#109: Changes in the Natural Environment by EM Barrier Domes in Okinawa


In the previous article, I explained how to create an EM barrier in the agricultural field, and we received various positive reports from people who performed this method. They have reported that growth is stable, yield and quality have improved, wildlife damage has been significantly reduced, and so on. Also, applications are progressing in the livestock and fisheries fields.

The basic method is to set up plastic bottles that are Hado sources at the four corners of the barn, connect these with a mini rope, and if possible connect this to an electric pole or power supply. In the case of fisheries, it is done in the same way as in fields. Since the space inside the barrier is rectified and the harmful energy is significantly reduced, if combined with EM, it is possible to achieve various limit breakthroughs.

As I have often mentioned, in November three years ago, an EM barrier produced by the return electrical current from the EM Wellness Resort Costa Vista Okinawa, Hotel & Spa and the EM-X GOLD manufacturing factory was completed throughout the main island of Okinawa. This barrier now has a dome shape of 55km.

The level of rectification in this space is about the same level as SPACE MATE, which is made of EM-X ceramics solidified with plastic. In other words, this space of 55km has the function of EM SPACE MATE, the antioxidant and non-ionic functions and the ability to transform harmful energy into useful energy.

Over 20 years ago, I performed experiments on the functionalization of water by EM-X ceramics. Place 10 pieces of EM-X ceramics (Ring Stone)* in 100 liters of water, spray the water on the leaf side of the crop after 5 to 7 days, add the same amount of water that was used, and repeat. It is an easy method to always have 100 liters on hand.

As a result, the virus that infected papaya became much less virulent, when cucumbers were inoculated with the virus the outbreak of disease was suppressed, and when this water was sprayed on cucumbers and tomatoes infected by the virus, the viral symptoms of the sprouts disappeared and normal growth began.

Similar results also appear in soil application, and the soil gradually becomes more soft and porous. It was also confirmed that the water clusters of water in contact with EM-X ceramics became smaller, and dissolved oxygen rapidly increased.

(* Currently, “EM-X Ceramics (Ringstone)” is no longer sold. Please use “PIPE 35” or “Ii〜Mizu KAGEN” as a substitute.)

As an Effect of the EM Barrier

I have previously explained that things became clean throughout Okinawa. For example,
exhaust gas on highways and tunnels in Okinawa has been purified, the level of particulate matter (PM2.5) blowing over from China remains extremely low, and previously dirty buildings and cars are now quite clean.

In addition, the greenery in mountains and urban areas has become much more abundant, and because of a reduction in the shock waves caused by typhoons, agricultural products such as sugar cane, and other crops and fruits, have grown in a stable way we have never experienced before.

This huge barrier also rectifies ultraviolet rays, so the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays are also significantly reduced. At the same time, the rain falling within this barrier has the same antioxidant power as the water immersed in the EM SPACE MATE, which made EM-X ceramics even more functional, producing non-ionization and converting harmful energy to useful energy.

Since these effects accumulate, the natural environment of Okinawa is steadily becoming more abundant year after year. This year is said to be a poor harvest year, with the harvest down by 30% compared to a normal year’s crop, but because there has been no typhoon attack, as shown in the photos, Rembu (Photo 1), Bananas (Photo 2), Shiikuwasha, flat lemons (Photo 3), Guava (Photo 4) etc. have grown in an abundance we have never seen before.

Rembu (Photo 1)

Bananas (Photo 2)

Shiikuwasha, flat lemons (Photo 3)

Guava (Photo 4)

Even though mangos were not sprayed with pesticide, they are surprisingly fruitful in open ground, and passion fruits are also impressively fruitful. In addition, the sprouts of papaya that had been infected with viruses have grown normally (Photo 5), an example we have never been before, for usually infected papaya shrink at the tip and the fruits are misshapen.

Compared to a few years ago, the soil has become more soft and porous year by year, gradually becoming more fertile, the number of banana weevils, which are fatal to banana cultivation, has also drastically decreased, and the damage from beetles has also been contained. Diseases such as viruses, anthracnose and others have drastically decreased, and there are considerably fewer pests. As a result, the capabilities of horticultural enthusiasts and farmers throughout Okinawa have improved dramatically, with every field and garden growing impressively, and sugarcane etc. experiencing unprecedented growth.

Although I cannot say anything conclusive yet, this has had a great influence on the ocean, too. That is, due to the strong anti-oxidation and non-ionization power of rain falling in the EM barrier, rust caused by salt damage (sea breeze damage) has disappeared, and even if it rains heavily there is no severe pollution as in the past. Most of the pollutants present in the water are ionized through electricity. Therefore, contamination is easy to disperse and is hard to clean up.

In recent years I have heard that the ocean in the main island of Okinawa has become cleaner, more fish are caught, and the revival of coral is proceeding rapidly. These desirable phenomena are due to the contamination on land being cleansed by rain with antioxidant and nonionic effects, so the ocean no longer becomes polluted.

In the past, Okinawa’s rainwater caused many problems since metal machinery would quickly rust when washed with rainwater, and most of the buildings and cars in Okinawa gave the impression of being “dirty” because of conspicuous rust. Nowadays we don’t see this at all, and most people are under the impression that Okinawa’s buildings and cars have always been this clean.

These days, when you immerse rusty equipment in the rainwater falling on the main island of Okinawa, rust comes off and the items become completely clean. Rainwater has become exactly like the pure sacred water used at shrines. When such rainwater flows out into the sea, the natural result is that the antioxidant properties and nonionizing function of the sea increase, water clusters become smaller, and the amount of dissolved oxygen increases.

We have had very few typhoons this year, and the sea surface temperature in July reached 30.1℃ , the highest on record. In a situation like this, bleaching will occur in coral reefs in the entire area of Okinawa Prefecture. But according to divers, while large-scale coral bleaching has occurred since the middle of July in the outlying smaller islands of Miyako and Ishigaki, contrary to these examples such bleaching has not occurred in the main land of Okinawa.

If there is no typhoon in August and the seawater temperature rises even more, this coral bleaching phenomenon may occur in the main waters of the main island of Okinawa. However, according to many divers, while the surface temperature of the water abnormally high, the temperature at the bottom is unexpectedly low, and the coral remains healthy. In other words, we are seeing the phenomenon of reverse entropy produced by EM’s rectifying power.

(August 18, 2016)

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