Weathering the Future – ConspiracyOz

Weather Man who makes it rain in Australia
Oct 7th 2022

Meet the People controlling your weather sitting in their Command and Control Centers in Jordan, Switzerland and Germany.

Geoengineering weather to create floods in eastern Australia









Dr Helmut Fluhrer claims he has produced tons of rain under Government contract for Australia, Switzerland, UAE and Jordan.
His company WeatherTec works for governments only.

Ionization Technology is based on charging aerosols in the atmosphere and WeatherTec Emitter Stations are based on the ground.
WeatherTec’s description is “Charge humidity and clouds with ions;
Reduce required humidity to generate rainfalls”
Its strengths are reputed as “Rainfalls cover large areas (>1000 km2); Most environmentally friendly technology”.
Its key limitation is stated as “Requires areas with > 40% humidity”.

So now we know why it’s been raining since April in Melbourne and MSM tells everyone that it will be a wet Spring and someone cited, a wet Summer!

And you thought it was God doing this…ugh! – Mick Raven



WeatherTec has developed an unique technology to initiate and enhance rainfalls even in semi-arid regions making it the world’s largest additional fresh water reservoir. It is a green leading- edge technology for more natural precipitation, just by mimicking the sun’s ionization process.

Dr. Helmut Fluhrer

Helmut Fluhrer

Founder and CEO

When Helmut saw the first documentation and presentation of the roots of the rainmaking technology in 2004, he realized that this concept would become the most important mission in his life.

Already successful in building big companies from scratch in the media world, creating technology leaders in satellite television and digital editing/ printing companies.

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History of Rain and Weather in Sydney. Australia – Mick Raven

Meteorology at Sydney Observatory – Inside the Collection

Sydney Observatory is home to one of the longest continuous weather records in Australia. Weather data has been recorded at Observatory Hill almost every day since July 1858, and the Observatory has long been a hub for the development of Australia’s meteorological network.

Sydney Observatory has recorded the varied and often wild conditions of Sydney’s weather. The wettest day at the Observatory was during the infamous east-coast low event in 6 August 1986, when over 300 mm fell in just 24 hours.

An expansion of the Fort Street School means that the weather station will soon have to move. In 2017 the Bureau of Meteorology, in conjunction with the Observatory, started a new chapter in the history of weather on Observatory Hill. Equipment has been set up less than 200 m north of the current station, near the Observatory offices. Parallel observations will now be taken to monitor any differences between the two sites, to ensure that the old and new records can be used together, continuing the weather records at this important location.

Comments to this article:

Rick says:

Is there a reason the BOM closed the old station?It has one of the longest streams of consistent data of weather in Australia.It could be because it has some inconvenient contradictory data. This is worth checking for oneself.The new station will faithfully report records every other year because there is no history.It is sad to see history erased in this way…

Sarah Reeves says:

Hi Rick,

Thanks for the question. As mentioned in the post, the old station was closed to make way for expansion of the Fort Street School. The new station (built 200m away, on the Sydney Observatory site) was established in 2017, and the two stations took parallel data until 31 August 2020, when the Observatory station took over as the primary station, and the old one was decommissioned (if you’re looking at the BOM website, the actual changeover took place at 4pm on 31 August). These parallel observations allowed any small differences between the data streams to be monitored, and a small calibration was required prior to the changeover to ensure the continuing of climate data from Observatory Hill.

From a historical context, of course, there have been many changes in procedure and instruments over the years. For example, the Fort Street station went fully automatic in 1990; prior to that, it used self-recording (paper-chart) devices. So nothing new there – and no doubt we will continue to upgrade the instruments and procedures into the future.

Hope that helps!
Sarah Reeves, MAAS

Rick says:

I cannot see how an expansion of a school can be more important than ” the greatest moral challenge of our time”.
Seriously. If anyone cared at all about climate change they wouldn’t consider closing the longest accurately maintained data stream for a building extension.
Unfortunately the “parallel streams to be monitored” will not be examined by the media – instead new “records” will be reported every other year.
The historic changes you mention are nowhere near the impact of the location change. The location change deliberately erases history just like Orwell’s 1984…

So True – Mick Raven

Daily Rainfall – 066214 – Bureau of Meteorology

Sydney (Observatory Hill) Climate Statistics

Sydney Observatory – Wikipedia

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  1. And to think Lismore was touted as the ‘Smart City’ for 2036. (They had to wash out all the Alternative thinkers first maybe?) – Mick Raven

    Lismore Draft Regional City Action Plan Exhibition

    Opportunity exists for Lismore to develop its potential as a future Smart City through the development of innovative, technology-based solutions that improve the city’s livability, productivity and sustainability.


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