Madjid Abdellaziz on the beginning of his work in Djanan and the development of integral environmental healing:
In the beginning there was nothing but sand, heat, DOR, snakes and scorpions.
The situation was delicate and hostile. In order for life to emerge here at all again, the numbness must be removed and another energy must flow. I started with the energization of the ground where Agni Hotra was very helpful. One could feel how nature slowly began to recover and the radioactive atmosphere gradually weakened. In order to harmonize the ground, we simply knocked on the countless flat stones on the site with a hammer and turned them over, according to the old druidic custom.
In the beginning there was only dry land, desert and DOR
In order to loosen the soil and to potentiate the water I decided to use the Penergetic products. This was absolutely essential for the first attempts and the first results with different vegetables exceeded all my expectations. At first we only poured with water pumped from the deep. To use Wilhelm Reich's method I wasn't ready yet. Nevertheless, there was an enormous problem: Where to put the DOR contaminated water. Watering the plants with it would have been pure madness! Many nights I broke my head now and spent them with brooding and tinkering, until finally the Aha-effect came over me. The solution was suddenly there! With Reich's method this could not be solved, techniques of Tesla and Schauberger had to be integrated! So I immediately got to work and... it worked! The DOR in the water was eliminated. The way for the irrigation of the plants was now paved and I could confidently start with the weather work.
From then on the plants began to thrive splendidly. Many apple trees were added. The water in the basin got a special treatment and its energy level was raised. By means of the sky acupuncture it stimulated now very strongly the Dorabzug (Cloudbuster of Wilhelm Reich).
Now the rain came and nature refreshed itself. In addition, the light was stimulated very pleasantly by the interaction of the clouds. Everywhere on the site I could feel this new fresh, cool and pleasant energy.
In the following I invented a really miraculous cloud stabilizer. And also when the Cloudbuster was not used later for nearly two years, the effect continued. Something had happened!
Nature answered and made me very happy about my method, which I called "Integral Environmental Healing".
Es ist eine Art von ” Feng Shui des Himmels ” wenn man “Orgon” = “Qi” und “DOR” = “Cha” vergleicht. Energie fliesst (ORGON:CHI) oder Energie fliesst nicht (DOR:CHA).“
Djanan is very closely linked to the history of its founder: Madjid Abdellaziz. Djanan is the paradise that Madjid Abdellaziz carries in his heart. Djanan is manifest vision, and the easiest way to understand Djanan and learn from Djanan is to be inspired by the history of Madrid.
Madjid Abdellaziz, born in Algeria, studied computer science at the TU Berlin in the 80s. He was successful. And Berlin became his second home. After his studies he worked as a project manager and programmer at VW. Although he had gained a foothold in Germany, he kept in touch with his old home country.
Chance had it that he and Khirani Ahmed of Tenere Voyage met. A deep friendship developed. Both were fond of the desert, and Madjid wanted to help the Tuareg prince survive the Algerian civil war. So the idea was born to bring him to the International Tourism Exchange in Berlin. It was a success. For the first time, real Tuaregs could be admired at the fair. That was an event - to experience these proud warriors up close. Afterwards, there was great interest in the Algerian desert. When asked about the uncertainty that prevailed there, Hadj Ahmed only said: "Listen, there is peace here. There are 1,800 km between Algiers and Berlin, and 2,500 km between Algiers and Djanet. Well? You see: they are safer in Djanet than in Berlin".
When the opportunity arose in 1993 to take part in an expedition to southern Algeria resulting from activities at the ITB, Madjid was enthusiastic about it. We went to the Stone Age cave paintings of Tassili N'Addjer SEFAR.
But there was an accident. One of the two military helicopters they had chartered to fly the tourists to the sights crashed after a stopover in the desert. Madjid should sit in the misfortune machine. But he had decided without further ado to clean up the garbage the group had left behind and missed the departure. 13 people died, including the pilot's two children.
Madjid returned unharmed. He lived. He lived a life given to him. Why him, he asked himself again and again, and not the pilot's children? There were days when he would have liked to exchange, but this way of paying off his guilt and expressing his gratitude for life was not open.
