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  • Cockroaches: 100% success without commercial poisons   RN   by  Deborah Lockett     16 y     5,983       7 Messages Shown       Blog: The New Earth
    Is anyone putting up with cockroach infestation at ANY level?

    If you are, you donít need to continue. You can eliminate them completely, without using commercial poisons and thus avoiding contaminating yourself.

    You can also use the innate intelligence of the cockroaches themselves to stop them ever coming back.

    They will post signs at all the ways in to your home saying ďDanger, out of boundsĒ.

    Iím blogging this information because I didnít find it anywhere on the net when our own cockroach problem emerged. I had moved from Wales to Canary Islands, at a latitude of 28į North, and I had to learn about cockroaches from scratch.

    We achieved 100% success rate. This is what we did.

    First, George and I located the nests. I took all the things out of the kitchen base units while George stood ready with a cloth to squash the emerging cockroaches.

    There was a nest underneath a small metal colander just where the waste water pipe from the sink goes down through the bottom of the cupboard. Between us we squashed all the cockroaches that emerged from the nest and none got away.

    This is a typical place for a nest in any home, and hence the first place to look. Itís dark and the cockroaches get warmth from the hot water coming down the pipe.

    Next we moved a freestanding cupboard and revealed a nest on the floor underneath. This cupboard stands directly underneath an air vent in the kitchen wall. I guess the bottom of the cupboard was the first stopping-off place for cockroaches coming in through the vent and, for that reason, they built their first nest there.

    We went into the bedroom where the computer desk is. I lifted up the battery that sits on the desk and powers the computer (uninterruptible power supply). There was a nest under the battery. Again, it was a dark place and the battery gave off heat.

    With the nesting sites spring cleaned, there were much fewer cockroaches, however they werenít gone altogether. But as we didnít know how to stop them coming back into the flat, we didnít know what more we could do.

    A while later I mentioned to a friend on the telephone that we had cockroaches. Ten minutes later he appeared at the door with a small packet of boric acid powder (formula H3BO3) from the chemist, and a tube of sweetened condensed milk. He told me cockroaches canít resist sweetened condensed milk.

    He mixed the two together into a stiff paste and went around putting a small dab in the cockroach runs: behind the cooker, in the corners of cupboards and drawers. He said the stuff would soon go completely hard, and could be left there indefinitely. When he went away he said that would be the end of our cockroach infestation.

    On two of the days that followed I came into the kitchen in the morning to find the bodies of cockroaches of different sizes lying on their backs with their feet in the air. There were about five altogether.

    I assume these cockroaches were newcomers who had got in from outside and eaten the boric acid mixture, which by now had gone hard as my friend said it would.

    And that was the end of our cockroach infestation. Nevertheless, the vent in the kitchen wall remains open, just as before the infestation. There must be a reason why they voluntarily avoid our place --- which I attribute to their reasoning power (i.e. the heavy cockroach losses from the sweet-tasting white stuff have taught the survivors to keep out of the top flat, itís a death trap). You can make this reasoning power work for you, too.

    During the two years that have passed since, they have never come back into the flat, although I know we have them in the building fabric of our block of flats and in the communal bins in the street outside. Once when I was on the landing at roof level, I saw a big one disappearing into the cavity wall through a crack in the skirting board. I put crack filler in the crack to stop it using that route again.

    George has a theory that they climb up through the building along the conduit with the electrical cables in.

    Personally Iíd rather have the cockroaches than commercial poison in our flat anyday. But fortunately, I donít have to make that choice. Weíre free from both.
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    • A very interesting article   by  flyingswan     16 y     2,342
      I found your article very interesting and helpful. Thank you for sharing this knowledge.
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    • Got rid of cockroaches with oil   by  superduper     16 y     2,587
      Hi,
      I just wanted to share that I got rid of our cockroaches with eucalyptus oil a few drops in a spray bottle with water. This was sprayed all through the kitched, and used the jet in hard to reach areas.
      The most noteable food that brought them into our house is wheat bread, they absolutely love it, and because I don't like to keep my bread in the fridge I used to leave it out, now I have a special airtight container for it.
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    • Can you find beauty in a cockroach?   by  Liora Leah     16 y     2,603
      I watched a TV special featuring Wayne Dyer, Power of Positive Intention. He asked: Can you find beauty in a cockroach? Seeing beauty in everything = Truth

      After I saw this show, I stopped smashing the cockroaches that got in my house, and stopped flushing them down the toilet. I don't get a lot of them in the house, but the ones that do get in are BIG roaches--some as big as 3 inches long; when they're that big, they can fly. There is something quite freaky about having a large cockroach "buzz" you.

      Now, I catch them in a cup, slip a piece of cardboard underneath, and take them outside. I walk down the street for a block, talking to the roach as it's scrambling frantically around in the cup. I reassure it that I'm not going to hurt it, that I am going to set it free, but in exchange for it's freedom it has to promise me that it and its offspring are never to set foot in my house again. Then I release it, and watch it scamper off.

      I run back to my house so the roach can't follow me.

      I had quite a few large roaches in the house last year at this same time. This year, there are far fewer. Can the roaches "hear" me and understand? I choose to think so.

      I don't scream anymore when I see a roach in the house. I am getting to the point of being able to look at a roach for a short period of time without getting squeemish. I'm still working on seeing the beauty in them, though.

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      • Cockroaches have highest bandwidth   by  Deborah Lockett     16 y     2,853
        Dr. Hulda Clark invented a way of finding the frequency bands at which various living things "broadcast". She says this about cockroaches: "I was determined to find a bandwidth for other living things. I found them for flies, beetles, spiders, fleas, ants. They were between 1,000,000 Hz and 1,500,000 Hz: cockroaches were highest amongst insects I tested." (The Cure for All Diseases, page 8).

        It appears there's a correlation between the height of a creature's bandwidth, and its intelligence. That would mean that cockroaches, for their size, are remarkably intelligent. This is borne out by Liora's observations and mine.

        How cockroaches communicate with one another, and humans, is amazing. Humans could learn so much by studying this.
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    • Re: Cockroaches: 100% success without commercial poisons   by  Roachy     7 y     1,079
      very useful info, i'd never heard of condensed milk and boric before. Anyway i hope you're enjoying the canaries. :)
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