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#154 The Latest Book on the Practical Uses of EM  "You Are the One Who Draws Out the Power of Microorganisms," by Chizuko Nomoto

#154 The Latest Book on the Practical Uses of EM 
"You Are the One Who Draws Out the Power of Microorganisms," by Chizuko Nomoto

On August 15th, a book called "You Are the One Who Draws Out the Power of Microorganisms" by Chizuko Nomoto was published. August 15th, the day the war ended, conjures up various memories and thoughts, but it was the starting point for Japan’s restart as a nation. This book is also an introduction to the application of quantum mechanics, which is the essence of EM, and discusses not just EM information, but its application, as well as basic information necessary for maintaining an “EM Life”. 

For those who are already familiar with EM, the book is a thankful source of information, and an indispensable book for improving the EM power of individuals and society. 
The book is also one that even beginners will be drawn into, as they flip through it and make some interesting discoveries.

In the early stages when EM technology first began to spread as an alternative technology to chemical fertilizers and pesticides, it began with the production of high-quality activated EM solution and the stable dominance of useful microorganisms in the environment, including the soil. This level opens up a world that breaks through the limits of traditional microbiology applications, and as various information was gathered, its functions were found to also include the antioxidant power and non-ionizing functions of EM, and its ability to detoxify harmful energy and convert it to something useful. Ultimately, it became clear that EM's functions extend to atomic transmutation, including the eradication of radioactivity.   

Therefore, it became clear that EM technology has its origin in the application of hado through quantum mechanics, and the true value of this book is that even complete beginners can enjoy its application every day, with limitless possibilities.

However, this sort of world is sometimes misunderstood as magical or occult, so as the person overseeing it I supplemented this with the realities of quantum mechanics and knowledge regarding its application. This book indeed shows that you are the one who draws out the power of microorganisms. In other words, EM is a versatile tool, so if it does not work, it means that the level of the person who used it (their EM power) is low. Rather than hold EM accountable, one should reflect on that reality.

I've often thought there is something wrong with people who can’t use EM well and hold EM responsible for it, but this book has the power to guide them in the right direction. I hope that the use of this book will greatly improve your ability to use your own EM power. 

Latest news regarding EM use in Okinawa

More than twenty years ago, the sea of Okinawa became almost dead due to pollution from the land, coastal corals disappeared, and numerous articles appeared reporting on the pollution of the sea. Since the EM gravitron barrier was created in the Ryukyu Islands in 2013, the natural environment of Okinawa as well as the sea has recovered rapidly, but before that, there was another noteworthy fact, namely that the seas in the areas where EM is used for livestock and water treatment are becoming cleaner.

One example is the case of the road over the sea in the area of Uruma City. In this area, there is the former Gushikawa Library which, starting in 1991, used EM for the first time in sewage treatment in Okinawa, as well as the city hall and hospital, and they are continuing to use EM even now. In addition, the city as a whole created a municipal ordinance to actively utilize EM, and citizens utilize EM on a daily basis.

All the local rivers that had foul odors have become clean, and over time the sea sludge disappeared and there is a clean and abundant marine ecosystem. It is now even a fishing spot and a tourist attraction.

In other cases, the coral communities in Henoko and Oura Bay in Nago City have recovered. In this area, the drainage from pig farms gave off foul odors, and people along the Oura River complained many times. As part of a solution to this, full-scale utilization of EM for pig farming began in 1989. A year later, the rivers were purified, the foul odor had disappeared, and about ten years later, the Oura Bay became clean. Today, more than thirty years later, it is attracting attention as the most coral-rich region on the main island of Okinawa.

 

Okinawa Times
September 30, 2020

Adjacent to the City, a Rich Sea

The Karmy Jee (Kamese) Sea spreads out on the west coast of Urasoe City, Okinawa Prefecture.  (The name is in dialect, with Karmy meaning a turtle and Jee a reef, given because the shape of the rock looks like a turtle lying down.) The Ino (coral reef lagoon) that runs from Minato River in the city to Irijima is about 3km from north to south and extends 1 to 1.5km offshore. It is a home to a wide variety of living things, with coral and schools of colorful fish on the offshore reef edge.

The sea area on the Minato River side is also a place for environmental learning. The plan for the road was changed to a more environmentally friendly bridge through initiatives raised by local residents and school children.

However, now, there are plans to relocate the Naha military port on the Irijima side.

Mr. Mitsuo Namioka (71), the representative of “Playing Group in Karmy Jee Sea," moved to Okinawa thirteen years ago because he was fascinated by the sea around Okinawa. He held observation meetings and enjoyed being on the beach. The observation meetings were held more than 200 times, and a total of 4,300 people participated. 

Urasoe City enacted the Satohama Ordinance in 2017 for the purpose of preserving and utilizing Ino. The Minato river side is planned to be left as a conservation area, but Mr. Namioka wonders, “If the sea is divided by landfill, that will change the tides. Can the current environment be protected?”

Coral and seaweed produce oxygen, and shellfish purify water. The natural world is nurtured through each playing their role. We hate to imagine the abundant sea that remains near the city, which is also a place of relaxation, disappearing, replaced by the sight of a huge warship appearing. (Photo by Ken Irei)


(Adjacent to the city, a rich sea -September 30, 2020, provided by Okinawa Times)
Twenty years ago, the Minato River area, which was reported in this local newspaper, Okinawa Times, was heavily polluted, and the coral reef here looked like a kind of poor desert. Contamination from the dam at University of the Ryukyus in Nishihara Town, as well as from Nakagusuku Village, Ginowan City and Urasoe City also flowed into the Minato River, making it the dirtiest river in Okinawa, and the relevant municipalities were hard put to deal with the complaints coming in from residents. 

The water in the dam at University of the Ryukyus was also used for toilet water on campus, but residential areas developed in the upstream area, and the drainage flowed into the dam and gave off a foul odor. Then the reclaimed water in the toilets got even worse and the odor became quite foul.

We had been applying to the university authorities a few years before to clean this up with EM, but this was neglected because certain experts opposed it. A closer look revealed that the university could use the water from the dam, but the municipalities had control. When I consulted with the relevant municipalities, I was told, "If it makes the river clean, please go ahead and clean it up," and in July 2001, we started to apply EM into the dam.

We needed to collect data on this, so I made it the theme of my graduate school students' masters' theses, and thanks to that, three graduate students wrote excellent theses on the subject. Two weeks after applying EM, the stench of the dam disappeared, and one year later, the windows of the houses facing the rivers, which had been shut tight, could be left open. Fireflies were seen in the summer, and there were no longer any complaints from residents in the river basin, which greatly relieved those in charge in the relevant municipalities. Two years later, the estuary of the Minato River became clear blue and became known to many anglers as a hidden fishing spot. This has solved the problem of terribly foul-smelling toilets at University of the Ryukyus, and now serves as an outstanding model for the use of reclaimed water.

 
Changes in the state of the pond stagnation
Changes in the state of the pond stagnation
Changes in water quality of the dam, Senbaru Pond, at the University of the Ryukyus. Algae and turbidity have disappeared, and the water is now clear (from “Study on Water Purification Using EM (Effective Microorganisms).”

Thanks to the cooperation of upstream residents who applied activated EM into the joint wastewater treatment tank, the dam at the University of Ryukyus fulfilled the culturing function of EM. It has been more than fifteen years since we stopped applying EM, but the basin did not become polluted again. As in the Okinawa Times article above, there are increased coral colonies, and the sea has extensively revived. Many cities, towns and villages are actively using EM in Okinawa, and the sea is becoming cleaner and more beautiful. 




(October 16, 2020)
Courtesy of Ecopure

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