Christine Murphy (Lilipoh) writes:
>Here is a post from the friends we visited in Darjeeling at Makaibari.
>Already then they were desperate for rain. Didn't you once say you knew how
>to make rain--could that be shared with them? It would be so important. Look
>forward to hearing from you.
>All the best, Christine
> 13.3.00 Dear Christine, Please please forgive the delay in
>replying. The truth is that we still have had NO rain and are in the
>lowest of spirits. After the drought of last year, we had desperately
>hoped for a good season this year.But alas, that might not be. Your
>Article is really well written - from the soul! It is amazing how much
>you absorbed during your short stay in Makaibari. You have knit it all
>together into projecting a realistic and true image of our evolution.
>Thank You! I wonder if it is too late to offer a suggestion? Both Rajah
>and myself feel that maybe the title could be amended slightly: How
>about " DEMETER RHYTHM IN DARJEELING - MAKAIBARI " ? We think that maybe
>having the name MAKAIBARI in the title might have more impact. However
>the final decision is yours. <snip>
Look forward to having you with us in the near future.
Dear Christine and Srirupa,
No rain, eh? Another one of these ask Hugh things?
If you are in an area where it is normal to get rain at this time of year
it may be fairly easy to make it. There are several methods. I don't know
the culture and traditions of India but I'm sure there must be ancient
methods there. Maybe in our day and age they have been treated as
superstitions and probably have fallen out of use. But such things can be
re-created again if one has sufficient understanding. Or new methods might
be created as my little story about Wilhelm Reich will show.
Basically what is happening in droughts is the atmosphere is stuck. It is
congested. It is poisoned, toxic, lifeless. This can be caused by a variety
of things. Pollution, atomic blasts, ill thoughts and bad practices on the
parts of people. The cure is life force. Pattern energies. Ether. Clouds
are build-ups of ether. They contain pattern energies. There's some variety
to the patterns so there are different kinds of clouds just as there are
different kinds of fires different sorts of bodies of water, different
forms of rocks and minerals. In the towering thunderheads there first is
built up warmth, and second built up light. These build up within their
respective patterns inside the cloud's boundaries. This is the kind of
cloud that cooks at the top and gets dark and suctional at the bottom. It
billows up against colder air at the top and it can develop such updrafts
and such condensation that a hailstorm results. Don't fly an airplane into
a cloud like this. The warmth rises and cooks up almost like a percolator
coffee pot at the top. And as it does this the warmth gets so intense it
changes state from warmth ether to light ether and there are flashes of
I was told in high school that lightning is caused by static electricity
building up in clouds. However, static electricity never builds up under
moist conditions. What is really happening is warmth ether precipitates
into light ether. In a thunderhead light ether is also built up very
intensely. So when the warm precipitates into light the light ether is
overloaded and it precipitates into tone. Tone is the pattern energy you
will hear in running water, in living water. It is vibratory. It makes
water into a very good solvent, a medium for chemistry. And of course, with
thunder there is rain falling.
Ever notice how on extremely hot summer days or evenings you can have quite
a flashing display of heat lightning but hardly a drop of rain--and, of
course, no thunder? The warmth ether is overloaded, but not the light
ether. There's not much in the way of radiant, white clouds. But then, ever
notice how in the early spring when the light has returned but it is still
cool? You can be blanketed with low, rolling clouds and as day grows light
there is rolling thunder and gentle rain, even sometimes hard rain, but
hardly any lightning.
Lightning is warmth ether condensing into light and thunder is light ether
condensing into tone. This rich, etheric aliveness, this pattern energy in
the atmosphere is what gives us rain.
So the question really boils down to how can we enrich the atmosphere with
life so that we get rain. The Hopi Indians did it in the summer in the
American Southwest so they could grow corn in the desert. They found sinks
and vents, places where the earth received or gave off life energy well,
and there is where they planted. Even though there was little moisture in
the atmosphere they would get the sinks to soak up life energy at night and
the vents to give it off into the atmosphere during the day. Then little
clouds would grow to provide a shower or two for their cornfield. Sometimes
the vent that gave off into the atmosphere would be some distance from the
sink that took it in. No matter, they sometimes chased a cloud for miles
nursing it with all the life energy they could channel into it in order to
get it to rain on their corn patch. They had elaborate systems and
ceremonies to accomplish this, and they got rain. For centuries they got
rain like this.
