The application of the Keshe Foundation GANS Plasma Technology to prevent and overcome the African Swine Fever and the blue ear disease the large-scale farm trial in China

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times April 2019

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Test site: Pig farm with a building holding 829 pigs, aged 50-days-old, with average weight of 25kg.

Test carried out by the request of the Chinese government officials with Keshe Foundation providing the material and farmers applying the plasma technology.

Collaboration: Keshe Foundation scientist, the management of the farm, their specialists, farm workers and the renowned Chinese professor supervising the process in live animal husbandry.

The pig farming company owning and operating multiple farms with 2 million pigs in China.

Test date: 19th January 2019 to 3th February 2019


The success of the first two trials of treating the African swine fever by Keshe Foundation, has attracted the attention of relevant department in pig farming sector in China.


In the first trial carried out by the Keshe Foundation, the GANS plasma technology was applied on a pig which for 3 months was suffering from the ASF. In this case the farmer was supplied with the GANS plasma water and applied it accordingly to the received instructions. Within 3 days, the first signs of recovery were observed and within 7 days, the pig did not show any signs of the fever and entered full recovered (full case documented in Appendix A).


The second trial demonstrated the successful reversal and prevention in pigs infected by the ASF, treated within the first two days of detecting the condition. When the symptoms of vomiting and lack of appe- tite were first discovered by the farmer in his small 30 pigs’ farm, the GANS plasma technology was immediately administrated by him. The farm was located in the highly infected ASF area and the farmer is one of the knowledge seekers, following the Keshe Foundation. He contacted the Foundation and requested help, and so the GANS materials were immediately delivered to him. The pig farm and all the pigs were immediately sprayed and watered, by the farmer, with the revolutionary GANS plasma water. The farmer immediately noticed the stoppage of the spreading of the virus to the rest of his pigs and after two weeks of not observing any symptoms of the virus, he manage to sell his pigs on the market (full case documented in Appendix B).


Following the success of the first and the second trial, the Keshe Foundation keept the Chinese government officials informed and aware of their achievements and requested for a larger test trial, this time to be observed and controlled by independent observers and officials. In mid-January, the Keshe Foundation was notified by the leading professor appointed by government, to be ready for an 80-pigs test trial. In response, the Foundation prepared materials ready for this trial case.

A meeting with industry experts was arranged by the National Security Department. After explaining in detail, the principle of plasma technology to eliminate viruses and the process of applying the plasma technology, the professor arranged for the Keshe Foundation to visit a farm, belonging to a large pig company in China, which was infected by the ASF virus. The professor and the CEO of the company in writing confirmed to the Keshe Foundation that in one of their farms, a number of pigs were tested positive for the ASF. The professor and the government officials requested the Keshe Foundation to undertake a larger than originally plannedA meeti trial, involving 829 animals. The Keshe Foundation representative, together with the afore-mentioned professor, the CEO, the general manager and the team of technicians and farmers, attended the infected farm on Saturday, 19th January 2019. This farming company, in 2018 bred and sold more than 2 million pigs. The professor informed the Keshe Foundation officials that the company lost thousands of pigs in the past months since the out-break of the virus in China, which has had a serious impact on the company's business.

On attending the farm by the Keshe Foundation and the management of the company, the process of reversal and prevention was immediately implemented. It was then left to the management, the workers and the technicians of the company to observe and document the outcomes of the initiated process. The Keshe Foundation visited the farm the following Saturday and the company was happy with the outcomes.

After 14 days of the start of the trial, the Keshe Foundation and the management of the company met on the 28th January, in the presence of the Chairman, at the headquarter of the company. Based on the success of the initial trials, the company requested from the Keshe Foundation to provide materials, for the prevention of the ASFV and the Blue ear virus, for one of their mother pig farms, where they had positively identified the ASF virus. The GANS water material for this purpose was delivered to the company on February 3rd and was applied on the cohort of 1000 pregnant pigs. At the time of compiling this report (13th February), the Keshe Foundation has not received any reports from the company on any losses or cases of infection on the farm.



African swine fever virus is a large enveloped double stranded DNA virus that is the sole member of the genus Asfivirus within the family Asfarviridae (Asfar = African swine fever and related viruses). African swine fever virus is the only known DNA arbovirus and is transmitted by soft ticks of the genus Ornithodoros. Virus strains are distinguished by their virulence to swine, which ranges from highly lethal to subclinical infection. Virus strains can also be differentiated by their genetic sequences, and various virus-encoded genes, including P72 (also referred to as P73) that can be used for genotyping the virus; however, the genomic diversity of the virus in the nature, remains to be thoroughly characterized. The genome of African swine fever virus contains a unique complement of multigene families.


Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS), also called Porcine Blue Ear disease, is a highly contagious disease caused by porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus. Concomitant as lower reproductive, difficult breathing and blue or purple ear, and causing other infectious diseases are its main characteristics. Porcine blue ear disease virus is a single-stranded RNA virus, which lacks a corrective mechanism in the process of viral infection and replication and produces a high mutation rate of offspring virus. The mutation rate of PRRS is 1,000 times higher than that of other DNA viruses, 1 million times faster than the mammalian genome.


A new discovery and understanding

The new GANS plasma technology of the Keshe Foundation was developed for deep space virus applications and as reported on in this document, successfully resolves the AFS and PRRS virus cases.

In collaboration between the Keshe Foundation’s and the South Sierra Leone University’s scientists, through testing and confirmation of the effectiveness of plasma technology in Ebola virus trials in Africa, it has become clear that the new space plasma technology is very effective when dealing with viruses.

Up to now, the world of science had problems in understanding the operation, working and effects of viruses on human and animal cells. Modern medicine developed antibiotics to deal with the infected cells, but we never fully understood the working of cells which are infected by a virus. Plasma science educates us that we have to look at viruses as energy packages which link and attach themselves to organic cells and until all the energy of this energy pack is used, the signs of the virus will be present in that cell in the human or animal body.

The new space technology by the Keshe Foundation, through the application of plasma energy packs produced by the GANS material, has the ability to deplete the energy of the virus that attached itself to the amino acid or to the cell, by creating a condition that causes the virus to immediately disappear from the affected cell.

Where, the energy of the virus is now in much weaker strength is delivery to the GANS plasma which does not bear any strength of the original virus. Where the virus energy is broken up into a weaker field in the GANS plasma.

With this depletion of the energy from the virus, the virus lives behind damage cells which can lead to secondary infections and at the same time, due to the depletion of the stronger strand of the virus, the energy which remains in some cells, behaves and becomes the second weaker virus in the energy magnetic field strength, which affects the RNA of the animals. The weak strand RNA, now manifest itself in some of the weak cells or new cells as an RNA virus, known as Blue ear. The new RNA strand of virus now creates a secondary virus known as Blue ear virus. Then the new strand of virus, attaches itself to new cells and leads to a creation and observation of high temperature and fever, after the first temperature caused by the African swine fever virus.

Continuous application of a new GANS plasma technology with the weaker strength GANS water to match the strength of the Blue ear fever to be fed for the second time to the animals to deplete the energy of the new virus involving to new Blue ear virus and totally eradicate the new virus.

As in the case of the African swine fever, this new eradicated secondary virus leaves some damaged cells in the body of the animal, which these damaged cells lead to the manifestation of secondary infection, as in the same as with African Swine fever, which these new damaged cells leads to manifestation of second cycle of high temperature in the body of the animal.

Therefore, M.T. Keshe uses a third new GANS plasma strength material in the strength of the antibiotic. This third GANS by test in laboratories in Europe supports that this GANS is many times more powerful than any antibiotic, in giving to the animals during the two infections period of the African swine fever and to Blue ear fever in the body of animals will reduce and eliminate the fever.

M.T. Keshe has suggested and showed in the 829 pigs’ trial that the introduction of the GANS plasma water to the environment of the whole pig farm building, immediately converts the African swine fever and consequently the manifestation of the Blue ear virus. Usage of the plasma water for infection control in one of the trial groups, overcame the virus and its infection.

The company was advised to provide amoxicillin in the section three and four and that in 7 days, saved the life of all the infected animals in the control groups in the building.

