Field Broadcasters

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Broadcasting Organizational Energy Patterns

Research with Field Broadcasters and organizational life force patterns is on-going and more is learned all the time. Many inquire if Field Broadcasters can get rid of one or another weed, insect or pest. At best this would be a piecemeal rather than an integrated approach and is not our highest priority in research. The intention is to improve the entire environmental picture so that both quality and quantity of growth improves. Toward this end we tend to boost vitality and balance rather than combating specific nuisances. Frequently pests and diseases indicate imbalances, and bringing things into balance eliminates most problems. Why shoot the messenger? With balanced improvements we’ve seen many disease, weed, insect and pest problems diminish or disappear. Yet, some pest problems, notably things like deer, groundhog, pig and kangaroo damage, have been known to increase. No doubt this is because such animals like much the same things humans like. It certainly is possible to make species specific remedies for weeds, insects and vertebrates. Organization arises at boundaries. After many experiments what proved most effective in establishing agricultural property boundaries was using an aerial photo or a survey map of the property with its boundaries clearly marked as a witness in the reagent well, with a written intent to broadcast within the boundaries as marked. This follows the rules of entanglement and non-locality in quantum theory. As Rudolf Steiner taught, farms should be treated as living entities with clearly defined boundaries. Each must have an outer perimeter or membrane to keep it alive. Once broadcast boundaries were introduced, organizational [life] patterns reflected back within these boundaries and built up evenly to high levels.   Atmosphere and Soil Originally Hieronymus built mineral release, nitrogen fixation, digestion and nutrition into the soil without much attention to photosynthesis, blossoming, fruiting and ripening. Imbalances occurred and digestive patterns built up so strongly that insects and diseases digested crops before they matured. This problem was solved with a two-way broadcaster that balanced both soil and atmosphere.   Steiner Remedies Plants grow surrounded by the entire cosmos. Rudolf Steiner’s agricultural remedies (commonly known as the BD Preps) supply a complete array of downward [lime polarity] and upward [silica polarity] patterns with clay mediating between the two. The remedies work as fractal patterns with both the inner and outer planets of the solar family. This is good because, even though it is ever-changing, balance is ensured. Biodynamic horn clay patterns establish a dynamic exchange between the downward flowing plant sap from photosynthesis and the up-welling nutrients proceeding from soil microbes nourished by that sap. Sugars formed by photosynthesis sink to the roots, providing energy for a wide variety of microbes whose synergy may rival modern China. Although such major players as the nitrogen fixing azotobacters or the silica releasing actinomycetes do not sacrifice themselves directly to nourish the plant, protozoa cruise along eating and excreting them, and thus providing a steady stream of freshly digested nourishment. Once this gets going nitrogen fertilization becomes undesirable. Plants do far better when they get their nitrogen from soil microbes as amino acids rather than from the application of nitrogen salts. Quality as well as yield is then assured, and plants better fulfil their genetic potential.   Balancing and Tuning Tuning and balancing homeopathic potencies was found to be desirable for every location for each Steiner remedy. As the remedies affect the land a different set of potencies is needed Sometimes in the middle of a crop year imbalances will indicate a change of potencies to turn the situation around.   Geometric Cards It has proven inadvisable to use raw materials such as lime, fertilizers, trace elements, creature ash (Peppers) or live microbes as reagents in Field Broadcasting. What seems to work best is homeopathic potencies from geometric cards. These deliver precise, consistent and powerful results. The cards are based on archetypal patterns derived from the biodynamic preparations that grew out of Rudolf Steiner’s agricultural work.   Servicing Field Broadcasters do require reagents. This is not because they wear out or the reagents lose their potency, but rather because conditions change and what once were the optimum potencies are no longer appropriate to balance and improve conditions. How often reagents should be replaced for optimum results is not clear, but we recommend this at least annually.   Ongoing Research Pests. Yet, one wouldn’t want to rely on such things as broadcasting insecticides, or even using the patterns of tiger or dingo urine to keep the pigs out of the sugar cane or the kangaroos out of the watermelons. So what if it works if the watermelons taste of dingo urine. As a word of caution, please DO NOT broadcast the patterns of parathion or other poisons, raw ash of creatures and insects. Sure, it would keep corn ear worms out of the sweet corn. Studies as far back as the late 40s show the use of patterns does this more effectively than actually spraying. But it might be far more serious for the parathion pattern to be in every kernel of corn.
Quantum Agriculture Reps and Field Broadcaster Agents - Success using quantum Field Broadcasting and radionics is built on having a firm foundation of agricultural excellence in all areas to support these endeavours. This is why Quantum Agriculture puts so much emphasis on understanding how the minerals, biology, soil testing, composting, seasonal variations, etc. work. When we cover all these bases, problems are identified and minimized so that using energy patterns along with the rest more easily achieves the desired results. Agents or consultants who represent Quantum Agriculture products are required to take our Advanced Courses and are trained in observation and problem solving as well as the fundamentals of how biological systems work. This includes seeing weeds, pests and diseases as indicators rather than enemies; testing soils for soluble and total nutrients with an eye to recommending amendments; understanding the biochemical sequence; familiarity with biodynamics and the uses of biodynamic preparations; dowsing, homeopathy and radionic practices; and general familiarity with all types of farming. They are expected to keep client files, follow the progress of farms and act as on-going consultants for problems if and as they arise. They can be expected to be as up-to-date on agricultural science and be as well-connected with a range of problem solving networks as possible. A consultation with a Quantum Agriculture representative may solve fundamental problems that have little to do with field broadcasting or radionics. We entrust the following listed Quantum Agriculture field broadcaster representatives to sell, install, reagent and respond to special needs:
  • Heinz Gugger, Amamour Creek, Southeast Queensland, Australia 07
  • Wayne Rankine. Far Northern Queensland
  • Jason Simmons  New England, AU
  • Doug Ross
  • Alaistair Jones
  • Brett Sanders
  • Lex Langridge  Western Australia
  • Arnd Enneking South Australia
  • Skip Miller, Lake Crescent, Florida, United States
  • Gary Freeborg, Austin, Texas, United States
  • Mark Tally Idaho, Oregon, Washington states  United States
  • Nicolene Joubert, Krugersdorp North, South Africa (in training)
 
Field Broadcaster Global Family -
In 1989 Hugh Lovel designed and manufactured the first commercial Fieldbroadcaster. Since then farmers all over the globe have installed them with great satisfaction and success. Here is a very short list of some of these farms and farmers. We consider our Fieldbroadcaster owners a family. We welcome you to join our global family.
