Caring for Bees with the Help of Space

In recent decades, the direction of biodynamic agriculture, in which strong influences from space on Earth are used not only to grow crops but also all other products, has become increasingly popular. This means that the moon, all the planets, and even entire constellations of planets influence the earth\’s climate and send their intense energy to the earth, which affects the growth of plants and all animal life. The very strong influence of the planetary constellations is also seen in the life of honeybee colonies. If we pay attention to these cosmic influences on the life of the honey bee and understand them fully, we can facilitate and influence the workings of the hive by their powerful help.


If the bees are made more resilient and healthy, the honey yield will be greater and the quality and taste of the honey will be excellent. Colonies live in wicker baskets or box hives that are completely isolated from the outside world. To further protect them from the elements, the colony lines their dwellings with propolis to keep bad things away from the bees.


A direct link to the hive environment is established by the flying bees, or worker bees. If the beekeeper wants his colony to benefit from the strong cosmic forces, he must create with the bees the same kind of situation in which a grower or gardener takes care of plants. In other words, the beekeeper cultivates the soil as well. A powerful cosmic force permeates the earth from space along with the air and is absorbed by the plants. This cosmic force can be harnessed until the soil is further tilled. Beekeepers should also perform regular maintenance of hives and colonies. When the beekeeper opens the hive and breaks the propolis layer in the hive, a great commotion occurs in the hive, from which favorable cosmic forces can enter the bee colony and work there until the next hive inspection. In this way, the beekeeper is able to transmit beneficial cosmic forces and energies to the bees in a focused and thoughtful manner.