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Trees
#1
Scientists discover that trees have a 'heartbeat' too -

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...tbeat-too/
#2
All plants including trees have an awareness of their creator when they are young, it is called Circumnutation, even the Masonic model uses this term as Circumambulate, meaning to mover or walk in circles.

https://youtu.be/9ELTNJtqXlE

See this famous tree in Skipton Castle and how the pagans revered it and what it follows, the suns energy in motion.

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The direction is anti clockwise in reflection to the true energy and creator of all life under its influence, every plantlet keeps moving in complete darness and can sense the energy wave in constant motion, even when an unatural light source is left on as it grows at night time, the energy is invisible, not just tropical byt universal in its nature.

First there was light and then there was life.
#3
Mother knows best - how plants help offspring by passing on seasonal clues -

New research carried out by the John Innes Centre has delved into the genetic memory systems through which plants pass seasonal information down to their seeds to give them the best chance of reproductive success...

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...nal-clues/
#4
(06-04-2018, 05:52 AM)Steve Wrote: Mother knows best - how plants help offspring by passing on seasonal clues -

New research carried out by the John Innes Centre has delved into the genetic memory systems through which plants pass seasonal information down to their seeds to give them the best chance of reproductive success...

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...nal-clues/

I have seen a few trigger words within that report Steve, and you can recognize the programming within, this professor is more than likely funded by the global warming lobby.

The new religion that these Climate changers are orientating themselves around is the Gaia Mother model, its where the ready monies are being flooded into the public and private realms.

There are many instances in nature where temprature is used to propmote and decipher the genous and sex of plants and or animals/insects etc.

One is temprature control for the sex of honey bees, depending upon where the position within the brood is orientated within the hive integrity, it can determine the sex of the new members, like drones and workers.

He also fails to mention the studdies of what is called Cryptochrome/Cryptochromatic or blue light spectum which also determins the progeny of plants and other life forms, which the Geoengineering experiments are now blocking out with their cloud seeding.

There have been many new experiments with growing food in artificial light which he will no doubt know about too, I don;t trust him and say he is pushing a hidden agenda.

I say he has discovered absolutely nothing but re-discovered how to BS.
#5
(06-04-2018, 12:23 PM)The Apprentice Wrote:
(06-04-2018, 05:52 AM)Steve Wrote: Mother knows best - how plants help offspring by passing on seasonal clues -

New research carried out by the John Innes Centre has delved into the genetic memory systems through which plants pass seasonal information down to their seeds to give them the best chance of reproductive success...

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...nal-clues/

I have seen a few trigger words within that report Steve, and you can recognize the programming within, this professor is more than likely funded by the global warming lobby.

The new religion that these Climate changers are orientating themselves around is the Gaia Mother model, its where the ready monies are being flooded into the public and private realms.

There are many instances in nature where temprature is used to propmote and decipher the genous and sex of plants and or animals/insects etc.

One is temprature control for the sex of honey bees, depending upon where the position within the brood is orientated within the hive integrity, it can determine the sex of the new members, like drones and workers.

He also fails to mention the studdies of what is called Cryptochrome/Cryptochromatic or blue light spectum which also determins the progeny of plants and other life forms, which the Geoengineering experiments are now blocking out with their cloud seeding.

There have been many new experiments with growing food in artificial light which he will no doubt know about too, I don;t trust him and say he is pushing a hidden agenda.

I say he has discovered absolutely nothing but re-discovered how to BS.

Had a quick look on line and it appears Penfield's affiliated with a Royal Society, so almost definately untrustworthy -

https://royalsociety.org/people/steven-penfield-7899/
#6
(06-04-2018, 01:20 PM)Steve Wrote:
(06-04-2018, 12:23 PM)The Apprentice Wrote:
(06-04-2018, 05:52 AM)Steve Wrote: Mother knows best - how plants help offspring by passing on seasonal clues -

New research carried out by the John Innes Centre has delved into the genetic memory systems through which plants pass seasonal information down to their seeds to give them the best chance of reproductive success...

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...nal-clues/

I have seen a few trigger words within that report Steve, and you can recognize the programming within, this professor is more than likely funded by the global warming lobby.

The new religion that these Climate changers are orientating themselves around is the Gaia Mother model, its where the ready monies are being flooded into the public and private realms.

There are many instances in nature where temprature is used to propmote and decipher the genous and sex of plants and or animals/insects etc.

One is temprature control for the sex of honey bees, depending upon where the position within the brood is orientated within the hive integrity, it can determine the sex of the new members, like drones and workers.

He also fails to mention the studdies of what is called Cryptochrome/Cryptochromatic or blue light spectum which also determins the progeny of plants and other life forms, which the Geoengineering experiments are now blocking out with their cloud seeding.

There have been many new experiments with growing food in artificial light which he will no doubt know about too, I don;t trust him and say he is pushing a hidden agenda.

I say he has discovered absolutely nothing but re-discovered how to BS.

