Etheric Rain Engineering
Epochal work of Trevor James Constable
Orgone Energy & Chi
Maritime Mobile Experience
What The Pilots Say
Etheric Rainmaking with Trevor James Constable
Some Observations on the Relationships between Light & Electricity
The Nature and Cause of the Earth’s Rotation
High Etheric Potential vs. High Voltage Electricity
DEVELOPMENT PIONEER Trevor James Constable of California, has devoted over 30 years of his life to developing etheric rain engineering — without chemicals or electric power of any kind. Professionally, he spent 31 years as a merchant marine radio officer, and also became an internationally respected aviation historian and author. He is the official biographer of Colonel Erich Hartmann of Germany, the greatest fighter pilot of all time, and also of Germany’s legendary Adolf Galland, General of the Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots in WWII. Mr. Constable funded his rain engineering research himself, aided since 1989 by George K.C. Wuu of Singapore. The work has thus been kept clean and independent.
VISIONARY EXECUTIVE George K. C. Wuu of Singapore, has backed rain engineering research since 1988. Owner-developer of Singapore’s East Coast Recreation Centre, Mr. Wuu is an international businessman. He handles all contract negotiations for his rain engineering company. Here he pores over a contract.
WORLD PIONEER RAIN PILOT Colonel W. A. Schauer, USAF Ret. is the first pilot in world history to fly rain engineering missions of this new kind — with no chemicals or electric power. Colonel Schauer is a 31-year veteran U.S. Air Force fighter pilot. He says “I haven’t the faintest idea of WHY it rains following these missions, but it HAPPENS!” All professional pilots thus far employed in this work are impressed with its effectiveness and efficiency.
ALLIED FORCES General Curtis LeMay USAF Ret., was an enthusiastic associate of Trevor Constable in the latter’s Operation Clincher against Southern California smog in 1990. They are seen here at General LeMay’s home in Riverside not long before the distinguished air general’s death. General LeMay was a longtime fan of Trevor Constable’s aviation books, and they had many mutual friends among aviation’s luminaries. The founder of the U.S.A.F. Strategic Air Command set up one of Constable’s anti-smog units in his backyard, and organized additional sites for him in Riverside, California, that were decisive in reducing Riverside smog to record low levels in the 1990 season. Operation Clincher reduced Southern California smog by 24 percent, across the board for the whole season.
CLOUDBUSTER AND PIONEER The E.R.E. rain engineering company in Singapore connects directly to the earliest rain engineering pioneering of Dr. Wilhelm Reich. All current ERE technology is descended from Dr. Reich’s pioneering. Cloudbuster operator here is the late biologist, Robert McCullough. He was Dr. Reich’s personal assistant in weather engineering, and a longtime friend and technical associate of Trevor J Constable. This cloudbuster, Magnum 144, used a spiral-wound, 12 feet long 12 inch diameter single tube, and was water-powered. Scene is the Banning Bench, adjacent to the Mojave Desert in Southern California.
A LONG-AGO BEGINNING… WILLY’S WAND The most “cosmetic” cloudbuster the pioneer researchers ever produced was “Willy’s Wand”, circa. 1970. Elegant design included pinpoint balancing, water grounding through the central support pillar, and radionic tuning via manifolding of its draw tubes. Water input was atomized, a “famous first”. Such devices have not been made or used by the ERE organization for many years, due to technical changes and advances to airborne techniques. In the hands of a capable operator nevertheless, cloudbusters can be very effective weather modifiers.
HATFIELD FLAT, CALIFORNIA, 1984 Long series of experiments to engineer rain into Los Angeles in July, when region is statistically rainless, required ten years of avocational work. Operator here stands with “bazooka” type devices, which coupled a Wilhelm Reich-type “accumulator” into a projective resonant section (white). Hatfield Flat is about 14 miles east of San Diego and 1200 feet above sea level. Excellent results were obtained.
TYPICAL “GUN CAR” – California, 1984 This vintage Barracuda fastback carries a Black Widow projector on its roof, and over many years, with many variants of rain guns aloft, engineered numerous rains in California. Main drawback of gun cars is that their heading is controlled by the road, and their speed by traffic flow. Airborne adaptation of technology, using smaller but more effective translators solved the technical difficulties that beset gun cars.
THE “FLYING H” AT HATFIELD FLAT Rotating geometric components and correct orientation of the assembly, were the key operating principles of the “Flying H” weather engineering unit seen here in 1986. Art is to ENTRAIN the etheric flows via the “H” device, for regional weather engineering. This unit, with four other bases in July 1986, produced the wettest Los Angeles July in 100 years. Government fax maps and satellite pictures showed anomalous diversion of moisture from the Gulf of California, over 200 miles to the northwest into Los Angeles, which is statistically rainless in July. TJC pre-filed the operation with NOAA in Rockville, Maryland, with an engineering drawing showing what was intended. It happened.
PRIMITIVE POWER, CALIFORNIA DESERT In earliest days of geometric rain engineering experiments in California, suitable mountings and array arrangements were often impovised by researchers. This manually-rotatable array, consisted of seven 8-inch diameter “MT Bazooka” devices, was frequently effective under the stringent conditions of the Mojave desert, especially at night. Arrays like this were eventually supplanted and passed into history. Lessons learned through generations of such equipment, brought etheric rain engineering to the powerful, effective airborne techniques of today. Fixed-base equipment is no longer used, other than in occasional research work.
SS “MAUI” FLAGSHIP OF THE MATSON FLEET. — MOBILE ETHERIC RAIN ENGINEERING LABORATORY 33,000 H.P. • 23 KNOTS • 720 FEET LONG