PROJECT-SAVE THE BEE

a problem - solution treatise

In Biodynamics - Sound & Light - Frequencies

PROBLEM

"Bees, and other pollinators, play an outsized role in the global agriculture industry. According to a 2016 United Nations report, pollinators drive up to almost 600 billion dollars a year in income globally. But these tiny workers are in trouble. The UN report suggests that roughly two out of five invertebrate pollinators, including bees, are threatened by extinction. As Ricketts and his collaborators reported, models of wild bee abundance show declines of roughly 23 percent across the contiguous U.S. from 2008 to 2013".

 

"Bees face a perfect storm of pressures, reports Charlie Wood for the Christian Science Monitor. Among these challenges are changes in land use, the rise in monocrop agriculture, pesticide use, invasive species, diseases and climate change, according to the UN report. These many factors may also play into colony collapse disorder—which is when the worker bees suddenly disappear from the hive, abandoning queen and nurse bees."

"Of all the challenges bees face, the loss of their native habitats may have had the greatest impact, according to this latest study."

 

"BIODYNAMICS" is a term first introduced by spiritual scientist Dr. Rudolph Steiner in 1924. 

 

"Each biodynamic farm or garden is an integrated, whole, living organism. This organism is made up of many interdependent elements: fields, forests, plants, animals, soils, compost, people, and the spirit of the place. Biodynamic farmers and gardeners work to nurture and harmonize these elements, managing them in a holistic and dynamic way to support the health and vitality of the whole. Biodynamic practitioners also endeavor to listen to the land, to sense what may want to emerge through it, and to develop and evolve their farm as a unique individuality." -- the Biodynamic Association

SOLUTION

"When the bee goes so goes man in four years" -- Albert Einstein

In 1923 Rudolf Steiner predicted the dire state of today's honeybee. He stated that, within fifty to eighty years, we would see the consequences of mechanizing the forces that had previously operated organically in the beehive. Such practices include breeding queen bees artificially.

RADIONICS AND SPECTRO-CHROME FREQUENCIES

AS HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENTS OF FARMS

The following videos will speak volumes of the proven research and field application in frequency medicine as it applies to both acute and wide spread  issues plaguing the apex pollinators such as the Honey Bee and the Bat. 

Our research reveals that Blue Light frequency can kill not only aggressive  bacteria, but can also be applied as "adaptogens" addressing each hives malady or each Bee's miasm in regard to colony collapse issues in the hive!  Fungal infections being the most overlooked and easily treated. 

 

In Europe and the U.S. entire crops and regions have shown dramatic benefits through Biodynamic / Radionic / Homeopathic treatments in non-invasive and non-toxic frequencies. See video #1.   

Like a triage unit, Chromo-Light lamps  bathe a hive in pure frequencies  addressing entire hive issues as the pollinators return to the brood...

 

Frequency  baths await to restore and regenerate the injured by countering bacteria, fungal and other pathogens especially those interfering with navigation.  Environmental toxicity issues in the field can be also remedied with similar Radionic frequencies to cover larger areas.  Even neutralizing the harmful effects of cell phone towers and power lines.  

 

Biodynamics is restored, and robotic over-dosing is rendered obsolete with the evolution of today's quantum devices, which operate intuitively with a trained practitioner....

 

The machine and practitioner communicate through an innate understanding of Nature's whispers...and the farms 'thrive point' is revealed resulting in the balance of homeostasis where plants and animals thrive. 

 

By listening and recording the harmonic frequencies of a sick, or healthy landscape, a perfect ongoing remedy is achieved -- past, present and future. 

We believe this is what Rudolph Steiner knew from his innate understandings,  and what many are discovering, and quantum pioneers like Hugh Lovel are demonstrating.  see video # 3.

We are the stewards for Gaia.... given the gift of dominion...Bayer and the Monsanto's of the world must be firmly taught that for-profit global domination is not an acceptable nor sustainable  option.

Biodynamic - Radionic Preparations as Homeopathic treatments of farms by Hugh Lovel

Jane Smolnik, ND, and Instructor for Solas Academy, share her webinar on 'LIGHT - The Medicine of the Future!".  Groundbreaking research on how light and frequencies dramatically improve health.

Hugh Lovel describes the new radionic instrument used for farming. Quantum Ag Radionics Instrument coming September 2017

ADDENDUM: JUNE 2018

Pesticide manufacturers' own tests reveal serious harm to honeybees...

"Bayer and Syngenta criticised for secrecy after unpublished research obtained under freedom of information law linked high doses of their products to damage to the health of bee colonies"

 

The newly revealed studies show Syngenta’s thiamethoxam and Bayer’s clothianidin seriously harmed bee colonies at high doses. Photograph: Farooq Khan/EPA

 

Unpublished field trials by pesticide manufacturers show their products cause serious harm to honeybees at high levels, leading to calls from senior scientists for the companies to end the secrecy which cloaks much of their research.