Within 14 days of application there is no sign of the virus or fever in any of the infected animals in the farm house. Prior to the application of the plasma technology, all the animals were showing the symptoms of high temperature and fever.

This is a major breakthrough in the world of science and from this point onwards makes it possible to handle and overcome any viruses infecting animals or humans. The solution is to find the strength of the virus and simply develop a weaker strand of the same strength. So that, as the virus delivers its energy to new GANS plasma water it losses its strength/energy and leaves no signs of the virus. This is a major breakthrough in the world of science and a new understanding of the work of viruses in the space which now is unraveled by the Iranian nuclear physics, expert in the Space plasma technology. The development and application of the new plasma material known as Gas in Nano-state Solid (GANS) was successfully tested in a number of trials in China in the areas of agriculture thus increasing the harvest, and in medical applications of the technology through European-certified health systems.

Notes: It has to be understood, in the GANS plasma technology, the high strength energy magnetic gravitational fields always feed the lower strength magnetic fields of the same, to bring the interaction of the two into balance. Therefore, large amount of same strength always feeds its energy to the lower amount of the same strength. Therefore, in viruses, the virus energy pack has to find a matching field in the amino acid spectrum strength to be able to interact and lock into one of the elements of the amino acid. (O or H, N and C). Understanding that all the elements of the amino acid of every cell are not of the same strength explains why the viruses can attach themselves to different animals or humans and only affect certain animals or species and cannot cross to other animals.

The second aspect which can now be answered is that now that the higher strength of the virus strand is consumed, the weaker strand attaches itself through the RNA strength, to the stronger element of the amino acid of the protein. In that process, as it is closer to the stronger element of the protein, the exchange of the energy of the virus to the protein is less and so this leads to a weaker and less damage to the cells of the body of the animal. Therefore, the animal can live longer life, but still shows the effect of the same virus or the mutation of it, if the strength of the weaker strand of the virus is at the same strength of the RNA as that of the weaker DNA strenghth. Therefore, the weaker strand RNA energy strength in having the matching strength to the heavier element of the protein, now locks into the animal cell as a weaker strand of the same virus, or similar to another virus strand strength can manifest itself and a totally new virus can be observed.

It has to be understood that in plasma technology when we use the term ‘GANS plasma water’, this water is not plain water, but it carries plasmatic magnetic fields potential. This means that when we use GANS Plasma water as feeding water or spraying water, it affects the entire environment even several meters around the application area by covering it with the magnetic fields of plasma, and not only the area that is in direct contact with it. The GANS plasma water makes a magnetic, energetic field connection with the surrounding environment and can cover the whole area and not only the area which is watered with it.

Therefore, when we spray or feed the animals, the field of the GANS plasma water spans across the whole body of the animal, without going through the blood or lymph circulation. Therefore the interaction in the body of the animal or in the environment treated with the GANS plasma water is instantaneous. As a result, the effect of the plasma water in the given environment, can last for weeks and months.



Fig. 1. Conversations for preparing the trial.

On January 17th, 2019, the Keshe Foundation received confirmation that a pig farm infected with the ASFV was found for testing. The initial communication with the Keshe Foundation was to prepare the farm to receive and apply the new material. The instruction was given for the farm to prepare a number of 50-liter plastic buckets, each with a tap positioned at one third height from the bottom of the bucket (Fig 1. - A).

Conversation’s translation (Fig 1. – A):

A: Good morning, Director Zhou told me that on Saturday, we will go with you to the farm. Can I know the details of the arrangement? Mr. Keshe wants to stay there for couple of days to see the preliminary test results.

A: We need the farm to prepare four, 50-liter buckets as showed in the picture above, the tap should be positioned one-third from the bottom of the bucket.

A: We need four groups of pigs to do the test, keep the sick ones in the old environment, we need to deal with the environment.

Additional information

In addition to the process and treating the infected pigs, we suggested that the farm can sterilize the flesh of sick and dead pigs with the GANS water to test if it eliminates the virus from the flesh of the animal, which can prevent the infected meat from entering the food chain (Fig 1. – B).

Conversation translation (Fig 1. – B):

A: Is it possible to prepare some flesh from the dead pigs, when we arrive there on Saturday? We want to test if the virus in the meat can be killed by just treated it with GANS water.

B: Sick pigs need to be buried to follow the regulation.

A: He just wants to test before you bury them. He promises that he will not eat it.

A: This is important for the security of the food chain.


Fig. 2. Confirming the ASFV was detected in the target farm

On January 18th, 2019, the basic information on the pig farm was provided to the Keshe Foundation and the professor appointed by the government and General Manager of the company, confirmed that the ASFV laboratory blood test was positive.

Before the onset of the virus, it was confirmed that there were 829 piglets in the farm building. These pigs were around 50-days-old and weighed, on average, around 25 kg. By January 18th, there were about 810 piglets left, as 19 pigs already died in the first 24 hours.

Clinical symptoms began to appear in the farm building on January 16th, and blood samples of 10 pigs were tested in laboratory on January 17th. The results confirmed the presence of the African swine fever virus.

From January 17th, pigs in the farm began to die: 7 pigs died on January 17th, 10 died on January 18th and 19 died on January 19th, before the Keshe Foundation team arrived at the pig house, at 2PM.

Conversation’s translation (Fig. 2):

A: Were those pigs checked for the virus before our trial?

B: Let me check.

B: Already confirmed by laboratory means.

A: May I ask how many pigs were there to test?

C: Total 810, sampled test, so it is not exactly certain which pig were sick.

C: They are piglets, about 50-days-old, weighing around 25kg.

C: There is a building nearby, which also has more than 800 pigs, around 130-days-old, not showing sickness yet. This building needs prevention, very close, just 8 meters away.

C: No, they showed clinical symptoms the day before yesterday, and hence sent the samples to the laboratory to test, the result shows ASFV positive.

B: Should we focused on prevention tomorrow?

C: The process is human isolation, pig pens isolation, and environment disinfection.

I think these 800 pigs to do the process, and the other 800 is to do the prevention.


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On site

The Keshe Foundation officials were picked up by the professor and driven three hours to the city nearby the farm. At arrival, introducing the CEO and the General manager and the local stuff of the company.

Mr. Keshe, the founder of the Keshe Foundation arrived at the hotel at 10:30 on January 19th, where he had a meeting with the managers and staff of the pig farm company to understand their situation and he explained the application scheme and principles of the new GANS plasma technology.

Arriving at the pig farm around 1pm, we observed that one or two pigs were dead in each pen due to the virus and some of them had not been moved out of the pen (as can be seen in some of the pictures below). The Keshe Foundation team immediately took videos and notes of the sick pigs.

Most of the pigs were inactive, we could observe the high temperature from the color from the skin (Bright red color as was pointed out by the staff of the company due to fever). Most of the pigs were huddled together, some pens had the traces of vomit on the ground, and the excrement of the pigs was inside the pens. The smell of the place was so bad that we felt uncomfortable in the throat and lungs after a while, one could smell the death in the farm house. Some pigs were very thin and sick.

In the last picture (Fig 3. – J) on the right, one can see the dead animals were placed in bags for disposal.

Start of on-site process to reverse the virus
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Due to the limited raw materials brought in by the Keshe Foundation - as the original plan by the profes- sor was to process 80 pigs at a different site - we had to improvise to cover as many pigs as we could and at the same time create separate application and control for maximum coverage of the whole pig house of 810 pigs.

Therefore Mr. Keshe decide to divide the whole pigsty into five sections and apply different process to each section.

As in Fig. 4, from the entrance, the furthest 6 pens including both left side and right side, that is pens No.17 to No.22, were labeled as Section 1. The following 6 pens, that is No.14, No.15, No.16, No.23, No.24 and No.25 were assigned to Section 2. The next 6 pens, including No.11, No.12, No.13, No.26, No.27 and No.28 pens, were marked as Section 3. Pen No.3 to No.10 and No.29 to No.36 constituted Section 4. The first pen on the right side of the entrance - pen No.37 - was designated as the sick bay, where all the sick animals from all the pens were isolated before dying. Pen No.2 was designated as the dead animals’ storage, with animals temporarily packed in plastic bags.

