In general, there seem to be a lot of people in Croatia who are monkeying around with the Croft ''Chembuster" devices, but as far as my correspondent is aware, nobody using a real cloudbuster, at least not yet. The Croft devices are not anywhere near as effective as a real cloudbuster, but I cannot rule out the possibility that with so many of them in such a small area, they could be having some minor effect on weather conditions. And obviously, from the report of conditions in Croatia given by this correspondent, if they are having any effect at all, that effect is not a good one.
But since there are known to be several cloudbusters in nearby Italy, and the range of a cloudbuster is great enough that a cloudbuster in northern Italy would affect Croatia too, It is also possible that someone in Italy could be the cause of the atmospheric troubles in Croatia.
One of the people in northern Italy is someone who has the right atitude and knows enough to use a cloudbuster properly, but there are at least two others whose knowledge and abilities in the field are questionable, plus, of course, there could be still others of whom I have not yet heard.
And, of course, beyond all the wildcat cloudbusting going on these days, there are still more nuclear reactors in Europe than in the rest of the world put together. Add in other sources of oranurization of Europe, such as nuclear weapons stockpiles, and it would be remarkable if the weather was NOT deranged.
From: Miroslav < >
Subject: Re: Cloudbusting
To: "joel carlinsky" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011, 2:38 PM
I am grateful to you for the previous mail and I was totally surprised by your conclusion about the situation in this part of Europe where the weather is at least chaotic. Some unnatural cloudiness and fog hangs over most of the Croatia. Croatia is a small country and the anomalies are so obvious that it's frightening. Yesterday before I got your mail I thought that I turn my "CB“ that was made by Don Croft model but desperate man tries anything. In two days I passed Croatia from east to west. The central area around the capital city of Zagreb at all times in the fog and clouds. Approximately 100 km east of Zagreb and about 30 km south west of Zagreb, as if there is some kind of invisible barrier (DOR), which prevents the sun, just a strange fog and cloudiness. What is causing this?
And now I'll try to answer as short as possible regarding cloudbusters in Croatia and surrounding countries. I started to get interested in orgone energy at the beginning of this year, and exactly as you said -internet. My little biodynamic farm I tried to protect from harmful effects. First, I set out to create small devices and they have proved effective in their personal home use, and also in my garden as well as orchards and vineyards. (You're probably familiar with this type of devices though you wrote about it in a lesser degree, or am I missing something).
In particular in Croatia, as far as I know there is no genuine Reichs cloudbuster but Croatia is crisscrossed by a number of Don Crofts cloudbusters. It also has a lot of recommendations to put a single-cloudbuster in the garden. So much is being used that the normally weather would have completely inverted. This is the situation in Croatia and Slovenia.