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#106: The Function of EM and Gravitational Waves–Part 3

In the previous article, I explained about the wonders of EM so they can be confirmed even by non-specialists. In general this involves anti-oxidation, non-ionization, and an extreme rise in electronic effect due to rectification. These phenomenon occur in both living and non-living entities, and in both organic material and inorganic material, and further are found in all chemical reactions and movement of electrons, without exception.
 
In other words, entropy is extremely low, and a resuscitation phenomenon (syntropy) is constantly maintaining order.
 
This original power, as I have mentioned before, matches the theory of Dr. Hideo Seki that microorganisms of a strong anaerobic nature, with synthesis and fermentation function, emit strong gravitons and make gravitational waves function.
 
In short, it all depends on how the power of microorganisms having these functions are integrated and maintained. Use a combination of charcoal and salt that have rectification force along with good quality activated EM solution until results are seen.
 
In the world of Hado, those on the upper level will dominate over those below. Viewed paradoxically, if features of high-order Hado are added to lower-level Hado, they will be raised to the higher level.
 
This is the background to my statement in the previous article that “The wonders of EM can be confirmed by non-experts.”  Also, as I have often explained, when you make activated EM solution, add 1/1,000 to 1/10,000 EMX Gold or EM Super Cera C Powder, and you can produce a very high quality activated solution. If you use seawater, the effects will be doubled.
 
The principle of such gravitational waves also works for deep seawater. Even without using 100% deep seawater, the effects are quite high with the same effects occurring if even about 1/100 to 1/1,000 EM is added to the usual seawater. I believe this phenomenon, too, is due to the gravitons generated by the anaerobic bacteria that are in the deep sea. 
 
About twenty years ago, I performed an application test using deep seawater.
Growth improved, and pests decreased, and I could confirm clear effects. However, when I added about 1/100 to 1/1,000 of EM to ordinary seawater, the results were exactly the same. These were the circumstances that prompted me to stop researching the use of deep seawater then.
 
When we applied over 5,000 tons of activated EM solution applied to Tokyo Bay, it not only showed the now-familiar EM purification mechanism, but in a sense the entire bay became deep ocean water-like. And the same can be said of Mikawa Bay, as well as other places that have become clean and abundant seas through the introduction of EM mudballs and activated EM solution.
 
In the previous article, I stated that “the essence of the breakthrough limit with EM is supported by gravitational waves”; since the occurrence of pests is also caused by an increase in entropy, the breakthrough limit crops using EM shouldn’t have any problems with pests.

But let us say that even though you made a strong commitment to EM-based cultivation, at the end of
the season you see pests multiplying.
As a measure to deal with such cases, I put down the kind of barrier line that I discussed in a previous article on top of a cabbage badly damaged by cabbage butterflies. (Photo 1)               
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Afterwards there was reduced damage by cabbage butterflies, the cabbage headed up nicely, and I was able to harvest perfect cabbages. (Photo 2)
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Photo 3 shows the situation in the tomato house at Sunshine Farm. At the end of March, greenhouse whitefly, mites, aphids, Spodoptera and powdery mildew and rust disease occurred frequently, and there was a limit to what a general EM application could do.
 
In this situation, I connected the barrier line so not just the greenhouse itself but all the tomato plants as well were rectified. About two weeks later the appearance of the plants completely changed, most of the pests had disappeared, and it has continued to see a harvest at a level close to that of its heyday. This technology is still at the experimental stage, but if it is put into practical use, the majority of problems faced by agriculture can be resolved. (Photo 4)
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(May 12, 2016)
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