Not all plants react to the impact of the generator the same, and this is natural. To achieve the maximum effect from the generator' action on the plant, it is necessary to adjust the resonance of the generator to a specific plant, and to have a precisely targeted program for the desired result. To achieve this, you need to install the corresponding program for each individual plant into the field generator .
It's posible to simultaneously install programs for tens or even hundreds of plants in a field generator. To do this, you only need to experimentally select the required parameters of the field generator for each plant. But even without such a special configuration of the field generator to the chosen plants, many plants react very rapidly.
The magnolia has an interesting reaction to the field generator. The Magnolia Garden was established in 2003 and all the magnolias planted were young plants. The fact is that an adult plant responds less vigorously to the generatorâ€™s effect. One of the main reasons for this is that the adult plant has already largely completed its formation. Young seedlings are another matter altogether. They have yet to go through the process of formation to being a mature plant and therefore their response to the influence of the field generator is expressed in full.
The "Lotus magnolia", is a cross-hybrid and has soft, rounded forms; the leaves are oval, 12-18 cm long and about 7 cm in width. In the park, this magnolia was growing in almost pure limestone which in principle shouldn't be possible. And yet, even in such a soil it not only grew, but reached a noticeably large size under the influence of the field generator. The leaves grew to 44-52 cm, 3-4 times larger than normal size. And the flowers didnâ€™t lag behind the leaves!
Another magnolia is the "GoliathÂ» (Magnolia Grandiflora Â«GoliathÂ»). The leaves are short, wide and wavy. This evergreen tree can reach a height of 30 m. The flowers have a strong scent and can reach sizes of up to 15 cm in diameter. Capricious and fragile, the Grandiflora was planted in clean clay and was not supposed to survive. But it not only survived, but began to grow rapidly. In 2005 after three years 'residence' in the park, flowers of the Goliath magnolia had grown to 38 cm in diameter.
The Â«Star WarsÂ» magnolia is comparable in size with the snout of an adult St. Bernard dog. The diameter of flowers of the "Star Wars" magnolia can be up to 20-22 cm. This hybrid was very sensitive , requiring moist black soil, frequent and copious watering. At the Castle's Magnolia Garden these magnolias grew and "felt well" in the limestone soil which, theoretically, just can't be ! The "Star Wars" flowers attained a 35-38 cm diameter.
Porcini mushrooms (Boletus Edulis) astound with their size. These mushrooms have caps in sizes from 3 to 25 cm with a shape changing from almost spherical in the young fungus to a cushion shape when old. All the mushrooms are young but of enormous size, and each of them is not less than a kilogram in weight. Of course, there are porcini mushrooms which are large and heavy, but this happens very rarely and they grow in specific areas, as detailed in a very well-known, but recently banned the book.
Another interesting fact is that not only plant organisms reacted to the influence of the field generator. In 2003, Koi fish were put into a man-made lake in the park. These are Japanese, colored carp which are considered pets in Japan. This fish thrives in garden pools, both summer and winter, but even so, in the winter it is recommended that they be relocated to a place that is protected from the cold, or to put a polyethylene film cover over the pond.
Typically the Japanese colored carp spawn once a year, in May. Once moved to the park lake, the fish spawned five times and this didnâ€™t happened anywhere else in the world. In addition, the fish which were put into the lake, were not suppose to spawn for at least a few years, as they were still very young. And they "decided" to do it after just a month living in their "new apartments." And they were so active that they "decided" not to 'mess around' and spawned five times in one year.
The winter of 2004-05, was unusually cold for France. Sometimes the frost reached minus 19Â° and a fairly thick ice formed on the lake. There was some concern about how the Koi were going to survive such a surprise. In the spring, after awakening from their winter hibernation, no dead fish were found. And in the spring of 2005, when the Koi repeat everything again for spawning, there appeared among the males a lot of fish with a unique colour which happens extremely rarely.
