SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-Z

SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-Z

SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-Z

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  • Al-Khalili J. & McFadden, J., 2014. Life on the Edge: The Coming of Age of Quantum Biology. Bantam Press.Transworld Digital. London, UK.
    • The first book ever that describes how quantum physics can be applied in biology. It discusses physiological processes that are also relevant for farming and gardening. The ‘communication’ between proteins of our DNA, the geographical orientation of birds, bees and reptiles and the efficiency of photosynthesis in plant leafs. Quite accessible for interested readers.
  • Andersen, A., 1989. The Anatomy of Life & Energy in Agriculture. Acres, Austin, Texas, USA. ISBN 0-911311-19-X.
    • The energies in fertilizers and in the cosmos preside over crop production. What makes each thing different is the energy pattern and frequency at which it resonates. The book is a manual on how to tap and use “life-force energy” to develop food production practices that are both high quality and non-destructive.
  • Andeweg Hans, 2001. In Resonance with Nature. Kosmos-Z&K Uitgevers, Utrecht, Netherlands.
    • The book contains 2 parts: Diagnosis and Therapy. In diagnosis the reader learns to peceive and judge the radiation of soils, plants and trees. This diagnosis of the life force energy of living beings is the starting point for treatment. The treatments are based on orgon energy, radionics, geometrical forms and symbols and they combine the human intention with the use of electronic devices. A very basic learning book.
  • Andeweg Hans, 2016. The Universe loves a happy ending. Becoming energy healers for the planet, organizations and ourselves. Hunter House Publishers. New York. ISBN 9780897936699.
    • Cutting-edge information about the interface between spirituality and ecology and about practical examples of healing environments from a distance. The book shows how the emerging connections between (quantum) science and universal spiritual laws give us new tools for working with life energy and consciousness as well as influencing events. The book summarizes the practical applications in 10 Principles of Energetic Guardianship. Foreword by Ervin Laszlo.
  • Bartholomew, Alick. 2003. Hidden Nature, The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger.
  • Benor, D. J. (1984). Fields and energies related to healing: A review of Soviet and Western studies. Psi Research, 3(l), 21-35.
  • Berendt Joachim-Ernst, 1987. Nada Brahma. The World is Sound. Music and the Landscape of Consciousness. Destiny Books / 1988 East-West Publ 1988. ISBN 90-70104-65-2.
    • Berendt brings all reality back to its tonal structure. The world is sound, rhythm and vibration. It shows how modern knowledge confirms old wisdom. He connects musicians with zen masters and modern physicists. The book offers an inspiring music based worldview.
  • Birch, Charles, 1990. On Purpose. A new way of thinking for the new millennium. New South wales University Press Ltd. Kensington NSW Australia. ISBN 0-86840-371-7.
    • Birch merges the ecological crisis with process philosophy (A.N.Whitehead) and quantum physics into a evolutionary challenge for humanity.
  • Bloksma J., M. Northolt and M. Huber, 2001. Parameters for Apple Quality Part 1 Report and Part 2 Annexes. FQH 1. Louis Bolk Institutut. Driebergen, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-74021-22-0.
    • Thorough study into various methods to assess apple quality and vitality. Methods compared include chemical and physical parameters, self-disintegration, sensory properties, copper Chloride crystallisation, capillary rising Picture method, delayed Luminescence (bio-photons), electro-chemical parameters, bovis-values. The study tried to identify correlations between various methods. Includes summaries in Dutch and German.
  • Braud, William G., & Schlitz, Marylin J. “Consciousness interaction with remote biological systems: Anomalous intentionally effects.” Subtle Energies, 2(1), 1991:1-46.
  • Buhner, Stephen Harrod, 2006. The Secret Teachings of Plants. The intelligence of the Heart in the direct perception of nature. Bear & Company, Rochester, Vermont USA. ISBN978-90-202-8418-9.
    • A fundamental but also practical guide to explore our heart connections with nature. It connects shamanic intuition, neuroscience and quantum physics. It discusses the entrainment of heart and brain and the role of electromagnetism in communicating with nature.
  • Callahan Philip S, 1994. `Exploring the Spectrum. Wavelengths of Agriculture and Life`, pp 178. Acres USA, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. ISBN 0-911311-44-0.
    • This book is a follow-up on Tuning In to Nature for agriculture. The entire electromagnetic spectrum is covered, everything from the short radioactive waves used to sterilize male screw flies so the female lays sterile eggs; to the long-wave radio frequencies that penetrate the soil, control and enhance root growth and the immune system of plants and animals. Explains not only the visible-light spectrum, but also the invisible high-energy nuclear and low-energy infrared and radio portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Callahan, Philip S., 2001. ‘Tuning In To Nature. Infrared radiation and the insect communication system’ second edition revised. Acres USA. Austin Texas. ISBN 0-9113111-69-6.
    • One of the very first authors that introduced us into the wave-structure of reality. He started his discoveries during WW 2, being a radio-communicator with English aircraft above the continent and studied the behaviour of night moths in light with various frequencies. Callahan also elaborates his finding for practical applications in food production.
  • Coates, Callum. 2001. Living energies: An Exposition of Concepts Related to the Theories of Viktor Schauberger. Gill and MacMillan, Ltd. Dublin, Ireland. ISBN 0-7171-3307-9.
    • The book describes the fundamental insights and reflections of Schauberger in energy. It elaborates on sound as a formative energy, the phenomenon of resonance and the creative energy-vortex, on magnetism and electricity. It also describes the importance of temperature on the workings of water. It is strong on its description of the dynamics of flowing water. It gives a challenging view on trees and light and on the metabolism of trees. One chapter is devoted to agriculture and soil fertility.
  • Conroy, Jim and Alexander, Basia. 2014. Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems. Plant Kingdom Communications
    • The book is a lively presentation of a practical method for humanity to design an eco-treaty with plants and animal beings. The approach is based on some fundamental convictions: that nature in conscious, that people can communicate with it and that any form of live has the right to live.
  • Creath, K and Schwartz, G.E. 2003. ‘Effects of intention, musical sound and noise on the germination of seeds: Evidenceof entanglement between human and plant systems.’ In: Quantum Mind 2003: Consciousness, Quantum Physics and the Brain. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, Centre for Consciousness Studies, 2003; 30–31.
    • Title speaks for itself.
  • Currivan Jude, 2005. The Wave: a life changing journey into the heart and mind of the cosmos. O Books John Hunt Publ Hants, UK. ISBN 978-90-202-8466-9.
    • Again a book that describes the connections between old gnosis and modern science. Consciousness expresses itself in energy, which in turn manifests itself in waves. The cosmos is created continuously through endless interferences of waves. It explains the principles of esoteric knowledge and energetic healing. But is also explores the question how we can live in harmony with ourselves and the cosmos and about the power of love. We need heart and mind together in a powerful spirituality.
  • Davenas, E. et al (incl J. Benveniste). 1988. Human basophil degranulation triggered 
by very dilute antiserum against IgE. Nature 1988, 333: 816-818.
  • Davis Stephen, 2010. Butterflies are free to fly. A new and radical approach to spiritual evolution. L&G Productions, LLC. ButterfliesFree.com
    • A very accessible explanation of the new paradigm in quantum theory. It describes for example the double-slit experiment that shows that unobserved electrons tend to behave as waves and not as particles. It also describes the effect of observation of the electrons: once observed they ‘collapse’ into the particle behaviour. The observer matters in studying reality.
  • Dubro Peggy Phoenix and David P. Lapierre, 2002. Elegant Empowerment: Evolution of Consciousness. Platinum Publishing House, Sedona AZ, USA.
    • The book explores the functioning of the human and the cosmic energy fields and the mutual influences. It describes the power of intention. It introduces the universal calibration lattice. It moves from growing in consciousness to healing with your hands. With very clear drawings.
  • Eijk, van T., 1998. Farming Systems Research and Spirituality, an analysis of the foundations of professionalism in developing sustainable farming systems. PhD dissertation, Wageningen University. ISBN 90-5485-980-6.
    • Probably the only study reflecting thoroughly –in the last chapters- on the influence of intention, meditation and mind-set of professionals on the effects of their rural development activities.
  • Endured, James, 2006. Ecoshamanism. Sacred practices of Unity, Power & Earth Healing. Llewellyn Publications, Woodbury, Minnesota. ISBN 10: 0-7387-0742-2.
    • The author designs a global project of eco-shamanism. It involves tasks at the four levels of mind, body, environment and spirit. And it suggests a programme of ‘counterpractices’ that both invert your worldview and suggest luminous acts. It describes very clearly 18 counterpractices and 53 practices
  • Findhorn Community 1975. ‘The Findhorn Garden. Pioneering a new vision of man and nature in cooperation.’ Turnstone Books and Wildwood House London UK. ISBN 07045 0231 3.
