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Hey folks, how would you like to get your home fully off-the-water-grid after a few fun weekend DIY projects OR learn how to build an Off - Grid eco home that harvests, stores and filters rain whilst reusing all of it's own waste water 7X over ?

Alosha just opened doors to his online Living Eco Home training.

With his step-by-step video tutorials you will be able to build an off grid eco home or take your current home off the water grid.

There is ZERO RISK TO YOU ! You can try Alosha's Living Eco Home training out for a full month and if it is not right for you then send ONE email to Bio Veda Academy, for your FULL REFUND

In a few days the price will go up 6x fold and will not come down to $99 for another year ! Try it out at ZERO RISK for 30 days: https://ou369.isrefer.com/go/ecodomehome/yury/
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You will learn how to :

* build 2 types of dome homes from foundation all the way to skylight, Air Crete and a Super Adobe Dome. Includes intensive theory on: designing your home on graph paper + various climates, fengshui, bio geometry, tensile forces, plumbing etc.

* easily build beautiful curvilinear permaculture terraces which turn your garden into a sponge. We will also construct a 54 metre curvilinear wall with water / recycling holding spaces.

* build an alternative low cost gutter systems + simple permaculture earthworks that impregnate and store water in the ground. You will also learn how to build a simple leaf and dust catcher.

* build 3 types of water tanks: Ferro Cement 6000L + Sandbag 16000L + underground 40000L water reservoir / bunker underneath a home + build constructed wetland to transform chlorine pool into an eco pond.

* create 3 types of constructed wetlands which will take care of all your waste water. We will install a biogas digester which will make flammable methane from sewerage and build a wetland to turn poo into clean irrigation.
* build your own DIY Bio Char filter & Bio Char from start to finish which will treat city rain / borehole water at a rate of 300 litres p/d. You will also learn how to pressurise this water to your home

+ Included 10 bonuses with food growing machine, water trailer, etc...

+ Living Eco Home training will stay up for a full 10 years.

Now is your chance to invest into your dream: https://ou369.isrefer.com/go/ecodomehome/yury/ !

 
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Does this course also teach us how to Photoshop skylights and ponds onto our buildings?

I'm not trying to pick a fight or be mean or anything, but honesty in advertising is very important; even if the picture above is just for conceptual purposes, many will not see it as such unless you label it so.

Suppose I as you for the source for that skylight, so I can buy one for my own build? Or how you managed to get so much aquatic life to thrive in such a small space?  Your answers will not be from experience, because the picture is not real - how can I trust you?
 
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Dustin Rhodes wrote:Does this course also teach us how to Photoshop skylights and ponds onto our buildings?

I'm not trying to pick a fight or be mean or anything, but honesty in advertising is very important; even if the picture above is just for conceptual purposes, many will not see it as such unless you label it so.

Suppose I as you for the source for that skylight, so I can buy one for my own build? Or how you managed to get so much aquatic life to thrive in such a small space?  Your answers will not be from experience, because the picture is not real - how can I trust you?



Dustin, why don't you address your question directly to the author of the webinar, Alosha?  This is easy: subscribe for free webinar and contact him. )))
 
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Yury Smirnov wrote:Hey folks, how would you like to get your home fully off-the-water-grid after a few fun weekend DIY projects OR learn how to build an Off - Grid eco home that harvests, stores and filters rain whilst reusing all of it's own waste water 7X over ?



I wonder, what is the point in reusing your water 7 times?

I mean there are at least a couple dead ends where you really can't reuse the water: the black water stream, water consumed in food and drink, and water used for irrigation.  In a permaculture setting the water used for irrigation probably exceeds total greywater produced the majority of the time, so there seems to be little point in using the same water over and over again, not to mention the plumbing, filtering and other expenses required to reuse it over and over again.

Our total household water consumption (not including irrigation) is around 40-50 gallons a day.  A bit more in the summer when we run the evaporative cooling system, which is another dead end since you can't really reuse the water once it's evaporated, not until it rains again.
Of that 40-50 gallons, typically 25-30 are recoverable as grey water (used once).  For 8-9 months a year our irrigation consumption is at least that much.

Granted, if we lived somewhere that it rained more we wouldn't need as much for irrigation, but then we could also harvest large amounts of rainwater so we also wouldn't need to worry about recovering grey water, let alone reusing it 7 times.

And no I am not going to subscriber to the webinar.  If you don't wish to discuss it here, that is fine.  Although, then I would wonder why someone would post something to a discussion forum if they don't actually want to 'discuss' it?
 
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I am not going to subscriber to the webinar.  If you don't wish to discuss it here, that is fine.  Although, then I would wonder why someone would post something to a discussion forum if they don't actually want to 'discuss' it?

  I agree with you Peter.  I've seen a number of similar posts that you have made Yuri, and placed in a lot of different forums on this site, and from what I recall the vast majority of your posts should actually be in the forum that we have called Blatant Advertising.  It's not a bad thing.  It simply is what it is.  If you are not going to discuss these topics and threads that you post, then that is the place for it.   
 
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Hi Folks, shortly Alosha's Living Eco Home online training will be going up 6x fold. If you have not had a look at his eco tutorials, here is a link to a 1.5 minute video explaining what it's all about: https://ou369.isrefer.com/go/sovereignty/yury/

In a nutshell it will empower you to build your own low cost Bio Dome with an Off-Grid water system. You will also learn how increase the value of your property by easily creating eco systems which generate an Abundance of water.

Alosha's fun DIY weekend projects are inspired by Bio Mimicry, Permaculture and Natural Law. It has taken him 10 years to prototype, record and organise step-by-step video footage which will save you over $25K in mistakes and 16000+ hours of R&D...
 
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Dustin Rhodes wrote:Does this course also teach us how to Photoshop skylights and ponds onto our buildings?

Suppose I as you for the source for that skylight, so I can buy one for my own build? Or how you managed to get so much aquatic life to thrive in such a small space?  Your answers will not be from experience, because the picture is not real - how can I trust you?



Reply from Alosha, the author of the course:

Please note that because I am self financing the project from my own pocket I finish the home as the finances become available

The training is well worth current 99 USD as I have put 10 years into it.

The skylights will be finished and I will train you on how build them.

The entire home will be finished and all training will be provided.

There is already over 200 hours of step by step footage uploaded and ready to watch on our training.

I hope that gives better clarity about the project.

All the best



 
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