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Slide 1

Resonance in biological entities is a project I like to initiate where we use all tools available to perform wonders in our garden or farm without the need of artificial fertilizer or pesticides.

Slide 2

The agenda for today is

  1. Genesis and primordial soup experiment
  2. Historical and current development overview and patents for Electroculture and radionics
  3. An overview of production and consumption of fertiliser by regions
  4. What is the mission
  5. How do we apply it into the future?
  6. What to do next in our project

Slide 3

When we look what influence magnetism and electrical fields has on biological entities we need to go back in time and learn about a thesis how live came to be. We touch about Genesis and the Primordial soup experiment. This is based on having only the elements and basic inorganic material available for live to emerge.

The notion that living beings originated from inanimate materials comes from the Ancient Greeks— the theory known as spontaneous generationAristotle in the 4th century BCE gave a proper explanation: So, with animals, some spring from parent animals according to their kind, whilst others grow

spontaneously and not from kindred stock; and of these instances of spontaneous generation some come from putrefying earth or vegetable matter, as is the case with a number of insects, while others are spontaneously generated in the inside of animals out of the secretions of their several organs [3]

— Aristotle, On the History of Animals, Book V, Part 1

 Slide 4

Alexander Oparin’s Hypothesis: The Primordial Soup Model was developed 1920. It is based on the condition of the early earth where mainly gases existed. These gases were transformed through the elements which spontaneously created organic molecules.

Slide 5

The Miller – Urey experiment was a chemical experiment that simulated the conditions thought at the time (1952) to be present on the early Earth and tested the chemical origin of life under those conditions. The experiment at the time supported Alexander Oparin‘s and J. B. S. Haldane‘s hypothesis that putative conditions on the primitive Earth favoured chemical reactions that synthesized more complex organic compounds from simpler inorganic precursors. Considered to be the classic experiment investigating abiogenesis, it was conducted in 1952[3] by Stanley Miller, with assistance from Harold Urey, at the University of Chicago and later the University of California, San Diego and published the following year.

Slide 6

The experiment used water (H2O), methane (CH4), ammonia (NH3), and hydrogen (H2). The chemicals were all sealed inside a sterile 5-liter glass flask connected to a 500 ml flask half-full of water. The water in the smaller flask was heated to induce evaporation, and the water vapour was allowed to enter the larger flask. Continuous electrical sparks were fired between the electrodes to simulate lightning in the water vapour and gaseous mixture, and then the simulated atmosphere was cooled again so that the water condensed and trickled into a U-shaped trap at the bottom of the apparatus.

After a day, the solution collected at the trap had turned pink in colour.[9] At the end of one week of continuous operation, the boiling flask was removed, and mercuric chloride was added to prevent microbial contamination. The reaction was stopped by adding barium hydroxide and sulfuric acid, and evaporated to remove impurities. Using paper chromatography, Miller identified five amino acids present in the solution: glycineα-alanine and β-alanine were positively identified, while aspartic acid and α-aminobutyric acid (AABA) were less certain, due to the spots being faint.

Slide 7

On the next couple of slides, we focus on the patents from Electro culture and Radionics.

They are a small selection of  a fast amount of available applications. The one I selected will surf us in our experimentations with ideas of myself.

Slide 8

Electroculture is a group of techniques that uses electricity and magnetism to assist plant growth. Plants are sensitive to electricity and magnetism. Improved plant growth, quality and increased yields, are some of the noticeable effects. The technology can also be used to protect plants from pests and diseases.

Slide 9

My first example is the currently largely implemented project in China supported by the government. Public interest in electro culture revived with the rise of organic farming and the Chinese government started funding experiments in the technique since 1990.

He Feng, senior technician of Yufa Jingnan Vegetable Production and Sales, one of Beijing’s largest vegetable producers, said the company had taken part in the programme since 2014 and the results were “very satisfactory”.

In just two years the electrified vegetables had brought in extra revenue of nearly 1.2 million yuan (US$175,000).

Slide 10

My second example was developed in the US 1981 by Andrew Zaderei and Claude E. Corson.

They called it Electrogenic Crop Stimulation system. ECSS for short.

The listed the following results.

Based on 5 years of intensive research and experimental plantings in all areas of the country, the ECSS (Electronic Crop Stimulation System) accomplished the following:

1. An increase in the vigour and germination rates of seeds.

2. Acceleration of the germination and growth rates.

3. Vastly increased root structures

4. Increased resistance to adverse weather conditions such as drought, high winds and low   temperatures.

5. Increased resistance to parasites and pests.

6. Reduced water requirements with irrigated crops.

7. Improved quality of edible yield.

8. Vastly growth increased per acre.

Slide 11

In my third example I like to list the development of Daniel M. Ebner. The subject is the ecological alternative to the controversial genetically engineered seeds of the international agro-multinationals.

