An introduction to the biotechnologies of water vitalization Reveals the deeper secrets of the element water including its memory Shows the practical applications founded on the work of such pioneers of water research as Viktor Schauberger, Theodor Schwenk, and Masaru Emoto Looks at water dynamization devices currently available commercially Water is more than the simple liquid evoked by its scientific name H2O. The discoveries by pioneering figures like Viktor Schauberger and Masaru Emoto have shown that this essential substance is much more complex than originally believed. Water is incredibly sensitive to the micro-information from the surrounding environment and it also possesses a memory. Unfortunately, many of the modern techniques for making water readily available have resulted in depreciating its vitality. Many of the benefits that water can provide when in its optimum natural state have been lost. But there are now methods that have been perfected over the past several decades that can transform our banal tap water back to its natural potent state as the elixir of life. Experience has shown that these methods and devices can even transform water that has been heavily polluted by agriculture or industry into a potable fluid that looks like the product of a limpid mountain spring. Tests show that no trace of the pollutants remain. Many of these devices are available commercially, offering to all the possibility of enjoying the optimum benefits water can deliver when in its healthy, natural state.
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