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Matrix 44 - Ended Drought

Matrix Harmonizer Ended Drought in Northern California

This is a report from one of our customers in Northern California who claims that the Matrix 44 Harmonizer ended drought in their area.

April 11 at 1:29pm

I think my county (Humboldt in northern Calif.) is about the only area in CA that has received semi-normal amounts of rain this past fall/winter/spring. Its extremely lush and green everywhere, with creeks and rivers flowing clear and full. (There is a SEVERE 3-year drought in the rest of the state). Last September we were deep in the dog days of summer, everywhere was arid and dry, numerous fires were raging inland. I ordered my first Matrix Harmonizer on 9/11/14. The rain started about 1 1/2 days after I first activated the Matrix harmonizer. Its rained every week since then!!!!!! Its raining right now! Its been activated non-stop ever since (with a sound repeater), with a weekly pause to clear it. There must be other people in CA that have Agricultural Harmonizers, Matrix Harmonizers, or Cosmic Washtubs…does anyone else in CA have their larger harmonizers activated? Z.B.


From Sola: Saturday Oct 7, 2000 on Agricultural Harmonizer

Monte Vista – “This year’s Valley potato production may be the largest ever, exceeding the 29, 175,,000 hundred weight grown in 1996.”
That’s what the Colorado Potato Administrative Committee said on Thursday. For September, total shipments were 2,360 loads (480 cwt. per load), “the most ever for the month,” said committee Executive Director Wayne Thompson. He predicted Valley storage facilities will be full this fall. Read more

Watering my yard, using a Light Life Ring

Frederick Fischl, WA

I would like to relate my experience of watering my yard, using a Light Life Ring on the faucet.

This summer I have used no fertilizers or other soil amendments. I live in a suburban neighborhood and have a deck off the second level, which enables me to view several of the neighbor lawns. Mine is by far the richest, darkest green and most beautiful. Strawberries were planted by the previous owner and they yielded a most delicious crop, despite the fact that while I was away the first two weeks in July, they were barely watered and almost died out. Read more

The Slim Spurling Project: Preservation and Restoration in the Gulf of Mexico after the BP Oil Spill (2010) Using the Light-Life® Tools

The 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill is recognized as the worst oil spill in U.S. history. Within days of the April 20, 2010 explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico that killed 11 people, remote underwater cameras revealed the BP pipe was leaking oil and gas onto the ocean floor about 42 miles off the coast of Louisiana. Read more