Element: Earth
(contact with nature)

We trample her every day - and yet it is so precious that we should carry her shoulder-high: the earth.

Without this "skin" of our planet, there would be no humans. The soil is essential to life for all living beings - even for fish.

Though the outermost layer of the earth's crust is only a few centimeters thick in many areas.

But what is Earth exactly? Earth consists of dead and living parts. The lifeless part of the earth's crust is made up of toweled rock - that is sand - clay, minerals as well as air and water put together.

That the earth is fertile, we owe the living beings in it: plants, animals, but also fungus and bacteria make sure, that the soil gets nutritious - by many complex chemical processes.

Earth is however not equal earth. This can already be seen with the naked eye: From deep black through orange to purple it can be colored.

The sand of the Australian mountain "Ayers Rock" is blood red. Yellow and red soils contain much more iron oxide, a chemical substance that contributes to coloring.

In the Canary Islands, the sand on the beaches is all black, because it ideveloped from grated cooled lava - and lava is black.

Element: Water
(contact with nature)

Water is a very mysterious substance. It is highly impressionable.

That is, it can receive and hold onto vibration.

Because of its high resonance capacity and sensitivity and an inner readiness to resonate, the water responds instantaneously to all types of sonic waves.

Vibrating water and earth make up the majority of mass in plants and animals.

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