"What electroculture is, it's basically harnessing the earth's energy that's all around us, the ether, the orgone, the chi, the prana, everything that's all around us that we are just can't see. What you're doing is you're taking a piece of wood with copper or brass, and you're taking that and you're putting it into the ground and you're creating an ether antenna, and that ether antenna is going to pick up the frequencies that are all around and help increase the magnetism and the sap, the blood of the plant." — Matt Roeske, co-founder, Cultivate Elevate
Curt Mercadante welcomes back Matt Roeske, co-founder of Cultivate Elevate, to discuss how anyone can utilize electroculture to grow healthier, more abundant plants, fruits, and vegetables in their gardens and their homes.
"When using electroculture there is no need for the use of pesticides, manure, or fertilizers. This is primarily why this information was suppressed," wrote Matt in a recent blog post, Electroculture for Beginners.
"All you need is the sun, the clouds, the rain, the nitrogen in the air, and the ability to harness atmospheric energy. These atmospheric antennas can be created from materials such as wood, copper, zinc, and brass. When adding these atmospheric antennas to your garden, soil, or farm they will amplify your yields, combat frost and excessive heat, reduce irrigation, reduce pests, and increase the magnetism of your soil leading to more nutrients in the long run."
This episode was taken from a longer workshop in our Freedom Circle Men’s Community.
Raw Transcript of this Episode:
[00:00:00] Curt Mercadante: Now Matt has been talking about electro culture for months, maybe more, but since I've been paying attention on Instagram and I finally, my wife did the garden and I'm like, You know what? I want to try this really simple. Here's the easiest thing. I went to ACE Hardware. I got some wooden dowels, I got copper wire.
[00:00:23] I wrapped it in a spiral, almost like the DNA or Kundalini up up the. I put the wood in it and I have a little antenna, so I, I created an an antenna. That's it. It took my son and I, aside from, by the time we got back from ACE Hardware, and by the way, it was fun cuz I got to tell the people at Ace Hardware and they were like, What are you doing?
[00:00:44] What is this? They're taking notes and whatever. So that's how easy it was. Matt,
[00:00:50] Matt Roeske: does. So electric culture, and this is why I was saying Dean, if you do have an area to grow, you could utilize electric culture to grow food and then also bring your kids into it [00:01:00] as well too. So they're also taking place into it as well, because when they're connected with the food, you'll also be connected with the food together at the same time.
[00:01:08] But basically what electro culture is, It's basically harnessing the earth's energy that's all around us, the ether, the or, and the chi, the prana, everything that's all around us that we are just can't see. What you're doing is you're taking a piece of wood with copper or brass. You can use either one, and you're taking that and you're putting it into the ground and you're creating an ether antenna, and that ether antenna is gonna pick up the frequencies that are all around and help increase the magnetism and the sap, the blood of the.
[00:01:37] Because what happens is, is because of all this nonsense that we're being bombarded with and whatever else, it's messing up our soil. It's causing our soil to dry out faster. It's impacting us, our, our, our plants as a whole. And when you put this little antenna in there, the plants will now resonate because now you have an antenna right next to it and the copper will start to re reenergize the.
[00:01:58] What happens is when we use [00:02:00] iron tools, and this is something we were never taught about and it was suppressed from us, but when we use iron tools in the soil, they actually lead to drought like conditions. It pulls the moisture out of the soil because it damages the magnetism of the soil leading to droughts, leading to dust bowls, leading to all of those things.
[00:02:16] So they sold us iron tools back in the day while not selling us copper tools. Cause when we use copper in the soil, we actually increase our yields, increase our plant growth, increase the ability to harness, um, energy. And it was interesting cuz Victor Schauberger at the time when he studied all of this, he learned that when he was using copper tools, his plants were just.
[00:02:38] and it was interesting because the, I think it was the Bulgarian, Bulgarian or Belgium government, one of the two at the time, basically he proposed this to them and they said, I'm sorry, we have a thing with the pesticides and fertilizer company and we can't promote your copper tools. He goes, But we'll have so much food.
[00:02:54] And they said, Well, I have a kickback and I can't get rid of that. So that government at that [00:03:00] time actually issued things onto the radio and onto the newspaper to tell farmers not to use copper tools because they will yield too much food and they won't make any money. So that simple thing, right there was a huge thing just in Creto Flow, who was another founder of Electric Culture.
[00:03:18] Noticed that his potatoes were growing like literally like this. Everything he did with copper and creating these ether antennas basically amplified and multipl. Now I've had probably hundreds. I mean, I've, I don't know, maybe thousands of messages at this point of people's plants basically just exploding.
