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Who Says Plants Can't Move?
In order to stay alive, plants have learned to move and do so in remarkable fashion, for extraordinary purposes and with high, extra-sensory intelligence. "Plants," says Viennese biologist, Raoul France "move their bodies as freely, easily and gracefully as most skilled animal or human, and only reason we don' t appreciate fact is that plants do so at a much slower pace than humans. A climbing plant which needs a prop will creep toward nearest support. Should this support be shifted, vine, within a few hours, will change its course into a new direction." Plants will even grow towards a support that's hidden from view. France continues, "Plants are capable of intent: they can stretch toward, or seek out, what they want in ways as mysterious as most fantastic creations of romance." As Thomkins and Bird relate, "Some parasitical plants can recognize slightest trace of odor of their victim and will overcome all obstacles to crawl in its direction."
The Sophisticated Musical Tastes of Plants
Through their animated responses to classical and heavy rock music, plants further divulge their preferences. In studies of plants exposed to heavy rock music, plants not only grew away from music source, but some grew either abnormally tall and put out excessively small leaves or remained stunted. In some cases plants died. When classical music was played to plants, plants grew toward music source with healthy growth. The same plants, marigolds, who died when listening to rock music, flowered when listening to classical music. The authors report, "the rock-stimulated plants were using much more water than classically entertained vegetation, but apparently enjoying it less, since examination of roots revealed that soil root growth was sparse in rock group, whereas in classical group, root growth was thick, tangled and about four times as long."
In India, Dr. T. C. Singh, in his studies of music and plants, stated that he had "proven beyond any shadow of doubt that harmonic sound waves affect growth, flowering, fruiting and seed-yield of plants." Singh also reported that girls dancing India's most ancient dance style accelerated growth of daisies, marigolds and petunias. The dancing caused them to flower much earlier than control group of plants, presumably because of rhythm of footwork transmitted through earth.
Plant Devas Caught on Camera!
Kirlian photography is now able to verify existence of living, changing light radiating from plants. And many "seers" and scientists have seen light emanations and moving forms coming from plants. Hindu sages refer to devas. Clairvoyants and other sensitives are able to directly see and communicate with fairies, elves, gnomes, sylphs and other creatures which live in and among plants.
Tompkins and Bird conclude, "Evidence now supports vision that plants are living, breathing, communicating creatures, endowed with personality and attributes of soul."
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