Electroculture is a simple method of applying atmospheric (free) electricity to significantly increase plant growth. Using basic materials like copper wire (and/or magnets) to vitalize the soil and increase yields by 100% - 300%. It also eliminates the need for fertilizer and pesticides, explained that “it is not electricity as we know it, but a breath of energy... which stimulates and increases the fertility of the soil.”
Chemical fertilizers and weed killers such as Monsanto’s glyphosate have been legally proven to be lethally harmful to both nature and to human beings.
Since the beginnings of electricity in the 1780s, experiments have been made to use electro-magnetic energy to increase the crop yield of fruits and vegetables.
Why isn't this
Great question! In 1920 researcher Justin Christofleau filed the first patent regarding Electroculture. For the next twenty years, the Frenchman was persecuted for his inventions by lobbyists from the "agrochemical" industry who even lobbied to have the word electroculture deleted from encyclopedias...
In spite of this, his system was adopted by farmers all over, in Australia, Africa, and even China. Next stop, America.
PEAS 7-9 FEET TALL
GROWN JUNE 1926
Another method of Electroculture involves copper pyramids placed over the soil. In addition, Magnets help to speed up the germination process and can be connected to galvanized wire to create underground magnetic antennas (running South to North).
in 2023 (DIY)
Modern methods of Electroculture are even more simple than the original designs from the 1920’s. One common method of modern Electroculture is the “spiral antenna", a simple copper wire that is planted into the soil. This copper wire acts like an antenna to collect atmospheric energy and direct it down into the soil. This method is accomplished with low-cost materials such as copper wire that is available at your local hardware or craft store.
What are all
the benefits of Electroculture?
There are many benefits to Electroculture and all of them were being openly advertised over 70 years ago. All these benefits are found with even the most simple modern methods utilizing copper wire antennas today.
This page was taken directly from Justin Christofleau’s book titled “Electroculture” published in 1925.