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#156 EM quantum energy effect occurring in Okinawa

#156 EM quantum energy effect occurring in Okinawa
The third wave of the novel Coronavirus pandemic is here. Needless to say, the measures that individuals can take include maintaining an EM lifestyle to enhance immunity, and being careful to implement barrier technology to increase the quantum energy of the living environment. The fact that EM has such power is also mentioned in peer-reviewed articles in academic journals.

As I have repeatedly stated, in mid-November 2013, the EM gravitational barrier (gravitational wave) was completed in the entire former Ryukyu cultural area, centering on the main island of Okinawa.

The rejuvenating results have been remarkable, such as a significant decrease in PM2.5 pollution, reduction of various electromagnetic interference, reduction of typhoon damage, and an increase in agricultural production. In 2019, the number of tourists coming to Okinawa  overtook the number coming to Hawaii, which was seen before as an impossible goal.

Behind this is the increasing number of people who love Okinawa, the number of Okinawa otaku  (devoted fans) who make repeated visits. Just staying in Okinawa has a healing effect, making people feel more energetic and motivated. Many are coming to Okinawa when they get tired, and now that IT technology allows people to work remotely from anywhere, the idea of “Let's move to Okinawa” has become even more popular. 

Regardless of the coronavirus pandemic, land prices in Japan have risen only in Okinawa, the number of new condominiums has increased, and the expansion of large hotels financed by domestic and foreign capital is accelerating. The number of fervent Okinawa fans is increasing, and they praise the air in Okinawa as smelling so sweet and say everything they eat and drink there makes them feel rejuvenated.

An O-ring test of beverages from vending machines in Okinawa has indeed shown that most of them are good for your health. On the other hand, the same O-ring test of beverages from vending machines in mainland in Japan has shown that most of them are not beneficial for your health. 

Some people still deny that the O-ring test is scientific, but there are various academic societies and research groups studying the O-ring test, and it is extremely reproducible and an indispensable technology for checking quantum energy. 

Needless to say, quantum exists before it becomes matter, and Higa Theory (hypothesis) defines quantum as a state of being that can be transformed into anything. The smallest unit of light that organizes this quantum world and makes it function is a photon, which has a coherent (quantum stacking effect) function. EM has the power to strengthen those photons.

The various applications are what the film “SOSEI II-REVIVAL” is about, a film I have introduced many times. This is because the effects have spread throughout Okinawa, and continue to be cumulative year by year.

First of all, please read the following newspaper article about the attractiveness of Okinawa. Before 2013, Okinawa was ranked 10th or lower in the survey, but has moved up in ranking every year, and has finally overtaken Tokyo.
Okinawa Times 
Thursday, October 15, 2020 (Reiwa 2)

Okinawa rises to 3rd place in the 2020 prefectural attractiveness survey.
Ibaraki no longer ranked at very bottom.  
Hokkaido tops list for 12th time. 
Naha City ranked 14th, Okinawa City 23rd, Miyakojima City 24th



The private research company, Brand Research Institute, Inc. in Tokyo announced on the 14th that Hokkaido was ranked first in the 2020 Prefecture Attractiveness Ranking survey by prefecture, a place it has held for 12 consecutive years. Kyoto Prefecture was second, followed by Okinawa Prefecture. Ibaraki Prefecture, which was the lowest for seven consecutive years, ranked 42nd and escaped being at the very bottom for the first time in eight years.

2020 Municipality Ranking

Among cities, Naha City was ranked 14th, Okinawa City was ranked 23rd, Miyakojima City was ranked 24th, and three other cities in Okinawa Prefecture were ranked in the top 50 in the overall attractiveness ranking of municipalities.

In 2018, Ibaraki Prefecture assembled a promotion team to disseminate more information about the prefecture, posting videos on YouTube aimed at a younger audience to promote prefectural products and tourism. Ms. Atsuko Tanikoshi, the current team leader, said, “I was worried because the ranking has a great impact, and I’m happy to know that the prefecture’s recognition level has increased.”

Governor Kazuhiko Oigawa noted, “I’m glad that the ranking went up, but the attractiveness of Ibaraki could be higher.” On the other hand, Governor Tomikazu Fukuda of Tochigi Prefecture, which was at the bottom, noted that, “I want to do what we can to prevent the same result next year,” and wondered if the survey was “an appropriate index to measure the attractiveness of Tochigi Prefecture.”

