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Dissolving Clouds With The Power Of Mind

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posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 04:53 PM
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Just a little yes... but I saved it fast


Nice Faerie




posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 04:54 PM
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Right.

Clouds dissapear naturally in short periods of time in the situations you people have been talking about. This has been explained by a lot of people in this thread, but so many more are just not listening.

I own a set of CD's from the magician Kenton Knepper, call 'Wonder Words'. It has a track on it entitled 'Cloud Busting' in which he explains this process as a magic trick. He explains choosing a cloud from the exact conditions the OP speaks of and then telling an observer that he will 'bust' it, telling them to keep looking at it and to watch as it disappears. Sure enough a fewminutes later the observer will run up to him amazed that this cloud actually disappeared. It really makes peole believe in the magician and as such is an excellent effect.

It is however just a 'trick'. It's something that wouldnaturally occur 'labelled' as a wonderous feat perfomed by the magician themselves. 'Labelling' is an extremely powerful technique.

My apologies to Kenton and any resident magicians here for speaking about the contents of another magicians works. But I feel it adds to the discussion at hand.

It is my opinion that this is entirely a natural occurance (clouds going away by themselves) that people have 'labelled' to themselves that it issomething they are doing,which makes them believe in it far stronger. If you tell a guy to look at a cloud as specified and watch it disappear then they may reply at the end with 'cool'. If you tell a man that by thinking about it he can 'bust' a cloud as specified, and that the man can do it too,the man will likely reply with 'OMG COOL!'.

It's simply a matter of labelling. Seeing something coolis great, doing it yourself is even better. But when you're not actually responsiblefor anything at all and end up attributing a natural occurence as an incredible phenomina to someone or yourself, then you're going to believe it wholeheartedly, and it is unlikely that you will be convinced otherwise.

This, in my most humble opinion, is simply clouds disappearing naturally that people are convincing themselves is down to them. This I will continue to believe untill someone can provide video evidence of 'busting' a whole selection of clouds in an order as determined by an independant observer,and then recreating anumber of them to, once again as specified by an independant observer.

Untill then I will continue with my understanding of this as I hope I have clearly explained above. I hope this has helped some peoples understanding of this.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 04:56 PM
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This thread reminded me of my expernces with similar subjects. There was a period of about 1 month were i felt i was able to make it rain or stop with my own will power, i was able manipulate the meather for my own benifet, being in highschool and not having a car, i couldn't ride my bike in the rain.

These strange forces are real, but quantifiing them will be a task that may be harder then any before.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 05:02 PM
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Yes, I can say this does work!! You can also take like a rope or even a garden hose.. put a chair down, and put the rope or garden hose in front of you while sitting in the chair.. Now make a circle with the rope that is in front of your chair.. Now stare at the center of circle you just made!!
Suddenly the rope, or hose will totally turn invisible!
I freaked out my friend with this.. Hes only 19 and has no idea about the side of life that shows you things may not be what they seem!!
Its a good low level mage trick
1st level cantrip for you D&D junkies



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 05:33 PM
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Originally posted by princeofpeace
Oh good God!! Is this site solely comprised of 14 year olds?


While many of us are indeed 14 years old, there are also many who are 15, and several of us, including the site owners, are 16 years old. I think in a recent survey, the youngest of us was shown to be a 11 month old fetus accessing the site via wireless in the uterus. He doesn't post much, however.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 06:09 PM
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You can create them; I believe I have mentioned that at least twice in previous posts. It's not difficult, as long as there is enough water vapor in the atmosphere. I have done it, just this morning as a matter of fact. But I don't know how long it would take to create a large enough cloud to bring about measureable rain. If I could do that, I'd take my show on the road and make a fortune in the Sub-Saharan area of Africa. Maybe I am just not strong enough in the force.


Do you mind supplying evidence of your claim, like some photographs before and after? I am a believer in many of the things on this site as I know them to be true. But this one sounds a little hard to swallow. Clouds dissipate all the time on their own. And if you can do this with water vapor in the sky you should be able to do this with water vapor in a tank in a controlled setting. And if you think an outside observer would "block" your concentration or energy, videotape it. Perhaps the atmospheric pressure has an effect on your mind which draws you to observe those particular clouds that you think you are busting? I'm not saying conscious thought and energy of the mind can't do amazing things, but what I am saying is that if your energy is having an effect on water vapor, you can do this to water vapor inside a controlled setting such as a tank. This should be easy to prove and verify if it is the case. Until I see video proof of it, I find it very hard to believe you are generating enough of a positive vibrational energy to dissipate a cloud.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 06:51 PM
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Cool, Im trying this.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 08:27 PM
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Could this have something to do with reality only existing when you are observing it?

