Life developed in the oceans and, through evolution, a part of it adapted to life on land. Over the entire course of evolution, water has never ceased to be the most important thing in our lives for we are comprised primarily of water.
The qualities and anomalies of water have adapted to sustain life on Earth, but some of its characteristics are still shrouded in mystery, and await scientific explanation. Water is the only matter that is a subject of perpetual transformation while cycling through the atmosphere. This natural cycle allows water to self-cleanse.
On its path to reach us, water adopts negative, as well as positive, traits, which affect the way molecules move and bind. In nature, water moves through rocks and waterfalls, which whirl and “shatter” its molecular structure, time and again.
During this process, the clusters of water molecules break into smaller clusters, the surface tension changes, and water now receives energy potential, which means it becomes “alive” (the so-called “structured” or “living” water).
One of the greatest mysteries of water lies in its memory, which has the power to influence its molecular structure. The first person to photograph water memory was Dr. David Schweitzer, who thus proved that water is equipped with qualities of liquid frequency memory. Dr. Masaru Emoto, one of most renowned researchers today, subjected water to various external positive and negative influences, crystallized it and took pictures of it, using a special technique.
Tap and bottled water is very polluted, due to the unnatural exposure to pipes containing lead, asbestos, plastic and various chemicals. Chemically and in terms of frequency, such water is devoid of energy, due to its unnatural movement.
Owing to a thick molecular structure, such water penetrates cell membranes with difficulty, which results in failure to supply the cell with its needed nutrients. That affects our health, immune system and our energy used for daily activities.
The secret of life lies in proper cell nourishment, and the ability of cells to dispose of waste and toxins. Did you know that drinking water, even when purified, retains information of its contaminants?
Water becomes polluted on the path from its source to the consumer because of various pesticides and poisons from nature, which is why it must be chemically treated (using chlorine and the like, to destroy bacteria and other contaminants).
Because of its dipolar molecular structure, which serves as the basis of its crystalline organization, water is a liquid recorder of frequencies that arrive from substances with which it comes in contact. These frequencies are stored within its microstructure. Normal water, even when purified, retains electro-magnetic frequencies of contaminants that once polluted it. A simple way to verify this is to examine a droplet of water under a microscope. Such a water droplet will exhibit a deformed external membrane and a damaged internal structure.
Frequency analysis is a method that is already used to determine the condition of our body organs, which can be appropriately synchronized and treated with a frequency therapy. These frequencies have been proven to be best transmitted through water, which is conveniently found in every body organ. It is nothing new to say that water can store information of specific frequencies.
The research has shown that tap water contains practically no biophotons, which are "tiny bodies of energy" present in every living organism, and in other natural elements. Biophotons are very weak electromagnetic waves of light. All living cells of plants, animals and human beings emit biophotons, which cannot be seen by the naked eye, but can be measured by special tools. Perfect, coherent water clusters allow for this energy to be transferred directly into the body’s cells. The biophotons trigger chemical reactions in cells, at the right time and in the right place. They form the so-called aura, a bioenergy field that encircles all living organisms, including water, and is always present in the form of a physical body.
Water, a key component of the human body
99% of molecules in the human body are water, our body is approximately 70% water, our brain is comprised of up to 80% water, whilst our blood and plasma is 90% water, teeth are 10-13% water, kidneys 83%... Water is the key constituent part of cells, tissue and bodily fluids.
The secret of life lies in proper cell nourishment, and the ability of cells to dispose of waste and toxins. In order to be able to receive the necessary nutrients, cells are in constant contact with water. Water regulates metabolism, digestion, blood circulation, cell reproduction, it boosts the body's immune system, carries information throughout the body and maintains core body temperature.
Our health and ageing are directly linked to the quality of the water content in our bodies.
The molecular structure of water is very important for the human body. Through constant exposure to water, cells are able to absorb the needed nutrients. The bigger the clusters of water molecules, the more difficult their task to penetrate the cell membranes. As a result, water cannot sufficiently supply the cells with the appropriate nutrients, nor can it eliminate their toxins. When the nutrients, along with water, are unable to enter the cells, the cells eventually dehydrate and perish, due to contamination with their own waste.
That affects the body, which subsequently consumes more energy to maintain its immune system and the processes involved in nutrient metabolism. As a result, our health and our immune system, as well as our energy levels, are being compromised.
The first symptoms of deteriorating health come to light once the body loses 5% of its water content. Signs of thirst indicate that the water content in the body is not sufficient, which is very hazardous for health. Lack of water in the body leads to premature ageing and a weaker immune system, which results in various diseases. Inadequate amounts of water affect short-term memory, logical thinking and the ability to concentrate.
Over 70% of people suffer from chronic dehydration, while more than 30% have a malfunctioning thirst mechanism, with the feeling of thirst being mistaken for hunger. Each dehydration event slows down the body’s metabolism. The smallest shortage of water causes fatigue. For that reason, water should be drunk even in the absence of thirst. Water deficiency breaks the balance of water circulation in the body, which further causes an accumulation of metabolites that may lead to intoxication or even death.
Human body is composed of different cell types that grow and divide only when necessary. Because their life span is largely limited, cell division, which generates new cells, is indispensable, as far as tissue regeneration and health preservation are concerned. For different reasons, excessive division and cell accumulation may sometimes lead to various illnesses.
The human organism is made of billions of cells that exchange information about their condition.
Living water cleanses the cells. A purified cell is a healthy cell, a healthy cell creates healthy organs, healthy organs make for a healthy body. Regeneration turnover depends on the quality of water.