SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-L

SHORTLIST ANNOTATED RESOURCES A-L by HENK KIEFT & SASKIA VON DIEST   ENGLISH 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’...

Practice of Interspecies Communications in Agriculture

There are countless anecdotes of telepathic interspecies communication events and thousands of professional animal communicators around the world, apart from the myriad indigenous and native people who communicate with nature daily. The documentary 'The Animal Communicator' portrays the work of South African animal communicator Anna Breytenbach through the lens of an environmental journalist, and offers a touching insight into...

Evidence for Interspecies Communcation

There is more than a century of scientific evidence indicating that human telepathy is real¹, however it still remains largely dismissed as pseudoscience. It is no wonder, then, that the concept of interspecies telepathy is just too big a step for many people to take, despite the fact that it is easier to do than human-to-human telepathy for most people. Perhaps...

Origin of Interspecies Communication in agriculture

The concept of interspecies communication on a telepathic level is as old as human history. To our knowledge, all indigenous cultures around the world are in agreement that communicating with nature is super-natural, i.e. very natural, rather than being supernatural - in the sense of it being a unique ability that very few have. From the Originie (commonly known as Aboriginal)...

Introduction to Interspecies Communication

Introduction to Interspecies Communication

Origin. The concept of interspecies communication on a telepathic level is as old as human history. Indigenous cultures around the world speak about communicating with nature as being the blueprint of our brains, and rather than being supernatural - in the sense of it being a unique ability that very few have - they insist that it is super-natural, i.e....

What kind of people are plants?

Quoted from dr. Lewis Daly. Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology University of Oxford A farmer among the fish poison plants (aya) in his garden | Yupukari, 2012. “Plants feel!” “Forests think!” “Trees talk to one another!” In recent years, the topic of plant intelligence has been making the science pages of news publications with increasing regularity. Consider, for instance, November’s BBC article detailing...

Intuitive Farming

Intuitive Farming

Recently emerging technologies in farming invite to broaden the dominant worldview in science. This expanded view on the relation of man-nature has implications for understanding the influence of nature on human health. The emerging techniques are an expression of the fundamental shift in science about a century ago, expanding the view of nature as particles towards nature as waves....

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