Lucas Maya's Story

Armenia, Colombia
South America

dead tree revived

I am a farmer and practice HOMA Therapy since 1998 when I met Prof. Abel Hernandez. We had a wonderful experience on my farm where a Homa Resonance Point was installed. There was a completely dry tangerine tree that I used to shake in order to collect dry branches for firewood. But Prof. Abel said 'Lucas, do Agnihotra under the tree, because it might revive.'

Our Homa Experience in Our Small Garden

Here everything is in good progress. We are sending you some pictures of the vegetables from our little HOMA ORGANIC GARDEN in Amalner city, Maharashtra which is in the dry land region of Central India where temperatures reach up to 48 degrees in summer.

We planted vegetables like lady finger, two different types of gourd, beans, lemons, etc. We do daily sunrise & sunset Agnihotra & regularly some Om Trambakam Homa.

We are also giving the Agnihotra ash & Homa ash regularly to the plants and we are getting beautiful results. The food quality & quantity is really surprising. In the picture you can see the vegetables. We harvest every 2 to 3 days and even though the plot is small, we get enough for our family of 4 and other people who know about our organic Homa garden come to buy our vegies because of their taste and quality. We are sending much love to everyone.

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.

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.

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."

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."

Americo Perez' Story

Tocache
Region: San Martín
Peru
South America

pedigree bull

A letter from cattle farmer, Americo Perez, to Engineer Sara Carrion Vega, the Director Of The Agrarian Agency - Tocache.

Edgar Arevalo Patow's Story

Homa Farm: Three Sisters
Aucayacu, Huanuco Region, Peru
South America

After six months application of Homa Therapy – TOTAL REJUVENATION!

"Before starting to work with Homa Therapy, my situation, similar to the one of any peasant from the High Huallaga region, was of total despair and one which people do not understand: I thought I no longer had any resource to heal my crops, since I tried all chemical substances that the Government agency supplied to me. Nothing worked. Plagues and diseases continued, and the yield of the crops continued to diminish each time more and more."

Sanjay Patil's Story

Homa Farm: Tapovan
Parola, District: Jalgaon
Maharashtra, India

sodic soil

  • In Tapovan when we first started Homa Farming the soil was seriously deficient in all the major and minor nutrients.
  • There was high salinity.
  • Topsoil layer reduced to less than 5 cm (2 inches) in parts.

Parvati & Jarek Bizberg's Story

Homa Farm: Bhrugu Aranya
Wysoka, Poland

acidic soil

"In our concentric circle garden we grow vegetables and herbs. When we came here, of course it was just a field which had not been gardened. This is not a farming area. The soil is very bad, acidic. We kept working the soil and things were growing beautifully. And then we felt we should have the soil tested. So we tested it and it was tested very acidic (pH = 4.4) and the people in the department where we had it tested said to us, 'We are sorry to let you know that nothing will grow here.' But as you can see from the pictures, everything is growing here."

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