    • The book tells the story of an early eco-community in the practical efforts and spiritual guiding to producing extraordinary vegetables on poor soil. The book openly reveals the lessons in receiving guidance of nature spirits for growing crops.
  • Fukuoka, Masanobu, 1985. The Natural Way of Farming. Theory and Practice of Green Philosophy. Japan Publications Inc. Tokyo. ISBN 0-87040-613-2.
    • The Japanese farmer Fukuoka offers an in-depth view in the different philosophies of farming and of science. It describes the errors of the intellect and the illusions of natural science. It gives a critique of the laws of agricultural science and also offers an alternative in Mahayana natural farming (pure natural when man becomes one with nature) and Hinayana natural farming (natural organic, when men seeks entry into the Mahayana realm) and scientific farming (where men exists in contradiction and is estranged from nature). His lessons are challenging: do-nothing-farming.
  • Gerber, R., 2000. A Practical Guide to Vibrational Medicine. HarperCollins Publishers Inc, New York.
    • The first comprehensive book about vibrational techniques in human medicine. It describes many techniques and formulates theoretical support.
  • Goldsmith Edward and Stephanie Roth (eds) 2000. The Cosmic Covenant, unique millennium issue of The Ecologist. Richmond Office, Surrey, UK.
    • Examining the role of religion in society, at a symbolically important date in history. ‘We must revive the theological underpinnings of our original Religions in which the individual related to society, the natural world and the cosmos.’ The issue emphasizes the importance of our world view and the spiritual and religious backgrounds of the environmental crisis. And it refers to inspiration from archaic societies, Tao, Egyptian cosmography, Vedic India, the book of Enoch in the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Christian tradition and African Churches.
  • Graeme Sait, 2003. `Nutrition Rules, guidelines from 22 master consultants´, 308 pp. Soil Therapy Pty Ltd, Yandina Qld 4561 Australia. nutri-tech.com.au ISBN 0-9750508-0-X.
    • Australian ag consultant Graeme Sait has interviewed true visionaries ofecological agriculture and natural health, and has condensed their philosophies and techniques. The 22 interviews contain hundreds of guidelines, tips, insights and recipes from Charles Walters, Neal Kinsey, Elaine Ingham, Malcolm Beck, Hugh Lovel, Dan Skow, Phil Callahan, Phil Wheeler, Arden Andersen, Gary Zimmer, Jerry Brunetti, Joel Salatin and more. Half of these advisors include quantum and energetic techniques in their farm advice.
  • Hensen, B. H., Bernien, A. E. Dréau, A. Reiserer, N. Kalb, M. S. Blok, J. Ruitenberg, R. F. L. Vermeulen, R. N. Schouten, C. Abellán, W. Amaya, V. Pruneri, M. W. Mitchell, M. Markham, D. J. Twitchen, D. Elkouss, S. Wehner, T. H. Taminiau R. Hanson (2015) Loophole-free Bell inequality violation using electron spins separated by 1.3 kilometres. Nature Letter. Nature 526, 682–686 (29 October 2015).
    • In 1935, Einstein asked a profound question about our understanding of Nature: could, as predicted by quantum theory, looking at one object sometimes instantaneously affect another far-away object? Einstein did not believe in quantum theory’s prediction. 80 years later, Delft University of Technology finally performed what is seen as the ultimate test against Einstein’s worldview: the loophole-free Bell test. The scientists found that two electrons, separated 1.3 km from each other on the Delft University campus, can indeed have an invisible and instantaneous connection. The Delft experiment not only closes a chapter in one of the most intriguing debates in science, it may also enable a radically new form of secure communications that is fundamentally impossible to ‘eavesdrop’ into.
  • Ho, M-W.,2008.The Rainbow and the Worm, The physics of Organisms. 3rd ed. World Scientific.
    • A serious inquiry into Schrödinger’s question, “What is life?”. It takes the reader through many areas of contemporary physics, from non-equilibrium thermodynamics and quantum optics to liquid crystals and fractals. In the process, the reader is gaining novel insights not only into the physics, but also into “the poetry and meaning of being alive. This third edition includes new findings on the central role of biological water in organizing living processes; it also completes the author’s novel theory of the organism and its applications in ecology, physiology and brain science. Titles of some chapters will interest the visitors of this website: ‘Life is a Little Electric Current’; How Coherent Is the Organism? The Heartbeat of Health and Sensitivity to Weak Electromagnetic Fields; Crystal Consciousness; Quantum Entanglement and Coherence; Ignorance of the External Observer. The book also shows the scientific logic behind closing energy and nutrient cycles in farming.
  • Hubbard, C and McCamis, M., 2007. Sacred Stewardship: Regaining our spiritual partnership with the food we eat. Malki’el McCamis self-publication, Nova Scotia, USA. ISBN: 978-0-9784229-2-9.
    • This book addresses the issue of the quality of food we eat, and what steps can be taken to regain a personal and spiritual connection to the food we consume, and the nature elements that help us to produce our food. The book contains “easy to do” techniques of creating sustainable food from city to country dwellers and resources for returning stewardship and partnership to our lives.
  • Jones, Andy, Michel Pimbert and Janice Jiggins, 2012. Virtuous Circles: Values, Systems, Sustainability. IIED and IUCN CEESP, London.
    • The book discusses different ways of seeing and doing, related to resilience of natural systems. It compares linear and circular systems. Why linear thinking creates Vicious Circles and how joining the dots creates Virtuous Circles. At the end it summarizes the relevant concepts, values and principles and argues in favor of food sovereignty.
  • Katsenios N., Kavvadias V., Theocharopoulos S., Bilalis D., Ionnnou Z., Papadopoulos A., Liakopoulou N. 2015. Influence of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Plant Growth, Nutrient Absorption and Yield of Durum Wheat, Notulae Scientia Biologicae 7(4):505-509.
    • Researchers have adopted the use of magnetic field as a new pre-sowing, environmental friendly technique. Enhancements on plant characteristics with economic impact on producer’s income could be the future of a modern, organic and sustainable agriculture. A field experiment with durum wheat was established at Soil Science Institute of Athens, Greece, in the winter of 2014. Seeds were treated using a PAPIMI electromagnetic field generator for 0, 30 and 45 minutes one day before planting. The results indicate that this innovative technique can increase the yield of durum wheat, through enhanced absorption of nutrients. Pre-sowing treatment of the seeds leads to vigorous plant growth that are more productive.
  • Kieft, Henk, 2006. Application of Quantum Physics for a holistic approach to Agricultural Heritage Systems. Keynote lecture at GIAHS Forum, October 24-26 FAO, Rome. www.fao.org/sd/SDA/GIAHS/forum_oct2006/opening/Quantum_Physics-Henk-Kieft.pdf
    • Kieft illustrates the use of electro-magnetic waves in both modern and traditional agriculture. Some contributed to enhancing animal and plant production and food quality. Others enabled early detection and effective control of diseases and pests. Our world should not be seen as being made of matter and energy only, but also of quantum information carried by energy and circulating in the vacuum among particles and holding matter together. This new understanding of the soil-plant-animal-man relationships should make agriculture more efficient and less harmful to our environment and health. It should enlarge our concept of modern agriculture to a “quantum agriculture” considering the role of electro-magnetic radiations in life processes. Ultimately an even broader concept should encompass the “intuitive agriculture” practiced since millennia by the traditional farmers and their shamans, that is now being investigated by young research workers.
  • Kieft Henk, 2006. Quantum Agriculture: bridging frontline physics and intuitive knowledge of nature? pp 209-218 in Haverkort Bertus and Coen Reijntjes (eds) Moving Worldviews, reshaping sciences, policies and practices for endogenous sustainable development. Compas Leusden, The Netherlands. ISBN 10: 90-77347-09-7. compasnet.org
    • This paper explores new technologies in farming based on electromagnetic theories and techniques based on intuitive understanding of plants and animals. It also explores the question how to understand and further develop these techniques in order to contribute to sustainable agriculture.
  • Kieft H. (2015) Intuitive Farming: Towards a New Vision on Nature. In Park S.A, and C. Shoemaker(eds.), Proceedings of the XI International People-Plant Symposium on Diversity: Towards a New Vision on Nature. Acta Hort. 1093, ISHS. Pp 179-194. ISSN 0567-7572, ISBN 978 94 6261 086 6.
    • The author has studied innovative farming techniques, like electromagnetics and intuitive knowing. He furthers his conclusions of electromagnetic treatments in animal husbandry to the impact of nature environments on human health. Nature-health research is invited to complement their vision – until now based only on indirect effects of nature on human health – with his findings from farming – based on direct effects of electromagnetic vibrations occurring in nature.
  • King, F.H., 1911. ‘Farmers of Forty Centuries, Permanent Agriculture in China, Korea and Japan.
    • The report from an American agronomist, who travelled to the East and was so amazed about the well developed farming systems approach, that he wanted to preach it in the USA as well. But is was completely ignored. Picked up in the Netherlands in 2010 by Eburon, Delft and the Stichting12Ambachten and translated into ’Vierduizend jaar Kringlooplandbouw’ door Sietz Leeflang..
  • Kogan, Ippolit M. Applied Information Theory. New York: Gordon & Breach, 1988.
  • Kohanov Linda, 2003. Riding between The Worlds. Expanding Our Potential Through the Way of the Horse. New World Library, Novato, California USA.