And the winter of 2005-06 also turned out to be very cold for France, with the temperature dropping to -18 Â° Celsius. In theory, palms and magnolias should have died from the cold and snow, not to mention the effects of the summer heat. The fact of the plants' resistance to the summer heat over three months should have inevitably lead to a shock phenomenon in the plants.
It turned out that in order to survive in this heat and lack of water, many of the plants had spent all their life force and they simply had nothing left to wake up after winter. Up to eighty percent of the plants die after experiencing such tough natural conditions and the effects of shock.
When Nicholas and Svetlana Levashov learned about the phenomenon of shock and its causes, Nicholas had an idea about how to prevent the destruction of plants and trees from exhaustion of their vital forces, after which some changes were made to the field generator located under the Castle. The essence of these further changes was to restore the spent life force of the plants and thereby to prevent them from dying. Again, in most cases it was successful.
Plants, as well as animals also have an essence consisting of the second and third material bodies (so called efir and astral bodies). Because of this, they are able to experience a range of feelings and emotions and have a certain intelligence. Plants are very different from animal organisms, but this does not mean that they are unable to have consciousness. It's just that their "nervous system" is absolutely not the same as that of animals. But, nevertheless, they have their "nerves" which they use to react to to what is happening around them and with them. Plants are afraid of death as well as any other living creature. They feel everything; when they are cut down, when their branches are cut or broken, or even when their leaves and flowers are torn or eaten .
The plant is able to distinguish between the psi-field of individuals and to remember those who have caused them harm They may change their psionic field and are able to hit back at their enemy or abuser by using the concentration of their field. This is the only weapon that plants have, not including plant poisons, thorns and needles.
The plantâ€™s psi-field response blow against its enemy may not be noticed immediately but, nevertheless, it will cause damage to the attacker, at the level of their essence which later shows up in the weakening of the body and even diseases. Each living thing protects itself as it can, and no one (including plants) wants to end up as someone's breakfast, lunch or dinner ...
Plants do not have eyes, ears, or other senses that are familiar to us, but they have their own senses at the field level. They "see", "hear" and "communicate" at the field level, communicate telepathically with each other and have their own consciousness which is very different from ours !!!
They feel pain and do not want to die, just like any other living creature. But they can't scream with pain in the usual sense, as do animals. They simply don't have lungs to create the sounds familiar to us. But does that means that they don't experience feelings and emotions? It's just that their thoughts, emotions, and feelings are expressed differently than is the case with animals and humans.
Plants have a kind of energy supply, which during hibernation performs the same role as the fat reserves of bears. In case of drought and extreme heat, in order to survive, the plants begin to "burn" their winter supply, even though it is still summer. Under these adverse natural conditions, the plants go into a state similar to winter hibernation. Only in this case the absence of water does not result in their death.
Slowing down metabolism to a minimum during a drought preserves the plants' 'blood', their wood sap. This is purely a protective mechanism. And if the drought continues for a short period, the consequences of such "hibernation" in midsummer are insignificant for plants and they quickly restore the necessary supply of "winter fat. "
To the extent that these reserves continued to be used up, the vital processes in plants slow down even more, until they have virtually stopped. Plants then enter the metabolic state of clinical death. If no active saturation of the plantâ€™s essences by primary matters is undertaken at this time to an acceptable level, the plants die completely, without emerging from clinical death. During the winter we canâ€™t expect sudden warming, and so the plants begin to die.
Therefore, the only thing that could save the plants of the park and the garden from such a sad fate was to saturate their essences with primary matters to the optimum level, increase their missing "winter fat". To do this, Nicolai Levashov made some changes to the field generator, and the generator began to saturate the essence of plants. They began to 'fatten' before our eyes. And all that was needed was to await their spring awakening ...
With the arrival of spring, almost all the trees and plants came to life, even many of those which had already been marked as dead, and life awoke in them again. The plants emerged from their 'clinical death'. It turns out that plants can have a "clinical death" from which they can be brought back to life.