Theoretically speaking, palms and magnolias might have perished just from the frost and snow, not to mention the effects of the summer heat. The fact is that plants inevitably
suffer from shock after withstanding the relentless effects of the sun for three summer months. As previously mentioned, since the very beginning of our project and the laying out
of our park and garden, we have had the active participation of noted French botanist, Professor Gerard Chartier. He is the author of four books on tree and plant life and a
prominent specialist in the breeding of plants.
By the beginning of winter several trees had died in our park and garden. My wife Svetlana asked him why the trees had been dying. He said with some vexation in his voice
that a great many plants are expected to die from shock. He explained that many plants expend their vital energy in order to survive during the heat and then have nothing left to
wake up with after the winter. It was a very unpleasant surprise for us to hear this. For Professor Chartier this natural phenomenon was an inevitable evil as well as for all the
other botanists and those who deal with soil and plants. They have no choice other than trying to salvage what they can and cut away all the dead trees. Approximately eighty
percents of plants die of shock after similar natural ordeals and exposure. As for young and recently seeded plants... they clearly have no chance.
After learning about the phenomenon of shock and its cause, I had an idea of how to prevent the death of plants and trees from exhaustion of their vital energy. To implement
this I made some changes in the field generator under our castle. The essence of these additional changes is to recover the expended vitality of the plants, thereby saving them from
death. And again, as in most cases, my intervention worked. However, before dealing with the results, I would like to explain some aspects.
Plants as well as animals have their own spirits. Each spirit consists of the second and third material bodies (the so-called ether and astral bodies). That is why they are able
to experience a spectrum of emotions and senses and possess a certain intellect. Plants differ from animal organisms greatly but it does not mean that they are unable to have
consciousness. It is simply that their "nervous system" differs dramatically from the nervous system of animal organisms. However, they have "nerves" and do react with their
own resources to whatever happens around them and with them. Plants are afraid of death as well as any other living creature. They feel everything — when they will be chopped
down, whenever their branches are broken or cut, or even when someone tears off or eats their leaves or flowers, etc.
When I first embarked upon my study of nature, one experiment I performed absolutely stunned me. I took a match and slightly seared a leaf on a tree. To my great surprise the
whole tree reacted with pain to this seemingly insignificant action! The tree felt that I had seared its leaf and obviously did not like it. Responding to my kind of "innocent" action
the tree mobilized all its forces in anticipation of another unpleasant surprise from me and prepared its defenses to meet everything decreed by fate. The tree changed its psi-field
quickly preparing itself to retaliate against the enemy with the aid of its field defenses. It is the only weapon (other than the excretion of vegetable poisons, thorns and barbs) that
plants have at their disposal.
The effects of a riposte (counter-thrust) delivered by a tree or any other plant may not show up at once. However, they result in damages at the level of the assailant’s spirit
that later may manifest as a weakening of the body and even illness. Every life form protects itself as best it can and none (including plants) wants to be someone's breakfast, lunch
or dinner… I moved away from the suffering tree after such an unusual reaction to my searing its leaf. Almost instantly the tree returned to its normal state... I then asked another
person to approach the tree without harming it any way. This time the tree did not alter its state at all. However, when I approached the tree without any matches it immediately
reacted defensively — preparing in advance for any possible dirty tricks on my part. The tree had memorized that it was I who did it harm and just in case was prepared for other
possible problems on my part.
Interesting, isn’t it? A plant, a tree in this case, is able to distinguish psi-fields of different people and memorize those that hurt it. Plants do not have eyes, ears and other sense
organs like we do, but they do at the level of fields have their own perceptual apparatus. They "see", "hear" and "communicate" at the field level, communicate telepathically
among themselves and possess their own kind of consciousness — though it differs dramatically from the kind we are used to. They experience pain and like any other living
creature do not want to die, but they cannot scream with pain as animals do.
They simply lack the lungs to create the kind of sounds that we do, but it does not mean that they cannot feel. They express their emotions, senses, and ideas differently than
animals, including man. Somehow there is a totally erroneous notion circulating around, that it is bad to eat the meat of animals and fish, etc. because this constitutes the killing
of animals. On the contrary, it is believed that, vegetable foods are "created by God" so eating them is "innocent". Allegedly, plants were created in order to satisfy everyone!
