#114 Achievements of 2016

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As we celebrate the new year and look back on the achievements of last year, the greatest achievement was that EM was lauded highly as a future technology at the 3rd Universal Village International Conference co-hosted by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Nagoya University, ITSS (Highway Transportation Systems Association), and the Beijing Aerospace Exploration Agency. (For details, please read #112 of this series).

Secondly, measures to deal with radiation pollution at Fukushima have steadily achieved results (For details, please visit DND website #114), meeting the expectations laid out in the speech of Executive Committee Chairperson of the Universal Village International Conference. In addition, a giant dome-like barrier (power spot) with a height of 55km and a radius of 345km is now stable around the main island of Okinawa due to return current from the EM Wellness Resort Hotel Costa Vista & Spa and the EM・X Gold manufacturing factory. (For details, please see #113in this series.)

This barrier technology has been confirmed for over ten years through various measures against moles and wildlife in home gardens, and it is clear that this results from rectifying various negative energies and magnetic fields, including electromagnetic waves. (For details, please read #100 in this series #100.)

Initially, I began by adding activated EM solution and about 10g of EM Super Cera-C Powder into a 500 cc PET bottle, sealing it, placing these at 3 to 5 meter intervals, and connectingthese with a string to surround the field. For trees such as fruit trees, I started by tying the bottles directly to the trees. After that, we further evolved our methods by adding EM・X GOLD to PET bottles, attaching batteries, quantum mechanically applying latent voltage present in utility poles, etc. At the same time, activated EM solution using sea water and EM Bokashimudballs with charcoal and smoked charcoal are embedded in the soil, thus making it possible to rectify the energy of the soil, so that the whole cultivation environment is transformed into a power spot. (For more, please see #108 in this series.)

I received many encouraging reports that fulltime farmers who thoroughly implementedthis technology have obtained the kind of ideal results they have dreamed of for many years.

Goals for 2017

The goals of the Universal Village International Conference are stated in the 112th issue of this series. The first is to develop materials that replace pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Dr. Masaki (Executive Chairman of the conference) said that this problem can be solved by Dr. Higa’s EM. This means something beyond Nature Farming or organic agriculture,and addresses the question of whether it really is possible to develop materials that can replace chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The answer is that it would be extremely easy to do so if we take advantage of the atomic diversion power of EM, but in order to do that, it is necessary to raise the rectification level of the cultivation space, including the soil environment. Initially, all organic matter including raw garbage, human excrement and livestock manure are treated with seawater or activated EM solution containing 2 to 3 % salt, in order to make organic fertilizer with a high mineral content. With this method, you can use it as soon as the odor disappears, so you do not need to compost it or let it fully decompose.All hygiene problems are solved, however we need to further enhance its effects as a fertilizer resource.


Spot fertilizing with salt (spaced over 10cm from the roots)

1. Using EM Technology to Turn Salt into a Multifunctional Agricultural Material

Until now, in this series I have introduced that using activated EM solution made with seawater in combination withcharcoalremarkably promotes the reduction (disappearance) of radioactive contamination, but has also become clear in various applications of EM over thirty years that salt will change to fertilizer.

Conventional common sense would view this as impossible, but this series of technologies has already reached the stage of practical use, and large-scale practical application is already underway to deal with salt damage in many countries, including extreme desert regions and areas affected by tides. (Please refer to #108 of this series.)

Currently, the method that is popular in Japan is basically to use sea water,or salt added to reach the same salinity level, to make high quality activated EM solution, apply it to the soil in a 1:100 to 500 dilution and apply it to the irrigation system. It can also be applied as a foliar spray 2 to 3 times a week at a 1:50-100 dilution, which will allow perfect pest control and promote photosynthesis.

In this case, it is more effective to apply, as one would mulch, 100 to 500kg of organic matter per 10a, including available crop residue, on the soil surface. Organic matter will be a substrate for EM (food for the EM) so if you add tons of material you will obtain further limit breakthroughs.

As the population of EM-centered beneficial bacteria in the soil increases, in 2 to 3 weeks the applied salt changes into fertilizer needed by the crops.As a guideline, apply 35 to 100kg of salt per 10a (about 35 to 100g per 1
However, when aiming for limit breakthroughs of high yield and high quality by increasing the EM force and rectifying power of the soil, it is alright to consider it necessary to use the amount equivalent to the chemical fertilizer currently in use (30 to 10kg). m²). In other words, converted to sea water this will be 1 to slightly more than 3 tons per 10a. This figure is the standard used for the year so far.

