On September 22nd, 2019, a gathering was held in honor of the autumnal equinox at Lorenzhof in Lebenitzen, Austria. Since 2016, Lorenzhof has become an intentional community in which people can develop and feel at home with the lowest possible costs and shared commitment. They focus on arts and crafts and agriculture to provide an independent life for the people living on site. The center also serves as a place of education for young and elderly, focusing on personal progress.
I gave an introduction to Agnihotra and its benefits. Mainly I spoke about how we can protect ourselves from radioactivity and mobile (cell phone) radiation. Clearly, this is a serious concern. In mid-October, thousands in Switzerland protested exposure to 5G Wireless radiation.
After Chernobyl, scientists from Eastern Europe conducted experiments on the effect of Agnihotra and Agnihotra Ash on radioactivity. The leading physicist of that group, Miro Haber, stated the following as a résumé of this research:
“In physiological terms the body constantly exchanges all its elements (not cells). There are only some exceptions, like the lenses of the eyes and some parts of the nervous system. The mechanism of this exchange of elements in the body is not exactly known. For this exchange the body constantly needs elements like calcium, copper, iron etc. As long as these elements are not radioactive the body functions normally. Our body can deal well with the natural radioactivity which has been existing since millions of years on this planet.
“However, since the Chernobyl accident we are dealing with a much increased man-made radioactivity. Many radioactive elements like Caesium, Iodine, Ferric etc. have fallen onto this earth. The half-life period of these isotopes is rather high for some of them. They went from the air into the earth, from there into our food – salads, vegetables, fruits. Through our food we absorb radioactive elements. This is because our body cannot distinguish whether an element is radioactive or not, and thus it absorbs the element without selection. Once a radioactive element is stored in the body it radiates all the time (like a lighthouse) and destroys the cells in its surroundings. The body reacts with an infection (with luck the radioactive element is thereby thrown out of the body) or it reacts with a tumor, with cancer.
“How can we avoid the absorption of radioactive elements into our body? The answer is simple – we have to give the body each element in a natural (non-radioactive) form. Once the body is saturated with these elements, any radioactive versions of these elements thereafter are not absorbed by the body any longer. It very quickly gets rid of them. The newly absorbed non-radioactive elements will by and by replace the radioactive substances which we had absorbed in earlier time and which our body had stored.
“Now where do we get these non-radioactive elements from in order to protect our body? The experiment that was conducted some time ago has shown that the Agnihotra ash (which at the time was produced by about 40 participants according to special directions of Mister Haber) was not radioactive, even though the ingredients were radioactive.
“How this mechanism of changing radioactive elements into non-radioactive elements works we do not yet understand. It cannot be explained, either by modern chemistry or by physics. But the result has been tested several times, always with the same outcome: The Agnihotra ash just had natural radioactivity.
“Also the Agnihotra ash contains all the 92 natural chemical elements. In this way the body’s total requirement can be covered.
“Therefore, it is suggested to everybody to eat say a teaspoon of Agnihotra ash before every meal. Most important is in the morning. An easier way would be to make tablets from the ash which can easily be taken (as people are used to taking tablets).“
(For more information on Agnihotra and radioactivity , see http://www.agnihotra.org/2018/02/16/scientific-aspects-of-agnihotra-agnihotra-and-radioactivity-2/ –Ed.)
Outside at sunset, fifty-six Agnihotra fires were performed, with over one hundred people in attendance.
The participants ranged from three weeks to seventy years of age.
Thanks to the Lorenzhof community for co-hosting this event.