It is interesting that this experiment was funded by the pharmaceutical company at this time called Ciba -Geigy. In 1996, Ciba-Geigy merged with Sandoz; the pharmaceutical and agrochemical divisions of both companies formed Novartis as an independent entity. Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz businesses were sold, or, like Ciba Specialty Chemicals, spun off as independent companies. The Sandoz brand disappeared for three years, but was revived in 2003 when Novartis consolidated its generic drugs businesses into a single subsidiary and named it Sandoz. Novartis divested its agrochemical and genetically modified crops business in 2000 with the spinout of Syngenta in partnership with AstraZeneca, which also divested its agrochemical business.

The Technic used was high voltage direct current under which seeds as well as fish eggs were treated. The result was that these treated seeds and fish eggs did from a type which was long extinct.

The corn “remembers” how it was. No genetic engineering, no use of chemicals.

Supposed benefits:

– Higher germination
– Increased resistance to pests and harsh climatic conditions
– No agrotoxics

Slide 12

The next invention is about destroying harmful insects to plant life.

Patent papers recently granted to Isadore [ Isidor ] Kitsee, a Philadelphia inventor, covering a process for the destruction of insect and germ life harmful to plants and trees, the electrical method taking place, to a great extent, of the usual sprays and other applications. The process consists of making an application of a solution such as saline water where the ground is to be treated, and then causing a current of electricity to be passed through the soil, whereupon the gas generated will rid the soil of germs, larvae, and insects without the least injury to the vegetation. Where a larger area is to be treated, it has been found desirable to dig shallow trenches at opposite ends of the area to be treated, and the electric terminals are placed in these. An application of somewhat more powerful current will rid the entire area of pests. When the plant itself is to be treated, the solution carrying the element is made the electrolyte in an apparatus, and the plant sprayed with a solution after decomposition has taken place through the action of the electric current.

Slide 13

Shows a device for Electroculture with minimum of two metal grade by Jean-Marie Hangartner

Abstract — Device for Electroculture with minimum two metal grates or plates (2, 3) arranged in parallel in the cultivated soil (4), in a north-south direction, and with a voltage source (6) with an antenna (7) and that supplies the metal grates (2, 3) with an electric current of natural origin, device for Electroculture characterized in that the aforesaid voltage source (6) consists, on one hand, of the antenna (7) for collecting atmospheric electricity and, on the other hand, of one or several photocells (8).

The metallic grids 2 and 3, preferably out of galvanised iron, are intended in a known way, to be spans with a relative electrical potential in order to make circulate between they an electrical current limited by the earth strength of plat band 4. Of course, the metallic grids 2 and 3 can be replaced by full metal patches ensuring the same function.

It is substantial to note that the metallic grids 2 and 3, hidden in the ground, are directed according to a North-South direction, in order to make profit the electrical charges in movement between the two grids, of the influence of the terrestrial magnetic field.

Slide 14

We move over now to Radionics.

Electromagnetic therapy (EMT) — also called the Abrams Method and (from the 1940s) radionics

The concept behind EMT (radionics) originated with two books published by American physician Albert Abrams in 1909 and 1910.

Practitioners are Royal Raymond Rife and Wilhelm Reich. We include also Biogeometry of Dr. Ibrahim Karim.

Slide 15

The first example of radionics is an apparatus for amplifying emissions due to shapes.

The present invention refers to an equipment making it possible to amplify the emissions due to the forms, in particular with the single geometric forms presenting a minimum of symmetry.

It is known that certain geometric forms, for example pyramids, are, when they present appropriate proportions, the seat of emissions which one could not determine to present the exact nature. One noted that such emissions had effects, in particular on the living organisms.

The present invention has as an object an apparatus making it possible to amplify, according to a said principle of “localization”, the emissions due to forms to obtain industrially exploitable effects.

Slide 16

Our second example is talking about Alexandr Golod in Russia who invested a fortune in building and testing the effects of the pyramids.

Subject is an apparatus for exposing biological object to energy-informational flux.

Measured effects are:

  1. A radar shows a huge ionic column reaching a few kilometres into the sky above the 44-meter Golden Section Pyramid.
  2. Even at –40° C regular water does not freeze inside the Pyramid.
  3. Pyramid has powerful protective characteristics against lightning bolt hits
  4. Golden Section Pyramid harmonises space within its radius of influence
  5. Many substances and materials change their physical and chemical properties.
  6. Qualitative structure of oil changes.
  7. Burning of any substance inside the Pyramid of The Golden Section produces pleasant aromas
  8. Increase in crop productivity
  9. Medical research and experiments. Anti-Stress. Slow aging process by enhancing immune system. Increase vitality of cellular tissue.

