Water as a Communicator

Cell Communication

In October of 1994, Alfred G. Gilman of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Martin Rodibell of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences received the Nobel Prize for determining how the cells of the human body communicate with one another by sending and receiving “radio” signals. Other reputable scientists, including Dr. Lorenzen, have demonstrated that this signal transduction was facilitated by the clustered or “ringed” water that is present in the cells of all living things. Nobel laureate David Baltimore, a molecular biologist at Rockefeller University in New York, is quoted as saying: “Signal transduction is a whole New World of biochemical interactions, the ones we’ve always been looking for, because these are the interactions that control cell behavior.”

Robert Bell, head of the Department of Molecular Cancer Biology at Duke University, is quoted as saying: “Signal transduction is the single most important unifying concept in modern day biology and medicine.” There is ample reason for these dramatic statements. We now know that water plays an active role in cell communication and thus thousands of metabolic functions, and we know that the cell is not the cartoon-like little circle and nucleus we once thought it to be. Rather, it is an extremely complex structure that utilizes organized water not only for enabling chemical reactions, but also for the receiving and sending of vital information.

The DNA (you’re familiar with the spiral staircase, double helix (illustration) in each of our trillions of cells is constantly transmitting information at lightening speed via resonant frequencies. And, most interestingly, the core of each DNA double helix is a column of water clusters. In addition to the clustered core of the helix, copious amounts of water are organized in multiple layers at the surface of intracellular structural proteins and membranes. Because of the role played by this highly organized water within the cell, cells possess individual and cooperative resonant patterns that change with age, and vary relative to metabolic efficiency. Through his Clustered Water discoveries. Dr. Lorenzen has demonstrated that these cellular resonance patterns can be enhanced, or “tuned”, producing beneficial effects on tissue and organ homeostasis.

Waves of Information

Japanese research utilizing magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated that aging results from dehydration and significant changes in the structure of tissue water. In other words, as the years go by, we not only lose water content, but the structured cell water we do possess becomes bound to unwanted biological macromolecules, resulting in a decrease in the beautiful water clusters with which we began life. Cell communication, nutrient delivery, detoxification, diffusion and molecular movements all suffer with age.

Dr. Lee Lorenzen was bold enough to challenge the accepted notion that this decline in metabolic efficiency was an inevitable result of aging. He reasoned that the decline in water content and the breakdown of water structure might not simply be an effect of aging, but that it may also be a cause of aging. He believed if he could create a way to replenish bodily fluids with the proper structure of water, then metabolic efficiency and signal transduction could be enhanced throughout the body. Dr. Lorenzen has been proven to be correct.

Why Drink Clustered Solutions

The efficiency and speed of Clustered Water is due to the design and shape of the water molecules and the design and shape of the cell itself. Small hexagonal water clusters fit into and through the hexagonal channels in the cell membrane and inside the cell, swiftly delivering their goods and removing wastes. When we are young, we have high concentrations of this highly structured water. As we grow older, as we are subjected to stress, contaminants, free radicals, air pollution, etc., we actually begin to dehydrate (thus those wrinkles). At the same time, our God given geometric cell water begins to destabilize, it loses its efficient shape, and unwelcome compounds become bound to the water molecules.

The result is that our water molecules have a harder time moving in and out of the cells. Because nutrient delivery and waste removal is impaired, we experience a decrease in cell health and a loss of cell communication. Picture the elegantly designed seabird flying, diving for fish, building its nest and feeding its young. It moves smoothly and efficiently within its environment. But even a small amount of oil from a spill will impede its movements and its lifestyle, and will eventually cause illness or death. The same is true for the water molecules that move smoothly and efficiently within their cellular environment. When they become bound with unwanted proteins and other compounds, their mobility and effectiveness become impaired.

First, the idea is to replenish the body with the special, small ringed water with which we were born, to allow the water molecules to once again pass through the cells freely and deliver needed nutrients. Secondly, we drink Clustered Water to enhance cell communication, to allow the resonant transfer of vital information between cells at an optimal rate. This is one of the aspects of Clustered Water research I find most fascinating. Dr. Lorenzen’s discovery has made possible the storage of information in pure water, much like information is stored on a CD (water), and processed by microchips (the cells of the body).

New Technology Provides Scientific Evidence of Water’s Capacity to Store and Amplify Weak Electromagnetic and Subtle Energy Fields

The Memory of Water

Research has shown that water is a liquid crystal with a pliable lattice matrix that is capable of adopting many structural forms. The structure of water gives it an infinite capacity to store information within its matrix. A growing body of recent scientific evidence is now confirming traditional intuitive understandings of water’s role as mediator between the energetic and material worlds and its function as an accumulator, transmitter and transducer of energy patterns and information. Much evidence points to water’s ability to effectively memorize energy patterns with which it comes in contact and retain the energetic memory of vibrational frequencies for extended periods of time. Homeopathic medicine, for example, is based on water’s capacity to store within its structural matrix the energetic imprint or vibrational signature of physical substances.

