PACIFIC NORTHWEST MINI-DROUGHT DEFEATED WITHIN 7 DAYS! Oregon, Washington State and Northern California kiss Mini-Drought Good-Bye!
The U.S. Pacific Northwest was still suffering from the Nation-Wide Mini-Drought of 2015, from late June till early September, for the U.S. East Coast. Later for Some.
But the Pacific Northwest (PNW) Drought Slayer, Stepped up to the plate and knocked it out of the ballpark!
He did it with two newly designed G-2 Water Based Orgone Accumulators, I’ve dubbed “The Porcupine G2”, for obvious reasons. And like it’s namesake, it’s far stronger than it looks.
And within 1 week, 5 days actually, the Pacific Northwest Mini-Drought…was history.
The Below are National Weather Service (NWS) maps of recent Rain Activity in the Pacific Northwest, after a New Drought Slayer set up shop there, along with recent East Coast Rain “Wave Events”, (Wade’s Wave). 🙂
Following are the Dated Emails of this very recent and ongoing Weather Event.
Also at the bottom are a Local Oregon Weather Website that covers the (PNW) Pacific Northwest Area and Google Search Results of the (PNW) Drought, up to that point.
After this, there was no more Drought there, so there are no Google Search results for PNW
Drought after Oct. 20th, 2015.
The following weather map images are of a small ongoing Pacific Northwest (PNW) Rain Event
I just built a G2 with 8 3/4 inch 5 foot zinc conduits. Its located in the pacific north west.
I wanted to thank you for your post and to let you know there was a unit in the pacific northwest and to
get some pointers.
Hi Mr. Smith,
I do have some advice.
Unit sounds real good actually. It’s just a little under powered.
It’s pushing a Total Pipe Diameter of 6″. This is fine if they leave you alone and for Proof Of Concept.
If attacked, you need more.
I started with a small unit, 5 gallons, (8) 3/4″ copper pipes. (G-1) .75″ X 8 = 6″
Had great weather for a month plus ended a local drought. And then they adjusted, and were able to bring daily gray skies again.
I had a choice…up my game or give in. But I’d enjoyed those beautiful days to much to just roll over. Concept had been proved!
I built the G-2 “General”; 30 gallons / (6) 1.5″ Copper pipes / 5′ Foot. (6) X 1.5″ = 9″
My new 9″ Unit plus my 6″ Unit gave me a Total Pipe Diameter of 15″. I also built another small (6″) Unit for Wash. D.C. 44 miles away.
This Unit gave D.C., where I work, the exact same Protection. For a (TPD) 9″ + 6″ + 6″ = 21″ T.P.D.
So after ‘Proof Of Concept’, I took them on with a Total of 21″ Inches T.P.D.
This took out the entire Ongoing and Continuous 2012/2013 U.S. East Coast Drought. And has kept drought away in 42 out of the 48 Lower U.S. States. All but the U.S. West Coast, which a Drought-Slayer took out last year, 2014. The West Coast Mega-Drought.
Your single 6″ Unit is very similar to my 6″ Unit. It can be overcome.
So you need between 15″ and 20″ to seriously take them on.
Welcome to the ‘Front Lines’ of the “Weather Wars”.
Here’s my personal set-up:
(3) G-1’s in front: 5 Gal. bucket with (10-12) 3/4″ X 5′ metal tubes
(1) G-2 in back: 30 gal trash can with (8) 1 1/2″ X 5′ metal tubes
Hope this helps.
Go to my website and read all you can on Drought-Slayers and Sky Wars. All the information and others efforts will be there.
Thanks, good luck.
Now go “Get Some”!
I’ll buy some more conduit next week. I built a croft unit but as you know they just sprayed more. I’ve read your web page several times. This e-mail really helped me understand the need for more T.P.D..
This G2 unit is in place along with a Croft unit and two 3 inch Croft type units making a total of 23 T.P.D . Have you contacted Dane Wigington at GeoEngineering Watch.org about your orgone devise?
