This article made me smile. No, not because there is some nonsense written, but because it turns on the basis of that righteous man on earth is simply nothing. Vegetarians do not eat meat, fish, eggs, but it seems that they are not without sin, and yet harm the living and conscious "substantially".
German scientists have long studied the ability of memory and consciousness of plants. I suggest to get acquainted with their works. It will be interesting
Spring comes. Many sadovodniki rushed to their plots to sow the seeds for future harvest. In the warmest European latitudes have already appeared the first sprouts. However, many people treat their pets like to sentient beings — they talk to them and grant their amorous glances, and even caress them gently touch. Those people who have pets, plants, have this attitude to its green-legged friends not only in spring, but year-round. Plants become true members of the family, followed by adult care often better and more diligent than their own children. Some people (mostly soulless materialism) ridiculed this attitude to the plants as a rational beings, because in today's society reigns narrow-minded view that the plants are soulless beings. This point of view is understandable, because ordinary people think that plants are immobile and poorly responsive to external stimuli. But today's professional scientists who explore the plant life, hold a different point of view — by the experiments they find evidence of memory and mind in our green brethren.
Biologist Dieter Volkmann [Dieter Volkmann], many years studying the plant life in the walls of the University of Bonn, said the following: "The reactions of plants are associated mainly with the processes of growth. These reactions are slow flow compared with the animal kingdom. Therefore, they are less visible a mere glance. Such processes can be clearly seen only by flash photography. But ultimately plant response has the same characteristics as the reaction of lower animals. " According to one scientists plants perceive approximately 20 different types of external stimuli, — more than humans. For example, plants are able to respond to an electromagnetic field. If you put some plants in the electromagnetic field, its roots will always grow toward the negative terminal. This phenomenon is often tested, but the explanations he has not yet found. The photo shows the development of the next corn seedlings exposed to the electromagnetic field.
The most famous plant, different high sensitivity and fast response to external stimuli is Stydlivaya2 mimosa mimosa (Mimosa pudica). His small, oblong-ovate, pinnate leaves respond to a simple touch by folding to the stem branches, which in turn falls to the side of the main stem. When this protective reaction in the folded leaves are even stop photosynthesis. Most interesting is that respond not only those parts of the mimosa that directly experienced the effect of the stimulus, but also its neighboring parts in 10-15 inches from the hearth. A scientist from the Technical University of Munich, Jörg Fromm [Jorg Fromm], who conducted the experiments, describes the reaction of mimosa as follows: "The reaction of mimosa to fire a match can safely be called a shock reaction. This shock is so strong that the processes of photosynthesis are suspended even in the neighboring branches, ie not only in the source of irritation, but a distance of about 10 centimeters. " Thus was born the assumption that a certain mimosa system by which electrical impulses are transferred from one part of the plant to another.
Jörg Fromm and his team have decided to establish the exact location of channels that carry electrical impulses. Initially, it was hypothesized that the electrical pulses pass through sieve tubes xylem along which the regular transportation of nutrients. To test this hypothesis, the Munich researchers resorted to a ruse. It is known that plant fleas attach themselves to stems of young shoots of plants, and drinking the sap. They do this by penetrating its proboscis into the xylem sieve channels. If a laser beam gently kill fleas after she stuck to stem mimosa, and remove the body of fleas killed, leaving her proboscis in the stem, it is possible to attach a proboscis measuring electrode, with which you can measure the electrical impulses passing through the sieve tubes , which stuck proboscis fleas. For example, if you blow the whistle on the stalk "dissected" mimosa ice water, then sieve it will channel the electrical impulses that can be recorded recorder appliance that receives signals from the electrode mimosa.
The measurement of the electrical signals passing through the sieve tubes of mimosa in different states — from calm to state responses to various external stimuli — Jörg Fromm came to a startling conclusion, which he expresses as follows: "Taking into account the height and duration of the electrical signals mimosa, responsive ice water, we can talk about a whole block of information that is transmitted by xylem sieve channels. For example, if on the sieve channels mimosa give an artificially created (by the generator) the electrical signal of the same shape, which is registered as a reaction to the icy water, we will observe the same reaction. " In other words, we can talk about the nervous system of plants, which operates on the same electrical pulses, and that in the animal kingdom. And what's the difference, through which channels is the transmission of nerve impulses — along the axons of neurons or sieve tubes of xylem?
