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PLASMA-CULTURE USING PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE
PLASMA-CULTURE
USING PLASMA IN
AGRICULTURE
A GRICULTURE T ODAY  Our "scientists" treat the plants and soils as a chemical
A GRICULTURE T ODAY  Our "scientists" treat the plants and soils as a chemical
A GRICULTURE T ODAY  Our "scientists" treat the plants and soils as a chemical

AGRICULTURE TODAY

A GRICULTURE T ODAY  Our "scientists" treat the plants and soils as a chemical process.

Our "scientists" treat the plants and soils as a chemical process. They look at how each element affects the plant and what it does mechanically. We have been taught what fertilizer to use, what chemical to spray, what bugs to kill.

The focus in Agriculture today is all about the yield and has nothing to do about the wellbeing of the Plant, the nutritional value of the plant, the biology of the soil.

Our current understanding of Plants, Soils and Fertilizer use is about to change forever.

We have only been told half the story.

P LANTS  Also known as the "Vertical People"  Plants are sentient beings. They
P LANTS  Also known as the "Vertical People"  Plants are sentient beings. They
P LANTS  Also known as the "Vertical People"  Plants are sentient beings. They

PLANTS

P LANTS  Also known as the "Vertical People"  Plants are sentient beings. They have

Also known as the "Vertical People"

Plants are sentient beings. They have a physical structure, emotions and a soul.

Many experiments have been done around the world that show how plants react to our thoughts and actions, but this has always been labeled woo-woo science.

We can connect to plants on our emotional level ( A Knowing )

Plants have a Magnetical and Gravitational Field. Each plant species has different

shapes of leaves, arrangement on the branches, the size of the plant, its overall

shape. These all produce different Magrav Fields.

Tubers in the ground have stronger Gravitational fields then the soft fruit hanging on the trees which have stronger Magnetical fields.

S OILS  The soil is also a "Living Entity"  The bacteria, fungi in
S OILS  The soil is also a "Living Entity"  The bacteria, fungi in
S OILS  The soil is also a "Living Entity"  The bacteria, fungi in

SOILS

S OILS  The soil is also a "Living Entity"  The bacteria, fungi in the

The soil is also a "Living Entity"

The bacteria, fungi in the soils are also living entities.

These are connected to the rocks, crystals and minerals which are also living entities.

These are all connected to the Earth which is also another Living Entity.

We can move from the Universe all the way down to the bacteria in the soil, it is all the same but on a different scale.

Everything is alive and everything interacts with everything.

S YNTHETIC F ERTILIZERS  This has been the biggest lie told to farmers over
S YNTHETIC F ERTILIZERS  This has been the biggest lie told to farmers over
S YNTHETIC F ERTILIZERS  This has been the biggest lie told to farmers over

SYNTHETIC FERTILIZERS

S YNTHETIC F ERTILIZERS  This has been the biggest lie told to farmers over the

This has been the biggest lie told to farmers over the past 100 years.

Synthetic Fertilizers have systematically destroyed the soil biology. The ground has been turned into something that just holds the plants up.

Synthetic Fertilizers only serve to make the corporations rich and the Farmers dependent on them.

Why do we apply Nitrogen Fertilizer when the atmosphere is 68% Nitrogen?

C OMPOSITION O F O UR A TMOSPHERE
C OMPOSITION O F O UR A TMOSPHERE
C OMPOSITION O F O UR A TMOSPHERE

COMPOSITION OF OUR ATMOSPHERE

C OMPOSITION O F O UR A TMOSPHERE
C OMPOSITION O F O UR A TMOSPHERE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants do not absorb any
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants do not absorb any
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants do not absorb any

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants do not absorb any physical

Plants do not absorb any physical / chemical elements such as Carbon, Nitrogen, Calcium and Silicon in the matter state.

Plants do not absorb any physical / chemical elements such as Carbon, Nitrogen, Calcium and Silicon
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the Magrav
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the Magrav
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the Magrav

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the Magrav fields

Plants interact with the Magrav fields of these elements through the water in the soils and from the atmosphere.

As a seedling the plant will interact predominantly with the fields in the soil in

the beginning.

As the plant grows and produces its structure and leaves it starts to interact with the fields in the Atmosphere.

Just like the CO2 box set-up, the leaves and plants will create the minerals, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen internally by interacting with the fields in the Atmosphere.

Everything interacts with Everything else.

Everything interacts with

Everything else.

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE 
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE 
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE 

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE 

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE 
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  • Seeds soaked in Co2
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  • Seeds soaked in Co2
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  • Seeds soaked in Co2

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  • Seeds soaked in Co2 water


Seeds soaked in Co2 water will revert back

to their original structure ( Corn producing multiple cobs, wheat reverting to grass like that when harvested will grow again)

GMO seeds restored back to original, undoing all the genetic modifications.

