I found an inexpensive timelapse video camera in the Hammacher Schlemmer catalog and immediately sent for one. It’s $160.
The instructions are quite simple, though I screwed it up on my first try, yesterday (go figure). This morning, at dawn, I set it up and turned it on, again. I have it on a short camera tripod near the base of Jumbo Funky, our old large-scale orgonite cloudbuster, which is pointed just above the horizon to the south with a good field of sky in view. The cloudbuster’s target area is indicated and the CB’s pointer end will be in view, I think.
You can set the exposure increment from a minute to a day. This camera was intended to film plants growing but it has a long-range option, which is what you use to watch the sky.
When Kelly was here the other day I told him about it and he’s going to get one, too. When he first set up an orgonite cloudbuster, 6 yrs or so ago, he documented hourly observations of the sky for a month or so (I think) which is kind of like timelapse photography but it’s so much easier and more convenient to compress a day of watching into a few minutes of video, after all, and one won’t miss much, this way. I especially want to see the activity of Sylphs.
The atmosphere all around is is so vital that the field effect of a cloudbuster might not be evident but I’ll sure bring this camera, along with a cloudbuster (we have several sizes) in our travels to document some surgical DOR-busting in the sky the way Dr Reich did.