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Thanksgiving Turkey!

I did this scene to enhance the Violet Wand Guild’s ‘HOLIDAY’ Violet Wand techniques (evil trick chocolate Easter Basket, living Christmas tree.)

I wish I had photos.  You’ll just use your imagination.

A great deal of violet wand current dissipates into the air.  You can see this yourself by electrifying your bottom partner and holding a fluorescent tube light above them.  The light tube will glow up to 12″ away, there is that much energy leaking off your partner in a corona around them.

Concepts that we have been working on for the past few years have found ways to collect this corona discharge, keeping it on the person or on the tool. Think of it like managing your fuel in fireplay.  If your fuel spreads out or runs off on the table, your flame won’t be as hot.  So we looked for ways to collect the corona discharge and use it, and make violet wand sparks stronger where you want them.

Electrical engineers have already found some ways to do this all along; one way is by using metal net around high voltage wires.  The metal net keeps the current from dissipating along the length of the wire, and getting more of it to where you want it.  You can actually use this metal net tubing on your glass violet wand electrodes to keep current from dissipating off the electrode and getting it to your spark.  I make little electrode ‘socks’ out of this metal net tubing, and we have shown up to a 5% increase in output spark strength when the electrode socks are in use.  They aren’t for sale on the site yet but if you send me an email and if interested we can offer them for sale.

Now, you can do this large scale, and wrap your bottom in a similar concept to reduce current loss.  I just used aluminum foil.  And once I had a bottom wrapped in aluminum foil, the Turkey part naturally followed. (to be continued)

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