Prehistoric code FIOS Greenbox for experimental purposes – rental product


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  • Prehistoric code green box for experimental and curious people
  • Exposure of various plant seeds to an electrostatic field
  • This results in increased yield, more robust plants or faster growth.
  • The electrostatic field can activate genes that have long been silenced
  • more yield or greater robustness.
  • The seeds are placed in the drawer of the green box, slightly moistened and exposed to the electrostatic field for a few days (length depends on the seeds used). As soon as the seeds begin to germinate, they can be placed in the soil.
  • 17 x 16.5 x 6.4 cm, 220 volts/50 Hz
  • The ideal voltage for the corresponding plant seeds can be adjusted on the power supply
  • Not possible to purchase Can only be ordered on loan for a rental fee of 100 € / month!
  • Currently not available because it was lost during the last shipment
  • download PDF The Prehistoric Code | The ecological alternative to the controversial genetic engineering by Luc Bürgin.pdf

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Prehistoric code FIOS Greenbox for experimental purposes (according to Dr. Guido Ebner and Heinz Schürch)

KenFM in conversation with: Daniel Ebner (The Prehistoric Code)

How the “prehistoric code” FIOS Greenbox works

  • The germination of plant seeds (e.g. tomato seeds) or tubers (e.g. potatoes) is accompanied by the activation of an electrostatic field.
  • The germination of the seeds or tubers under changed electrostatic field strength leads to a change in the phenotype of the adult plant, ie the appearance and/or the fruit yield of the adult plant changes after this pretreatment.
  • The plants increase the utilization of the nutrients offered for their growth.
  • The increased electrostatic field strength compared to the environment improves the defense behavior of plants against diseases.
  • The fertility rate of daughter seeds, which are the seeds from the fruits of the treated plants, is increased.
  • Important: the phenotypic response is higher in heavily bred plants than in wild-type plants!

The FIOS Greenbox for experiments at home

Nuoviso | The prehistoric code - holistic vs. Faustian science

WIRES stands for "Food in Open Source“. Open source is a well-known technology in software development. It means that no one can have a private claim to the technology or software, but everyone can participate in its development and improvement.

The FIOS Greenbox is a tool to increase fertility (reproductive power) via the static electric field and to achieve an improved harvest. The seeds remain in the user’s hand.

The FIOS Greenbox is made from well-known standard materials used in our research. It consists of a plexiglass housing, a drawer and two perforated plates as poles, with the negative pole at the top and the positive pole at the bottom. The high-voltage source, which is also integrated, is operated from the outside using the included 12-volt voltage converter. This can be connected to a 220 or 110 volt socket. However, it is also possible to hang the device on a solar panel with a downstream 12-volt battery or a car battery.

The FIOS Greenbox is easy to use

  • Operating the FIOS Greenbox is easy. You remove the drawer and moisten a single cloth with drinking water or water from a running body of water. Sterilized, deionized, distilled or waste water should not be used. The user then places the moistened fleece cloth in the drawer and sprinkles the plant seeds over it in a single layer if possible and closes the drawer.
  • If you choose the power supply head for the power supply, it is possible to use the yellow round screw head to set the output values ​​(=input values ​​for the box) 12 V, 9 V, 6 V, 3 V and 0 V using a key provided. This results in field strengths between the plates in the box of 1500 volts/centimeter, 1250 V/cm, 750 V/cm and 500 V/cm (?). Last but not least, the power supply is connected to the 220 V power socket (or 110 V in the USA or Canada).
  • The seeds are left in the static electric field until the seedlings show their first shoots. The user then plants the germinated seeds in a balcony trough, pot or a prepared garden bed. For the first attempt, we send cress seeds together with the FIOS Greenbox, which should sprout within 2 to 3 days. Based on the experience of our previous applications, we have put together a small compilation of the static field strengths in the following table.
Prehistoric code FIOS Greenbox experimental purposes 600

Background knowledge about the FIOS Greenbox

At the end of the 80s, Swiss researchers Dr. Guido Ebner and Heinz Schürch made a sensational discovery. In laboratory experiments, they exposed grain and fish eggs to a simple high-voltage field in which no electricity flows, the “electrostatic field”.

Growth and yield could be massively increased in this so-called “E-field”. At the same time, completely unexpectedly, “prehistoric forms” grew up that have long since become extinct:

  • A million-year-old fern,
  • Ancient corn with up to twelve cobs per stalk, as it once sprouted in South America
  • the extinct rainbow trout with salmon hooks.
These experiments were subsequently repeated at the Guido Ebner Institute. At the same time, some interested parties tried successfully to cultivate potatoes, corn, wheat and tomatoes.

Various institutions tried to carry out further research into the basics, some with success, some without success.

The experiments have continued in recent years. In spring 2013, tests were started with corn from Guatemala, with balsa wood from Paraguay and with grape seeds from Piedmont. Further experiments are being planned, for example with saffron, rice and other types of grain.

It is gratifying for all researchers and interested friends involved that the Green Box has been in production since the end of 2013 and is available for allebox. This allows the germination phase of the seeds to be standardized.

Seeds from the E field produce more yield than modern seed varieties and still do not require more fertilizer and help to avoid the need for pesticides.

In addition, genetic integrity is maintained because no genetic manipulation is carried out. It can be used by anyone at minimal cost.

