Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena, is a science pioneered by Swiss medical doctor and natural scientist, Hans Jenny (1904-1972). For 14 years he conducted experiments animating inert powders, pastes, and liquids into life-like, flowing forms, which mirrored patterns found throughout nature, art, and architecture. What's more, all of these patterns were created using simple sine wave vibrations (pure tones) within the audible range. So what you see is a physical representation of vibration, or how sound manifests into form through the medium of various materials.

Dr. Jenny's methodology was meticulous, well documented, and totally repeatable. His fascinating body of work offers profound insights into both the physical sciences and esoteric philosophies. It illustrates the very principles which inspired the ancient Greek philosophers Heraclitus, Pythagoras, and Plato on down to Giordano Bruno and Johannes Kepler, the fathers of modern astronomy.

The more I came to understand cymatics the more cymatics gave me that gut feeling that “Ah, This is how they do It!” Remember that admonishment to follow your gut?

A link to some wave phenomena aka Cymatics in action over at youtube.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9GBf8y0lY0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yjz5bcKoogg&feature=related

The higher the vibration, the more complex, intricate, delicate, and beautiful the patterns become. What we have today is the use of sound and its complimentary or destructive wave interference patterns to create an environmental condition namely, our day-to-day weather.


A photograph of the eye of Hurricane Isabel proudly displaying the resonance of a pentagram via manmade cymatic waves – September 2003

If you took some time to look through other ‘related’ cymatics videos you no doubt saw some pretty amazing patterns. From what I could locate online, all of these examples were displays of a single--that means just one--point source of sound vibration. Begin to imagine the patterns that could be created with several hundred (thousands???) mobile/moving/airborne acoustic wave generators. The patterns generated would be of such intricate detail that it is well beyond the common man’s imagination or consciousness of ability to see the engineered structure as being artificial in origin.


At some point the manipulation becomes so powerfully contrary to that which is ‘natural’ that the clouds just begin to look like a mess. There is no longer a continuum or continuity of weather as would be expected from a natural behaving fluid—as in classical fluid dynamics.

Chaos theory describes the behavior of certain dynamical systems – that is, systems whose state evolves with time – that may exhibit dynamics that are highly sensitive to initial conditions (popularly referred to as the butterfly effect). As a result of this sensitivity, which manifests itself as an exponential growth of perturbations in the initial conditions, the behavior of chaotic systems appears to be random. This happens even though these systems are deterministic, meaning that their future dynamics are fully defined by their initial conditions, with no random elements involved. This behavior is known as deterministic chaos, or simply chaos.

Was an unaccounted ‘delta’ (change of parameter) energy input into the global weather apparatus why the winter of 1999 was so difficult for the global forecasters to get right, me included? Or was there another unaccounted element of “initial conditions…” the “missing delta…” or this “manipulation factor” responsible? I say 1999 because that is when I began to sense that something just wasn’t right with the weather. Time after time the models just couldn’t get it right. Why in 1999 were we so rotten in getting a 3-day forecast spot on? But not like it has gotten any better in 2008!

So how is it possible to turn ‘organized’ chaos, the common mainstream view of the planet’s atmosphere, into controllable, steered, manageable weather? Rather simply, by using standing longitudinal waves, which are very different beasts than the more common and understood transverse wave seen in the graphic below.



In viewing the above image note the rarefaction and then the following compression of the longitudinal wave pattern. Rarefaction will create an area of lower pressure underneath the wave drawing air into this area of the wave form. The opposite is true of the compression half of the waveform, creating a corresponding zone of higher, out flowing, atmospheric pressure.

An established standing wave pattern is a great, effective, and very inexpensive means to cage the atmosphere. The value of a meteorological variable, for example vorticity and diffluence, is then known and established by the existence of these waves. These waves then act like a jail cell keeping out or destroying/absorbing unwanted effects, i.e., convection, cloud formation, moisture advection, et al. This then takes out the potential of chaos, or natural processes, from infecting the desired engineered weather pattern.

Longitudinal waves are waves that have vibrations along or parallel to their direction of travel; that is, waves in which the motion of the medium is in the same direction as the motion of the wave. Mechanical longitudinal waves have been also referred to as compressional waves or compression waves (Wikipedia.com).

Examples of non-electromagnetic longitudinal waves include sound waves (alternation in pressure, particle displacement, or particle velocity propagated in an elastic material), and seismic P-waves (created by earthquakes and explosions).


