Homa Farm of Prestige Feed Mills
Dewas, District: Indore
Madhya Pradesh, India
“In the year 2001 we began a Homa Farming project in soya beans in cooperation with Prestige Feed Mills, Jaora Compound, Indore. I and my two children stayed on the ‘Dewas’ farm for the entire season practicing Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam Homas.”
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Benedict from Moldova had informed me about a conference of the Anastasia organization in Gelendjik, South Russia (on the Black Sea).
Anastasia is a woman who lives in Siberia in the forest far away from all civilization. Even in winter she lives in natural caves and she just eats what nature offers her. There are books available now on her life and her mission, written by Wladimir Megre, who met her few times over there. Anastasia mentions the big changes which are going to come.
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Benedict Caraush writes from Moldova:
In my life during the last eighteen years I have come in contact with different spiritual ways, and practice different techniques like meditation, pranayama, fasting, etc. In 1996 for the first time I came in contact with Agnihotra through my Ukranian friend Andrey Guzanov. I was not so deeply touched because I later understood that one important thing had been missing: correct timing.
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In 1991, exactly at 12:00 P.M. on Christmas eve, Vedic mantras and healing fires were performed for the first time on a small island of Chile called Port Williams. This is at the most southern end of South America, where people live under extreme climatic conditions.
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Maria Mamud's Healing –
“One year ago when I went to the Peruvian jungle I got parasites. They affected my liver to the point that it almost didn’t work; my spleen and my intestines were also affected. Because my liver wasn’t functioning properly my whole body became inflamed, as if I had gained weight. I felt nausea and weakness. I went to see an iridologist. She gave me a dietary treatment and recommended that I take some enemas.”
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In 1997 together with Maria Alejandra Mendez from Venezuela and Roger Subotnik from US, I took part in a highly successful project to eliminate the plant disease Sigatoka Negra from a heavily infected farm in Puerto Armuelles, Panama, using only Homa Therapy methods.
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Moldova, formerly part of the Soviet Union, is now an independent small country south of Ukraine and north-east of Romania. There is very little industry and the economy of the country is totally dependent on agriculture.
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In April, 2000 I was in Uruguay, my country of origin, in which I visited different cities. First I passed by Montevideo, the capitol, and just a few kilometers away I passed by Canelones, a very pretty place called El Pinar. There I stayed with the Lincoln family as well as Raquel Lopez. She had learned about Agnihotra two years ago.
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In April, 1998 I traveled to Uruguay to visit my mother. I spent two weeks in Paysandu, capital of the Department of Paysandu, city where I was born and where I lived until I was nineteen years old. To everyone I met, I talked about Homa Therapy.
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Sigatoka Negra Project in Panama –
In January, 1997, Roger Subotnik and I traveled to Panama to introduce Homa Therapy as a means to combat the plant disease Black Sigatoka. This leaf fungus attacks banana and plantain crops, and has killed thousands of acres of plantain trees in Venezuela and Colombia. Stronger and stronger fungicides have been used to fight the disease, and some success has been achieved for a while. But eventually a point is reached when the only chemicals capable of killing the fungus are also deadly to man. Hundreds of farmers in South America have abandoned their farms due to the devastation caused by this disease.
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