The Native Americans were great for what we might call herbal essences,
sympathetic majic and voodoo. But you could just as well call it
homeopathic medicine, dances, mantras and radionics. So they knew quite a
bit about the sowing and building up of pattern energies.
Rolling Thunder, the Shoshone Medicineman of the plains did things somewhat
differently. He worked more with the broad, low hanging cloud cover that
developed in the Great Plains. There was much more moisture in the
atmosphere where he worked. He knew how to feed the light ether until it
was dense and pregnant and he would get the type of rains where the thunder
rolled and rolled as the rain fell.
The twentieth century Austrian-American Scientist, Wilhelm Reich, did
things much, much differently still. He discovered how to make devices that
drew ether. He made powerful suctional devices. These had long, straight
pipes that would suck the light ether out of clouds, a large resonating
chamber and flexible pipes that he placed in running water. The more the
water gurgled past his flexible pipes the better his resonating chanber
resonated. And he made his array of straight pipes somewhat adjustable as
to length and moble like a gun turret so he could point them any direction
except into the earth. If these "cloudbusters" were pointed at clouds they
made the clouds evaporate and disappear, hence the name. You might not
think that would be much use, but guess again.
These cloudbusters drew light ether so well and from such distances that
Reich could sweep the atmosphere in a place where it was toxic, stagnant
and dead and draw light ether toward it from hundreds of miles away--even
from outer space. The plane of the ecliptic is an especially rich place to
draw from--as is the Milky Way Galaxy. This would freshen the atmosphere,
and then he could point toward one horizon (usually east or west since the
ether mostly streams in from the east and weather fronts stream from the
west) and draw clouds from far away. So he got a stream going. Then he
could point at the opposite horizon and get a counter stream going. At this
point he would have created a vortex and the conditions for a storm system.
Then if he pointed straight up and drew from the zenith or close to it
since the ecliptic and the Milky Way made for an especially strong draw.
Thus he would contract the atmosphere and cause rain. Pretty elaborate, and
also pretty dangerous. But workable.
(Just a little aside here: I don't advise this method. A cloudbuster is a
really dangerous device. Reich also found that pointing a cloudbuster at
UFOs caused them to loose their ability to fly, at which point he realized
he could probably build an ether motor and a few other things. This got him
in trouble with the Air Force brass at Wright-Patterson--who backed off
gracefully once they felt sure Morris Fischbein, the FDAs notorious witch
hunter, could handle Reich quite nicely, thank you. Reich died after a
short time in the most secure prison in the US Prison System.)
How Hugh Courtney does this biodynamically is much safer even if it is a
good bit less dramatic. It also shows how powerful the biodynamic
preparations are as etheric, patterning agents. The Native Americans should
have had such effective tools for distributing patterning energies and then
they wouldn't have had to work so hard dancing, chanting, making herbal
smokes, beating drums and shaking rattles. But what the heck? They enjoyed
the exercise and they weren't all that worried back then about rescuing a
planet that was dying.
Courtney uses biodynamic preparations, and he applies all of them in
sequence. There is more tendency for it to rain at full moon because of the
intensification of light in the atmosphere, and after all, rain is born
from concentrating light ether until it turns to tone ether. So Courtney
likes to start two or three days before full moon, and, of course he likes
to start when the moon is in a water constellation. Usually he starts with
a spraying of barrel compost in the evening.
Barrel compost is a special biodynamic compost made pure cow manure in a
barrel buried in the earth with six special biodynamic preparations
inserted in the compost. These preparations are made from yarrow flowers,
chamomile flowers, stinging nettle leaves and stems, oak bark, dandelion
flowers and valerian flower juice. The leaf and bark preparations are
placed in the middle because they draw energy in and hold it, while the
flower preparations, which fountain out energy, are placed around the
outside. With my barrel compost I cover the barrel and scatter
horsetail--the herb, Equisetum--over the top. This ensures that the
pattern energies of the sun, moon and planets are focused on the compost
and caught up therein. I'm not sure Courtney does this this way. In fact,
in India, barrel compost is not made in a barrel. I'm pretty sure it is
made in a shallow brick-lined pit, and I don't think the horsetail is
sprinkled over the top.