The next thing to noteis the use of salt as a herbicide. The easiest way is to sprinkle 3 to 5 tons of seawater or equivalent salt per 10a two to three weeks before planting to completely dry up the weeds. After that, it is ideal if there is sufficient rainfall (10mm or more), but if there isn’t enough rainfall, irrigate 3 to 5 liters per square meter and then plant. This method is especially efficient after harvesting.

When salt is used directly as a herbicide, salt water of about 20 to 25% high concentration is made and sprayed so that plants are thoroughly wet. If it does not wither after one application, it should be re-sprayed as early as possible.

Activated EM solution by seawater cultivation used in this wayshould be applied at roughly 100 to 200kg per 10a, but it may be 50L if it increases the rectifying power of the soil, and can be about 5 L once EM is established in the soil. It can be further reduced if you make a rectification spot using charcoal etc. at a depth of 30 to 50cm in the soil.

If you continue to use this method, the soil becomes deeply soft and porous after several plantings and rapidly becomes fertile. Therefore, cultivation without tillage becomes easy as well. Salt treatment after harvesting in particular, along with having herbicidal effects, not only deals with pests, but also fundamentally solves the problem of damage by continuous cultivation.

Even if it accumulates, seawater salt will dissolve quickly and become diluted, so you can easily solve damage due to salt accumulation. Therefore if youapply too much salt and crops wilt, it is possible to treat this adequately by simply irrigating about twice as much as usual.

The problem is the sulfate and carbonate contained in chemical fertilizers, and considerable fresh water is necessary to remove this salt. Globally, deserts, which are equal in area to the current amount of agricultural land, currently cannot be cultivated even if there is water. The reason for this is because it contains about one –fifth to one-hundredth the salinity of seawater.

If you add 1:10,000 EM to this water, you can solve almost all problems of salt damage including metal rusting, etc. In other words, it eliminates the need for salt removal. In Egypt, this method has been extensively promoted by the government, and it has been put to practical use in thousands of hectares in the United States in areas such as Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, etc., for over twenty years with no problems. In the near future, large-scale application is planned in China, too. (See DND #105.)

What I have mentioned so far is normally seen as impossible. It can only be explained if salt that is the cause of the damage is converted to elementsneeded by cropsthrough EM-centered microorganisms. (See DND # 104 and 105.)

A huge amount of electricity is necessary to synthesize chemical fertilizers, but by utilizing EM, and simply using seawater and salt, this problem can be solved, and pesticides are almost unnecessary. If you think about it, it is like the Earth is floating in a sea of fertilizer, and if you use this technology the destruction of the forest is absolutely unnecessary, and an essential solution to human food problems becomes possible.


Limit breakthrough bananas using salt fertilizer (large type)

Limit breakthrough bananas using salt fertilizer (small type)

Lettuce and string beans at the Sunshine Farm raised using EM mudballsburied in the soil.( Everything grows evenly.)

2. Charcoal is Indispensable for Enhancing Soil Energy Rectification

Utilizing the atomic transformation and photosynthetic capacity of microorganisms,ultimately the elements necessary for crops will be naturally created and the organic matter in the soil will naturally increase, so that even if only the residue is returned to the soil it will become fertile, and you will obtain a steady harvest of high quality, high yield agricultural crops.

For that purpose, it is necessary to have a mechanism to rectify the energy of the entropy state present in spaces and the soil, transform it to a state ofsyntropy, and supply more electrons to crops.

As already evident, spaces can further three-dimensionalizedthrough the barrier (power spot) using EM technology. In addition to that, it is necessary to rectify the huge amount of energy latent in the soil and to make a soil structure that imparting more electrons to all living things present there.

Even with this method, radioactive contamination is remarkably reduced, the soil is cleaned up, it is possible to obtain a remarkable increase in yield, but if we consider the amount of energy of the whole space,this is still within the margin of error.

For these reasons, the ultimate challenge is to establish a way to systematically return the charcoal and incinerated ash rectified by EM back to the soil. Fortunately, it is possible with some ingenuity to make all kinds of organic matter, including plastics, into charcoal. By utilizing this method, it is possible not only to solve all garbage problems, butdeal decisively with agricultural production and environmental conservation.

Both the “Blue Sky Palace,” my own experimental farm, and the EM Research Organization’s “Sunshine Farm” are beginning to switch to this method in full, and this year I would like to develop more aggressive activities in order to expand this system nationwide.

(January 16, 2017)

Bron: https://www.emrojapan.com/living/111

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