Atmospheric Ionization Generates Rainfall

Scientists Create 52 Artificial Rain Storms in Abu Dhabi Desert

by Josh Sanburn for Time
January 5, 2011

Hail, lightning and gales came through the state's eastern region this summer thanks to scientist-puppetmasters.

As part of a secret program to control the weather in the Middle East, scientists working for the United Arab Emirates government artificially created rain where rain is generally nowhere to be found. The $11 million project, which began in July, put steel lampshade-looking ionizers in the desert to produce charged particles. The negatively charged ions rose with the hot air, attracting dust. Moisture then condensed around the dust and eventually produced a rain cloud. A bunch of rain clouds.

On the 52 days it rained in the region throughout July and August, forecasters did not predict rain once.

While fascinating, this is not the first time scientists have attempted to mess with Mother Nature. China has been tinkering with cloud seeding for years, not always successfully.

But the idea that countries in the Middle East could actually create rain in this water-poor region could go a long way to solving the area's problems with drought and is considered to be cheaper than desalination. But how controllable the weather can be is still in doubt, and the consequences of meddling with nature at this level are yet to be seen.


Nikola Tesla was the first to scientifically document the artificial generation of fog by atmospheric ionization in his Colorado Springs lab, later reporting:

"In Colorado I succeeded one day in precipitating a dense fog. There was a mist outside, but when I turned on the current the cloud in the laboratory became so dense that when the hand was held only a few inches from the face it could not be seen."

Nikola Tesla - (May 18, 1917) 'Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers'

The standing waves of ultra-low frequency that fogged-out Tesla's laboratory are now becoming stimulated by increased solar activity as it becomes focused by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt. In fact all of the world's megalithic stone temples and pyramid constructions function together as a global energy balancing system which is designed to increase global evaporation and precipitation rates, as well as synchronize the biorhythms of initiates at all sacred temple sites worldwide.

Much more extreme manifestations of this resonance are waves of infrasound induced piezoelectric fires that are now simultaneously occurring in Tenerife, Babura, Lalapansi, Mapuve, Bodibe, Landovica, Longford, Messina, Peschici, Berici, across northern Greece, Ratria, Kakori, Goa, Kishtwar, Rangrik, Santo Tomas, Kota Baru, Melipilla, and in the US in Seattle, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, San Mateo, Vallejo Santa Barbara and New York City.