But there is seldom a good healthy sky nowadays, and if the atmosphere is in good condition, there is seldom a good reason to be doing cloudbusting anyway. So in most cases, the water used for grounding a cloudbuster will be absorbing DOR. That means some care is needed in disposing of or reusing that water afterwards.
In his book, A New Method of Weather Control, published in 1961 by the Interscience Research Institute, Dr. Charles Kelley, a student of Wilhelm Reich, described how he used a swampy area of water-staturated land near his home to ground a cloudbuster. He included photos of the trees around the spot, which began dying from the tops down, and from the outside inward, just as Reich had described trees dying from DOR-sickness.
He also told how his house, located too close to the wetland used to ground the cloudbuster, became contaminated by DOR as a result. The central heating system, consisting of hollow metal pipes coated with insulation, forming a sort of orgone accumulating network throughout the house, attracted the DOR and whenever the thermostat started the furnace going, the energy trapped in the heating pipes became so intensely excited the house became unbearable and intolerable to live in.
By aiming a small medical DOR-buster at the furnace he was able to drain off enough of the excitation to make the house liveable, but the rock wall of the basement directly behind the DOR-buster became discolored and started to crumble, just as Reich had described the rocks at Orgonon doing after the disasterous Oranur Experiment. Kelley eventually gave up and sold the house. It proved impossible to permanently decontaminate it.
Several experiments have been done using water that has been used to ground a cloudbuster or medical DOR-buster, which is a miniature version of the cloudbuster, and the effects of such charging on the water are fairly well known. There are several types of instruments that can detect and measure these effects, as well as noticeable changes in plant growth compared to controls watered with water direct from the tap.
On the basis of these experiments, I consider the Desert Greening Project in Algeria, at an oasis in the desert, where about 800 people live, to be reckless of their lives and health, since there is no water available to ground a cloudbuster there except a well, and the same underground aquifer is the only possible source of drinking water for the population there. This project has been going on for several years now, and the long term health effects on the people living in that village must be obvious by now, but so far, the perpetrators of the project show no signs of discontinuing it.
In another form of evidence that the grounding water aquires the energetic characteristics of the energy field it is drawing from, experiments have been done by Buryl Payne, of California, that indicate a change in the taste of water depending on the energetic characteristics of the point of aim of the cloudbuster can be detected by most people. I recall from a visit to him, how strong the taste of turpentine was when I tasted water that had been used to ground a cloudbuster pointed at a pine forest.
Another type of unintended side effect from grounding a cloudbuster into a deep well is the big earthquake that was experienced by the San Fernando Valley in California in 1994. The report of the cloudbusting operation conducted by a group called the C.OR.E. Network, headed by Dr. James DeMeo, gives the dates of the operation. It says there were several mobile cloudbusters involved, and the farthest south they were located was in the San Fernando Valley. There is no mention of where or how the cloudbuster there was grounded, but since there is no surface water in the San Fernando Valley, no rivers, lakes, streams, or ponds of any kind, the cloudbuster must have been grounded into a well.
The underground aquifer there consists of brittle pourous rock, permeated wiith water under high pressure. The drawing of added orgone energy into the waterlogged rock would cause the water to expand and crack the billions of tiny cells in the pourous rock, and the vibrations, right on top of an earthquake faultline, would be enough to trigger an earthquake, which happend at 4 A.M. after an all night draw with the cloudbuster, as described in Dr. DeMeo's report.
So, in answer to my correspondent, I suggest extreme catution in grounding a cloudbuster, and also in disposing of any possibly contaminated water afterwards.