Kirlian photography is a technique that shows the pattern and brightness of an object’s energy.
Sensei from Warrior Matrix forum used Kirlian photography to show the energy emitted by orgonite made from different types of metals. Here are the results of the orgonite Kirlian photography:
If the text is too small to read, here are the captions, from top to bottom, left to right:
- Aluminium, regular sized shavings
- Aluminium, fine small shavings
- Brass, large shavings
- Brass, fine shavings
- Copper, large shavings
- Copper, fine particles (a very strong player)
- Bismuth (a pleasant surprise!)
- Nano iron and nano crystals
- Aluminium and brass TB
So what does this Kirlian Photo of Orgonite Mean?
As you can see, gold orgonite has a powerful and bright aura, which is why I use gold in many of my pieces. However, most orgonite-makers will tell you that using mixed metals in orgonite provides a good result. Different metals also have different “feels”. Many people report that aluminium orgonite has a light, airy feeling, copper feels more grounding, and gold adds a lovely soft feeling to the orgonite.
Truth to tell, there is no wrong or right when it comes to metals in orgonite. I find aluminium the best to use for pendants, since it is lighter than copper. However, I usually add in some brass since I have access to fine brass shavings (the size of the metals makes a difference – small shavings have a smaller “reach”, but are more effective in converting negative energy. For the best pendants, I mix small shavings with slightly larger ones to cover both reach and effectiveness). And for the ultimate pendant, the addition of gold flakes not only looks stunning, but adds a lovely feel to the pendant too!
For more information on what metals are suitable in orgonite, see this article: What metals can I use in orgonite?