posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 04:20 PM
reply to post by RogerT
Good for you, for building a monopole generator! Nice one. Wish I were technically capable enough/not too lazy to do it.
I've heard of ching, or jing as I've seen it spelled, often equated with semen, I think incorrectly and from what you say I think you'd agree.
One thing about chi: there is a thing I've heard of called "five element" chi gung - air, water, fire, wood and metal. I've personally felt
water, wood and metal and they're called that because that's what they feel like
. A teacher was transmitting the energies of the spine and
it felt like a metal rod was being pushed down the inside of my spinal cord. And for any skeptics who might be reading this, I was not "prepared"
to think it was going to feel metallic - previous transmissions had not felt like that. In fact it was only several years later I came across a
reference to metal as being the energy associated with the brain and spine, which gave me quite a jolt, I can tell you.
Wood I felt when, funnily enough, I was messing about with some mirror work relating to Reich's methods of therapy. He would suggest that people who
had a habitual expression of some sort should really go with it and see where it leads. To cut a long story short and strip it of embarrassing
personal details, I wound up lying on my bed feeling as if a wooden stake was forcing its way up my throat and through my tongue.
To get back on topic...
The issue of orgone energy may or may not relate to "torsion field" physics which I've been reading a little about lately. There's a guy called
David Wilcock who has a website called divine cosmos
there's quite a lot of interesting stuff on there.
It's looking more and more as if all this stuff ties together, free energy, antigravity and orgone/chi.