Once we add two or more… and please consider that there are possibly thousands of acoustic wave generators in operation globally resulting in a very high probability that all weather is influenced to a large degree by this technology.

Cyclone Nargis the 27 April to 3 May 2008 Indian Ocean cyclone that devastated Burma (Myanmar) with Category 3 - 4 intensity winds and destruction was wholly a manufactured storm. Surprise! No, not really.

Along the eastern flank of the storm at 440Z 1 May 2008 we have the following two excerpts from a high resolution satellite image linked here. Contrast and brightness have been enhanced to bring out the details in the bright white cloud tops that are common amongst all tropical storms.


Do you see the pairs of holes, one a node the other an anode. Anodes feature the compression aspect of the longitudinal wave resulting in sinking downward movement of the air, a localized high pressure area while the node is a spiraling region of updraft that assists in convective development. One must accompany the other. The nodes are on the right.


Nargis was completely littered with these acoustic nodes. Enough nodes in operation to keep the storm very powerful up until and through landfall, and that landfall was exactly where it could likely do the most damage to human life, habitat, rice/food production, and simply to further victimize the human consciousness. The poor become poorer, thus, reinforcing the lowest of all human existences that of the helpless victim consciousness.

I would be very surprised to learn if any hurricanes since about 1974 have been wholly naturally forming storms. It is my opinion that since that time the strength and paths of many of these tropical storms have been engineered to some degree. Precision has grown by the year as more and more experience and technological and computational prowess has been brought to bear on this most powerful expression of the atmosphere.


In the beginning stages of weather engineering the nodal patterns seen were gross and out of place when compared against the surrounding conditions. For example see this photograph from Walden, Colorado, late winter 1987.


As the methodology for weather engineering matured the cloud deformations became somewhat more subtle but are now globally ubiquitous. Eastern Idaho -- December 2004.

What happens if an acoustic node is turned on its side? Localized wind shear is created. From Wikipedia:

Wind shear, sometimes referred to as windshear or wind gradient, is a difference in wind speed and direction over a relatively short distance in the atmosphere. Wind shear can be broken down into vertical and horizontal components, with horizontal wind shear seen across weather fronts and near the coast, and vertical shear typically near the surface, though also at higher levels in the atmosphere near upper level jets and frontal zones aloft.

Wind shear itself is a microscale meteorological phenomenon occurring over a very small distance, but it can be associated with mesoscale or synoptic scale weather features such as squall lines and cold fronts. It is commonly observed near microbursts and downbursts caused by thunderstorms, weather fronts, areas of locally higher low level winds referred to as low level jets, near mountains, radiation inversions that occur due to clear skies and calm winds, buildings, wind turbines, and sailboats. Wind shear has a significant effect during take-off and landing of aircraft due to their effects on steering of the aircraft, and was a significant cause of aircraft accidents involving large loss of life within the United States.

Sound movement through the atmosphere is affected by wind shear, which can bend the wave front, causing sounds to be heard where they normally would not, or vice versa. Strong vertical wind shear within the troposphere also inhibits tropical cyclone development, but helps to organize individual thunderstorms into living longer life cycles which can then produce severe weather. The thermal wind concept explains with how differences in wind speed with height are dependent on horizontal temperature differences, and explains the existence of the jet stream.[1]

So these manmade acoustic waves can create areas of high and low pressure, of widely varying size/intensity AND localized wind shear, which is a critically important ingredient for the development (or suppression) of severe weather conditions.


Two developing towering cumulus clouds seen traversing a dissonant resonance pattern resulting in the cloud being torn or vibrated apart – Colorado May 2008


One rain shower, the one on the left, remains in a favorable environment for additional development while the ‘shaken’ shower to the right has passed through a destructive phase of the standing resonance pattern. Note the hard right angle the rain shaft makes in relation to the cloud base. 1:00Z 16 May 2008 -- Colorado

No deaths from tornados, hurricanes, and flooding need to happen ever again. We presently have that capability to mitigate all, all severe weather activity to a very large degree. Earthquakes too… though that is an article for a future date.


A chemtrail flown through a zone of manufactured wind shear. Note how the right side of the trail is torn away from the left side. Measure the chemtrail drift/separation over a set interval of time and you get the effectiveness/intensity of the laterally oriented node.


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