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Fig 4. Division of pens into the five sections.

Sections 1 to Section 4, were isolated from each other by placing a large plastic sheet across the building (as depicted in Fig 5. – A).

Section 1 was then cleaned of any animal waste (Fig 5. – B) and then sprayed with the specific GANS water mixture, labeled as W (collected from the top of the plastic container) with the animals inside. The entire surface of the bodies of the animals located in this section were sprayed with the ‘W plasma water’ (Fig 5. – C).
Fig 5 - A + B
Then the 139 animals in this section were feed every 6 hours, three times a day, with a GANS water mixture marked as ‘F1 plasma water’ (Fig 5. – D).
Fig 5. Processes of applying the GANS plasma water.

At the same time, the dead pigs and those with severe symptoms were removed. The body temperature of random pigs was measured (Fig 6. – A), and the pigs which body temperature was tested were marked (Fig 5. – B).

Fig 6. Measuring the body temperature of pigs, on January 19th, 2019.

There were 24 pigs in pen No.17, 2 pigs were seriously sick and hence were moved out, with 22 pigs left. The body temperature of the four chosen pigs was 40.5, 40.4, 39.6 and 39.7 degrees Celsius, respectively (Fig 7 – C).

Pen No.18, originally had 26 pigs, with one removed due to sickness, leaving it with 25 pigs. The body temperature of the two randomly selected pigs was 41 and 40 degrees Celsius, respectively (Fig 7. – B).

Pen No.19, had 3 dead pigs and one with a fractured leg, so there were 22 pigs left in total in this section. The body temperature of the two selected pigs was 40.3 and 39.9 degrees Celsius, respectively (Fig 7. – A).

Pen No.20, originally had 23 pigs, one dead animal was removed and there were 22 left. The body temperature of the five randomly selected pigs was 41, 40.5, 40.4, 40.2 and 39.7 degrees Celsius, respectively (Fig 7. – D).

Pen No.21, originally had 25 pigs, no pigs removed. The body temperature of the four selected pigs was 41, 40.4, 39.5 and 39.2 degrees Celsius respectively (Fig 7. – E).

Pen No.22, originally had 23 pigs, there were 22 left after the removal of one seriously sick pig. The body temperature of the three chosen pigs was 41.8, 40.2 and 39.9 degrees Celsius, respectively (Fig 7. – F).

The number of pigs in these 6 pens totaled to 145 prior to the removal of diseased and dead pigs, which left 139 pigs at the start of the trial in this section (Fig 7. – A).

The normal body temperature of a healthy pig is below 39.5, and hence most of the measured pigs showed first signs of fever.

After taking body temperature measurements, both the pigsty and the pig were sprayed, and pigs were fed with GANS water. The blood samples were collected after one hour from the first feeding of pigs with GANS water.

From pen No.17, blood sample of one of the pigs was collected and the test tube number is 674-1-1. The same was done for pen No.18 and the test tube number is 939-2-1. Sample from a pig in pen No.19 has the test tube number 855-1-1.

From pen No.20, two pigs’ blood samples were collected, and each sample was divided into two parts. For pig No. 1, one blood sample was labeled as 900-4-1, the other sample had ‘F1 GANS’ water added to it to test the effect of the GANS water on blood (sample labeled as 932-4-1-F1). For pig No.2, one blood sample was labeled as 940-4-2, to the other one ‘W GANS’ water was added to test the effect of the GANS plasma water on blood. The second test tube number was labeled as 879-4-2-W.

In the pen No.20, one of the pig’s blood was collected, the test tube number is 912-5-1.

From pen No. 22, one pig’s blood sample was collected, and it was divided into two parts. One sample was labeled 953-6-1, the other had ‘F2 GANS’ water added to test the effect of the GANS water on blood. The second test tube was label as 612-6-1-F2.

Control group blood samples were bundled together, and on the same night, 10 blood samples were placed in a paper box and sent to the laboratory for testing.

As it was explained in the introduction to the GANS plasma technology, it should now be understood that the GANS waters added to a number of blood samples sent to the laboratory for testing for the presence of the virus; the plasmatic fields in these test tubes affects all the blood samples and negative results were expected for the presence of ASF and PRRS viruses.

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Fig 7. Original record of pig numbers, temperature measurement and blood samples from the six pens of section one.

On the night, after spraying and feeding pigs with GANS water, the piglets quietly laid down togethern (Fig 8. – A, B).

Fig 8. Piglets laid down quietly after GANS water feeding.

All the sick pigs from the other untreated areas were moved to the pen No. 37 by the entrance and were sprayed and fed with the ‘W GANS water’ only.

At this point, the full length of the central corridor was sprayed with the ‘W GANS water’ twice to change the whole environment of the building.

For the frequent use of the GANS water in tanks, the GANS water needs to remain still for 6 hours for the GANS to settle at the bottoms of the tank. Then the energized water, which gained the magnetic and gravitational field strength of the GANS, is ready to be used for the next batch of feeding and spraying of the farm building.

Due to the large number of animals that escalated from 80 to more than 800, the GANS plasma water production could not fully meet the demand of the pig farm. Therefore, the original water feeding system of the pig farm was turned on after one night, and the pigs drank both, the normal water from the pipes and the GANS water. Therefore, the lack of availability of sufficient amounts of GANS water to feed the animals with, has extended the process by couple of days.

On January 19th, The record was written for the comparation the food consumption in the future that all pigs were fed with 14 packs of food and the Section 1 consumed only 3 packs of food.


On site

At 1pm on January 20th, 2019 the status of the pigs was assessed. Piglets were still dying in untreated areas, but the numbers were lower than in the previous day (Fig 9 – A, B).

The treated pigs in Section 1 were active during the GANS water feeding (Fig 10. – A). The piglets laid still together after drinking the GANS water (Fig 10. – B).

Fig 9. Pigs which died on January 20 th , 2019.
Fig 10. Piglets drank and then lied down after drinking GANS water, on Jan 20th 2019.
Fig 11: The pigs in the sick pen, on January 20th 2019.

Pigs in the sick pen (pen No.37) were very weak and continuously dying.

The body temperature of the pigs on the farm, was continuous monitored during the trial.

In Pen No.17, one pig which was previously tested had a body temperature of 41 degrees Celsius.

In pen No.18, one pig which was previously tested had a temperature of 40.1 degrees Celsius and another randomly sampled pig had a body temperature of 39 degrees Celsius. Therefore, the first signs of the effectiveness of the GANS plasma water on animals started to show in the drop of the body temperatures to 39 degrees Celsius.

Fig 12: Conversation regarding retesting of the blood samples and keeping them separate

In pen no.22 one pig which was tested before, was measured to have a body temperature of 40 degrees Celsius.

One day since the start of the processing, most of the pigs remained feverish and were not yet showing any signs of recovery.

The test results of the first batch for all 10 blood samples collected on the 19th was reported by phone from the laboratory in the afternoon of January 20th. We were told that for all the samples the African swine fever virus was negative, but what was more peculiar was that the virus reference control samples in the laboratory, had also failed to detect African swine fever virus.

In response, Mr. Keshe explained (please read the note in the introduction of the new technology in respect to the influence of the fields of the GANS plasma water on its environment) that the GANS plasma depletes the energy of the virus through the interaction of the fields of the water and the virus to GANS plasma water. Therefore, the GANS water which was added into couple of the blood sample tubes has affected the virus present in all the 10 test tubes by neutralizing it. Therefore, in the laboratory tests not only the blood samples shipped to the laboratory showed no signs of the virus but al- so all the other samples brought together with them, were tested as negative due to the GANS plasma water depleting the virus in all the samples.

The same result was observed in the agriculture section of the application of GANS water, where the seeds watered with the GANS water and the neighboring seeds that were only watered with standard water, grow at the same rate. Only the referenced sample that was 100 meters away, has shown far lower growth than the GANS-watered section. Therefore, the GANS water affects the entire environment of the virus, and not only where it comes in direct contact with it. 