    • Horse trainer Linda Kohanov had already written THE TAO OF EQUUS, a multidisciplinary exploration of the powerful spiritual, emotional, and psychological connections between people and horses. Its provocative narrative, blending her story of prescient dreams and ancestral communication with a wide-ranging exploration of equine-facilitated therapy practices, created a worldwide demand for her workshops and lectures. Building on this theoretical groundwork in her bestselling debut, RIDING BETWEEN THE WORLDSconcentrates on sharing many extraordinary, life-changing accounts. “I have the opportunity to share some of these stories, illustrating that personal anecdotes I initially worried were too strange to confess in print are not unique, but rather representative of the powerful connections that humans and horses around the world are having with increasing regularity as taboos against treating animals as equals lose influence,” she says. In RIDING BETWEEN THE WORLDS, she delves more deeply into the equine mind and spirit to discover what they have to teach us about the untapped potential of our own species.
  • Kurdyumov Nikolay, 2012. ‘Growing fruit with a smile, planting seeds of laughter, reaping fruits of joy.’ Deep Snow Press, NY, USA. Order the book at RingingCedars.com which is also the site to order the books of Vladimir Megre about Anastasia.
    • Very practical, humoristic but deep book about fruit gardening, with a feeling of connection. Like the algebra of harmony for your datsja. Specifically for Siberia and other colder areas.
  • Laszlo, Ervin with Anthony Peake, 2014. ‘The Immortal Mind. Science and the continuity of Consciousness beyond the Brain’. Inner Traditions, Rochester Vermont, Toronto Canada. ISBN 978 1 62055 303 9.
    • Based on a new scientific paradigm in sync with experience-based spirituality, Ervin Laszlo and Anthony Peake explore how consciousness is continually present in the cosmos and can exist without connection to a living organism. They examine the rapidly growing body of scientific evidence supporting the continuity of consciousness. With proof that consciousness is basic to the cosmos and immortal in its deeper, nonmanifest realm, Laszlo and Peake reveal the purpose of consciousness is to manifest in living beings in order to continuously evolve.
  • Lauterwasser, Alexander, 2006. ‘Water Sound Images, The Creative Music of the Universe’.
  • Lovel, Hugh. 2014. Quantum Agriculture: Biodynamics and Beyond. Quantum Agriculture Publishers, Blairsville, Georgia, USA.
    • Quantum physics grew out of the realization that matter arises due to wave functions which perfectly meet themselves. These vortices recur, concentrating charge in self-organizing, self-reinforcing resonance and thus are stable. Basically, this means that everything in the universe is vibration, either free and experienced in waves such as light, or bound in vortices in self-reinforcing, self-similar spirals. Both are influenced by quantum non-local pattern energy, which can be broadcast using a stationary, self-driven equivalent of a crystal radio set. Called a Field Broadcaster and built by Hugh Lovel using his copyright design, one of these units can cover 6000 or more acres. He aims to raise the level of understanding in biology and agriculture where the intriguing rules of quantum physics are by far the best explanation of how living organisms interact with the soil as well as the wider universe.
  • McTaggart Lynne, 2002. `The Field. The quest for the secret force of the universe’. Harper Collins Publ New York USA. ISBN 978-0-06-093117-9.
    • The author –as a science journalist- interviews many scientists to answer her main quest about the secret of the universe. Very accessible and instructive.
  • McTaggart Lynne, 2007. The Intention Experiment – Use Your Thought to Change the World. Baror International Inc. Armonk, New York USA. ISBN 978-90-202-8456-0.
    • The author expands her earlier book into a worldwide experiment about the impact of organised intention.
  • Measures, M. and Weinberger, P. (1970). The effect of four audible sound frequencies on the growth of Marquis spring wheat. Can. J. Bot. 48: 659-662.
  • Megre, Vladimir. 2008. Anastasia. DeepSnow.com
    • The first in a series of 9 books, gradually developing the ancient knowing of young lady, living alone in the wild, educated in ancient Russian Vedic knowing. It is the starter of an ‘eco-village revolution’ taking place in Russia and abroad.
  • Mirtskhulava, M. B. (1991). The primary mechanism of the biological action of weak magnetic fields of sound frequency. Soobshcheniya Akademi Nauk Gruzii. 144(2-3): 313-315.
  • Montagnier Luc, et al, 2011. ‘DNA waves and water.’ Journal of Physics, 2011. J. Phys: Conf.Ser.Vol. 306 012007.
  • Moore Alanna, 2001. “Stone Age Farming. Eco-Agriculture for the 21st ” Phyton Press Castlemaine Vic 3450 Australia, 213 pp. ISBN 0-646-41188-8. www.geomantica.com.
    • A very accessible book presenting many ancient farming methods that would fit well in quantum agriculture. ‘Tapping nature’s subtle energies for your farm or garden.’ In fact, the first book giving a short introduction in these techniques. It has no scientific pretention.
  • Narby, Jeremy, 1999 `The Cosmic Serpent, DNA and the origins of knowledge`. Phoenix, Orion Books, London.
    • Antropologist Narby explores the sources of knowing of Native American shamans. He concludes that the scientific knowledge of a cell-biologist might tell the same story about the foundations of life, as the dreamed answers of a shaman.
  • Nuthall, P.L., 2012. The Intuitive World of Farmers – The case of grazing management systems and experts. In Agricultural Systems 107 (2012) 65-73.
    • See 2018 article of Nuthall and Old.
  • Nuthall, P.L., and K.M. Old. 2018. ‘Intuition, the farmers’ primary decision process. A review and analysis.’ J. Of Rural Studies 58, (2018) 28-38. elsevier.com/locate/jrurstud
    • Intuition is a critical component of farmers’ decision making and underlies human capital. A model of decision making, including intuition, was developed. The components included management style, experience, intelligence, decision reflection, self-critiquing, and similar.Intuitive ability proved to be critically important in achieving objectives. The pre-requisites of good intuition were experience, technical and decision theory knowledge, and, in part, anticipation skills. Developing successful intuition requires consulting widely, personal reflection and critiquing in a constantly evolving decision skill. The model was original and the first to integrate the factors giving rise to business decision making intuition. The results make it clear how to improve intuition, and underpin understanding farmers and their modus operandi.
  • Olga, A., 2017. ‘The influence of Musical Rhythm on a person’s psychophysical state.’ MOJ Sports Med 1(3):00017.
    • Sound waves are a specific factor which universally influences the psychosomatic condition of a person. This influence can be either optimizing or pathogenic. The conclusions are important for the physical culture educational sphere.
  • Oliver Paul, 2002. `Sonic Bloom: Music to plants´ stomata?` in: Countryside and Small Stock Journal, Vol.86 no 4. July/Aug 2002 pp72-74.
    • One of the first articles in a farm journal about the impact of music on plant growth. It suggests that the frequencies of around 5000 Hz are in the range of bird songs. It also suggests and shows that the stomata react on the music. 15 minutes after starting the music, the spraying of foliar fertilizer should start. And you only need half of it as the plant with its opened stomata takes in much more than without music.
  • Phoenix Dubro Peggy and David P. Lapierre, 2006. Elegant empowerment: Evolution of Consciousness. Platinum Publ House, Sedona (AZ) USA. ISBN 90-202-8421-5.
    • Great effort to relate consciousness with physics and subtle energies.
  • Prigogine Ilya and Isabelle Stengers, 1987. Order out of Chaos. ISBN 90-351-021206.
    • A passionate contemplation about man and the universe. The book shows that the knowledge of disciplines of biology, physics, necessity and coincidence, science and humanity must be brought together again. The Belgian theorist and physicist Prigogine (born in Moscow) has devoted himself to theories of irreversible thermo-dynamics (of irreversible heat processes) and the self-organisation of systems. One of his chapters is: ‘Order through Fluctuations’. Another chapter ‘From being to becoming’. Discusses quantum mechanics and the phenomenon of entropy.
  • Puthoff, Harod E., Targ, Russell, & May, Edwin C. “Experimental psi research: implication for physics,” in The Role of Consciousness in the Physical World, ed. Robert G. Jahn. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1981, pp.    37-86.
  • Radin, Dean. 2006. Entangled Minds. Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality. Paraview Pocket Books. ISBN 978-1416-51677-4.
  • Radin, Dean. 2011. The Noetic Universe: The Scientific Evidence for Psychic Phenomena. Transworld Digital, London, UK. ISBN 978-1446-43888-6.
  • Raines, J.K. 1981. ‘Electromagnetic Field Interactions with the human body: observed effects and theories.’ Report prepared for NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenland, Maryland. USA.
    • One of the first studies on the impact of electromagnetic fields on human wellbeing. Relates to
    • cosmic radiation as well as it was prepared to prevent unhealthy effects on astronauts.
  • Raum & Zeit, 2004. ‘Special Global Scaling’ Institut fur Raum-Energie-Forschung GmbH, Germany.
    • Describes the discovery of Global Scaling theory and its most important principles. Challenging, but realistic as already one animal healing centre (for horses) has been built based on these principles. Every organ and every animal or plant has its optimum dimensions, related to their size and weight.
  • Roads, Michael J., 2011. Conscious Gardening: Practical and metaphysical expert advice to grow your garden organically. Findhorn Press, Forres, Scotland and Quintessence Publisher, Aubagne Cedex, France. ISBN 978-1-84409-549-0.
