Material & surface


The orgone emitters in this shop are made from high-quality brass. In contrast to aluminum, they do not emit any counterclockwise (=negative energies).

Aluminum emits counterclockwise, i.e. negative, energies. It is entirely possible to reprogram this material. This is a well-known procedure for cell phone interference suppression. However, it is then reprogrammed, which means that it is no longer in its original energetic state. Nobody can predict how long this programming will last, because after all, any programming can be deleted at any time due to some unfortunate circumstance.

An orgone radiator made of brass, on the other hand, is still in its original condition and is therefore indestructible. Buying an orgone emitter is a purchase for life and its high quality ensures that it can be used for a long time without any problems.

The best practical example here is the water installation that can be found in every household. A lot of brass is used here, but never aluminum . You will find more information on this topic here .


Each part of the orgone emitters and accessories made from brass is offered in the following 2 different finishes.

1. Lathe raw

This part comes straight from the lathe without any post-processing. The surface is dull yellow and becomes darker over time, but remains matt. Despite a high-quality protective seal on the surface, small scratches can occur from time to time when the parts are placed on the table. The unfinished surface is optimal for uses where appearance is not a major concern. However, the appearance and the protective coating have no negative influence on the function.

2. highly polished and gold plated

This is the further development of the unmachined lathe raw surface. It is highly polished so that it can be used like a mirror. A hard gold layer with a thickness of 1 µm is then applied so that the surface shine is retained even after prolonged use. This makes the surface very easy to care for. Scratches are rather rare here.

Further information can also be found here .