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Borderland: Agricultural psychotronics
DOES AGRICULTURAL PSYCHOTRONICS REALLY WORK?
By William S. Peavy, Ph.D.
Modern agriculture is beset by many problems including : (1) pollution
of food, feed and water by pesticides, herbicides and microorganisms and
food additives, (2) deficiency of one or more of the 16 essential
nutrients in the soil, (3) excessively high levels of one or more of the
chemical elements in the soil or water, such as sodium or selenium,
causing toxicities or soil physical problems, (4) water penetration
problems in the soil, (5) poor soil physical condition (poor aeration,
low organic matter, low water infiltration rates), (6) insects and
diseases, (7) weeds, (8) adverse weather conditions, (9) usury financing
by borrowed capital, (10) marketing problems, and (11) sufficient labor,
especially for hand-harvested crops.
Agricultural psychotronics claims to be able to solve or help solve
problems (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and possibly some of the others.
Solving even one of the above problems would be an impressive
achievement and a great benefit to farmers and those who consume
farmers' products along with cleaning up the ecosystem.
Agricultural psychotronics is the study of the manipulation of subtle
energies in agriculture to solve problems that occur in growing crops
and animals by a trained operator who uses electronic-like devices.
Psychotronics holds that minerals, plants, and animals emit subtle
radiations which can be tuned into, much as you tune a radio to bring in
a certain station, that a healthy plant has a normal frequency or
vibration called a "rate", that sickness manifests as an abnormal
frequency and that a trained operator with a properly-made psychotronic
device can broadcast a normal frequency to a sick plant or animal that
restores the normal, healthy frequency so that recovery results.
Impressive claims are made for agricultural psychotronics: Source "A":
(1) "Many of our customers use the 'ABC' Analyzer...to clean the
broiler's feed or
herbicides and pesticides."
Does "clean" mean to neutralize the herbicides and pesticides? What is
proof of this and where are the numbers? Was response measured in terms
improved health, vigor, gain of the birds and/or chemical analysis or
before and after treatment or was it a subjective evaluation? Are the
of the poisons changed into harmless compounds or is it just that their
radiations changed to harmless frequencies?
(2) "The "XYZ" device is designed to balance the soil...to aid the
plants in their
transmutation of elements into what they feed upon. It is not necessary
fertilizers when the "XYZ" device is used."
What does "balance the soil" mean? Transmutation statement: Is this a
that with aid from the device, a plant growing in pure sand (silicon
can change the silicon dioxide into the 13 essential soil-borne
must have for normal growth? What is the proof of this? No fertilizer
when there are serious shortages of the 13 essential soil-borne
nutrients in a
soil? How can the device supply the missing elements? Is it the
are missing it is supposed to supply or the energy frequencies
these elements? If the crop is corn grown in a poor soil but a good
by use of the device, can the corn grain be analyzed by chemical
found to have a normal composition?
This source claims worms in ears of sweet corn can be destroyed while
away in an ear of corn leaving only a drop of water in place of the worm.
Source "C" and "D":
Both these say things similar to Source "A". They all state how their
instruments balance the soil, raise the energy levels of plants, animals
soil but fail to say if these are correlated with better yields in most
and if this correlation is made it is vague as to how much more yield or
much more quality and what the value of the treatment was in dollars
paying for the cost of the treatment.
What about hard data from controlled field trials where 4 treated strips
and mixed in with 4 untreated strips or fields, then each strip or field
harvested separately, the yields for treated vs untreated averaged, then
To make sales of a new method or device you must first gain credibility.
In agriculture, you gain credibility by properly planned and properly
carried out field trials where treatments are random and replicable.
University agricultural workers (active or retired) are qualified to do
this type of research and when results are positive, have the
credibility that sells new ideas, methods products or devices.
In changing human states of consciousness and even healing, such hard
data as described above may not be necessary or may be extremely
difficult to come by. But in agriculture, the methods and approach is
direct, easy to carry out and easy to evaluate. Take a big orchard that
has been plagued with insects. You select 8 strips (rows) with buffer
rows between, randomly arrange these rows, take an aerial photograph of
the orchard, cut out strips containing images of the 4 to-be-treated
rows and place these strips of photographs in the treatment cavity of
the instrument, set the dials and treat the strips to destroy the insect.
Then go out and make counts of insect infestation every day for a week.
Then keep a record of the bushels of fruit harvested from treated vs
untreated strips and not the quality. When treated strips have yields
and quality equal to the best sprayed orchards then you've proved a fact
of enormous importance. Cost? Plenty! but simpler tests can be made
using short rows of garden vegetables 5 to 10 feet long each. With
these small plots you can stand on a stepladder to take the photos
rather than hire an aerial photographer.
The question is: who is going to do this important work and when?
(Wm. S. Peavy is editor of ABUNDANT LIVING newsletter, published by SMA
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