In the following years, Madjid got in touch with a number of extraordinary scientists: Prof. Bernd Senf, then from the FHW Berlin, introduced him to a circle of people who were engaged in desert greening. The work was based on the theories and technologies of Victor Schauberger and Wilhelm Reich. Allies like Daniel Plocher from the company Penergetics were also involved. In the winter of 1996/97, Madjid and Bernd Senf undertook their first two-week expedition to Tassili n'Adjjer in the Sahara to explore the possibilities of their own project. Madjid had been able to open some doors in the Algerian government at that time, and the joint projects took shape. Bernd Senf, DeMeo and Madjid had already written a memorandum on desert greening. For August 1999 a second expedition was planned - this time James DeMeo should also be part of the team next to Bernd Senf - an American scientist who had already successfully put an end to the great droughts in Namibia 1992/93 and Eritrea 1994 with Wilhelm Reich's technologies.
But the unrest in Algeria flared up again and James DeMeo cancelled the trip. Although the political upheavals in Algeria broke off the government's support, Madjid single-handedly set a few smaller projects in motion - with Plocher's knowledge and technology, including the revitalization of waters in northern Algeria. He built the first "esoteric sewage treatment plant" - as they called the child then - for 20,000 inhabitants of Zeralda near Algiers. To this day, it still functions perfectly without electricity or energy supply. In this way, the locals were able to bathe locally again without the risk of infection. But the dream of their own planting project had to be buried for the time being in view of the catastrophic political situation.
In 2003 there was an extreme drought which affected Algeria and some other Mediterranean countries. The Algerian government was already considering importing drinking water with tankers. "You can't sit idly by," said Madrid's wife. But there was no support from the Algerian government, no money, no order. "But you can't sit idly by," she said. There was no legal basis. The civil war was in its final stages and driving overland with a device that looks like an anti-aircraft gun might have been a stylish way to commit suicide. "But you can't...". She swept away Madrid's doubts: "Even if the operation is only 1% successful, a lot has already been achieved".
Madjid built a cloudbuster, and some other things he had learned in Berlin. The weather operation succeeded. Already after two and a half hours the first clouds formed, after five hours the sky was black and streaked with weather lights. Half an hour later it rained.
Madjid baute einen Cloudbuster, und einige andere Dinge, die er in Berlin kennengelernt hatte. Die Wetteroperation gelang. Schon nach zweieinhalb Stunden bildeten sich die ersten Wolken, nach fünf Stunden war der Himmel schwarz und von Wetterleuchten durchzogen. Eine halbsie Stunde später regnete es.
Another operation followed in Djanan. Within a radius of 100 km the climate normalized - it rained so much that the reservoirs were soon filled to bursting. It was the end of the Algerian drought and the beginning of something bigger.
Madjid stayed in Djanan. With the help of his sister-in-law Fatima Belami and her husband, they planted olives, apples and rows of casuarina to stop the wind. He sowed grain, planted potatoes and salad. The precipitation remained at a high level - thanks to two cloud stabilizers (picture) which he had permanently installed in the wadi. It rained so much and so violently that the low areas partly turned into lakes; that the masses of water washed away the freshly planted potatoes.
In den ersten Jahren kam es immer wieder zu Zusammenstößen mit den Nomaden, die ihre Herden über die frisch angelegten Felder führten. Lange und zähe Verhandlungen waren nötig, um den Stammesältesten dazu zu bringen, das Experiment in Djanan zu unterstützen.
Djanan - how Madjid named his paradise garden - is now in his seventh year. The climate in the region has been stable since the first operation in 2004. It rains sufficiently, the reservoirs are filled, the groundwater level has recovered 30 meters. The price for desert truffles has fallen from 80 to 8 € per kilo. The people in the region thank Allah - and that is a good thing. So Madjid can work in peace.
So far Djanan has been a private project. A new cycle will start in 2011 and the project will open to the outside world. To show the world what is possible - and to teach interested people how to do it.
A second building was erected on the site to serve as a barn for equipment and also as the first accommodation for guests. The outer walls are standing, roof and interior fittings have been commissioned. This will be the last conventional building on the site. In the course of 2010, apartments will be added from sandbags in "dust-bag" dome construction. A first step towards a holistic answer to the question of how we will live in the future. Sustainability, simplicity, closeness to nature and efficiency at all levels.
Djanan gets a hectare of vines. In the past season Madjid has cut back the cultivation of vegetables in favour of the trees. They are easier to maintain and bring one closer to the goal of a stable microclimate than agriculture.
