Structured water is most beneficial to our health. Structured, hexagonal water acts as a powerful anti-oxidant, capable of destroying vast numbers of excess free radicals which can accumulate in our bodies; and a wide variety of additional tasks that water in its basic, H2O format, cannot do.
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Filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda discussed some of the amazing properties of water– it may actually have memory and consciousness, he said. Human beings are mostly made up of water and he suggested that restructured water could have healing properties on their bodies.
Following up on the groundbreaking work of Masaru Emoto, Sereda exposed water to the sounds of the sun, and the water crystals changed to a beatific shape. A subject drank restructured water and their blood cells showed a healthy response, and prayer/intention directed at water can beneficially alter its structure, he detailed. Such water must be drank right away as the restructuring may be temporary, he added.
Could water itself be a kind of memory system, actually containing the Akashic Records?, Sereda pondered. He noted in addition to healing, structured water could potentially be useful in exploring nuclear fusion, reclaiming polluted areas, and developing “super sensors”– instantaneous signals that can be sent out into the galaxy.
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A clip showing how Jacques Benveniste and his team provided convincing evidence showing the mechanism for the efficacy of homoeopathy.
The clip also shows the extraordinary tactics employed by the magazine Nature to discredit his findings.
Regarding the pseudoskepticism from the magazine Nature, I can tell you after more than a decade of paradigm research, they will never allow a paradigm shift because they love to remain in the old materialistic worldview. They will move hell and heaven before they would allow any scientist to be successful in finding a sponsor or a industry applying this fascinating phenomena of the memory of water. It’s typical for pseudoskeptics to use scum words and to try to ridicule every effort done outside mainstream science. Their closed mindedness is partly pathological and partly a kind of protection. It’s all about money and power. Fortunately soon money will play no role anymore on this planet.
Skeptic Person:”You believe in Homeopathy?”
Me:”No. Homeopathy is not a religion, it’s science, a therapy method based on a universal principle.”
Skeptic Person:”But you take homeopathic remedies.”
Me:”Well, yes. It works even if you don’t believe that it works.”
Skeptic Person:”In my opinion it is just a placebo. Unconsciously you believe that it works, therefore it works.”
Mmmh, I got really no time and delight in convincing him in something that is so obvious for me and million other people who knows for experience that homeopathy indeed works.
Me:”It works for animals, bacteria, … do they believe?”
Skeptic Person:”No … but there is no scientific proof that water has a memory …”
Oh here we are again: The legend of “No scientific proof”
Me:”Sure, scientific proofs exist, thousands of scientific proofs, done in laboratory, under strict conditions, double-blind, double-double-triple-blind, …”
Skeptic Person:”So if (IF … THEN … ELSE) … if science proved that it works, why is it not recognized in mainstream medicine?”
Oh dear, … no but he is right. It’s a good question!
Me:”Let me ask you first a question. Then maybe you will understand on your own the reason why it is not accepted in mainstream. What is the difference between a person who believes in a meaning of life and a person who don’t?”
Skeptic Person:”Most people who believe that life has a meaning believe also in God, a creator, or at least in some force. In contrast people who don’t believe that life has an meaning are in some kind lost, without hope.”
Me:”What do you think, whom of this people is more adhere to the golden rule*?”
* Golden Rule: One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself.
Skeptic Person:”Who believes that life has a meaning, right?!”
Me:”And why should people who don’t believe in a meaning of life not take the golden rule into account?”
Skeptic Person:”Because a person who has hope has the natural desire to share his hope. Therefore who has no hope will not consider the golden rule.”
Me:”Ok, now just another question and you will see how the big picture looks like. Is homeopathy a materialistic science?”
In philosophy, the theory of materialism holds that the only thing that exists is matter or energy; that all things are composed of material and all phenomena (including consciousness) are the result of material interactions. In other words, matter is the only substance, and reality is identical with the actually occurring states of energy and matter.
Scientific ‘Materialism’ is often synonymous with, and has so far been described, as being a reductive materialism. In recent years, Paul and Patricia Churchland have advocated a radically contrasting position (at least, in regards to certain hypotheses); eliminativist materialism holds that some mental phenomena simply do not exist at all, and that talk of those mental phenomena reflects a totally spurious “folk psychology” and Introspection illusion.
Skeptic Person:”It seems to be a kind of idealism.”
You should know that we have talked about the difference between materialism and idealism. So he knew the difference at the time we talked about homeopathy.
Me:”And on what kind of science is the mainstream medicine based?”
Skeptic Person:”Materialism … ah now I understand!”
Me:”We are living in a material world, right?”
Skeptic Person:”Ok I got the point. It’s the same thing as with the free energy research. …”
… we talked for another half hour and and we met again the next month. Surprisingly he was now convinced about homeopathy and he desired to know more about the memory of water. I was very curious and asked him what part exactly of our conversation changed his mind about homeopathy and he answered with a smile:”None of it. I made a self proving.”
You can recognize the typical patterns of the flower which was put into the water when the water is frozen and forms ice crystals. Scientists are right now opening their minds to this wonderful world of unlimited information.
It’s very cold and I need to go outside into my car … but now I see that the protective glass of my car is frozen. The exhaled water vapor from yesterday forms now “frost patterns“. I have seen a lot of this patterns. But now I wonder why it forms so strange patterns. They look like the vasculature of our bronchial and lungs system. Beautiful.
But why, … I wonder all the times about “patterns” and their source, why has the water vapor frozen to such a strange pattern? The patterns in the picture above are not like the patterns I have on my protective glass of my car. Indeed I have never seen such patterns like this.
Maybe because yesterday a passenger I drove to the city was ill. The passenger got bronchitis, a inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi. The water vapor derived in part also from his lungs. His system was in a critical state, his life-force was fighting in order to reestablish order in his body. The water is able to memorize such information, especially the form.
And right now I wonder if there is outside there in this world anyone else who has the same thoughts like me. Or similar thoughts, similar in form and shape. Maybe this person is breathing the same air like me … no, I’m convinced that he or she is breathing the same air and not only that. All humans breath the same air, because we have only this one atmosphere. Is the water vapor exhaled from other people affecting our thoughts? Or do my thoughts affecting others people thought, just by exhaling the water vapor that was once in my own body, in my brain, my lungs?
Dude, this change everything. If this is true, then responsibility is the consequence. And I understand why so many people just don’t want to accept such an insight. What would change if our awareness for our collective memory, stored in part in our oceans, in this liquid consciousness covering 70% of our planet, composed by the elements hydrogen and oxygen, … what would happen if this awareness would reach a critical level?
Some people thinks that secrets are not a natural thing.
But many people still believes that you can hide secrets from everyone else.
BUT what would happen if one day the rules of this game change? And suddenly there will be no place to hide your secrets, because this awareness for our collective memory has reached the critical level, such high that everyone is able to see your thoughts. Maybe not literally seeing your thoughts, but everyone else would be aware of your thoughts to a certain level in order that you could not hide them anymore for so long time. Crimes would not be possible anymore. A criminal could not plan a robbery because people would “know” it in advance. And when this criminal individual arrives to his destiny, a bank or a shop, the police would already wait for him there.
So what is the next consequence of this insight?
You want to hide secrets? Stop breathing!
- Scientists investigate water memory