Therefore, it is advisable that the subsequent samples for the control group, are kept at all time at a distance of more than one meter apart from the samples from the treatment group or those that have GANS water added directly to them (Fig 12).

Conversation’s translation (Fig. 12):

A: Mr. Keshe suggest that you keep those 10 blood samples and also the control blood and try to get a new control blood sample. If you can test positive for the new control blood samples, and those other 10 samples still keep negative, then this can also explain how the plasma field changed the blood samples.

A: Your laboratory should strictly separate any blood samples processed by our technology, the needles needs to be separated and need to separate the samples during the transportation by a minimum distance of one meter. A: Take blood samples every day, at the same time, so it is the time to take blood test this afternoon again.

B: Already arranged to take blood samples again this afternoon. Thank you.

The Keshe Foundation team left the farm at 3pm on January 20th, 2019. It was requested by Mr. Keshe to carry on with the processing of the 6 pens in Section 1, and of those pigs in the sick pen – to spray the ‘W GANS water’ on the pigsty, corridors and the body of pigs, three times a day; also to feed the pigs in Section 1 with ‘F1 GANS water‘, three times a day and to fed pigs in the sick bay with the ‘W GANS water' all the times.

On the evening of January 20th, 2019, a weak pig was reported dead in Pen No.17. The dead body was sent to the laboratory to check for the presence of African swine fever virus and for the first time the laboratory confirmed the presence of the Blue ear disease as the cause of death. This confirmed Mr. Keshe’s theory of a change of a double strand DNA virus to a single strand RNA virus, where previously there were no signs and no confirmation by the farm or the laboratory of any Blue ear virus case.

On January 20th, 2019, blood was collected again from pigs in the first test section.

Fig 13. One pig died in pen No.17, on January 20 th , 2019.


Fig 14. Empty disinfected Section 2.

On January 21st, Mr. Keshe on return to Beijing, asked for an implementation of a buffer section between Section 1 and the other pigs, which were not processed.

Therefore, the farming team moved out all the pigs in the 6 pens next to Section 1, to Section 4, this included pen No.14, No.15, No.16, No.23, No.24 and No.25. The floor and the ceiling of these pens, marked as Section 2 in Fig. 4, were cleaned with normal water and then sprayed with ‘W GANS water’, and also separated from Section 3 with plastic sheets for total isolation.

Because the hog house is a large open space, even though isolated with plastic film, there is no way to completely seal sections of it, as some air can still float between. The personnel multiple times a day walks through all the areas using the central corridor and hence walks between the infected pig pens and the test trial area. Therefore, a buffer section was established to reduce the possibility of transportation of the viruses from one section to the other. Section 2 is sprayed once a day with ‘W GANS water’ for disinfection and protection.

Every day the central corridor was sprayed three times a day, with ‘W GANS water’.

The instruction was given by Mr. Keshe to create a third section to test the effect of the different GANS strength on pigs. The farming team separated six more pens adjacent to the Section 2 and isolated them with plastic sheets. This section covers pen No.11, No.12, No.13, No.26, No.27, and No.28 and was marked as Section 3 of the trial area (Fig 15 – A, B).

In this section, the procedure was slight different and involved spraying the pens once a day with the ‘W GANS water‘ to neutralize the field of the viruses, and at the same time once a day spraying of the pigs’ body and feeding them with the ‘W GANS water’ (Fig 15 – A, B).

The total numbers of pigs in this section at the outset of the segregation was 131 pigs, after moving all the sick pigs out into the sick pen and washing the pigs and the pens with the ‘W GANS plasma water’.

The breakdown of the number of pigs in each pen was as followed: 18 pigs in pen No.11, 23 pigs in pen No.12, 21 pigs in pen No.13, 25 pigs in pen No.26, 22 pigs in pen No.27, and 22 pigs in pen No.28.

Fig 15: Instructions of procedures for Sections 2 and 3.

Conversation’s translation (Fig. 15):

A: Tomorrow, please move out the pigs in the 6 pig pens of the third section , and use our ‘W GANS water’ to disinfect it, and choose 60 to 70 pigs in good condition, send them back to 3 of the 6 pens, keeping 3 pens toward the entrance empty. Spray the pig pens in Section 2 and Section 3 once a day with ‘W GANS water’ and spray the body of pigs in Section 3 also once a day. Also feed the pigs in Section 3 with the ‘W water’. Please notice it is the ‘W water’ and one needs to hold the water still for 6 hours, until it has no floating blue particles, and only then can use the water to feed the pigs. You can move one bucket from Section 1 to Section 3.

A: Keep spraying the pens and pigs and feed the pigs in Section 1, three times per day before Wednesday.

A: Everyday, check if the temperature of the pigs dropped.

A: If any pig dies in the test area, please take pictures.

A: Now the second isolation section is empty. Is the third section cleaned and disinfected and the healthy pig put back?

A: Pay attention to the top of the plastic film where the air can come in, spray more times, and all the ventilation openings also need to be sprayed every day.

B: The third isolation section, we are still working on it, but those pigs in Section 3 have nowhere to go, because the pigs in Section 2 are already moved to Section 4. If we move all the pigs from Section 3, it is too much, cannot put into.

B: Can we move all the sick and week pigs from Section 3 to Section 4?

A: Yes, but the floor needs to be washed with water, then pick out all the sick and weak pigs in Section 3 and move to the sick pen and send those healthy pigs back into Section 3 after disinfection. Do not put any pigs in Section 2 now.

The remaining pig pens, pigs of which were not given or sprayed with any GANS water, were called Section 4. The only process of keeping the spreading of the virus under control was spraying of the central corridor area with the ‘W GANS plasma water’. This proves that a change to the environment can prevent the pigs from getting infected, only by breathing and being in the environment of the fields.

On 21st Jan, the lab test result of the blood samples from the feverish pigs’, taken on January 20th, showed negative results for African swine fever virus (Fig. 16 and Fig. 17). The pathological test result for the pig that died in pen No.17 on the 19th of January, also gave negative for the African swine fever virus.

Fig 16. Confirming the blood test result is ASFV negative.

May I know the test result of blood?

Please share the test result in time after it comes out, as a reference to adjustment of the test process.

The test result is negative, but we are not sure if those pigs were infected originally.

Fig 17. Confirm the blood test, taken from the pigs that had fever before, was negative.

On January 21st, there was no death in the test area Sections 1 and 3. Seven pigs died in Section 4 and 12 died in the sick pig pen. The whole pig farm was fed with 18 packs of food. Section 1 was fed with 3 packets of 40 kilogram per pack.


On site

On January 22nd, the principle of the process was further explained to the company (Fig. 18. – A, B, C).

Fig 18. Explaining the principle of the process.
Fig 19: Temperature measured in different sections on January 22 nd , 2019.
Fig 20. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus was found in blood test.

A wet towel soaked in the ‘W GANS water’ was hang at the entrance to prevents the virus from entering. A basin was placed on the floor, and filled with the ‘W GANS water’, so that people on entering or leaving soaked their waterproof shoes in that water to avoid bringing the virus into or out of the pig house.

The body temperature of pigs in various sections was taken on January 22nd. In Section 1, the temperature of the pigs in pen No.17 was 41 and 40.5 degrees Celsius respectively; in pen No.18, it was 40.3 and 40.6 degrees Celsius respectively; in pen No.19, measured at 39.7 and 39.9 degrees Celsius respectively; in pen No.20 was 39.8 and 40 degrees Celsius respectively ; in pen No.21, measured at 40.4 and 41 degrees Celsius respectively; in pen No.22, it was 39.8 and 40.7 degrees Celsius respectively. In pen No.26 of Section 3, it was 39.7, 40.3, 41, and 40.6 degrees Celsius respectively. In pen No.36 of section four, it was 39.8, 40.5, 40.2, 40.8 degrees Celsius respectively (Fig 19). In conclusion, the body temperature of the pigs has not yet decreased significantly.

The farm notified that another virus - Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus, was found in blood samples taken on January 21s (Fig. 20.).

Conversation’s translation (Fig. 20):

A: The blood samples were yesterday sent for testing, we had checked for another kind of disease, called Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus. The test result showed positive. This disease can also cause fever in pigs.

