by Joel Carlinsky
The most important thing to learn about cloudbusting is not how to do cloudbusting; it is how NOT to do cloudbusting. The first thing a student should learn is all the common errors, mistakes, and dangers and how to avoid them. It is like learning to fly a plane: Most of the instruction time is spent, not on how to fly, but on how to avoid doing something dangerous. The private pilot license is known as "a license to teach yourself to fly". Once the student has learned what NOT to do, the instructors job is over and the student is ready to teach himself to fly.
The late Jerome Eden was one of the very few who were seriously concerned about the issue of DOR and oranurization of the earth by the advent of nuclear technology. He was also one of the best of the people who took an active interest in cloudbusting, and was very concerned about the misuse of the cloudbuster, which in his lifetime was known only to a small group of insiders.
Eden wrote a book, The C.OR.E. Manual, about cloudbusting, with the main emphasis on the errors and misconceptions to avoid. It is the best book on cloudbusting ever written, but unfortunately, is now out of print and almost impossible to obtain.
Eden also offered a course in cloudbusting, the only such course ever offered to the public, and several people were trained by him in cloudbusting.
In his great book on cloudbusting, the C.OR.E. Manual, Jerome Eden devoted only 22 pages to the actual techniques of cloudbusting and the rest of the 126-page book to the mistakes Trevor Constable and Dr. Richard Blasband had made and the psychological reasons for them. It is much more important to know what NOT to do than to just mechanically pick up techniques without understanding them.
It is not possible to learn cloudbusting from a book any more than it is possible to learn to fly a plane from a book. Cloudbusting is a PHYSICAL skill, like sex or riding a bicycle. The things you need to know cannot be said on paper. What it IS possible to learn from a book, though, is what NOT to do.
Orgone energy is ALIVE. Cloudbusting has much more in common with animal training or child-raising or practicing medicine than with engineering. In fact, anyone who uses the term "weather engineering", which Reich outgrew and abandoned, obviously does not understand the subject. Yet it is as "weather engineering" that cloudbusting is increasingly becoming known to a larger audience of people who learn of it from websites that use that term and promote cloudbusting as a form of "weather engineering" by which they imply that the operator can "control weather" for whatsoever purpose he chooses.
Cloudbusting is not used to "make rain" unless it is being used improperly. Anyone who wants to "make rain" or "change the weather" or do "engineering" with a cloudbuster is a dangerous fool who fails to understand the basics of cloudbusting. PROPER cloudbusting is done to RESTORE ATMOSPHERIC SELF-REGULATION by removal of DOR.
In general, removal of DOR is almost always the right thing to do, but it should usually be done with the minimum alteration of immediate weather if that is possible. Usually, weather that differs too much from the regional normal in a non-desert area, is the result of DOR-infestation and DOR-removal will return the weather patterns to normal. It is almost never needed to do an operation that will directly affect the weather. Changes in the weather are a SIDE-EFFECT of cloudbusting, not the goal of an operation in the majority of situations.
That is the part that is hardest to get across to the power-drunks who want to "control weather" or "make rain". I cannot stress the point too strongly: Beware of anyone who uses the term "weather engineering" to describe cloudbusting. Cloudbusting is NOT a form of "engineering" and anyone using that term is displaying appalling ignorance of the proper use of the cloudbuster.