I need help and advice. I am more than 50% certain that I can affect the intensity and direction of hurricanes. I believe I have done so, multiple times over a period of three years. And possibly saved thousands of lives.
This is the problem: I do acknowledge that there can be extremely dangerous consequences to “messing with Mother Nature”, and I’m worried that I’ll make a disastrous mistake somewhere along the line. I do have a college degree (computer related), but I’m not a meteorologist. My family knows what I can do–since I’ve documented it, told them what I was going to try to do in advance, then shown them the results–and they’ve convinced me I shouldn’t continue doing this without expert guidance. (Or, possibly, supervision;-)
This is the evolution of this possible skill:
1973 … chronic/continuous headache starts, zero answers from doctors except to get me addicted to tranquilizers and send me to a psychiatrist–who sent me away after a few sessions telling me my headache wasn’t psychosomatic and I didn’t need him.
I flushed the tranqs and took biofeedback lessions from a psychologist.
I learned self-hypnosis, which I’ve been practicing off and on for 35 years now.
I undertook intensive and continuing research into self-healing methods.
All of which demonstrated to me that the mind can, indeed, influence matter.
Then Hurricane Katrina happened and I was as horrified and appalled as everyone.
After which, by chance I came across an article on someone who claimed they could “bust”/disperse clouds. Curious, I tried it, and, to my complete astonishment, succeeded. I can disperse any small cloud I can keep in line-of-sight 100% percent of the time, usually in less than two minutes. It expanded my understanding of possiblities.
Then hurricane season started again and it occurred to me that if I can affect clouds, why not hurricanes? It’s just a matter of scale, no? And I had nothing to lose if I failed but a little dignity. If I could save lives, shouldn’t I? Of course, hurricanes would not be in my line-of-sight, so just staring at them with intention would not be sufficient. I needed other tools.
I turned to NOAA and Wunderground. My first few efforts at affecting hurricanes were of limited success, they had less intensity than predicted and/or moved off track only slightly. I worked on different mental methods. I improved with each hurricane. I turned one typhoon away from an already flood-ravaged Philippines, and, ironically, it curved north, then back to the east, and ended up dumping some much-needed rain on my region of California. My last effort, Hurricane Tomas, 2010, was predicted to hit quake-ravaged Haiti head on as a Cat 3. Panic. Evacuations. Instead, Tomas passed through the strait between Cuba and Haiti as a Cat 1/tropical storm and caused only 26 deaths. (The previous hurricane remnant to hit Haiti as a tropical storm caused over 3,000 deaths.) As NOAA explained Tomas afterward, there was unexpectedly stong wind shear. They always have great technical explanations after the fact. I enjoy reading them. I must be driving them nuts, though, and I am sorry about that. I expect I don’t fit into their worldview. Still, they posted that the 2010 hurricane caused far less loss of life and damage than it should have, given the number and intitial intensity of the hurricanes.
While that makes me very happy (whether I did it or not), it also worries me. Should I be doing this? If it is my doing, I may be causing down-the-road consequences that I don’t have the knowledge to forsee. Complex systems are just that–complex.
Which is why I’m soliciting advice. I’m at my wit’s end. Do any of you know anyone (preferably expert) I can talk to/work with/contact about this who won’t just write me off as a delusional nutcase–I may be, but I may not be, too. A researcher would be alright, if they’re willing to strictly preserve my anonymity. I do NOT want money or any attention whatsoever. What I really need to know is: what is relatively safe to do to save lives without causing unnecessary harm?