- Hugh Lovel and Shabari Bird Lovel

VINEYARDS

  Pure Vision Ken Carypiedis and family at Pure Vision is a South Australian owned boutique winery dedicated to providing premium quality organic wines. Sourcing only the finest organic grapes from South Australia, we have met our vision to produce wine which captures the essence of each grape in its natural glory. Our certified organic grapes grow free from synthetic chemicals or fertilizers - a process which releases the natural colors and flavour resulting in wine which tastes pure, clean and divine.   Avondale Estate Vineyards At Avondale, we make extraordinary wines approved by Mother Nature Our ethos, Terra Est Vita meaning ‘Soil is Life’ encapsulates our view of Avondale Estate as a dynamic living system where soil, water and energy; plants, animals and people; even our buildings, are part of a complex web of relationships and networks, interconnected and interdependent. Premium Quality Wines – Our commitment to promoting life does not only lead to Mother Nature’s approval of our healthy, balanced vineyard ecosystem; it also ensures the premium quality of Avondale’s unique, naturally-made, slow wines. The vigour of our well-tended vines leads to excellent grapes bursting with fresh flavours that are evident in our individually-styled, classic wines, so full of life and character. Certified Organic – Avondale is certified organic and we practice bio-dynamic agriculture; but we go beyond both these beneficial systems of natural farming by also using the best 21st Century science, technology and knowledge to enhance sustainability. Enjoying Our Wines – When we dispatch Avondale wines for worldwide distribution in select markets, we hold the intention that they will play a role in enhancing healthy balance and affirming joy in the lives of those that take pleasure in them. We are mindful that whenever an Avondale wine is part of a family dinner or a celebration; an exciting gathering or a solitary interlude we are all connected in those moments by a shared love of life. Tuning into the Energy of Place with a Field Broadcaster From Johnathan Grieve”s Blog At Avondale, we make use of biodynamic practices because they enable us to engage in the energy of our farm – which is a vital component if you want to farm in a truly holistic way. Two years ago, we installed a field broadcaster on the farm. This is an instrument invented in the 1990’s by Hugh Lovel, an American agricultural expert who has long been an advocate of Rudolph Steiner’s biodynamic philosophy. The field broadcaster is essentially a pipe with glass wells, flat copper disk transmitters and induction coils at each end. One field broadcaster can cover an area of 1000 hectares. I dowsed to find an optimal power spot, which is a convergence of energy lei lines that creates a vortex of positive and negative energies. One end of the field broadcaster was then buried in the ground at the power spot, and the other rises up into the atmosphere; thus the instrument is ‘plugged’ into the energy grid of the farm. Biodynamic preparations and other fractal patterns can then be inserted into the wells, and their frequencies are then broadcast directly into soil and air across the farm. Field Broadcasters are really about transmitting the energy patterns of the preparations and other remedies you might want to broadcast. It’s about getting patterned energy’s working with us. The field broadcaster enables us to work easily and constantly with the cosmic influences, and so contribute to the flourishing of life at Avondale at the subtle energy level.   Macari Vineyards Macari Vineyards, located on the North Fork of Eastern Long Island in Mattituck, is owned and operated by the Macari Family. The business is led by owners Joseph Macari Sr. and his wife, Katherine, and Joseph Macari Jr., who is at the helm of the winery with his wife, Alexandra. Though Macari Vineyards was established in 1995, the Macari Family has owned the 500 acre waterfront estate for nearly 50 years. In this time, they have been careful environmental stewards of the land. What were once potato fields and farmland has become a vineyard of 180 acres of vines with additional fields of compost, farmland, and a home to cows, goats, Sicilian donkeys and ducks. Macari is on the cutting edge of viticulture and is dedicated to a more natural approach to winemaking. Joseph Macari, Jr. is recognized as a pioneer in the movement towards organic and sustainable farming on Long Island, employing principles of biodynamic farming since the vineyard’s first plantings. Extensive soil preparation, rich composts, careful cover cropping and a consideration to wildlife and terrain makes Macari's 180 planted acres stand out from the rest. Taking into account the health of the environment as a whole, and moving away from the harmful effects of pesticides to a more natural and meticulous caretaking of the soil and plants, ultimately yields premium wines.

