is the essential component of all life. It comprises 70% of the Earth's
surface, 75% of
the human body, 90% of blood and sap. 97% of Earth's water is in the
oceans, 2% is frozen in icecaps, 1% is fresh, but much of this is
inaccessible, deep in the Earth. From what is
left, we use 98% for industrial purposes and agriculture, only 2% for the
nutrition and health
of every living organism.
Water's reputation as a powerful solvent
derives from its particular electromagnetic and chemical qualities, which
make it able to break
down substances into their constituent parts, and
to absorb energy vibrations. It acts like a magnetic tape, absorbing both
harmful or beneficial energies; and like a tape, this energy can be erased and new
energy introduced. Naturally flowing water creates complex structures:
microclusters of vibrating energy centres, constantly receiving and
transmuting energy from every contact the water body makes; and laminar
structures which generate energy from the interaction of the planes
against each other.
Healthy water carries nutrients, minerals, dissolved salts and trace
elements the building blocks of growth, and healing energies; it
disposes of waste and is constantly cooling, cleansing and purifying
itself. Our bodies depend on water (as blood) as a catalyst, a transport
system, to maintain our correct body temperature, to supply nutrients and
electrical impulses. Dehydration is a common source of illness we need to
drink 1 - 2 litres of good water every day, more especially as we grow
older. Tea, coffee and alcohol all dehydrate the body, therefore, if we
take them we need to drink more good water to compensate.
We need to protect and care for our water our survival depends on
it. As population increases and industrial growth proliferates, good water
is getting perilously scarce.
What is good quality water?
order to maintain its quality,
water needs to behave like it does in
a natural stream, dancing and
in spirals and vortices, or in the ground, constantly moving
sinuously in capillaries or circulating within
its storage chambers. In a
youthful stream water is most active, and it has the best opportunity to
self-purify, thanks to the particular properties of the vortex, which is
to access energies of a higher dimension that can cancel out degenerate
energies carried by pollutants.
We treat our water supplies very badly, using it mostly to dispose
of wastes. We store it in reservoirs where it overheats, shattering its
natural structure in turbines and generators, making it run through
straight pipes that destroy its energy. Worst of all, we allow it to
become contaminated with pathogenic bacteria, so we have to add chlorine;
we allow agricultural chemicals, organic toxins, industrial and hospital
wastes like hormones to pollute our water.
How to Improve Water's Quality
Our tap water is dead and polluted we try to improve its often appalling
quality with jug filters or by switching to bottled water. The smaller
filter jugs with carbon cartridges are adequate, and remove some chlorine
and heavy metals. Bottled 'spring' water is expensive and varies a lot in
quality. The main problem is when it comes in soft plastic bottles; you
don't know how long or at what temperature they've been stored. The water
will inevitably absorb chemicals from the plastic. If you buy spring
water, make sure it's in glass bottles.
The symbol H2O represents distilled water, considered chemically
the purest form of water. However, it is basically immature; its nature is
to extract, or attract to itself, all the substances it needs to become
mature, and therefore absorbs everything within reach. Schauberger called
it juvenile water, because it has no developed character or qualities. It
is raw and hungry.
Distilled water is really quite dangerous if drunk continuously
long-term, because it can leach out the minerals and trace elements from
your body. We therefore don't recommend this form of water treatment. The
Kneipp cure uses distilled water for short-term therapeutic effect, to
purge the body of excessive deposits of particular substances.
Reverse osmosis filters do remove pollutants which we can do
without, but they also remove typically 90% of the vital minerals and
trace elements that we actually need. Taking supplementary minerals to
compensate for their removal makes no sense as long as you can get them
naturally in the water, and in your food.
A good carbon water filter may significantly reduce chlorine and
dissolved organic pollutants, as well as bacteria and suspended solids
(the plumbed in ones are the best). Some kind of ion exchange is required
to deal with metals. Massive amounts of chlorine ensure that bacteria isn't
a problem in public water supplies, but ultra-violet light will destroy
bacteria in private supplies.
Magnets can erase the bad memory of water, but how can you restore
a good memory function, so that water can fulfill its proper role of
nourish organisms? To improve the vibrational energy, the quality of
water, you can't beat the way Nature does it.
The Fluoride Controversy
Fluoride is more toxic than lead and only slightly less so than arsenic. Yet
it is routinely added without their consent to the drinking water of
nearly 300 million people in English-speaking countries.
This is not the naturally occurring calcium fluoride that is
present in some drinking water, usually at low levels of about 0.1 ppm
(parts per million). These are fluorosilicates, waste by-products of a
number of industrial processes, containing a potent toxic cocktail of
heavy metals, usually at 1 ppm.
Fluoridation of water supplies has been strongly opposed around the
world as dangerous and undemocratic, but 5 countries still fluoridate
to a large extent: Ireland 75%, Australia 66%, USA, Canada & New
Zealand 50%; Britain is lagging at 10%, but the government 's policy to to
require all water authorities to adopt fluoridation is likely soon to
bring the UK into line. The evidence to support this is controversial and
questionable. This mass fluoridation is justified for dental health, but
there is no objective evidence to justify its benefits. The Scots were
sensible. In a challenge to a policy to introduce water fluoridation
nationally the Scottish High Court declared fluoridation to be compulsory
medication and therefore unlawful as a blanket policy.
Indeed, independent evidence shows that the body accumulates levels
of fluorides in the bones and certain organs, with evidence of increased
risk of cancer, brain function impairment, kidney malfunction and
premature ageing. At higher dosage levels, fluoride is an effective rat
Fluoride is increasingly added to many processed foods, fruit
juice, milk and, especially, toothpaste. It is released into food cooked
in Teflon-coated cookware, so the actual intake may be significant, even
if you don't live in a fluoridated area.
For reasons that are difficult to comprehend, but which are clearly
political in nature, many dental and health authorities seem to support
this mass medication of whole populations, and politicians seem happy to
go along with it.
What can you do about this alarming public health crisis?
1. You can write to your representatives to stop the spread of this
outrageous politically motivated practice.
You can at least inform yourself of the background and dangers of this
widespread public policy.
3. If you live in an area that is fluoridated or is likely to be, you can
acquire a water filter which effectively removes fluoride.
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