    • A good and practical book about gardening, but including its spiritual aspects. Love and gratitude are important ingredients for healthy food.
  • Roads, Michael J., 2014. ‘Stepping … Between … Realities.’ Six Degrees Publishing Group, Portland USA.
    • Modern Mystic, shares his spiritual journeys into the wider realms of being. Contains a lot to digest. Here I quote him for his stories about the energy qualities of various farming systems.
  • Roney-Dougal, S.M. (1995). “The science and psychology of dowsing,” Chap. 7 in The Dowsing Rod Kit, ed. Lonegren, Virgin Books, London.
  • Roney-Dougal, S. 2002. Where Science and Magic Meet: Exploring our Psychic Birthright. Vega, London, UK.
    • Examines the techniques used in different esoteric schools for altering states of consciousness from a scientific point of view. It supports the growing appreciation of a fusion between ancient wisdom, Gaia theories and principles of the new physics. Our modern world reflects an exciting new merging of conscious and subconscious, East and West, science with magical mysticism.
  • Roszak Theodore, Mary E. Gomes and Allen D. Kanner (eds), 1995. ‘Ecopsychology, restoring the earth, healing the mind.’ Sierra Club Books, University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London.
    • Where Psyche meets Gaia. The psychopathology of the Human-Nature relationship. The all-consuming self. The wilderniss effect. Therapy for a dying planet. Shamanic counseling. The skill of ecological perception. The spirit of the Goddess. The ecology of magic. Keepers of the earth.
  • Roussopoulos, M., 2018. ‘Nature Constellations. Exploring our Profound Interconnectedness with All Life.’ The Knowing Field (Jan 2018).
    • A profound analysis of the constellation phenomena with beautiful examples of constellations dealing with nature.
  • Rubik B., 1993. “Natural light from living organisms”, Noetic Sciences Review 26, Summer 1993, pp. 10-15.
  • Rubik B., ed, 1992. The Interrelationship Between Mind and MatterCenter for Frontier Sciences.
  • Rubik B., 1993.  Energy medicine a challenge for science.  Noetic Science, N:28, p.37.
  • Sait, G., 2003. `Nutrition Rules, guidelines from 22 master consultants´, 308 pp. Soil Therapy Pty Ltd, Yandina Qld 4561 Australia. nutri-tech.com.au ISBN 0-9750508-0-X
    • One of the first books about agricultural advisors who include energy management and human health into their advisory work.
  • Sangen Y., and K. Tazelaar. 2013. ‘Biophotons, source of light for energy and well-being.’ Ankh-Hermes Deventer NL.
    • Very accessible booklet discussing photons and biophotons, and their relationship with consciousness, our self-healing capacity, the vitality of water, healthy foods, the role of ‘rhythms’ and of ‘order’, breathing, the biophoton field – intermediary between body and soul, and applied biophoton science..
  • Sarno Louis, 1993. ‘Song from the forest. My life among the Ba-Benjellé Pygmee.’ Bantam Press, London. . ISBN 90-6590-905-2.
    • American musicologist Sarno learns the secrets of singing from the Pygmees in Central African rainforest. A beautiful story about internalizing two cultures.
  • Small-Wright, M., 1993. ‘Perelandra Garden Workbook’ Perelandra-Ltd, USA. ISBN 1-540-937-2153.
    • A very clear and thorough book about designing and maintaining your garden in co-creation with nature beings. Clear instructions how to set up communication.
  • Souza de A et al. 2006. ‘Pre-Sowing MagneticTreatments of Tomato Seeds Increase the Growth and Yield of Plants.’ In Bioelectromagnetics 27:247-257 (2006).
    • Title is clear.
  • Steiner, R., 1995. ‘Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path: A Philosophy of Freedom’ (Classics in Anthroposophy)
    • Title is clear.
  • Talbot Michael, 1996. ‘The Holographic Universe.’ Paperback edition HarperCollinsPublishers. ISBN 0586 09171 8.
    • Talbot analyses several publications of David Bohm related to quantum physics. The author first elaborates on entanglement and nonlocality, then on order and degrees of order. And he describes how Bohm arrives at the distinction between the hidden implicit order and the manifest explicit order. And the metaphor for an even better understanding of order, was the hologram. … The existence of a deeper and holographically organized order also explains why reality becomes nonlocal at the subquantum level. Saying that every part of a piece of a holographic film contains all the information possessed by the whole, is really just another way of saying that the information is distributed non-locally.
  • Tengan Edward, 1991. ‘The Land as being and cosmos: the institution of the earth cult among the Sisala of Northwestern Ghana.’ European University Studies ser.19, Anthropology-ethnology : Sect. B. Ethnology Vol. 25. ISBN 3-631-44004-9. Verlag Peter Lang GmbH, Frankfurt am Main.
    • Anthropological study of the Earth Cult among Sisala (Ghana) from a cosmological perspective. The subsistence farmers take recourse to their relations with the Land as the fundamental grounding of their religious beliefs and praxes. The Land is experienced both as a lived-world and a supra-human being, it structures their institutions and activities for a harmonious life.
  • Tiller, W., 1997. ‘Science and the Human Transformation: Subtle Energies, Intentionality and Consciousness.’ Pavior Publishing USA. pavior.com ISBN 0-9642637-4-2.
    • Tiller probably is the scientist most deep digging into subtle energy issues. Goes beyond the speed of light and describes that part of reality.
  • Tompkins, P. and Bird, C., 1989,`Secrets of the soil. New solutions for restoring our planet.`444pp. Published by Acres USA. ISBN
    • As the book above about plants.
  • Tompkins, P. and Bird, C., 1991. ‘The secret life of plants.’ Arkana, Penguin Group. ISBN 9780060915872
    • The book that ignited my quest into understanding this secret life of plants. A very accessible description of a dozen experiences about the sensitivity and memory of plants. They also discuss the influence of human mood on plant physiology. A good starter.
  •  Tromp, S.W., Psychical Physics. ‘1949. ‘A scientific analysis of dowsing radiesthesia and kindred divining phenomena.’ Elsevier, Amsterdam NL.
    • Tromp was professor in geology in Egypt, quite ahead of his time. He starts with 200 pages about electro-magnetic fields in and around living beings, including human beings. Then it describes the geophysical fields: electric, magnetic and radioactive. And the climatological or meteorological field. He spends 36 pages on further evidence of the influence of external electro-magnetic field son living organisms and deals with divining and kindred phenomena. In over a hundred pages he describes rhabdomancy, radiesthesia, hypnotism and the sensitivity of animals for direction. His final chapter is about psychical physics.
  • Turin L., 2006. ‘The Secret of Scent: Adventures in Perfume and the Science of Smell.’ HarperCollins Publishers, USA.
    • In this original book, Luca Turin explores the two competing theories of smell. Is scent determined by molecular shape or molecular vibrations? Turin describes in fascinating detail the science, the evidence, and the debate and pays homage to the scientists who went before. Turin bets on vibrations as the best explaining theory.
  • Umpleby, Stuart A., 2007. ‘Physical Relationships among Matter, Energy and Information.’ Systems Research and Behavioral Science, vol 24, no 3, pp 369-372. 2007.
    • A good introduction into the concept of MEI.
  • Vries de, M., 2012. ‘The Whole Elephant Revealed: Insights into the existence and operation of Universal Laws and the Golden Ratio.’ Axis Mundi Books, Hants, UK.
    • It is a synthesis of common insights of ancient wisdom traditions and related to cutting-edge scientific discoveries. These principles create order and harmony in the universe. The book is not writing about agriculture or gardening but its principles would apply.
  • Verschuuren, B., Wild, R., McNeely, J.A., Oviedo, G., 2010. ‘Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving Nature & Culture.’ Earthscan, London, UK. ISBN 978-1849-71167-8.
    • A description of around 20 case studies about the function of sacred places in various cultures and continents. It insists on the enormous relevance of such spots in the conservation of plants and biodiversity, and the prevention of erosion. Some of these stories include energetic and spiritual connections.
  • Wijk van R., 2014. ‘Light in Shaping Life. Biophotons in Biology and Medicine.’ An interdisciplinary textbook. Meluna, Geldermalsen The Netherlands. ISBN 978-90-8188-432-7.
    • The best book I know of, that introduces the reader in the history and the science of photons in food, in human health etc. The key term is coherence of bio-photon behaviour, it is suggested as a new indicator for health quality of food.
  • Williams,, 2003. ‘Learning their Language. Intuitive Communication with Animals and Nature.’ New World Library, Novato California. ISBN 1-57731-243-0.
    • Martha Williams once facilitated a training in animal communication in which I participated. It was a great learning opportunity. Her key message is also not easy for many intellectual people: ‘Trust your intuition!’
  • Williams, M., 2005. ‘Beyond Words – Talking with Animals and Nature.’ Publishers Group West. Canada. ISBN 978-1-57731-492-9.
    • Looking for explanations of her observations, Martha arrives at the conclusion that quantum physics helped her the most.
  • Zyl van, Pieter Johannes Jacobus, 2012. ‘Radio Frequency Energy for Bioelectric Stimulation of Plants.’ Dissertation M-TECH in Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
    • This dissertation is explaining at a highly electro-technical level, what frequencies are broadcasted on tomatoes in his experiment testing the reaction of tomatoes on electricity leaking from electrical wires. Compared to the non-treated tomatoes, the treated tomatoes had a 56% higher mass production and no disease problems. His explanation evolves around the frequencies of Potash K and Magnesium Mg, resonating respectively at 16 Hz and at 32 Hz. Both elements play a crucial role in the exchange of matter in and out cells.