In any event, if the horsetail is NOT sprinkled over the top, I'm pretty
sure Courtney makes a decoction of horsetail and sprays it early the next
morning since the horsetail is so highly siliceous it makes a good morning
spray and balances out the digestive cow manure preparation.
Try to understand these preparations are stirred very intensively in such
quantity that many acres are covered just shortly before dark and again
just shortly after dawn. There's good reason for this. Ether streams toward
the sun. It streams downward into the earth at night as the earth settles
and the dew falls. It streams upward during the day as the dew burns off
and the light and warmth rise into the atmosphere. We want to hold the
ether close to the earth's surface and don't particularly want it to sink
too deep and surely don't want it to rise too far into the upper
atmosphere. So we spray close to the hours of sunset and dawn when the
ether is streaming toward the horizon and is at its richest near the
surface of the earth. This gives a boost at the best time to enrich the
Suppose we wanted to get it to stop raining? We would want to spray at
midnight and noon so we drove it to greater depths and heights, and we
would want to start our sequence in a fire constellation shortly prior to
So with this biodynamic sequential spray have sprayed a fairly large amount
of land with barrel compost and horsetail decoction--maybe 40 or 50 gallons
worth at 3 gallons to the acre. This may be as much exercise as those
Native Americans got but we've given several acres of land a fine
sprinkling of barrel compost and we've misted our horsetail into the air
over an equal area. This seeds patterns on a much larger scale than those
Hopi medicine men and a comparably larger effect can be expected. Plus it
heals and rejuvenates the earth.
Now we come back and sprinkle the biodynamic horn manure that evening on
the soil just like the barrel compost was. This is cow manure buried in cow
horns over the winter season, and it again stimulates the gravitational
side of the life forces. The following morning the horn silica is misted
into the atmosphere just like the horsetail. It is finely powdered quartz
crystal buried in a cow horn over the summer and it gives a boost to the
daytime, levitational forces.
Just recently in biodynamics we've begun to realize we've been missing a
preparation all along. Horn clay, which mediates, rhythmically, between the
horn manure and the horn silica. It is made by burying cow horns filled
with clay for an entire year. It may not be available in India yet and
takes a while to make. But it holds the opposite polarities of the ethers
together and really makes things hum. It should follow the horn silica in
the evening, sprinkled on the soil.
I can add a little further personal twist to Courtney's procedure. I would
spray the valerian flower juice preparation as a mist into the atmosphere
the following morning because this works with phosphorus and light and will
further enhance the light ether and the formation of rain clouds in the
atmosphere. I would then follow it with the oak bark preparation sprinkled
on the soil that evening. This works with lime and water and catalyses rain.
If you try this full sequence and you don't get rain I miss my bet. You
should have the ethers moving richly over a good sized area. Around here
when we do this we get rain for a 20, 50 or even 100 mile radius. I think
Mercury goes direct today and we're getting pretty close to full moon.
You'd better jump on this as soon as Mercury goes direct--but not before.
I realize this is a lot of work stirring and spraying these biodynamic
preparations, but do it over as much area as you can. If you don't have
horn clay, use what clay you've got, perhaps enlivened with a little barrel
The past several years I've found a much easier and cheaper way to do this
same sequence of biodynamic preparations over a much larger area using a
radionic instrument called a Malcolm Rae Extended Range Potentizer with
Interrupter and homeopathic magneto-geometric BD preparation cards. Use a
map or aerial photo as a wittness in the well. The cards give you the preps
as homeopathic patterns. You can adjust your treatment's phase by dialing
any potency you need. And the interrupter turns the instrument on and off a
couple hundred time a minute so you get thousands and thousands of tiny
treatments over the course of an hour or two. One person can treat a whole
villiage and not even use up any biodynamic preparations.
What allows biodynamics, homeopathy and radionics all three to work is the
principle of fluid dynamics that a microscopic change at a point can effect
large scale changes in the medium. Weather forecasters call this the
butterfly effect. With the Malcolm Rae instrument you can have hundreds of
thousands of butterfly's flapping their wings in tandem, and using this
technique has allowed this crazy, lazy American to go without using my
irrigation equipment the past seven years. It gives me more time to write
these long e-mails I guess.
The trouble is you need rain immediately and as I understand it you are
already stirring and spraying the biodynamic preparations. You'd have to
get the Malcolm Rae equipment and the cards and learn this other technique.
But it sure is easy.
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