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Mar 18, 2023Liked by Reinette Senum

I grew up in Northern Europe and all houses are built of red bricks or yellow. Never heard about that. I know they use it for heat as it is very cold in the winter. Then for bigger apartments buildings many years ago they switched to cheaper ways and they are basically cement buildings. People started having lots of problems as the buildings were too tight and not breathing so indoor air was becoming a problem. The world truly is upside-down. Thanks to both of ypu. I watch a lot of Matt's videos and have shared them too since you had him on. I share your substacks all the time too.

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Mar 18, 2023Liked by Reinette Senum

Thank you for the absolute bliss

I was enamored with the wholeness and love and renewed hope for humanity's future

Words cannot describe it Reinette

Thank you to Matt and coming together for this interview extraordinaire

Love from my plants too......

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Reinette! This so crazy! I was just at my naturopath ye a terday and she was building electro rods for her garden. I sent it to my guy in Humboldt last night. You are WEIRD!

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Mar 18, 2023Liked by Reinette Senum

I will dive into this later, gotta run into town, do some chores. However I will comment that I'm looking to use electroculture in this season's garden already. In "09 I moved to Kneeland overlooking Humboldt Bay and the "Good ol' boy" neighbors warned that gardens didn't do well up there. (What? Was that a challenge?;-) Undetered and motivated, I learned about an audio gardening tool called "Sonic Bloom" which plays a frequency behind classical/instrumental music. This frequency stimulates the stomata (microscopic "mouths") to dilate and then I wouild foliarly spray under the leaves compost tea I was brewing for BOTH food & medicine gardens ;-) Before spraying I would add a natural citrus based cleaner concentrate called Bio-Wash which is a fertilizer booster and Cation Exchange inducer. This increased the BRIX Factor (sugar content), stimulated root growth and acted as a natural insecticide. So there I was, half naked, long hair, bearded & barefoot Humboldt Sasquatch playing Classical Music w/a "Chirping" sound behind it, spraying stuff on my garden and feeding my Blue Healer the morning "Squishies" we caught in gopher traps. Not sure why I was tagged "Crazy Dave" by neighbors? ;-) So the ultimate reward was handing the Mom from down the street fresh picked berries, salad and veggies galore when she took the kids to school. Can't wait to see what I can grow this time! Thank you for You Reinette! You Rock!

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Reinette, I love that there are people like you and Matt in the world who go beyond despair and fear and anger over what's happening to our planet and actually look for empowering solutions. From someone who sings to her plants and the trees in the woods, and is blessed to have a spring just down the road, I say THANK YOU with all of my heart for this wonderful conversation. 🌲💚

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How many of the 31 planned CO2 scrubbers have been built by Bill Gates billionaire friends around the world?

This is reverse geoengineering to stop or slow down photosynthesis.

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Yesterday I was driving to work, and begging the Great Spirit to HELP US, help the trees, help the bees, all the bugs, the bird, the critters... They're suffering, too...

And BOOM, I didn't even get online yesterday, so I was saving this...

WOWOWOWOWOWOW!!!! Sez the Dog! lol

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is HUGE, WONDERFUL, GLORIOUS!!!!!!!! I can't tell you the joy I feel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Reinette where did you get that water vortexing system? That was really cool, thanks for showing us. This was a great interview! I love Matt Roeske and what he talks about too. I have heard interviews with him too, so I jumped right into this one. But I'll listen to the others after I finish this one.

Where did you get the solid copper garden tools for your partner? I got a solid copper trowel from Etsy which is made from a single piece of copper pipe. I like the design. I have used it to transplant some self-seeded seedlings that were not in a good spot. Both celery and lettuce (which is so sensitive) and the phenomenal thing is that not a single one of the transplants wilted. Not even for a day. They were all strong and upright and looked healthy and happy. I swear I could feel their energy and they were strong, they were not traumatized or stressed at all from being transplanted. So I'm sold on them, and looking for more now. I'm also going to get a copper water can.

Crow from Crrow777Radio calls those right angles "angles of sorrow". They are unnatural, and they cause problems, just like Matt said.

Have you come across Mitch The Orgone Donor? https://www.theorgonedonor.com/

There are many of good interviews with him on Odysee. One of the things he makes is something he calls an Earth Pipe, made from a copper pipe which is filled with crushed crystal, quartz points wrapped in copper coils, and resin which puts the crystals under pressure creating the piezo electric effect that Matt talked about. I think you would be very interested in what he has to say and his projects.

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The Secret Life of Plants has a few electroculture experiments documented in the book

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QUESTION: I have a 15 ft roll of 'Slug & Snail Copper Barrier Tape', can that be used instead of Copper Wire? Also, instead of a wooden board, to wrap the copper, can one use Bamboo Garden Stakes?

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Great presentation, def. recommend learning about Viktor Schauberger (30 June 1885 – 25 September 1958). I am sure you have prev. recommended it, but here https://youtu.be/yXPrLGUGZsw.

Grew up in Michigan, land of copper culture, where it used to come out of the ground ready to form.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpmMY_Rcbd8 Copper cultures of old, to tie in.

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Mountain stream water flowing down a rocky stream bed gets naturally vortexed by flowing around all the stones. Birds singing in the overhanging trees early in the morning send energy into the vortexes, imbuing the water with energy. Many believe that this is why people that still live traditional lives in mountainous regions like the Himalayas and the Andes live so long.

In the 1920's Rudolf Steiner talked about how his farming ancestors would vortex manure tea while whistling to imitate birdsong.

Bird song is also a signal for plants to open the stomatic tissue in their leaves to accept the nutrients from bird droppings. When I spray vortexed manure tea onto my gardens, to get the plants to open their stomatic cells and make better use of the nutrients, I whistle while doing so.

The aquatic plants that grow in and clog up the canals you referred to, is natures way of trying to correct a problem. Gerald Pollack's work tells us that as the water passes through the plants it becomes structured.

Pollack and the work of Dr. Cowan also tells us that EMF's destructure water. This would bring into question the efficacy of the electrical device you are using to vortex your water. Dr. Cowan has talked about a number of nonelectrical systems to structure water.

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I grow every year. I've converted most of my backyard into a garden. It's called Ghost Gardens. Through most of the summer music is streamed throughout the garden. I don't know if it brings joy to the plants or how I'd measure it. The other thing I do is talk and touch. My garden also attracts an abundance of wildlife as well as bees. In my posts I interject gardening whenever I can, or simply close with these words, Grow food. At the bottom of this article is a picture of my garden. I'm not sure what year. I change the garden every year so it never looks the same year after year. Peace.https://michaelhuggins50.substack.com/p/vrr-tele-a-vision-tv-guide-report

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sure wish he'd avoid "vortexes".

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Oh, and where did you get the copper wire? ^_^

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Margerie wildcraft below

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