B: Once the PRRS virus was infected by the pigs, the infection rate of blue ear disease was high. Once infected, it will spread to the whole pig farm fast. But the other virus, the infection rate is low, so it is hard to say which pigs were infected before. Mr. Keshe: Then how we know we have overcome this.

Mr. Keshe: Is blue virus or infection

B: Blue ear disease, Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS), transmission through the respiratory system to get infection. B: For fattening pigs, it is mainly caused respiratory diseases and respiratory disorders. B: African swine fever mainly caused elevating body temperature, sudden death, has low infection rate, but high mortality in infected pigs. Blue ear disease has high infection rate but has a relatively lower fatality rate.

Mr. Keshe brought an explanation on the Blue ear disease from the new plasma space science point of view (Fig. 21.).

Fig 21. Mr. Keshe explain the Blue ear disease.

The process of the Blue ear disease needed another GANS water with different strength. The delivery of the new mixture of the GANS material was arranged.

On January 22nd, one pig died in pen No.20 in Section 1, and one pig died in pen No.27 in Section 3. The dead body of the pig in pen No.20 had purple color (Fig. 22.).

Fig 22. Dead pig in pen No.22, January 22 nd , 2019.


On site

On January 23rd, since there was not much raw material left in the F1 GANS tank (Fig. 23.), it was suggested to divide a barrel of the W GANS raw material into two parts, and to add it to the F1 GANS raw material to enhance the effect of the GANS plasma water.

Fig 23. Levels of the F1 GANS remaining in buckets.

On 23rd of January, one pig died in pen No.20 in section one (Fig 24), one pig died in pen No.26 in section three, and one died in pen No.31 in section four.

On January 23rd, the whole group was fed 17 and a half packs, and more than 20 sick pigs were selected from the whole group of section 4 and moved to sick pen. There were about 40 sick pigs in the sick pen, most of which were alive. But there were still fever in the fourth section.

Fig 24. Pig died in Pen No.20 of Section 1, on January 23 rd , 2019.


On site

On January 24th, a new barrel of F1 GANS material was delivered to the farm (Fig 25). There were no casualties in Sections 1 and 3, but 8 pigs died in the sick pen.

Fig 25. New F1 GANS material delivered to the farm on January 24th, 2019.

After transferring the sick pigs, the number of pigs in each pen was as follows:

Fig 26. The number of pigs in each pen after removal out the sick pigs.

Section 1, 21 pigs in pen No.17, 25 pigs in pen No.18, 22 pigs in pen No.19, 21 pigs in pen No.20, 25 pigs in pen No.21, 22 pigs in pen No.22, totaling 135 pigs. The total loss in this section from the start of the trial was only 4.

Section 2 was empty.

Section 3, 18 pigs in pen No.11, 23 pigs in pen No.12, 21 pigs in pen No.13, 24 pigs in pen No.26, 21 pigs in pen No.27, 22 pigs in pen No.28, totaling 129 pigs. The total loss in this section was only 2.

Section 4, 36 pigs in pen No.3, 23 pigs in pen No.4, 39 pigs in pen No.5, 18 pigs in pen No.11, 40 pigs in pen No.6, 16 pigs in pen No.7, 44 pigs in pen No.8, 16 pigs in pen No.9, 23 pigs in pen No.10, 21 pigs in pen No.30, 19 pigs in pen No.31, 17 pigs in pen No.32, 46 pigs in pen No.33, 22 pigs in pen No.34, 22 pigs in pen No.35, 23 pigs in pen No.36, 35 pigs in pen No.37, totaling 464 pigs.

The total number of pigs in the whole farm was 728. The total loss of pigs in 8 days from the onset of the virus was 101.


On site

On January 25th, many of the pigs showed a decline in body temperature. Six pigs were tested in Sections one and three, and their body temperature was normal, but some pigs in Section four still had fever.

Only GANS water was used and no antibiotic in the section one and the section three and the sick pen and the section four were given antifebrile, Carbamazine calcium and Amoxicillin.

On January 25th, no losses in Section one and Section three, one pig died in Section four, and one died in the sick pen. The death rate has rapidly dropped.

Fig 27. The temperature of many of the pigs dropped.

On 25th January, the farmer decided to move one sick pig out from pen No.20 as it looked weak, walking unstably (Fig. 28).


On site

On January 26th, the Keshe Foundation team and the company manager returned to the test farm (Fig 29. – A). The whole pig farm was found to be active, the body temperature of the pigs in Sections 1 and 3 dropped and these pigs were more active than those from other sections. Some pigs in Section 4 were still feverish, and some pigs were huddled together. In the sick pen, some of the pigs were active and part of them huddled together (Fig. 29. – B, C, D, E, F).

Sample tests of two pigs’ body temperature in Section 1, was 39.3 and 39 degrees Celsius. The whole pig farm stank less, and the smell was not as uncomfortable in the throat as compared to the previous visit; and workers reported that clothes soaked in the GANS water can eliminate the stink. We were told on this day, when the general manager of the subsidiary returned to work on January 20th, he tested his clothes and found no virus on it.

On January 26th, two pigs died in sick pen and one died in pen No.12 in Section 3.

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Fig 29 . Returning back to the farm on January 26 th , 2019.
Fig 30. The farm company asked for help in eliminating the Blue ear virus.


On site

On January 27th, a new mixture of ‘F2 GANS material’ for the processing of the Blue ear disease, was delivered to the farm (Fig 31. – A), to be applied to those sick pigs in Section 3, pen No.20 in Section 1 and the pigs in the sick pen in Section 5; mainly targeted to eliminate bacterial infections caused by the Blue ear disease. The pigs in Section 5 were fed with the new ‘F2 GANS water’ and the ‘W GANS water’ separately (Fig 31. – B).

On January 27th, for the first time no death in the whole pig farm was recorded, including the sick pen.

This shows the correctness of the analysis of Mr. Keshe, that by using different mixture of GANSes on the farm, both Blue ear virus and bacterial infection can effectively and immediately be eradicated using the GANS plasma water.

Meeting at the headquarters of the farming company

Due to the successful results in the first week of eradicating African swine fever, on January 28th the management, the director, and the Chairman of the national organization owning the farm, asked for an immediate meeting with the Keshe Foundation representatives (Fig. 32).

In that meeting, it was agreed that the GANS water was effective and they would like to go to the next phase of applying the GANS water as prevention in a specific farm which held 1000 mother pigs. Some of the pigs were already ASFV-positive and the GANS plasma water material was to be delivered directly to the mother pig farm in that week.

Fig 31. The new F2 GANS material applied for the Blue ear disease on January 27 th , 2019.
Fig 32. Mr. Keshe visiting the pig company headquarters.

The translation of the writing on the LED panel:

“Fight against African swine fever, win the aggressive war of African swine fever”.

DAY 10

On site

On January 28th, two slim and weak pigs died in the sick pen (Fig 33), and one died in Section 4. The ‘F2 GANS water’ was fed to the pigs in pens which had dead pigs or pigs with the disease.

Fig 33. Two slim pigs died in the sick pen, on January 28 th .

DAY 11

On site

On January 29th, no death was recorded in the entire pig farm. After drinking the new ‘F2 GANS water’, pigs started to eat more food, and the pig farm showed more activity.

Fig 34. Pigs became better after being fed with the new F2 GANS plasma water.

DAY 12

On site

On January 30th, pigs with lung problems and breathing difficulties were moved from Section 4 to pen No.31 (Fig 35) and were fed twice a day with ‘F2 plasma water’ to see if the breathing improves.

Fig 35. Pen No.31 with pigs having lung and breathing problems.

The body temperature of the whole group of pigs was examined (Fig 36).

In Section 1, the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.17 was 39.61; the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.19 was 39.71; the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.21 was 39.628.

In Section 3, the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.12 was 39.4; and the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.28 was 39.6.

In Section 4, the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.33 was 39.7; the body temperature of one piglet in pen No.34 was 39.3; and the body temperature of two piglets in pen No.35 were 39.6 and 39.5.

The body temperature of two piglets in sick pen No.37 were 39.7g and 39.8, respectively.

