The basic idea of Quantum field broadcasting is to induce patterns into the medium. This design has a copper plate on the top roughly nine and a half feet in the air and another on the bottom two feet underground. There is enough difference in potential from top to bottom that a slight current flow occurs. This is sufficient to create an induction effect.
The broadcast induction coils are two feet long and are lathe-wrapped on 2-inch Sch 40 PVC cores with 20 gauge wire at approximately a quarter inch between turns. The one in the top broadcasts into the atmosphere while the one in the base does the soil. We should broadcast only the patterns appropriate for each domain, soil patterns to soil, air patterns to air. So each broadcast coil has its own reagent well (pronounced re-agent).
This well has a coil around it to pick up the patterns of the reagents inside. The wire then leads to a quartz crystal, also wrapped with a coil, which functions as a resonator. The top broadcast coil, well coil and resonator coil are all wrapped counter-clockwise for the northern hemisphere. The base broadcast coil and other coils are wrapped clockwise. For the southern hemisphere this is reversed because of the Coriolis effect. The minimum number of turns for any coil is seven going on eight in order to satisfy the “octave rule.” The broadcast coils top and bottom have more than 84 turns.
Incoming flow has to first cross the germanium diode, a one-way conductor, in front of the well and resonator in the circuit. Just beyond the well junction is a 100k resistor. This acts as an anchor for the well patterns. As current takes the path of least resistance, resistors fight power, but they stabilize information. We can think of the complex fractal patterns we broadcast as information. 100k resistance is ample to steady the patterns so they resonate right on top of themselves. This eliminates drift and creates a field which can cover a wide radius.
When flow enters the circuit in the opposite direction it encounters the resistor, then the well and resonator, then the diode. But it canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t go across the diode since this only conducts in one direction, so it takes the alternate path of no resistance through the 12 Ã‚Âµh choke coil. The choke coil eliminates radio antenna effects.
I cover the windings of all coils with masking tape, and silicone caulk each broadcast coil inside a three-inch schedule 40 tube of the same length so they are sealed and securely suspended. At the ends, I use three-inch PVC dome caps fitted with the top and bottom copper end plates, which are connected into the circuits.
I found diodes sometimes fail so I double these, wired in parallel. Before and after the diodes I install binding post terminals so that each circuitÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s components can be tested during assembly and at any time afterward. I find it is important that the wells be securely caulked so no moisture condenses inside the tower. Otherwise, it fills up with water and, among other things, may act as a lightning rod.
I’ve deliberately kept my design as simple as possible through several further elaborations could be made.
– Hugh Lovel
Field broadcasting is an economical, effective way to continuously apply organizational patterns for robust environmental health to one’s land. This makes low-input, high-yield agriculture of the highest quality do-able for everyone.
As a stationary, self-driven instrument, a field broadcaster induces self-reinforcing, resonant fractal patterns as homeopathic potencies directly into the life energy fields of soil and atmosphere day and night, 365 days a year.
Pattern energy field broadcasting grew out of the work of T. Galen Hieronymus who discovered that life forces, which are dynamic, organizational patterns of energy, can be broadcast over large acreages with stationary, self-driven induction equipment. He called his invention a Cosmic Pipe. Since Galen’s first models several important discoveries have been made.
EACH PROPERTY IS AN INDIVIDUALITY.
Rudolf Steiner realized that each agricultural property should be treated as a self-contained living entity with clearly defined boundaries. Every living organism has a skin, outer membrane or boundary. Otherwise the organizational forces that make it an organism, organic and alive, would leak away. This is true even of the solar system which is a dynamic vortexial system. Astronomers have discovered a boundary region beyond the orbit of Pluto which they call the heliopause.
Hieronymus’s early Cosmic Pipes disregarded the idea of boundaries, and within 20 feet or so of one plant growth typically was exceedingly strong, tapering off into the distance. Once broadcasting boundaries were introduced the organizational life patterns reflected back within the boundaries, building up evenly to much higher overall levels.
THOUGHT FORMS AND LIFE ENERGY.
At first it wasn’t clear that the broadcast had to be contained to be truly effective, but clearly it was inappropriate to affect anyone else’s land without their informed consent. Initially the idea was to contain the patterns within oneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s property lines.
