A French physicist and musician  composes  musical note  sequences  which help  plants grow.  Each note is cho-
sen to correspond to an amino acid in a protein with the full tune corresponding to the entire protein. Each plant ty-
pe has  a different sequence of notes to stimulate its growth.  Undesirable plants  (weeds) could be inhibited. This
is done with EME,  in this case  sound waves,  pulsed to the  right set of frequencies,  thus affecting the plant at an
energetic and sub-molecular level."
(Christian Hummel: "Working With the Devas to Heal Geopathic Stress.")

Sternheimer's concept could make chemical fertilizers unnecessary, providing the world with an inexpensive and
easily accessible way  of enhancing plant growth  as well as eliminating the production,  transportation and enviro-
mental hazards  of chemical fertilizers.  When tomatoes were treated to  Sternehimer's "songs",  they increased in
size and were  significantly sweeter,  even though the tunes were played  only three minutes  a day.  He developed
melodic phrases  that blocked enzymes needed by the tomato mosaic virus,  preventing harm to the tomato plants.
These practices would be especially beneficial to third world countries.

Sound can greatly affect people, too, and experiments need to be done before wide use of "plant music" prolifera-
tes. Sternheimer warned musicians not to play them, as one of his people .. "
had difficulty breathing after playing
the tune for 'cytochrome C'... a growth promoter

The Australian publication,  "
Nexus".,introduced an article about "'Sonic Bloom'"(tm), a radical plant growth meth-
od involving application  of a specially developed  organic foliar (pertaining to leaves),  nutrient spray together with
an oscillating sound frequency.  Plants opened pores on their leaf surfaces.  A combination of classical music and
rhythmic twitters and whistles  make up the  holistic fertilizer,  created from  55 trace minerals, amino acids &  sea-
weed, which is then sprayed onto the plants"surface, tremendously increasing crop yeilds .

The editor of the Nexus article tried it on  3000 organic apple and pear trees . It worked wonderfully,  and he found
himself with superior,  disease free, crisp juicy apples. He later introduced the method to Australian and New Zea-
land growers. The
U.S. Department of Agriculture,  Albion Laboratories and others  documented their efforts. Alth-
ough there were few disease or pest problems,  what was most remarkable was  the vastly superior taste.  Even a
paw-paw and palm nursery, macadamia nut grower and chrysanthemum producer benefited. South Australian me-
dicinal herb growers are reporting significant increases in the nutritional values of Sonic Bloom-treated plants. Ha-
waiian Islands growers also had great success.

Bio-dynamic Agriculture is a term used by the late  scientist-philosopher-mystic,  Rudolf Steiner.  In "Secrets of
the Soil
", Tompkins and Bird explain  Steiner's methods  and his  theory that  invisible,  etheric energies from the
moon and planets are necessary for a healthy soil. By following his methods, farms have prospered in Pennsylvan-
ia, North Dakota and other states, and millions of previously barren acres in Australia have been rejuvenated.

Steiner's revolutionary processes include filling old cow horns with cow manure and burying them over the winter to
ferment.  When dug up  in the spring,  the manure has become  extremely rich  and energetic,  sweet smelling  and
clean. This material is then mixed with water  and stirred in periodically reversed directions to stimulate vortexes of
energy. Extremely powerful, only very tiny amounts need to be spread over fields and gardens.

Crop growers are using EM waves  to discourage harmful insects and diseases. Some Austrians use rock dust to
both nourish farmlands and forests  and prevent acid rain affects. The Hunzas of Central Asia are being studied for
their agricultural methods  that seem to promote longevity. Around the world gardeners and farmers are quietly and
carefully planting,  saving and developing  non-hybridized seeds,  which are rapidly disappearing from our planet's
"Creating with Multi-Dimensional Technologies"
                                 By REV. DR. MARILYN LA CROIX