Derald George Langham

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Derald George Langham
Derald George Langham
Born (1913-05-27)May 27, 1913
Died (1991-05-01)May 1, 1991
Residence Wellton, AZ, United States
Nationality USA

My close proximity to the workings of Nature on a farm in Iowa, followed by academic training in agriculture at Iowa State university, and specialized training in genetics at Cornell University (Ph.D., 1939) provided a solid background for the responsibilities I undertook during World War II as head of an international crash program in plant breeding, with headquarters in Venezuela. During those years of intense activity in the creation of high yielding varieties of plants, I was in constant contact with youth on a purposeful mission of food production, of scientific research, of self-education, of business endeavors, of training in leadership, and of family livings, and thereby gained invaluable experience in human nature. In the 1950s Dr. Derald Langham, agricultural geneticist and author of Circle Gardening, developed the Genesa Concept "as a model that can carry us from one learning experience to another, integrate the known, and probe into the unknown". His Genesa Crystal mirrors the cellular pattern of an embryonic living organism after the third cell division. At this eight cell stage the cellular structure of all life forms is identical.

Dr. Langham saw this eight cell cluster as a point of full, infinite potential. He felt that it held "the full potential for infinite love, for infinite wisdom, for infinite form, for infinite energy, for infinite power, for the Soul, for eternal time, for infinite velocity, for infinite faith. It has all your goals, your desires, your motivations - even life itself". He believed that Genesa Crystals "make visible the invisible, make visible the geometry of the energy fields that envelope our 3rd dimensional system and penetrate it to the core".