As climate change ravishes the land across the globe, farmers are having a hard time growing produce, raising livestock, and providing food for the public at large.  Although many have resorted to eating genetically modified foods, these seeds are now subject to destruction as the soil is changing.  To ensure everyone can grow food for their families, many are turning to Hydroponic gardening. 

At one of our emergency COVID-19 meetings, Tamara, a Golden Race member, and Mystery School initiate, asked if we offered a course in Hydroponics.  At that time, we only had an organic gardening course entitled, “Growing Food for the Gods.” 

I asked her if she would present this topic at our 2020 Meeting of the Minds as a workshop, on May 2, 2020, and she agreed to do so.  This week, she submitted her information to me and we have used it to create a much-needed On-Demand short course that I know can save millions of families from starvation as climate change leaves its mark on our reality. 

What is Hydroponics?

Contrary to popular belief, plants do not need soil to grow.  Plants use sunlight and chlorophyll to convert air (carbon dioxide) and water into sugar (glucose) and oxygen in a process called photosynthesis.   The chemical equation for this process is:

6CO2 + 6H2O → C6H12O6 + 6O2

The word “hydroponics” is a Greek derivative that means growing plants in water.  You may have noticed that soil is not mentioned in the above equation, therefore it is not a necessary component of plant growth.  However, plants require nutrients that are usually obtained from the soil we plant them in.  Providing these nutrients by other means— like standing them up with their roots in a nutrient-rich solution—plants can grow without soil altogether. That is the basis of hydroponics.   

Those of you who are unable to take part in our virtual conference that is scheduled to start tomorrow can still learn more about this life-saving technique by taking our On-Demand short course.  In this course, you will learn:

The science of Hydroponics

How it can benefit you

How to grow your own food

The different available systems

How to create your system

and Much More!!

As climate change continues to ravish our environment, many will experience a food shortage. To ensure your survival, we encourage you to take this short course and start growing your own food today.