Slide 17

Dr. Abrahim Karim was rewarded a patent for his trademark Biogeometry in 2010 and it is about Biogeometry shapes & methodology for biological energy balancing.

The methodology introduced by the inventor is the discovery of the qualitative energy components of earth energy power-spots {specifically those components are qualitative higher harmonics of the frequencies of gold and ultra-violet, and a carrier wave in the negative green of the energy spectrum} and development of geometric shapes and techniques to reproduce and amplify that energy balancing quality. This methodology has been termed/copyrighted “BioGeometry” by the inventor. The geometric shapes and techniques work either directly through proximity to the biological system or from within its surrounding environment, or by superimposing on a radiating energy source that reaches the biological system. The two techniques are: Using two of the shape as geometric polariser and orienting them in relation to a central axis to produce the energy balancing quality as in and termed “BioGeometry Dial”, Using shape  as an individual geometric polariser and aligning samples of materials from the biological system itself or its environment to produce the energy balancing effect and termed “Energy Balancing Wheel” when in two-dimensional form and “Energy Balancing Sphere” when in three-dimensional form.

Slide 18

For most of you Wilhelm Reich is known as the one inventing the term “Orgone Energy”

In the pictures you see some of his inventions, the cloud buster. The construction is a fusion of dielectric isolators with inductors and are concentrating orgone energy like a light beam to a target. In this example the sky to remove clouds.

Reich worked with Sigmund Freud in the 1920s and was a respected analyst for much of his life, focusing on character structure rather than on individual neurotic symptoms.

He tried to reconcile Marxism and psychoanalysis, arguing that neurosis is rooted in the physical, sexual, economic, and social conditions of the patient, and promoted adolescent sexuality, open relationships outside marriage, the availability of contraceptives, abortion, and divorce, and the importance for women of economic independence.

Slide 19

In the last example I want to showcase Royal Raymond Rife. It is very important as it is a direct candidate for the promotion of resonance in biological entities.

He was, before Wilhelm Reich, investigated electromagnetic radiation and the impact on living organisms. While Wilhelm Reich’s Orgone Accumulator seems not to have an artificial oscillator it is however located in the sea of energy of radiation and therefore focuses it.

He is best known for a claimed ‘beam ray’ invention during the 1930s, which he thought could treat some diseases through vibration.

Rife also reported that a ‘beam ray’ device of his invention could destroy the pathogens.

Rife claimed to have documented a “Mortal Oscillatory Rate” for various pathogenic organisms, and to be able to destroy the organisms by vibrating them at this particular rate. According to the San Diego Evening Tribune in 1938, Rife stopped short of claiming that he could cure cancer but did argue that he could “devitalize disease organisms” in living tissue, “with certain exceptions”. Another company is proclaiming these claims, the do the same by testing every frequency by time and the measure the impact on bacteria or virus. This however without to mention that Royal Raymond Rife was already stating and doing that 100 years ago.

Slide 20

Coming to an obvious example which is the dependence on fertiliser. I will show a couple of slides to give you an idea of how much money is made with artificial fertilisers. You can compare that with the oil Industry and the need for fuel, energy.

Slide 21

The chart demonstrates the world population with and without synthetic nitrogen fertilisers.

It shows clearly that we are depending on the artificial fertiliser to provide the food we need. Half the population of the planet would today starve without it and no alternative.

Slide 22

This slide gives you the fertiliser production in use today. 70% of this production goes to Asia and is produced in Europe and USA.

Slide 23

The Mission is actually very clear without thinking too hard. In a nutshell I like us to produce fruit and vegetable without the help of artificial fertilizer and pesticides and harvest even more per acre compared to traditional methods.

To list:

  • Increase the resistance of seeds against natural challenges
  • Harvest crop of superior nutritional value
  • Multiply the volume of crop grown per acre
  • Introduce seeds with historical memory, ancient genes reactivated

Slide 24

The Future is to combine all the previous mentioned technologies on which I did work on in public 4 years ago. Apply electrical fields and objects to resonate seeds, soil, water and crop. Tune electrical fields to fight disease and parasites

Slide 25

Now what are the next steps.

  1. Join the training session to learn how to build and test the technology we use.
  2. After completion of the training sessions get invited to the workshop to implement the technology for our agricultural project.
  3. Record and take notes of every step of the project.
  4. Reconvene in intervals to the workshop to share test results and adjust treatment to further enhance the product.

Spread the word to create a movement for the good of humanity.

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