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Ban big (jackal) and small (flies) with Crystal Technology

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“When you slaughter a sheep, when you make biltong, or when you prepare your meat for the day’s cooking and you are not pestered by flies, you suddenly realise that something mysterious is at work,” says Flippie Hoffman, who farms about 175 km southeast of Windhoek in Namibia.

This “mystery” is the result of the “magic” of Agri Frequencies’ Crystal Technology which dispels pests and plagues by means of nature’s natural frequencies.

Flippie says he heard from a friend of in Riebeek-Kasteel of the technology. “Initially I was very sceptical. However, when one is desperate and can see no solution, you try everything that comes your way if it will help you to continue farming.”

Flippie’s farm lies in the semi-Kalahari, directly behind the dunes and the red sand. This is suitable habitat for game, sheep and boer goat. However, he also farms with herds of Brahman and Simbra cattle.

“I have not been farming in the area for very long and is still in the process of increasing my herds in the midst of the worst drought in 23 years. Consequently every sheep or lamb that is lost, hurts deeply.”

“About five months ago I contracted the services of Agri Frequencies to combat jackal, lynx, flies, blowfly, and recently, also ticks. Since then I have not yet lost one sheep to jackal and the flies and blowflies have certainly stopped all activity. Already there are even fewer ticks on my sheep,” says Flippie.

His sheep overnight in kraals. The jackals, however, became so arrogant that they lay in waiting for the sheep in broad daylight when they were driven to their grazing. “Now my wife and I do not lie in bed at night listening to the jackal howling coming nearer and nearer.”

“All I have to do is to send sharp photographs of the pests here in my area to Jan du Plessis of Agri Frequencies and he then makes sure that the correct frequencies are relayed to the area that has to be covered.”

He says he understands it has something to do with quantum physics, but he need not understand it – he can see that it works. “I did nothing else to dispel the jackals and my neighbours still have problems. That proves the system is working!”

The cost is calculated per hectare and his commitment is approximately R15 000 per year. “That is roughly the price of 13 hamel (wethers) which I previously lost because of jackal appetite for mutton. The fact that there are fewer flies and blowflies to pester the animals when grazing, lowers animal stress, resulting in higher production.”

Flippie says about a fortnight ago flies again appeared, but Jan had warned him that it might happen because of migrating flies moving in from other areas. All he had to do, was to send a few clear photos of the newcomers to have the frequencies adjusted to get rid of them too.

This is how it works

Crystal technology led to the development of computers, mobile telephones (cellphones) and quartz timepieces. Crystals contain piezo-electricity. This means they have high energy levels and discharge a natural pulse. Crystals have the ability to store frequencies and discharge it again. These frequencies can be applied to improve water quality, improve growth in plants and animals, as well as for insect and pest control.

Regarding water, the frequencies help to restructure water molecules into single molecules instead of strings so that the water can be absorbed more easily by humans, animals and plants. Consequently less water is required for higher production. The water also tastes better and increases the oxygen levels of the blood.

The frequencies in crystals can be applied to increase plant or animal production, or as counter-frequencies to kill insects and dispel bigger animals such as jackals. The frequencies are safe and only influences the targeted species – not advantageous insects such as bees. Consumers can do a self-test to ascertain if the frequencies reach them.

Jan du Plessis of Agri Frequencies says it is their aim to lower the use of poisonous substances in food production, gardens and homes, and to assist farmers to save money.

Irrigation farmers can buy a complete package of all the services at a cost of R1 200 per year. The cost for dryland farmers is R600 per hectare per year. Other services, such as tick control, only costs R10 per hectare per year.

Contact Jan du Plessis on 082-429-4055, or visit .Also read the series of articles in ProAgri on the success of various farmers who have subscribed to the technology.

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