 

FRENCH, FRANCAIS

  • Aubert, Claude, 1977. ‘L’Agriculture biologique. Pourquoi et comment la pratiquer.’ Ch XI “Quelques facteurs meconnus de la croissance des plantes.” Le Courrier du Livre, Paris. ISBN 2-7029-0045-3.
    • A book –in French – that already early mentioned the energetic aspects of plant growth.
  • Bouchardon, Patrice. 2017. ‘L’Energie des Arbres, le pouvoir energetique des arbres et leur aide dans notre transformation.’ Le Courrier du Livre. Paris. Also published in the UK by Gaia Books Ltd. London.
    • Sur la connection de l’homme avec la nature, et specifiquement l’arbre. Tres bonne explication du champ energetique humain at de l’arbre. Beaucoup d’exercises pour decouvrir l’energie des arbres et l’energie dont vous avez besoin dans votre processus de transformation.
  • Cannenpasse-Riffard Raphael, 2011. ‘Biologie, Medicine et Physque QUANTIQUE.’ Resurgence, Medicine & Sciences. Marco Pitteur Ed. Embourg, Belgique. ISBN 978-2-87434-068-0.
    • The titel indeed says what the book is about. Very instructive chapters exploring and explaining human health from a quantum physics perspective.
  • Julien, Eric avec Gentil Cruz, 2004. ‘Kogis, le message des derniers hommes.’ Editions Albin Michel/ C.L.E.S.  » ISBN 2-226-15432-9.
    • Julien, after a plane crash, was miraculously cured by a traditional shaman. He went back to understand how this could happen. Julien understood the energetic aspects of the shamanic healing as well as the importance of energetic and spiritual healing for the harmony in society. He documents the main messages of these Native Americans for modern Western cultures. This work by Eric Julien has led to the making of the movie Aluna.
  • Doorne Y. van, 2002. ‘Les sons au service de l’agrobiologie. Applications, découvertes et perspectives.’ ITAB Institut technique d’agriculture biologique. Bi-mensuel Alter Agri Juillet-août 2002.
    • Yanninck van Doorne is the first agronomist, who did his PhD on sound and plants. His conclusions were so convincing that he developed a full set of agricultural advisory services including music and magnetic devices. His team is basically working in Belgium and France. He shares many experiences on his websites.
  • Ivcldi, Marion. 2003. ‘Les ondes au service des plantes.’ Journal Ouest France. 03/06/2003.
    • …..
  • Simonton, Andre, ‘Radiations des Aliments.’ 1990.
    • Introduces the food quality measurements designed by dr. Bovis.
  • Zurcher, Ernst, 2016. ‘Les arbres entre visible et invisible.’ Acte Sud, France.
    • Another forester who shares his view on trees and plants and nature in relation to cosmic rhythms. Chapters about Polarity and Spirituality, Chronobiology, Subtle Messages,

 

GERMAN, DEUTSCH

  • Bechmann, Arnim., 2004. ‘Transmaterialen Katalysatoren– Funktionsmodell, Anwendungsbereiche und experimentelle Erfahrungen.’ Zukunftszentrum Baringshausen, Deutschland.
    • This work is introducing the concept of transmaterial catalizers. It is theoretically well documented.
  • Bechmann, Arnim, 2002. ‘Transmaterialen Katalysatoren und die weltweite Entwicklung des ökologischen Landbaus.’ Hagia Chora, Geomantie und Landwirtschaft 14 pp82-85.
    • Farmers and gardeners can serve plants with non-material information. It adds a relevant tool to their farm management kit.
  • Berendt, Joachim-Ernst, 1983. ‘Nada Brahma. Die Welt ist Klang.’ Insel Verlag. ISBN 90-70104-65-2. Also in English 1987 Destiny Books / East-West Publ 1988.
    • A great book on sound and how it has influenced life of many cultures in the past, has been forgotten in the West, but i semerging anew. Accessible and inspiring reading.
  • Bischof, Marco, 2002. ‘Transmateriale Katalysatoren.’ In Hagia Chora, Geomantie und Landwirtschaft 14 pp86-91.
    • Bischof has explored all corners of subtle energies and potential scientific explanations. A great resource.
  • Bischof, Marco, 2002. ‘Tachyonen, Orgonenergie, Skalarwellen, feinstofflichte Felder zwischen Mythos und Wissenschaft’. AT Verlag. ISBN 3-85502-786-2.
    • Again a strong document about rather unknown aspects of reality and the fundamental theories that support these phenomena.
  • Danzer, A.W., 2014. ‘Die unsichtbare Kraft in Lebensmitteln. Kristallationsbilder aus der Forschung vom LifevisionLab von Soyana. Bio und nicht-bio im Vergleich.’ Verlag Bewustess Dasein, Schweiz.
    • This firm Soyana explains for its clients how they approach their quest for quality and vital food. It shows with many pictures of crystallization patterns, what is the visible difference between bio and non-bio food. It explains as well their 12 criteria to achieve the most healthy food they sell. Even their staff holds regular meditation to spiritually upgrade the food quality.
  • Jager, Willigis, 2007. ‘Die Welle ist das Meer. Mystische Spiritualität.’ Herder, Freiburg, Deutschland. ISBN 978-3-451-05912-4.
    • One of those modern mystics that helps to open up yourself for a spiritual attitude towards yourself and nature.
  • Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, 2002. Forschungsstelle für Bio-sensorik Year report 2002. Zie: www.ludwigboltzmann.at/forschungsstellen/publicationen
    • This institue reports studies made by mrs. Naomi Kempe on the electrical and subtle energy reactions of people on the radiation of their environment. Based on carefull radioesthetic monitoring. Early and inventive work about our sixth sense.
  • Vitra Design und Autoren. 2011. ‘Steiner, R., Die Alchemie des Alltags’: pp23-106 Kontext. ISBN 978-3-931936-85-3 (deutsch), ISBN 978-3-931-936-86-0 (english).
    • A book published at the occasion of an art exposition of Steiners work. It includes his thinking about the relevance of imagination, inspiration and intuition as ways to explore the invisible information available around and within us. This knowing is complementaory to our ’normal’ cognition.

 

DUTCH, NEDERLANDS

  • Al-Khalili J. & McFadden, J., 2015. ‘Hoe leven ontstaat. Op het snijvlak van biologie en kwantumleer.’ Atlas Contact Amsterdam/Antwerpen. ISBN 978 9045 029306
  • Alexandersson Olof. 2013. ‘Levend Water. Viktor Schauberger en het geheim van natuurlijke energie.’ ISBN978-3-85068-682-2. Vertaling van de duitse versie 2008.
  • Andeweg Hans, 2001. ‘In resonantie met de Natuur.’ Kosmos-Z&K Uitgevers, Utrecht. ISBN 90-215 3248 4.
  • Andeweg Hans, 2011. ‘Scheppend leven. Over de grondbeginselen van energetisch beheer.’ Juwelenschip. ISBN90.2155.009.1
  • Arntz, William, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente, 2006. ‘What the Bleep do we know!? Ontdek de werkelijkheid achter de werkelijkheid’. Servire, Kosmos-Z&K uitgevers, Utrecht Antwerpen. ISBN 13 978 90 215 8018 0.
  • Bodanis David. 2005. ‘Het elektrisch universum. Een geschiedenis van de elektriciteit.’ Ambo Amsterdam. ISBN 90-263-1751-4. Vertaald uit Electric Universe, The Shocking True Story of Electricity. Crown.
  • Booij Alice, 2006. ‘Energetische Landbouw: Een kansrijke nieuwe ontwikkeling.’ In V-focus Rundvee, oktober 2006: 18-19. Vakblad voor adviseurs in de dierlijke sector.
  • Bouchardon Patrice, ‘De helende kracht van bomen, wat we van bomen kunnen leren en hoe we ermee in contact kunnen treden.’ Deltas Belgie-Nederland.
    • Over de verbinding tussen mens en natuur, en speciaal met bomen. Heel toegankelijke uitleg van het menselijk energielichaam en dat van de boom. Veel oefeningen om de energie van bomen te ontdekken en te weten te komen welke energie je als mens nodig hebt in je persoonlijke transformatie.
  • Buhner, Stephen Harrod, 2004. ‘Het hart als zintuig. Hoe planten hun geheimen onthullen.’ Ankh-Hermes, Deventer NL.
    • Over de energetica van het leven, de rol van het hart en het begrijpen ervan met behulp van elektromagnetische velden, over entrainmentvan hart en hersenen en over de communicatie van het hart met de buitenwereld. Een goed boek met vele praktische oefeningen om je te helpne je open te stellen voor de vele informatie die buiten je bestaat en toegankelijk wordt.
  • Bruijn, Yvonne de, 2013. ‘De Levende Klank. Stem en Lichaam in Resonantie.’ ISBN 978-908-18958-1-1.
  • Capra F., 1994. ‘De Tao van de Fysica. Een onderzoek naar de parallellen tussen de moderne fysica en oosterse mystiek.’ Kosmos-Z&K Utrecht. ISBN 90-215-2436-8.
  • Cobbald, Jane, 2008. ‘Viktor Schauberger, Een leven lang leren van de natuur’. 

