When Karl Hans Welz invented radionic orgonite he knew he was on to something extraordinary.
In creating the first substance with the properties of an orgone accumulator with a massive enhancement in performance he changed the world of manifestation and radionics forever. Over time the registered trademark Orgonite has been subject to many misspellings. The most common incorrect spellings of orgonite are organite and organites. Why it is often misspelled in a plural is strange in itself for certain! It may be a matter of pronunciation that led to the organite / organites misspellings. Many people miss the pronunciation of the second O in orgOnite and say organite instead. An incorrect belief in the words relationship to organic might also explain this common misspelling.
The second common misspelling of orgonite is orgonit.
In that misspelling it would be assumed the pronunciation is or-go-nit with a short i rather than the long 1 in orgonite. What complicates this misspelling is that orgonit would be pronounced with a long i in some other languages, thus to them the spelling seems correct.
Regardless of how you thought orgonite was spelled, be assured that it is “orgonite” and not “organite”, “organites” or “orgonit”.
Whenever you do radionic operations using a radionics machine, you can thank Karl Hans Welz for inventing it in the first place.
Our best uses of orgonite include the RAD-5 Radionics Machine, The RAD 2400HD and the JU 1000 orgone generator. The use of radionics software is also highly recommended to be paired with an orgone generator for advanced manifestation and radionics operations.