Have you ever studied or viewed pictures on Plant Auras?
If you go Into Google and Google 'Plant Auras' you get a lot of pictures taken using Kirlian Photography techniques. What are your views on this as regards 'companion planting'? Can we see 'attraction'? 'repulsion,' or just neutrality in these photos?
This is quite a deep question and as you may know many would just write my answers off as theory.
Probably the best way to answer this would be to look at Biodynamics.
Science can't answer the question why a small amount of cows manure can be setin the ground in a cows horn, then pulled up at the correct time and turned into a super concentrated fertiliser.
But it works.
As with the Aura of plants and companion planting I would say yes it would, but my knowledge doesnt go that far.
What I do know is that the oils released by plants can suppress growth to nearby neighbours.
I hope this answers the question.
The images you see with Kirlian photography are not "auras" per-se.
The term is used for a lack of a better one. The light that emanates from the plants, metals, your hand are the electrical discharges as the current passes from the metal plate, to the subject and outwards. Unless metal objects and inanimate objects have "auras" the term cannot be correctly applied as it is currently defined and understood to mean.
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