How an electron "knows" its being watched is beyond me.

I'm somewhat skeptical..... maybe it will work and I'll have a new trick to show off to friends....

"Pick a cloud, any cloud!"



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 08:48 PM
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I first heard of this long ago, in a book by Richard Bach called, "Illusions, The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah."

Read the book, It's not about making clouds go away with your mind. It's much more important than that.


wupy



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 09:12 PM
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For those of you that like making the cloud disappear, you might like the following book:

"Mind Machines You Can Build" by G. Harry Stine.

Mr. Stine was a scientist. He researched this book by building a bunch of machines that shouldn't work, BUT DID. His only restrictions were that it had to work a certain percentage of the time, and you had to be able to do it merely with written instructions, not have someone "show you" how to do it.

For those of you that think Humans can't affect their world with just their minds, this might change your views. It's a hard to find book, though. It took Amazon MONTHS to send it to me.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 09:45 PM
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I'm all about the power of the mind but do you think it is wise to manipulate weather...even on such a small scale as this? I'm thinking chaos theory: a butterfly flaps its wings here and causes a typhoon in japan. I realize that it's fun to utalize one's psychic powers in this way; however, what you are doing could cause unforseeable consequences.

Wicked



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 10:11 PM
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interesting thread lightseeker. Clouds have always peeked my interest, I have always enjoyed gazing at clouds and watch them march along. I will have to try this cloud dissolving. I will give it a shot tomorrow and post my results.

Has anyone tried this during or before a thunderstorm?
what about a group effort on one cloud or storm?



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 10:22 PM
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Earlier tonight i ran real fast down the street, then i stopped suddenly and closed my eyes and held my breathe for over 2 minutes. I swear i saw the whole universe...stars, galaxies and everything. For a split second, i saw EVERYTHING.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 10:31 PM
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Ok, well I tried this for about an hour on several different types of clouds, and as I previously thought it just isn't possible, not yet anyway with our current vibrational resonance. But I will allow anyone to gladly disprove this by showing me video evidence of them making water vapor dissipate in a controlled setting such as a tank. Surely if you're vibrational resonance is high enough, you aren't merely limited to a cloud thousands of feet above your head, and a certain type of cloud, on a certain type of day whereby the weather permits... you see what I'm getting at.

I am a very spiritual person and meditate often, and am well aware that we can project our spirit to other places. However our manifestation of our spirit (Astral projection, OOBE) to another realm or level is not among our three dimensional world. Half the times you can bust clouds and half the time you can't because they will naturally disappate. So it's a coin flip, and not one based on using your mind or zigzagging your eyes to erase the cloud from existance.


[edit on 7/9/2007 by pjslug]



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 10:33 PM
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I just arrived home and scanned this fast growing thread for the first
time. Why hasn't anyone videotaped their feat of making a cloud
disappear and posted it here as of yet? After all, it's not like watching
and waiting to videotape some rare phenomenon. Clouds are
everywhere on this planet.

So far, all we have are personal testimonies without any visual proof.
When we see one cumulus cloud vanish on VIDEO and those around it
are still present, credibility will be added to the stories.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 11:14 PM
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Earlier today i was watching a black bird outside perched atop a telephone pole. I walked out onto the prch, looked up at the bird and thought "fly" and it took off in less than a second.



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 11:15 PM
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Ok, back in the day the women of the tribe would stand in front of the viliage when a storm approached and it would part the storm, on one sacred bluff the others were warned to not build upon it their towers, the next year worst tornado ever hit.

[edit on 9-7-2007 by Stormdancer777]



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 11:16 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon

Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Zorgon yes, we can still make it rain or silence a storm.


Well can you please stop by Vegas? I can't seem to get that Orgone generator to work... Its been a tad dry here
for many many moons


I'll see what I can do keep this in mind



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 11:16 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon

Orgone cloud-busting is not for dissolving clouds, but to make it rain


It may be a joke to you, but to alternative energy seekers its not very funny what happened to him

[edit on 9-7-2007 by zorgon]


So when/where are Reich's papers to be released this year?



posted on Jul, 9 2007 @ 11:35 PM
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Originally posted by pjslug
Ok, well I tried this for about an hour on several different types of clouds, and as I previously thought it just isn't possible


Sounds like you gave up before you started.

I dislike promoting belief on one hand... but for this mind over matter stuff, you basically have to turn on a switch in your mind and make yourself believe for just a moment. Once the action starts taking place (in this case dissolving or growing clouds), then the belief comes naturally from seeing it in action.

Try thinking quantum mechanics... entanglement. It's a lot easier to do this mind stuff if you can develop your perspective in such a way which makes it possible for these types of things to happen in our reality.





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