GARDENERS & GROWERS Public Teaching
Book One Workshops One to Five
Jimmy and Lisa MacDonald
Transcribed and Published by Kf New Zealand Transcriptions
October 13, 2017,
The Workshops Series \can be found on YouTube at
Plasma School Library Australia
Cover Picture: Jimmy & Lisa’s healthy and happy plasmatic Lettuce
First Public Teaching 27th November, 2016
The Unseen Fields
Concept One, The Vertical People
Three take-home concepts
We feed our Plants with our Emotions
What is the Purpose of the Vertical People?
Interaction of Crystals and Plants
Why does Music affect the Vertical People?
What is the best way to grow a large Healthy Plant?
Introducing Klaus (K2) from Austria
A Plasma Soil Activator
Is there an increase in Nutritional Value in Plasmatised Vegetables?
Klaus demonstrates his Amazing Compost
Klaus demonstrates structure and crystallisation of waters showing effects of different minerals and elements
Second Public Teaching 11th December 2016
The Joy of Weeds
Why we use the CO2 Gans in nature and on plants and why it actually works
Fires in Nature
Creating Torus Fields around our Plants
Voice Z adds to the Knowledge
Nano coating of Plastic Tubes gets stronger with time
Do we use GaNS or GaNS water?
Neil and Trish from New Zealand show their Farm
Third Public Teaching 8th January, 2017
Today we’re going to look at Seeds
Conclusion of first experiment was that to get any effect the seeds need soaking in GaNS water and not just exposure to the Fields
A different way of looking at Seeds
Effect of soaking Seeds in Plasma water
You create a condition around the Plant
A Look at Original Seed
Soaking in CO2 water returns seeds towards the Original Seed
Do we have a method of returning seeds to an Optimal Level?
Ross is watering his Tomatoes with GaNS water
Nicole is soaking her Seeds
Burning Weeds to make an Ash
A Report from Neil and Trish
Fourth Public Teaching 22ndJanuary 2017
Fridge trials with Micro Radish
Food shelf life with Plasma Water
Growing tomatoes through the Winter
Effects of extreme summer heat on Lettuce
Klaus reports an experiment with GaNSes on special acupuncture points on the Earth
Klaus shows his Tomatoes
Working with Water from the Viktor Schauberger Vortex systems
Going back to the Earth Energy Points
Plasma Pest Management
Summarising the Experiments in Australia
Burundi Farmer finds new technique for preserving Tomatoes
Miraculous plant propagation by Gunay in Turkey
Linking with Viktor Schauberger
Fifth Public Teaching 12thFebruary, 2017
The Seasons And Their Effects On Plants.
The Creation of Life at The Boundary of Our Atmosphere
Understanding the Field‑strength Changes coming in
Why Plants Die In Winter:
Applying the Knowledge To CO2Production
Magnesium is in the Blood of the Plant, in the Chloropyll
Klaus’s Basalt Pendulums
This is the first of 4 books of transcriptions of a series of Gardeners and Growers workshops run by Jimmy and Lisa MacDonald, who first appeared on the Keshe foundation Knowledge Seeker workshops in mid 2015 with some inspiring reports of their experiments growing commercial lettuce in an aquaponics system in New South Wales, Australia. With a small bottle of CO2 GANS immersed in the water flow they reported getting fantastic results in terms of the health and growth of the lettuce, and also the incredibly long time the lettuce remained healthy and edible in the fridge…
This went on to further experiments over the next year, and then in November 2016 they began to give this inspiring series of fortnightly workshops with public teaching for Gardeners and Growers everywhere. Watching these workshops on YouTube we realized that this was a great resource for people everywhere, not only to get fantastic results in our gardens, but also as a simple and understandable doorway into the Magrav and Plasma technology, with all of its other applications, including Free Energy, Water and Soil purification, Medical and Healing applications, Space ship construction and flight, and even finally to World Peace…
Thank you so much Jimmy and Lisa for this fantastic resource.
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