It started to rain about 2 hours after the extra conduit was added.
Thanks for your help.
Hi Mr. Smith,
That’s a fine designed G-2!
Keep me posted on how it works for you.
You might have to back it up later with a couple of smaller G-1 units, but that’s a great start.
Did you alkaline the water with Salt, Baking Soda or both? If so, to what level?
7.5%-9% PH is good for general good weather, drought slaying and chemtrail busting.
No, I haven’t contacted anybody.
I just do, talk about it, and let others judge for themselves.
I’ve been doing this for years. Since late 2012.
Welcome to Club G-2, The Drought Slayers.
We need someone in the Pacific North West, Thx.
Note: What are your goals?
Drought Busting, Chemtrail Busting or just general good weather and weather mitigation.
It’s good to set your goals forth before you begin. This way you can judge progress for yourself and others.
My goals were…All Of The Above! And they have all been met, plus alot more!
We used baking soda and salt at 7.5%-9% PH. We are trying to get rid of the the drought, bring back cold normal weather and clear the sky’s of chemtrails.
They hit us with over 20 flights a day for 3 days in a row. I’m outside all day just about every day so notice what they are up to .
The latest thing they do is send a plane over then another one 5 min. later on the same path.
Hi Mr. Smith,
Good deal with your alkaline level!
The units are weaker at night. So they pour it on in the morning before the units are up to full strength.
But by early mid-day your skies should start to clear, and even when they lay down more trails, they won’t stick.
We still get as many as 20 chemtrails per hour between Frederick and D.C., about 44 miles, sometimes. But they’re gone
within a couple to a few hours and the rest of the day is beautiful. And we now get many days without any chemtrails.
But when I see alot of them, they are up to something. They don’t give up easily, period. But now, “They’re dealing with Tigers!”
Keep me posted on your progress, good or bad. You should be already noticing a positive difference in your weather and skies, even with their increased efforts.
Hi Wade. The sky was beautiful all day then around 2:00 they did 10 planes in a hour all in the same area . It started to clear up then they sent in a couple more . Is there a down side to having too many units on line?
Hi Mr. Smith,
No downside to the number of units used. The more you have, the harder it is for them to overcome.
The more we have in America and the World, the better for us and our weather!
The most powerful Drought-Slayers have multiple units, 5-7. Mostly G-2’s. They’re skies are invincible to the weather controllers.
Also note: They hit those to be powerful, just like they are doing to you. A “discouragement tactic”, believe it or not.
When they do this, it shows you are on the right track.
I’ve heard rumor of units so strong, they don’t allow clouds to form. These are the 50 gallon units with 50″ TPD.
I don’t recommend those units, too strong!
Keep up the good work, keep me posted.
NOTE: But there are more powerful Drought Slayers with more knowledge than I. And They recommend Bigger is Better!
Thanks. We are going to build more units . I’ll send you pictures of the G2 units when I save the money for conduit.
I have been at this since around 2012 also, but I made organite and placed them around the county. That is when I noticed them spraying more. Thanks to your web site I’m able to up my game. They hammered us all morning then it cleared up.
I’ll keep you posted.
Hi Mr. Smith,
Pacific North West is getting some good rain.
They really needed you up there!
Keep up the good work.
I might do a post on the event.
Want me to use your real name or make one up?
Hi Wade, We are going to make another G2 . Why not wait to make your post until the second unit is up and running. We are getting in to the normal rain season. I just want to make sure it happens. Let’s just see what happens.
If you do post, please use a made up name. Thanks for asking.
The guys at the NSA make good money. Make the powers that be figure it out for themselves.
No Sweat! Will do!
Oct 26 (13 days ago)
Second G2 unit online for a total of 24 T.P.D. not including the Croft type units . We got the conduit at a electrical supplier for $4.0 per 10 ft. section.
Oct 26 (13 days ago)
Hi Mr. Smith,
Looks good, sounds good.
Let’s see what happens. Keep me posted.