The body temperature of the whole pig farm was between 39.5 to 39.7. The pig farm was more active, excited, and ate more. Pigs were fed 21 packets a day, which is half a kilogram less than their standard diet.

Fig 36. The temperature of the whole pig farm dropped on January 30 th .

On January 30th, one pig died in sick pen. The whole pig farm was stable, and a few slim pigs were not yet in a good condition.

DAY 13

On site

On January 31st, no casualties were recorded in the pig farm, an increased food intake was observed, and the farm was stable. Although pigs’ body temperature was slightly higher, there was a significant improvement as compared to the previous period. If there was no death in the next three consecutive days, the test case for this period could be closed (Fig. 37).

Fig 37. The whole farm had no dead pigs and improved significantly, January 31 st .

DAY 14

On site

On February 1st, no pigs died.

DAY 15

On site

On February 2nd, no pigs were found dead, and the health of the piglets improved after applying the ‘F2 plasma water’.

DAY 16

On site

On February 3rd, no pigs died. Pigs in the sick pen also gradually recovered from the ASF and the PRRS disease. The first stage of the trial was considered to be completed both by the Keshe Foundation and the owner of the farm and it was agreed to for the farm to be observed on weekly basis.

A new addition to the process

A new GANS material was sent to the farm to start another stage of recovery testing. This new GANS plasma water called ‘F3 GANS material’ was only given as drinking water to pigs in Section 1 of the pig farm, to accelerate their growth. Then, it was agreed that the 135 pigs in Section 1 will continuously be fed with the ‘F3 plasma water’ to test the effects of the ‘F3 plasma water’ on the growth of animals. The aim was to monitor and compare the weight increase of pigs in the Section 1 as compared to those in Section 3.

Fig 38. Confirmation of the end of a trial and to carry out an additional test.


Following the meeting at the headquarters of the farming company on Monday 28th of January by the  invitation of the chairman of the company and discussions with the management in the presence of the  professor appointed by the government, the effectiveness of the trial was acknowledged and it was  agreed to start the prevention program for the rest of the infected pigs, within the company farming  organization. The directors of the company placed a consultancy order (Fig 39) for the already infected  mother pig farm and the order was placed to the Foundation for the delivery of the GANS plasma water.  The material was delivered to the infected farm on 3rd of February 2019. The instructions on how to

Fig 39. Thconsultancy order placed by the farming company to the Keshe Foundation
Fig 40. The Instructions given to the mother pig farm.

apply the GANS water were sent to this mother pig farm also on that day (Fig 40).


To prevent the new virus from entering the pig farm or spreading via the ventilation system, entrances and waste ports of the animals need to be continuously disinfected, and so a wet towel soaked in the ‘W GANS water’ was hung at the entrance, and a basin filled with the GANS water was placed on the floor. When one enters or leaves, their waterproof shoes are soaked in this water to avoid bringing the virus into or out of the pig house. Hanging wet towels together with the GANS water in the basin on the floor, form a plasma field that prevents the virus from entering the farm.

The table in Fig. 41, shows the daily records of pigs death. The green area is the Section 1. The blue area is the Section 2, which was emptied on January 20th to form a buffer section. The yellow area is

Fig 41. The death rate of pigs.

the Section 3; the pink area is the Section 4; the red area is the sick pen, Section 5. As recorded on the chart, pigs in the pig farm started to die from January 17th, and the virus spread fast in the various pig pens. Since the implementation of the plasma solution at 2pm on January 19th, a significant reduction in mortality was observed. In total, there were three deaths in Section 1 and four in Section 3, since the start of the process. Allowing for the already badly effected animals the gap of 72 hours to be affected by the GANS water and understanding that the virus has mutated there has been only two death in Sections 1 and 3.

A large number of deaths occurring in pen No.3 were attributed to the adjacency of pen No.2, where all the dead pigs were placed before being buried on daily basis. As there was no other place to pile up the dead pigs, this resulted in a large number of infections and deaths in pen No.3. Hence, any dead pigs should be quickly moved out of the pigsty.

On January 19th, the body temperature of pigs was mostly between 40 and 41 degrees. Starting from January 25th, the body temperature of pigs in Sections 1 and 3, which are the test areas, began to drop to around 39.5, while pigs in Section 4 were still in a state of high fever, above 40 degrees. Only plasma water was been applied in Sections 1 and 3 and no medicine were given in Section 1, during the trial. The pigs in Section 4 were not fed any plasma water directly, and only its environment changed due to the spraying of the central corridor. Sections 3, 4 and 5 were administered antifebrile Carbaspirin Calcium and the antibiotic Amoxicillin. This supports the conclusion that the plasma water solution was more effective than antifebrile and antibiotics. After a new plasma formula for Blue ear disease was made available on January 27th, the body temperature of all pigs, including those in the sick pen, on January 30th, dropped to 39.5 - 39.7 degrees Celsius. For 10 consecutive days, from January 31st to February 9th, zero death rate was achieved.

The food intake of the whole farm increased from 14 packs on January 19th, to 21 packs on January 30th, and further increased to 30 packs per day on February 10th.

On January 20th, the animals were fed only 3 packs of food and on February 2nd, this increased to 7.5 packets in Section 1. On January 19th, upon entering the pig house for the first time and wearing the protective clothing, the Keshe Foundation representatives were told that the smell of the pig house would stay on their clothing and body for three to seven days, and hence were advised to cover their bodies as much as possible. On entering the pig farm building, the smell was so strong that caused breathing difficulties for the Keshe Foundation team, as they were not used to such a strong smell.

After leaving the pig house on the January 19th, the CEO and general manager explained that all their pig houses experienced the problem of the strong odor. The clothing of the Keshe Foundation team, even after washing still carried the smell of the pig house. On the second visit of Keshe Foundation team to the pig house, which took place one week after the start of the spraying of the pig house with the GANS plasma water, the intensive smell was gone. Upon leaving the pig farm on January 26th, the Keshe Foundation team traveled back to Beijing by train, and one could not smell any pig odor on their clothing or their body. This shows that the entire environment of the pig farm changed as a result of the use of the GANS plasma water. Hence, the GANS water can be used as a disinfectant and odor controller in pig farms. By spraying plasma water in the environment, the strong smell of pig house is removed, and a healthier and more comfortable working environment is created for the benefit of the staff.


African swine fever, before carrying out these three trials, was not considered to be reversible or preventable. The first trial was done on one pig, the second trial of 30 pigs and the third trial covered 829 pigs at different stages of infection. The application of the new space plasma technology demonstrated a new breakthrough in detection, prevention and reversal of viruses.

For the first time, we understand the mechanism of viruses and how they link to proteins and human and animal cells. Through the Ebola trials in Sierra Leone and now the African swine flu trials in China, it is evident that a new breakthrough in knowledge has been achieved.

With the recent progress in space technology, Nano technology and plasma technology, Mr. Keshe sees a new frontier in the world of science in the area of health, for reversing illnesses through the application of the new GANS plasma technology.

Mr. Keshe believes, that using the new plasma field systems, which are CE certified by the Keshe Foundation in Europe, can be the next step in the overall eradication of the virus from the environment, human body and animals, what can be introduced in further trials and thus making the application of the new technology much easier and more affordable.

The agricultural test trials in the central Mongolia, demonstrated that the environmental change using the GANS plasma water can be highly effective, and financially affordable for the farming community worldwide.

Before the start of this trial, the laboratory of the pig farm confirmed the presence of the African swine fever virus. This was the reason why the government officials and the company invited the Keshe Foundation to run a large-scale trial on their farm.

It has to be understood that at the present time in China, no authorities or private organizations are allowed to be anywhere near the reported ASF-infected area.

This trial not only demonstrated that the virus can be reversed but at the same time it can be controlled not to spread to the rest of the animals in the farm. From now on, there is no need for mass slaughtering of all the animals in the infected pig farms.

Therefore, based on these three trials and the subsequent 1000 prevention trial started on the 3rd of February, the Chinese government authorities and the worldwide farming community now has a new tool to overcome all the viruses - not only concerning pigs, but also birds or any other animals.

