Ken Rohla's Sprouting Tips
Ken Rohla's Slides for the Presentation "How to Grow Your Own Nutrient- Dense Superfoods for Pennies "
Three Free Reports
How to Make Your Own Probiotic
Detailed instructions on how to ferment your own probiotic simply using water, molasses, and a special bacteria culture known as Effective Microorganisms, or "EM." This probiotic brew has many uses, including as a human or animal digestive aid, household cleaner, odor eliminator, nontoxic mildewcide, plant food and soil amendment, compost accelerator, fermented food accelerator, water detoxifier, aquarium and bird bath waste eliminator, septic system enhancer, and much more.
EM Probiotic Info and Applications
Specific instructions on how to use your EM brew for a wide variety of household, agricultural, and industrial uses.
Does Stomach Acid Kill Probiotics and Enzyme Supplements?
Facts on how the digestive tract works and whether or not probiotic and enzyme supplements are killed during digestion as some people claim
Resources on Making Orgonite, Geoengineering, Nuclear Fallout, GMO Microbes
Reference Documents for Ken Rohla's Presentation "Staying Healthy in an Era of Biowarfare, GMOs, and Geoengineering"
Resources For Further Information On Geoengineering, Chemtrails, Nuclear Fallout, And GMO Microbes (97 K PDF file)
(Contains references for preventing and healing contamination from radioactivity, geoengineering pollutants, GMO food and GMO microbes/biowarfare agents.)
Ken Rohla's Presentation "Never Worry About Disease Again!"
Slides for Ken Rohla's Presentation at the Global BEM 2016 Conference: "New Frontiers in Healing with ORMUS and Scalar Energy"
Slides for Ken Rohla's Presentation "The Physics of How Consciousness Creates Reality"
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