I got a space all picked out for your post. 🙂
Below are images of recent rain Activity in the Pacific Northwest (PNW).
But this is a small rain Event for them.
They normally get twice this much on a weekly basis since Oct. 25th, 2015.
The Below Weather Reports follow / go with, the Dated Emails, and recognize a shift in the Rain Weather Patterns for the (PNW):
The omens point to rain according to Rufus at the WxCafe®. Robin
Sunday October 25
Last week of the month will bring a favorable addition to rain gauges throughout the PNW.
Rufus at the WxCafe® portends the upcoming weather in bold and caps. Head’s up. Robin
Monday November 2
Interesting weather month ahead, should we accept the wx model crystal ball view. The accepted morning beverage is ready here. Shall we?
California is getting much needed rain from the leading edge of our Halloween weekend storm. The system dumped an amazing volume of water in a short period in many areas of the PNW, causing localized flooding including INSIDE a Portland light-rail train. For most of the days this week in the PNW, showers will pop up here and there, although diminishing on a daily basis. There remains the potential for FROST in your area, should the sky clear overnight Tue or Wed.
Rufus® at the WxCafe suggests the tempest is on the way. Robin
Friday November 6
After a calm, mild week the PNW is set for a significant round of Fall Classics. Stormy weather is on the way, so refill your morning beverage mug and sit back down here for the latest details.
A series of powerful storms continues to be on the charts starting Fri the 13th. Hours of moderate-to-heavy rain, along with gusty WINDS will dominate next weekend.
Pacific Northwest drought 2015
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Severe Weather: Record heat expected for Northwest – CNN …
Jun 28, 2015 – Pacific Northwest heat wave breaks records for high temperatures in June. … NIDIS (@DroughtGov) June 25, 2015. In the center of the country, …
Soaring Temps in Pacific Northwest Shattered Records …
Jul 1, 2015 – An intense heat wave shattered temperature records in the Pacific Northwest, exacerbating the drought. … The searing heat even broke the all-time state temperature record … NWS Spokane (@NWSSpokane) June 27, 2015.
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Sep 23, 2015 – With the Pacific Northwest in the midst of a historic drought, which … its ideal hops-growing conditions—for news of the 2015 harvest.
Heat, drought cook fish alive in Pacific Northwest – USA Today
Freakishly hot, dry weather in the Pacific Northwest is killing millions of fish in the overheated waters of … Doyle Rice, USA TODAY 7:17 p.m. EDT July 31, 2015.
Drought – July 2015 | National Centers for Environmental …
National Climatic Data Center
The U.S. Drought Monitor drought map valid August 4, 2015. … the intensity of the long-term Palmer Drought Index, but did little to break the drought. … Dryness in the Pacific Northwest is evident at all time scales, but is most severe at the 2- to …
Drought – June 2015 | National Centers for Environmental …
National Climatic Data Center
Jun 30, 2015 – The U.S. Drought Monitor drought map valid June 30, 2015. … Dryness in the Pacific Northwest is evident at all time scales, but is most severe at the 1 to 6 ….. This broke the old record of 48% sunshine set in June of 1942.
El Niño Is About to Bring Bad News for Drought-Stricken …
Oct 15, 2015 – El Niño Is About to Bring Bad News for Drought-Stricken Northwest This Winter … while battling a fire near Hyampom, California, June 13, 2015. … and western Alaska, parts of the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies, and …
Record heat expected for Northwest, already parched by …
Record heat expected for Northwest, already parched by drought. Posted 1:15 pm, June 27, 2015, by Katrina Lamansky … Meanwhile, “virtually 100%” of the Pacific Northwest remains abnormally dry or in a drought, the National Integrated Drought … ‘My heart’s broken’: California wildfires spread as evacuees watch.
Northwest Heat Wave Relief Is Finally Ahead (FORECAST …
The Weather Channel
Jul 9, 2015 – The torrid heat wave that the Northwest has been dealing with since the last week of June will finally fade away Friday into the weekend.