One Eastern European scientist said:
“Normally scientists will not understand easily how radioactivity can be neutralised by doing AGNIHOTRA. They always think of burning something as a chemical process only. But if it is only a chemical process then the nuclei of the atoms would not be changed. And therefore radioactivity could not be affected at all.
But in the last few years there were some articles on so-called ‘Cold Fusion’ where under quite normal conditions in laboratories, atoms were fused. Most scientists do not believe that this is possible. However, these reports were correct. In the Agnihotra process there is also something like cold fusion. This explains how radioactivity can be eliminated. The brainwaves of a person sitting near Agnihotra have an impact on the flame. If you measure the frequencies of the flame by some optical methods we could get something like EEG without even touching that person.” Continue reading “Dr Miroslav Haber on Radioactivity”
“There was a report from East of Poland that after Chernobyl Agnihotra and Tryambakam Homa helped to reduce the radiation level. The mode of measurement was with a pendulum. The report was published in a Journal for Radiestesia.
The only research in the sense of modern science done on that subject was by some physicists from Eastern Europe at the time of Soviet Union. The result was that Agnihotra ash is not radioactive (although the ingredients used to prepare the fires may be radioactive) and that all 92 natural chemical elements are present in Agnihotra ash. After doing these studies, the scientists suggested that we all should eat Agnihotra ash before every meal. The reason: According to them, all food now is radioactive (means has more radioactivity than the normal level – there was a natural level of radioactivity on this planet before humans increased it in the last couple of decades). If we eat some Agnihotra ash, the body would absorb the microelements (like iodine) from the ash which are not radioactive. If later, we take in more iodine (which may be radioactive) with our food, the body would not incorporate these radioactive microelements as these requirements would already be fulfilled through the non-radioactive Agnihotra ash. For an easy way to use Agnihotra ash, these physicists suggested to produce small pills containing Agnihotra ash.”
When the Chernobyl nuclear accident happened in 1986, I had a farm near Graz in Austria. The Austrian Government immediately issued that every farmer had to carry milk and fodder for testing for radioactivity. When I did this, the inspectors were shocked, because they found only normal radioactivity levels in our milk and fodder samples while all the farmers in the surrounding area had high doses in their samples. The inspectors said it was not possible to have normal radioactivity after Chernobyl and is there anything special that I do on my farm?
I told them that my farm was using ancient Ayurveda technology to grow food which is now presented as HOMA Organic Farming Technology. Continue reading “Europeans Beware”