The cylindrical version is stood up vertically. So, it has to be oriented in space relative to another reference, in this case: the horizontal plane of the Earth's surface.

The toroidal version is self-referencing in space. It's orientation with respect to Earth's horizontal is irrelevant. But its orientation to itself is not irrelevant. Two toroids are sandwiched together.

The wiring in each version is also unique. The cylindrical version runs straight through from the Earthing appliance (which makes direct contact with some part/s of our body to an Earth grounding rod outside our building. There is no circular, closed loop inserted inline such as there is with the toroidal version. This makes the cylindrical version simpler in its wiring configuration and much more powerful in its result. So, I'll begin with a description of the cylindrical version, first.

The cylindrical version can be a galvanized iron pipe (check to see that it can attract a magnet) wound with heavy gauge, insulated copper wire (not enameled copper wire used for winding electromagnets; although, try this option and see what kind of results you get). The wire is wound in a zig-zag fashion, first one way and then the other. A U-turn is in the middle of the pipe to facilitate the division between these two windings. So, one half of the pipe is wound clockwise (CW) while the other half is wound counter-clockwise (CCW). A quartz crystal, or other precious or semi-precious stone, is wrapped in bare copper wire and cushioned with bubble wrap and inserted into the interior of the pipe with the two ends of the bare copper wire extending out from either end of the pipe. The heavy gauge, copper wire wound around the outside is parallel connected to the quartz's bare wire coming out from the pipe. One end of this union leads to the Earthing appliance (such as: a bedsheet) and the other end leads to a grounding rod outside. The pipe is secured in an upright position (taped against the wall for example). My guess is that the inertial frame of reference of the Earth, plus its centrifugal force traveling outwards (upwards) away from its center of rotation, may play a combined role in determining which end of this pipe shall point up and which end should we connect our Earthing appliance for best results. So, I'll venture to guess that we connect our Earthing appliance to the bottom end of this vertically oriented pipe in all cases, and that the CW end points up if you are located north of the equator, or else the CCW end points up if you're south of the equator. At the equator, well....flip a coin!

My knowledge of vertical orientation comes about from studying cloudbusting of Trevor Constable. In his book, called: "Loom of the Future", he describes an experiment involving UC Irvine students as his audience in which he points his cloudbuster straight up and whose influence comes right back down. When I had been experimenting with a similar device hooked up to a biocircuit as my choice of interface, I found that I got no appreciable result until I pointed the open end upward and the closed end downward. Once, I even managed to bore a hole in a chemtrail cloud that had formed over the whole of the San Fernando Valley in southern California using this setup. Initially, this hole consumed 40% of the sky directly overhead with a small two-armed spiral wisp in its center.

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The clockwise direction of these two spiral arms (as viewed from below their formation) vindicates that this rainmaking tube was producing a Coriolis effect, because when viewed from above the effect, the arms would be spiraling counter-clockwise which is correct for this north hemisphere location at Woodland Hills, California where these photographs were taken outside my "Best Western" hotel room immediately following a 45 minute session in the biocircuit hooked up to the rainmaking tube.

Clearing up some Discrepancies regarding the Coriolis Effect...

I must make an apology for these YouTube examples for they do not explain the Coriolis effect without creating some confusion.

This first example does justice if the Coriolis effect were defined as a high pressure zone at the point where the cannon spits out its ball. This is equivalent to a spinning weather pattern in the northern hemisphere if the air pressure (and temperature) at its center of rotation is higher than its periphery causing it to spin in a clockwise direction, or to the right along the top of its circular pathway around its center focus when viewed from above. But, most hurricanes in the northern hemisphere spin to the right along the bottom of their circular pathway around their center of rotation when viewed from above. Why is this? This is because hurricanes always exhibit low pressure in their central "eye".

Visualize a spinning vortex as a column of air, not as a flat plane. This column of air is a screw with a clockwise spiral along its periphery when viewed from above in the northern hemisphere. But, regarless of its clockwise screw pathway of air swirling around it, its direction of spin is further complicated by its temperature / pressure at its center of rotation which will either rise if it's warm, or sink to the ground if it's colder than the surrounding air outside its periphery. This temperature difference is what determines whether its hot air will push air out from itself as it rises, or pull cold air into its center as it falls to the ground. Thus, a rising column of hot air in the northern hemisphere will have a tendency to want to spin clockwise and spill its content of air mass outwardly, or else spin counter-clockwise and suck cold air into its center of rotation as it falls to the ground in a distinct column at its center. The reverse is true south of the equator. In the southern hemisphere, a rising column of hot air will have a tendency to want to spin counter-clockwise and spill its content of air mass outwardly, or else spin clockwise and suck cold air into its center of rotation as it falls to the ground in a distinct column at its center. Now, with that said, enjoy this second YouTube video...

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