Plants from Terminator seeds producing

viable seeds.

This strawberry plant producing a new plant

from seed.

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees celsius

Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees celsius

Wilting Effect

Lettuce in Plasma water

OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees celsius ​ Wilting
OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Midday Sun 14/3/2016 - 30 degrees celsius ​ Wilting
System 3 Plasma System System 2 System 1
System 3
Plasma System
System 2
System 1

The photo above shows plants taken from 4 different Aquaponic systems that we use to grow lettuce.

Comparing Root Structure
Comparing Root Structure
Comparing Root Structure

Comparing Root Structure

Comparing Root Structure
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE The stronger fields always feeds the
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE The stronger fields always feeds the
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE The stronger fields always feeds the

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE The stronger fields always feeds the weaker
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE The stronger fields always feeds the weaker

The stronger

fields always feeds the weaker

fields

Because the water only radish and the plasma water radish have been sitting next to each other from the seeding

stage, growing stage and in the fridge for 45 days the fields from the plasma radish have been interacting with the water only radish. The stronger fields interacting with the weaker fields thus causing the water only radish to last just as long as the plasma radish.

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water Day
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water Day

Water

Day 1

28/5/2016

Plasma

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water Day

Water

Day 41

7/7/2016

Plasma

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water Day
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water Day

Water

Day 1

28/5/2016

Plasma

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE Water Day 1 28/5/2016 Plasma Water Day

Water

Day 78

13/8/2016

Plasma

Water Purification GANS and water from Plain water as the brown bottles comparison
Water Purification GANS and water from Plain water as the brown bottles comparison
Water Purification GANS and water from Plain water as the brown bottles comparison

Water Purification

Water Purification GANS and water from Plain water as the brown bottles comparison
GANS and water from Plain water as the brown bottles comparison
GANS and water from
Plain water as
the brown bottles
comparison
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the fields
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the fields
C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the fields

CONCEPTS OF PLASMA IN AGRICULTURE

C ONCEPTS OF P LASMA I N A GRICULTURE  Plants interact with the fields from

Plants interact with the fields from their environment and take what they need.

Plants are able to grow to their full potential and thereby produce higher yields

Nobody can control the supply of seeds anymore.

Plants can withstand harsher conditions ( hot or cold )

Plants grown with plasma water will interact with other plants giving them what they need.

Shelf life is extended because of the higher nutrition in the plants.

No need for fertilizers.

As plants are living sentient beings - will we still continue to eat them in
As plants are living
sentient beings - will
we still continue to eat
them in the future
HOMEWORK PLASMA COMPOST
HOMEWORK
PLASMA COMPOST
C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  Carbon - From the brown dry leaves, twigs, wood chips
C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  Carbon - From the brown dry leaves, twigs, wood chips
C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  Carbon - From the brown dry leaves, twigs, wood chips

COMPOST COMPOSITION

C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  Carbon - From the brown dry leaves, twigs, wood chips etc

Carbon - From the brown dry leaves, twigs, wood chips etc

Nitrogen From the green matter such as vegetable scraps, lawn clippings, coffee grounds etc

Moisture & Oxygen - helps to break down the organic matter

Animal Manure - Cow, Horse Chicken provide sources of Nitrogen and Amino Acids

Sugar/Carbohydrate - A solution of molasses is added which provides the

energy for the microbes to break down the organic materials.

Fire Ash -

provides trace minerals

C OMPOSTING P ROCESS  We have physical, chemical and biological processes happening in our
C OMPOSTING P ROCESS  We have physical, chemical and biological processes happening in our
C OMPOSTING P ROCESS  We have physical, chemical and biological processes happening in our

COMPOSTING PROCESS

C OMPOSTING P ROCESS  We have physical, chemical and biological processes happening in our compost

We have physical, chemical and biological processes happening in our compost pile.

Worms and millipedes mechanically break down the larger components of

the compost mix. ( Nano Particles )

Microorganisms such as Bacteria and Fungi chemically break down the compost further. ( GaNS of the various elements )

The plant and animal matter also provide cellulose, lignin, sugars and proteins

The result of this is humic, humin and fulvic acids from the above breakdown of the plant and animal matter.

F INAL C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  All these processes done by nature result in
F INAL C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  All these processes done by nature result in
F INAL C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  All these processes done by nature result in

FINAL COMPOST COMPOSITION

F INAL C OMPOST C OMPOSITION  All these processes done by nature result in the

All these processes done by nature result in the breakdown of organic materials into C, N, H and Oxygen along with a multitude of basic amino acids and minerals.

