Summit on Healing Attracts Crowd to Polyface Farm In Virginia
“Unorthodox thinking is always where the truth is” – Joel Salatin
Polyface Farms in Virginia hosted a summit on June 18-19 on healing and living in the modern world disease-free with abundant energy, peace and joy. A capacity crowd of 300 individuals from all over the US gathered to hear speakers, network, take a farm tour, eat nutritious farm-grown food, and enjoy the sun, beautiful landscape and mountains. Visionary speakers in the areas of nutrition, health and agriculture shared suggestions on how to change diet, lifestyle and limiting beliefs to restore the natural regenerative and healing state of the body.
There’s nothing new under the sun, Ecclesiastics 1:9 tells us, and the speakers are integrating ancient wisdom – often suppressed, hidden or unknown – with cutting-edge research to provide a blueprint for healing.
Innovative Polyface Farm owner and farmer Joel Salatin is a pioneer in regenerative farming. During his talk, he made the point that the farm is driven by a carbon economy. This set off an alarm of recognition: no wonder the climate change/Great Reset global technocrats, regime media, politicians and multinational corporations want to demonize carbon. They are trying to end self-sufficiency, which the family farm represents. Sustainable farms must include diversified life, Salatin said, and this includes plants, animals, wild life, water, forest, open fields, prairies, grass and ponds. “Chemical fertilizer takes the life out of biology,’” he said. Beaver ponds used to constitute 8% of land in North America and that has been halved.
The world disrespects farmers, Salatin said. “We want to wrap air, soil and water in affirmation and gratitude.” Animals should be docile, he said, inviting visitors to listen to the sounds of the animals – the grunts of the pigs, the chirps of the chickens, the chomps of the cows. “Do you feel welcome?” he asked guests, noting any trespassers will be impressed. “Be careful about claims” about organic or natural foods, he warned, as those labels don’t mean much these days. For instance, 80% of food labelled as organic by
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