The chemicals used routinely in water treatment may be having unhealthy consequences that were not previously realized. There is growing concern about this issue in the United States and around the world.
Sources of Water Pollution
According to Isaac Asimov and Frederik Pohl in their book, Our Angry Earth, water pollution comes from four main sources:
- “acid rain” (and other airborne pollutants)
- industrial waste
- agricultural runoff (fertilizers, pesticides)
As if this were not enough to deal with, it has been determined that “water has a memory.” Water has an innate ability to store and share information, both of the healthy and unhealthy variety. According to physicist Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig, even after water has been purified by current methods, it may retain electromagnetic frequencies from poisonous substances, definitely affecting water quality.
It is not widely recognized that the theory of Water Memory Transfer was established by the late Linus Pauling, who won the Nobel Prize for Biochemistry. In 1999, scientists at the European Union Physics lab in France were able to prove that water transfers memory via covalent bonding. Covalent bonding involves the manner in which atoms join together to form molecules.
Atoms are comprised of a core nucleus, with electrons travelling around it. When atoms come together, two electrons may start to travel about the nuclei of both atoms, binding the atoms together with something known as a covalent bond. It has been discovered and proven by the University of Georgia that unhealthy water is missing an electron from its outer orbit, whereas healthy water has its outer electrons intact.
Water Quality in the US
It is now becoming understood that water quality associates with the natural tendency of healthy water to form crystalline molecular clusters. This natural tendency of energized water has been very effectively demonstrated by Dr. Masaru Emoto, author of the The Hidden Messages in Water. By freezing water samples and photographing the results through a microscope, Dr. Emoto has been able to compare dramatic visual results involving a wide variety water samples, including many tap water and natural water sources.
Dr. Emoto has devised a method for classifying the quality of his many water crystal photographs. With the exception of New York water, the tap water from all other US cities he tested was unable to form crystals and is thus at the low end of Dr. Emoto’s classification scale. Below, a photograph of unhealthy tap water from Dr. Emoto’s collection, and photographs of three healthy energized water samples.
A few years ago, while preparing water samples to send to Dr. Emoto’s lab in Japan, I included a sample of water I’d been soaking magnetic beads in (as part of a corrosive test). This sample of water was identified by number, along with the other samples I sent. Dr. Emoto’s lab was unaware what type of water they were testing. When I looked at the 50 photos I received for this particular sample, I was surprised to find a round silver object in their center that looked like the silver magnetic beads I’d placed in this sample. This demonstrated very clearly to me that water has a memory and is influenced by what is placed inside it. Many other researchers have confirmed similar phenomena, including a German researcher who has documented visual artifacts of flowers placed in water samples.
Water Treatment and Energy
As documented by crystal photos of tap water from around the US, our current “chemical dependence” water treatment methods damage the crystalline structure of water. This results in water that is becoming more and more de-energized. Water with a low vibration emits frequencies that are unhealthy. This, by the principle of “Like attracts like,” attracts insects, fungal organisms and unhealthy bacteria. This is, in part, because the bond angles in the water molecules “have memory” and align with “disease frequencies.” Adding more chemicals, such as chlorine, does not address the underlying problem. Instead, pathogenic bacteria in the water become ever more resistant to chemical treatment, in the same way people become resistant to and require ever stronger antibiotics.
Raising Water’s Vibration
Pouring more and more chemicals into our water sources in an effort to purify it is no longer the answer. There is a way to solve the problem of polluted and de-energized water that is simple, elegant and costs only a fraction of what traditional water treatment methods cost. By raising water’s vibrational frequency, unhealthy bacteria and pathogens are no longer drawn to it or able to survive. For example, I have observed that mosquitos seem to only lay their eggs and be drawn to water that is stagnant and de-energized, never water that is genuinely fresh, clean and healthy.
What is needed is a paradigm shift in how we perceive and care for water, a precious resource which is the foundation for all life. Nature has her own methods for placing life-supporting frequencies in water. The Hydreva® technologies were designed to effectively duplicate Nature’s own methods for purifying and revivifying water. By implementing technologies with specific subtle electromagnetic effects, it’s possible not only to erase the imprint of harmful substances in water, but to induce positive frequencies with enduring effects. Hydreva® is an emerging technology based on such principles, with the potential to supercede most of our current chemical treatment methods. We can expect to see such new technologies widely used in water processing, soon, because they offer dramatic benefits and improvements.
About the author: Ralph Suddath is the inventor of the Hydreva® products. He has been involved in advanced studies of water, energy and agricultural technologies since 1989 and has developed a family of patented water treatment systems. Mr. Suddath has combined the research of many noted scientists and inventors, esp. Victor Schauberger, aiming always to apply natural principles to water treatment. While most researchers focus on theory, Ralph’s expertise is in developing breakthrough products to address today’s primary water problems.