Actually, there is no difference between eating plants or animals. Whatever the case, to prolong one life it is necessary to take another life. By the same token, fruits and vegetables
are not "created" to satisfy somebody's stomachs except for cases wherein the seeds of a new plant life (the plant’s progeny) are hidden in a hard protective coat to save them from
Furthermore, in this case – the juicy flesh of fruits and vegetables around their seeds is intended by nature to provide a nourishing environment for future sprouts. However, the
hard shells of angiosperm seeds save them from being digested in stomachs so that after "liberation from their captivity," the organic and inorganic substances accompanying this
"liberation" give seeds an opportunity to begin a new life. The fact is that every seed contains the spirit of a specific adult plant, which is "attached" to it. After germination of the
seed a growing vegetable organism simply fills this matrix-spirit. In other words, the vegetable biomass simply "fills" and inhabits the blueprint-spirit of this plant during its growth.
The spirit of the plant is a matrix, which ultimately determines the size of the adult plant.
Several research studies on electric potentials around plant seeds have yielded phenomenal results in this regard. After data processing the results, scientists made the surprising
discovery that the three-dimensional projection of measurement data around a buttercup seed perfectly duplicated the shape of an adult buttercup plant. The seed had never been placed
in nutrient soil, nor even "broken the egg-shell" yet a matrix of the adult plant was already present. Again we run into his majesty, "Chance." Had the researchers performed this
experiment on a cedar nut or an apple-tree seed instead of a buttercup seed the scientists would hardly have succeeded in "seeing" spirits of the larger plants. That would not mean
that they are absent. The reason is rather simple – the size of adult plants like the cedar and the apple-tree is too large. That is why nobody would even think about measuring electric
potentials at such a distance from the seed on adult vegetation of such magnitude. Then by accident a scientist investigated the seed of a buttercup, which yields an adult plant that is
small. And only owing to this was it possible to see a miracle – the spirit of an adult plant attached to a seed...
Thus, the spirit of the adult plant is attached to every seed, grain or nut. Therefore, when these seeds germinate, young sprouts begin to grow shaping themselves according to the
image and likeness of the spirit and gradually filling it. Up to the moment of formation of the adult plant the size of the immature plant and the size of the spirit more or less coincide.
The field generator which I placed under our castle operates as follows: it saturates the spirits of our plants with certain specific streams of primary matters that give rise to the
development of plant spirits. This causes them to increase in size and consequently the plants also increase in size. However, a "simple" increase in the size of the spirit will not
result in the gigantism of plants. It is imperative, that the volume of the vegetable biomass created within a unit time of the active growth period correspond to the given size of the
plant’s spirit. This is only possible if we change the value of the Biological Degree of Efficiency (BDE). The BDE of angiosperm plants is capable of reaching 10%.
(See Nicolai Levashov, Final Appeal to Mankind, Chapter 4). Therefore, in order to match shape with content, the field generator changes the BDE of plants several times over.
Thus, the plants’ chromosomes are minimally altered. As a result, young nursery transplants and the seeds of the adult plants respond maximally to the influence of the field
And now a few observations as to why plants experience shock and die of it. During spring and summer plants foliate, blossom and bear fruit and also actively synthesize their
vegetable biomass. At that level the exchange processes in plants are at their highest. As a result, the bodies (astral and ether) of the plants’ spirits are actively saturated with streams
of primary matters, which provide photo-synthesis. During the spring - summer period the spirits of the plants receive maximal saturation with primary matters. After that the processes
of exchange slow down to a minimum. With angiosperm plants it happens when they shed their leaves; with gymnosperm plants, when the cold weather is setting in. At this moment of
hibernation the spirits of plants achieve the highest level of saturation with primary matters.
During spring warming this super-saturation of the spirits of plants creates and directs the stream of primary matters towards the physically dense bodies of plants. This additional
saturation accelerates exchange processes within the plants while the ambient temperature is still quite low, and exactly this phenomenon allows plants to "awaken" after their hibernation.
Moreover, this super saturation of the plants’ spirits during their hibernation plays the same role as a bear’s fat. The slow flow of primary matters from the spirits of the plants to their
physically dense bodies maintains them at a life-support level.