The survey was conducted on the internet from June to July. We asked a total of 84 items such as  how aware one was of the prefectures, and how willing one was to live there, and received valid responses from 31,734 men and women in ages ranging from the 20s to the 70s. In the ranking by city, ward, and village, Kyoto was ranked first, and Hakodate and Sapporo were ranked second.

Since 2009, the rankings by prefecture have been announced, and Ibaraki Prefecture was ranked lowest very year except for 2012, when it placed 46th.


Attractiveness ranking    * (    ) indicates last year’s ranking
Prefectures Municipality
1(1) Hokkaido 1(3) Kyoto City
2(2) Kyoto 2(1) Hakodate City
3(4) Okinawa 2(2) Sapporo City
4(3) Tokyo 4(6) Yokohama City
5(5) Kanagawa 5(4) Otaru City
6(6) Osaka 6(5) Kobe City
7(7) Nara 7(7) Kamakura City
8(10) Nagano 8(8) Kanazawa City
9(8) Fukuoka 9(9) Furano City
10(9) Ishikawa 10(10) Sendai City


“Okinawa rises to 3rd place in the 2020 prefectural attractiveness ranking,
October 15, 2020”  Provided by the Okinawa Times


 

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Below are the plants that appeared in the news in the local newspaper.

“Wow, now that’s unusual!”  Pumpkin grew on Goya (bitter melon) seedling, on grafts
https://www.okinawatimes.co.jp/articles/-/592281

Pumpkins are growing from grafted Goya plants at the home of Mr. Eiko Tamaki (71) in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture. When Mr. Tamaki showed it to his friends and acquaintances, no one had ever seen this before, and he said, “Wow, now that’s unusual!” adding, with a smile, “I’m looking forward to the pumpkins getting bigger.”

Grafting is a method of joining similar types of plants and growing them as a single plant. When he started growing the purchased Goya seedlings from April 19th, only one seedling had pumpkin flowers and then bore fruit. In each case, the Goya is also big and fruitful.

At his home, there is still a well that the family used as domestic water from after the end of the war, and the plants in the vegetable garden are sprinkled with well water. Mr. Tamaki believes that, “Natural water may be good for their growth.”


A master of vegetable growing is akisamiyona! (totally amazed). A luffa 120cm long, in carefully prepared soil with no weeds

July 27, 2020 




A master of vegetable growing is akisamiyona! (totally amazed). A luffa 120cm long, in carefully prepared soil with no weeds
https://www.okinawatimes.co.jp/articles/-/606661

The luffa (Nabera) raised in his own field in Yomitan Village by Mr. Shizuo Nagahama (72) in Ojana, Ginowan City, have grown to about 120cm in length. “I heard that the Okinawan species grow quite big” Mr. Nagahama said, “but this is totally akisamyona! And I think that it will grow even bigger.” 

After retiring from working at city hall, Mr. Nagahama has been working in his home garden as a hobby as well as running a farm in his field in Yomitan Village. In between, he also attends Peare Paradise Koju University in Okinawa City, where a classmate told him, “Mr. Nagahama, you are a master of bitter melon and seasonal vegetable growing. Luffa grow well, so how about planting some?” and he gave Mr. Nagahama three luffa seedlings.

He planted them in late April and almost every day he went to his field in Yomitan Village, 30 to 40 minutes away from his home, to water the plants. He mixed chicken and cow manure with the soil, and has diligently created rich soil, making sure there are no weeds. According to him, about 18 luffas were hanging from a shelf about two meters long. He is also looking forward to growing seasonal vegetables such as cucumbers, okra and watermelons and distributing them to his friends and other people he knows.

Luffas are best eaten when around 80 cm long.  He gave his friend a 120 cm long one, but the friend said it was full of fiber and he couldn’t eat it, but he did enjoy soup made with it. “Eating them is great,” Mr. Nagahama said with a smile, “but they’re also enjoyable just to look at and appreciate.” (Reporter: Yoshikatsu Onaga)

(Explanation of the drawing) Mr. Shizuo Nagahama, who measures the greatly grown luffas. 20th (Provided)

 

 

Sanjaku bananas (Dwarf cavendish bananas) at Sunshine Farm 
Sanjaku bananas (Dwarf cavendish bananas) at Sunshine Farm 



(December 25, 2020)
Courtesy of Ecopure

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