Monday, 12 March 2012

Solar Panels and Pyrite Planting

We were very excited to fit solar panels, here at Old Nisthouse recently. This involves having an Inverter in our garage which converts the direct current into alternating current from the system, for transmission to the electrical grid. To guard against the negative effects of the electromagnetic forces associated with this device, I have planted a small, specially programmed fist sized pyrite, within 12 feet of its location. This is the same way a pole mounted electrical transmission box, or on a larger scale a pylon, substation or mobile phone mast would be planted.

Solar Panels, Old Nisthouse


Programmed fist sized Pyrite, ready to plant

Pyrite planted, subsequently covered with earth to a depth of 15cm

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