Nature’s Human Magnets 2

WE are surrounded today by untold numbers and varieties of energy-intensive, man-made machines and gadgets.

We are besieged by these machines all day, they rule life in the developed world.

These products range from the hardly necessary to the  indispensable, and all are actively in use. From automatic can openers to cardiac pacemakers, to video games, to our beloved cell phones and computers.

But the electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) that spin off from them, it turns out, are our developed society’s price-to-pay for its ever-throbbing, artificial world.

Many readers will recall Rachel Carson’s comfort zone shattering expose Silent Spring, which documented the world-wide destructive effects of pesticide use, notably DDT.

Her research launched what has become finally the well regulated and thankfully popular  organic food industry.


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One response to “Nature’s Human Magnets 2

  1. How plants react to the death cries of the shrimp and other living organisms have finally been explained scientifically. The simple truth is that plants can recognise every single vibrational wavelength from the smallest to the largest and as everything in the universe vibrates, plants recognise everything. The understanding of how it does this is all to do with the properties of water. Water has the ability to change its vibrational pattern depending upon the environment in which it is in. As all living organisms including plants, have water content, it is through the properties of water that Cleve Backsters ideas work. In fact once you read all of the evidence in the book Blinded by Science, the fact that plants can recognise emotional intent, will seem inconsequential compared to all of the other ideas that are suggested. I found the book at and for some reason it is free at the moment.


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