Francisco of orgonita.eu in espaņa, mentioned Trevor Constable's four-part weather engineering videos to me because they include some footage of his cloudbuster-type devices attached to airplanes. He said one of the planes flew east for a few minutes, then back to the airport and a rainstorm arrived, right after that.
[I just got this clarifying email from Fran, then corrected the above error: Thanks for mentioning me in the post. My site, though, is orgonita.eu. In south america they say orgonito, so you're already catching their expressions. eh? ]
I contrived to watch them all but I first attached my little aerial cloudbuster to the wingstruts on my yellow plane and took off to do a similar experiment. Carol was working in the shop, so I alerted her and she took note of the sky before I took off.
That photo was taken on the last leg. The wavy cloudbottoms were in front of the plane and the opposite side from where the photo was taken. I flew into those higher stratus clouds a few minutes later and there was no turbulence.
Since I live in a north-to-south valley that's surrounded by forested wilderness I decided to fly for fifteen minutes south by southwest, then reverse direction, fly over the airfield and continue in the other direction for the same distance.
I wasn't expecting to see anything but as I steadily ascended I noticed, after about five minutes, that the cloudcover immediately to my right took on a wavy appearance on the bottom. The air was perfectly smooth so I was pretty sure it was not on account of turbulence over the mountains, there. On days with the same prevailing wind as that day, when there is turbulence, I'm unable to ascend when the throttle is in cruise position in that area because the wind coming over the mountains pushes me down.
When I flew back over the airfield I couldn't resist circling and taking a photo because I was four thousand feet above the ground
I didn't fly for a full fifteen minutes downwind from the airfield because the windspeed at that altitude was about thirty miles an hour so it would have taken me twice as long to get back again and half as long to go in that direction the same distance that I'd travelled from the field in the other direction. Also, I had flown out over the lake, past a very tall mountain ridge that lines the shore. It's not prudent to fly a plane (with a two-cycle motor) anywhere where a safe emergency landing can't be accomplished.
That was a fun flight and this Kitfox Light airplane is more comfortable to fly in the cold air than my Phantom, which is more open.
One of the photos I took showed me with the CB in the background. I bravely held the camera outside of the cabin on the other side of the plane. I tried thre times to load that one, just now, and failed, apparently due to hacking. I assure these NSA pedophiles/censors that I'm not too pretty to publish that .
Carol told me that the entire sky in two directions--south and west--after I took off, got 'bubbly' after I took off and she wondered why it was particularly bubbly to the west (she pointed to the area where I'd seen the wavy cloud bottoms ) . I'll try taking a video camera with me, next time. It's easier to make that out in a closeup film than in a still photo.
A snowstorm was predicted for that night, which is one of the reasons I didn't want to wait to do this first aerial CB experiment but there was no snow, that night, and the sky was clear when I got up, next morning. More flying! I don't know whether my experiment prevented the storm but after a whole lot of flights I might see some consistencies that point in that direction--who knows?
I then watched all four of Trevor Constable's videos. The flight that Fran mentioned was done on the island of Oahu in Hawaii and it was a fine experiment because the mountains on the east edge of the island 'steal' the rain so that the interior of the island is almost a desert. An aqueduct was drilled through the mountains so that water for irrigation was brought to the interior for farming, a long time ago. The ten minute flight simply took the pipe device, attached to a wingstrut of a small airplane, just as I did, beyond the mountain ridge to the east, then back again and it rained, hard, shortly after the plane landed. That was pretty dramatic!
Constable is a good inventor and researcher and it's too bad that he has publicly badmouthed orgonite and especially orgonite cloudbusters. I don't know if he's still doing it. I hope not.
I found out in the videos that his first weather engineering efforts were accomplished at sea during his career as a merchant seaman. He was a radio officer on one or two cruise ships and a cargo boat and a couple of the skippers encouraged him to carry out his experiments while crossing the oceans. If you look at the devices you'll see that he sort of specialized in creating healthy vortices.
I'd read one of his books, written in the 80s, I think, about his use of Reich-style cloudbusters in Israel, where he got rid of the persistent smog. I don't remember if he caused rainfall but I think he did because he essentially did in Israel what Reich had done in Arizona, thirty years earlier.
He and a crew set up several of these simple devices around Los Angeles in 1993 and got rid of most of the smog for a period of several months. Their success is recorded as 'smog day' statistics. Alejandro and associates have gotten rid of Santiago, Chile's smog and offer the same official evidence. It's funny how a lot of people will pay more attention to a printed page or TV screen than to what their own eyes witness in the world around them
Constable evidently feels dismayed that no wealthy sponsors or government agencies took note of his success with the smog or hired him to do it permanently in Los Angeles, which resumed it's characteristic, choking smogginess within a few months after their experiment ended.
Don Bradley and a few others (including a bit of help from Carol and I) essentially got rid of LA's smog before 2003 and when you go to LA, now, you'll likely see Sylphs in a blue sky over the city and only a few patches of low, whitish smog (Carol feels sure that these mark the un-flipped underground bases). Eight years after nearly all of the new death towers and weather weapons have been flipped in and around LA (around ten thousand of these weapons) the environment, there, is still as lovely as it was in the 1920s, before the smog arrived.
Here's a significant difference between a proprietary effort, such as Constable's, and a grassroot progressive effort (ours, collectively): proprietary efforts invariably need a lot of funding from others; most of us pay our own way and only a few rely on donations from others--the donations are usually measured in hundreds of dollars rather than millions, which is what the proprietary efforts usually call for.
San Joaquin Valley in California used to produce most of the fruits and vegetables for North America but in the 1800s it was a bone-dry desert. Some people approached President Theodore Roosevelt for federal funding to irrigate that enormous valley from the many lakes and rivers in the mountains on either side but his response was to strongarm Congress to declare the San Joaquin Valley a 'national park.' They didn't do it, perhaps because some very wealthy enterpreneurs were filling their pockets with bribe money. The enterpreneurs had bought the land, cheap, then built dams to make reservoirs and a network of irrigation canals throughout the valley, which they already knew had rich soil.
Carol and I did something one day, in conjunction with Reno Richard, that immediately got rid of the dense smog throughout that entire valley: we flipped a massive HAARP array near the southern end of the valley and Richard flipped another huge one up near Sacramento, which is the northern end, about three hundred fifty miles away. We didn't know he'd done that until we saw him in Reno, some weeks later. See how The Operators often guide our steps? We rarely drove along that highway but on that day we'd decided to toss orgonite along the length of it, as we'd done earlier along the highway that runs the length of the valley on the other side. We happened to notice the huge HAARP facility, so detoured to flip it and I think Richard also wasn't particularly looking for weather weaponry, either. He was on his way from Reno to somewhere else at the time. There's a new gifter in Sacramento, by the way (finally!).
We've driven through San Joaquin Valley many times in the following years and never saw dense, brown smog there, again. Before, it was torture to drive through that valley, as you may remember.
I deal with lots of sick people in our business and noticed, early on, that unless I ask someone how they're doing with a zapper I'm not likely to get any feedback. I learned that it's human nature for us to happily forget that we were suffering after we get well. A small percentage of customers who get well from using zappers send a 'thank you' email afterward but I get quite a lot of those, thankfully. Also, some of the millions of people who were sickened by repeated exposure to bioweaponry in chemtrails between 1998 and 2003 are spontaneously recovering, now. Zappers generally won't cure these sufferers because in order to get well they need to have all their vital organs functioniong and the aim of the corporate order was evidently to target these organs with specific bioweaponry so that they would later be susceptible to murder by anthrax, smallpox, etc. I'm glad the chemtrail agenda failed before it became deadly.