  • Commissie Onderzoek Biologische Landbouwmethoden, 1977. `Alternatieve landbouwmethoden, inventarisatie, evaluatie en aanbevelingen voor onderzoek`. Eindrapport/oktober 1976. Pudoc Wageningen.
  • Consemulder, John, 2008. ‘Blauwdruk. De multidimensionale werkelijkheid van creatie en manifestatie.’ Ankh-Hermes Deventer NL. ISBN 978-90-202-0072-0.
  • Cornell Joseph, 2013. ‘Sharing Nature. 77 spelvormen voor natuurbewustzijn.’ A3Boeken, Geesteren NL.
    • Rijk geillustreerd boek met heel duidelijke beschrijvingen van de 77 spelvormen.
  • Cuppen J. et.al. 2006. ‘Immuun stimulering in vee en vis door zwakke laag-frequente elektromagnetische velden.’ [Wageningen UR, Univ Utrecht, Immunent and FIS bv.]
  • Doorne, Yannick van, 2000. ‘Invloed van variabele geluidsfrequenties op de groei en ontwikkeling van planten’. Thesis Hogeschool Gent, Belgie. Landbouw Hogeschool in samenwerking met de Rijksuniversiteit Gent.
  • Dijkstra, Fred, en Nicoline Hooijmans, 2010. ‘Het Gedachteproces. Over de evolutie van het denken.’ Free Musketeers, Zoetermeer, NL. ISBN 978-90-484-1252-5.
  • Dubio, Peggy Phoenix and David P. Lapierre, 2006. ‘Het kosmische energieveld. Bewustzijnsgroei door afstemming op kosmische energieën.’ Ankh-Hermes Deventer. ISBN 90 202 8421 5.
  • Eden, Donna and David Feinstein. 2012. ‘Werken met energetische geneeskunde. Voor een uitgebalanceerd, gezond, vitaal en vreugdevol leven.’ Altimira, Haarlem NL.
    • Zeer toegankelijke beschrijving van het menselijk energielichaam. Een basisboek voor vele opleidingen. Geinspireerd door oude culturen en met name de Chinese acupunctuur. Veel praktische oefeningen en heldere tekeningen.
  • Eysink, Petra, en Paul Doesburg. 2016. ‘Barstens vol leven. Een pleidooi voor vitale voeding.’ Christofoor, Zeist NL.
    • Voorbeelden van telers die buitengewone kwaliteit voedsel produceren. En hoe het in de keuken te verwerken. En een overzicht van verschillende methoden om de vitaliteit van voeding te meten. Inhoudsstoffen, Kristallisatiebeelden, Chromatografie, Bio-fotonen, Vetzurenprofielen, smaakpanels.
  • Gordon, Richard. 2006. ‘Quantum Touch. Een doorbraak in het genezen met je handen.’ Ankh-Hermes, Deventer. ISBN 90-202-4399-3. Oorspronkelijke titel 2002: Quantum Touch – The power to heal. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley California, USA.
  • Hale Gill, 1999. ‘De Feng-Shui tuin. Een bron van gezondheid, rijkdom en geluk.’ Becht, Bloemendaal NL.
    • De beginselen van de feng-shui tuin. Legt diverse begrippen goed uit, zoals Yin en Jang, de aarde van de energieen, I Tjing, Lo shu en Bagua, de vijf elementen, qi energie, trillingsenergie verbonden met de Hartmnn en de Curry rasters.
  • Havinga, Roelf, TEAM Ecosys, 2001. `Voorkomen, gebruik en effecten van subtiele energieen, (een eerste verkenning).’ Postbus 147, 7391 AA Twello. team-ecosys.nl
  • Hawken Paul, 1975. ‘De magische wereld van Findhorn.’ Brecht, Amsterdam
    • Het begin van de Findhorn gemeenschap in Schotland en de verrassend productieve groentetuinen, ontworpen en beheerd met mystieke begeleiding van natuurgeesten.
  • Hellinger, Bert, Gunthard Weber en Hunter Beaumont. 2001. ‘De verborgen dynamiek van familieverbanden.’ Altimira-Becht Haarlem. ISBN 978-90-6963-475-3. Oorspr. Titel : Zweierlei Gluck.
  • Horst Arend Jan en Rob Docters van leeuwen. 2007. ‘ Hortus Spiritualis. De tuin als spirituele en creatieve inspiratiebron.’ Ankh-Hermes Deventer NL.
    • Voor-christelijke tuinen, Keltische bomen, Chinese tuinsymboliek, Japanse tuincultuur, spirituele tuinen van Perzie, India en Mongolie, Christelijke tuincultuur. En tenslotte de hedendaagse vormen ervan. Prachtig vormgegeven. Veel voorbeelden.
  • Jochem, Rene. 2011. ‘Boerenwijsheid ! (bestaat die nog ?).’ Groeibalans / Zundert, Nederland. ISBN 978-90-818199-0-9.
    • Praktisch boek van een landbouwadviseur die subtiele energie in zijn advieswerk heeft geintegreerd.
  • Jung C.G., 1981. ‘Synchroniciteit. Een acausaal, verbindend beginsel.’ Lemniscaat Rotterdam. ISBN 90 6069 476 7. Vertaald uit het Duits ‘Synchronizitat als ein Prinzip akausaler Zusammenhange’ verschenen in C.G Jung / W. Pauli Naturerklarung und Psyche. 1971 Walter Verlag AG, Olten.
  • Kamminga, H., 2004. ‘Gemagnetiseerd water vermindert uitval potplanten.’ Vakblad voor bloemisterij 4.
  • Kayser, Wim, 1993. ‘Een schitterend Ongeluk. Wim Kayser ontmoet Oliver Sacks, Stephen Jay Gould, Stephen Toulmin, Dabiel C. Dennet, Rupert Sheldrake en Freeman Dyson.’ Uitg. Contact Amsterdam NL. ISBN 90-254-0395-6.
  • Keller Evelyn Fox, 1986. ‘Heel het organisme. Leven en werk van Barbara McClintock, Nobelprijswinnares fysiologie en medicijnen 1983’. Meulenhof Amsterdam. ISBN 90-290-9725-6.
  • Kieft H, 2005. ‘Landbouw in trilling, verkenning van electro-magnetische vernieuwingen in de praktijk.’ Ekoland, November 2005
  • Kieft, H, 2007. ‘Simulated Magnetic Energy Technology Behandeling van ParaTuberculosis’/ Johne’s Disease in dairy cattle. Presentatie voor de Gezondheidsdienst voor Dieren dd 4 april 2007. Niet gepubliceerd.
  • Kieft H. en M. Kuipers, 2015. ‘Kwantumlandbouw: Een alternatieve benadering.’ In Ekoland september 2015 pp 24-25. Onafhankelijk vakblad voor de biologische landbouw.
  • Kieft E en H. Kieft. 2016. ‘Integraal denken en doen in de landbouw. Naar 10 denkstappen van Jaap van Bruchem.’ Boekenbestellen.nl.
    • Dit boek helpt je aan een breder wereldbeeld, je persoonlijke waarnemingen te vertrouwen en te verweven met formeel erkende kennis. Het is geen receptenboek voor allerlei kwalen, maar duidt meer op een stijl van denken en doen. Het helpt je -hopen wij- de balans te vinden tussen hoofd, hart en bedrijf – en de durf om ingeroeste praktijken en kennis los te laten om een nieuwe stijl te bereiken.
  • Klink Katrin, 2007. ‘Het bioenergieveld van de mens. Geschiedenis, achtergronden, invloedsmogelijkheden en perspectieven.’ Quasar Publications. ISBN 978-90-79315-01-7.
  • Kooistra Maja, 1998. ‘Ontmoetingen met bomen. Spirituele ervaringen tussen mens en natuur.’ Kosmos-Z&K, Utrecht NL. ISBN 90-215-9458-7.
    • Een uitstekende introductie in de energieen van bomen. Met veel praktische tips om de uitstraling van bomen zelf te leren waarnemen.
  • Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen, Werkgroep voor landbouwkundig onderzoek inzake het wichelroedeprobleem, 1955. ‘Onderzoek naar de betekenis der wichelroede voor de landbouw.’ Noord-Hollandse Uitgevers Maatschappij, Amsterdam. ISN 148-768-04.
  • Leeflang Sietz, 2011. ’Vierduizend jaar Kringlooplandbouw’ Eburon Delft NL en Stichting12Ambachten Boxtel NL.
    • Vertaling and updating van King, F.H. ‘Farmers of Forty Centuries, Permanent Agriculture in China, Korea and Japan.’
  • Maturana H.R., en F.J. Varela. 1984. ‘De boom der kennis. Hoe wij de wereld door onze eigen waarneming creeren.’ Uitgeverij Contact. NL. Vertalijng van ‘The tree of knowledge: the biological roots of human understanding.’ Boston: Shambala.
    • In deze visie is kennis / cognitie niet beschouwd als representatie of afbeelding van de wereld ‘daarbuiten’, maar als een voortdurende voortbrengen van een wereld door het proces van het leven zelf. Een fundamentele ommekeer in ons denken. Kennis heeft geen betrekking op objecten, want kennis is werkzame handeling. In het weten hoe we weten, vormen we onszelf. Met de prent ‘De prentententoonstelling’ van M.C. Escher als voorbeeld. Daarin gaat de prent waar de jongen naar kijkt, over in de stad waar de jongen naar de prent staat te kijken.
  • Mitchell Keith, 2000. ‘De Spirituele Tuin. Uw groene buitenruimte gericht op innerlijke rust.’ Groenboekerij, Kosmos-z&k, Utrecht NL/Antwerpen B.
    • Nadruk op versterking van de zintuigen, genezende planten, oeroude tradities, archetypische symbolen, kleuren en de seizoenen in de tuin. Rustgevend vormgegeven.
  • Needleman, Jacob, 1989. ‘Kosmische Intuitie, de ontmoeting van de moderne wetenschap en de oude waarheid.’ ISBN 90 6271 791 8. Geautoriseerde vertaling uit het Engels ‘A sense of the Cosmos, the encounter of modern science and ancient truth.’