DAIRY FARMS

  Eden Hope Dairy The Bunter Family of Eden Hope is a certified Biodynamic and organic dairy farm located 12 kilometers outside Gympie in the South-East corner of Queensland, Australia. The farm is approximately 64.4 hectares (159 acres) in size and currently stocks around 150 head of cattle. The main cattle breed is Jersey, with several cross-breeds in the herd. The milk produced by the cows is extremely rich and of a very high quality. The farm-label milk is processed at the local Cooloola Milk factory and is available throughout Gympie and the Sunshine Coast. One key feature of our product is that we can guarantee that the milk you buy under the Eden Hope label is from the Eden Hope farm. This feature allows you, the consumer, to truly experience the seasonal changes that we experience here on the farm.   Traders Point Creamery Traders Point Creamery is a family owned artisan dairy farm located in Zionsville, Indiana. We started making dairy products, selling direct to customers, and delivering in the central Indiana region in the summer of 2003. Our herd of Brown Swiss spend all of their time on pastures and we milk 60 to 90 cows each day throughout the year. Our farm is Certified Organic by the USDA. Additionally, we purchase milk from similar sized local farms who share in our organic, 100% Grass-fed beliefs. As certified organic milk producers you can be assured that we never use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides on our land and our cows never receive antibiotics or synthetic hormones. We produce pure, fresh, cream line whole milk, chocolate milk, plain, and fruit yogurts. Our cheese offerings include 3 flavors of Fromage Blanc, cottage cheese, and our raw milk natural rind aged cheese “Fleur de la Terre.” We believe in “nourishing the land that nourishes us all.” This means preserving the family farm and continuing our grandparents’ legacy of sensible, sustainable, low-input agriculture.   Meet the Knapp Family By Carrie Branovan The secret ingredients in Maureen and Paul Knapp's special family farm recipe are a generous cup of gratitude and a hearty handful of positive thinking. All they have done to create this haven, abundant with delicious organic food, beautiful flowers, thriving plant life, contented animals, and happy people; they have come to instinctively, trusting the progress to unfold naturally. "When you are open to learning new things, and ask for what you need to know, it appears. Usually for me, it's by the next day," Maureen says. Spending a day with the Knapps on their organic family farm near Syracuse New York reminded me of the recent film "What the Bleep Do We Know.?" The film's message is that that our thoughts influence reality…that the choices we make collapse the wave of infinite possibilities into particles of experience. Arriving on a glorious summer day, I am invited into the farmhouse and ushered through a large airy kitchen, filled with goodness from the Knapp's fields and animals: eggs in baskets, strawberries in ceramic bowls, dried herbs, fresh flowers, veggies, cheese, and the sweet aroma of home baked cookies. This house was built by Paul's great grandfather in 1896, and while we tour the ground floor, Paul reminds me that the house didn't have electric or running water in those days. What a transformation! While they have preserved the charming character of their Victorian house, they certainly enjoy modern conveniences, including wireless for their laptops. We settle in a large comfortable dining room adjacent to the kitchen and arrange ourselves around a seemingly ancient oak table, which I imagine has been the center of over a century of family stories. Lunch is served, delicious egg salad sandwiches, cheese, cookies, iced tea, but it was the STRAWBERRIES that caught my attention. Wow. They were the most extraordinary berries I've ever tasted. My interest is piqued; the conversation begins. The Knapp's history unfolds. Paul was of one of eight fourth-generation children born on the 600 acre Knapp farm, which produced cabbage and potatoes, dairy, and feed crops. 300 acres of the farm consists of wetlands and forest, and the remaining 300 tillable with pasture, with the upper West branch of the Tioughnioga River running through. Uncertain whether he would return to continue the family tradition, Paul decided on a degree in Nursery Management at Cobleskill Agricultural and Technical College. That's where he met Maureen. Though she was born and raised in Brewster, a suburb of New York City, Maureen had a lifelong dream of living a rural farm life, (though admittedly, she jokes that she hadn't figured on the amount of work and manure involved!) She was pursuing a degree in Equine Science when she met Paul. Was it a surprise the love of Maureen's life turned out to be a farmer? I don't think so. The first time Paul took Maureen home to meet his family, the future course was set. Maureen became passionate about returning to the farm, and Paul agreed. They were married in 1982, and began co-managing the farm with Paul's parents and brothers in 1980. The births of three sons followed: Casey in 1989, Blaise in 1992, and finally Evan arriving in 1995. The first ten years was spent co-managing the produce side of the farm, and then Paul and Maureen took over the family's dairy operation in 1993. About this time, Maureen started to become interested in organics, through various articles she read and people she met. Paul smiles, "Maureen's the dreamer; I'm the logistics." Because the Knapps were the first in their community to transition to organic, it raised eyebrows, of course. But it felt so right for the farm and their family, so the couple persevered. Paul explains, "Our soil was ready for organic farming. It is renowned for being the best in the state. There's such good drainage and percolation in the 25 feet of silty gravel below the topsoil, that even in some years when it's dry our crops are still able to grow, and when we get a lot of rain, the soil drains beautifully. We have learned to improve the soil with compost, instead of synthetic fertilizers, and this wakes up the biology." In the years preceding their certification they also learned how to treat sick cows with homeopathic remedies and herbs instead of antibiotics, implemented rotational grazing, and added turkeys, pigs, and chickens to the operation. "We found that adding multiple species contributes to soil vitality," Paul adds. They earned organic certification, became members of Organic Valley/CROPP cooperative, and shipped their first load of organic milk in 2000. In the meantime, while serving as president of the New York Agricultural Land Trust, a new entity formed to hold conservation easements on farms working through American Farmland Trust, and sitting on numerous boards of farm-related organizations and teaching workshops, Maureen continues to pursue their quest for cutting edge practices to further increase farm vitality. At this point I understand Paul and Maureen are knowledgeable, tireless and dedicated agricultural visionaries, guided by their intuition and love for the land. "In 1999, I started following a list serve on biodynamics, which I found fascinating," explains Maureen. "The results people were getting were amazing. I realized that the practices were more time intensive than we could afford to devote in our operation, so we set the intention to try to find aspects of biodynamic techniques that would fit." They became familiar with Hugh Lovel's work, and invited him to the farm in 2003. "He told us about things to start looking for and it really opened our eyes," Paul says. They learned about useful wild plants on the farm that they hadn't even noticed before. "The other thing we got out of his visit is that the signs are there if you look for them," Paul says. "The plants growing in the fields, the structure of the roots, even the weeds that we have--there's information to be had from everything that grows on the farm." Lovel also worked with Paul and Maureen to install a "field broadcaster," a pipe that is placed in a strategic part of the farm that amplifies their greater intentions for the farm as a whole. Since their farm became tuned "Radionically," the Knapps report two straight years of the best crops they've ever had. "The vitality of the whole farm is huge," Maureen says. Some of their recent forage samples were deemed among the best in the area. The high-quality forage directly translates to better herd health, milk production, and fertility. Today, the Knapps organically steward 10 acres of U-Pick strawberries, a huge and lovely kitchen garden, 80 acres of pastures, 80 organic milking Holsteins, 150 hens, turkeys, broilers, and pigs, with the help of their three talented children.    

