February 18, 2018

12 TUBE RAINMAKER “THE FARMERS FRIEND”: Wilhelm Reich ‘Drought Protection’ – Orgone In A Can ‘Canned Orgone’

No one can make a “Rainmaker” out of hollow pipes and saltwater!

DISCLAIMER: This is for Entertainment Purposes Only.

This is how you make a “Rainmaker”.

This unit will protect any farm, anywhere, from Drought. It can be easily built by any Farmer.

Everything here is based upon a full Re-evaluation of our own tests and the images of the “Cloudbuster/Rainmakers” invented by Wilhelm Reich.

RULE ONE: Metal Matters!

All of Wilhelm Reich’s machines were “Metal Heavy”. Thick Metal everywhere.
This attracts more Orgone Energy.

RULE TWO: Keep It Simple
A simple steel can or barrel filled with water, is a excellent natural ‘Orgone Accumulator’. The thick metal attracts the Orgone and traps it inside, and the water attracts as well as stores the Orgone.

Of course you still want the metal tubes inside the can or barrel to excite and help retain the energy trapped there.

Welhelm liked Steel Boxes filled with water. All but his very biggest “Rainmakers” all used plain ‘Steel Boxes’ with metal tubes inside. The Big Units, all fed off the Orgone Energy stored in a pond, lake, reservoir or river.



The Unit at right is what the “Farmer’s Friend Rainmaker” will basically look like when done, except we are going with a “Double Row” of Hollow Tubes, instead of a ‘Single Row’ set up. Most of W.R.’s units were, “Double Row”.

This is a easy way to add effective Metal Mass to attract more Orgone.

Part One: Orgone Accumulator

Build the Orgone Accumulator first, this will allow the Accumulator to build up it’s Orgone Energy, while you put the Rainmaker together.

Orgone Mass and Metal Mass are the Keys to any Rainmaker.

You will need:

(1) 50 Gallon Steel Drum or (4) 5 Gallon Steel Cans

All of Wilhelm Reich’s (W.R.’s) Rainmakers used a minimum of 50 Gallons of water in a Steel Container with metal tubes inside to connect the Rainmaker to and to ‘Excite’ the Orgone Energy inside to greater efficiency.

But our tests show, in a pinch, (4) 5 Gallon Steel Can Accumulators are enough to help a ‘single farm’ with ease. We just like sticking as close to the original source as possible.

“”WARNING” WHAT YOU DO EFFECTS OTHERS! Always remember that!
When you cause rain, you will block out the Sun for hours. Possibly a day or longer, after the thing gets rolling. Always consider those around you!


(1) 50 Gallon Steel Drum with water, 2 pinches of Sea Salt per gallon or 2 or 3 table spoons or a single handful 🙂

(12) 3/4″ X 10′ Galvanized Steel Pipe Sections

(12) Flexible Braided Steel Rubber Lined Washing Machine Hoses
Any washing Machine hoses will do. The washing machine hoses with the Braided Steel sheath around them are the best.
The inorganic metal attracts Orgone energy and the organic rubber stores the energy. These are by far the best at conducting Orgone Energy.

Note: Depending on length of Rainmaker from Orgone source, determines length of connecting hoses needed.

(1) Metal or Wood Rack/Frame to hold ‘hollow tubes’.


50 Gallon Steel Drum:

Drill (12) 1″ Holes in the lid. (4) in the center, and the rest circle around it about 1/3 of the way to the outer edge/sides.
This metal will help to concentrate and hold the orgone in the center of the accumulator, as well as set up a double row of ‘exciter tubes’ on the inside of the accumulator.

Cut the pipes so that you are left with (12) 3/4″ X 6′ Sections and (12) 3/4″ X 4′ Sections
NOTE: You can cut the pipes so that only about 2″ of the pipes stick above the drum top, and use the additional length towards the Rainmaker tube overall length.

The longer the pipes the better, but this is supposed to be a very “Local” Rainmaker.

One end of each pipe will need to be threaded, minimum.
If you can order the pipe cut and threaded, you would want:

(12) 3/4″ X 4′ (One end threaded)
(12) 3/4″ X 6′ (both ends threaded)

Stick the (12) short pipe sections in the Accumulator Drum and start on the Frame.

Frame can be Wood or Metal. Metal is better. Wood is easier.
Since this is only a very “Local” unit, Major Metal Mass is not called for.

Using wood or metal, simple 3/4″ Steel Pipe Clamps/Strap will easily attach the pipes to either.

Attach the Pipes about 10″ apart, 6 on top and 6 underneath.

Attach Washing Machine Hoses.
Screw 3/4″ washing machine hose ends to ends of Rainmaker and top of Accumulator pipe ends.

NOTE: 3/4″ washing machine hoses and 3/4″ I.P.S. (International Pipe Standard) Threads are different. But they do attach easily and nicely for the purposes of “Orgone Energy” transfer.

Orgone is not air or solid, so the connections don’t have to be air or water tight. Just connected. Duct Tape will work in a pinch. It worked for our first prototype 🙂

You will also need something to prop the “Rainmaker up and to point it at the sky at about a 45% degree angle.


Placement should be in the center of your farm and pointed into the general direction the wind comes out of.

The Storm will start where you have the Rainmaker pointed. Once it starts, the wind will carry the storm and rain over your farm.
once it passes over head, it will quickly lose strength but continue to rain over head and downwind for miles.

Basic coverage is 3 miles wide and 10 miles long. Basic only.

Due to lack of Funding, our experiments were and are now very limited 🙁

ADMIN NOTE: Here in Frederick, Maryland, there is absolutely no sign of drought anywhere. And there hasn’t been every since we started our Orgone Energy Experiments with the very first G-1 Bucket unit.

So we are doing this at the request of others, with pleasure 🙂

If your Farm or Area are experiencing drought, you now can bring rain to your area and be a hero.

You should have Rain within 24 hours.


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