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Sep 15, 2017

Why we use Shungite

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Edited: Sep 20, 2017

 

What is Shungite? & Why use it on our beehives?​

Everything on Earth has a specific vibrational frequency. All humans, animals, plants & insects have a certain vibration field which has to be maintained at specific levels to remain healthy. Our frequency means the way in which molecules or atoms of all matter “spin” around one another, as can be seen under a high-powered microscope.

NASA has been using frequency generators for decades to protect astronauts while they're away from the Earth's natural frequency source.  Astronauts physical condition deteriorated while in outer space, away from the Schumann Resonance (the Earth’s frequency) and while being in the presence of the strong magnetic fields of the space shuttles. This problem was solved by introducing the "Schumann Simulator" into all space shuttles, a magnetic pulse generator broadcasting the Earth's natural frequency.

Unfortunatly today's technologies, such as computer monitors, laptops, tv's, radios, microwave ovens, Wi-Fi routers, smart meters & cell-phones all use electromagnetic waves in order to function.

These frequencies are extremely harmful to our natural vibrations as well as the bees vibrations. When the bees vibration field or frequency is disharmonious, their meridian clocks are disturbed, immunity is compromised, natural recovery and rejuvenation abilities are reduced & overall wellness can drop.  This in turn makes the bees more susceptible to diseases & pests.

This is where Shungite comes in...

Shungite is a natural mineral made of 98% carbon. It's found in Karelia, Russia near a small settlement called Shunga.  It's atoms form fullerenes which are made of 60 carbon atoms, resembling a soccer ball at the molecular scale. Shungite has been shown to attenuate toxins and radiation in it's environment by reversing the electromagnetic fields to a biocompatible rotation. Once relieved of these harmful burdens, bees can once again function at their natural peak efficiency. The carbon 60 atom (Shungite) is negatively charged and has the ability to "lend" an electron to a positively charged radiation or free-radical particle, thus neutralizing their harmful effects.

In 1991, Science magazine named fullerenes “molecule of the year,” calling them “the discovery most likely to shape the course of scientific research in the years ahead.”

Shungite has been used in medical treatment since the early 18th century. Peter the Great set up Russia's first spa in Karelia to make use of the water purifying properties of shungite, which he had himself experienced. He also instigated its use in providing purified water for the Russian army. The antibacterial properties of shungite have been confirmed by modern testing.

Russian doctors & scientist are having great success treating patients before and after surgery within rooms built from Shungite, for a variety of disorders & ailments.  These Shungite rooms greatly speed the recovery and rehabilitation time patients experience.​  Russian & Ukrainian research has also shows that fullerene-rich Shungite attenuates numerous forms of negative energy.  We're using Shungite in similar ways to enhance the health & overall well being of our bees.

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Our efforts to save the bees is in collaboration with Cosmic Reality Shungite.

 

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