Local Storage seems to be disabled in your browser.
For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Local Storage in your browser.
Orgonite Easter Egg
Orgonite Easter Egg with Quartz Crystal and garnet in the orgonite core. Available in 4 colours or as set of 4.
The Easter egg is the ultimate symbol of abundace and fertility. It's shape combines a sphere with an inscribed pyramid of ideal proportions.
No wonder the shape is underlying all Russian church spires. Researchers have found that the atmosphere in Russian church towers is totally free of any harmful bacteria and viruses and has a general healing property.
Even the famous matroschka dolls (a doll within a doll within a doll within a doll) is ultimately based on the egg.
The San (Bushmen) of the Kalahari traditionally keep their water in an ostrich egg to keep it fresh and energised.
It has taken Friederike a while to figure out how to make them. Even though it's a simple shape, it's not that easy to make in orgonite.
You can get them in 4 disffsrent colours, or, if you want a set of 4 in all colours, you get them at a 15% reduced price. (price is automatically reduced by 15% when you order 4, regardless of colour)
- Buy 5 for $57.00 $57.00 each and save 5%
- Buy 10 for $54.00 $54.00 each and save 10%
- Buy 30 for $51.00 $51.00 each and save 15%
Orgonite Easter Eggs
We have finally managed to make some good Easter eggs with powerful orgonite. Apart from the good memories they bring back from childhood and their connection, in general, with fertility and abundance rites, the Easter egg has a peculiarly powerful shape.
In Russia it is considered sacred geometry, all church capitals have this egg shape.
Even the famous matrioshka dolls (dolls that are put inside each other) are based on the shape of the egg.
The Orgonise Africa team at St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, 2016.
This characteristic shape is often referred to as a onion shape, but an egg can also be superimposed on it. The pyramid and the sphere are also included in this shape.
Some of the geometric aspects of the egg shape are shown in the drawing.
There is no doubt why the famous French jeweller Fabergé was so successful in Russia with his gold-finished porcelain eggs.
Cheap imitations of these amazing creations can be found in every Russian souvenir shop.
Original Fabergé Egg given to my great grandfather by Czar Alexander
In Africa, the egg is also venerated. The San (bushmen), survivors in water-scarce environments, used ostrich eggs to keep the water fresh and alive. The combination of the evaporation and cooling processes that occur in the egg, as well as the vorticity of the egg itself, keeps the water alive and well.
Painted ostrich egg by Angelina Ndimande
Our Easter eggs contain an orgonite core with crystal quartz and garnet and are made of different coloured resins. Thanks to their special shape, you can feel an amplified flow of energy. Get yourself a different Easter egg this year, one of these will continue to bring you joy from now on.
Orgonise Africa Orgonite Easter Eggs
Dimensions: width - 47mm, height - 65mm
(This product is handmade and the final product might differ slightly)