earthcode1A small area of the forest is set aside, and cleared of large trees,  plants and undergrowth, yet carefully maintaining any remaining  mycelium. Copper and zinc posts are driven into the ground approximating some kind of grid structure, tapping telluric currents
and acting as simple antennae pooling stray electromagnetic emissions or even lightning strikes into the earth. An elaborate machinery is  installed, to transform nitrates and minerals from the earth into acids, and to extract silver and other precious metals from the earth. Mixed with collected rain water, resulting solutions and waste products from the extraction process are sprayed and leached out across the area. Shafts of light penetrating the edges of the cleared area equally code this embedded landscape.