Mr. Wells defended Ash against my charge that he was the cause of the exceptionally heavy rains in Queensland, but also confirmed my claim that Ash had also tried to weaken the cyclone that developed soon after. I had thought he was doing that, and Mr. Wells confirmed that Ash was indeed operating at that time. However, his claim that Ash actually succeeded in weakening the storm does not match the sequence of events shown by the weather maps, but the scenario I proposed, that incompetent attempts with a cloudbuster to weaken the storm by drawing from it actually contributed to strengthening it instead, does.
Mr. Wells is the inventor of a "weather-control" machine of his own, which bears no resemblance to a cloudbuster, and, since it operates on ordinary electricity, I consider to be a source of oranur excitation, which is the likely cause of the effects on weather which he has noted. His highly original ideas on physics, especially the physics of the atmosphere, have never been tested and no evidence for them exists. It should be noted that Mr. Wells is very anthropocentric and wants the weather to be brought under total human control.
But at least he is civil and polite instead of writing ranting and hostile diatribes like Ash does.
My letter to him follows:
Dear Mr. Wells,
Thank you for one of the most reasonable and civil replies I have received. I suspect you are not very familiar with the orgone theory, and perhaps if you understood it better you would see more value in it. I have studied it for over 40 years and have no doubts about the explanatory value of it.
I know of course that there are natural cycles and astronomical influences on weather. There is no doubt about that. But in addition to those natural influences, there is a major new influence that is now superimposed on the natural weather. That is the well-established effect of radioactivity from human technology in common use now for the past 50 or so years. Reich noticed the effects of atomic bomb tests, which were the most obvious form of this disturbance of the atmospheric orgone energy field in the 50s. Since then, atomic bomb tests have been mostly ended, but there are now many nuclear reactors all over the earth, and each one is a bomb going off all the time, but in slow motion, producing as much oranur as a bomb explosion would, but over the course of a 30-year lifetime instead of all at once.
Oranur excitation, and the DOR that the atmospheric energy lapses into after it wears out from fighting the radioactive material, disrupt the weather, and this has little or nothing to do with any natural cycles or astronomical influences. It is a result of man using radioactivity. I do not have any fears of natural changes in climate. Those are not the threat. But the constant production of oranur excitation is wearing out the life energy of the planet, killing it, changing it into DOR, which is dead, stagnant, non-moving orgone, and that is only incidentally having an effect on weather, as that term is usually understood. The really important problem is that DOR also is highly toxic to life. All biological processes are being damaged by the vast increase of DOR.
The cloudbuster does not affect weather DIRECTLY. What it does is re-mobilize the stuck, stagnant, toxic DOR back into healthy, moving orgone. And as a side-effect of that, the weather returns to normal. And by normal weather, I mean the automatic pulsation that characterizes the healthy atmosphere, capable of self-regulation without any need for human intervention. The only goal of any properly done cloudbusting project is therefore to remove DOR and restore normal self-regulation to an atmosphere that has been damaged and made sick by humans and their death-dealing technology.
Using a cloudbuster to "control the weather" is malpractice. It is imposing an artificial rule of humans over the already damaged atmosphere when the right thing to do is to help it recover so it can run itself. Anyone who thinks a cloudbuster is "weather engineering"' is not well enough grounded in the orgonomic concepts to be trusted with a cloudbuster.
Now, as far as your machine is concerned, I have never seen one. I have no first hand experience with one. But there are certain general principles that apply. It is, as far as I know, electrical. Electrical energy, as used in modern technology, as produced by modern power-station generators, as available from the modern power grid, is a form of secondary energy, ultimately derived from the primary energy, orgone, which is the background phenomenon of all the known phenomena of physics. But secondary energies are all, without exception, antagonistic to the primary energy. That is fundamental to the orgonomic understanding of physics.
So any machine that uses household electric voltage will have the same effect, at the level we are speaking of, as any other source of secondary energy excitation of the surrounding orgone field, differing only in degree of intensity. The effect of electrical stimulation of the atmospheric energy is the same as that of nuclear reactors, only less concentrated, less intense, less dramatic, but basically the same.
So although I have not seen your device in operation, I am about as certain it creates a mild oranur effect as I can be of anything I have seen. All electrical devices create a mild oranur effect. That is simply a part of the nature of the electrical current they operate on, and there is no type of device that can change that basic nature of electrical current.
So if you have an electrical device that has the effect on storms that you seem to think it has, I would understand that as the device creates a mild oranur field that can block a storm process. That is not surprising. It is exactly what the orgone theory would predict about such a device. I have seen long-distance, high-tension power lines do the same thing. Radar installations do it too. So do many other electrical installations. And it is just what nuclear reactors do, only not as bad. But it is the same form of action.
But it is not a good way to influence the atmosphere. It is just adding to the long-term DOR-burden on this planet, further weakening the already damaged life energy field. It does nothing to further the goal of helping the sick atmosphere recover it's ability to pulsate normally. And that normal pulsation, that automatic self-regulation, should be the goal of an intervention in what is happening with the atmosphere.
The biological energy in the living body is of the same nature as the energy that moves the atmosphere. It is alive. And the atmosphere should be thought of as a big animal. When you use a cloudbuster, you are stroking a big animal out there. And you should see your purpose as healing it when it is sick, not dominating it and forcing it to do as you wish.
And if you are too wrapped up in your own rather unimportant species to think that way, consider this, the normally-functioning atmosphere, as it has existed throughout human existence on this planet, is the environment in which we developed, in which we lived for millions of years, for as long as we have existed. And that is therefore where we are safest. It is our ancestral home, so to speak, the situation to which we are best adapted by all those generations of survival.
To change it to some artificial regime, controlled by some human or group of humans, is not an improvement. It is vandalism. And it is not the occasional strong storm that is the problem. It is the death of the atmospheric energy that sustains life that is the problem. And by creating more oranur, you are adding to that problem. Those hurricanes you so object to are a part of the natural means by which the earth cleans out DOR and by blocking them, you would only be adding to the stasis of the atmosphere instead of helping it keep moving.
So in addition to the natural influences on the weather, and the nuclear industry and the damage it is doing, there is now a third set of influences on the weather. The unfortunate proliferation of cloudbusters in the hands of egotistical infantile control-freaks like Ash. All over the world, people like him, unsuited for this work, are getting into it because the internet is promiscuously spreading the word about how to build a cloudbuster. And it is especially attracting control-freaks because it is being misrepresented as a means of "weather control", not a way of practicing medicine on the earth.
As for Ash, he is an egotistical infantile power-freak, and I know exactly what he did, and what he did wrong. I could see it on the weather maps and photos from space. He made a common mistake for beginners and made the storm worse.