Miraculous Water – The magic of water
To the ancients, there were four fundamental elements: air, fire, earth and water. Water is not just a compound of two gases. It is of vital importance to the earth and it is definitely one of the earth’s most magnificent substances as this article will show.
Water is liquid at room temperature, so small a molecule that it ought to be a gas.
When water freezes and becomes ice, it actually becomes less dense and the hydrogen bonds hold the molecules apart as well as together. Ice floats on water, which makes aquatic life possible – it would not be the case if ice sank and water froze upwards.
Humans are made up of 70% water with the brain and muscles the most water-rich. Our bodies turn over 2.5 litres of water every day, losing it via perspiration, respiration and excretion and replacing it again through food and drink. Water is essential in the body’s cooling process without which our body temperature would increase with about 26 ºC.
Water is absolutely phenomenal. Our planet also mostly consists of water and water is a living body with more miraculous properties than many people can ever imagine.
We are not taught that water has memory, yet it does.
I recently came across an article in ‘Science in society’ in which Dr Mae-Wan Ho reports that new research suggests that water will remember what has been dissolved in it, even if, as in homeopathy, it is diluted to a point where not even a molecule of the substance originally dissolved in it remains.
The scientific community has long been skeptical about homeopathy because of this. However, some discoveries are showing the magic of water.
South Korean chemists discovered some years previously that molecules that had been dissolved into water, clumped together as they became more diluted. This is a very unusual outcome – contrary to expectation and contrary to the ‘laws of chemistry’.
Further experiments with thermoluminescence indicated similar results; also proving that water retains memory. These experiments showed that chemical compounds like lithium chloride (LiCl) and sodium chloride (NaCl) can modify a hydrogen-bonded network of water and that memory remains despite or because of the vigorous shaking or stirring in between dilutions. This means that the memory of water is not static but triggered by the dynamic process.
Flower essences are obtained when the vibrational or energetic message of a flower is transmitted to water by solarisation and the vibrational resonance of the flower is memorised by the water. This is only possible because of the memory of the water.
The Japanese scientist, Dr Maseru Emoto, has taught us through his work that water has consciousness. Before his death in 2014, he spent around 20 years studying evidence of how the molecular structure in water transforms when it is exposed to human words, thoughts, sounds and even intentions. Water exposed to loving, well-meaning and compassionate intentions resulted in physical molecular formations that were aesthetically pleasing. Water exposed to fearful and discordant human intentions, resulted in disconnected, disfigured and ‘unpleasant-looking’ physical molecular formations. He captured these results through high-speed photography and using Magnetic Resonance Analysis technology.
In his research, Dr Emoto used different ways to expose water to intentions; he would speak or play music to the water, put symbols on a container filled with water, or write words on paper that he put on the container holding water. All of these had an effect on the water. He analysed and photographed holy water. What is so amazing is that his research also suggests that water that is polluted and toxic, could be restored into clean and healthy water with beautiful geometric crystals when exposed to prayer and positive intentions.
Classical music changes water to beautiful balanced crystals, whilst heavy metal music not only distorted the crystals but also disconnected some.
Dr Emoto showed us that water has energy and is affected by sound, the environment, words – both spoken and written, prayer, intentions, as well as thoughts and symbols. In essence, water is a living consciousness.