Dating back to my early childhood, it happened that whatever I planted took root and grew well. I cultivated several trees from branches which I first placed in water. According to local popular belief, I had a "magic touch". "Big deal“ - fledging trees have taken root and grown bigger". There was nothing unusual here. There were plenty of plants and trees around that were growing by themselves and had nothing to do with my "magic touch". So, my childish experiments with plants were interrupted for 10-12 years.
In 1987 Nicolai Levashov derived a formula for the ecological system from which it was accurately and clearly indicated that all the diversity of life is determined by the biological efficiency factor:
Thanks to the fact that angiosperm plants absorb about 10 per cent of the ambient sunlight through their leaves, our planet produces a rich diversity of life forms. The higher the percentage, the more vegetable biomass is synthesized on our Midgard-Earth, and the more varieties of animals, both herbivorous and carnivorous, populate the expanse of dry land and ocean depths .
By 1989 Nikolai Levashov had already developed an understanding of the nature of life, its origin and development in the world, and he returned to experiments with plants. He had the idea to try to work on a leaf of an indoors plant located in a glass of water, and change its biological factor up to 30%. After some time, the leaf very quickly took root in water and was transplanted into a pot with soil, after which the plant began to grow rapidly. Four months after planting it in the ground, this plant began to bloom. The experiment to change the biological efficiency coefficient was a success. The modified plant grew to a state of flowering in four months instead of five years!
The spring and summer of 1990 in the Soviet Union were cold and rainy. The news service carried warnings by scientist-agrarians about the expected poor harvest due to the rainy and cold weather. At that time Nicholas Levashov had the idea of â€‹â€‹changing the biological coefficient in crops. He established a field which bore the required changes within itself, and, like putting on a cap, covered the entire territory of the Soviet Union with this field. The experiment was a success, and the 1990 crop yield proved to be 3 times greater than in the most productive years. And no one could explain the fact of this record harvest.
Nicolai Levashov first returned to experiments with plants in 2003, when work began on his estate in France to establish a park and magnolia garden based on the design of his wife, Svetlana. For this she undertook specific and extensive literature research into diverse types of trees, their compatibility and habitat requirements. She then created an amazing design for the park and magnolia garden.
The park has a collection of unique trees, some of which are rare in Europe. In particular, there are numerous rare breeds of magnolias in the garden of which about four hundred different types were collected. And then Nikolai Levashov had the idea to create a permanent external field generator that could provide a biological coefficient of about 30%, and to put it into the earth beneath the castle. This field generator is similar in many respects to the Source of Life, another field generator that was created by our ancestors and the Hierarchs of Light, many thousands of years ago and placed in the bowels of Midgard-Earth.
Before the creation of the field generator (later called "Psi-field" Generator), all the plants growing in the grounds of the castle were no different from their counterparts elsewhere. On top of all that, the worst soils for plant growth are limestone and red clay. But in spite of the bad soil there was an observed phenomenon of the growth of plants.
Since we began laying out our park and garden, Professor Gerard Chartier has participated actively in this work. He is the most renowned botanist in Europe, the author of four books on the life of plants and trees, and a prominent specialist in the breeding of plants. After almost three years of observing the phenomenal plant growth in the park and garden, he started writing a book about the astounding changes in the trees and magnolias. Further, he proposed founding a research institute on the site of our park and garden to study the growth phenomena of plants and trees. Therefore all the dimensin of the plants and the time of their transplation into solid have been documented by Professor Gerard Chartier.
So, the field generator was placed under the castle (Chateau) which changed the plants' biological coefficient. The field established by the generator was covered several acres of park and magnolia garden, completely matching their contours without affecting the neighboring blocks of land.Young nursery plants, both magnolias and other trees, reacted particularly strongly to the influence of the generator. Other plants reacted differently, depending on their type. This was quite natural because plants have a wide spectrum of distinctive properties that must be taken into account in order to maximize the effect from the field generator.