At the same time, the Ebola trials in Africa demonstrated that even viruses carried by humans can be eradicated using the new GANS plasma technology.

The discovery of the new GANS plasma technology and its application in health and farming is considered to be as important as the discovery of penicillin in the last century.

It is important to notice that immediately after applying the GANS plasma water, all the blood samples and pathological analysis did not detect any African swine fever virus in the pig farm. This fact demonstrates the rapid effectiveness of the fields of the GANS plasma water, as within hours of application in the farm, the virus was no longer detectable in the blood samples.

For the first time we show the conversion of double strand DNA to a single strand RNA in the same spectrum of the virus strength, which demonstrated that viruses can mutate but need to cross between the memory and the physicality part of the DNA - something which was never observed in the scientific world before.

Therefore, for the first time, we can observe mutation of viruses and can see the pathological effect of viruses on animals and human cell, through this method of evolution through the strength of the fields of the environment or a cell, and not through the DNA structure.

This new understanding needs further research and development by the scientific world to better understand how viruses can affect the DNA and through their strength spectrum cross into RNA and back, to attached themselves at a weaker strength to another DNA structure.

This confirms the answer to a number of questions, as the stronger strand of the virus has the strength of the hydrogen element of the DNA protein, and due to a large energy gap between the two, this large energy can dislocate the hydrogen structure of the protein. This leads to the fast destruction of the cells and the release of high energy which manifest itself as a high temperature fever that destroys the protein structure. After the virus strength is removed by the GANS plasma water, it leaves a large number of damaged cells, which lead to the second infection and the second fever.

The detection of the Blue ear virus right after the application of the GANS plasma water on the ASFV positive pigs, where this virus was not observed prior to the application, supports the scientific explanation of this phenomenon by Mr. Keshe. African swine fever virus is a large envelop of a double-stranded DNA virus, where the spectrum of the fields of the strand have different strength. Hence, the use of the first type of the GANS plasma water destroys the stronger viral strands, and then the weaker strand takes over.

It has to be noted that due to Mr. Keshe’s understanding of the totality of the work of the GANS plasma fields, he deliberately moved all the sick pigs to pen No.37, having them sprayed on daily bases and fed with the ‘W GANS plasma water’. This created a full coverage for neutralizing the field of the viruses in the building, by linking the field from pen No. 37 through the central corridor connection, through the application of the GANS water in Sections 3 and 2, all the way through to Section 1. This created an internal umbrella, covering all the pigs in the big farm with the GANS plasmatic field from the third day.

The use of the new GANS plasma technology, brought the total death rate down and eventually eliminated both viruses, the ASFV and its mutation to the PRRS, and thus saved over 728 pigs, that otherwise would have been slaughtered.

Consequently, this brought the savings of tens of thousands of dollars to the farmers. Each pig is sold for about 10 RMB for half kilo and each pig at the point of sale weighs on average 120kg, giving a revenue of around 2400 RMB per pig and total savings of 1,747,200 RMB (divided by 6.7 RMB per dollar, preventing a loss of around 260,776 dollars).

It has to be mentioned that the GANS water tested by laboratories in Austria, have shown to be many times more powerful than any presently known antibiotics. The certificate for this test is in possession of the Keshe Foundation.

It can be concluded, that the GANS plasma water is an effective way to control animal viruses and infections and it brings a major breakthrough to the animal husbandry.

This trial has shown that if the government allows a period of 14 days for the farmers to apply the GANS plasma water, the virus can be eradicated thus saving the pigs from the mass slaughtering, as it is the present practice recommended by the government. We advise and recommend to the government, to allow the infected farms to take charge and control in eradicating the virus, thus giving them a chance of saving their animals.

The agricultural test in China, has demonstrated that the GANS plasma water does not bring or cause any genetic change or modification, and the same applies to the effects of the virus on animals upon application of the GANS plasma technology.

The Keshe Foundation plasma technology is safe as it is based on naturally produced materials that are not derived from any chemical substances that can be hazardous to the environment. Therefore, there is no need for an FDA approval of such natural products, developed as part of the Keshe Foundation new space technology.

In conclusion, we can say that the Keshe Foundation has achieved its targeted, as requested by the Chinese government authorities to find a final solution to this economic disaster, which has affected the farming and national food security from the Western Europe to the East Asia.

The Keshe Foundation can proudly say the mission of overcoming and preventing the African swine fever virus is accomplished together with delivering the means for containing the virus to reduce its spreading.



Author: M.T. Keshe 28 th of November 2018

Keshe Foundation plasma technology resolves

the African Swine Fever problem in China


The main purpose of the space plasma technology developed by Iranian nuclear scientist Mr. Mehran Tavakoli Keshe is to free man from the restrictions of energy, water, food, oxygen, medicine, and so on, to travel and live freely in space. In space-medicine, plasma technology can protect humans from all kinds of space viruses, because in space there are only viruses, no bacteria as in space there are no amino acids, and viruses are essentially energy packs that attach themselves to proteins.

This was never understood by the present science and that has been the reason why we could find no solutions for viruses. With this new understanding and explanation of the true knowledge of viruses by M.T. Keshe, now we can solve all problems with viruses worldwide, regardless of any strand of viruses or its strength. This is the major breakthrough which brings a new horizon to the life of man on this planet and in space. The discovery of the true process of creation of viruses and life of virus and its solution with the simple use of plasma water developed by M.T. Keshe, now ends the period of man becoming ill from viruses and these heralds a new beginning in the world of medicine.

Viruses are the greatest threat to the life of man in space. The processing of African Swine Fever virus is the best verification and confirmation of M.T. Keshe’s plasma technology.

African Swine Fever is a disease transmitted by an arthropod (soft ticks) carrying the virus, after biting pigs. Typical symptoms after infection in pigs are flushing skin and extensive visceral bleeding. African Swine Fever virus has three classifications: virulent strain, medium strain, attenuated strain.

Pigs infected with virulent strains have obvious clinical symptoms and may have a mortality rate of 100%. If infected with medium or attenuated strains, pigs may be resistant to the infection, or they may have almost no clinical symptoms, and they will only show antibody positive reactions when testing the serum.

African Swine Fever has been a global threat since it was first discovered in Kenya in 1921. Since its arrival on the Iberian Peninsula in the 1950s, the African Swine Fever epidemic has maintained a trend of eastward expansion from the European continent, and the spread rate of the variant virus has been even more alarming since 2007.

Since about a decade ago, the African Swine Fever (ASF) has spread rapidly in Russia, Ukraine, Poland and other Eastern European countries, with more than 5000 outbreaks in a decade. This has resulted in significant losses in the livestock industry of all countries, as can be seen from the experience of Russia alone.

In 2017, Russia culled as many as 2 million pigs, accounting for nearly 1/10 of all raised meat pigs across the country. In the past decade, Russia's direct economic loss from pig deaths alone amounted to 70 million USD, and the indirect economic losses were even more incalculable. What is more frightening, however, is that Russia has paid a huge price, but the epidemic has not been eradicated.

Unfortunately, the swine fever strain found in Irkutsk, Russia, in July was found in problematic pigs in northeast China. Since August 2018, African Swine Fever has been introduced into China from Russia and has spread rapidly in China from the northeast. At present, there has been a full-scale outbreak in more than 20 provinces and cities throughout the country, and more than 500,000 pigs have been slaughtered. However, the spread of the momentum has not slowed, every day there are new outbreaks. Most importantly, there is no vaccine inside and outside of China to immunize and no medicine to treat the disease.


The newly developed plasma technology developed by Mr. Keshe of Keshe Foundation, which originally was tested by the scientists of South Sierra Leone university on Ebola and showed 100% effectiveness of the technology by eradication of the virus is now applied to the swine fever.

The new space plasma technology uses plasma water to rapidly release the virus's energy pack, eliminating it within a short time. During testing in Austria, the plasma water that was produced showed 10 times more germicidal action than any antibiotic available in the world of medicine today.

