1Mar, 2024
Weather Wars

“The Dimming,” which provides conclusive evidence of the existence of global weather intervention operations. Through atmospheric particle testing, conducted by GeoengineeringWatch.org, it has been proven that the lingering jet aircraft trails, commonly known as contrails, are not just condensation as we have been led to believe.

“The Dimming” documentary delves into the responsible parties behind these geoengineering or solar radiation management operations and explores the potential consequences if these activities are allowed to continue unchecked. This comprehensive film is the most complete documentary on climate engineering operations produced by GeoengineeringWatch.org.

We invite you to watch “The Dimming” and share it with others to help raise awareness about the reality of global weather intervention. The battle to wake populations up to what is happening is a critical one, and every effort counts. By sharing credible data from a credible source, you can make your voice heard and contribute to the awareness-raising efforts from the comfort of your own home computer.

Thank you for viewing “The Dimming” and for joining us in this important fight. Together, we can make a difference and ensure that every day counts in our mission to educate and inform the world about the truth of global weather engineering operations.


1Mar, 2024
Loom of the Future

Trevor James Constable, a prominent natural scientist of the 20th century, embarked on a remarkable journey into the unseen forces of nature. Initially an aviation and military historian, Constable’s fascination with the UFO phenomena led him to delve deeper into understanding these mysterious forces.

His book, “The Cosmic Pulse of Life,” documents his decades-long quest and explores the work of renowned researchers such as Rudolf Steiner, Ruth B. Drown, and Wilhelm Reich. Constable’s interest in the UFO phenomena revealed glimpses of an invisible world through his photographs. Intrigued by his findings, he resolved to construct machines that could interact with these ethereal forces.


Drawing inspiration from Reich’s designs, Constable developed orgone accumulators and cloudbusters, which harnessed and manipulated these energies. “The Loom of the Future,” published in 1994, is the culmination of Constable’s 20 years of research into etheric weather engineering. The book provides detailed insights into his work, supported by numerous photographs and charts. It also includes a lengthy interview conducted by Thomas J. Brown, the Director of the Borderland Sciences Research Foundation.

Constable’s research led to significant progress by the mid-1990s. He successfully developed resonant, self-powered devices that were relatively simple to construct yet remarkably effective. Light aircraft proved to be the most cost-effective means of deploying these devices for weather engineering purposes. However, the practice of weather engineering faces challenges in certain countries due to the influence of special interests.

Despite these challenges, Constable’s discovery of resonant etheric devices holds profound implications for future technology across various fields. The potential applications extend beyond weather engineering and could revolutionize industries such as agriculture and energy production. Controlled manipulation of weather patterns could optimize crop growth and mitigate the impact of natural disasters in agriculture. In energy production, the utilization of etheric forces might offer new possibilities for sustainable and clean energy sources.

Constable’s work also raises philosophical questions about the nature of reality. By exploring the unseen forces that influence our world, he challenges conventional scientific paradigms and encourages a broader understanding of the interconnectedness of all things.