Subtle Energies and other
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Paramagnetism - suggested contact: Phyllis Murray in Paw Paw, Michigan (269) 674-3078
concentrate of special elements abundant in sea water
Barry Carter on Ormus & Paramagnetism:
I would like to introduce myself and introduce some new information on soil and biological systems. I work as a forest activist. I have always been concerned about the damage that logging does to soils. Some of my writing on this subject can be found on our web page at:http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/
Many of the problems with forest soils are also problems with agricultural soils.
I have also been an organic gardener for about half of my 50 years and I understand the necessity of providing trace elements and other nutrients which are not provided by chemical fertilizers.
In 1995 I learned about some materials which are difficult to identify using conventional methods but which appear to be essential to many biological systems. We call these materials ORMUS or m-state elements at the suggestion of a couple of their modern discoverers. One of these modern discoverers, a gentleman named David Hudson, has patented some of the ORMUS elements and one process for obtaining them. Transcripts of several of Hudson's lectures on this subject are available on the web at:
Full article at http://www.subtleenergies.com/ormus/tw/paramag.htm
Here are some other links I found I found:
(3) Orchestrated Objective Reduction of Quantum Coherence in Brain
Microtubules: The "Orch OR" Model for Consciousness -
(8) ORMUS Production Methods -
A Permaculture discussion of ormus & water http://forums.permaculture.org.au/ftopic4969-0-asc-0.php&sid=9d3ce7a013c8609f9e1899f38c3362f9
Terra preta is the name given to ancient black fertile soils recently discovered in the Amazon basin. Essentially it comes from low temp-made charcoal mixed with the poor soil. These soils show all the signs of being human-made and are in areas that at one time supported extremely large populations on very poor jungle soils. The discovery of these population centers has been very recent - in the last 4 years or so, and is being studied at Cornell University. Adding charcoal to soils has been common knowledge in Japan and China. Research is ongoing there also.
The terra preta soils are along the Amazon basin in Brazil. They appear to set up conditions that protect and feed tremendous populations of micro-organisms. This allows very lush plant life to develop.
Terra preta is one aspect of a project at the University of Georgia called EPRIDA which deals with air quality. There is more at http://www.eprida.com/ )
One aspect of the EPRIDA project is looking at plant growth with various soil amendments of charcoal. The results look very promising.
Here are more links to terra preta:
Saving The Planet While Saving The Farm
Research confirms Biochar in soils boosts crop yields
http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/1669/ - see directions for making biochar from natural charcoal available at Lowe's or Ace Hardware.
Producing charcoal from biomass
The Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture (in Oklahoma) www.KerrCenter.com search 'biochar'
Comment by one of our BrixTalk experts, Jon Frank:
Here is the link for more info on Nutricarb (now only available in
Australia combined with urea ).
Real Dirt on Rainforest Fertility
Gardening with Hydrogen Peroxide