GRAIN GROWERS

Inveraray Downs Cameron McKellar conducts a very successful biological farming operation on his 1300 ha property “Inveraray Downs” at Spring Ridge, NSW. Ten years ago he shifted from chemicals to natural fertilisers such as kelp and fish emulsion before introducing his own composting system to avoid fluctuations in prices. Soil organic matter registered 3% in the top 30cm and 2.5% in the 30-60cm profile, up from less than 0.5% in the late ‘80’s. Cam combines dry land and irrigation cropping under no-till cultivation, including slashing of stubble. Am has installed three Fieldbroadcasters.  He also runs a herd of Belted Galloways which are also used to process stubble. A small woodland area is managed for timber and biodiversity. He tests his soils every 6 months.   Lakeview Organic Grains Mary-Howell & Klaas Martens, organic farmers, with about 1400 acres of organic corn, soybeans, small grains (wheat, spelt, barley, oats, and triticale), field peas, winter peas, dark red kidney beans, edamame soybeans and other things too.  They have been farming organically since 1993.  They also raise organic heifers, pigs, chickens, and most importantly, 3 children – Peter, Elizabeth and Daniel.   Sul Organics T/A Lochabar Enterprises Pty Ltd. Certified USDA ACO Organic 4199A Neil and Kym Sullivan operate a mixed grazing and cropping certified organic farming property Riverview of 1025Ha, 22Klms South of the township of Tara in Queensland since 2005. Neil and Kym have been certified organic farmers since 1996. Neil and Kym currently operate a mixed enterprise comprising predominantly certified organic grain production for the domestic and export markets and certified organic beef cattle for the local market off their farm Riverview. In 2000 they built an Industrial Shed in Crocker Street Millmerran in which they operate their grain processing and packaging business trading as Sul Organics for Lochabar Enterprises P/L. "In 2010 we purchased a field broadcaster from Quantum Agricultural and our lifelong friendship with Hugh & Shabari Lovel began, the broadcaster has been in operation from September 2010 and in that time we have witnessed subtle, but positive changes in soil conditions which will equate into good results in crop nutrition and quality (approx. 3 weeks from harvest till results come in ) early  March 2011 there were opium yields and bushel weights recorded in the face of one of the wettest summer seasons recorded in a long time.  Radionics through the broadcaster is a new way of farming for us, total outside the box. We have attended several workshops with Hugh and Shabari, including the Advanced Course, and we have come to a greater understanding of the concepts of Quantum Agriculture we are developing the principles necessary for farming sustainably."

FRUITE GROWERS

  Lake Crescent Citrus Skip Miller, owner of Lake Crescent Citrus in Crescent City, Florida has 80 acres of mandarins, oranges and grapefruit. He has been organic since  2002 and has attended many US Advanced Courses. He installed a Field Broadcaster in 2009 and is in training to become a Certified Field Broadcaster consultant.   Mary Valley Orchards Heinz and Angela Gugger of Mary Valley Orchards are a family owned and  operated fruit plantation, producing sweet, seedless, non-astringent Persimmons. Their sweet persimmon is not to be confused with the astringent variety that most people associate with when they first hear the word Persimmon that variety needs to be soft before any attempt can be made to eat it. Mary Valley Orchards is located in the beautiful Mary Valley which covers the towns of Amamoor, Imbil, Dagun, Kandanga and Kenilworth, 2 hours north of Brisbane just before Gympie and 40 minutes from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. As well as sweet seedless persimmons, Mary Valley Orchards grows nectarines which are harvested around the end of September. We pack all our fruit with a specialised fruit grader and we do our own marketing to guarantee fast turnaround. All this means the freshest fruit in the stores in a few days ready for your enjoyment. After a few trails and tests Mary Valley Orchards took a significant change in farm management practices for the good of the environment and towards the carbon offset scheme. Mary Valley Orchards is committed to grow quality produce and protecting his land with new biological – or non-toxic – farming approach. Biological farming means refraining from practices that harm soil life and organisms ranging from earthworms to fungi and bacteria. The minerals in the soil have to be balanced and if any elements are in short supply productivity is limited. This balance is achieved by monitoring and testing soil and leaves throughout the year, adding humified compost, which introduces organic matter and microbes into the soil. Beneficial soil microbes in adequate number balance out the effects of pathogens in the soil, thereby minimizing the onslaught of pests and diseases. We still have to use certain chemicals but we opt for softer, targeted substances and we always use a carbon buffer to minimize damage to biology in the system. The importance of good mineral levels in the soil cannot be underestimated. Minerals combined with good microbial activity are what determine both the health of our plants and your own health. The overall approach for our biological farming is split in Mineral, Microbe, Plant and Pest Management. Each part plays a vital role itself but also influences and relates strongly with the other segments.
Field Broadcaster FAQ - What Is a Field Broadcaster? It is a self-driven, agricultural pattern energy device with no moving parts, usually made out of PVC pipe,that stands upright in the field and sets up an induction field of the patterns placed in its reagent wells. A standard model Field Broadcaster can cover up to 4000 acres. We also have a Garden Economy model which covers up to forty acres. Some farmers choose the community model concept where they combine maps of several individual properties in order to cover them all as one. Each Field Broadcaster is planted two feet deep in the ground and stands nine and a half feet high. It is a closed tube with a copper plate at each end. These two ends are connected by a wire in a circuit that includes two 2 inch diameter 2 foot long induction coils next to the caps and two reagent well circuits, one for each induction coil. The top induction coil and well circuit is the mirror image of the bottom one, and where the coils of the top circuit are wrapped in one direction, the bottom set is wound in the opposite direction in order to satisfy the quantum requirement of spin balancing. Overall, the Field Broadcaster is designed to induce organisational patterns into the agricultural landscape both physically, in the electromagnetic spectrum, and quantum non-locally in the pattern energy (aka etheric) field. How Does a Field Broadcaster Work? For the most part there is a surplus of electrons in the soil and a deficit in the atmosphere above the soil. At night this balance reverses, so there is a daytime flow upwards into the atmosphere and a night-time flow back down. The field broadcaster makes use of the resulting current flow, slight though it is, to set up a subtle induction field that transmits the patterns of materials placed in the broadcaster wells much as a crystal radio set would transmit sounds. These patterns provide the basis for everything within the area of broadcast to “dance to the same drummer.” That a Field Broadcaster can improve the fertility of a garden or farm simply by the resonance of its induction field with no outside inputs is considered a matter of nonsensical conjecture by some. For those who believe only in entropy the idea that there are mathematical functions and organisational patterns that increase order and cause energy to flow from lower concentration to higher concentration is absurd. After all, it is reasoned, why would we have fuel driven autos and trucks, coal and atomic power plants, etc. if we could simply set things up so power flowed into our machinery instead of away from it? Actually, that is a good question and the answers are rather thought provoking considering that solar, wind and hydroelectric generators do precisely that. Why