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Wizardry: how to make an immense mound or terraform vast areas of the earth.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 0:MV8xMTk0MzVfMjk4NTM0Nl9FNzJCNjQ0QQ==] BARDSQUILL: some kind of fractal life form in that black soil similar to a microbe although they havenīt isolated the microbe... == See orgonon energy, Kenton. http://www.google.com/search?biw=1259&hl=en&q=orgonon+energy In 1945, Reich performed an experimental investigation of primary biogenesis, which he called "Experiment XX." He boiled screened garden soil for one hour, or autoclaved it at fifteen pounds pressure for a half-hour, and then filtered the water from the boiled soil. The yellowish liquid was then sealed in vials and frozen in the freezer compartment of a refrigerator. Freezing produced a concentration of the yellow in the center of the ice after a week, and upon thawing at this time, white and brown plasmatic flakes appeared. The flakes increased markedly in two to three weeks, and microscopic study revealed that they increased both by adding substance and by division. In a few more weeks, they changed to strongly radiating bionous heaps, and, kept sterile, the spherical bions developed into bean-shaped, immobile forms, which later became mobile protozoa. Reich was thus able to demonstrate that living protozoa forms could develop from mass-free orgone energy which was released from the soil by the boiling. http://www.orgonomy.org/wr/reich_bio_02.html Note: They put Reich in prison where he "mysteriously" died in a short time. Then they tried to burn all his papers, etc. [/quote]
BARDSQUILL: been looking at Bolivia more, they had an awesome program on Discovery
ONLINE FRIEND hmmm
BARDSQUILL: Central Amazon area is incredible, massive terraforming, millions of people then disease wiped them ALL out
BARDSQUILL: but they seemed to have a secret
BARDSQUILL: there are areas of black soil they call the terra preta and it is alive in ways we have forgotten and with implications that are staggering [growing back even when mined]
BARDSQUILL: science hasnīt quite figured it out
BARDSQUILL: some kind of fractal life form in that black soil similar to a microbe although they havenīt isolated the microbe...
BARDSQUILL: Beginning to think that the thousands of mounds (and other terraforming feats) were created by directing that soil-fractal-entity to make a mound
BARDSQUILL: they "grew" the mounds
BARDSQUILL: like some kind of nano-tech
ONLINE FRIEND whoa
BARDSQUILL: nano-tech is more than little machines, rather little living critters...
ONLINE FRIEND agreed...
boundary tween life and tech getting more and more fuzzy...
BARDSQUILL: perhaps crop-circles play in this too, these critters have possibly found a way to communicate back.
BARDSQUILL: Even megalithic stoneworks might figure into this too, rather than manipulating the huge, those old wizards, utilizing a lost tech, manipulated the very small...
BARDSQUILL: fractal geometry is the best interface we have with all this nowadays
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