Recently I learned I have Atomokinesis. Recently I've been practicing Atomokinesis. This is what I've done so far:
1. Move Over, Cloud.
I have been moving clouds around from the very start. It's pretty simple until you get massive overhead clouds which are hard to break up. I normally will take a cloud or two and blot out the sun during soccer games. I've moved clouds over, and even split a huge overhead sky cloud that blotted out the whole sky right down the middle. It looked pretty cool, really. Like when you take the stitches out of something.
2. Don't rain on my parade!
I started to do this probably a month ago. I was at a lake and I really did not want it to rain, so I looked at the sky and tried my best to halt the energy up there. It didn't rain that day. I've also halted the rain during gym some days, and I've made it rain on others. I can now effectively control when it does and doesn't rain.
3. Happy! Sad.
The weather has been effecting my mood almost every day. It has been cloudy when I'm not in the best of moods, foggy when I'm very calm, sunny when I'm happy, and stormy when I'm confused. I normally look at the weather and go "Oh, that IS what I'm feeling!" and then just keep going. I have also masked my feelings and in doing so masked the weather. It's very interesting. I can never hide my feelings from myself (not that I ever have) because when I walk outside I'm greeted with my mood.
4. Future Patterns and Predictions
When I look at the sky I see these clearish things. It's either a perfectly round dot or a horizontal line (the line isn't straight, it's mostly jagged. It really depends on where that cloud plans on going). Occasionally I'll see a vertical line (also jagged, but more jagged and less complex if that makes any sense). At first I noticed these but didn't think too much of them. I kept an eye on them, and figured out that I only ever see them in the sky (or very rarely in random naturalistic objects). It took me another week to realize that the dots were in fact future predictions of rain, the horizontal lines were where the clouds were going, and the vertical lines meant a storm was coming on. The more dots, the more rain. The more horizontal lines, the more movement. The more vertical, the bigger the thunderstorm. It's interesting to watch, and they come on within the first 30 seconds of looking at the sky.
Thanks for reading, and any thoughts?