then is so much of our machinery fuel driven? Good question. Any device that organizes energy, such as a wind turbine taking the heat out of air (and potentially also condensing moisture) defies the so-called second LAW of thermodynamics which says that all energy runs down and disperses and all energy differentials trend from higher to lower concentration. While this is believed by many to be an inviolable law, living organisms both run up AND run down or they would never grow or reproduce, let alone ever attain any sort of condition that could be described as living. And yet, what would happen if moisture evaporated into the atmosphere but could never again become organized and concentrated in clouds or fall once more as rain? As we know, heat drives the weather of the world. The heat energy in the wind is relatively widespread and dispersed, but with a wind turbine one can concentrate it, transform it, send it down a wire and do all sorts of things with it before it disperses again as heat. Undeniably it can be concentrated by means of a simple vortexial device designed to catch and convert it into a concentrated, usable form. Do Field Broadcasters produce Free Energy? Choose your own terminology. It is simply organisational or patterned energy which, because it is organised like a sieve or web, tends to catch energy and concentrate it instead of dispersing it. In the days of the Alchemists such as Paracelsus this energy was called ether. No law requires us to adopt the equivocations, peer pressure, funding considerations and tenured positions of physics professors. By the same token, Field Broadcasters are not perpetual motion machines that never wear out.  To be sure, the warmth that drives a wind turbine or the light that powers a solar panel comes from the sun, but for practical purposes we can treat these bits of gear as free energy devices, no matter that they wear out. After all, plants do this too, though they have the added capacity of reproducing themselves for free. Of course, living organisms concentrate not only energy; they concentrate carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and/or other substances. They manage to organize this material in extremely complex and sophisticated ways, concentrating organization to a high degree. As Nobel Prize winning physicist Erwin Schrödinger put it, “Living organisms have the remarkable ability to draw a stream of order to themselves, thus creating an exception to the second law of thermodynamics.” Never at a loss for another rejoinder, some detractors may abandon the argument that a field broadcaster cannot work, and argue instead that it cannot work the way it is built. Or if it works it is not working the way its makers believe it works, or it is doing unintended things, etc. To drop everything and explore these detractions—which always rear their heads and, to be fair, are at least worthy of some consideration—would strain resources in a quest for further and further and more and more refined observation and measurement, while nothing much else would be accomplished. A simple volt meter will show there is a fine current flow simply due to the differentials between the top and bottom plates of the field broadcaster. Of course, more and better detection and measurement is valid and valuable. But at Quantum Agriculture we simply have prioritized rather than being sidetracked. Wherever there is interest, by all means investigate. Using a Field Broadcaster to grow more richly organized things is the most meaningful test of whether it works as intended anyway. Just be forewarned that at the level of subtlety where Field Broadcasting works the human nervous system and human thought can influence the results. If one’s intention is to prove field broadcasting does not work, that bias alone may skew the results, and under such conditions experiments may be inconclusive. This is precisely why double blind experimentation is the gold standard in medical research—to remove the human factors, insofar as possible, from influencing the results. For the purpose of discussion we assert that Field Broadcasters DO work, and as stated above, they are designed to have both electromagnetic AND quantum non-local, entangled effects. Unlike many related organizational energy devices which work non-locally by subtle intention with minimal physical structure—e.g. radionic instruments—Field Broadcasters have a specific physical structure that influences substances in a measurable, physical way. It may be rash to say the effects are easily measured because the changes induced by patterning the environment may require fairly sophisticated test gear to accurately measure. Yet, Osborne Reynolds established in the nineteenth century with fluid dynamics that a microscopic change at a point can effect large scale changes in the medium. Using a Fourier Transform Interferometer (weighing two and a half tons and costing hundreds of thousands of dollars) probably is not necessary, but if it is available, use it.  Arguably the human organism is better equipped to detect subtle differences in such things as flavours and odours, however. A sensitive volt meter or an oscilloscope is sufficient to show that something is happening, but as with recording brain waves the question is what that ‘something’ is. More growth, richer brix levels, fatter cattle, more successful crops and greater soil fertility are all phenomena we look to as proof. It is the approach of Goethean science to use the human senses and train them to subtle discrimination as compared to analytical science’s dependence upon instrumentation and theory. Why Are Field Broadcasters Built the Way They Are? Field Broadcaster design deliberately separates the top and bottom poles of the device by approximately eleven and a half feet. That is a sufficient distance for physical function to occur, and it is a rule of physics that forces arise between polarities. A differential in the potential from one end to the other causes a current flow through the coil and well circuits that establishs patterns in the surrounding environment as long as there are organizational patterns [reagents] in the wells. Although this differential may be greater in the upright position, there is also enough differential from end to end in the horizontal position to make the device work even when out of the ground. This means that to minimize the organizational field of the broadcaster, the reagents should be removed so no patterns are broadcast. If one takes up a field broadcaster for any reason and places it in storage, it is very likely to still be working, though perhaps this will no longer be as intended. To turn it off, remove the reagents from both wells. What Is the Field Broadcaster’s Power Source? When installed there is enough difference in potential between the two ends of the broadcaster to cause a slight current flow, creating the necessary field induction effect. This current flow can be compared to what flows through a tree or along our nerve channels rather than in the power lines. The intense energies in the power lines are known to be detrimental to human health. Does the Energy Become Diluted As It Gets Further From the Field Broadcaster? Back in the early days of our research, we installed the broadcasters without defining any boundaries, and found the energy just leaked away, just as any organism’s energy would if it had no skin. Up near the broadcasters plants grew twice as tall and then tapered off in all directions. Once we realized we could draw the boundaries of the property and write an intent on the property map so that, (because of quantum entanglement) the broadcast was contained, we found the broadcast built up in a uniform way throughout the property. Because the energy did not leak away, ten times more area could be affected. Is the Field Broadcaster Used During the Growing Season Only? No. What goes on in the off season is every bit as important as the growing season. What makes plants grow is organizational patterns of energy. Rudolf Steiner called this etheric energy while Wilhelm Reich called it orgone energy. This ether spirals into the solar vortex from beyond Saturn.  Thus it passes through the Earth vortex streaming from east to west on its way to the Sun.  