As early as August of 2018, when the outbreak of African Swine Fever started in China, Mr. Keshe was very concerned and recommended to apply the new space technology know-how to help China solve the problem. However, because this technology is too advanced, despite contact with relevant departments, the relevant personnel understood the application and implication, but did not report to the higher authorities. Containing outbreaks of swine fever is entirely government-led. Once discovered, the whole outbreak area of swine fever is under martial law and all pigs are slaughtered as there has been up to now no solution. So, it has been difficult to find sick pigs for field testing.

By the request of Mr. Keshe from the Keshe Foundation to help to eradicate this national problem, which is endangering the national food security in China, the followers of Keshe Foundation in China started to look for small farmers who could have animals which had caught the virus, so that the new plasma technology could be tested. In this process, a pig affected by this disease was located in mid-November and the plasma water newly developed by M.T. Keshe was shipped to the location on 22nd of November 2018. On Friday morning of 23rd of November, the first plasma water was fed to the pig.

Within the first 12 hours, the pig shows a clear first stage of recovery, and the second day was fed for the first time with cooked food which she refused to eat since affected. By the third day, the ears have risen from the folded position. By the fourth day, after three months, the pig produced the first excrement. From the outset of starting this process, Mr. Keshe explained to the farmer that the only way we know the virus has cleared out of the body, was if the pig produces the first excrement. That shows the body has gone back to the full operation and the virus is eradicated. This proves the correctness of applying the new plasma water for the eradication of the virus.

Test process

Figure 1. The picture of the pig before processing on 22 nd of November 2018.

The farmer reported that an outbreak of African Swine Fever began in the village in mid- August, with more than half of pigs of the families in this country suffering from swine fever disease, while other sick pigs all died or have been killed.

The farmer raised a total of two pigs, all had the symptoms of fever, no eating food, black and dry hard stool. One died on 19th of September 2018 and buried. The other pig, which did not eat food, just drank some water. Occasionally ate a little raw cabbage or radish. After more than 3 months, weight from more than 200 half kg fell to less than 120 half kg, dying, barely surviving.


On 22nd of November 2018, the farmer received the plasma products sent from Keshe Foundation. The farmer diluted the plasma material with water at the ratio of 1:10, and then he used only the pure water on the surface of the residue of the mix. The farmer used this water to clean and disinfect the pigsty on the morning of the 23rd of November, and also fed the pig with plasma water and sprayed the body parts. As the pig was kept in open pigsty, the local temperature would be as low as minus 7 degrees at night, and the pig was very weak. At first, they only sprayed plasma water on the pig's stomach. The next day, the pig's back was sprayed with the plasma water, and the third day, the pig's head was sprayed with the plasma water, thus preventing the pig from being too weak to bear the cold.

After one day of drinking the water, on the evening of the 24th of November, the pig ate two bowls of rice for the first time in three months. In the evening, the pig began to gather the grass to make its own nest for the first time. On the 25th of November, the pig ate noodles and rice once each, and the pig was more active. The pig began to defecate for the first time in three months since the beginning of the disease, on the 26th of November, excreting red stool. Farmer was instructed to disinfect the stool with plasma water and bury it. Defecation means that the virus in the pig's body was cleaned out, and the body function begins to recover. On the 27th of November, the pig asked for more food, five times, two bowls of rice each time, and defecated a smooth red stool.

On 30th of November 2018, the pig defecated normal black excrement and the water boils on the skin fell off. Figures 2 – 8 document this process.

Figure 2. 23 rd of November 2018, pig drank plasma water and ate cabbage.

Mission accomplished!



The whole process lasted 7 days. It took 24 hours to see eating, recovery and other signs of improvement. The process is also very simple and easy to apply. Farmers only need to spray pig houses with plasma water, give water and spray the pigs.

The cost of this process is very low, that can save the animal. And this process from now on can be used for all types of virus infection for birds, animals and humans as it is a product of nature and it is not chemically produced. This is the way the universe energy is transferred and now we understand that the virus is an energy pack attached to microorganisms, bacteria and amino acids.

Now by using this new plasma technology which is the natural plasma magnetic fields process, the energy pack of the virus is transferred and so depleted from the cell of the animal and the health of the animals or humans return back to normal.

This is the major breakthrough in the world of science and the first step for man to start to be able to handle any energy packages which might endanger the life of man in the space.

In the vast rural areas of China, there are many poor families. Pigs are the only source of the meat and the main source of income for a family. If pigs die of illness or are killed directly, the family falls into trouble again, and some families return to the edge of absolute poverty. His Excellence President Xi's task of overcoming poverty will face more challenges. As the spread of disease and mass killing of pigs has caused a disastrous blow to China's animal husbandry industry, with heavy losses on farms that will have a major impact on China's economy and Chinese national food security.

The space plasma technology developed by the Iranian physicist M.T. Keshe of the Keshe Foundation, is simple and can quickly eliminate the virus in a very short time. Prevention and treatment can eradicate the spreading of the virus.

The processed pigs are immune to recurrence. The Plasma technology can provide a cheap, simple and fast solution for solving the problem of swine fever in many countries. It can be proven that even the slaughtered meat of the contaminated animals can be washed or processed with the same plasma water for the virus to be removed from the meat before entering the food chain.

We look forward to this advanced technology being adopted and promoted by the government as soon as possible, in order to solve the urgent problem.

Thank-you letter from the farmer 

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Two pigs in one yard, did not eat, had fever and defected black round excrement. They got sick in the middle of August. One pig died on 19th of September and we buried it. The remaining pig just drunk water and ate little cabbage and radish to survive. The weight of the pig dropped from more than 200 half kilograms to 120 half kilograms. Until 22nd of November when the GANS material was received. We start to feed the pig from 23rd of November, diluted the material at 1:10, fed the pig and sprayed on the body of the pig. In the night of 24th of November, I fed her two bowls of rice and she started to eat. I fed her in the morning and at night. The pig felt hungry and started to ask for food. The pig started to defecate, and the excrement are color of rust. The pig is in recovery now.

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Thank you for sending us the GANS material to save this pig. (The address and the name of the farmer are intentionally marked black.)

Figure 9. Thank-you letter from the farmer.

Written in the night of November 26th.

Keshe Foundation plasma technology resolves the African Swine Fever problem in China

Mission accomplished!




Keshe Foundation plasma technology: Second trial on the African Swine Fever


Trial description

Test site: 30 pigs on a private farm, owned by Keshe Foundation knowledge seeker.

Test dates: December 23rd, 2018 to January 3rd, 2019.

Test process

Fig 1. The sick pig in the neighboring farm.

After one month since the first African swine fever cases were reported in the slaughter house of this area, the African swine fever has widely spread in that area.

On December 23rd, 2018, one of the neighbor of the knowledge seeker had seven pigs, two of which were seriously ill, vomiting, with blood in its excrements, with ears, nose and mouth in purple color, and unable to move (Fig. 1).

Fig 2. The pigs of the knowledge seeker.

After visiting the neighboring pig house to help, the farmer went home and did not spray any GANS water on his body and then he fed his pigs. At that time, he did not take any preventative measures, such as spraying of the GANS water in his farm or feeding his pigs with the GANS plasma water.

On the morning of December 24th, 2018, one of his pigs started to vomit. Then immediately, the pig house and the pigs in it, were sprayed with the GANS water. The animals were also fed with the GANS water. The GANS water was also added to the food, before it was given to the pigs. Every six hours, the pig house and pigs were sprayed and fed with the GANS water. Pigs ate normal and during the night, stopped vomiting.

On January 3rd, 2019, all pigs were sold with a passed quarantine certificate.

Thank-You letter from the knowledge seeker

Fig 3. The Thank-you letter from the knowledge seeker


Yesterday, we went to the farmer’s house which had the African swine fever outbreak. After we came back, we did not do disinfect and fed our pigs directly. On the second morning, one pig vomited. I sprayed the pig house and the pigs with the GANS water immediately and also fed the pigs with the GANS water. Then I repeated the process every 6 hours. I did not find any vomiting in the night, pigs all ate normal.

Over the next few days, I visited several pig farms which had the African swine fever virus and even went in direct contact with pigs which were infected. I just sprayed myself with the GANS water to disinfect. When I sold my pigs, they were tested negative for the African swine fever virus.

Thanks for the GANS material provided by the Keshe Foundation.