“Their theory was that the chemical composition is important. Now the sensational news is that that is nonsense. The structure of the water is much more important than the chemical composition”
~ Prof. Rustum Roy, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Member: International Academy of Science
In our world, structure really is everything. Rustum Roy was right, chemical composition is not what is important, it is the structure. This applies not just to Water, but to our entire Universe. Chemists may gnash their teeth, and many scientists may shout in protest – but the fact remains, our Universe is built on patterns and structure, and the chemistry-based paradigm may one day be obsolete. Through the amazing world of crystals and water, we can come to understand the critical nature of patterns, and realize what it means that the water in our bodies – termed “biowater” – is highly structured with complex geometric patterns. These structures in our biowater do everything from maintaining our DNA, shaping every protein and enzyme, and conducting energy and information in our bodies – not to mention simply keeping our cells intact.
Crystals and Patterns, Water and Structure
Structured water is completely different from “bulk” water – the term used by scientists for that random arrangement of hydrogen and oxygen we are taught in school. The inherent problem is that bulk water has practically nothing to do with our health and proper cellular functioning, whereas structured water has virtually everything to do with our health and physiology – and that these are nearly two completely different substances, with different properties, and different actions, due to the structure in one and the lack of structure in the other, a fact often overlooked by Western medicine and scientists.
The effect that structure has is most easily seen when looking at crystals. Take graphite and diamond, for example – two forms of carbon, varying only in the structural arrangement of a single element (carbon). One makes excellent pencils for its softness, the other makes excellent cutting for its strength. Both are made entirely of carbon, yet these structural changes yield massive differences, and as any woman will tell you, one isnot the same as the other. If we are made of diamonds – or at least the H2O equivalent – it becomes quite ludicrous to approach the body and our health as if it is a system made of graphite or coal.
SiO2, or silicon dioxide, can appear as either quartz, flint, or glass – and again, all share the same chemical composition and yet yield completely different substances, with completely different properties. Glass cannot be used to make hard drives or radios, you cannot time a watch to glass and when it is squeezed it does not create electrical energy – but quartz can and does, and because of its structure in its molecules, it is able to store information, vibrate at specific rates, and create electrical energy when mechanical pressure is applied – a property called piezo-electricity. It’s because of its specific crystalline structure – which is what determines its properties.
Crystals have amazing properties, from the ability to transform energy from one type to another – like in the case with piezoelectricity – or to express pyroluminosity, emitting light when exposed to heat. It can be cut into a specific shape to vibrate at a specific rate – so precise it can be used to keep time, as is the case with quartz and certain watches. It can be used to tune into certain frequencies, as is the case with radio frequencies in the original crystal radios. Certain crystalline structures can cohere energy and information, such as rubies in the original lasers. The specific pattern of molecular arrangement is what allows a properly cut ruby to focus scattered light waves into one direction, and project them as a synchronized, cohered wave – also known as a laser.
The specific pattern of the molecules determines the crystals properties, i.e. how it reacts to energy. Different geometric structures have different effects on energy and information – energy is transferred along its structure in different ways – depending on the pattern, this energy may be transduced (i.e. change form) or transmitted (i.e.radio frequencies, light frequencies) in different ways.
It’s not just crystals, it’s everything. Carl Sagan said it best,
“It’s not the atoms that go into it, it’s the way those atoms are put together.”
We can do this with proteins in the body – change all the ingredients of a protein, but keep its same shape – and the body will accept it as the original protein. The ingredients, or what parts and pieces make up the protein, don’t even matter. Only the structure matters.
And guess what determines the folding, shape, and structure of every single protein in the body, including DNA? That’s right, it’s water. The minimum 10,000 water molecules that surround every protein in the body are directly responsible for their shape, folding, and coiling. And it does this through its liquid crystal geometric structures.
But that’s not all it does. The water in our body has been found to contain every crystallographic pattern known to man, and these complex structures are also what allows water to record information, changing its structure to reflect the new information to which it is exposed, and to act as a fractal antenna so it is capable of transmitting and receiving vast amounts of this information – just like our smartphones, which can only run things like wi-fi and GPS thanks to their fractal antennas. It allows water to act as the interface between our physical bodies and our bio-energetic systems, and to serve as the storehouse and mechanism of our consciousness. By altering its structure in response to our consciousness, our water system is literally connecting our mind-body-spirit, through the dynamic crystalline matrix that composes more than 99% of our molecules (by count, not weight) – determining our health, our consciousness, and our connection to our spirit. The research is astounding, and will change the way you see yourself, your health, and your Universe, forever. So go ahead, dive in!