In summer, where the Sun is more above the horizon, this energy rises forth from the daylight side of the Earth into the atmosphere, and expresses itself in the growth of plants.  However, in the winter when the Sun spends most of the time below the horizon, this organizational energy sinks into the Earth and charges it up. It helps enormously for the earth to get charged up over the winter so it doesn’t run out of energy in the latter part of the summer.  Nowadays many northern hemisphere farmers find their crops running out of energy in July or August—because they haven’t stored up enough energy over the winter. With a Field Broadcaster a much richer charge builds up over the winter.  With Field Broadcasting, farms, ranches, orchards, gardens, etc. start with what might be compared to a fully charged battery so the land does not run out of energy in late summer. Can the Broadcaster Be Used for Different Crops (maize, lucerne, grass, etc.) at the Same Time? Yes. The same basic organizational patterns are needed in the same way by all crops, so there are some general, across the board rules for putting out these patterns (although special effects can be created within these rules). For example, under normal conditions the horn silica pattern improves photosynthesis and goes in the upper broadcast well. Then the horn manure pattern is broadcast from the bottom well, and it enlivens the soil food web whose micro-organisms fix nitrogen, elaborate calcium and solubilise phosphorus and other nutrients, providing by digestion a steady nutritional stream that grows along with the development of each plant’s root system. The horn clay patterns go in both wells. Ordinarily summer horn clay goes in the top and winter horn clay in the bottom.  Horn clay invigorates the ebb and flow of sap in plants, which ensures they translocate their sugars to the roots so they feed both the mycorrhizal fungi that unlock minerals and the nitrogen fixing azotobacters that provide nitrogen as amino acids.  Where we absorb sugars and proteins from our digestive tracts, plants give these to the fungi and bacteria in the soil.  In exchange they get minerals and amino acids for free, which is most appropriate.  If soluble phosphorus and nitrogen fertilizers are added this not only costs money but it poisons the mycorrhizae, azotobacters and other beneficial microbes and short circuits the process.  The other Steiner remedies, such as yarrow, chamomile, nettle, oak, dandelion, valerian and horsetail patterns can sometime be adjusted according to the crop mix.  Basically all crops need the same energy patterns. It has been found that the optimum herbs used in these remedies may vary from continent to continent or place to place. For instance, in Australia, the She Oak may replace horsetail, Silky Oak bark may replace the English Oak (Europe) or White Oak (North America) and Stinging Tree may replace Stinging Nettle. These replacements are entirely different species, but tend to be significantly better adapted to Australian conditions. What Is the Life Expectancy of a Field Broadcaster? Our oldest broadcasters out there are twenty years old, and we don’t see much sign of aging.  But we designed them to last at least 20 years and we guarantee all internal components for 5 years. A word of caution, however, is appropriate. It has been found that use of a powerful CB radio transmitter in the near vicinity of a broadcaster probably will blow out the choke coils and both wells will then cease to function and the well circuits will have to be replaced. Farmers and ranchers driving around checking remote locations should definitely avoid using such equipment within a few hundred meters of their Field Broadcasters. There is the possibility that if a Field Broadcaster is not sealed moisture may condense within it. We also have known of two Field Broadcasters (out of several hundred) which were struck by lightning. Other than that we have found very little that can go wrong. As a precaution we build in redundancy of components.  Our models are internally sealed against condensation and have external test terminals in case something like the choke coils burning out occurs. Of course, even though the wells are internally sealed, Teflon thread tape should be used on the threads of the well caps when checking or changing reagents to ensure moisture is excluded. Few things short of a direct lightning strike are likely to cause malfunction, though we can never be too sure.  If you hit yours with your tractor or snowmobile or a large animal rubs themselves against it and breaks it, we have a $600 charge plus shipping to rebuild the entire broadcaster (plus return shipping)—which is another way of saying we are committed that our units work reliably since our reputation is at stake. Could you be more specific about how you measure the effects coming from Field Broadcasters? We normally measure the effects of a Field Broadcaster via dowsing. Keep in mind we simply use the hypothesis that the human brain and central nervous system works like a quantum computer, though humans also possess a personal will. If anyone wants to prosecute us for our assertions the burden of proof that we are wrong is theirs. We can discuss it in the spirit of inquiry, but under prosecution the burden of proof is not ours. We simply state that dowsing is essentially a quantum non-local technique involving the human nervous system, which acts as an extremely large antenna that is extremely sensitive. In other words, dowsing relies on detection of phenomena at the fundamental particle level, the quantum level, where  trigger events occur. These phenomena are essentially transcendental—not limited to space and time. Put another way, these methods function at what physicists call the zero point where space and time do not have the meaning we usually attribute to these things at the gross physical level, and fundamental phenomena such as these do not exist as finite linear functions. Providing dowsing is a convenient measuring system, the question is what are we measuring? On the physical side, organization arises at boundaries. Patterns, such as are used in the reagent wells, provide boundaries and the boundaries provide resistance. Resistance concentrates organizational energy, and organizational energy flows from lower concentration to higher concentration. By definition, in order to be organizational energy must do this. If energy was dis-organizational it would flow from lesser dispersion to greater dispersion, as proponents of the second ‘law’ of thermodynamics would have us believe all energy does. Strangely, they tend to see no conflict between this belief and the belief in evolution from lower to higher life forms, but such is the nature of beliefs. In terms of field broadcaster design a number of things result. For example, a coil creates resistance, and no matter what sort of circuit one has there must be resistance or the circuit is a direct short rather than a circuit. So there are large coils top and bottom for inducing organizational patterns into the top soil and lower atmosphere. The more turns in the coils, the more the resistance. There is also a coil around each reagent well to pick up the organizational patterns of the reagents placed in the wells. Each well circuit has a quartz crystal with a coil around it causing it to become a resonator and making the patterns from the well coils coherent. Also each well circuit has a strong resistor to draw organizational flow. Because organizational energy is concentrated at the resistor, and since organization flows from lower to higher concentration, the flow in the circuit follows the path of greater resistance rather than the path of lesser resistance. There is also the question of switching from one well to the other as night follows day and day follows night. It is important that the patterns in the lower well are induced in the soil whenever the ambient energy is flowing downward (at night), since these patterns are digestive, lime polarity patterns. And it is important that the patterns in the upper well are induced into the atmosphere whenever the ambient energy is flowing upward (by day) as these are formative, silica polarity patterns. This switching is accomplished by diodes in each circuit. In one direction the