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## fire ants - mile's mention of cooper rings

### Logan Johnson on mon 24 sep 07

I wonder if copper carb. would work? That might be a "bit" expensive however.
Logan

Would you explain more in detail about how to do this? How to use 'Copper
rings'?

Phil
l v
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### pdp1@EARTHLINK.NET on mon 24 sep 07

Hi Miles,

Would you explain more in detail about how to do this? How to use 'Copper
rings'?

Phil
l v

----- Original Message -----
From: "Miles G. Smith"

They are good for the soil. The adobe soil here in Rinconada NM needs all
the nutrients it can get from any and all sources.

They like to make their nest near the good things I like to eat and they
will eat plants that I don't eat. So I discovered that I could get them to
move by changing the negative energy that they need to a positive one with
the copper rings. Now they can do their soil generation and I have them out
of my garden.

Miles

### Miles G. Smith on tue 25 sep 07

Sure, Phil:
Take a copper wire (bared of insulation). (#10 or #12 or #14 electric wire)
(Bigger wire seam to create stronger electromagnetic fields. Roll it into a
one inch diameter ring (it's ok of the ends overlap). Draw out a triangular
grid over the land area that you want to be free of the ants. The shape of
the grid spaces are triangles( equal dimensions on a side). The size of the
equal lateral triangles must be less than 8 feet on a side. Now put a copper
ring on the ground at each angled point. By the next day you will observe
that the ants are traveling each carrying one of their nest's eggs.
The reason they are moving the nest is because the triangle area inside
the copper rings now has positive electromagnetic energy instead of the
natural negitive energy. Because your grid has rings every 8 foot or less
they won't stop traveling until they have found a negative energy space
It doesn't matter if there are structures like walls, or signs, or
trees, within your triangle the change from negative energy to positive
happens through the structures. You can also place the copper ring above the
ground. (not at the ground level). The effect will work even if the rings
are fastened on a fence post or side of a building.
Gary Fey just pointed out that you can check the change of polarity of
the triangle spaces with a pendulum. http://www.pendulums.com/
People and animals need to be in positive electromagnetic energy for
wellbeing and insects need negative energy to do their work.

Miles Smith Pottery

----- Original Message -----
From:
To:
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 2:51 PM
Subject: Re: Fire ants - Mile's mention of Cooper rings

> Hi Miles,
>
>
>
>
> Would you explain more in detail about how to do this? How to use 'Copper
> rings'?
>
>
>
> Phil
> l v
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Miles G. Smith"
>
>
> They are good for the soil. The adobe soil here in Rinconada NM needs all
> the nutrients it can get from any and all sources.
>
> They like to make their nest near the good things I like to eat and they
> will eat plants that I don't eat. So I discovered that I could get them to
> move by changing the negative energy that they need to a positive one with
> the copper rings. Now they can do their soil generation and I have them
out
> of my garden.
>
> Miles
>
>
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### Angela Davis on tue 25 sep 07

You've sold me Miles, I have enough copper wire to
make a triangle around my bed..
Constant positive energy, WOW.

I'm not joking, I'm thinking of trying it. Can I hang them
from the ceiling like art?

Anglea Davis

----- Original Message -----
From: "Miles G. Smith"
To:
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 12:01 PM
Subject: Re: Fire ants - Mile's mention of Cooper rings

> Sure, Phil:
> Take a copper wire (bared of insulation). (#10 or #12 or #14 electric
> wire)
> (Bigger wire seam to create stronger electromagnetic fields. Roll it into
> a
> one inch diameter ring (it's ok of the ends overlap). Draw out a
> triangular
> grid over the land area that you want to be free of the ants. The shape of
> the grid spaces are triangles( equal dimensions on a side). The size of
> the
> equal lateral triangles must be less than 8 feet on a side. Now put a
> copper
> ring on the ground at each angled point. By the next day you will observe
> that the ants are traveling each carrying one of their nest's eggs.
> The reason they are moving the nest is because the triangle area inside
> the copper rings now has positive electromagnetic energy instead of the
> natural negitive energy. Because your grid has rings every 8 foot or less
> they won't stop traveling until they have found a negative energy space
> It doesn't matter if there are structures like walls, or signs, or
> trees, within your triangle the change from negative energy to positive
> happens through the structures. You can also place the copper ring above
> the
> ground. (not at the ground level). The effect will work even if the rings
> are fastened on a fence post or side of a building.
> Gary Fey just pointed out that you can check the change of polarity of
> the triangle spaces with a pendulum. http://www.pendulums.com/
> People and animals need to be in positive electromagnetic energy for
> wellbeing and insects need negative energy to do their work.
>
> Miles Smith Pottery
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From:
> To:
> Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 2:51 PM
> Subject: Re: Fire ants - Mile's mention of Cooper rings
>
>
>> Hi Miles,
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Would you explain more in detail about how to do this? How to use 'Copper
>> rings'?
>>
>>
>>
>> Phil
>> l v
>>
>>
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Miles G. Smith"
>>
>>
>> They are good for the soil. The adobe soil here in Rinconada NM needs all
>> the nutrients it can get from any and all sources.
>>
>> They like to make their nest near the good things I like to eat and they
>> will eat plants that I don't eat. So I discovered that I could get them
>> to
>> move by changing the negative energy that they need to a positive one
>> with
>> the copper rings. Now they can do their soil generation and I have them
> out
>> of my garden.
>>
>> Miles
>>
>>
> ____________________________________________________________________________
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> melpots2@visi.com
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### Tracey Duivestein on wed 26 sep 07

