Inconsistencies in the Thermodynamic and Physiological Definition of Calories Perpetuates the Confusion
Confusion about whether water contains calories has led to a masking of the vital role water plays in the human body’s energetic system. Students of structured water know that since a calorie is a unit of energy, and structured water contains lots of energy, structured water contains lots of calories, right?
Structured Water Significantly Enhances the Longevity of Cut Flowers
This video was made to help visually answer the question, “Does placing my cut flowers in structured water prolong their life?” The answer is a resounding YES! This should not be a surprise to those who are familiar with the many benefits of structured water. However, some of the results even surprised me!
New Research Validates The Significance Of A Vortex In Improving the Quality of Everything Exposed To It
A recent series of episodes on Gaia TV’s “Wisdom Teachings” by David Wilcock has been exploring the research of Russian scientists on the energetic effects of pyramids on structured water creation, health and environmental remediation. The research has been especially active over the last 10-15 years. During that time a number of pyramids have been built in Russia and the amount of research has increased dramatically.
Learn how to improve your health with structured and energized water for only pennies and a few minutes a day.
The primary goal of this website is to provide readers the information they need about the benefits of structured water, and how to get structured water at the best possible prices. To that end, we have prepared a video to show exactly how to structure water for a fraction of what bottled water, or even water from water structuring devices, can cost. The purpose of this article is to provide information on how to structure water possible for the least cost.
A Simple Windmill Device That Costs $134.00 to Build Holds The Promise of Bringing Quality Drinking Water to The World
A new device developed by VICI-Labs, in collaboration with The University of California at Berkeley and the National Peace Corps Association, aims to provide a sustainable source of clean safe drinking water for the millions without a reliable water supply. The WaterSeer is a relatively simple device, designed to be operated without an external power input, and without the need for costly chemicals or maintenance, that can ‘pull’ moisture from thin air and condense it into water using the temperature difference between the above-ground turbine and the collection chamber installed six feet underground. The potable water can then be delivered to the surface for use via a simple pump and hose, and the device is said to be able to produce up to 11 gallons per day, even in arid regions.