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#64: 2012 EM Forum

Normally the EM Forum, an overview of EM activities during the year, takes place on the third Saturday and Sunday in November, and this year too we had made all the arrangements for the Forum to take place on November 17th and 18th. However, we found out that the convention of the Zenkoku Yutaka na Umizukuri Taikai (a national advocacy association for restoring the ocean), which all EM groups have worked closely with, was being held at the same time in Itoman City in Okinawa, and would be welcoming the Emperor to their conference. With the help of the EM
Research Organization (EMRO), the Itoman Fishery Cooperative had worked over a long time to clean up the ocean using EM, and planned as one event during the convention to have school children throw EM Mudballs into the sea.

Because of this, we chose other days in November for the Forum, but all the conference halls were booked so we will have to hold it early, on October 6th and 7th, at the Tedako Hall in Urasoe City. Our subtheme this year is the use of EM in preventive medicine and disaster relief. EM support activities after the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake have been very successful, as reported on at last year’s Forum, and constructive EM support activities are continuing.

In particular the use of EM to remediate radioactivity in Fukushima has been very successful, allowing people to live safe and healthy lives in the affected areas, helping farmers to produce safe, high-quality products, and has been a successful method to clean up radioactivity over a broad area. These and many other practical uses of EM continue. Besides the earthquake in eastern Japan, last year there was also great flooding in the Kii Peninsula region, and this year there was tremendous flooding on an unprecedented scale in northern Kyushu. Crisis management using EM has become even more critical in times of disaster, as has the need to promote its thorough use.

The floods in Thailand last year are the type of floods that occur but once a century, and this was one of the four greatest natural disasters of recent years along with the Great East Japan Earthquake, the Kobe Earthquake of 1995, and Hurricane Katrina. This year’s Forum was held with the aim of helping people maintain their health in these situations and furthering EM activities when natural disasters occur. Please see EMRO’s homepage for more details.
 
EM Can Restore the Future
This was the catchphrase I wrote for my new book, A New Earth Saving Revolution, and it has become the backbone for our Forum in Okinawa, as well as for the forum that will be held in Fukushima on October 8th. Common sense tells us that what takes place in the future is unknown, so it is not something to be restored. Nevertheless, it is clear that the future is already being destroyed, not only by radioactive contamination and by spent nuclear fuel and issues involving the decommissioning of nuclear reactors, but by frequent large scale natural disasters, the rapid increase in the world’s population, which will certainly break 10 billion, the low birth rate and aging population of advanced nations, the danger of new epidemics, and the danger to ecology and biodiversity.

Therefore it things continue as they are, there will be no future. Existing technology, which follows the law of entropy, will not provide fundamental solutions to these issues, no matter what methods are used. EM’s basic power is found in syntropy (the power to revitalize) in three areas: antioxidant and anti-ionization effects, the way EM deactivates all harmful energy, and the usefulness of its three-dimensional waves that have catalytic functions.

This power begins by preventing degradation, promoting growth, suppressing harmful pests, and improving quality and functionality, and has spread into practical fields where it has provided real solutions to health and environmental issues. If we wish to continue at the same level, and not use EM and ignore cost, then there are alternate technologies. However, these will be ineffective not only as measures against radiation and harmful electromagnetic waves, but will also be unable to build concrete buildings that will last over 500 years and contribute to the health of those who live in them, or create a space where everything becomes healthier that lives in it.

In order to make these impossible things possible, it is necessary to have a technology that follows the law of syntropy—one that can deactivate harmful energy, and that can endow energy to things that are deteriorating. Moreover it must be safe and pleasant to use, economical, and high quality, and developmentally sustainable in a virtuous cycle.

During the last thirty years EM has gone through many hardships, and was put to the test in the Great East Japan Earthquake when a nuclear power plant exploded, causing widespread radioactive contamination. The results are as I describe in my books The Law of Syntropy (Revitalization) and A New Earth Saving Revolution. I used the phrase “EM will restore the future” as the catchphrase because of my belief that if we do not come to grips right now with all the dangers that will surely destroy the future, fundamental solutions will be impossible.

Environmental Forum—2012 Utsukushima EM Paradise—
Following the EM Forum in Okinawa on October 6th and 7th, on October 8th an environmental forum on the use of EM to deal with radioactive contamination, sponsored by the NPO United Networks for Earth Environment (U-net), will be held at the civic hall in Nihonmatsu City in Fukushima Prefecture. Right after the Great East Japan Earthquake, U-net, with the aid of numerous people working with EM, conducted support activities using EM throughout the effected region.

Activities in Iwate and Miyagi prefectures were taken over by local volunteers, and many local governments there are proactively using EM. In contrast, efforts to counter radioactive contamination, mainly in Fukushima, are slow and have made little headway. Based on local experimental results done by EMRO, U-net has set up twenty-seven bases to deal with radiation; at the same time, they are also providing instruction on dealing with radioactive contamination in regions that express an interest.

The results have been widely reported on in this site, in DND (an online magazine), and in the magazine Kenko Seikatsu Sengen, but I was concerned that this information was not thoroughly made known to the citizens of Fukushima Prefecture. Because of this, with the help of the Fukushima FM station, we have been broadcasting a program once a week since July of this year, reporting on successful results in dealing with radiation throughout Fukushima. The U-net and EMRO Fukushima Annex has been in charge of this.

This experiment has been very successful. The title of the radio program is Utsukushima EM Paradise, a play on words that combines the words “beautiful” and “Fukushima.” This title expresses the hope that Fukushima, contaminated with radiation and with little hope for the future, can become a paradise through the use of EM. The Nihonmatsu City civic hall can hold 1,200 people and the information presented at the Forum will be of great use not only to people from Fukushima but to everyone in hot spot regions who are struggling with radioactive contamination. Details can be found by contacting U-net (Fax: 03-5427-5890, email address: info@unet.or.jp).

This environmental forum will be an opportunity to more thoroughly learn and distribute information about how to deal with radioactive contamination, will add new information, and will help further expand and strengthen the efforts to use EM to help clean up contamination. In order to accomplish this, I am thinking of reducing the scale of the forum but holding it twice a year, rotating the location.

As is already clear, if Fukushima Prefecture thoroughly uses EM in every locale, I am confident that it will indeed become an Utsukushima EM Paradise.


Dr. Higa’s book A New Earth Saving Revolution.


Dr. Higa’s book The Law of Syntropy (Revitalization)


An experimental field in Iitate village.


Preparing to use Activated EM.


Spraying EM on a playing field (Minami Soma City).
 
 
 
 
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