Have you ever heard of the Red Tide? This environmentally damaging seaweed is created off the Florida coast when Karenia Brevis, a microscopic algae, revs up into overdrive. In small doses Karenia Brevis is a useful part of our ocean’s ecosystem, providing food and nutrients to surrounding wildlife. When Karenia brevis starts to bloom in massive quantities we have a problem on our hands. The harmful algae bloom happens so rapidly that when the microscopic plants die, they deplete the oxygen in the water. This causes massive amounts of fish to perish, shellfish can become toxic and the tide is said to have a harmful effect on the humans living in the area. The red tide got it’s name for the red color the algae can sometimes create in the water when releasing toxic gases. Essentially, red tide is a marine biologist’s worst nightmare.
Red Tide is said to be caused by pollution to our waters as well as global warming. It’s exact causes are still under investigation. Not only do scientists have difficulty pinpointing how the tides start, but they are stumped when it comes to stopping the bloom and it’s environmental damage.
After reading the book Slim Spurling’s Universe, Anthony C. and attending a workshop with Slim Spurling. A massage therapist and environmental conservationist, Anthony came to believe that the Light-Life® Tools could be helpful in mitigating the Tampa Bay area of Florida’s red tide. His first experiment was taking a harmonizer to Siesta Key and sound activating an Light-Life Environmental Harmonizer. He was so thrilled with the results that he and his colleagues from the Rose Lettiere Water Project Group decided to invest in more tools. They were open to using higher conscious methods when finding a solution to the red tide problem as more practical and well-known methodologies were not producing any significant changes.
Anthony and his team put three harmonizers to work: the Storm Chaser, the Agricultural Harmonizer and the Environmental Harmonizer. They activated all three harmonically starting on October 21, 2006 and ran the frequency 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Enclosed is an image of the shore provided by the FWRI (Fish and Wildlife Research Institute) in October, 2006. The red dots signify where the red tide (harmful Karenia Brevis algae bloom) are at their highest, over a million cells per liter of water.
After 10 months of activating the Harmonizers, the red tide was unable to be detected in any of the water on coast. The red tide went from 1 million cells to liter to “not present” in a report issued by the FWC (Fish and Wildlife Conservation Committee, funded by the United States Government).
Enclosed are the results. It’s easy to identify that all the red dots are gone and the red tide has cleared completely.
It helps so much for us to spread awareness about the Light-Life Tools when we have qualitative data to support our claims. If you are a marine biologist or scientist we would love to hear from you and collaborate on another experiment. Not only does the research benefit our product, but they can restore balance to the environment which is a like-minded goal for us both. In the meantime, let’s take a moment to celebrate some of the gorgeous ocean creatures that mother nature has provided. This month we set our eyes on the fish, who not only is a vital part of our world’s ecosystem, but also reminds us of all our pieces friends. Happy Birthday March babies!