Explore the Moon 2021

Considera wants to assist in the research of 'planting by the stars'. Please limit your input to this discipline in this forum.
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Invitation to explore the Moon

For years Considera proposed dates for planting experiments. Dates were chosen to offer the greatest crop differences according to current theory – which is ultimately what we are investigating. Planning this entailed looking in charts for upcoming solar or lunar eclipses. Other planting/sowing days were suggested as close as possible to the eclipse, and in some years these were specified for root leaf flower and fruit crops when the moon is in front of equivalent signs as per the Thun hypothesis. A slightly adapted example of this can be seen at the beginning of https://youtu.be/S62oIYaor94

There used to be a poster wondering, “What if they gave a war and no one came!”. That’s what happened to this initiative. (Well, one school and one apprentice did join in for which many thanks.) It is also said that to keep doing something expecting a different result is lunacy. Well ….. this is an invitation to a similar experiment in 2021? Please come!

Nasa expects an eclipse on June 10th 2021 - https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEdecade/SEdecade2021.html - and if they do, so might we. Between coffee and lunch in the UK, ideal! Please sow/plant your chosen crop(s) at this time and on other days which your favourite calendar suggests is favourable – ideally around the same hour. There’s a full protocol for this - https://www.considera.org/pbtsexpr.php - but essentially we want everything else to be as similar as is feasible so that the defining difference is in the heavens. That means same location, same seeds, same soil, same fertility, same irrigation and so forth. Label things carefully (oh I mean that!) and then let’s share what you notice. It could be yield, it could be a pest, it might be taste, and it may be that there is no discernible difference. All real results are good results. When we share results we may find something we won’t find alone.

For more see https://www.considera.org/2021planting.php
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