from Orgone Website
Pore has received various requests on how to build one of these instruments. No specific construction plans schematics have been provided by any orgonomy groups that we know of.
However Wilhelm Reich had several built by Southworth Machine Co. in Portland, Maine in the 1950's.
They did have some drawn up plans but the company has since gone out of business. Most have been custom made by various CB operators.
It is highly advised that you purchase the following information written by Wilhelm Reich which describes many of the varied operations and their effects on the weather during his research into this field of work.
Cloudbusting work can be dangerous to the health of the operator if proper cautions are not adhered to during the operation of the device. In addition improper use of this instrument can result in catastrophic effects including violent weather, loss of life, and environmental damage.
See some description of this contained in the student discussion with Reich's cloudbuster operators Eva Reich and Bill Moise.
More information on the dangers of
operations and precautions are also found in the below writings by
Wilhelm Reich. A correct understanding and an ability to perceive
and/or feel orgone energy changes in the atmosphere is paramount for
gentle and predictable results.
These books are available from the Wilhelm Reich Museum Bookstore at PO Box 687 Rangeley, Maine 04970 or check the archives of a university library. "Contact with Space" has also been published in Germany in 1996.
Be cautious with cloudbusting work as several operators of this device have had health problems and injuries related to the use of these instruments.
It is paramount
that those doing work in this area share their planned operations so
that they don't unintentionally retard or increase an operation
someone else may be doing nearby.