connected at the top by copper bolts:

This was interfering with the operation, so Markus and we removed the bolts, and the structure became considerably more positive.

Our trip had been undertaken to create a positive canopy of qi over central Europe. But although the canopy had been begun at this point of our journey, it had not yet extended to the area over the CCB.

However, when we left the premises that afternoon, there was a disk of positive qi high in the air above the CCB.
john



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Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2005 11:05 am    Post subject:  

Can't fault the weather since you have been, and felt good in Monmouth which is a first Smile. Since I put my first CB up, 1-2 years ago, the weather has been great, none of those whiteouts that we used to get for weeks in summer, what Bill Bryson called like living in a tupperware box Smile. Depressing day in day out. Now if we get cloud in the morning I know it will be gone later in the day. Most days we get nice puffy white clouds, plenty of blue bits, even no cloud days, I had 3 in Cornwall which is like a minor miracle! And the sky/clouds look truly beautiful, although you have to be something of an aesethic to really appreciate it (a minor enlightenment). Also, there is always a nice breeze that you could just sit in all day, exquisate feeling in other words. We have had numerous rainbows, more in one year than I can recall over a lifetime, and more noticable thunderstorms, one very recently was a 2 hour job that was better than any film.

Is 4 CBs a CCB? I wonder what 6 would do. I took the use of wood in the CB to be an indication that they shouldn't be connected by metal, but was going to ask about perspex. I wonder if they construct those monuments to generate negative energy.

Great discovery of 6 TBs dealing with lines, dowsers have used copper wire, stones, copper earthing rod etc, to not much effect. And removing nasty entities is a great bonus, as they can't do much for your mood especially if you are prone to depression, agression or an alcoholic, where I wouldn't be surprised to find that they could possess you to carry out some nasty deed.

I presume powerlines churn out DOR, and was meaning to ask what is your recommendation to the big ones--24 cables I counted in one, not sure about voltage? Also the average place where they have all of those what look like transformers, where the power lines come into, near the towns.

Pic of two 22mm Cbs, one on left is one you made (2 galls), one on right Rich made, ended up with 4 galls! Going to Manchester soon. Didn't take long to attract local wildlife Smile Pic of clips as well, not ideal to look at but didn't want to lose your tuning. Can you see any increase in output with double the orgonite?, although crystal/coil may be different, and centre pipe not tuned exactly. I was wondering if it was a good idea to add another gallon or two to the other one. My first CB, by the way, had only ferrous/steel metal in it, no aluminium that I can recall.



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