Message from water


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water is one of the five classical elements along with fire, earth, air, and ether. Water has life - it makes life & heals

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Message from water

  1. 1. The Message from Water  Water, water every where ….  What does water do?  Water makes Life . . .  Life can be with living things, do water has Life?  We won’t care to see, but it has the Life, face and feelings.  How we know that?  Here is the answer . . .
  2. 2. Masaru Emoto’s book on Water Crystals  Mr. Emoto and his team experiment with water samples exposed to music, words, etc.  Some of the photographs are amazing and all of them show a response from the water.  It establishes the LIFE  Water say that “I have Life, please treat me like you”
  3. 3. Water crystal of Sanbu-ichi Yusui Spring  It is clear and spiritual water in Japan, Yamanashi Prefecture Hokuto長坂町小荒間
  4. 4. Water crystal of SpringWater of Saijo, Hiroshima  Saijō (西城町 Saijō- chō?) was a town located in Hiba District, Hiroshima, Japan.  On March 31, 2005 Saijō, along with the towns of Hiwa, Kuchiwa, Takano and Tōjō, all from Hiba District, and the town of Sōryō, from Kōnu District, was merged into the expanded city of Shōbara.
  5. 5. Water crystal of Fountainin Lourdes, France  Lourdes (Gascon Lorda or Lourde) is a commune in the Hautes- Pyrénées department in the Midi-Pyrénées region in south-western France.  Lourdes is a small market town lying in the foothills of the Pyrenees, famous for theMarian apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes that are reported to have occurred in 1858 toBernadette Soubirous. At that time, the most prominent feature of the town was thefortified castle that rises up from a rocky escarpment at its centre.
  6. 6. Water crystal of HorobetsuRiver, Hokkaido  The biggest sulphur mine in Hokkaido was located at Oukei in Sobetsu Town. Following its peak in 1954, demands for sulphur mining declined as sulphur became obtainable as a by-product of refining petroleum and the mine closed down its operations in 1973. Starting in 1939, a water power station utilizing energy created by the water travelling from Osaru River to Lake Toya was constructed and unfortunately, the water way carried the strong acid outfall (ph1.7) from the sulphur mine into the Osaru river and the lake. The PH index of the lake water declined to 5.3 in 1970, and most of the fish in the lake died out. In 1972 neutralization of the outfall began, and currently the ecosystem has recovered to normal lake conditions.
  7. 7. Water crystal of Upstream /Metori Yusui Spring Water  Metori Yusui, Yatsugatake, Nagasaka, Yamanashi, Japan  Shojinzawa_yusui, Shioya_machi, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
  8. 8. Water crystal of ShimantoRiver, Kochi  The Shimanto River (四万十 川 Shimanto-gawa?) is a river in western Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. 196 km in length, it has a watershed of 2,270 km².  Since the river is remote from major cities and does not have any dams, it is sometimes referred to as "the last clear stream of Japan". Fishing and production ofnori is a thriving industry along the river. It has been named one of the "Three Clear-Flowing Rivers in Japan", along with the Nagara River in Gifu Prefecture and theKakita River (柿田川 Kakita-gawa) in Shizuoka Prefecture.  The river also has 47 chinkabashi (沈下 橋 lit. sinking bridge) including those of tributaries. Chinkabashi are bridges without parapets in order not to be washed away by floods. The prefecture decided to preserve them as cultural heritages.
  9. 9. Water crystal of Mount CookGlacier, New Zealand  Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand, reaching 3,754 metres (12,316 ft).[1] It lies in the Southern Alps, the mountain range which runs the length of the South Island. A popular tourist destination,[2] i t is also a favourite challenge formountain climbers. Aoraki / Mount Cook consists of three summits lying slightly south and east of the main divide, the Low Peak, Middle Peak and High Peak, with theTasman Glacier to the east and the Hooker Glacier to the west.
  10. 10. Contamination picture ofYodo River, Osaka  he Yodo River (淀川 Yodo- gawa?), also called the Seta River (瀬田 川 Seta-gawa) and the Uji River (宇治川 Uji-gawa) at portions of its route, is the principal river inOsaka Prefecture on Honshū, Japa n. The source of the river is Lake Biwa in Shiga Prefecture to the north.
  11. 11. Water Reaction for Music  Crystal of water that have been exposed with a playing of Bachs "Air for the G String".
  12. 12. Water Reaction for Music  Crystal of water that have been exposed with a playing of Bachs "Goldberg Variations".
  13. 13. Water Reaction forFarewell Music  Crystal of water that have been exposed with a playing of Chopins "Farewell Song".
  14. 14. Water Reaction forHealing Music  Crystal of water that have been exposed with a playing of Healing Music "Hado".
  15. 15. Water Reaction for FolkDance Music  Crystal of water that have been exposed with a playing of Kawachi Folk Dance Song.
  16. 16. Water Reaction for HeavyMetal Music  Crystal of water that have been exposed with a playing of a Heavy Metal Music.
  17. 17. Water expression to"Thank you"  Crystal of water that have been exposed to the words "Thank you" Typet on a paper pasted on the bottle.
  18. 18. Water expression to" kill you "  Water that have been exposed to the words "you make me sick. I will kill you" Typed on a paper pasted on the bottle.
  19. 19. Water expression to" Love "  Crystal of water that have been exposed to the words "Love / Appreciation" Typet on a paper pasted on the bottle.
  20. 20. Water can be treated by Prayer Water crystal of Fujiwara Dam  Water crystal of before offering a prayer. Fujiwara Dam after offering a prayer.
  21. 21. How they did it A crystal is a solid substance with orderly configured atoms and molecules. In particular, because snow is formed under a variety of conditions, there are no crystals that have the same face (just like human faces). Emoto wondered if this is also the same with the crystal structures of the various types of water on the earth. Emoto then came up with a theory that when a water molecule crystallizes, pure water becomes pure crystal, but contaminated water may not crystallize as beautifully as pure water. Water changes rapidly and is unstable. In order to obtain an example of an average crystal, as many sample as possible had to be photographed under as many conditions as possible. It was impossible to obtain identical crystal pictures. In other words, it was impossible to perfectly reproduce the same crystal twice. However, what we did find is that crystals do show a certain distinctive tendency called a grid crystal or laminar crystal structure. Crystals can be identified by this structural tendency.
  22. 22. How they did it High-speed photography of crystals formed in frozen water reveals changes in the same body of water after specific, concentrated thoughts were directed toward it. Small amounts of water (an 8 oz. glass) as well as large areas of water (such as dams lakes) were used in these experiments and in all cases the water samples reflected a molecular change. Music and visual images were used to stimulate the water samples. The water was also exposed to words written on paper and photographs placed underneath or around the glass containers to see if these energies had any impact. They did. Naturally, since water covers the largest portion of our planet, and comprises the largest percentage of our physical bodies, the impact of our thoughts and feelings will play a large part in the way our environments get created, both globally and personally.
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