  • Playfair G.L, and S. Hill. 1979. ‘In de ban van het heelal. Kosmische invloeden op de mens.’ Meulenhof, Amsterdam/Brussel. ISBN 90-10-02418-0. Oorspr. Titel: The cycles of Heaven. Souvenir Press.
  • Praag, H van., 1970. ‘Informatie en Energie.’
  • Prigogine, Ilya en Isabelle Stengers. 1987. ‘Orde uit Chaos. De nieuwe dialoog tussen mens en natuur.’ Bert Bakker. ISBN 90-351-0212-6.
    • Een hartstochtelijke beschouwing over de mens en het heelal. Het boek laat zien dat de kennis van disciplines van biologie, natuurkunde, noodzakelijkheid en toeval, wetenschap en menselijkheid weer bijeen gebracht moeten worden. De Belgische theoretisch-natuurkundige Prigogine (geboren in Moskou), heeft zich gewijd aan theorieen van de irreversibele thermo-dynamica (van onomkeerbare warmteprocessen) en de zelf-organisatie van systemen. Een van zijn hoofdstukken luidt: ‘Orde door fluctuaties.’ Een ander hoofdstuk ‘Van zijn naar worden’. Gaat in op de kwantum mechanica en het verschijnsel entropie.
  • Rennison Susan Joy, 2006. Ned vertaling 2010. ‘Afstemmen op de kosmos. Elektromagnetisme en spirituele evolutie.’ Ankh-Hermes Deventer. ISBN 978 90 202 03561.
  • Romunde, R. van, …. ‘Planten waarnemen: elementenwezens ervaren. Over de invloed van gnomen, nimfen, elfen en vuurgeesten op het leven van de planten.’ Vrij Geestesleven Zeist NL. ISBN 90-6038-273-0.
  • Sangen Y., en K. Tazelaar. 2000. ‘Gewoon gezond gebouw(d).’ Ankh-Hermes, Deventer NL.
    • Behandelt het energiesysteem van de mens, gezondheid van een locatie en van gebouwen, water, warmte, binnemilieu, elektrostress, licht, geuren en kleuren en geluiden die op je inwerken, de helpende hand van d enatuur, feng shui en vaastu en sociale omgeving.
  • Sangen Y., en K. Tazelaar. 2011. ‘De energie van de seizoenen, in harmonie met aarde en kosmos.’ Ankh-Hermes, Deventer NL.
    • Wat is balans, de mens in verbinding met de aarde en de kosmos (sterren, seizoenen, dag-en nacht, biologische klok), de dynamiek van de seizoenen, energie balanceren. Zij gaan tenslotte kort in op communicatie met natuurwezens en engelen.
  • Sangen Y., en K. Tazelaar. 2015. ‘Biofotonen, bron van energie en levenslicht.’ Ankh-Hermes, Deventer, NL.
    • Onderdeel van een serie zeer toegankelijke boekjes van deze auteurs over biofotonen. In dit boekje behandelen de schrijvers de verbanden tussen biofotonene en bewustzijn, zelfgenezend vermogen, de vitaliteit van water, gezonde levensmiddelen, de rol van ‘ritmes’ en van ‘ordening’.
  • Sangen Y., en K. Tazelaar. 2014. ‘Alles over straling, hoe blijf je gezond?’. Ankh-Hermes, Deventer NL.
    • Wat is straling en wat doet het met ons? Een andere kijk op gezondheid: coherentie, salutogenese en biofotonen, terug naar de natuur: contact met de aarde en de kosmos, de rol van gezonde voeding, hoe kunnen we stralingsbelasting beperken?
  • Sarno, Louis, 1993. ‘Het lied van het regenwoud. Mijn leven tussen de Ba-Benjellé Pygmeeën.’ M&P Weert, NL.
    • De Amerikaanse musicoloog Sarno leert de geheimen van muziek en zingen van de pygmeeen in het Centraal Afrikaanse regenwoud. Een prachtig verhaal over de ontmoeting tussen twee culturen.
  • Scholtes, Engelien, 1991. ‘De verborgen dimensie in het werk van Jung en Pauli.’ Kok Kampen NL. ISBN 90-242-6811-7.
  • Silvis, Frank en Henk Kieft, 2018. ‘Vitaliteit in de kringloop van de melkveehouderij, een aanvulling op de kringloop-efficientie.’, pp 16-23 Spiegelbeeld febr, 2018.
    • Eerste artikel in Nederland dat het denken in massa / deeltjes / nutrienten aanvult met energie en informatie, en toepast op de kringloop in de melkveehouderij. Zeer uiteenlopende verschillen in energie en informatie in de zes gemeten bedrijven, zowel biologisch als conventioneel.
  • Sluis van, Hans. 2011. ‘Vitaal Water voor Mens en Natuur. Werken vanuit een levende watervisie.’ DHV B.V. Amersfoort Nederland.
    • ….
  • Stikker Allerd, 1986. ‘Tao, Teilhard en westers denken.’ Amsterdam Bres. ISBN 90-6229-013-2.
  • Teule, Gerrit, 2009. ‘Wat Darwin niet kon weten. Een reis naar de spirituele binnenkant van de evolutie.’ Ankh-Hermes Deventer. ISBN 978-90-202-0332-5.
  • TIG (Tijdschrift voor Integrale Geneeskundejrg 21-22), 2007. ‘Jaarboek Integrale Geneeskunde. 2005-2006. Voeding, Licht, Leven en Gezondheid’. Supplement, Amsterdam.  ISBN 90-810186-2-0.
    • Deel 2: “Op zoek naar een nieuw concept van voedselproductie: gezonde bodem, gezonde voeding.” Pp 145-195. En Deel 3: Op zoek naar een nieuw bio-energetisch concept van gezondheid.” Pp 195-300. En deel 4: Op zoek naar begrip van de rol van coherentie in gezondheid en ziekte.” Pp 313 -332.
  • Toonder, Marten, 2005. ‘De kwanten’. De Bezige Bij, Amsterdam NL.
    • Een stukje gemakkelijk te lezen en hilarische literatuur, over wat er gebeurt als je zou reizen in de kwantumfysica wereld. Humoristische kijk op wat kwantumtheorie betekent.
  • Westerman Nico, 2006. ‘Bio-energie. De potentie van niet-reguliere geneeskunde.’ Rathega. Nederland. ISBN 90-810881-1-4.
    • Eerste degelijke publicatie in het Nederlands over bio-energetische geneeskunde.
  • Wilber, Ken, 1985. ‘Een nieuwe werkelijkheid. Het holografische model en andere paradoxen. Gesprekken met David Bohm, Fritjof Capra, Marilyn Ferguson, e.a.’ Lemniscaat Rotterdam. ISBN 90-6069-575-5.
    • Een van de meest uitgewerkte pogingen om de concrete natuurkundige wetenschappen in direct verband te brengen met spirituele werkelijkheden. Gebaseerd op gesprekken met baanbrekende onderzoekers.
  • Williams, Marta, 2008. ‘Leren luisteren naar dieren, met intuitieve communicatie.’ Forum Amsterdam. Vertaling van ‘Learning their Language, 2003.
    • Martha Williams faciliteerde ooit een training in dierencommunicatie waaraan ik deelnam. Het was een geweldige leermogelijkheid. Voor intellectuelen is haar kernboodschap niet eenvoudig: ‘Vertrouw op je intuïtie!
  • Woestenburg, Martin, Marjon Wolters, Art Wolleswinkel en Bram Bos, 2005. ‘Ongebaande paden in de melkveehouderij. Deel Energetische kwaliteit Melk’, pp 26-37. Wageningen UR. Animal Sciences Group. ISBN 90-6754-972-X.
    • Brochure over een verkenning van vernieuwende impulsen die bij boeren beginnen. Een ervan beschrijft de energetische kijk van diverse boeren op hun werk en hun product.
  • Wolleswinkel, Art et al, 2003 `Een land vol ideeën, onderzoeksresultaten van project ´innoverende melkveehouders`, WUR (Animal Sciences Group, PO ASG, Rurale Sociologie WUR en Univ Twente).
  • Wolleswinkel, A.P., Roep, D., Calker, K.J. van, Rooij, S.J.G. de, Verhoeven, F.P.M., 2004. ‘Atlas van innoverende melkveehouders. Veelbelovende vertrekpunten bij het verduurzamen van melkveehouderij.’ Wageningen, Wageningen Universiteit en Researchcentrum.
    • Formeel rapport van een verkenning van innovaties die begonnen bij boeren. Een hoofdstuk betreft ‘De omstreden beloftes van ecotechnologie’ en dit gaat in op de energetische aanpak van deze boeren. De titel laat zien dat de auteurs nog enigszins huiverig staan ten opzichte van deze energetische aanpak, maar ze kunnen het niet negeren. Toch knap.
  • Wuring, Gerwine, 2008. ‘De aarde roept …. Ontdek de natuur als bron van inzicht en heling.’ A3boeken.nl ISBN 978-90-7740-860-5.
    • Heel toegankelijk en praktisch boek om je gevoeligheid voor natuur en haar subtiele energieen te ontwikkelen.
  • Wynia, Lieuwe, 1999. ‘Heer Bommel en de Natuur. De natuur volgens Marten Toonder.’ Kijkkader, Soest NL. ISBN 90-71959-04-X.
    • Analyseert Toonder’s wereldbeeld met betrekking tot natuur. Met veel mooie citaten uit zijn strips.
  • Zoeteman, Kees, 2009. ‘Gaia Logica. Een nieuwe manier om met de aarde om te gaan.’ Christofoor Zeist. ISBN 978 90 6038 622 4.
    • Een zeer diepgaande maar toch verhelderende kijk op de subtiele werkelijkheden van en rondom de levende aarde. Beschrijft de werking van de elementen en van ether. En geeft veel informatie over de hogere luchtlagen en hun invloed op de aarde. Vertaalt tenslotte deze inzichten in morele uitdagingen voor een betere omgang met de aarde.