In today’s polluted world we also get a lot of unwanted pollutants in our compost. ( Pesticides, plastics, chemicals, medicines etc )

By building our own compost piles we are trying to mimic nature in how she recycles organic materials.

O UR C URRENT M AD C OMPOSTING W ORLD Spread the compost back on
O UR C URRENT M AD C OMPOSTING W ORLD Spread the compost back on
O UR C URRENT M AD C OMPOSTING W ORLD Spread the compost back on

OUR CURRENT MAD COMPOSTING WORLD

O UR C URRENT M AD C OMPOSTING W ORLD Spread the compost back on our
O UR C URRENT M AD C OMPOSTING W ORLD Spread the compost back on our

Spread the

compost back

on our land

Cut & Remove Green waste

compost back on our land Cut & Remove Green waste  Subtitle Send to Municipal dump

Subtitle

Send to

Municipal

dump

our land Cut & Remove Green waste  Subtitle Send to Municipal dump Buy the compost

Buy the

compost

our land Cut & Remove Green waste  Subtitle Send to Municipal dump Buy the compost
our land Cut & Remove Green waste  Subtitle Send to Municipal dump Buy the compost

Gets turned into compost

N EW P ARADIGM OF T HINKING  We treat our soils and land as
N EW P ARADIGM OF T HINKING  We treat our soils and land as
N EW P ARADIGM OF T HINKING  We treat our soils and land as

NEW PARADIGM OF THINKING

N EW P ARADIGM OF T HINKING  We treat our soils and land as a

We treat our soils and land as a non living entity to be used and abused.

Meanwhile there is a multitude of organisms, which need to thrive to make a healthy fertile soil and environment.

Micro Universe of bacteria, algae, fungi and protozoa

Macro Universe of insects, earthworms, nematodes and small vertebrates

In connection with the soil we have the Plant Universe

These different worlds interact with each other to create a living entity.

P LASMA C OMPOST  Carbon - Co2 GaNs Water  Minerals – Sea GaNs
P LASMA C OMPOST  Carbon - Co2 GaNs Water  Minerals – Sea GaNs
P LASMA C OMPOST  Carbon - Co2 GaNs Water  Minerals – Sea GaNs

PLASMA COMPOST

P LASMA C OMPOST  Carbon - Co2 GaNs Water  Minerals – Sea GaNs Water

Carbon - Co2 GaNs Water

Minerals Sea GaNs Water

Energy - Ch3 GaNs Water

Emotion - Zn02 GaNs Water

Amino Acids - GaNs water containing the amino acids of a wide variety of

plants and animals.

M INERALS FROM W EEDS Dandelion Stinging Nettle Calcium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium Iron Iron
M INERALS FROM W EEDS Dandelion Stinging Nettle Calcium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium Iron Iron
M INERALS FROM W EEDS Dandelion Stinging Nettle Calcium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium Iron Iron

MINERALS FROM WEEDS

M INERALS FROM W EEDS Dandelion Stinging Nettle Calcium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium Iron Iron

Dandelion

Stinging Nettle

Calcium

Calcium

Phosphorus

Magnesium

Iron

Iron

Sodium

Zinc & Copper

Potassium

Potassium

H OW TO U SE P LASMA C OMPOST  Plough the land and seed
H OW TO U SE P LASMA C OMPOST  Plough the land and seed
H OW TO U SE P LASMA C OMPOST  Plough the land and seed

HOW TO USE PLASMA COMPOST

H OW TO U SE P LASMA C OMPOST  Plough the land and seed with

Plough the land and seed with a green manure crop containing at least 50 different types ( Root, herbs, leafy )

Soak the seeds in your mixture before seedling.

Spray the land with the Plasma Compost Homeopathic strength

This can be done several times during the growth of the crops

Cut and mulch the crop leaving it on the land.

Minimum till or just seed through the mulched crop the next green manure

crop

This can be repeated several times during the year.

R ESULTS  The end result is a soil containing a huge amount of organic
R ESULTS  The end result is a soil containing a huge amount of organic
R ESULTS  The end result is a soil containing a huge amount of organic

RESULTS

R ESULTS  The end result is a soil containing a huge amount of organic matter-

The end result is a soil containing a huge amount of organic matter- already in a GaNS state.

This organic matter now provides the food for all of those tiny organisms

which can convert the minerals in the soil into GaNS for your plants.

The Plasma Compost will have introduced the fields of every element needed for the soils. These then act as magnets and attract further elements from the atmosphere.

You have essentially created tons of compost on your land.

After several years one will find you will not have to use any of the Plasma compost anymore as you have restored your soils to their full glory.