In early September, my book called Everything about Love and Microorganisms, co-written with Michiyo Mori and Akira Shiratori, was published from Hikaru Land Co., Ltd. Last June, in Fukushima City, a meeting was held with lectures by the three of us, and we showed the movie Revival so that people would see the serious situation in Fukushima, that has almost been forgotten, and understand the steps that were being taken to alleviate this.
Hikaru Land has been kind enough to include an additional recorded dialogue among the three of us in the book, as well as the content of the lectures. I have already clarified most of the things concerning EM, and now as the Fukushima radiation contamination countermeasures continued, the truth of EM came into sight.
In other words, it is a fact that EM performs atomic conversion, eliminates radioactive contamination, and performs various atomic transformations. Currently, at more than 55 places, including Fukushima, we are using EM in measures against radioactive contamination, and without exception radioactive pollution has remarkably disappeared, and measures are being implemented that will positively impact the environment, agricultural production, and be effective as countermeasures against birds.
The result is that we are beginning to make the goal of making Fukushima “Utsukushima (beautiful Fukushima) EM Paradise” a reality. This book can be utilized to draw out an infinite amount of information that can help make full use of EM technology. In other words, the application of quantum mechanics.
By repeatedly reviewing “Higa theory concept,” outlined on page 51 of this book, you will be able to understand the essence and composition of matter. In other words, everything that exists connects energy from gravitational waves, forms the quantum world (it can become anything), and that repeated layering effect creates the real world. This process is the concept that the greatest altruistic thought (love) switches on revitalizing type microorganisms, and as a result, a connection is made through the function of microorganisms with the gravitational waves that control the universe, thereby creating a universal world.
I mentioned in this book measures such as eliminating radioactive contamination, utilizing salt as a fertilizer, creating barriers as measures against birds and wild animals, stable high yield, high quality technology, environmental measures, etc., and furthermore discussed measures for dealing with health problems, including intractable diseases, and also touched on measures taken by volunteers to deal with social ills.
I have repeatedly stated that there is no country other than Japan that can create an ideal model of EM, the reason being that Japan is a quantum nation. I hope that you can read this book to get more details and utilize it as the original source of information on EM.
Case study on salt utilization method
I have explained various examples of salt utilization so far, and many stakeholders are carrying this out, and we have obtained all kinds of interesting information. There are also good results coming out from the rice paddy fields that created a barrier by applying 500 kg of salt per 1,000 ㎡ (one month before rice planting) and spraying 500 – 1,000 liters of activated EM solution with seawater. These rice paddies fields have no weeds, and produced excellent quality rice with a 50 to 60% increase in yield.
In #120 of this series, I mentioned the limits and precautions that should be taken with the salt utilization method, and introduced a case study where 2 tons of salt was spread per 1,000 ㎡ in the greenhouse at Sunshine Farm. The process of salt becoming fertilizer is accelerated, becoming fertilizer in as early as two weeks after application, up to 30 days.
Photo 1 shows the condition immediately after spreading salt. It looks like a light covering of snow. After that, let the salt penetrate into the ground using a 1:500 dilution of activated EM solution with seawater so that the salt concentration becomes 5 or less in electric conductivity (EC).
Photo 2 shows the summer cucumbers grown after that. The left row is the plot where no additional fertilizer was applied, just an application of about 200 kg per 1,000㎡ of bokashi fermented chicken manure with EM (droppings from chickens that were bred with full utilization of EM at Sunshine Farm) at the time of planting. The right row is the plot where additional fertilizer was applied. It seems that the right row looks good, but in fact it grew excessively and the yield in the left row, the one without additional fertilization, yielded 1.5 times more.
〈Applied 2 tons of salt per 1,000 ㎡ as a trial measure against army cutworms, snails, slugs etc., in first and second year greenhouses〉
photo 1 – Spread 2 tons of salt per 1,000 ㎡
photo 2 – Cucumber cultivation experiment
photo 3 – Experimental cultivation of Komatsuna
What we can say from this result is that if you apply 2 tons of salt per 1,000 ㎡, you will not need a basic fertilizer or an additional fertilizer. Photo 3 shows the komatsuna that is cultivated adjacent to the greenhouse. Both cucumber and komatsuna are done through non-tillage cultivation, and weeds and pest control is almost perfect, but with more fragile vegetables if one neglects to allow salt to penetrate to the lower layers, you will have ungerminated seeds and patchy growth as seen as on the right side of Photo 3. From these results we can conclude that 500 to 1,000 kg of salt per 1,000 ㎡ per year is sufficient, and if the atomic conversion power of the soil increases, it will be possible to obtain desirable results even using 100 to 200 kg.
Photos 4 and 5 shows the method of applying salt in the furrows, which is done in Koizumi Farm in Kamakura. There is no salt damage at all with this method. Photo 6 shows a method of laying compost on the rectifying coal and placing a large amount of salt over it, which is perfect as an additional fertilizer application for fruit vegetables. Farmers who have made good use of salt, EM and EM Barriers, are pleased not only with the yield and quality of their crops, but with the ways they can contribute to society.