Plants create this winter supply during the spring and summer. The amount of their "winter fat" and the degree of surplus saturation of the plants’ spirits depend upon the weather
conditions. The more favorable they are the greater the "winter fat" and the higher degree of surplus saturation. In case of drought and strong heat plants already begin to "burn" their
winter supply in the summer in order to survive. Such unfavorable environmental conditions thrust plants into a state close to hibernation. Only in this case the absence of water does
not result in their death. Deceleration of exchange processes to the minimum during a drought preserves arboreal sap – the blood of plants. It is purely a protective mechanism. If the
drought is not too long the effects of such "hibernation" in midsummer are insignificant for plants and they can quickly restore their needed supply of "winter fat".
In case of long-drawn out drought plants do not have time to recover the optimum level of surplus saturation of their spirits by primary matters. That is why at the beginning of a
fall - winter period, the remaining supplies of "winter fat" are not enough to maintain the life support level of exchange processes. What remains of the plant spirits’ super-saturation
by primary matters can maintain their vitality at the life-support level. However, as this surplus is consumed, the vital processes within the plants slow down more and more until
almost fully extinguished. Plants then enter a metabolic state of "clinical death". If at this moment there is no further active saturation of plants’ spirits by primary matters up to the
viable level, plants remain in a state of "clinical death" and entirely succumb. Since there is no reason to expect a sharp rise in temperature during the winter ... plants begin to die.
Therefore, the only way to rescue our plants from this sorrowful lot was to saturate their spirits with primary matters up to the optimum level, to restore their failing «winter fat».
To this end I made some alterations in the field generator that began saturating the plants’ spirits and they, in turn, started "putting on flesh" before our very eyes. Now we had only
to wait for their spring awakening...
At the beginning of spring almost all our trees and plants came back to life — even those, which were already marked as dying. Life actually awakened in them again — as if
exiting their "clinical death". I had never done anything like that before. It turned out that plants could experience "clinical death" and that it was also possible to help them out of it.
To our great joy our park and magnolia garden began to come back to life after suffering both the sultry and dry summer and the extraordinarily cold and snowy winter. In the
beginning of March, the magnolias already had their first buds even as unexpected frosts struck and all buds were covered with ice (Puc.4). Every bud was encrusted with ice and
turned into an icicle. And for several days there were pretty strong night frosts. When they finally stopped, all buds turned black and fell off. Most harmful for trees and plants is
when frosts strike after the plants’ "blood" (arboreal sap) begins to move from roots through a trunk to their branches.
And then… it was raining almost without a break. Sometimes all day and night. There was so much water, it was as if it had filled all possible empty spaces in the earth and
had begun to ooze out through the soil like blood from a wound. All rivers of the Valley of Kings overflowed and bridges across the Cher and Vienne rivers became inaccessible
to any transportation for almost for a month. All inhabitants of the valley had to reach the nearest cities via detours. However, even these spring gifts of nature were unable to stop
our magnolias. Darkened buds fell off and new ones appeared in their stead.
After such a cold spring magnolias "opened their eyes" for the first time and again a pleasant surprise was awaiting us. Usually the first spring magnolia flowers are smaller
than the second or third crop. In the first article The Source of life-1I described magnolias of the last flowering, which had to be the largest. The dimensions of magnolia flowers
that have already blossomed out are staggering as well as, one might say, their star beauty.
For example, the magnolia "John John", a hybrid found by Tod Gresham, is of unknown origin. The flowers of this magnolia attain a maximum of 20 cm in diameter.
It was bred and named by John Allen Smith in a magnolia nursery from the small town of Chunchula, Alabama. Tod Gresham discovered this hybrid there and placed it in the
Gloster Arboretum, a famous tree nursery. In our magnolia garden the first, "smallest" flower that bloomed was the magnolia "John John" at «just» 48 cm in diameter!!!
(Puc.5). I call special attention to this — since it happened after such unusual environmental conditions during last summer and winter of 2005-2006 and after the frosts in March.
Moreover, the next day the "eye" of another bud of this magnolia opened and we were staggered by its size — the diameter of the flower was 52 cm!!! (Puc.6).
Usually flowers of this magnolia have simple even petals. In the picture we can clearly see not only the enormous size of its flowers but also a further result — namely, that the
petals of these flowers had changed to a wavy configuration...