Karin Heschl’s Story – Radioactivity

Graz
Austria

radioactivity

When the Chernobyl nuclear accident happened in 1986, I was a Homa Therapy volunteer and had a farm near Graz in Austria. Immediately after the accident the Austrian Government issued instructions 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 my milk and fodder samples. The inspectors said it was not possible to have normal radioactivity after Chernobyl. They asked, ‘Is there anything special that you are doing on your farm?’ Continue reading “Karin Heschl’s Story – Radioactivity”

Enzo Desto’s Story

Homa Farm: Hotel Cantayo
Nazca, Peru
South America

horticulture
medicinal herbs
cattle

The Cantayo farm has a wide variety of organic fruits, medicinal herbs and plants, also animals and much more – you have to visit and experience this unique atmosphere and you will be carried away by its beauty.

Enzo Desto:
“I truly need to say that we had a good fruit production this year in spite of the climatic changes. The effect of Homa Therapy is visible everywhere. I see that everything is growing and well. For me, this is excellent and miraculous. And we will continue with Agnihotra and as much Om Tryambakam Homa as possible.”

Dora Betancour’s Story

Armenia, Quindio
Colombia, South America

“10 years ago I had a farm which was infested with coffee berry borer, an insect that attacks the coffee seed. I bought the farm hoping to live there and grow food in a self-sustaining manner, but I had very little hope.”

“So before building a house, I had a Homa Resonance Point installed with the Agnihotra and the Tryambakam huts and the resonance columns. Every day, I and the employees did Agnihotra and Tryambakam, sometimes up to 6 hours and 24 hours on a full moon and new moon.”

“The coffee began to change the foliage, the color and became shinier. The stems that had been sick began to have healthy sprouts. And the fruits of the coffee were no more infected with the berry borer. And although the coffee grew on a small piece of land, we had abundance.”

“People began to ask what was happening here, because even the farm next door started to improve and recover from the berry borer.”

(photo shows Mrs. Dora and Mr. Roberto under an annatto tree)

“A committee from the National Federation of Coffee Growers (Federacion Nacional de Cafeteros) came to see the farm and did a quality test of our coffee and asked me for how much I would sell it, because it was of very high quality. They bought my coffee about 6 times.”

“I also had avocado, banana, cabbage, carrots, lettuce, beets, and about 103 varieties of aromatic herbs with a place to dry them and it was beautiful. They never had any fungus. Everything grew with impressive ease. The wildlife was beautiful. The trees were visited by some birds, usually not seen in this region. We also saw animals like the sloth, hanging at the top of the tree. He visited us for 3 months and then suddenly disappeared and later we found him further down in the bamboo field. Those are things that do not happen usually on the farms and people in the region said that something special was going on here.”

“Purposely I did not use any synthetic agrochemicals. All irrigations were done with Agnihotra and Tryambakam ash. I put the ashes in large water tanks with a Yantram and the water was irrigated with sprinklers.”

“Later, after I sold the farm, I moved to a house that had a dry avocado tree in the courtyard. The first thing I did was lop all the dry thatch. It had no leaves, just branches, straw dry branches. Then I began to bathe the tree with Agnihotra ash water and took off lots of the parasitic moss which was eating up the tree. But this was done with the intention of planting a vine called “poet’s eye,” to make this corner of the house flourish. Then suddenly new avocado leaves started sprouting and today we have avocados from this tree. Although it is a very old tree it gives us avocados. I did not think it would recover.”

Gopal Mehta’s Story

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
India

apples
peaches

Gopal Mehta, a leading apple and stone-fruit orchardist, started experimenting with the environment-friendly mode of farming in the late 1990s in view of the rising cost of inputs and poor returns. Mehta, who is also the chairman of the Himachal Organic Farmers’ Association, maintains that the continuous use of chemical fertilisers and chemical sprays is doing more harm than good to the orchards of Himachal Pradesh.

The Mehta orchard is located near Shimla and the family have being practicing Homa Farming for 4 years. In this area, in the Himalayan Mountains, mainly apples, peaches and for some years also mangoes are being cultivated. The Mehta family has fruit trees: mangoes, apples, plums, peaches, lychees, cherries, etc. and also various kinds of vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, beans, peas, tomatoes, eggplants, chilies, herbs, etc.

Here are some of the results they have observed with Homa farming:

  • All the fruits and vegetables have a better quality and exceptional taste.
  • The peaches have an extraordinary size and a foreign buyer recently remarked that he had never eaten such good peaches anywhere before.
  • Since the diseases and pests are controlled by Homa farming techniques, their harvest has increased compared to their neighbors’.
  • It was very remarkable that in a year where there were hardly any apples growing in the whole area, the Mehta family received almost the same amount of harvest as usual.
  • The mango trees of the neighbours suffered from some freezing cold nights while his mango trees did not show any damages.
  • People say that on their farm they are practicing ‘Homa magic’.

Engineer Gilberto Navarro’s Story

Guayaquil, Ecuador
South America

tomatoes

Engineer Gilberto Navarro is Director of the Center of Organic Agriculture of the Government of the Province of Guayas, Ecuador.

“We decided to combine the technology of organic agriculture with the technology of Homa Farming when Maria de Belen Cajas, a University student, came for internship. She supplied the Agnihotra ash. She and her parents, the architects Alejandro and Estefania Cajas have been practising Agnihotra for many years.”

“It is very difficult to grow tomatoes in Ecuador in winter. There are really many problems like: phytophthora, fusarium wilt and plagues like the Black Leaf Mould. It is difficult to work with this solanacea in the rainy months.”

“However, we treated two tomato varieties, one that is small and juicy, and another variety for salad. We were really amazed at the results after two months of treatment with the Agnihotra ash solution! We saw how the tomato plants kept their green color and developed wonderfully. The tomatoes didn’t present any attacks of plagues like the phytophthora, which usually shows up at that time. They stayed free of viruses.”

“Let us remember that organic cultivation is more susceptible to plagues and diseases. But that doesn’t occur with Homa Technology, which also expands the time of productivity; so it seems that more life was given to the cultivation. These plants have not received any water in 10 days and you don’t see a single fruit that has problem of bacterial stains, phytophthora, spoilage or fungi. You can check each plant and each tomato. And you should taste these tomatoes. They are wonderful!”