[00:03:34] I mean, I got people with pumpkins eight feet tall. I had a lady with a tomato plant that was 16 or 17 feet. I had a person who their plants were dying. They looked like they were dead. They never fruited, they never did anything. All the leaves pretty much fell off. They put copper antennas around them.
[00:03:50] All the plants grew, all the leaves turned on, all the thing produced. That's the thing is these thing, our plants are not actually dead. They're just in a hibernating [00:04:00] state, and if we don't take care of the soil, we're not going to get good quality food. That's why the chemical companies and the pesticide companies sell us these toxins so that they can sell you drugs to give to your plant so that you can increase your yields, but not realize that you're destroying the soil at the same time.
[00:04:18] You're ripping all the minerals out when you're using pesticides and fertilizers. With just increased to flow. It was interesting because he didn't even use manure. He used no manure, no fertilizers, and no pesticides. So think of those three industries, which are powerhouses and poisoning us. They would be eliminated, just like that pest company over here at that same time as well too, because.
[00:04:40] With electric culture, what happens is, is you create balance. You create harmony, that insects are coming back. The bees, the Beatles, um, you know, the birds, like I have this hummingbird that literally follows me around all over. It knows because the frequencies, these animals can pick up on that and they will start to come back because once things [00:05:00] harmonize, they know that it's now a area in which they can.
[00:05:04] And if it's not a good area, then they cannot heal either. So they don't wanna be around any of that. And it was interesting because when I was studying all of this, they talked about how bird sounds were so important to growing food. Why do you think they sold us D D T in the 1950s? DDT is good for me.
[00:05:22] Spray it all over the place and everything else because d d t,
[00:05:27] Curt Mercadante: sorry. ,
[00:05:29] Matt Roeske: you know, just, and that's like a mile away, which is crazy. But anyway, so DDT is good for me. They spray, they, they sold us all this DDT so that people would spray it all over. It hurt the fish, it hurt the birds, it hurt the insects, but primarily it hurt the birds, which the bird chirping sounds, caused the plants to open up their.
[00:05:47] Their leave so they can absorb more nutrients. And people have studied this with electric culture and the combination that when they played bird chirping sounds next to their plants, their plants started growing 30 time or 30 [00:06:00] times more than the control plants because the sound frequency causes them to absorb more nutrients.
[00:06:06] So we can be utilizing all these ancient practices that have been used that are just natural. They don't cost any money. They cost you probably five. There's simple things that we can do in order to grow more food and grow it quicker, right? With electric culture, you could harness your food or grow, I'm sorry, or you could harvest your food six times a year, right?
[00:06:27] Your food becomes, your plants become more frost resistant. They become heat resistant. They grow faster. They don't need pesticides, they don't need fertilizers. They don't need, man. You just need a little a, basically a little copper, a little brass, and maybe some wood, and that's it. And you can find wood in your backyard.
[00:06:42] You could just go take a piece of wood, wrap it with a copper spiral or a brass spiral, whichever one you want. Place it into the soil and just let your plants do your thing. I have a meringa plant that sits on the balcony, and I grow as much as I can on my balcony, but I have a meringa plant that's, 14 feet tall.
[00:06:59] I would say [00:07:00] it's outgrew the balcony and the meringa pods were 22 inches in just the first fruiting that I had, The average meringa pod is six to eight inches. So that's how much of a difference. And I'm on a balcony with a pot. So like I, that's the thing I've realized, like anything is possible, but that's just that I got peppers coming soon.
[00:07:19] They're already sprouting the flowers. I got basil. My basil plant is like multiplied. It's like a tree and it keeps. . But that's the thing, it's not hard to do. It's just simple things. But we haven't been taught this and we can speed up our ability to get food and then once we grow enough food, we can then give food to everybody else as well too, right?
[00:07:38] Cause it's the community factor instead of, I just hold all the food, or I just hold all, hold all the water and I don't give it to anybody else. And that's, we have to do that because if we don't connect to nature, In 10 years from now, it's it we're gonna be so disconnected. Right? And we need to be connected to nature now because that's what all of these little upper hands that are [00:08:00] trying to do all their strings and pulling all this stuff, they're trying to disconnect us from that.
[00:08:04] And they're disconnecting us from owning our health with nature and, and it's all Mother Earth gives us everything we need and it's all around us. You know? I mean, that's, that's kind of how I see it.