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    Seashore

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    Post  Seashore on Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:14 am

    Do you remember the member "asteram" from the first Project Avalon? http://projectavalon.net/forum/showthread.php?t=10011&highlight=hacking+genetic+mind

    I was pleased the other day to discover his website http://soilminerals.com/ and his blog http://thenewagriculture.blogspot.com/. It was that avatar that appears on his blog that made me make the connection. That graphic appears on the thread "Hacking the Genetic Mind."

    On his website he has an article in the form of an interview called "Better than Organic - a Conversation with Agricola". I'm assuming "Agricola" is a literary device - it being the Latin word for "farmer" and the fact that in his FAQ he says that Agricola prefers to remain anonymous. Anyway, this article shows what a superb researcher asteram/Michael Astera is!

    I'm not a gardener myself, but I love reading about what we need to do to grow nutritious food. He's showing that we can't just rely on humus, composting, and manure.


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    Post  Carol on Sun Jul 31, 2011 12:45 pm

    This is excellent Seashore. Thank you so much for providing the links! cheers


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    Post  Seashore on Sun Jul 31, 2011 1:14 pm

    You're welcome, Carol! sunny

    I look forward to feedback from people who do gardening.

    And I hope more and more people read his research.

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    Post  Seashore on Sun Jul 31, 2011 7:19 pm

    Michael has another cool website: http://nutrientdenseproject.com/ Thubs Up Lots of links to other resources.

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    Post  Seashore on Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:27 pm

    Seashore wrote: http://nutrientdenseproject.com/

    The photo of Michael at the above website with the caption about Michael checking Brix levels with a refractometer intrigued me because I’ve never heard of Brix levels before. So I googled it. One of the results said that it was a term popularized by “Carey Reams,” which populated this link when I clicked on it: http://www.highbrixgardens.com/about/carey-reams.html

    Wow! I like what this page says about him:

    . . .Trained in mathematics, biophysics, and biochemistry he made many discoveries in the fields of human health, plant growth, energetics, animal health, and soil restoration. These findings were later codified in an overall view of life and energy known as Reams Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI). Reams summarized his beliefs by saying:

    “God is the basis of life, life is the basis of energy, energy is the basis of matter.”

    . . . Reams taught that the functional foundation of nature is electromagnetic and that the chemistry of nature is secondary. Reams applied this concept to plant growth. He maintained that plants grow through the process of ionization-similar to an electroplating machine. Likewise soil fertilization is done from an electromagnetic perspective as well. This is done by balancing the positive and negative charges. Fertilizers are viewed as energy packages used to build and balance the electromagnetic field of the soil. The minerals in the fertilizers carry specific energy forms. These energy packages (fertilizers) react with opposing charges in the soil during the process of synchronization. This synchronization of opposite charges provides a release of energy, which drives plant growth. . . .

    I like the focus on electromagnetism as opposed to chemistry. Thubs Up




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    Re: Soil Minerals

    Post  Arrowwind on Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:10 am

    If you are interested in minerals and the energy they can contain and in using them to increse the potential for your garden you will want to find out about paramagnetic rock dust minerals..

    These minerals found near Yellowstone are highly magnetic. They will spur on and increase plant growth and brix. I purchased ten pounds and we tested them with very sick house plants and it was amazing the recovery they did in one to two weeks.

    Here is the website and you can order. I purchased 10 pounds for $10 and that more than I needed for my garden.

    There are also some interesting studies mentioned on this page. the minerals don't even have to be touching the plant roots to stimulate them to grow.

    there are a number of products out there with paramagnetics for the soil but this particular one has the highest magnetism known in soil.I have this and another trace mineral product but this one is stronger. Paramagnetics Rock Dust does not necessarily all the trace minerals you may want but its magnetistis is the strongest.

    http://www.paramagneticrock.com/
    And here is a PDF file of interest from the above site:
    http://www.paramountgrowth.com/images/rockdust_sdiver01.pdf

    Another interesting thing that I found for the use of gardens if Photonic Water. They have a number of youtube videos. This is a device that structures water so that it is pure and energized. The testimonials are quite amazing and didn't I post a thread on this here already? Anyway this will significantly increase brix also. It has also been curing some difficult diseases. If you have bad water from what ever reason it will make it right, including bizarre mineral contents, MRSA, deposits in irrigation lines etc, Although I dont have a device yet I plan to install one in the house we are currently building, which will serve the house and the gardens as well.

    There are other water devices that energize water that have been in use for some time in Australia and Russia and now California. They structure the water also but do it with magnets. Documented increase in crop yelds have justified its rather expensive cost. The above photonic water device uses no magnets, but is a permanent device with no moving parts. It will never wear out. On the magnetic ones the magnets wear out after 10 to 15 years.

    Life is so much more that we have been taught to believe!

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