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    Electrocuture if over 270 years old and is the science of using high voltage to influence the growth of plants. Plants grow faster, stronger, need less nutrients, pesticides and other additives. Many of these methods are to simulate the Earth’s natural dielectric field that exists between the ground and the ionosphere.

    Throughout almost three-hundred years of experiments, field trials, stringent academic research, etc. it has become indisputable that simply using electrostatic potential can drastically alter how plants grow.

    Another benefit is that if only high voltage potential is used, current is not flowing so it does energy is not expended on the plant. The only energy loss is in the transformer’s magnetizing losses in order to create the high voltage field. It is a true free-energy technology because the increase in growth in the plants is way more than the energy expended to treat them.

    In the last 1980’s and early 1990’s, a large pharmaceutical giant had some scientists on their team that were experimenting with high voltage fields on cells and no matter how the cells were deprived of light, oxygen, nutrients, etc. they continued to thrive as long as they were exposed to high voltage fields.

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    That was the inspiration to move into other experiments where germinating seeds and fertilized fish eggs were treated and something very unexpected happened. Growth not only increased, but the gene expression changed!

    When corn seeds were treated, they went on to grow corn that had 5-12 ears of corn per plant!




    When fern spores were treated, they grew into a fern that had been extinct for over 1 MILLION YEARS! Top image is the normal fern you seen today. The one below that is what grew after the treatment and fossil evidence shows that the non-micro serrated fern leaves have not been in existence for over 1 Million years!




    When wheat was treated, it grew “SUPERWHEAT” that was ready to harvests in 4 weeks rather than 6-7 months!!! The ears were smaller, but there were more per plant. That is about 650% FASTER than normal wheat and it is stronger, more nutrient rich, more disease and pest resistant, etc.





    When trout eggs were treated, trout hatched that had “Salmon Hooks”, which had not been seen on this trout for over 150 years since they had been extinct! The one on the left is the normal trout of today. The one on the right is what hatched after eggs from the type on the left were treated. They grew “Salmon Hooks”, grew about 30% bigger, 30% faster, were more disease resistant, were stronger and more aggressive swimmers, etc.



    The video excerpt below does not go into this amazing and unusual but highly beneficial effect, but is but a small sample of what is discussed in this presentation.

    GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) promises to feed the world, have more disease and pest resistant plants, more abundant harvests, etc. but the empirical evidence is that it is Pandora’s box where none of these benefits are realized long term and they are causing environmental and financial catastrophes all over the world. This is why so many countries are banning GMO seed crops because it isn’t speculation, it is fact that GMO plants are dangerous, cause cancer, among countless other negative effects.

    High Voltage seed treatment simply supplies the potential for germinating seeds (or eggs) to access the dormant genetics that are ALREADY inside the DNA. Therefore, no genes are changed, the potential is there to simply access the genetic programming that nature itself has built into the plants.

    The potential is for larger and faster harvests with higher quality food, less fertilizers and little to no herbicides or pesticides. And, for the fact that it takes almost no energy to accomplish these amazing benefits, we could very well be on our way to abundant food production for the entire world without crossing the danger zone that GMOs are known for.

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    Hey Aaron-

    How would you rate the difficulty of being able to build an electroculture device for experimentation in my aquaponics system, using the package above? Easy for the average builder, or requiring more advanced skills/tools?

    I have a large system, 3500 gallon fish pond and a 30x30 space with multiple grow beds. Very interested in this tech...

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    Hi Aaron,
    I would like to know if within this package there are instructions for a person with some basic electrical knowledge to build a seed zapping machine.
    I ask because I read this, "REVEALED: The Simple Method that any Proficient Engineer can Experiment with -"

    I've been interested in electroculture for some time but always hit a road block of some sort. I made a little copper rod with copper spiral do dad that John Bedini talked about somewhereand stuck it next to a peach tree, but I cannot say for sure if it is of any benefit. It's been there for a couple of years but I do not see much change from the previous years. In other words, no rapid or noticeable changes to regular growth or fruit quality that I can notice.
    I think in the Cejka files, ( I don't remember where i got it from), there was a paper on making single loop copper wire wiz-bang that would sit on the rim of pots, one end bent into the dirt and the other end pointing toward the sky, that I will be trying once I get my hands on some 12 gauge enamelled copper wire or if I enamel coat some bare wire I have here.

    I'm guessing that there are other electroculture techniques within the package as well?

    Thank you for your time Aaron,
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Branch Gordon View Post
    Hey Aaron-

    How would you rate the difficulty of being able to build an electroculture device for experimentation in my aquaponics system, using the package above? Easy for the average builder, or requiring more advanced skills/tools?

    I have a large system, 3500 gallon fish pond and a 30x30 space with multiple grow beds. Very interested in this tech...
    Hi Branch and Mike,

    The concept is very simple - the hardest part will be in finding a suitable HV transformer - has to be a potential transformer that is suited for being open circuit on the HV side permanately. Microwave oven transformers and others like that are designed for current to flow and are not good. Basically, you rectify the HV output and put a cap across it to make it HV stead DC potential at 2 plates. This is common in most hv electroculture methods.

    For this gene expression changing method, it is basically that setup, but it is much higher voltage per cm that is normally used in electroculture methods and I mean a lot more. The patents I included have some of those protocols. I'll be adding more info to that package later. When I can find a reliable source for these kind of transformers that don't cost a fortune, I'll put together a standardized schematic and parts list for the build.

    Mike, the presentation shows the history of electroculture and the common methods, but it's focus is to lead up to the gene expression changing concept.
    Aaron Murakami





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    Thank you once again Aaron.

    Mike

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    Thanks Aaron! I'll probably wait until you or someone is able to find a cheaper/reliable transformer, and then purchase. I can do some great experimentation here and validate results if we can get a good standardized, cheap build going.

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    Hi Branch and Mike,

    The concept is very simple - the hardest part will be in finding a suitable HV transformer - has to be a potential transformer that is suited for being open circuit on the HV side permanately. Microwave oven transformers and others like that are designed for current to flow and are not good. Basically, you rectify the HV output and put a cap across it to make it HV stead DC potential at 2 plates. This is common in most hv electroculture methods.

    For this gene expression changing method, it is basically that setup, but it is much higher voltage per cm that is normally used in electroculture methods and I mean a lot more. The patents I included have some of those protocols. I'll be adding more info to that package later. When I can find a reliable source for these kind of transformers that don't cost a fortune, I'll put together a standardized schematic and parts list for the build.

    Mike, the presentation shows the history of electroculture and the common methods, but it's focus is to lead up to the gene expression changing concept.

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    Hi Aaron,

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    ...................The concept is very simple - the hardest part will be in finding a suitable HV transformer - has to be a potential transformer that is suited for being open circuit on the HV side permanately. ........................
    What voltage is required for the electroculture device? Would the voltage of an insect zapper be high enough? They run continuously at open voltage on the secondary.
    Gary Hammond,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Hammond View Post
    Hi Aaron,



    What voltage is required for the electroculture device? Would the voltage of an insect zapper be high enough? They run continuously at open voltage on the secondary.
    That might actually work.

    At the most, 1500 v/cm down to 750v/cm - there is some variation below and above that. I'm in contact with someone that has been doing this for 20 years and each seed has a specific range - trying to get more details.
    Aaron Murakami





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