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The Enchanted Forest (Fiction)

Introduction This is a series of related short stories of a young priest who abandons society; abandons the world of men; abandons culture, and abandons religion. He then seeks out to find the answers of life from nature, in doing so he is forever trapped into an enchanted forest where he meets numerous magical beings

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The Cycles And The Elements

All supreme knowledge is hidden in plain sight. It it is All right there in front of you. You simply just need to see it. Observation is the ground of All knowledge. The Grand Cosmos is governed by only 3 fundamental forces united by the fourth during 3+1 time periods. *Force of creation and formation.

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What A Life (2020)

The year seems to have passed by so quickly. Here is what happened to me in 2020. The nearby Taal Volcano (kind of) erupted early in the yearm One of our dogs birthed 6 puppies who we gave away a few months later. I got married to my awesome wife. My mother was diagnosed with

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What A Life (2019)

In just 1 year the following events have happened in my life.. Moved to a new country; learning a new culture and language. Designed a house, let it be build and moved into the new house. Living in a bamboo hut with no refrigerator, and no running water while waiting for the house to be

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Experimenting With Rice: Part 2 – 2020

“Trees are the guardians of the soil. Even in flooded paddies, growing large and small trees on mounds right in the fields themselves is an excellent idea. The paddies near Sukhothai, Thailand, are filled with such trees. Those fields are among the finest examples of the natural farming method for growing paddy rice anywhere in

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Experimenting With Rice Part 1 – 2019

Last week  I bought 9 kilograms of rice for 315 PHP or 5.25 Euros. 3 kilograms each of per variety, so 3 varieties in total. I would like to buy a lot more, but I got to use the resources available to me. It takes about 40 kilograms of rice to sow 1 hectare with

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Experimenting With Outdoor Mushroom Growing

I have recently obtained several fully colonized fruiting bags of white oyster mushroom. However I do not have the space for growing them indoors and personally I do not like so much indoor mushroom growing, because of environmental reasons which I list below. 1. If you live in a cold climate you need to warm

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12 Nitrogen Fixing Trees You Never Heard Of

Here is a list of tropical nitrogen fixing trees that you probably never heard of. Most of these are native to the Philippines or Southeast Asia, or spread around the tropics of the wold. Local Filipino names are used first followed by the scientific name. Disclaimer: Altho I have grown some of these trees or

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Chemically Ripened Bananas In The Supermarket Do Not Taste Good

It is very common for bananas in supermarkets to be chemically ripened. The chemical ripening process turns the banana perfectly yellow all over and make it ready for eating more quickly than naturally ripened bananas.Some say this is completely harmless and possess no health threats nor does a chemically ripened or a naturally ripened banana

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People Who Inspired Me

This is a list of names of people that either inspired me or who I think did something beneficial to the world. Most of these people listed below advocated either natural farming; no plowing / no till; reforestation; or environmental restoration. Masanobu Fukuoka, Akinori Kimura, Yoshikazu Kawaguchi, Akira Miyawaki, Kailash Murthy, Bhaskar Save, Bharat Mansata,

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