Living in the garden of Eden is the closest thing I’ve come up with what it is like to live in TKOGIEAIIIH. My picture of what that looks like is similar to a food forest. Creating a food forest is not all that hard once you free your mind from much of the chemical paradigm we’ve been bombarded by. All plants, animals, insects and birds live symbiotically with each other. Even microbes like bacteria, fungus & viruses are beneficial. The problems begin when thoughts of death begin to emerge into the landscape. By fearing something so much that you want to kill it creates a reaction which comes back to haunt you. One example which many southern farmers are aware of is the imported fire ant. Millions of dollars were spent trying to eradicate this species of ant with poisons and none of it has worked. By contrast, years ago when I was first changing my thinking from the chemical way of life to the natural way, I observed the first native ant bed of harvester ants on the farm. By allowing the native ant colony to live, I noticed that all the fire ants within 250 – 500 ft. around the area disappeared. As the native ants began to come back, they outcompeted the imported fire ants. All of nature will balance itself out if we allow it and work with it to enhance rather than try to kill, steal & destroy it.
My urgency today is to try to explain on paper what I have drawn and like the saying goes, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. But, here goes anyway. The land pi-tai system which utilizes the principle of the vortex works by alternating cool areas of the land with hotter areas. These two meld themselves together into a continuous flow pattern across the landscape. Central to the pi-tai system is a narrowed down ‘neck’ which separates the warmer ‘pi’ areas with the trigger point for thermals and divides the cooler ‘tai’ areas at their closest point. This trigger is a bermed mound of dirt which doubles as both shelter and food storage as well as cooling and creating energy used on the farm.
Many people ask me about how to compost/where can they buy compost/what’s the best potting soil mix, etc.
In a nutshell, here’s how to compost: and if I may borrow a term from a very popular movie titled ‘Forrest Gump’: ”S**t Happens” We all know what that means and in the compost world it is the same: ”Compost Happens” There are so many ways to create compost with so many gadgets and machines and tools, but the easiest and best way is to just throw it out on the ground and let it rot! That’s right, you cannot stop the decomposition process anymore than you are able to stop life. L-I-F-E will find a way and compost will happen.
Now, there are a few tricks up my sleeve to enhance that process but that will be posted tomorrow. In the meantime, anyone who reads this and would like to comment or ask a specific question would be greatly appreciated and I will answer your question/reply back to your comment tomorrow.
Thanks again to my Father who has breathed His life into me and now shown me the way to the truth of ‘born-again’! That last thought will be subject of a later post. till then, blessings & peace, Brother Thomas
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