Plants make up 99.5% of the earth’s biomass. In 1906, Charles Darwin’s son Francis declared that plants are intelligent beings. Twenty years ago, the oncologist Suzanne Simard discovered that trees are capable of expressing their needs, that is to say that they “talk” to one another. At the University of British Columbia, Simard is currently researching how fungus helps transfer information between trees, such as environmental changes, searching for relatives and the transport of nutrients to neighboring plants. According to Jack C. Schultz, plants are “very slow animals”. Schultz, professor of Botany at University of Missouri, has shown with his research that - contrary to popular belief - plants are highly developed living creatures. Plants are constantly fighting for territory, looking for nutrients, avoiding predators and setting up traps. Plants, like animals, have their own behavior patterns.
The first signs of life on earth began with photosynthesis. Plants synthesize materials from light. They are able to produce everything they need from photons. They transform light, as vibration, into living material. Thus, life appeared on earth. Plants can perform all of their functions without organs. Every part of the plant can do everything. They can breathe without lungs, stand without bones, make decisions without a brain. If more than 95% of the plant dies or is destroyed, it can regenerate itself from the remaining part. Plants are not individuals. A tree is more similar to a colony of ants or bees than it is to a single animal, because the intelligence of plants has developed like animals living in a colony. Their collective intelligence is more advanced than that of the individual.
The oxygen necessary for humans and animals to live is released by plants. Animals and humans obtain their energy from plants in the form of food or fossil energy. Plants transform solar energy into chemical material, a process which humans and animals are incapable of performing. Plants produce high energy molecules (for example sugar) from the carbon in carbon dioxide, which can be processed by people and animals.
Man has five sense organs, of which four are found on the head. Plants also possess the five senses, but they sense in a different way. Every part of the plant sees and hears. Their hearing process works similarly to animals without ears, like sound waves passing through the bones of a snake or fish. Plants can see everything, and they can tell the difference between an insect, a dog and a person. In addition of the five senses, plants have fifteen more senses. They can feel gravitational and electromagnetic fields. They can also sense if a person standing nearby is speaking or behaving honestly or not. They are able to feel and notice more from the environment than we humans can.
A few interesting facts:
- Plants can move and sense.
- Trees can also sleep, and let down their branches at this time.
- Some trees even hibernate.
- If a piece of a plant is cut off, it grows back.
- They are capable of surviving habitat devastation.
The life of plants is not dependent on humans or animals, but on the contrary, humans and animals need plants to survive. We depend on plants to the same degree that a baby depends on its mother. Plants are constantly communicating with people. They sense and understand us. We can feel peace in the presence of plants. Ancient peoples revered plants as sacred beings, however modern man does everything he can to destroy the forests. People use genetic modification and chemicals, and the result is the destruction of these delicate creatures. Using chemicals causes plants to go deaf and mute, consequently the communication between them ceases. The information contained in the Matrix Drops is able to reprogram the plants so that they can function properly again and fulfill their mission - serving man.
Plants must bear an incredible burden due to air and soil pollution. In the last 50 years plants have been subjected to more damage than in the past 50,000 years. Today’s fruits and vegetables have lost their original taste. The tastes themselves are information and vibration, so where have they gone? The reason is that the trace minerals and vitamins have formed insoluble bonds in the soil due to the use of synthetic fertilizers.