And if you have a nervous system, there must be a reason! Where the mind is, there is a memory! Bonn scientist Dieter Volkmann conducted an experiment that proves the existence of memory in plants. The experiment was as follows. Take a small sprout peas in a small pot, and lay down for five minutes on one side. In this position, the bottom of the pot (ie the position of the earth-sky) is marked, for example, by a piece of wood. Then the germ of turns in the normal position and placed on 14 days in a refrigerator in which at 4 degrees no growth is not possible. After two weeks of cold, pea sprout is transferred to a warm, watered with warm water and placed in a special machine that creates the germ of an artificial state of weightlessness. This effect is achieved by inverting the pot plants on the side, and constant rotation in a position around its axis. Thus, the germ can not determine where the sky, and where the land. And now the question arises, remember to sprout its position it was in during the last five minutes before its freezing? The results of these experiments with weightlessness show that stem pea develops in the direction of the marked side of the pot (which is referred to in this case, a piece of wood). So we can say with confidence that the plant recall (!) His last "earthly" state.
If the plant has a memory, then where is it located? "Various of the plant roots, — according to Dieter Volkmann, — have information that is up, down, to the side of it. Therefore, the root of the plant can be spoken of as a decentralized, but still a single focal point ".  Is the brain plants — it's his background? This is only a working hypothesis. But it is clear that with the outdated notion of a soulless plants need to finally say goodbye.
Modern science is paving new paths that the philosophy of the Living Ethics has shown in the last century. Sooner or later, scientists will prove to all mankind, that plants can feel, to love, to remember, or even think. And when that happens, humanity will rise to a new level of relations with its green brethren. As a result of a conscious cooperation with the foliage will turn the entire planet into a single blooming garden, the beauty of which would eclipse the legendary Gardens of Babylon! You need only to wish exalted spirit of humanity — and before it opens unprecedented miracles, including unwritten natural beauty of the plant world!
"Imagine that … an elevated state will become permanent and will give even higher inspiration. After all, being also rises, and the very nature resounds on this evolution. People believe that evolution occurs, or, rather, should take place in any long periods, but this progress can be accelerated according to human desires. If people want to, they can move forward expeditiously manner. All other items will be ready for such a development, but people have to want to. "
1. 1. Quote on TV «Nano» from 21.04.06. A little Internet report on the transfer of this can be found in the article «Pflanzen haben eine Erinnerung und eine Art Intelligenz» («The plants have a kind of memory and consciousness") to the following address http://www.3sat.de/nano/cstuecke/90417 / (in German).
2. Mimosa shy — erect evergreen shrub, 30-40 cm This plant is widespread in tropical and sub-tropical America, Africa and Asia. This is a sensitive plant became widely known in the western world of science through the work of Indian scholar Jagadisa Chandra Bose, who for example Mimosa pudica proved the existence of the nervous system in plants (see the original work: «The Nervous Mechanism of Plants» by Jagadis Chunder Bose, 1926).
The vegetable kingdom — a whole universe which, for all its breadth and includes many obvious manifestations of the animal world. After all, as many studies have shown, the plants show that they are happy, when they were treated with love, feel the fear of violence and worry in the presence of dangerous animals. In addition, they react to human emotions and even communicate with each other, but only in the language of incredibly thin, almost ethereal, which is only now beginning to understand …
Even in the distant past, our ancestors knew that the cultivation of the soil and cultivation of many fruits, flowers and vegetables were associated with a "human" to them. On this special relationship and are based today, many projects designed to create a more dynamic and productive agriculture, taking into account a number of factors involved in the growth of plants, such as the phases of the moon during sowing and harvesting, or when using fertilizers.
In the works by Rudolf Steiner, biodynamic agronomy — the founder of anthroposophy — were studied, based on the laws of spirituality, those fertilizers that do not deplete the soil and contribute to the harmonious growth of the plant. Farms in Germany, who used his system, have achieved excellent results both in quantitative and qualitative terms in comparison with what is now offered in the traditional markets.
