I decided to try one of my experiments, so about a month or so ago I put two tb’s in the goldfish pond to see how the fish would react to them, if at all. It’s just a smaller, plastic, kidney-shaped pond sunk into the ground, lined with rocks and flora, with two tubs and a circulating pump which create a two-tiered waterfall. There are three adult goldfish living in the pond.
After checking the fish often, both day and night, I saw that they like to hang around the tb’s and it’s not a coincidence because the tb’s are sitting on a shelf on one side of the pond where the water is not very deep. They hang there in the water with their heads pointed near the tb’s.
These fish are nervous because they know they are prey since a great blue heron snatched one of them a few years ago. They especially like to be near the tb’s at night when they are usually more active. Perhaps they are absorbing a boost from the crystals in the tb’s. I also noticed they were engaging in mating rituals when the weather was warmer than lately and had not done this for the last three or four years.
I don’t know how long they will gravitate towards the tb’s because I think orgonite devices weaken over time but their energy is amplified in water.
It’s coming up on 11 PM and I just went outside (with down jacket on because it’s so cold tonight) to check the goldfish and the three of them are floating over the orgonite devices. This is interesting.