A particularly striking example of water’s “memory” of energetic information are the sources of water found throughout Europe at Marian sanctuaries, sites traditionally recognized as sacred, where apparitions of the Virgin Mary have been reported and numerous healings have taken place. These sites include Lourdes in France, Mediugorje in Croatia, Fatima in Portugal, and Montichiari and San Damiano in Italy. Recognized throughout the ages for their healing properties, the sources of water found at these sacred sites are believed to have recorded within them the frequencies of spiritual or higher dimensional energy associated with each of the sanctuaries.

Scientific analyses have demonstrated that the Marian waters possess unique properties that are transferable to normal water through successive dilutions. Studies performed at the University of Milan showed that small quantities of the Marian waters added to normal tap water acted to modify the pH, conductivity and redox potential of the tap water. It was also found that bacteria exhibit a significantly enhanced growth rate and two species of fungi show greatly increased sporulation rates when grown in media made with the Marian waters.

Water Research Underway

At the HeartMath Research Center, we have been investigating the energetic properties of the Marian waters and water treated by exposure to the coherent electromagnetic fields produced by the human heart. Our preliminary research has shown that there are measurable changes in these waters that have intriguing effects on various physical and chemical systems.

Crystallization experiments

The crystallization of substances from solution is a phenomenon that has proven extremely sensitive to subtle energetic influences. We have shown that solutions of sodium chloride, sodium chloride and albumin and cupric chloride to which a small quantity of the water of Mediugorje is added tend to crystallize in more finely divided, filamentary patterns than control solutions. These differences in crystallization patterns resemble those that have been observed in samples treated by healers’ bioenergy and by magnetic fields.

Gold colloid test

This chemical reaction has previously been used as a detector of subtle energies, particularly the activation of water samples by healers’ bioenergetic fields. The reaction is the reduction of gold trichloride (AuCl3) by formolin in aqueous solution made alkaline by sodium carbonate (Na2CO3). This reaction gives rise to metallic gold in colloid form. The color of the colloid (measurable spectrophotometrically) varies from red to blue depending on the presence or absence of activating subtle energies in the system. We have shown that the gold colloid test performed in water to which small quantities of Marian waters have been added yields a product that appears significantly bluer with respect to the product formed in control reactions.

This difference is quantifiable by comparing the visible absorption spectra of the solutions. The color differences obtained in Marian water samples with respect to controls resemble the color differences previously observed when the reaction was performed in samples of water treated by healers. As the colloidal reaction acts merely as a detector of the “activation” previously effected on the water, these results suggest that the Marian waters are intrinsically energetically “active” by virtue of the higher dimensional information they have absorbed and stored within their molecular structure.

Moreover, our results indicate that this energy is transferable by the waters to another chemical system, in this case the gold colloid reaction, where it ultimately acts to modify the structure – and thus the color – of the colloid particles formed. These sorts of experiments may eventually help us begin to understand the effects of the subtle energies contained in the Marian waters on the water and suspended biological colloids which characterize living systems.

Amplification of electromagnetic fields by water

The HeartMath Research Center has developed a new technology that can detect and measure the capacity of water to amplify weak electromagnetic fields. For example, the electromagnetic field produced by the human heart can be detected in a glass of water placed a number of feet away. We have shown that water exposed to a weak electromagnetic field has the property of amplifying the signal many times and that different types of water amplify the signal to different extents. We have found that the amplification of an electromagnetic field by distilled water is significantly increased when only a few drops of water from Medjugorje is added to it.

This new technology holds great potential to scientifically measure and document the storage of information in water. The system is also significantly less subject to variation due to background environmental fluctuation than are crystallization experiments and many chemical tests. Of the many types of analyses we have performed at our laboratories, we believe this method of measuring the effects of information transfer into water currently holds the most promise for furthering our understanding of the capacity of water to store and transduce higher dimensional information associated with special environments such as the Marian sanctuaries.

The Water Within Us

Water is the universal medium for all biological activity. Nearly two-thirds of the human body and one-half of each of our organs, by volume, consists of water. This amounts to approximately 10 gallons of water, largely enclosed within trillions of cells. Increasing evidence indicates that the water within living cells is highly structured, arranged in various intermolecular conformations held together by extensive hydrogen bonding networks, giving it quite different properties and behavior from bulk water. It appears, further, that the structuring of cellular water is critical to the healthy chemical functioning of the cell.

Increased knowledge of the mechanisms underlying electromagnetic and subtle information storage, amplification and transduction by water may open the doorway to comprehending how these processes operate in the water within us. This could aid in building a solid model to explain the effects of weak electromagnetic and subtle energies on living organisms, and, possibly, significantly expand our understanding of the function of water in biological systems. Studies designed to advance our understanding of water’s role as a bridge between the worlds of energy and matter will provide a crucial link between the realms of science and spiritual phenomena, bear profound implications for the betterment of human and environmental health, and may well help lay the foundations for a newly emerging scientific paradigm.

From Institute of Heartmath Research Centre http://www.heartmath.org

Author: Institute of Heartmath Research Centre