I want to know why underground horticulture is considered a subject to be avoided? Where are the peer reviewed papers explaining why plants grown at a depth of 1500 metres underground exposed to 16 hours of growlights and 8 hours of total darkness each day experience a 400% increase in their rate of growth?
Furthermore the rate of growth increases with depth underground and to date there are no peer reviewed papers explaining why this should be possible.
My interest in this subject stems from the testing of lunar samples on both plants and animals during 1969 and 1970. A small amount of lunar material was pulverized to a fine powder and placed in solution with water. This solution was then sprinkled on plots of soil planted with bean and corn seeds. The result was an accelerated rate of growth, genetic deformities and cancerous growths.
Some years later the results of these tests were deleted from NASA’s files and replaced with a censored version…which acknowledged the lunar material affecting accelerated growth in plants but flatly denied any ill effects including structural alterations.
There is obviously a mystery involved here as documented test results are not usually altered to deny ill effects when ill effects have been found to occur.
The subject of underground horticulture is avoided by both scientists and government agencies responsible for horticultural programs. So I want to now why this should be such a difficult subject that it should be so blatantly avoided…what’s the big secret we are not supposed to find out about.
At the Creighton Mine located in Sudbury, Ontario in Canada at a depth of 1500 metres seedlings are being grown for reforestation projects at surface.
Surface soil, water and growlights are employed deep underground where cone seeds are germinated and allowed to grow to the 2 year seedling stage in a few short months and then replanted at surface sites where their rate of growth returns to normal. However, in addition to affecting accelerated growth this deep underground environment also causes these seedlings to be more resistant to fungus and other common types of disease affecting seedlings started at surface sites.
At the nickel mine in Flin Flon, Manitoba in Canada there is a horticultural nursery at a depth of roughly 670 metres underground where berry bushes are cultivated and sold to farmers wishing to add new stock to their existing horticultural projects.
Again the plants grown underground grow at an accelerated rate of growth and provide strong healthy plants resistant to common plant disease. Once replanted to surface sites the plants return to a normal rate of growth.
At both underground facilities flowers including roses are also grown. The colors are vivid and bright and the plants themselves are strong and healthy stock.
In my book Unity I explain this accelerated growth being due to an increase in an underlying force of energy inherent to all physical structure increasing with depth underground. I also explain that the underlying force of energy inherent to the moon’s structure is higher than that affecting the earth’s structure which explains the accelerated rate of growth experienced by plants exposed to the water solution containing lunar material.
Also I explain the genetic deformities and cancerous growths being due to the non-uniformity associated with the lunar material.
I find it difficult to understand how it would be possible to avoid further inquiry into this most interesting subject for more than 40 years and why it would not be of interest to scientists within the horticultural industry.
It has been my experience in dealing with both industry and government that this subject is considered a hot potato…get it out of here.
Obviously there is more to it than anyone is letting on otherwise the peer reviewed papers would be piling up…but there are none.
No peer reviewed papers attempting to explain an increase in plant growth with an increase in depth underground, with the aid of soil, growlights and water of course.
A 400% increase in the growth rate of plants is not to be sneezed at, it’s a significant event. In the Creighton horticultural nursery they have been producing seedlings for roughly 15 years, consequently this is not simply a one time event.
We presently have weather change occurring and the price of farm produce climbing so why would something like this not be vigorously pursued?
Is it really a national security issue? Come on now, you’re kidding right? A little difficult to wrap my mind around the logic or the rationalization it would take to make such a case, perhaps it is but I really don’t know. All I know is that a great opportunity is being side stepped in an extremely defiant manner.