You raise important questions about magnets. Many practitioners told me that magnets must be properly aligned to work. If not vortexing using earth's natural magnetic field while water is spinning will do it also. As to the long dissertations, I submit THAT information to someone who DEMANDS SCIENTIFIC PROOF OF YOUR PROCESS. In short of the dissertation: a small amount of electrical field applied to water is enough to cause the water's structure to be smaller and be more biologically available. I have tested magnets to help with my backache. It works everytime I wear it, but it goes away immediately with no lasting effect. I found a permanent cure of that using magnesium chloride and sound waves played over the computer using Solfeggio frequencies. Other part's of the body needs cat's purr frequencies.
You frequently mentioned Robert Becker's Body Electric, unfortunately I live in a third world country and no libraries have such a book (most are English illiterate anyway here). Buying the book goes beyond my average weekly wages here!
There is something interesting about putting Bentonite
clay (a form mud packs) or magnesium oxide into the water (some people call this Prill Water). I have tested to show consistently negative electrical energies there, using the electrical multimeter tests set on 200 millivolts of course, instead of styrofoam here in Bangkok -probably high humidity here make the test more difficult.
If you have prill beads, I think they have similar electrical negativity to a tiny pinch of magnesium oxide. It needs to be in water for about 3-4 hours before electrical effect of water becomes noticeable. Mark Chaplin who owns a UK site on water mentions of using potassium, and certain carboxlate compounds (the high tech fulvic acid used to cure AIDS, etc.) to help water assimilate in the body better intracellularly, along with tiny amount of Sea Salt
of course. However, I did not get around really testing potassium, carboxlate compounds, and Sea Salt
how negatively charge water could have this effect.
As to the vortex question, I got some answers that you can look over:
Question: Is blender a vortex water? (vortex water are healthy and maybe Pat's energized water - some tests is needed here.)
The answer to your question is yes, it is vortex water, provided the magnets are located properly. There is a company called e-water that sells such a blender with a magnetic drive and they have done all sorts of expensive tests to confirm two very important properties: 1) they have verified the reduced cluster size using NMR and 2) they have verified in the lab an almost 3fold increase of the ability of this water to irrigate the body.
The device is called the Vitalizer Plus and if you do not like the aluminium blades in your home machine, or if you are not sure of the placement of the magnets, you may well want to purchase the Vitalizer, yes? If you will contact me privately at email@example.com, I can give you some more details on this machine.
Personally, I put 1 drop of Tamahi Calcium in each gallon of drinking water before running it through the Vitalizer as this is a powerful way to imbue the small water clusters produced with the homeopathic vibration of the ORMUS in the Tamahi Calcium. Any other ORMUS source would work well here, of course. In particular, it is probable that many CG preparations have ORMUS in them and seeding the water with an appropriate CG source before blending could result in very interesting results, yes?
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Sent: Saturday, November 27, 2004 4:17 AM
Subject: [cg_exchange] Is Blender a Vortex Water?
Hi, Just wondering if vortex water I have been using is the same. For years now now, I assumed putting water in a blender is a formed of vortex water through a six point neodymium magnets while using several pointing lasers during the vortexing. I do that to improve the taste of water. But, I could be wrong. Since I have no Emoto's method to test it out, I am not too sure. Since the frequency of blender is way off I used a sound frequency sweep from very 1 Hz to 22,000 hz for about a couple of minutes to undo the frequency of the blender sound. Of course, I really hate those aluminum blades inside the blender!
Anyone have ideas here as to wheter it is a vortex water?
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Another answer from my fellow forum members:
No proof for this, but there might be a difference between water vortexed by falling, or vortexed under pressure. One fellow who did a lot of work with this claimed that when ocean waves break and fall, small amounts of h2o2 are formed.
Here is a very simple method to process:
Purchase 2, 2 liter bottles with plastic lids. Turn the 2 lids back to back, using a soldering iron you can weld them together, or simply glue them with a glue or sealant you are comfortable is inert after curing. Then drill a small hole in the center, and seal the edges of the drilled hole so there is less chance of bacteria buildup.
To make the connection of the two caps more secure you can use heat shrink tube to make a secure mechanical connection. To impart magnetic influence to the vortex you can tape magnets to the outside of these lids.
Now when you fill one of the 2 liter bottles with water, put the cap(s) on, assemble both bottles together, invert and give it a little spin, you will see a nice vortex if the drilled hole is the right size … I used a 3/8” drill bit.