It was the same with the most revolutionary and spectacular techniques of farming, farmers who used the valley of Santiago in the Mexican state of Guanajuato in the 70s. We used some "secret formula", and as a result grew cabbage weighing 43 kilograms, the leaves of white beet reached lengths of 1.83 meters, the bulb gets 4.5 kilograms, celery — meter, and clove twelve times higher than usual. "The Secret", according to the farmers, could be applied to all plants: flowers, grasses, tubers … and, besides, he did not require any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. However, it was associated with astrology and some knowledge transmitted by "non-human beings …"
It should be said that these methods were soon criticized by official scientists, and farmers left their land together with all the agronomic experiments. But the photos and footage films are still preserved.
But go ahead, because for all of these cases are hidden attempts to communicate with the kingdom, virtually unknown to us. Many people know that the long-held linguistic experiments with animals, whales, dolphins and dogs, but few people know that the same thing was done with plants. On the same ones that we most think of as something fixed and exists only to provide us with food, decoration of our homes and treat our illnesses. But remember — it has evolved around them and most of all the history of occultism, familiarity with which continues to present us with surprises.
When meeting with these mysteries, there are several key issues. Navrode of whether plants consciousness whether any way communicate with them or, more simply, they communicate at least with one another. Most likely, the majority of readers for themselves will answer these questions in the negative. Besides, who cares what the plants are happy and feel pain? And yet, and yet …
"Soul" of plants
Today it is known for sure with the help of ultra-sensitive instruments — among them a lie detector (psychogalvanometer) or measuring emotions (emotsionometr) — that the plants are distinguished people, are sensitive to music, have a memory, perceived hatred and love. In short, have a conscience and feelings.
The ancients said that they have a soul. Magician Yaqui Don Juan, when talking with his apprentice Carlos Castaneda pointed out that he had to speak with plants, because each of them has its own personality, and all have feelings and soul. And that, in turn, they can pass on their "feelings" person, so that he becomes able to see, feel and hear what they refer to it. Don Juan also argued that the relationship between plants and human beings is so strong that when a cut off one of them, you need to apologize and explain that once the other plants will be able to use your body as food. When Castaneda asked what it is they say, the shaman said that it is enough just to talk to them from the heart.
But then there is nothing strange in the fact that the Indian chief of the tribe Smohalla vanapum refused to work on the ground, uttering the words: "You ask me to cut grass and hay and sold them for enrichment as white, but as you look at me, if I cut the hair from his head to his mother? "He knew that all living beings on this planet in its many different forms of life are interdependent. And for the exact implementation of the law of cause and effect a bad attitude to everything else the world is reflected in humanity.
Today, every day we get new evidence that plants feel pain, joy and fear. But Paracelsus, in his "Occult botany" and other scholars of the Middle Ages, even claimed that the plants have a soul. And besides, almost no people who did not think it would be the plant world, and not just of environmental motives that are so fashionable today, but just because they thought every tree, every flower, every plant organism refuge of the spirit and the finest display of life .
In some shamanistic traditions speak of knowledge passed "mushroom power" plant talofity, which are now called magic drug. American explorer Robert Gordon Wasson mythology, for example, tells how he was allowed to attend a ceremony in Mexico, during which allowed to question the sacred mushroom — "teonankatl" (Aztec word meaning "flesh of the gods"). He asked about my son, and ate the mushroom was a shaman answered that he was okay, but he was not there, where Wasson thinks. It was also "told" that one of his relatives will die soon. A few months later revealed that one of his brothers died suddenly some time ago. Wasson through a number of years, was again able to be present at such a ceremony with mushrooms, and in 1958 he wrote the following about it: "When things go well, mushrooms begin to talk and maybe meet not only the questions asked, but also more» .
This is not the only evidence. Mazatec Indians from the Mexican state of Oaxaca in the south of the country claim that mushrooms "talk" — in this case, the hallucinogenic psilotsibity — and if you ask the sorcerer, where are his predictions, predictions and images, it is most probably reply that the fungus or better say, the spirit of mushrooms.
Is it possible to communicate with plants?
We're not going to talk here about the spectacular experiments, which were conducted at the beginning of XX century Hindu scholar Chandra Bose on the machine of his invention, kreskografe in which he was able to demonstrate that plants have a nervous system similar to the one that has the animals, and that exposure to radio waves accelerate their growth and improves the health of … This is a matter of days gone by. We are also not going to dwell on American studies Clive Baxter, a CIA agent, who in the late 60s tried lie detector on the plants to test their response to people's thoughts, because his experiments were soon repeated many times, literally causing a chain reaction.