Does this work with flying insect - oh the flies & mosquitoes.=20
Could this be a natural method of malaria control??

Tracey Duivestein
Durban, South Africa=20

### Gayle Bair on wed 26 sep 07

Hey Tracey,
Take a hat with a brim and hang 3 coils from it and
report back to us!
My husband recently ordered us some hats that are infused with
Permethrin, a man-made form of a natural insect repellent found in the
Chrysanthemum plant.

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glorious studios & never worry about selling a thing!
Bainbridge Island, WA
Tucson, AZ
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-----Original Message-----
From: Tracey Duivestein

Does this work with flying insect - oh the flies & mosquitoes.
Could this be a natural method of malaria control??

Tracey Duivestein
Durban, South Africa

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### Miles G. Smith on thu 27 sep 07

Yes. You can. The phenomena is observed in three dimensions.

Miles Smith

----- Original Message -----
From: "Angela Davis"
To:
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: Fire ants - Mile's mention of Cooper rings

> You've sold me Miles, I have enough copper wire to
> make a triangle around my bed..
> Constant positive energy, WOW.
>
> I'm not joking, I'm thinking of trying it. Can I hang them
> from the ceiling like art?
>
> Anglea Davis
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Miles G. Smith"
> To:
> Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 12:01 PM
> Subject: Re: Fire ants - Mile's mention of Cooper rings
>
>
> > Sure, Phil:
> > Take a copper wire (bared of insulation). (#10 or #12 or #14 electric
> > wire)
> > (Bigger wire seam to create stronger electromagnetic fields. Roll it
into
> > a
> > one inch diameter ring (it's ok of the ends overlap). Draw out a
> > triangular
> > grid over the land area that you want to be free of the ants. The shape
of
> > the grid spaces are triangles( equal dimensions on a side). The size of
> > the
> > equal lateral triangles must be less than 8 feet on a side. Now put a
> > copper
> > ring on the ground at each angled point. By the next day you will
observe
> > that the ants are traveling each carrying one of their nest's eggs.
> > The reason they are moving the nest is because the triangle area
inside
> > the copper rings now has positive electromagnetic energy instead of the
> > natural negitive energy. Because your grid has rings every 8 foot or
less
> > they won't stop traveling until they have found a negative energy space
> > It doesn't matter if there are structures like walls, or signs, or
> > trees, within your triangle the change from negative energy to positive
> > happens through the structures. You can also place the copper ring above
> > the
> > ground. (not at the ground level). The effect will work even if the
rings
> > are fastened on a fence post or side of a building.
> > Gary Fey just pointed out that you can check the change of polarity
of
> > the triangle spaces with a pendulum. http://www.pendulums.com/
> > People and animals need to be in positive electromagnetic energy for
> > wellbeing and insects need negative energy to do their work.
> >
> > Miles Smith Pottery
> >
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From:
> > To:
> > Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 2:51 PM
> > Subject: Re: Fire ants - Mile's mention of Cooper rings
> >
> >
> >> Hi Miles,
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Would you explain more in detail about how to do this? How to use
'Copper
> >> rings'?
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Phil
> >> l v
> >>
> >>
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> From: "Miles G. Smith"
> >>
> >>
> >> They are good for the soil. The adobe soil here in Rinconada NM needs
all
> >> the nutrients it can get from any and all sources.
> >>
> >> They like to make their nest near the good things I like to eat and
they
> >> will eat plants that I don't eat. So I discovered that I could get them
> >> to
> >> move by changing the negative energy that they need to a positive one
> >> with
> >> the copper rings. Now they can do their soil generation and I have them
> > out
> >> of my garden.
> >>
> >> Miles
> >>
> >>
> >
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> >>
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> > melpots2@visi.com
> >>
> >
> >
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> >
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> >
>
>
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