Almost as fascinating to me as the cosmos are the clouds in the sky. On a good day like today I can literally sit and watch them for hours on end.
Like observing stars in the night sky there is some sort of ancient primal connection that takes place while observing clouds. A connection, or maybe some transfer of knowledge, or emotion that happens on a metaphysical level. After all clouds do without doubt influence us and our emotion on a daily basis whether we realize it or not.
At times they conjure feelings of fear and anxiety. While on days like to today they influence positive feelings of comfort and relaxation. A beautiful cobalt blue sky laced with white to off grey clouds building, or whisping around somehow and in some way is satisfying.
Is there something more to this ever dynamic force of nature? After all clouds are made of water and water has recently been found to posses life like properties capable of replicating, or personifying emotion and feeling like the soul of human being. It’s mind boggling really.
Sounds a little crazy doesn’t it? Surprisingly this is fact! A scientifically proven fact that will never become part of the establishment, main stream curriculum within our schools and learning institutions. When in reality this amazing discovery is probably one of the most important findings in human history.
I don’t expect you to take my word though, I mean who am I right. Maybe you would consider what I am I saying here to be true if came from a Nobel Prize winning scientist, a world renowned virologist, professor and researcher?
Luc Antoine Montagnier is just that. Noted as being one of the most important virologists of our time. Who won a Nobel Prize for discovering what we know of today as HIV. A person who is beyond credible and who’s professional stature is that which exceeds what most of us will ever achieve.
The article DNA Sequence Reconstituted From Water Memory is an example of Luc’s research. If your not into reading, watch this video documentary, Water Memory (Documentary of 2014 about Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier).
Luc Montanier’s work is extremely complex and on many level hard to understand. Though the work of Japanese scientist and researcher, Dr. Masaru Emoto is much easier to grasp.
Dr Emoto exposes water molecules to various outside influences. Music, spoken language and images are exposed to isolated molecules of water and then they are flash frozen. Emoto found unequivocally that water exposed to positive outside influence froze into beautiful, complex fractal patterns, while the water molecules which were exposed to negative sources developed unorganized, ugly patterns that had no structure, or logic.
This video documentary shows the results of Dr Masaru’s research. You would at the very least think that Emoto’s work would have made some mainstream headlines, though it has not. Even though the results of his work have been replicated and repeated thousands of times over and over showing completely and absolutely that water does have some understood memory, or ability to absorb, or acquire emotion and feeling and retain it as memory.
As far as I know this is the only interview ever done with Dr. Emoto, View the interview with Dr Masaru Emoto here.
There is then the research performed by German Professor Bernd Kroeplin. His work has also proven without a doubt that water has the ability to transfer and hold information. His presentation can be found here in “ The Memory And Secrets Of Water.”
Even Harvard researchers are aware of waters ability amazing abilities. Here is one link to one thesis “Data Storage In Liquid Water.” They indicate that water has the ability to store about 1 Tb of data in about a tablespoon of water!
The Documentary Water’s Memories sort of sums up the work of the above scientists as well as the several others. It is well worth watching and just might give you a new perspective on the most abundant resource on the planet, water.
Anyway, I’m done ranting for now. I’m hoping Ive inspired you to look further into water’s amazing abilities. Maybe people will begin to realize that clouds, streams and water in general is beyond just a mechanism for hydration, but a catalyst for transferring information, ideas and emotion form one point on the planet to the next and from one point in time to the next.
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