Suffice it to say that a lot of following in the footsteps Bose and Baxter and achieved similar results: the plants are happy when they are watered, fear aggression, evince alarm at the approach of hostile animals and — respond to our emotions. Russian physicist Victor Adamenko based on Baxter's experiments suggested that some of the plants that were silent witnesses of crimes may be taken into account and even to present its own particular "version" of what happened when connecting their leaves to a lie detector during the interrogation of the accused. In practice, this has tested psychiatrist Aristide X. Esser, along with physicist Thomas Etter, he was interrogated in the presence of a woman connected to the detector philodendron, which signaled that the defendant was lying when answering.
All of this leads us to seriously ask the question: Are the plants on human emotions? Adamenko claimed — after the relevant experiments — that the plants are able to respond to the thoughts of his master, both in his physical presence, and at a distance of 200 kilometers. In the same direction carried out his experiments and Paul Souvin, an electrician from New Jersey, and came to the conclusion that plants can respond to the thoughts and emotions of a person from a distance.
Similarly, the emotions of plants have been studied by the Soviet psychologist B. Pushkin in the early 70s, after reports of experiments of Baxter. Pushkin hypnotized his student Tanya and emotional changes she faced register plants — geraniums, to which "the patient" was connected. This is the way that the researcher came to the conclusion that the plants have a memory register in their cages, and even feelings of a person's thoughts, which is associated with. It is also noticed that over time, a person can establish stable contact with plant cells, acting as a human brain.
The man, who spoke with cactus
Many of the experiments do not require particularly sophisticated equipment, but nevertheless aimed at improving plant growth, although not associated with genetic changes in its structure. In this sense, we must recall the Californian Luther Berbenka, which among other things brought a new kind of cactus without needles … simple conversations. Language was his instrument, and the plants are not only understood it, but even obeyed. The result was "untia ficus indica" (cactus bezygolchaty) and other plant mutants, for example, was bred white mulberry — berries were so clear that you could see the seed inside, a huge, very juicy plum, entirely white daisy and fragrant water lily. His method consisted in the visual representation of what he wanted, and after that, only because of "cooperation" with the plants there were new species. Berbenk explained it this way: "All the time, I conducted an experiment to obtain a cactus without needles, I often talked to the plants to create a vibration of love."
In turn, the psychiatrist John Meyes announced that the plants are not only responsible for the facts that they are informed, but also their growth seems to be directly related to the degree of closeness between the plant itself and its owner. And after all this long ago knew the "primitive" peoples!
Moreover, to get in touch or come to an agreement with the plants do not need too human verbal language, sometimes quite prayer and meditation. For example, experience in the use of prayer was performed by healers Baltimore with rye. The entire operation was headed by Dr. Robert H. Miller, who was convinced by a recording device that through prayer, addressed specifically to the Rye, it has grown by 84 percent more than normal.
And it's not the only use of prayer with good results. Do the same for the Rev. Franklin Loehr, author of "The Power of Prayer and the plants." His arguments were as follows: if Christ could make it so that the fig tree withered on the vine of a curse (the Gospel of Mark, II, 12-24), then paying for a plant that good prayer, you can increase or decrease its growth.
In the same direction, the priest William Rauscher, president of spiritual boundaries in New Jersey, used a lighter version: instead of having to read the prayers of the plant, he sprinkled them with holy water. Pouring in abundance during the six years of shoots on his cane plantations of water for baptism, he made sure that they were up by 50 centimeters higher than other reeds in the area, watered with plain water. He also believed that the energy can be transferred by means of charity, prayer and laying on of hands.
Regarding meditation, less well-known agronomic experiment was carried out in 1962 his wife Eileen and Peter Caddy and their friend Dorothy Maclean on the coast of northern Scotland, where they established the Community Findgorna to establish contact with the natural energy beings, whom they identified as devas, and collaborated with them for several years.
Caddy from the outset to work with garden crops, but have not achieved encouraging results, it was possible to predict, due to the fact that they were settled in, the Bay of the Seas, on a completely neglected lands regularly blown by a strong wind. But despite this, they decided to practice meditation in his spare time and produce positive thoughts.
