“GESTALT” – 1

“GESTALT” – 1


The German word Gestalt is frequently appearing on this site. I’m very much aware of the fact that it can not be understood properly in English, since the language of the ‘Angles’, one of the ancient Germanic peoples that migrated to the area of Great Britain, had obviously dropped or lost the word, when they migrated to Britain. Looking a bit further into the matter it could be that the ‘Angles’ migrated and left central Europe before the word was even used in the German language. Weirdly enough most English interpretations point out either a conclusion of some sort …

Artificial Fertilizer – Blessing or Curse

Artificial Fertilizer – Blessing or Curse

Artificial Fertilizer - Blessing or Curse
In light of the present and expected further increasing shortages of commodities including fertilizer the subject seems to be interesting enough to have a closer look. Over the last two centuries, many attempts have been made to artificially produce a substance that can create an abundance of agricultural commodities. One of the most groundbreaking inventions in that context was made by a chemist Fritz Haber in cooperation with Carl Bosch. “In 1905 Haber reached an objective long sought by chemists—that of fixing nitrogen from air. Atmospheric …

WATER – MEMORY – 2

WATER – MEMORY – 2

WATER - MEMORY - part 2
As Luc Montagnier in the second documentary states – the reason for the “scientific” establishment to deny the proven facts is sheer economics since the outcome does not promise profits and recurring clients, if applied medically it possibly would actually allow healing and not a constant revolving cycle of highly profitable chemo based drugs that only allow short term betterment. The confirmation that water is able to remember and store emotional and image related information is sheer incredible. In order to do it water does not change its chemical …

WATER – MEMORY – 1

WATER – MEMORY – 1

WATER - memory - part 1
The present discussions about climate “change”, lost arable land, lack of drinking water and vanishing biodiversity, diminishing wetlands, atmospheric rivers, polluted rivers and streams, contaminated oceans and “dust bowl” weather conditions, …. all share one common denominator – WATER or lack thereof. It is obvious that the indispensable substance making up 70% of our body is not just important to us alone. Our environment also needs the unique liquid as an essential building block, and the lack of it creates outcomes that are perceived as unfavorable for the environment and humans alike. To no surprise religions, cults and myths have centered …