Monday, July 25, 2011

some more modifications

After building the field generator to fit an existing cloudbuster with a 4" stainless steel pipe and seeing how well it worked, I thought another improvement to the pvc cb was the next logical step.

About the same time I came across a guy in Texas, by the name of OrgoniteAustin, who has been working on some interesting ideas. One of which is a copper pipe, 24" long, filled with insulated orgonite, that has an interesting power effect when pointed towards a crystal.

You know I had to build one.  It worked great for a passive unit so putting one in the pvc cb was a no brainer.  I cast a bottom connector to fit a 2" pvc pipe to house the copper pipe and ran it through the top connector to line up perfectly through the center of the unit.  The crystal at the end of the copper pipe was the finishing touch to make it work.  the 4" steel pipe did an outstanding job on earlier tests, so with the help of a 3" pvc coupler I was able to replace the shellacked 2" exhaust pipe with a 4 foot section of 4" stovepipe.  The result was rain, after running for two days.

You might be saying, so what.  We've had rain before and we'll have rain again and it's just coincidental that rain came when you ran your device.  Whatever...  All I know is the rain experiments I made were only when no chance of rain was part of the forecast and it rained anyhow.

To be honest, I agree.  Maybe it's just coincidence and I lucked out each time I ran these experiments.  But if I was compelled to set up these systems to make rain or clear skies at a time when rain or clear skies were supposed to happen, it stands to reason that it's not my weather control skills but my ESP, or at the very least, a heightened clairvoyance that guided me to set up the equipment for this particular experiment at this particular time.

Is it ESP or scalar energy?

Anyone for Atlantic City?

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

orgone field generator for the south west

It's amazing how much has happened in one month.  Without the benefit of advertising, I've had a steady flow of requests for special orders that's kept me busy for a solid month. 

I'm not complaining.  I got exactly what I asked for and my month old intention was so rapidly and flawlessly carried out, with such exact precision, my mind is still reeling.

It takes me just about a week to produce a decent field generator and by the time I'm putting on the finishing touches, I get an order for another.

The device you see to the left is my most recent project, a special order cloudbuster for a guy in Texas who wants to bring rain to that drought stricken area.  I don't know if you're aware of the problems down there but lakes are losing two inches of water a day and cattle are dropping dead from excessive heat and lack of water.  This is some serious shit.  While the north east is bitching because their picnics are rained out, lives and livelihoods are being lost for lack of a substance that covers four fifths of the Earth's surface.  Which is why I sold this unit for a fraction of it's worth, and the profits still paid my gasoline and resin costs for the next month. Wasn't that my intent with the $29.99 discoids from a few months back? 

The ring weighs in at 18 lbs and contains a 60' mobius coil with cascading densities of powdered metal and resin with an outer coat of powdered selenium in resin.  The frequency generator is built from scratch using old school tech with a constant 15Hz and a switch for variable frequencies.  The converter allows you to use house current for long time use.  It can accommodate a 2" id straight pipe or 4" thin walled steel pipes.  All that's needed is the pipes and mounting hardware.  Recent tests show this unit is severely kick ass.

Looks like I'll be monitoring Texas weather for the next few weeks. 

Don't ya just love instant karma?