We suspected that magnetism was associated with what we had been finding. Could a wave pattern be permanently set in a leaf much like that in a magnet?

We had come to the conclusion that energy waves were travelling in horizontal and vertical planes. This inspired us to experiment with angle wires held in a horizontal and vertical position. We used heavy galvanized telephone wire, bent to form a right angle, each one measuring about nine inches. The ends were filed to a point. These angle wires proved to be very effective magnetic wave conductors and were used throughout our research to determine the vector of a wave, the direction of energy wave flow.

Later, we were better able to ascertain why the leaf lost its wave vector reading back to its parent tree once it had been put down. It was magnetically incomplete and immediately lost its mated quanta altogether when the circuit connection was severed. When I had picked it, I evidently supplied a temporary circuit only, back to its mated quanta.

Could another energy be permanently introduced into a leaf? I speculated. This was how we got to experimenting with polarizing originally. At first we learned more things we should not do; in fact, I now shudder to even relate our fumblings. Please credit my co-writer, Bessie O'Connor, for persuading me into detailing them for you.

However, by learning what not to do, we gradually learned more about handling these energies correctly and how to avoid the hazards. The experiments at least act as vivid examples to illustrate how radiation other than your own can upset your own atomic spins.

I started experimenting with polarizing alder leaves by using the energies of electromagnetic waves. It became apparent that it took two groups of quanta to produce a permanent circuit, two groups with opposing rotation spins. I used the quanta radiation of a water Vivaxis, detailed later. This polarizing was done by standing directly over a point which I had previously traced. Energy was originating down at a point thirty-five feet below the ground surface. The leaf I held by the end of the stem in my left hand, pointed straight down. The dip wire, resting on my right index finger, pulsated vertically approximately thirty-seven times, stopped, and then excitedly vibrated. I could feel at this point the leaf in my left hand tingling.

The leaf had taken on a new radiation energy other than that of its parent tree. It had become polarized to this point thirty-five feet below ground. When the leaf was tested by being held in the left hand, angle wire in right hand, the angle wire swung and pointed toward the point of energy over which I had stood. This was tested from many positions. Pulsations and distances were checked also with the dip wire.

The polarized leaf indicated a strong energy introduced into it. It acted much like a bar magnet when a pendulum was held at either end. The energy flow pulled in one end and out the other. The angle wires crossed when held over it, a characteristic reaction to mated energies. The leaves not polarized crumpled and fell apart when touched after a time. The polarized leaves appear to keep indefinitely in their original shape. It is interesting to note their elasticity when bent. The pattern of magnetism appears to hold the cells together, keeping them firm and intact. The original ones were done in 1962 and are still intact.

This is not a recommended type of polarizing and testing, as the radiations introduced are strong, and atomically unbalance our own personal magnetic system by coming into direct contact through the use of angle wires.

At the early stage of our findings we did not realize the potency of these energies and the hazards involved. Reminiscing now we can review with humour some of the pantomimes we got involved in, only because we have survived to tell the story and have gained wisdom through the experiences.

The first real "boo-boo" was with the initial polarized alder leaf, strongly polarized to its Vivaxis thirty-five feet below the ground level, and six feet distant from the alder tree. We had deliberately withheld the knowledge from our son, Brian, as we wanted to use him as an unbiased tester. To him the leaf was just any old leaf, and it didn't make much sense to a bored young high-school student when he was asked to hold the leaf in one hand and the dip wire in the other.

He was stationed fifty feet from the alder tree and stood without moving. He now became the wave-transmitter of the polarized leaf. His father counted and recorded the horizontal and then the vertical pulsations. They corresponded to the measurements from Brian to the Vivaxis (see figure 4).

This was repeated from varying distances and from different angles. All trials confirmed the same principle, the waves were travelling in horizontal planes until directly above the leaf's Vivaxis. They then changed to vertical planes with down pulsations recorded by the dip wire; the number consistent always to the distance of thirty-five feet below the ground. When the wave reached the Vivaxis at this point the wire vibrated excitedly.

We were pleased with the results until we found that "part" of Brian had become magnetized to the leaf's Vivaxis! Through holding the leaf too long, he had picked up an overdose of the two radiations. He kept this second Vivaxis for years, in fact, up to the stage in our findings that we learned how to deal with de-polarizing X-rayed bones and re-polarizing them to their own magnetic pattern.

There is an appropriate comparison here to steel needles magnetized by rubbing them with a magnet. They end up with two Vivaxes, one to where the magnet was made and another to the local point where the needle was rubbed with the magnet. In contrast, a magnet made by currents from a battery has but one Vivaxis - the point where magnetism was induced.

Leaf linked to new Vivaxis

Figure 4. Leaf linked to new Vivaxis.

As days passed, the research became more challenging, yet an incident occurred at this stage that nearly ended any further attempts to unlock the mysteries I was encountering.

Eva Hyde, a friend, and a teacher by profession, arrived to visit one morning. She had been told about some of our findings and was interested. On the table was a polarized maple blossom. Like the alder leaf, it had been magnetized by using the energies from a body of moving water which had been traced to its Vivaxis sixty feet below the ground and located near the maple tree. The energy of its Vivaxis was very strong.

With a wire in one hand, Eva held the other hand over the blossoms for only a few seconds and then exclaimed in alarm, "Oh! Oh! There are sharp pains in the glands under my arms! Pains are shooting up into the glands behind my ears!" At this stage, her voice faded and wavered and she sank dizzily into a chair, close to passing out. She told me later that she had had sharp pains in her heart for three hours afterwards.

My horror was followed by mortification and a resolution. "That's the end! No more of this type of fact-finding. I'm going to kill others as well as myself if I do not stop!"

I phoned Eva later, lamenting my concern and apologizing with a plea for forgiveness for my unintended "witchcraft. I was prepared for a hostile rebuff, but was soon set at ease by her eager, calm voice. "Fran, don't feel badly. You have something there that is very potent. It has a story to tell which should be explored. I'm extremely interested."

Eva's interest sparked a new enthusiasm, and having her as an ally helped. Her spirited answer also helped change the course of destiny, for I was prepared to stop before I had hardly begun.

In all probability, this was an example of how foreign energies with atomic spins out of phase with our own, and having conflicting Vivaxes waves unrelated to our own, can upset the continuity of our nervous system and glands. The energies generated at the Vivaxis of running water can be strong. It will subsequently be related how these energies were used in more constructive ways.