Restoring Plant GMO’s to Normal Genes

GMO DISEASE and a Possible Cure?

Genetically engineered (GE) crops are the cancer of the plant world. Genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) spread irregularly, by wind, insects, and other pollinating agents, infecting stands of healthy, non-modified crops.

GE crops are less productive and more costly. Their long term health hazards are unknown. They have been engineered by companies or by scientists who refuse to care about the consequences, except for predatory profits. Cancer is characterized by irregular growth of cells that spreads in unpredictable ways. It is often stimulated by environmental toxins or failure to consider the consequences of known risks. Unlike human body cancers, there is no research to cure GMO disease. However, if the cause can be seen as unregulated human minds, there are cures for that.

Many nations have banned the farming or importation of GE crops. They recognize that the biodiversity of our planetary food supply is at risk. And perhaps their farmers have already suffered the loss of livelihood from GMO crops.

Glyphosate and Roundup

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup, engineered by Monsanto. Roundup is a weed killer, that destroys enzymes necessary for metabolic pathways in the plants. It is also implicated in harming the microbiome of our gut, possibly contributing to multiple diseases.

In 2018, a California court decided Roundup was liable for cancer. A UN agency also reported it to be a “probable carcinogen”. Even supposedly inert ingredients in Roundup contribute to the toxicity. This harm is passed on to anyone who eats it.

It is present throughout the food supply in the US, at this time, even appearing in wines and beers! To avoid the toxicity, purchase only organic produce and foods. Alternatively, meticulous washing and handling of inorganic produce can remove most of the residue.

In order for crops to not be destroyed by Roundup, Monsanto has created GMO crops that resist this toxicity.

Monsanto Roundup-resistant crops are engineered to be non-viable, requiring farmers to purchase new seed from Monsanto annually. This has destroyed the livelihoods of poor farmers around the world, who used to save seed from their own crops to plant subsequent ones. A high suicide rate of Indian farmers follows the pattern of their unsustainable GMO crops.

In addition, GMO pollen becomes a malignant blight. These incursions on the self-sufficiency of farmers has not gone unnoticed. The international opposition has been so fierce that Monsanto has closed down plans to produce GE wheat.

GMO’s do not only affect crops. Research at the University of Hawaii is directed towards native plant species for pharmaceutical purposes. They threaten to contaminate the gene pool of Hawaii’s uniquely adapted ecological niche, something that has already happened to staple heirloom corn varieties in Central America. When we consider all the fragile eco-systems that are at risk of introduction of GMO’s, we cannot calculate our losses. What can be done to cure a disease that has already spread so widely?

GMO’s, a cure?

I am grateful for the successful efforts by activists and nations to stop the spread of GE crops. However, what our Earth is facing now demands a solution beyond politics.

Human minds hold the seeds for our destruction. And regulation of our minds may hold the seeds for our salvation. Physics of consciousness is not just a curiosity. And the science of how our minds can change our physical world and change even genetic diseases is only just starting to be explored.

Many of you have already engaged in mindfulness meditation. Many of you recognize how you can calm your emotions, organize your thoughts, increase equanimity, and develop more love and compassion. Some of you have found that your focused intention can at least transform, and sometimes even completely heal your own body.

Let’s see what we can do for GMO disease.

Rosi, Devas, and decontaminating corn

Around 2004, I was growing a stand of corn at an elder facility, Oatfield Estates, in Milwaukie, Oregon. Even though the corn was from organic seed, I was aware that it was not isolated enough to be protected from GMO pollen contamination. It was at the tassel stage. I felt deep compassion and love for my frail elderly mothers and fathers. I intended that they not be harmed by this innocent-appearing corn.

I had an inspiration, and asked the devas of corn, deva of that particular corn variety, and the devas of GMO’s to please replace any genetically modified genes with regular corn genes. A friend who had taken my Deva Communion workshop was with me. We both saw the field of corn glow with light!

GMO test cure challenge

This is only my experience. To have scientific credibility, others need to experience this. So, I am offering this to any organic, biodynamic or permaculture farmers: to teach you how to do this for no charge. You will learn to attune to your plants, communicate with the Devas of nature and co-creatively remove any GMO’s from your crop. The crop must be in an optimum growing stage so it can regenerate its natural genes. Please contact me for other details and guidelines.

Update on restoring crops contaminated by GMO’s

This article was originally written in 2005. I put the word out among my friends and contacts. Some Hawaiian farmers responded to my offer. They already knew about Devas, so it was not difficult for them to learn. And I didn’t need to fly there!

At that time, organic Hawaiian papaya farmers were threatened with losing their organic certification, because they could not control the GMO pollen that contaminated their trees. It was a huge investment of time, and they would not know if the seeds were contaminated by GMO’s, until the trees were grown.

I taught them the principles and they were able to apply it immediately. They were successful, and apparently they taught their friends as well. Because the entire Hawaiian papaya industry has saved its organic certification.

If they can do it, you can too! Feel free to contact me for details.

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