diode has very low resistance. In the other it has very high resistance. This feature allows the diode to act as a one-way gate to pick up the patterns of the lower well if the energy is moving downward in the circuit, and to pick up the patterns of the upper well if the energy is moving upwards in the circuit. This makes switching automatic and requires no action by the grower. As well, tin coated copper wire is used to provide two different conduction mediums, the tin for upward flow and the copper for downward flow. Thus whenever there are flows in both directions simultaneously (particularly at sunrise and sunset) there is a different medium for each to flow simultaneously. It is interesting in regard to the above, innumerable experiments confirm that carbon attracts organizational energy while metal conducts it. Carbon based PVC pipe, while acting as an insulator for the sort of dis-organizational electric current that flows from higher to lower concentration, in the construction of a field broadcaster this attracts organizational energy toward the metallic circuits it contains. As previously noted, this organisational energy streams into the earth from the plane of the ecliptic, entering into the earth field around the equator and flowing from east to west. Thus to best draw a stream of organisational energy into a Field Broadcaster, it is advisable to set it up with the wells, which are heavy with PVC, oriented to the east. Carbon’s sibling, silicon, the chief component of glass, is another classic insulator for ordinary dispersive electric current. However it proves to be an excellent conductor for organizational energy flow. What Practical Things Can I Do With Field Broadcasting? It has proven possible, using biodynamic methods, to grow quite good corn and vegetable crops without fertiliser or with minimal fertiliser, using a Field Broadcaster to induce the organizational patterns of the entire array of biodynamic preparations in living soils—soils with healthy, balanced biology. Experimentation has paid for itself while increasing soil organic matter and measurable soil fertility levels. With a negative experimental budget, experiments had to yield income instead of costing money. That was fine in terms of growing food of the highest quality, using a Field Broadcaster and biodynamic preparations, and selling this food to earn a living. The Field Broadcaster made applying the biodynamic preparation patterns much easier than it otherwise might have been, which left more time to attend to growing and marketing. It also seemed to do a much better job of establishing the biodynamic preparation patterns, presumably because it induces these patterns 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Moreover it covers a large area with minimal cost and it affects otherwise inaccessible places. Presumably it would be a wonderful tool for forestry and for environmental reclamation. What sort of immediate measurable physical effects would a Field Broadcaster cause? The voltage may be measurable in milli-volts, but at the least it would be measurable in micro volts. However, in eleven and a half feet of distance from top to bottom and many times that in length of coil wires and circuitry there is enough difference in potential from end to end to be measurable. There is, however, more involved than voltage, which is simply electric pressure or velocity. We are talking about complex patterns of energy. In addition to velocity there is also amplitude, mode, sympathy, number and periodicity. Or some may prefer terms such phase, intensity and wavelength as well as harmonics or resonance in complex waves. How important is the physical effect side of Field Broadcasting? All quantum non-local devices and instruments, and all organizational patterns of subtle energy, including the human nervous system, work on the basis of the fluid dynamical principle that a microscopic change at a point can effect large scale changes in the medium. At the level of fundamental particles it does not take much to trigger a cascade of occurrences that produce a marked physical result. If this were not true we could not think and act with the marvellous speed and precision we normally enjoy. However, there is a measurable physical effect produced by the construction of the Field Broadcaster even before specific organizational patterns are used with it. It is important to look for a dynamic (downstream) physical effect coupled with the otherwise quantum non-local functioning of these devices. It is believed that the coupling of a physical effect with a non-local effect makes it more effective and is preferable. Even if the non-local effect was very weak, because it is coupled to a physical effect it tends to more effectively produce physical results. What about the reagents? What does this have to do with the function of a Field Broadcaster? Without strongly organizational patterns in the reagent wells—such as the biodynamic preparations—a Field Broadcaster does very little. If one takes the reagents out of both wells of a Field Broadcaster with its bottom coil buried so the tip of the coil is level with surface of the soil (an inch or so deeper in sandy soils) my dowsing shows the Broadcaster's radius of effectiveness is only something like ten to fifteen meters. I have tried various organizational patterns from colours to homeopathic medicines to biodynamic preparations, both singly and in combination. Having the complete orchestra of biodynamic preparations—those with lime orientation in the bottom well and those with silica orientation in the top well—in the broadcaster working in concert with one another has consistently shown the largest radius of effectiveness by dowsing. Various experiments were conducted with raw preps, radionically copied preps, homoeopathically diluted and poetized preps and radionically potentised versions. The conclusion was that radionically poetized BD preps made from Malcolm Rae type geometric cards were the most effective. These Malcolm Rae geometric cards are small paper cards with at least seven rings of concentric circles around the outside with the centre clear. Ordinarily these are used in a type of radionic instrument with a doughnut shaped pickup that was invented by Malcolm Rae, one of the early radionic pioneers in England. Lines or sector marks corresponding to the patterns of each preparation are drawn that are no more than a centimetre and a half long, raying from the innermost circle towards the centre. Since the circles are complete 360 degree vortices one card can contain all the pattern lines necessary for the complete pattern it represents. Other radionic devices rely on dials with numerical resistance values, and the more characteristics represented the more banks of dials one must have, which seems unduly cumbersome. What About Dowsing? Others are invited to see what they conclude. One dowser believed there could be no life in a geometric card read by an instrument and thus concluded that radionically potentised preps were completely ineffective, but others had entirely different readings, and in any case organization arises at boundaries, patterns provide such boundaries, and organization is the basis of life. Perhaps the most important issue with dowsing is identifying and setting aside prejudices. Any dowser with a fixed belief is likely to have his belief confirmed by his dowsing. Over the course of 20 years experience with field broadcasting we have known many dowsers who concluded that radionically potentize preps are exceptionally good. One of these found they could be improved by redrawing the geometric cards with a greater density of sector marks, which he located by dowsing. I have since made a complete set of all biodynamic preparations according to this method, and have found them to be the most effective preparation patterns to date. Moreover, I have also made some alternative preparation cards using Australian herbs that I have found were more effective, at least in Australia, than the European herbal biodynamic preparations—to wit; She Oak in the place of Horsetail, Silky Oak Bark in the place of English Oak, and Stinging Tree in the place of Stinging Nettle. Presumably other substitutions may be made as needed. By dowsing for what homeopathic potencies and sequences are most appropriate for a given property it is possible to fine tune the reagents to what is needed most to bring balance and vitality to that property. Everyone should keep in mind these combinations may change, and reagents should be updated periodically. Perhaps this should be done at least on an annual basis if not more frequently. How long do the BD prep reagents last? We ask broadcaster owners to update their reagents at least annually. The cost is $100 plus shipping. This is not because the patterns in the vials wear out.  