Matrix Drops, the common language between mineral elements, plants and other living organisms

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Life’s big question: How will the non-living turn into living? How do the atoms and molecules transform into loving, hateful, lustful, terrified, thinking, or even living material? To-date, scientists have not been able create what even the simplest microbe on the planet is capable of doing. Using non-living matter they could not create life. What does then make the living alive? Quantum biology deals with this question.
Basically, today’s science divides all existing things in the universe into two categories, living organisms and non-living things. Science believes that besides mineral elements, all living beings’ body contains water. In our terminology, since the living contain water and crystals, they can be thought of as liquid crystals.

Native North American Indians and other ethnic groups consider stones and crystals living materials that are capable of emitting healing energy.

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Matrix Drops – the common language between mineral elements, plants and other living organisms
In every culture around the world healers can be found that use special crystals to promote spiritual development and to protect their health. The strong positive bond that is established between user and mineral is attributed by many to the spirit of the stone. In this sense, the stones are also living beings. This is underlined by the finding that the living as well as minerals have auras, emission and charisma.

The question of whether plants are alive is clearly answered in the affirmative by everyone. Yet sometimes we completely forget about this. Do plants feel? Yes. As strange as it sounds, it is a scientifically proven fact. Our ancestors asked the spirit of the plants for help in healing.

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A well-known tradition is to ask the spirit of the willow tree to bring a fever down. With Kirlian photography, light emission of plants can be detected. This method is able to capture auras on film. The aura of plants fade when they are pruned, or if they are deprived of water. It has been observed that when a leaf is pulled from the plant, the aura of the missing part remains as long as the aura-energy of the rest of the plant is capable of fueling it. There are also examples where the part of the plant not yet developed is already showing on Kirlian photographs.

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In the 1960-70s in the United States, Professor Cleve Backster and other researchers, during their experiments, connected plants to electrocardiographs and electroencephalographs. Plants not only responded sensitively to events that happened in their environment, but they were able to comprehend people’s thoughts and feelings as well. Threats against plants elicited strong electromagnetic responses from them. It has been proven decades ago that plants communicate with each other.

A European research project in Florence analyzes the electrical activity of plants. There is evidence that plants feel – they have fears – and recognize when someone approaches their caregiver with malicious intent. A series of experiments started in February 1966 when Cleve Backster, a polygraph expert, had a strange idea.

We need to know about the polygraph that it detects tiny electrical changes taking place in the body. The machine is primarily used as a lie detector in uncovering crimes. Its operating principle is that if one’s psychological well-being is being threatened, there’s a measurable electrical response. During the operation, the polygraph takes measurements of human blood pressure, respiration, and detects changes in skin moisture, surface tension and electrical resistance.

Each thought and behavioral pattern has its own characteristics.

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During Professor Backster’s experiment, he tied the sensors of his instruments to the dragon tree in his room to figure out how much water he needs to give to the plant. With impulses, the plant indicated the lack of a sufficient quantity, or when it received enough amounts of water. Later, Sterling Professor made contact with his experimental plants from a distance. At a predetermined time, he thought about them and sent a message mentally that he is on his way home. When he arrived, he found that the polygraph indicated a response by the plants at the precise time he sent the message. So they received his “broadcast”.

In another experiment, a philodendron and its attentive owner was studied. The instrument’s sensors were connected to the plant while the owner was asked questions. It was predetermined to which questions he would provide true and false answers. Watching the plant’s reactions it turned out it exposed its master as the polygraph swung violently when he lied.

It is a well-known experiment where a man trampled a houseplant, then the “plant killer” had to go to the room of the subject, in this case a philodendron, equipped with electrodes and other innocent participants involved in the experiment. The plant showed a fierce, panicking reaction only when the “killer” stepped in.

Other studies have shown that plants can not only have similar reaction to the suffering of each other but also react to the suffering of other organisms, such as animals and humans. In fact, they can even feel sin and lies.

After this, Backster began communicating through thought: once he considered lighting the plant on fire while other times, he only pretended to be malicious without the slightest intention to cause harm. He noted that the plant cannot be fooled. Those would only broadcast signals in case of real danger.

The main question was how this bio-communication was established between man and plant. How do plants “see”, that is, feel? The next series of experiments were designed to detect the interaction between plants and animals. It was apparent that plants reacted to the movement of both small and large animals. They behave differently in the presence of a dog versus an insect.

Most of plant-loving people are aware that cuddling words, beautiful poems, pleasant music all affect the development of plants. This is not just belief, but established fact backed by statistical figures. A series of experiments performed in the 90’s show that playing the music of Vivaldi and Bach to the plants on a daily basis resulted in almost as high a yield as using fertilizers. The flowering plants are also much more beautiful when their master talks to them with love, or there’s nice, soft music playing in the background. The opposite is also true: aggressive music, unpleasant sounds, geopathic radiation or stress are all harmful to the development of plants. The reality is that plants do not hear the music, but rather perceive the positive or negative information.

Several independent, yet mutually supporting scientific experiments showed that plants “talk” to each other in an audio range imperceptible to the human ear.

The time has come when we can communicate with plants: it is measurable what kind of Matrix Drops information they need to achieve higher yields. Matrix Drops carrying the perfect information patterns of minerals provide a baseline to which auras of plants that have been mistuned by negative environmental effects can realign. The high degree of aura growth shows that plants are able to tune in to the information pattern of Matrix Drops they need. It is known that pests and fungi avoid robust plants and prefer to attack the weaker ones. If the owner is able to focus on the plants in a meditative state at a deep level of consciousness, the plant’s condition can be measured using the Matrix Drops Computer. The connection can be established through the morphogenetic field with any living creature.

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An Indian scientist has discovered that the plants may also be sedated. To do this, he soaked his experimental subjects, the mimosas, in chloroform. He found that while they were under, they did not respond to any stimulus and the polygraph did not react either. A little after recovering from sedation, the plants emitted measurable responses again.

Based on research conducted by the biologist, Stefano Mancuso, plants detect the gravitational field, the electric field, a variety of chemical processes and so forth. They exchange with each other and store huge amounts of information. In other words, they convert analog signals they receive at different times into data and numbers. That is they digitize them. Each environmental parameter corresponds to a specific electric log and information.

In 2011, the Matrix Drops research group succeeded in deciphering commonly shared codes that can be found in minerals, plants, animals and humans. It’s a recognition just like the Rosetta stone, which allowed the deciphering of the Egyptian hieroglyphics. The Matrix Drops Computer analyzes what humans, animals and plants feel and desire.

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More and more people were captivated by plant communication. In 1973, Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird published a book titled “The Secret Life of Plants”. In addition, two Soviet parapsychologists by the name of A. P. Dubrov and V.N. Pushkin drew similar inferences when they carried out measurements by EEG. Over the past century, from India to the United States many researchers concluded that plants also have emotional characteristics and have feelings. It is a very exciting fact that plants are able to eavesdrop as well. Plants develop intimate relationships with certain persons. When something happens to a loved person several kilometers away, the plant can feel it.

Due to the absence of a mind in plants, they communicate through the morphogenetic consciousness field. The information of minerals are kept by Matrix Drops which made it possible for us to communicate with other living creatures. Plants’ auras can also be measured with radiesthetic methods. This can be learned in a few days by everyone that come to my school.

András Kovács-Magyar

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