One Corn to rule them all
Oct 25, 2018
This is a picture of corn being grown by Chapingo University in Mexico.
Note that it has six ears of corn per stalk, which is about average in this year’s crop. Corn today normally produces 1 or 2 ears of corn per stalk. However, by examining the DNA through a powerful microscope, one can see that corn has the potential of producing 12 ears of corn per stalk. Using new frequency technology, Chapingo University is now able to produce at least six ears per stalk.
No doubt this will improve over time. It’s really just a matter of giving the plants sufficient energy to produce at this level.
Chapingo University’s goal is to become the breadbasket of the world. This year’s crop produced 20 tons of corn per hectare. Normal crops produce about 2½ tons per hectare. It is also highly nutritious, and the sugar content is more than double what is “normal.”
This corn is not a GMO variety from Monsanto, although Monsanto has been trying very hard to gain control of the university’s farm program. I pray that they will fail so that God’s real corn can feed the world without being controlled by Mystery Babylon.
The University got this technology from Dr. Tim Atkinson, who brought this picture to me when he visited my office today. Whenever he is in town, we have lunch together and talk for as long as we can. (He spoke at one of our conferences a few years ago.)
On another note, Dr. Tim’s team in Mexico, using his frequency methods, just recorded their 100,000th healing. This is getting to be very well known throughout Mexico. There are some really exciting things going on in Mexico in the past 10-15 years. It is my prayer that we will be able (financially) to do more in the coming years. We have the potential of having a serious impact upon the Mexican economy and to provide good food and jobs for the common people.
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