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emlong
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2011 6:38 am    Post subject: Succor Punch and Cats Reply with quote

I made my first Succor Punch today using a 6 inch x 1.5 inch Vogel crystal- a very pale and perfectly clear citrine.
The 15 Hz pulsations can be faintly felt on the body of the crystal itself. My cats are gravitating to the device and are were immediately curious about it when the circuit was energized. The wraps were none too good but seem adequate energetically.
I have also been connecting a 15 Hz Parazapper circuit to the chembazookas central pipes and geeting areal strong signal at the pipe. Chentrailing has halted here, but the next time they fire up the clouds the bazooka will be out there with the zapper circuits going to see what happens.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2011 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can you explain how the zapper is hooked to the bazooka?
Better yet, a pic!
I have been messing around with frequencies and my CB. Just don't know how well it works to clip a zapper to the pipe. Seems the easiest though.
Right now, I have a mini CB w/ mobius coil, stuck in the Earth, pipe down, w/ my large CB on top of it. Definately gives it a boost!
Of course, I'm always looking for more power Razz

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

At the moment a Parazapper Uzi is being used for this. One hand pipe is taped to the bazooka pipe. I then take hold of the bazooka pipe with one hand at the nose extension. The other Parazapper pipe hand hold is held in my other hand. I am closing the circuit with my body as is normally the case with a zapper. The current is quite noticeable especially at the “Croft” and “Rife 2” settings, and I think there is a lot of different stuff coming off of and through the bazooka and through me.


Eventually a simple 15Hz circuit will probably be the permanent design for this perhaps with alligator clip-ons or solders at opposing ends of the pipe or something or other. I just started zapping two days ago, so there is much to learn especially with the electronic theory.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 12:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Parazapper Uzi " - I love it! The names you boys come up with! Laughing It looks dyn-o-mite alright. Good job!

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wish I could take credit for it, ut that is the actual name of the zapper which I have hooked up here.
http://www.petzapper.com/

So I am hooking up an off the shelf zapper to the bazooka.

I need to know some more about the electronics here. For insatnce when we hook a zaapper up to opposite ends of our moebius coil aren't we shorting the connection?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Eventually the Orgonecrystals.com 15 Hz zapper wil probably be my choice for in the field zapped chembusters, but I may hook them up in this manner and become part of the zapper electronically. That sounds poetic.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 5:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

emlong wrote:
Wish I could take credit for it, ut that is the actual name of the zapper which I have hooked up here.
http://www.petzapper.com/

So I am hooking up an off the shelf zapper to the bazooka.

I need to know some more about the electronics here. For insatnce when we hook a zaapper up to opposite ends of our moebius coil aren't we shorting the connection?


It would help if you're able to get your hands on a schematic diagram of the zapper you're using in order to determine if a resistor is attached to one of the leads and if it is big enough in value to allow for shorting of the leads. Absent that, you might want to consider adding a resistor to one of the ends of your mobius coil, just to be sure. A multimeter will come in handy in this case so you can check how much juice will be flowing through your coil. You don't need that much current for a succor punch or power wand to be effective , just a few milliamps will do, especially if you're drawing power from batteries. Increasing the resistor value decreases the current. A potentiometer will help immensely if you want to change resistor values on the fly. Hope this helps. Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 9:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the Parazapper I don't think there is a resistor on either lead because if it is hooked up common to a moebius coil the "shorted" red indicator light comes on. Am I correct that I am the resistor when I am holding the two copper handles?

My other zapper circuit which I have attached to a smaller crystal is the 15 Hz lead set from OrgoneCrystals. When this is hooked up to a moebius wire the blinking LED light showing current does not blink out or change in any way. Am I then to assume that Sensei builds these with resistors?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The LED IS the resistor. So I am told by a TV repair man.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

emlong wrote:
On the Parazapper I don't think there is a resistor on either lead because if it is hooked up common to a moebius coil the "shorted" red indicator light comes on. Am I correct that I am the resistor when I am holding the two copper handles?

My other zapper circuit which I have attached to a smaller crystal is the 15 Hz lead set from OrgoneCrystals. When this is hooked up to a moebius wire the blinking LED light showing current does not blink out or change in any way. Am I then to assume that Sensei builds these with resistors?

emlong, it looks like you'll need to wire up a resistor in series with your mobius coil when using the Parazapper. Sensei builds his zapper circuits with resistors wired up to one of the leads so they can be used immediately to power up mobius coils without the fear of shorting out the leads.

<anox}ion wrote:
The LED IS the resistor. So I am told by a TV repair man.

Actually, the LED is a diode which requires a resistor in series to it in order for it to function correctly. Some LEDs, though, have built-in resistors.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 8:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am woefully ignorant about electronics. Even though I deigned the hardware for some specialized woodworking machines in my shop, the electronics and electrics were always left to a sparky friend of mine. I also ran for years a CNC machine, but the electronics might have as well been a "black box" for all I knew, so I went out and bought my first multimeter today. At the 2 ma setting on DCA I am getting a reading on the moebius wrape ends .003 to .004 with Sensei's leads attached. These readings were taken on the moebius wire for two different crystal set ups - one with an 18 gauge wire and the other with a 22 gauge wire. Is this copacetic? Since the reading is the same for both gauges and different lengths as well then I assume I am reading what Sensei has designed into the circuit to handle the likely range of wire gauges and wire lengths used for Succors.
The LED fuctioning as resisitor sounds right. This brings up another question I sometimes see on the forums about the LED light burning out or cutting out. When that happens does that mean the resistor has dropped out too?

The next question – how does one measure the vibration rate of the crystal? I assume that even these very low currents are generating some vibration that could perhaps be measured with a consumer grade device. Or maybe not – if this is a purely scalar excitation then perhaps we have no devices short of a SQUID or something that could measure what we are seeking, but any other measurable parameters in or about the device would be appreciated.
I have previously been involved in research work and designing simple magnetic sieving devices for ormus, and we never really came up with ways to measure scalar fields with anything other than Bovis type stuff and our own bodies. My body response was the most sensitive and most reliable, and I went through lots of double blind tests for sensitivity to scalar fields that all panned out in the positive, so I am content with just using my own biofield as a tester, but there is always a search for hard measuring devices mostly to please the usual scientific procedural demands and to satisfy the skeptics. Perhaps the measuring problem over here in orgonite land is the same as it was in ormus land, but any additional tricks or lore would be appreciated. Again since I come from a background of working with energetic crystals to which I am hypersensitive it not like I require hard measurements. I have plenty of experience using my body as a measuring tool, but any tricks you guys have for “hard” sensing or measurement would be appreciated.
I’d also like to hear any stories or theories about wearing or being physically near two or more devices simultaneously such as wearing a skin conducting zapper while sitting close to a Succor Punch of the same zap frequency.
Thanks organiteers
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