- Mar 31, 2004Hey all,
Weeds literally regenerate the soil the grow on.
See the book 'Weeds, Gaurdians of the soil' by Josepg Cocanuer (spelling?-
its been 6-8 years since i read it).
This is elaborated upon somewhat in 'Secrets of the soil' by Peter Tomkins &
In his book, 'Biological Transmutations', Louis Kevran explains how most
life forms, incl Humans, can perform miniture atomic reactions, known as
endothermic and exothermic reactions, wherein we can transmute various
elements into various other elements.
Some examples are:
Magnesium into Iron (consider the similarity of Chlorophyll & Haemoglobin)
Silica into Calcium
Potassium into Sodium
and many more
So Oak trees, for instance, growing in calcium poor soil (ie sand) will once
well established, have a drip line periphery of calcium rich soil, as they
literally take up all this silica (from sand) and transmute it into calcium.
Humans do the same thing... many older herbalists speak of giving herbs like
horsetail for calcium deficiencies, and it being very effective.
Within the farming system devoloped by Rudolf Steiner (now called
Biodynamics), weeds are encouraged, because they create the elements missing
in the soil.
So a keen observer can literally diagnose the soil by which weeds are
growing on it.
A good introduction to this subjects is 'weeds and what they tell' by Paul
Pfeiffer (i think) availble from the biodynamic society.
All the best, Chris Bellanger
PS heres a link to a forum dedicated to the healing modality knowen as Body
Electronics: The science of Bodily Regeneration, as developed by Dr John W.
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