 

Espanyol, Spanish

  • Rivera, Jairo Restrepo, 2011. ‘Cromatografua, imagenes de vida y destruccion del Suelo.’ Impresora Feriva.
    • Explains with many picturs how to interprete the shapes and colours of cromatographic patterns of soil, compost and plants. High educational value and simple explanations.

 

Russian

Specifically literature on distant human influence on plants (by Prof. Popov Vladislav)

  • Morozova, E.V., Dolin, Yu.S., and Suponitsky, V.Ye. ‘An increase in frequency of anomalies in plants due to human distant influence.’ Sverkhslabyye Vzaimodeistviia v Tekhnike, Prirode i Obshchestve    [Ultraweak Interactions in Technology, Nature, and Society], Abstracts of papers. Moscow: A.S. Popov. Scientific and Technological Society of Radio Engineering, Electronics, and Communications, 1993, pp. 21-22 (in Russian).
  • Morozova, E.V., Polikarpov, V.S., Suponitsky, V.Ye., & Ilyina, A.P. ‘On the possibility of transmission of information from humans to plants.’ Mezhregionalnaya Nauchnaya Konferentsiya: Problemy Biopolya [Inter-Regional Scientific Conference: Problems of the Biofield], ed. Ippolit M. Kogan, May 1991. Rostov-Yaroslavsky: A.S. Popov Society, 1991, pp. 7-8 (in Russian).
  • Dulnev, Gennady N. ‘A methodological approach to the study of energy-informational interactions between humans and living/non-living systems.’ Sbornik Rabot Assotsiatsii Prikladnoy Parapsikhologii. [Collection of Papers of the Association for Applied Parapsychology]. Leningrad: Center for Information on Science and Technology, 1990, pp. 2-8 (in Russian).
  • Dolin, Yuri S., Davydov, Vladimir A., Morozova, Elvira V., & Shumov, Dmitry Ye. ‘Studies of a remote mental effect on plants with electrophysiological recording,’ Proceedings of the 36th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 1993, pp. 41-56.
  • Dolin, Y.s., V. I. Dymov & N. N. Khatchenkov. 1993. ‘Preliminary Study of a Human Operator’s Remote Effect on the Psychophysiological State of another Individual with EEG Recording.’ Proceedings of the 36th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association (Toronto, Canada, August, 1993), pp. 24-40.
  • Tkachuk, Ye., Morgun, V., Guralchuk, Zh., Kuzmenko, L., Stetsenko, V., Zhivlyuk, Yu., & Dolin, Yu. 1992. ‘Changes of phosphoric metabolism enzyme activity affected by bitfield.’ Abstracts of papers presented at the conference Dusha i Nauka [Science and Soul], Yalta, Crimea, Oct 2-7, 1992. Simferopol, 1992, pp. 22-23.
  • Tyagotin, Yuri V., & Bondarenko, Yevgeny G.  1991. ‘A study of peculiarities of growth of hybrid cells after they   are affected by ‘bio-field’ of a human operator.’ Mezhregionalnaya Nauchnaya Konferentsiya: Problemy Biopolya [Inter-Regional Scientific Conference: Problems of the Biofield], ed. Ippolit M. Kogan. Rostov-Yaroslavsky: A.S. Popov Society, May 1991, pp. 12 13 (in Russian).
  • Kartsev, V. I. 1993. ‘Lethal gamma-irradiation and bioenergy therapy.’ Parapsikhologiya i Psikhofizika [Parapsychology and Psychophysics], No. 1(9), 1993:44-48 (in Russian).
  • Kaznacheyev, Vlail P., & Mikhailova, Ludmila P. 1985. ‘Bioinfor-matsionnaya Funktsiya Yestestvennykh    Electromagnitnykh Poley [‘Bioinformational Function of Natural Electromagnetic Fields’]. Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1985 (in Russian).
  • Kaznacheyev, Vlail P., & Mikhailova, Ludmila P. 1981. Sverkhslabyye Izlucheniya v Mezhkletochnykh      Vzaimodeystviyakh [‘Ultraweak Radiations in Intercellular Interactions’]. Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1981 (in Russian).
  • Kaznacheyev, V.P., Mikhailova, L.P., & Vladimirsky, I.B. 1990. ‘Distant informational processes in biosystems.’  Doklady Vsesoyuznoy nauchno-tekhnicheskoy shkoly-seminara [Papers of the All Union School-Seminar). Tomsk, 1990, pp. 80-92 (in Russian).
  • Kobzarev, Yuri. 1984. ‘Testing ESP in the USSR.’ Psi Research, 3(3/4), (September/December 1984):92 98.
  • Mikhailova, L., Merenkova, A., & Feldman, P. 1991. ‘Distant inter-actions.’ Anomaliya [Anomaly], April 1991, pp. 35 (in Russian).
  • Sochevanov, Nikolai N. 1980. ‘Some peculiarities of biophysical fields of plants and humans.’ Voprosy    Psikhogigieny, Psikhofiziologii, Sotsiologii Truda v Ugolnoy Promyshlennosti i Psikhoenergetiki   [Questions of Psychohygiene, Psychophysiology, Sociology of Labor in the Coal Industry, and Psychoenergetics]. Moscow: Scientific and Technological Mining Society, 1980, pp. 389-419 (in Russian).
  • Perov, Vitaly P.1984. ‘Formulating research of the presence of distant communications between sensorialy isolated biological systems.’ Elektromagnitnyye Polya v Biosfere [Electromagnetic Fields in the Biosphere],   Vol. 1, ed. N.V. Krasnogorskaya. Moscow: Nauka, 1984, pp. 362-372 (in Russian).

Articles to be identified:

Kozirev (Russia) et al., on Information Ecology.

Bratanov (Bulgaria) et al., on Energy and Information interaction.

Kaznacheev (Med Inst Novosibirsk 2003), on experiments proving that living beings not only exist as ‘proteine structures’ but also as ‘information-fields’.

Films and videos.

 

Henk Kieft

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