Several methods were experimented with, but what proved most effective was using a copy of an aerial photo or a survey map of the property with the boundaries clearly drawn in. Placing this in the reagent well with the operatorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s written intent to broadcast within the boundaries as marked created a thought form that life forces accurately responded to. Our tests demonstrated that written intents are extremely effective in field broadcasting.
Hieronymus recognized the soil must be nourishing to grow good crops. However, what about the atmosphere where warmth and light cause fruiting and ripening? By building up the digestive and nutritive forces in the soil without similarly increasing photosynthesis, blossoming, fruiting and ripening caused serious imbalances. Fruits and grains ended up being digested by insects and diseases before they matured. This problem was solved with a two-way broadcaster design for balanced buildup of both soil and atmospheric forces.
FIELD BROADCASTERS REQUIRE TESTING AND CAN BE REPAIRED.
Once we realized one-way broadcasting caused serious imbalances it became more of an issue to test periodically to see that both reagent wells worked. If either failed, repair was necessary or imbalances occurred. This required test terminals and a well design that allowed repair or replacement. We are sure some of HieronymusÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Cosmic Pipes failed without detection or repair. People installed and used them on faith. If a unit failed and results weren’t forthcoming, who knew why?
THE STEINER AGRICULTURAL REMEDIES SUPPLY BOTH POLARITIES.
Plants grow within the context of everything around them in the entire cosmos. The complete array of Rudolf Steiner’s agricultural remedies supply both the downward, earthly, lime patterns and the upward, cosmic, silica patterns with the give-and-take patterns of clay mediating between these extremes. These remedies work with both the inner and outer planets of the solar family as they affect living organisms on the earth. This way all the features of the immediate cosmic surroundings are stimulated in a complete and balanced way.
THE INTEGRATING, MEDIATING EFFECT OF HORN CLAY.
Working with Greg Willis of AgriSynthesis we found that in the traditional biodynamic practices that grew out of Steiner’s work there was one remedy missing–Horn Clay. It tied everything together as a whole and mediated between the various parts as does the blood–to say nothing of the outer membrane or skin that contains it. Even more, horn clay ensured a dynamic exchange between the sugars from photosynthesis in the leaf and nourishment from micro-organisms in the soil. By incorporating summer horn clay as reagents in both upward and downward broadcasts there was no loss of energy at either extreme. Then sugars formed by photosynthesis were transported to the roots to feed microorganisms, particularly the azotobacters and mycorhyzae that provide nourishment for the plant. Once this clicks nitrogen fertilization becomes undesirable. Plants do better when they get their nitrogen from soil bacteria in the form of amino acids rather than nitrogen salts. Quality as well as yield is then assured, and plants can fulfill their genetic potential.
BALANCING AND TUNING HOMEOPATHIC POTENCIES FOR EACH LOCALITY.
In the light of Lili Kolisko’s research regarding homeopathic potencies of biodynamic preparations we found it desirable to determine for every location the appropriate potencies for each Steiner remedy. In each instance different conditions prevail, and achieving a finely tuned balance requires varying the homeopathic potencies. Sometimes in the middle of a crop year symptoms in the field will indicate an imbalance, and one particular potency or another can turn the situation around.
ARCHETYPAL REAGENTS MADE FROM GEOMETRIC CARDS.
It has proven inadvisable to put crude, raw materials such as lime, fertilizers or raw biodynamic preparations in our broadcasters as reagents. Using such contaminates the underlying patterns with gross materials, causing problems. Homeopathic potencies are of proven reliability.
However, one of the problems long experienced with homeopathic potencies is that variations and inconsistencies creep in, not only between different people making potencies from different batches of materials, but even between one occasion and another for the same practitioner. In searching for something better we found that clear and consistent results were obtained using Malcolm Rae geometric cards, which involve patterns of seven concentric circles. With geometric cards and a reader the card is inserted, the desired potency is dialed and the reagent (such as sugar tablets) gets that potency built or patterned on it. These cards are attuned to the archetypes and are the most reliable reagents we know of.
REAGENTS SHOULD BE PERIODICALLY REPLACED.
This is not because reagents wear out or lose their potency over time in a field broadcaster, but rather because over time conditions change and those reagents are no longer the most appropriate potencies to balance and improve vital conditions. How often reagents should be replaced for optimum results is not clear, but we recommend this at least annually.
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