One effect that is widely reported among people who use orgonite is that it helps their plants grow faster. I have experienced this myself. I don’t have much of a green thumb, and have accidentally killed many plants over the years 🙁 I have one hanging plant which, when I bought it, was lush and beautiful. A few months later, only one lonely, forlorn stem was left. I tried to nurse it back to health, to no avail. But since putting a piece of orgonite in the pot, it has started growing again, and the new branches are strong and healthy.
I also have a window pot, in which I had to keep re-planting plants as they kept dying. These days the plants are healthier than ever!
The dramatic effect that orgonite can have on plants is demonstrated by an experiment carried out by Orgone Art. Two identical garden beds were sowed with the same weight of butternut seeds. The plants were not given any fertilisers or pesticides.
Here are the two garden beds, side by side.
5 large pieces of orgonite were placed on the garden bed to the right, 4 to each side and a cone in the middle:
Not even a month later than the first picture, we can already see a difference – the plants in the orgonised garden to the right are already bigger:
Yet another month later, the difference is striking:
Here is a close-up of the orgonised garden:
And a close-up of the non-orgonised garden:
On August 27th, the orgonised garden produced 16 big marrows, while the normal garden produced 5 small marrows. Dramatic results!
And here are some more pictures of orgonised plant growth, posted on Warrior Matrix forum. The plants on the right were given orgonite, and were focused on with intention to make it grow better (intent can also have a powerful effect on plants).
Here are the plants in the greenhouse. The tomato plant with the orgonite towers above the rest (you can spot the piece of orgonite sticking out from the pot).
And here is a final comparison:
The orgonised tomato plant eventually had to be re-potted because it was growing too big!
Source: Warrior Matrix Forum