The refugee issue is also slowly coming to the fore - not only in the form of "harragas", which sometimes find work in Madrid's fields for a few days or weeks.
Video – eine Vision wird wahr
When I first heard Madjid speak, I thought: the man carries paradise in his heart - and my own decade-long search for technologies that would make it possible to create paradise on earth seemed almost ridiculous to me. I had overlooked something crucial.
The more I learned from Madjid about Djanan, the clearer it was: this is not just about technology. It's about learning in advance how to find paradise in your own heart. It goes without saying that this paradise does not manifest itself without work. Madjid often said: I am like a salad - I carry my heart in my head. That's the thing
Be like salad ... Carry your heart in your head
Im Jahr 2004 nahm in Algerien etwas seinen Anfang, das das Antlitz Afrikas verändern wird.
Wir kennen die Wüste von Bildern – von der Sonne verbranntes Geröll; Karawanen auf den Kämmen von Dünen. Vereinzelt eine Oase vielleicht, oder doch nur eine Fata Morgana. Dass hier einmal etwas wachsen soll erscheint undenkbar.
For the scientist trained in the West, desert greening is a question of technology, control and the use of energy. Stone can be crushed, salted sand washed, sea water desalinated and transported through pipelines: Greenhouses with high-tech silane-based films can air-condition huge areas without being burned by the sun. Leaf fertilizers and effective microorganisms ensure growth until the humus layer has regenerated. A beautiful vision of what is feasible - let's call it a mirage of the mind.
Madrid's open heart brought two other things into his life which are now an inseparable part of the project: a science pursued in the western world which is close to nature, which draws abundance from the self-organization of nature and has what it takes to lead people into independence and self-sufficiency. And the turn to the African refugees who travel through the south of Algeria to make their fortune in Europe - who at best expect the hospitality of a refugee home, at worst the death in the Mediterranean. The desire to give these people a perspective in their own homeland, to teach them how to make a home out of the desert, became an integral part of Djanan's vision.
It is these three strands that are to be woven here into a future perspective! Refugees from the spiritual violence of Western industrial society meet refugees from the physical violence of Africa - in a garden created by a child from both continents.
If the results can be repeated in practice as desired, serious researchers will sooner or later discover the connections and finally be able to explain the previously misunderstood and put it into an acceptable context.
They learn here that the production of natural and sustainable rain without chemicals and electrical energy is also possible in drought and desert areas.
This has made it possible to push back the desert, recultivate land and restore a healthy local and regional climate.
Desert Greening,uses not only the technique of natural rain production, but also various proven methods of life energetic activation of water, soil and plants.
This interaction creates the basis for a wide-ranging revitalization of nature - even in areas where the natural foundations of life have largely collapsed: in deserts.
Das Projekt Desert Greening wurde 2004 in El Haouita/Algerien von Madjid Abdellaziz ins Leben gerufen. Damals wurde Algerien von einer schweren Dürre geplagt und die sich ausbreitende Wüste nahm den Menschen ihren Lebensraum.
The methods that Madjid Abdellaziz used to counteract these problems are summarized as integral environmental healing.
Among other things, Madjid Abdellaziz used a cloudbuster to W. Reich ein und erzeugte damit am 7. Juli 2005 erstmals in der algerischen Wüste in der Nähe von El Haouita Regen.
In the meantime not only Djanan, which the place where the project began was called, has been transformed into a blooming paradise, but the whole of Algeria benefits from a strongly rising groundwater level, record harvests and a repopulation of the desert.
The goal of the Desert Greenig project is the realization of the "Green wave". This is a green wave that will cross the Sahara from Morocco to Saudi Arabia. This green belt should counteract the problem of desertification and serve African refugees as a fertile habitat and thus as a basis for a self-sufficient life.
Madjid Abdellaziz developed the Sphere Harmonization System based on the findings of W.Reich, N.Tesla, V.Schauberger and his own research, which is already being used worldwide to harmonize the spheres. The generation of natural rain, however, is only one of many levels of action. A healing process is stimulated not only for the climate, but for the whole sphere, which can even solve social tensions. With the harmonization of the spheres a method was developed, which offers a worldwide urgently needed solution for the far-reaching problems of desertification, HAARP and chemtrails beyond the borders of the Dersert Greening project and thus represents an important contribution to world peace.