And once McLean received a strange message from a mental, presumably by an angel who told her something associated with the forces of nature and its spirits, which, as has been said, it is necessary to interact and establish harmonious relationships. During one of the sessions of the angels themselves have identified themselves as follows: "You have to recognize us, creatures from the world of" devas ", and cooperate with us." Although members of the research community recognizes that there are not physically see, they are, however, claimed that they feel like "field" or "masters of energy."
And right after that their orchards and gardens began to flourish. Where there was wasteland, grew 65 kinds of vegetables, 21 fruit trees and a large number of medicinal herbs.
When they began to talk publicly about their experiments and the contact with these angels or devas in their daily lives, then began to gather around them interested people who profess the same ideas. By the beginning of the 70s the composition of the community (even then the fund) has reached 300 people. And to all those who wanted to hear them, they said that for a miracle to work hard, strive for positive thoughts and constantly communicate with archetypal (specific components) forces of each plant species to see how each of them to handle. Findhorn Foundation now includes 1,402 resident members and offers all the program of spiritual development.
The very Dorothy Maclean left Findhorn in 1973 and a few years later published the work "Play the song of the angels," which described his experiences with these beings. Here's a recommendation from the book: "Start thinking about the spirits of nature, high, bright spirits and try to harmonize with them. This is necessary to get their attention. They feel happy when someone from the human race tends to get help from them. This — the first step. "
It seems unlikely that living things, such as plants that remain all the time in the stillness to the place of their growth, have their own system of communication with each other, and this without the aid of shape, color or odor!
A pioneer of organic gardening JA Rodeyl once heard that the death of the mother plant affected by the germs, and decided to check it out on his farm in Pennsylvania. He destroyed the mother plant cabbage, pull up to head out, and then burned the it and buried in the ground remains. After this was discovered that death is somehow injured runners, and they are starting from the moment ceased to grow properly. Was it telepathy or some other, unknown to us a communication mechanism?
Piece of the puzzle was resolved not a botanist and zoologist from South Africa Van Halen. Conducting experiments with giraffes and antelopes, he came to the conclusion that some plants communicate using chemicals. For example, he demonstrated that ethylene is used acacia (CH2) for vital communication: in cases where it is necessary to warn of the approach of a dangerous animal. Halen found that giraffes are very picky about the food (eat leaves only detached from each other and other acacias) and the antelope eat the whole row of acacia and die more often. Conclusion: The tree produces ethylene in the air to tell their relatives to nearby danger. And the leaves of the plants begin to produce alerted poison — tannin that can destroy the liver of ruminants.
So be careful, because there are like plants that are dangerous for animals (not to mention the "predator plant"), and for human beings.
And the music and dance
Now it is no secret that plants feel the music, and that if their high-pitched rock upset to the point that they are giving the leaves away from the sound source, the classical music helps to grow better. When it was opened in corn fields in Canada have set the speakers to broadcast in the spring days of classical music: the result was there an increase in the size of the cob by 20 — 100 percent.
Have further clarified the matter of research and Retallek Americans Dorothy Francis F. bromine conducted since the early 60's. Most recently, engineer Dan Carlson invented a system of "Sonic Bloom", which, combining high frequency sounds that have a positive impact on the growth and ripening of vegetables. According to Carlson, the sound hole opened on the smallest surface of the leaves, allowing the plant more easily absorb nutrients. The inventor Marcel Vogel, for their part, showed how a group of plants responded rhythmic vibrations to broadcast the music of Manuel de Falla's "Nights in the Gardens of Spain."
But this phenomenon — sided. Plants like good music, and just as they themselves can produce sounds that are suitably converted, distinguished people. This is called "botanical music", and for the first time opened its effect American John Cage in 1975, transforming the weak electrical signals emitted by the needles of dry cactus in the desert. Later, he compared these sounds with pieces of music of other plants.
Moreover, the plants are sensitive not only music but also to the effects of the dance. Stella Ponnia, assistant of Dr. Singh's Indian (successor of work Chandra Bose) every morning performed an Indian dance in front of Calendula. In the resulting plants grown to 60 percent higher than the control group.
In general, to any case in reality, but nature should be protected. It was taught in school, but once in a lifetime, people are increasingly forget about it. And for good reason.
Everyone enjoy the first day of autumn!