The Mysteries of Water
Water Planet :
Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio
For over ten years, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has supported social causes and films on environmental issues. The actor and environmentalist has a particular fondness -- and concern -- for the ocean as well as the global need for clean drinking water. In this video, he lays out the importance of clean water in our daily lives.
Water has Memory
Uploaded by oasishdchannel on 3 Feb 2011
http://oasishd.ca - Water -- just a liquid or much more? Many researchers are convinced that water is capable of "memory" by storing information and retrieving it. The possible applications are innumerable: limitless retention and storage capacity and the key to discovering the origins of life on our planet. Research into water is just beginning.
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Revolutionary New Discoveries about Water!
Part 1 of 12
Uploaded by eyeThink11 on 8 Oct 2008
Amazing new discoveries about the properties of water could revolutionize our world!
Filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda discussed some of the amazing properties of water-- it may actually have memory and consciousness, he said. Human beings are mostly made up of water and he suggested that restructured water could have healing properties on their bodies.
Following up on the groundbreaking work of Masaru Emoto, Sereda exposed water to the sounds of the sun, and the water crystals changed to a beatific shape. A subject drank restructured water and their blood cells showed a healthy response, and prayer/intention directed at water can beneficially alter its structure, he detailed. Such water must be drank right away as the restructuring may be temporary, he added.
Could water itself be a kind of memory system, actually containing the Akashic Records?, Sereda pondered. He noted in addition to healing, structured water could potentially be useful in exploring nuclear fusion, reclaiming polluted areas, and developing "super sensors"-- instantaneous signals that can be sent out into the galaxy.
The beautiful Pearl Waterfall, China
The Water Cycle - USGS
The Water Cycle - NASA
Water is of paramount importance on Earth: we live on a water planet and our bodies are mostly water. Human beings are made up largely of water in roughly the same percentage as water is to the surface of the earth. Our tissues and membranes, our brains and hearts, our sweat and tears - all reflect the same recipe for life, in which efficient use is made of those ingredients available on the surface of the earth. We are 23 percent carbon, 2.6 percent nitrogen, 1.4 percent calcium, 1.1 percent phosphorous, with tiny amounts of roughly three dozen other elements. But above all we are oxygen (61 percent) and hydrogen (10 percent), fused together in the unique molecular combination known as water, which makes up approximately 71 percent of the human body. So when environmentalists assert that we are part of the earth, it is no mere rhetorical flourish.
Our blood even contains roughly the same percentage of salt as the ocean, where the first life- forms evolved. They eventually brought onto the land a self-contained store of the sea water to which we are still connected chemically and biologically. Little wonder, then, that water carries such great spiritual significance in most religions, from the water of Christian baptism to Hinduism's sacred water of life.
In its purest form, water is odourless, almost colourless and tasteless. It is in your body, the food you eat and the beverages you drink. You use it to clean yourself, your clothes, your dishes, your car and everything else around you. You can travel on it or jump in it to cool off on hot summer days. Many of the products that you use every day contain it or were manufactured using it. All forms of life need it, and if they don't get enough of it, they die. Political disputes have centred around it. In some places, it is treasured and incredibly difficult to get. In others, it's incredibly easy to get and then squandered.
What substance is more necessary to our existence than any other? Water.
At its most basic, water is a molecule with one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms, bonded together by shared electrons. It is V-shaped (with an angle of 105 degrees) and is charged positively near the hydrogen atoms and negatively near the oxygen atom. Water molecules are naturally attracted to and stick to each other because of this polarity, forming a hydrogen bond. This hydrogen bond is the reason behind many of water's special properties, such as the fact that it's denser in its liquid state than in its solid state (ice floats on water).
Water is the only substance that occurs naturally as a solid (ice), a liquid and a gas (water vapour). It covers about 70 percent of the Earth for a total of approximately 332.5 million cubic miles (U.S. Geological Survey). Most of this water - 97 percent of it - is undrinkable because it's saltwater. Only 3 percent of the world's water supply is fresh water, and 77 percent of that is frozen. Of the 23 percent that is not frozen, only half a percent is available to supply every plant, animal and person on Earth with all the water they need to survive (National Geographic).
There are a lot of things about water that scientists still don't fully understand. Water is the most studied material on Earth but it is remarkable to find that the science behind its behaviour and function are poorly understood (or even ignored), not only by people in general, but also by scientists working with it every day.
The small size of its molecule belies the complexity of its actions and its singular capabilities. Liquid water's unique properties and chameleon-like nature seem to fit ideally into the requirements for life as can no other molecule.
Water Is Life
NASA, in its search for life on other planets, accepts without question that water is the first requirement. Without water, there can be no life as we know it. It's clear, also, that where there is rain there is life, and that where rain does not fall, there is a desert. Clearly, life here has evolved on a planet where two-thirds of the surface area is covered with water. We look out over our oceans, and water fills our view as far as the eye can see. Our own bodies reflect a similar proportion.
Perhaps it is just because there is so much water in our reality that we have taken it for granted, thinking it is ‘only water’. Long ago, however, water was considered of ‘primary’ importance: In fact, water plays the primary role in biblical Creation.
A Sacred View of Water
In its very first sentence, the book of Genesis states:
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was waste and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep: and the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters."
These sentences deeply imply that early people believed that water was a prerequisite for life to begin on Earth.
Both the ancient Egyptians and the Christians linked water to spirituality and consciousness. Both used baptism with water to wash away sins and prepare the initiate for higher consciousness. In ancient times, the initiate was actually submerged in water.
The Druids of Europe and the Shintos of Japan believed that bodies of water, small and large, were openings to the inner worlds of the Earth, and thus considered them sacred and holy.
In fact, all over the ancient world water was looked upon as sacred. The Christians blessed themselves with holy water in the sign of the cross as they entered their churches. The Shintos washed their hands and arms up to the elbows with holy water to purify their spirits before entering the sacred places of nature that were their churches. Religious and native peoples worldwide use water to purify themselves before beginning religious ceremonies.
In recent times, it was discovered that the water molecule itself, with its angle of 105 degrees, was in the Golden Mean ratio, a basic proportion in Sacred Geometry. This proportion in itself implies that water has a special place in Creation. In metaphysics, water represents the flow of the collective mind - the collective unconscious. It teaches us that our reality is forever changing.
Water in its primal form is a mirror to human consciousness and can be whatever the dreamer perceives. It is the medium that Consciousness forms to make the realities in which we all live. Water is Life itself. Without water, Earth would resemble Mars.
A Scientific View
Information drawn from several sources
Messenger Spirit - 2009
Messenger Spirit - 2009