The research, conducted by Syngenta and Bayer on their neonicotinoid insecticides, were submitted to the US Environmental Protection Agency and obtained by Greenpeace after a freedom of information request.

Neonicotinoids are the world’s most widely used insecticides and there is clear scientific evidence that they harm bees at the levels found in fields, though only a little to date showing the pesticides harm the overall performance of colonies. Neonicotinoids were banned from use on flowering crops in the EU in 2013, despite UK opposition."

 

"Bees and other insects are vital for pollinating three-quarters of the world’s food crops but have been in significant decline, due to the loss of flower-rich habitats, disease and the use of pesticides."

The newly revealed studies show Syngenta’s thiamethoxam and Bayer’s clothianidin seriously harmed colonies at high doses, but did not find significant effects below concentrations of 50 parts per billion (ppb) and 40ppb respectively. Such levels can sometimes be found in fields but concentrations are usually below 10ppb.

However, scientists said all such research should be made public. “Given all the debate about this subject, it is hard to see why the companies don’t make these kinds of studies available,” said Prof Dave Goulson, at the University of Sussex.

 

“It does seem a little shady to do this kind of field study - the very studies the companies say are the most important ones - and then not tell people what they find.”

Prof Christian Krupke, at Purdue University in Indiana, said:

 

“Bayer and Syngenta’s commitment to pollinator health should include publishing these data. This work presents a rich dataset that could greatly benefit the many publicly funded scientists examining the issue worldwide, including avoiding costly and unnecessary duplication of research.”

 

Ben Stewart, at Greenpeace, said:

 

“If Bayer and Syngenta cared about the future of our pollinators, they would have made the findings public. Instead, they kept quiet about them for months and carried on downplaying nearly every study that questioned the safety of their products. It’s time for these companies to come clean about what they really know.”

 

Syngenta had told Greenpeace in August that

 

“none of the studies Syngenta has undertaken or commissioned for use by regulatory agencies have shown damages to the health of bee colonies”. Goulson said:  “That clearly contradicts their own study.”

 

Scientists also noted that the companies have been previously been critical of the research methods they themselves used in the new studies, in which bees live in fields but are fed sucrose dosed with neonicotinoids.

In April 2016, in response to an independent study, Syngenta said: “It is important to note that the colony studies were conducted by directly feeding colonies with spiked sucrose, which is not representative of normal field conditions.”

In 2014, commenting on another independent study, Bayer told the Guardian:

 

 the bees are essentially force-fed relatively high levels of the pesticide in sugar solutions, rather than allowing them to forage on plants treated with” pesticide. “If someone had done this type of study and found harm at more realistic levels, the industry would have immediately dismissed it as a rubbish study because it was not what happens naturally to bees,” said Goulson.

 

“So it is interesting that they are doing those kinds of studies themselves and then keeping them quiet.”

Utz Klages, a spokesman for Bayer, said:

 

The study [Bayer] conducted is an artificial feeding study that intentionally exaggerates the exposure potential because it is designed to calculate a ‘no-effect’ concentration for clothianidin. Although the colony was artificially provided with a spiked sugar solution, the bees were allowed to forage freely in the environment, so there is less stress - which can be a contributing variable - than if they were completely confined to cages. Based on these results, we believe the data support the establishment of a no-effect concentration of 20ppb for clothianidin.”

He said a public presentation would be made at the International Congress of Entomology next week in which the new results would be discussed.

continued...

Two of the world's top three insecticides harm bumblebees – study

 

 

"A spokesman for Syngenta said: “A sucrose-based mechanism was used on the basis that it was required to expose bees artificially to thiamethoxam to determine what actual level of residue would exert a toxic effect.”

 

Given the lower concentration usually found in fields, he said: “The reported ‘no adverse effect level’ of 50ppb indicates that honey bee colonies are at low risk from exposure to thiamethoxam in pollen and nectar of seed treated crops. This research is already in the process of being published in a forthcoming journal and is clearly already publicly available through the FOI process in the US.”

 

Matt Shardlow, chief executive of conservation charity Buglife, said: “These studies may not show an impact on honeybee health [at low levels], but then the studies are not realistic. The bees were not exposed to the neonics that we know are in planting dust, water drunk by bees and wildflowers, wherever neonics are used as seed treatments. This secret evidence highlights the profound weakness of regulatory tests.”

 

Researchers also note that pollinators in real environments are continually exposed to cocktails of many pesticides, rather than single chemicals for relatively short periods as in regulatory tests.

The Guardian

Damian Carrington

Sep 2016.  Last modified Feb 2018

 

Light and homeopathic frequencies can be used to protect the exquisite honey and brood from contamination.  

Biodynamic planning and homeopathic frequencies can be used to protect the vital and essential pollen, and the pollinators, from man-made threats and toxic contamination.