Dominic Feain.Au98 | 22nd April 2010 article from The Northern Star newspaper, Lismore, NSW, Australia.
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CALL him a crackpot, confidence man or meteorological magician – either way, Casino ‘rainmaker’ Peter Stevens has done it again.
After two months downtime, and a drier than average Easter on the Far North Coast, Mr Stevens called The Northern Star last Friday to warn us he was turning his rain machine back on – and we’ve barely seen the sun since.
“We turned it off on February 16 and it usually continues to effect the weather for about 28 days (one lunar cycle),” he said.
“We’ve had no significant rain since mid-March, so we seriously suspect we could be the cause of that.”
Mr Stevens re-activated his machine at 8.35am on Saturday with the intention of interrupting the static charge in the Northern Hemisphere to help settle the volcanic ash in Europe.
“This was a bit of an experiment to see what would happen,” he said.
With seven per cent of the State still in drought, Mr Stevens has offered his guaranteed service to affected farmers in the New England and Riverina regions.
He said that while he could point the machine to any spot on the globe from Casino, it still affected the local weather too much.
“For a fee we can go out and set up in the affected area,” he said, adding he only charged if it rained.
The Bureau of Meteorology, which has declined to comment on Mr Stevens claims, reported good falls across the region since Saturday, with up to 50mm in some areas. Showers are expected to clear on Saturday, ahead of a fine weekend.
Mel Mcmillan | 5th March 2010 article from the Lismore, NSW, Australia local newspaper, The Northern Star.
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IF you have had enough of the rain then you had better have a word with Peter Stevens, of Casino.
Mr Stevens claims his rain machine, invented by Jack Toyer in the 1970s, is responsible for the current downpour.
“The effect will last until March 16,” Mr Stevens said.
The machine, which Mr Stevens claims works by charging light rays, was switched on in Tamworth on January 16 for three days. It was then taken to Inverell, Coonamble, Manilla and Armidale, and was switched off on February 16. The result was, according to Mr Stevens, the current rain being experienced across Northern NSW.
The machine can create lows and highs, in other words it can make rain and it can stop it, MrStevens said.
The machine was rebuilt by Mr Stevens in 2006, during the drought, from Mr Toyer’s plans.
It has since been used in locations around the world including Death Valley, Nevada, where it is claimed to have produced about 2cm of rain, and Baghdad, Iraq, where Mr Stevens said the machine made it snow for the first time in 100 years, on January 11, 2008.
Mr Stevens said the machine was 100 per cent effective and farmers who used it only had to pay his fee if it rained.
Condobolin farmer Iain Tyack reckons his neighbours would think he had ‘lost the plot’ if they knew he had used the machine twice on his 3000ha wheat farm. Both times it resulted in rain.
“I keep it pretty quiet,” he said.
Mr Tyack said the first time Mr Stevens switched on the machine at his property, in September last year, it made his hair stand on end.
“It was scary. He was making clouds appear right in front of me,” Mr Tyack said.
“Then he would turn the machine in reverse and make them disappear.”
And while it did rain, it was not enough to save his crop.
The rain machine was used again on his property in January this year. It’s still raining.
“We have had 16 inches,” Mr Tyack said.
Mr Toyer used the principles of Dr Walter Russell, who devised a theory of psychics and cosmology revealed in his book The Secret of Light.
Mr Stevens said he would never say he had made it rain, for fear of being sued for adverse rain-associated events, instead he said he was a weather predictor.
The Bureau of Meteorology declined to comment on Mr Stevens’ claims.
Peter Stevens demonstrates the effects on water flowing through a specific series of magnetic fields.
If you look at what is happening here you can see that water coming out of the cell immediately wants to go into droplets. In essence, water is becoming more water as water wants to become a sphere.
Observations show that stressed water will come out all together and doesn’t do what you are seeing here. Here is a short demonstration of what normally happens. This is the same town water that was used in the first video:
Peter Stevens demonstrates some of the field effects generated by working with magnets and a wire curved into an infinity loop configuration.
Validation for Walter Russell’s theory on magnetics as shown in his book “The Universal One”.
This video is from Peter Stevens who has been working with electrolytic capacitors (including what are commonly called “Joe Cells” or “Joes Cells”), magnetics and other technologies over the past 20 or so years.
Further testing is warranted as this demonstrates some anomalous magnetic affects when working with magnetic fields through a wire curved into an infinity loop.
The audio mp3 file is now live here:
The mp3 direct link is here:
The old website can be found here: