Sunday, April 24, 2011

"Water, water, everywhere - and not a drop to drink..."

The sailor who killed the albatross doomed himself and his ship. Are we doing the same thing to ourselves with what we think is "water?"

It's a big business these days, even in Colombia, to sell water in plastic containers. It is touted as being "pure," but is it? And is pure water really good water?

Droplets of rain water caught by a large leave in Washington State, USA.
I have been reading a lot about 'life structured' water where additional elements of hydrogen are added in to make it more like the water we were born with in our bodies. And I actually wear an ionizing bracelet to help make the water I ingest regain those elements from what I do drink, which is probably more an aqueous solution than 'water.' But re-ionizing water is not enough, I feel certain.

Water that comes from the public provider is loaded with chlorine (I can usually smell it as it comes out and perhaps you can, too.) and with fluorine (I've already addressed this issue in another post.), bromides, iodides, rubidium, aluminum, copper (if the pipes are copper), magnesium, phosphates, etc. But is there any kind of notice that comes with the delivery of that liquid?

The plastic that the water is carried in, the ones you buy at the store, are giving off PCBs and other elements from the moment it is put into the container. By the time you purchase it, it can hardly be called 'pure.' The ONLY container to effectively hold water is glass or perhaps stainless steel. The aluminum bottles leach metals into the water; maybe small amounts - but over time you are getting more metals than are good for you. And if the manufacturer puts in sweeteners or flavors, now you have a drink, but not pure water.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) and desalinization are only changing the structure of water from being salty to being without salt and do nothing about the contaminants that are in the water.

The sister of a former boyfriend claims that their well water is "excellent," but she and her husband both have health issues. Wells bring the water up from the ground, including calcium, carbonates, and whatever has leeched into that area of ground. This can cause the body to drop those minerals out of the skeletal system which might show up as arthritis.
Rain pours from the clouds and down the
cobbled streets of La Loma in Barichara.

OK, so what about rain water? I actually drink quite a bit of that here because it is easy to get (cheap!) and I always thought that was a good ionized re-cycled water. But I've been reading that it actually is more like an aqueous solution of whatever got pulled into the clouds nearby - and recently that includes more iodine and cesium from Japan's reactors - which might also include jet fuel, auto emissions, smoke stack emissions and other pollutants.
Dr. Alexis Carrell, Nobel Laureate, 1912, said: "The cell is immortal. It is merely the fluid in which it floats that degrades. Replace the fluid, and give it what it needs for food; and the pulse of life will go on forever".

If the cell can go on forever with the correct fluid, then why are we dying of thirst out here? Perhaps all the 'water' we are consuming is not getting to the cells. We end up with issues of bloating and premature aging and other serious health concerns because the cells are not being supplied with the necessary elements to do their work.

There are plenty of enterprising people selling tools to re-structure water, to re-energize water, to show us how to meditate more effectively and thus change our environment. But of all of these, only Dr. Masuro Emoto of Japan has demonstrated proof that water is receptive to our feelings. If you go to this site, you can read about Hado, what it is and how to do it. For free. 

On the Emoto Project web site, Dr. Emoto has asked for us to pray daily for the reactors and the water in them.

“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, 
we are sorry to make you suffer. 
Please forgive us.  We thank you, and we love you.” 
This is in line with a universal prayer of love and forgiveness:
I am sorry, 
Please forgive me.
Thank you, and
I love you.

The point of delivering this message today, on Easter, is that prayer does work. Intentions also work. Bless your water before drinking it. Intend that the water is serving as your portal to doing good things, thinking right thoughts, believing in healing. And I am intending right along with you that your water is filling you up with good energy, healing energy, and making all your good cells fight off all the bad cells - and this IS for the highest and best good of all concerned. So be it and SO IT IS!!!!! whooo hooooo and Amen.


  1. I am from Western Canada and plastic water bottles are being banned in places because of the significant impact they have on the environment. Not only that, the water from our tap is just as good. I do use a filter to get rid of chlorine and other chemicals. I don't care for the taste of straight tap water.

  2. Apparently Colombia is not the only place suffering severe flooding... news reports this morning on the web (Tuesday, April 26) are that the Black River in Missouri, USA, has broken the levee and continues to rise. Also the US rivers of the Mississippi and Tennessee are above flood stage and about to cause more problems. With all these water problems, now might be a good time to apologize to Madre Tierre.