Had a quick look on line and it appears he's affiliated with a Royal Society, so almost definately untrustworthy -

https://royalsociety.org/people/steven-penfield-7899/

As I suspected, once you know how the carry their thoughts and use certain words they expose themselves quite readily, the Royal Society is no longer a free and open one, if it ever was, it is now fully saturated by corporte moneis that are filtered down via the grape vine.
He obviously knows where we are being taken and is along for the ride as most other clever minds are, he is probably al Mathusianist as well.
#7
Three unique survival uses of pine tree resin

Aside from being a good source of sturdy timber and wood pulp, aromatic pine trees also produce resin. When you’re out in the wild, you can use pine tree resin for various survival scenarios. (h/t to ReadyNutrition.com.)
Resin is a naturally occurring substance that protects trees from fungi and disease. Resin, which is also called “sap,” has antimicrobial properties. Resin allows trees to retain water and it can protect trees during droughts. Trees use resin as a “natural self-patching” to close any wounds within it, like a deep gouge in its bark.....



https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/se...tree-resin
#8
(06-04-2018, 06:08 PM)Steve Wrote: Three unique survival uses of pine tree resin

Aside from being a good source of sturdy timber and wood pulp, aromatic pine trees also produce resin. When you’re out in the wild, you can use pine tree resin for various survival scenarios. (h/t to ReadyNutrition.com.)
Resin is a naturally occurring substance that protects trees from fungi and disease. Resin, which is also called “sap,” has antimicrobial properties. Resin allows trees to retain water and it can protect trees during droughts. Trees use resin as a “natural self-patching” to close any wounds within it, like a deep gouge in its bark.....



https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/se...tree-resin

Fat Wood

Here is another use for old dead pine trees, it has many uses including sealing wounds, we used this on the new born calves and lambs navel to prevent flies from entering the umbilical cord area, its great on cuts too.

https://youtu.be/PCYxKzkpI3M

https://youtu.be/7yGnTp6kxqU

Here is a sellection of my home made waxes and glues, and a twin linen corded line that I use for my tradition shoe making, the needles are made from pigs whiskers which are layed in and make the best needles that can be inserted around corners without breaking.

The black wax is a fifty/fifty mix of Stockholm tar and beeswax, the lighter colored one is pine resin and beeswax.

I will do a video of how to make and collect all of these in the near future.



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#9
(06-04-2018, 07:53 PM)The Apprentice Wrote:
(06-04-2018, 06:08 PM)Steve Wrote: Three unique survival uses of pine tree resin

Aside from being a good source of sturdy timber and wood pulp, aromatic pine trees also produce resin. When you’re out in the wild, you can use pine tree resin for various survival scenarios. (h/t to ReadyNutrition.com.)
Resin is a naturally occurring substance that protects trees from fungi and disease. Resin, which is also called “sap,” has antimicrobial properties. Resin allows trees to retain water and it can protect trees during droughts. Trees use resin as a “natural self-patching” to close any wounds within it, like a deep gouge in its bark.....



https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/se...tree-resin

Fat Wood

Here is another use for old dead pine trees, it has many uses including sealing wounds, we used this on the new born calves and lambs navel to prevent flies from entering the umbilical cord area, its great on cuts too.

https://youtu.be/PCYxKzkpI3M

https://youtu.be/7yGnTp6kxqU

Here is a sellection of my home made waxes and glues, and a twin linen corded line that I use for my tradition shoe making, the needles are made from pigs whiskers which are layed in and make the best needles that can be inserted around corners without breaking.

The black wax is a fifty/fifty mix of Stockholm tar and beeswax, the lighter colored one is pine resin and beeswax.

I will do a video of how to make and collect all of these in the near future.



[Image: 20150101_001232_1.jpg]
[Image: 20150101_001219_1.jpg]
Is epoxyresin derived from these trees? - it's supposed to be effective in repairing boats. I've hand some water damage done to the lower floor of my motorhome and this substance was recommended.
#10
(06-04-2018, 09:26 PM)Steve Wrote:
(06-04-2018, 07:53 PM)The Apprentice Wrote:
(06-04-2018, 06:08 PM)Steve Wrote: Three unique survival uses of pine tree resin

Aside from being a good source of sturdy timber and wood pulp, aromatic pine trees also produce resin. When you’re out in the wild, you can use pine tree resin for various survival scenarios. (h/t to ReadyNutrition.com.)
Resin is a naturally occurring substance that protects trees from fungi and disease. Resin, which is also called “sap,” has antimicrobial properties. Resin allows trees to retain water and it can protect trees during droughts. Trees use resin as a “natural self-patching” to close any wounds within it, like a deep gouge in its bark.....



https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/se...tree-resin

Fat Wood

Here is another use for old dead pine trees, it has many uses including sealing wounds, we used this on the new born calves and lambs navel to prevent flies from entering the umbilical cord area, its great on cuts too.

https://youtu.be/PCYxKzkpI3M

https://youtu.be/7yGnTp6kxqU

Here is a sellection of my home made waxes and glues, and a twin linen corded line that I use for my tradition shoe making, the needles are made from pigs whiskers which are layed in and make the best needles that can be inserted around corners without breaking.

The black wax is a fifty/fifty mix of Stockholm tar and beeswax, the lighter colored one is pine resin and beeswax.

I will do a video of how to make and collect all of these in the near future.



[Image: 20150101_001232_1.jpg]
[Image: 20150101_001219_1.jpg]
Is epoxyresin derived from these trees? - it's supposed to be effective in repairing boats. I've hand some water damage done to the lower floor of my motorhome and this substance was recommended.

Epoxides are man made and are good for sealing metals and other surfaces, but are brittle, you would be better using something like a rubberized compound, underseals of bitchumens, some that can withstand salt and chipping like this.

https://youtu.be/lAsoTOxwAGI
  


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