Plant Morphology

     The root of the plant is equal to the immune system of whatever human being or whatever animal consumes that plant or animal. And if that plant’s root is not healthy, then the animal is not healthy and if the person eats the animal, then they're missing that also. As you look at the root of the plant, you can tell exactly how healthy the person is that consumes that plant or the animal that consumes that plant. If you destroy what they call the microhorizal fungi or horizon that surround that root, that's supportive of every nutrient that goes into that uptake to what they call the metabolism of that plant. it's like cutting off its nutrient supply.

   That root, and our bodies, have what we call meridians. Those meridians are the life flow to that body and if you cut the supply of nutrients, it's just like in trees. If you have a bad insect, for instance, that starts laying its larvae, you know, like in the pine beetle or the ash borer they lay their larvae underneath the bark, which is actually the phloem of the plant, the tree and that larvae feeds on the fungi that's created through the Phloem and Xylem and as it feeds on this, it cuts off the nutrient supply and that's why the tree dies. And that's the secret of Beetle Juice, and that's also what the long term negative effect of the glyphosate. it is a very strong, broad spectrum chelate.

 It will tie up because you have different pathways in the plant, just like you have pathways in trees, and you also have those same pathways in the human body. The pathways in the human body is what we call meridians in the body and those meridians are the pathways to every organ in the body which homeopathics has practiced for thousands of years. If you have a meridian in the body that say, for instance, from a toe, that represents one toe that can represent the different organs in the body or even your fingers that represent different organs in the body. Its all done through frequencies that are transported through these meridians that are naturally there. It’s the same thing with plants. There is no difference between every living thing on the planet.

 The biophotonic energy is the caloric capacity that energizes every water molecule. Another big element is the clustered form of those water molecules. If you get water that gets conglomerated or conglomerates like — say calcium and magnesium. Those conglomerates, as they crystalize through oxidation have natural oxidation that takes place with water because there is oxygen in the water and that's what forms TDS, but when that takes place and you have calcium and magnesium that crystalizes, forming form together. But also, that water doesn't allow the surface area to expand. It forms a smaller surface area. It relates to a smaller surface energy and the smaller they are, those conglomerates start building upon each other and, in hard water molecules, you might have anywhere from maybe 20 to 100 molecules to make one cluster in a given volume of water.
 When that happens, then you can to visualize it as if it were a chain link fence, that represents the cell wall itself.

If you have a lot of your conglomerates that are in the water, it's like trying to throw baseballs at a chain link fence; however, when you put smaller structures or smaller, lower molecules to make a cluster in a given volume, you have many, many more of them. It relates to a larger surface area of that given volume. It expands the surface of the water and now it actually puts that into a smaller clustered form like marbles instead of baseballs trying to go through that chain link fence.

 Now, throw those marbles at that chain link fence. How many are going to get through? All of them. If you throw baseballs at a chain link fence, measuring the conglomerates of a larger water clusters, they aren't going to break through. That's dehydration. But it takes energy. It's just like if you have reverse osmosis you have are distilling the water. That takes all the energy out of it, it doesn't have the wavelengths. It is the same reasoning as why a microwave oven is so bad on food stuffs and on waters, because micro, meaning small, means it has a micro wavelength. In other words, water has a certain wavelength to it that transports energy but if you micro you chop that wavelength it breaks it up. You stop its flow of energy making little energy available to anything it comes in contact with. So in the body, you stop the energy flow of that food or water source that you put in there. You stop the energy form of it by breaking it off into hundreds of different small waves.

 This is how anything negative to the body is encapsulated within the water molecule and is not released as long as it remains H2O, unless it does this by frequency. The low frequency is going to be absorbed within the molecule itself and will not be released to the body. This isn't just an animal, it relates to human beings as well. But every animal or human being, is born with learned immunity capabilities. And the mechanisms of defense that relate, basically, to a call for help through these learned immunity capabilities in the immune system such as the white blood cells that react to any foreign substance, like a bacteria, toxin or virus. Because frequencies which are your bacterias, toxins or viruses, are all capable of simulating and when they're stimulated by an antigen which is your white blood cells, then they mature into cells that make antibodies. And it's those antibodies, then, that are proteins and that interact with any antigen, such as your bacteria, toxin, your virus and basically determines the antibiotic or antibody class.

All these things in the total immune system relate to the specific structure of wavelengths or specific structure of frequency because everything of its kind has a frequency of its own. And that's the importance of biophoton energy, life-giving energy, and the frequencies of everything that that water has been in contact with over again in a period of time.

Now we were talking about nanotechnology. Actually, what you're talking about is frequencies, even though you're going down to a billionth of a centimeter. And in nanotechnology you're still working with frequencies and that's if people can get that spaced in the cells — that's the only way they communicate in the body. No other way do they communicate. All water has a wavelength and that wavelength determines the frequency. The wavelength is what interconnects from Point A to Point B to Point C, etc., etc. These interconnecting wavelengths or frequencies carry in and make contact with all the extracellular fluid that surrounds itself and with all the blood plasma which is also 90 percent water.

So it can have communication through all of these things and what is called the sodium/potassium pump within the body which is responsible for every biological process that takes place in the body. In the first place the sodium/potassium pump relates to the inner cell, extracellular fluids and the contacts that they communicate back and forth, through that interchange in the form of electrons. Within the inner cell, you have your potassium and you have your magnesium. Potassium is a single positive charge, magnesium is a double positive charge but the form of electrons that each contains –potassium contains 39 electrons; magnesium contains 12 electrons per atom within the cell itself.

This is how you balance the metabolism. Within the cell itself, you have 63 electrons. The two basic assaults that are in the cell, in this extracellular fluid that surround the inner cell is your sodium and your calcium. Sodium has one positive charge of 23 electrons, calcium has 2 charges, positive, of 20 electrons per atom. There are 63 electrons, extracellular. They do an interchange with one another. That's what you call the sodium/potassium pump within the body.

 When they do an interchange, it creates a spark like the ignition system in an automobile. Once that spark is ignited, that's what creates the energy to spark and burn the gas to power the engine to move the vehicle. Same thing happens in the cellular tissues of the body. Once it's metabolized, balanced metabolism, to intergenerate – it creates a spark that is called cellular communication.

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Gordy Jordahl and Charles Hinkley