First weather confirmations

March 27th, 2009  Dooney
We were fairly skeptical about orgonite in the beginning, as some of you may be. Our first experience pouring orgonite changed our minds. We started out making TBs in our garage. At this point, our region of Montana had been in drought for several years. It was April, traditionally a month that we typically are still experiencing snow and frost. In April, 2004 it was 83 degrees F by the second week - midsummer weather - and completely dry. The day we made our first batch of orgonite, before we even finished pouring our first tray, it began to rain.

A few weeks later, we made our first CB and assembled it in our garage. We had decided to use 10-foot pipes to get more bang for the buck. Our base had not even finished curing and it began to rain. It rained for the next three weeks straight and our weather pattern returned to normal for the time of year.

We were hooked.