Each reagent package is tuned to the specific needs of the location.  In one location the energies balance one way, and in a different location they are different. So even though the appropriate potencies seem to trend to 30c the sequencing may change from dry conditions to wet and from warm to cool. If using colour as a reagent, the appropriate colour may change. In trying to treat a farm with pattern energy to achieve balance, changes take place and the old program will not be as appropriate in a year or so. However there are many who report excellent results with reagents being updated only every three years. If you see things lagging please call us and we will recommend the next step. As with a homeopathic medicine regime, new needs occur over the years. What about Maps and Written Intents? With maps it is important that the map be a true proportional representation of your unique property.This links the map with your property through quantum non-locality. The operating principle of this quantum non-locality can be described as "action at a distance". The map is a "chip off the block" or a holographic representation of the property itself. In other words it is quantum entangled with the property. In radionics the map would commonly be referred to as a "witness" of the property, as no matter where the map is shifted to it is still inter-connected or entangled with the property itself. Whatever is done to the witness is done to the property itself no matter where it is. Why Use a Map? There are several reasons for using a map of the property, drawing its boundaries on the map and writing an intent for the broadcaster to broadcast only within the boundaries as drawn. Very early  experimentation with Cosmic Pipes, named  by their inventor, T. Galen Hieronymus, researchers were faced with the issue of whether or not they had a right to treat other people's property with organisational energy patterns. The conclusion was they had neither the moral nor the legal right to treat other peoples' property without their informed consent. Perhaps in catastrophic extremis one might do so if his own life and his neighbours were threatened. But if he did so and was sued in a court of law, Field Broadcasting might be legislated against and banned. It was not that anyone personally had any fear that they would cause irreversible harm to someone else's property, although we once received a phone call from someone who stated they had put Black Flag (an over-the-counter insecticide) in a homemade broadcaster in order to "take care of [their] bugs." But what if one or another of the agricultural chemical industries, which might find their business adversely affected, were to encourage people to sue for damages? Even though the claims might be false ruinous litigation could occur and could be seriously detrimental to Field Broadcasting as a whole. As the designer of Field Broadcasting  I looked at strategies to contain the broadcaster energy patterns to the property of their owners so there would be no grounds for lawsuit and no cause for complaint. This led to some surprises. At that time it was very clear that plants within a couple meters of the broadcaster seemed to grow almost double the height and robustness of those at a distance of ten meters or more. There was really a big difference in the near vicinity of the device. A surprise occurred when containing the broadcast within the farm boundaries as drawn on an aerial photo. Instead of the effect being strong close to the broadcaster and fading away over distance, the entire farm experienced a uniform robustness not much less than previously occurred within a couple meters of the broadcaster. It seemed obvious then that what happened was that the farm resonated as though it was a single organism. Rudolf Steiner asserted in his Agriculture Course that each individual farm should be treated as a living organism whose energies and activities were—or that is should be—self-contained. One of the essential characteristics of living organisms is they all have an outer boundary, a cell membrane, skin, bark or some sort of integument that holds their life forces within. Going back to the rule that life arises at boundaries, by setting boundaries for the area of enhanced life forces we created a local concentration of organizational energy which more strongly drew a stream of organizational energy to itself. Dowsing revealed a ten-fold increase in the area that was noticeably affected by the Field Broadcaster. Moreover, it no longer made so much difference whether the Field Broadcaster was located near the centre of the farm. It could be located on the strongest energy centre of the farm even when that was off in one corner; and it would still affect the entire farm within the boundaries drawn on the map. In fact, we found that it did not matter so much whether all the farm property was in one block or was dispersed in various individual parcels. What About Intents? As for writing or inscribing intents—this is a technique that dates back at least as far as ancient Egypt. Written intents are a large part of Tibetan culture as they are written on prayer flags or placed in prayer wheels and the like. Basically a written intent gives form and focus—that is a physical presence—to a thought. Writing it down literally creates a thought form. Placing this thought form in an energetic system, such as a flag flapping in the breeze or a turning wheel—or for that matter in the well of a field broadcaster—energizes it by placing it in the flow of things We found Joey Korn's dowsing course included an exceptionally clear and broad statement of intent that has proven very useful for Field Broadcasting. This can be found in Joey’s book, Dowsing: A Path to Enlightenment, and it reads like this: "If it be Thy will, let the powers of nature converge to increase and enhance beneficial energies and to transform any detrimental energies into beneficial ones within the boundaries as marked, for now and in the future for as long as is appropriate, in deep gratitude. Amen." In other words, in keeping with the universal master plan or Creator's will, let all the forces of nature, both known and unknown, come together to increase the beneficial energies present, and to transform any harmful energies into beneficial ones within the appropriate limits of this particular place and time—with genuine thanks—and so be it. Whenever we install a Field Broadcaster we like to go over this intent with the people whose property and broadcaster it is. We get them to write this intent on the map that goes in the well along with the biodynamic reagents, colours reagents, weed peppers or whatever. Our feeling is it is important that they expressly wish for the best to happen and that they look for it. What about Universal Truth? One of the universal truths is: “What we seek we find.” Another is, “Ask and you will receive.” If you don't ask, you cannot expect to receive. If we don't look for optimally beneficial things to happen we have no assurance they will. We must ask for them and look for them. When we aim to integrate our lives and our farms with the big picture and work together in harmony with all the powers of nature, things have a way of working very wonderfully indeed. Our nervous systems work on the basis of quantum non-locality, so it makes no difference where we are as long as we have this thought in mind. By focusing our intent on the map in the Broadcaster well it is in our minds to pray for the best and to look for it. If I lose the lease on the land where the broadcaster is located, can it be moved to a different location? Absolutely. Get a map of the new property and set up the broadcaster as a new installation with new reagents.