Behold, the MaGOS

Alright, alright, alright!  After all this time, I finally gathered the last of my supplies, ran my experiments, and have compiled notes and pictures on my orgone system, a variant of the Babalon Matrix.  Gentlefolk and estimable peers of the magical blogosphere and internetical occulture, I present to you the Manifesting and Generating Orgone System, or the MaGOS for short.  (Please don’t kill me.)  Click on the link for the full write-up and analysis of this bit of tech I’ve been toying with over the past few months.

Long story short, I’ve basically made for myself a magical energy generator that can harness and accumulate force into objects I drop into the MaGOS.  The system combines energy manipulation and orgone technology, combined with liberal uses of crystals and sacred geometry, and is a pretty nifty tool to have around.  Despite the amount of time I’ve worked on it, it’s not exactly theurgic and doesn’t help me directly in that path of my spiritual and magical life.  As a tool, it’s not associated with any one force or sphere of reality, and in some regards is a fairly minor project in the long run.  However, I’ve already had the chance to use it in conjunction with ceremonial rituals, and boy howdy does it ever help out.

Now, I’ve written about orgone tech and the buildup to this big announcement in other posts on my blog, which you’re free to read up on, though the writeup of the MaGOS goes over the bulk of my experiments with the system:

  1. Wherein we first encounter orgone technology and first see a Babalon Matrix
  2. Wherein we experiment with orgone accumulator directionality
  3. Wherein we experiment different numbers and orientations of perimeter crystals, as well as multiple objects in the Babalon Matrix field
  4. Wherein I describe the creation of orgone accumulators and experiments using Bardonian fluid condensers
  5. Wherein I describe the creation of a field generation circle to be used in conjunction with a Babalon Matrix and our experiments with them

Hopefully, this summarizes my experiences I’ve had thus far with working orgone tech in my magical practice.  I don’t see many surprising uses for this at this point, though I do expect to be making use of the MaGOS in more rituals and in potentially different ways than simply amplifying a magical ritual or having a certain item become charged. Feel free to post in the comments any questions, suggestions, or thoughts you might have; otherwise, let’s all happily move on from this topic onto a new one.  How about another inimical circlejerk lively debate about the HGA?  Those are always fun.

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About polyphanes
I'm a software developer and Hermetic occultist living near Washington, DC, USA. I claim that I'm youthful, dashing, daring, and other things. I make things and chant stuff, and periodically write about them.

6 Responses to Behold, the MaGOS

  1. Ocean Delano says:

    I think I’m gonna go ahead and make one of these! But I do have an initial question: If I make one, what should I do if one day it starts condescending me and making my work all about it before trying to kill me?*

    But seriously, this is pretty cool and I look forward to working with this once I get around to making it. :)

    *Sorry, I just wanted to be the one to make the Portal reference in the comments! :P

  2. Christopher says:

    I love magi-tech

  3. Phergoph says:

    Oh god I don’t want to have another circlejerk over the HGA. Where did you get the crystals again and do organic crystals matter? I was thinking glass prisms might be interesting.

    • polyphanes says:

      They’re lab-grown crystals and they work fine for me; the only difference I’ve noticed between lab-grown and cave-grown anything is that cave-grown things have more of an “age” and “spirit” to them that lab-grown ones don’t have, but for most occult purposes, they’re the same to me. I got them secondhand from a friend (Jarandhel at Dreamhart); he says he hasn’t found a reliable source for them besides eBay anymore for quite some time. I’m sure you can find them somewhere on the internets, though. Glass could be interesting, as might mirrors.

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