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A call to action for active guild members

I am hoping to come up with something inspirational, something to get more people involved.  We have been adding new members still and old members look like they check-in from time to time.  It would be great if we could get more content posted here; articles, pictures, product reviews, everything.  If we can do this I feel like it will …

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Parts of the Violet Wand

  External Parts of a Mechanical Violet Wand This is a patent diagram intended to improve upon the existing violet rays of the time. So, I think they obscured or intentionally did not label some of the parts while overly describing others. They lumped the resonator in with the primary and secondary coil. 10 Power cord 11 Electromagnetic Coil (aka…


Electrical Conductivity of Metals

  Electrical conductivity Electrical resistivity Thermal Conductivity Thermal expansion coef. Density Melting point or degradation (10.E6 Siemens/m) (10.E-8 Ohm.m) (W/m.k) 10E-6(k-1) from 0 to 100°C (g/cm3) (°C) Silver 62,1 1,6 420 19,1 10,5 961 copper 58,5 1,7 401 17 8,9 1083 Gold 44,2 2,3 317 14,1 19,4 1064 Aluminium 36,9 2,7 237 23,5 2,7 660 Molybden 18,7 5,34 138 4,8…


History of Violet Wand Techniques

This article is from the IVWG Archives, there are details that can and should be added if we can verify the information.  This document cites techniques as well person responsible for the first use of the technique, this is a great piece of our history and violet wand enthusiasts.  If you additional information to add please feel free to add comments, or…


A Chain of Safety

by Papa-Bear Tony and VonKelso What we do is edge play. This means there is a risk to safety and health for the people involved in Violet Wand play, as with all electrical play; but we do certain things to ensure we minimize the risks.  It’s important to use as many safety precautions as possible so that the chance of…



Website Issues, Questions, Comments

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