a few months ago I picked up some hummingbird feeders at the dollar store. They sat around until the beginning of Sept when my dad filled them up. A few weeks into it not yet in the habit of checking them, we had a heat wave. All week long in the middle of Oct 2020 outside temperature was 110F-115F. My dad found 3 dead hummingbirds on the ground… and I decided to check them out.
I had 3 perfect hummingbirds. Nice and plump like they were still alive. Not a feather missing. They didnt die from sickness. They didnt get chewed by a cat. They didn’t get run over by a car.
I wanted to keep them, but I didn’t know what to do with them. Started thinking about them starting to rot and stink in a couple days. I put them side by side in a paper bag and slowly walked to the trash can. “dammit I’m throwing away something valuable, but what do I do with it?”
The last 2 1/2 months been buggin me. and this weekend finally figured out what I could have done. I could have put them in the center of a mold, covered them with crystal and metal flakes and make those little guys into a death orgonite.
I think for a small critter like a hummingbird or a mouse, no need to vent. The acrylic can hold the pressure. For a bigger critter like a guinea pig or a crow, its questionable. If somebody wants to use a bigger critter like a chicken for sure it has to be vented until the decomposition is complete. A chicken would make a strong orgonite, but if you seal it before it decomposes you’re making an acrylic bomb.
So now that I know what I should do, it’s time to buy the materials so they are waiting next time I find a small dead critter.
Has anyone tried making a death orgonite? And what kind of crystals are best for the flow of death energy?