Does it really produce rain?

rainstick

Well, as we have said, it all depends on your faith in the process. If you believe that turning your rainstick upside down a few more times can produce rain, it will produce rain. If you don’t believe, it won’t. Then it’s simply a piece of decration and/or an alternative musical instrument. We strongly believe that our rainsticks can make the skies cry and we have witnessed many cases that prove it. The effect is even stronger when there is a group of people, who share the belief in the “magical powers” of the rainstick. It is strongest, when kids are playing with it.

You see, it is not money that makes the world go round, it is faith, persuation and belief. Whatever you believe in, goes. Rainsticks are only tools for externalising your persuation that you can change the weather at whim. And they work perfectly, as such.

Once, we were invited to a wedding. We took some rainsticks with us, for presents. Kids were playing with them before the party. It was intended to be a three-day open air party. Luckily, the hosts had provided shelters, in case of rain. After we saw that kids were playing more and more intensively with the rainsticks, we warned their parents. Some of the grown-ups were very skeptic about it, especially the groom, who is a very sweet man and a dear friend of ours, but also a firm atheist, a materialist and a tough “new age disbeliever”. Well, it did rain. It poured with rain for three days! We celebrated under the shelters. Even the groom said “Wow! This thing must be working for rea!”. It’s all about aritmetics, actually. We think there were more “believers” than “disbelievers” at the party. And there were the kids. Kids have the strongest faith in the world. They also had the instruments for externalising it…

Another friend of ours got this as a present. He happens to be a believer in crazy ideas like people being able to change the weather with a rainstick in their hands. It started raining in the moment he started palying with it! We were sunbathing in the park and, suddenly, we had to seek shelter. The next day he took it with him on a railroad journey across the country. He was showing it to the people in his compartment and he was explaining what it does. He said it was raining outside during the whole trip…

So, we leave it up to you, fellas. The morale of this “story” is that whatever you believe in, goes. Especially, if you have a tool for externalising your beliefs. It only makes them stronger.

Here is a short video presentation of one of our rainsticks:

Don’t forget that we will be presenting our handmade art, rainsticks included, at this year’s Spirit of Burgas (27-28 July). Special thanx to “NA TAMNO” for the opportunity! 

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