Dr. Negru is the author of this valuable work, based upon his own personal experience acquired during more than twelve years of research in the field of organic and natural preservation of bee colonies. During this entire original writing, he captures in an enjoyable way the new integral approach, the HOLISTIC approach, of the complex and age-old practice of beekeeping. Starting from the performance of the biological dynamics of bee colonies in nature, the author, preserving the standard dimension of a Langstroth-type frame as a main basic element of conventional beekeeping techniques introduces for the very first time the idea of the Maximus System and the Maximus technique, which relies on matrix reporting natural principles, thus integrating the matrix into the working system. The Maximus System is different from other classical systems of beekeeping; through the use of specific methods, it is oriented towards the real, actual needs of the bee colonies, in direct connection with both the material and the universal laws governing matter and substance. It is characterized as a HOLISTIC System and introduces for the first time the MATRIX Concept. This is an intangible abstract element, belonging to subtle plans, as defined by the author, representing the very basis of the life of a bee colony. With a view to assessing what happens at a certain point in the bee colony, the author introduces the eloquent honeycomb method, which consists of introducing an empty frame into the hive without an artificial comb attached to it, where, by liaising to the matrix, the bees will build up in a few days (or t) a natural comb from bottom up, with differentiated cells in which the queen bee will lay eggs (or t). Depending on these events, we will be able to read the actual status of the colony in question. Using this method, the author emphasizes for the first time a new type of cells built by bees, which he calls conversion cells. He provides designs for new preservation and maintenance methods and techniques throughout the year, queen bees' natural selection and breeding methods, and disease prevention and prophylaxis methods, thus explaining in complete detail the complex activities that beekeepers need to perform in an apiary. In this book there are for certain at least five patents related to procedures, methods, and devices of utmost international scientific importance in the original scientific content of this specialized work. For all these scientific invations, as well as for the new HOLISTIC complex and complete approach in the field of beekeeping, upon the proposition of the Scientific Researcher of 2nd level George Florea TOBA, Ph.D., the author is granted the title of Horary Scientific Researcher within the Professor David Davidescu Biodiversity Research and Studies Center.