Towerbusters (TB’s)

How to make TBs  I.E. Tactical Orgonite

HHG (left) and TB

Tower Busters (TB’s) are considered “tactical orgonite” because they are the basic, first-line of defense in taking back the energy of the earth and stopping the Deadly Orgone (DOR) energy from being propagated through cell/death towers. These are good for throwing at cell towers, throwing in water, putting in potted plants at the mall, or just about anywhere you need to change the energy. TB’s have an effective range of about 1/4 mile, so you don’t have to place a TB right next to a death tower to affect it. You can bury it nearby or throw it in some convenient shrubbery.

Many gifters have reported seeing bulldozers scraping up all the dirt from around a death tower after it’s been neutralized with a TB, so you know that the tower operators are desperate to get rid of the orgonite because it’s doing it’s job. We usually toss more than one TB per tower just to make sure that if one is found there are others to continue the job.

Some energy sensitive people are able to tell that a tower is busted just by looking at it or feeling the energy coming from it. Carol reports that a busted tower has dark energy lines running down the sides, which means the DOR is being contained and not broadcast by the tower.

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Basic supplies:

1. Some kind of mold, such as a muffin tray or small paper cups. The mold should be at least 3 oz. to hold enough orgonite to be effective.

2. Fiberglass or poly resin with catalyst – You can find resin lots of places, such as auto parts stores, boat stores, auto body shops, hot tub manufacturers and the big box hardware stores like Home Depot. Resin has been getting more expensive so you will have to do some research on how to get a good price. The best value is if you can find someone selling it in 5 gallon buckets. Make sure you also get the catalyst, which is a liquid that you add to the resin to make it harden.

3. Metal – Just about any metal will do. The cheapest to find is aluminum, which you can get from a machine shop or sometimes your local recycling center. It’s best if the metal is curly, because the energy traveling around the metal spirals creates stronger orgone. Some people like to use brass, copper and titanium, which are more expensive but look nice. Fancy metal is not necessary for tactical field pieces but can look really nice in beauty items that you might want to sell.

4. Crystals – A plain quartz crystal chip works fine for a basic TB. You don’t  need a crystal with a point. You can pick up a milky piece of quartz crystal off the ground and use that. One economical way to get crystal chips is to get a strand of chips from a bead store. There are a couple hundred chips on a strand and they are inexpensive if you are getting plain quartz. You can add any other gemstones you like to make fancier orgonite, but it’s not necessary.

To make small orgone devices, like with everything , it is good to be prepared. Have on hand:
– a big sheet of cardboard or a trashbag to cover your worksurface. ( The stuff is very sticky and will mess up a table good.)
– rinsed half gallon cardboard milk cartons, for mixing the resin with the hardener (they have a spout for pouring)
– rubber household gloves to protect your hands
– a couple of old spoons, for spooning the metal into the muffin tins, that is if you have metal of sawdust size (that stuff can cut your hands. I got lots of little nicks the first time)
– a stick for stirring the hardener into the resin
– some rags, old socks or the like for wiping off your utensils. That stuff does not wash off.


1.    I use non-stick muffin pans but of course the resin contracts as it cools, so even the cheaper ones work fine.

2.    While you’re in Wicked WalMart getting those pans, and if you don’t have any little pieces of quartz on hand, go to the craft section and get the mesh bags of tumbled rocks (the smaller rocks).  Pick out the quartz and other crystals.   Those are the ones that are semi-transparent and most of them are kind of dirty-looking inside.  The white ones are usually just marble, so don’t be fooled by them.   You can get suitable quartz crystals by the pound from Gladys Bridges at but I mention WalMart to show you that it’s not hard to find ingredients. I generally use small quartz pieces, often just chips, that are between a quarter and a half inch long.

3.    Drop a small crystal in each muffin mold.

4.    Fill the molds almost to the top with loose metal.  Remember that 3oz is sufficient and that the molds are each 4oz.  I want you to get the absolute most bang for your hard-earned or even lazily-obtained buck.  3oz is sufficient for busting most of the single transmitters you’ll encounter and even for turning those frowns of a chapel-full of devil-blasting churchgoers upside down.

5.    Pour the resin in by stages until it comes almost up to the top. You’ll have about 15 minutes after adding the catalyst to the resin to do your pouring, as the resin will begin to harden. You need a temp of at least 40 degrees F to pour resin, and the higher the temp in your workshop the faster the resin will harden. The mold will get hot while the resin is hardening, so don’t be alarmed (you may even see smoke – totally normal).

6.    When I’m going to toss out a bunch in town, I paint them green and brown. You’ll be surprised how difficult these are to find once they’ve been tossed.

Do it in a well ventilated garage or outside and if you are sensitive to chemicals get a good mask. One and a fourth liter (about five cups) is enough for two muffin trays. If it is cold the stuff I use will take over night to solidify. On my first try the TBs stuck in the pan. Warming them up seemed to shrink them. I now put them in the sun and cover them with a sheet of plastic or the like. No more sticking.

You will have to do some experimenting to figure out the best method for you in terms of pouring resin, adding metal, etc. Some people like to mix the resin and metal together first, then spoon it into the mold. Other pour the catalyzed resin in on top of the metal and let it soak down. Have fun!