Experiments have shown that the electrostatic field also has a positive effect on fish eggs. For this reason, a special box was produced for the treatment of fish eggs. This box is now also available commercially and is particularly interesting for fish farmers.

We would also like to recommend the book “The Prehistoric Code” by Luc Bürgin, ISBN 978-3776625349, published by Herbis-Verlag, which describes the history of research into the behavior of biological organisms under the influence of a static electric field. The book is available in bookstores, at the GE Institute in Basel or through FIOS GmbH in Zofingen.

Further information can be found at

Field strengths, voltages and seed bases for different plants

Below you can see which field strengths need to be set for which plants. To set the desired field strength, set the voltage specified in the table below on the power supply. That's it.

FIOS Greenbox - field strengths tensions and seed bases for various plants prehistoric code

Expected results of using the FIOS Greenbox on the following plants

  • Tomatoes Stronger growth, thicker stem growth than with untreated seeds, deeper green coloring of the leaves, more fruits, fertile tomato seeds in the fruits
  • Potatoes Increased tuber formation, increased yield of around 20%
  • Corn Stronger growth, thicker stem growth than with untreated seeds, more corn cobs, increased yield of up to 40%, no difference in ingredients compared to controls
  • Wheat Multi-stemmed, bush-like growth starting after 4 weeks, ear formation on each shoot, simultaneous ear ripening, less spray required, better nutrient utilization, increased yield of up to 20%, increased values ​​for protein content in the ingredients compared to controls
  • other plants You can try out other plants yourself and publish them in our forum with photos and descriptions.

1 review for Prehistoric code FIOS Greenbox for experimental purposes – rental product

  1. Max -

    Hello Mr. Akgün
    Tomorrow I'll get the box ready for return.
    I have dealt with the topic quite a bit and can now reproduce it exactly, thank you very much for that.
    Of course, I also grew several plants and you can see really strong changes in some plants.
    Thank you very much again
    Kind regards Max

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Application of the Greenbox

  1. Remove the drawer from the Greenbox
  2. Dampen a single napkin with regular water. To do this, use drinking water or water from a running body of water. Please do not use waste water, sterilized water, deionized water or distilled water. Place the moistened fleece cloth in the drawer
  3. Slide the drawer into the green box.
  4. Connect the power supply to your Greenbox. Insert the banana plug into the banana socket of the Greenbox.
  5. Check the power supply head that is plugged into the socket to ensure that the rotary head is set to the correct voltage. A yellow round screw head indicates several resistance setting options: 12V, 9V, 6V, 3V, 0V Connect the power supply to your 220V/50Hz power socket

How Greenbox works - how it works

Substrate for germination

Various materials can be used as a substrate for germination in the green box.


Make sure that you do not use pressed and refined papers that are used for printing or writing paper. Rather, it includes all natural and unprocessed papers that are defined by their high absorbency. This includes, for example, kitchen roll or toilet paper. It is so suitable because it can absorb a lot of water and is permeable to air, allowing for an uninterrupted supply of air and making it difficult for mold to form. Above all, it is important to ensure that the paper used is as undyed and unscented as possible, otherwise pollutants can penetrate the plant, which could be harmful to health and hinder growth.

Cotton wool

Cotton wool is a simple and commercially available substitute for the substrate that can be purchased at any drugstore. As with paper, you should ensure that the cotton wool is colorless and odorless. It also has good air circulation because it has a looser structure.


In contrast to commercially available cotton wool and paper, the fleece is produced and sold specifically for growing sprouts. These germination fleeces can usually be found in the ranges of garden centers. The advantages are the same as those listed for paper and cotton wool.

Use paper, cotton wool or fleece for germination

The selected material (wool, paper, fleece) is placed in the drawer of the green box. The seeds can be distributed evenly on it. The material is moistened twice a day, depending on the seeds and the remaining moisture in the substrate. Care should be taken to ensure that the seeds do not float. It is advisable to drizzle the seeds or spray them with a mister to avoid this. However, the moisture of the substrate should be checked during this watering process so as not to risk drying out.

Germination of seeds

  • Check daily whether the fleece cloth in the drawer of the Greenbox is still damp: Remove the drawer from the Greenbox and check whether it is still damp.
  • If yes, push the drawer back into the green box.
  • If not, add some water (it's best to use a pipette) and then push the drawer back into the green box
  • Observe your seeds daily to see if they sprout
  • Leave the seeds in the green box until a seedling begins to appear
  • If a seedling appears, plant this seedling in your garden bed or in your balcony pot and grow the young plant as usual.
  • To get a comparison to control plants, place seeds without Greenbox pretreatment in a balcony pot or in your garden bed.

Safety instructions for the Greenbox for using the prehistoric code

  • Please pay attention to the correct plug connection between the power supply and the Greenbox. The correct polarity is extremely important, otherwise the high-voltage device in the box can be damaged.
  • Caution: The electrostatic field is generated by a high-voltage source!
  • The plastic insulation around the perforated metal panels must not be damaged
  • If a Greenbox is damaged, it must not be used
  • The plastic insulation around the perforated metal panels must not be damaged, i.e. direct access to the panels must not be possible
  • The Greenbox can only be operated without voltage, i.e. always pull the plug before pulling out the drawer!
  • Always plug in the Greenbox power plug after the drawer has been filled!