At the locations of outputs of the Source of Life, as referred to in currently banned writings, not all plants behavior in the same way. In these locations, mushrooms and feather-grass reacted very strongly, and particularly coma berries (raspberry) which grew like trees. Under the influence of the field generator placed by Nikolai Levashov under the Chateau in France, many plants have changed dramatically.
For example, Paulownia Imperialis reacted very intensely to the influence of the generator. Paulownia is the most amazing flowering tree that has been cultivated in China for over three millennia.
The common Paulownia tomentosa - Imperialis has leaves 12-15 cm long and 1-1.5 cm seeds. Paulownia tomentosa -. Imperialis has leaves 22-35 cm long, and seeds -4.5-6 cm. When Paulownia tomentosa - Imperialis trees were brought in 2003 year for planting in the park the size of the trees' "waist" (trunk circumference) was 22 cm. Over a two-year period their trunk circumference reached a staggering 54 cm which was 'logically' impossible. Owing to the excessively quick growth sixteen trees ended up with cracked bark
Further, there were so many fruits on their branches that the latter were unable to sustain their weight and broke. In the three thousand years of cultivation of Paulownia, nobody has ever seen anything like this.
Not only exotic plants react this way to the field generator. The well known maple also starts to grow just as vigorously under the generatorâ€™s influence.
The leaves of Acer Platanoides-Superform began to grow to a size of 25-30 cm. The top, closest to the sun leaves were 42-50 cm in size and more. Another interesting fact is that the maple leafs began to change only after placing the field generator under the castle. Up to this point the maples "behaved" like every other maple tree around the world. Their leaves were the same as "everyone else's"
The hazelnut tree had an interesting reaction . These plants didnâ€™t immediately react to the influence of the field generator. They began to change only in 2005. Hazel Corylus Colurna or Turkish Hazel (Turkish Walnut). Normally this shrub has several trunks growing from the same root, which can reach heights of up to 25 meters. The usual locations of their range are in South-east Europe and Asia Minor. The "awakening" of the hazelnut led to the fact that the young shoots began to grow very quickly and powerfully with leaves reaching 24-25 cm in size. And at the same time, surprisingly, the shape of the leaves also began to change. Leaves of Hazel Corylus Colurna began to change from a round to elongated shape. And in both the literal and figurative sense of the word, this plant changed before our eyes.
According to current scientific understanding, such changes may occur over many thousands of years of the evolution of plants, if any such change is even possible. Under the influence of the field generatorthese thousands of years were compressed into a matter of years or, in some cases, even just months. The uniqueness of this phenomenon manifests itself in the fact that it is possible to observe both altered and unaltered leaf shapes on the same plant.
A unique response to the field generator was exhibited by Sequoia Sempervirense, one of the largest,oldest and most amazing ever-green trees in the world (over 3200 years old). The Sequoia is well known for its soft, reddish-brown wood and great height - up to 76 meters. Under normal conditions it can grow up to 60 cm per year. These trees were planted in the park in 2002 and had a height of 4.5 meters. For three years anywhere else in the world, these fast-growing trees, at best, would have reached a height of 6.3 meters. Under the influence of the field generator in the park, Sequoia have grew to height of 11-14 meters. In other words over 3 years they grew as much as their counterparts in the rest of the world would have grow over 13-16 years, ie 5-6 times faster.
The Atlantic Blue Cedar - Cedrus Atlantica f. Glauca responded no less vigorously. Blue Cedar grows to 40 meters in height. The young plants were 8 meters high and in two years they stretched up to 12-13 meters in height (which again was too quick for this species, as well as for all others ) and they grew in the same soil - limestone and red clay. Their annual growth was 2-2.5 meters which is 5-6 times faster than any of others of their species around the world.
The Field Generator set up by Nikolay Levashov under the castle in France has its successor in the "Psi-field" "SvetL Flora" Generator. This is an experiment that was successfully held by the "Russian Scientific and Technical Society" from the spring of 2013. There are about 500 users of the "SvetL Flora" Complex participating in this experiment. The "SvetL Flora" Complex is used with both indoor plants located in apartments, in other closed spaces, and in much larger locations, such as those with large crop areas. More detail information about the experiment can be founded on svetl.name website.