November 23, 2017

WEATHER WARS DROUGHT WARS: BATTLE OF INDIA Part 4: VICTORY!!! Four Months Later – Alkaline Rainmakers {Earth Friendz}

Four Months Later – Alkaline Rainmakers
September 3, 2017 – admin.

I’m back in town, approximately 4 months down the line and it looks like the rainmakers are having a consistent effect. To recap, let’s look at what the land looked like in May.

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Here’s what it looks like today.

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Currently there are 2 alkaline rainmakers installed in different farms 500 meters apart. Here’s some pictures of the second one.

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The rains have been better in general.

I visited the farm about a week ago and put in two 1kg packets of salt in both rainmakers, and that’s when I noticed that the foil layers in the innermost salt water filled buckets had fallen apart and was now floating in the water instead of coating the sides of the bucket.

So yesterday, during my second farm visit, I dismantled both rainmakers, saved the salt water in a separate bucket and completely outfitted both the rainmakers with thicker layers of foil (giving the whole thing an overhaul), poured back the salt solution and further increased the alkalinity of the water with two 1 kg packets of salt.

The farm overseer’s wife who lives on the farm, was standing next to me, while I was doing this – I hadn’t really explained rainmakers except to say that they helped with the rain – and while she was watching me doing this, out of the blue – she told me that after these buckets had been kept, it rained much more often. I was really happy to hear this.

This time I also put a piece of orgonite (which I will be writing more about in a separate post) into the salt water solution in both buckets and further increased the alkalinity by adding two more 1 kg salt packets per rainmaker. I left the farm at around 2:30 in the afternoon.

Later in the evening our farm overseer called and said that it started to rain at 4 pm quite heavily and that it stopped around 8 pm. He said a few more rains like these and the ground water levels would be healthy again which was great to hear too 🙂

Important to remember – These 2 G1 rainmakers are part of 1 G2 and a 3 G1 setup. (I added a piece of orgonite to the other units too).

In these past 4 months, there have been dry spells too when it didn’t rain.

However, the farm overseer told me that one rainmaker had fallen down once and he just filled it with water and left it. That’s an ineffective unit. For a unit to be effective the ph of the salt solution needs to be 9 or above. I don’t know how long it was like that. Or what the ph levels were in all the other units.

For good results its important to keep monitoring the alkalinity levels of the salt water solution and let the people on site know how to maintain it (and maybe leave them with bags of salt). Also if you notice the metal foil layers disintegrating, put in some new layers.

If you have enough rain and don’t need the rainmakers anymore, just pour out the salt water to dismantle them 🙂

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