“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” ― Nikola Tesla
What is Water Memory?
Life on earth has begun in the oceans and we humans start our lives in amniotic waters, which is 99% water. Water is intrinsic to our lives and we are made of water for a large part. We can survive without food but not without water. Water is a key element of life but this element that we thought we knew quite well might have unexpected properties and might play a greater role than what we thought. A belief shared by the advocates of the surprising theory called water memory. For them water has the ability to reproduce the properties of any substance it once contained. Basically, water would have the ability to retain a memory of the properties of the molecules. In other words, Water memory is the purported ability of water to retain a memory of substances previously dissolved in it even after an arbitrary number of serial dilutions.
The notion of water memory was first raised by a renowned biologist called Dr. Jacque Benvenist. His findings sparked controversies in the 1980s with major pharmaceuticals lobbying against it due to the threat it posed. It was only in 2004 that credibility was awared when Nobel Prize laureate Prof Luc Montagnier, who discovered the technology that detects HIV virus championed this as his new cause.
Professor Luc Montagnier recreated the research and applied it with his studies to prove what classical biology and physics never accepted. He conducted experiments to prove that water has memory.
How did he do it?
In 2014, he proved that water has memory by detecting electromagnetic signals from the DNA and using a process called transduction. (Transduction - it is the process by which foreign DNA is introduced into a cell by a virus or viral vector. For the non-scientists amidst us, we might as well call it as teleportation.)
In a Lab in France, Prof Montagnier introduced a viral DNA into a water sample. This water sample then was diluted to a point where not a single DNA molecule should remain. Now with all molecules of the viral strain out of the sample, the only thing left should be water. His team then measured and recorded the electromagnetic signals of this diluted sample and sent them digitally across to a lab 1500kms away in Italy.
In Italy 1500kms away, they played the electromagnetic signals over another sample of water. They later used PCR (The technology that revolutionised microbiology and physics and is also used for forensic science) To everyone’s surprise the completely unrelated sample showed molecular structure of the viral DNA sample that was used in France. Later they recreated the entire genectic sequence of the viral strain with 98% accuracy.
The theory states that it is the molecular structure of water that retained the genetic sequence, proving that water has memory.
Science has been investigating this since the early 80s, however Ayurvedic science has been stating that water has memory for over 5000 years. To learn more about the benefits of drinking water stored in a copper bottle please click here.
If you would like to watch the documentary and scientific evidence, please watch the video link below.
Water Memory (2014 Documentary about Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier)
Why should you drink from a Copper Vessel as per Ayurveda?
We learnt above that Science has proven that water has memory, now lets review how we can benefit from these learns.
Take a moment to reflect how you drink water? Our source of water is usually from the tap where water is gushing through, bouncing off pipes, picking up all types of vibrations prior to reaching our faucet. Alternatively, we are buying bottled water, which is terrible both for the environment and for us, as plastic is linked to many terrible illnesses.
As water travels to the tip of our faucet it goes through various molecular changes depending on the frequency and vibrations. This was proven in the experiments conducted by Nobel Prize Winner Prof Montagnier. Many other chemists, biologists and scientists have researched deeper to prove that you can, without changing the chemical composition of the water, rearrange the molecular arrangement in such a way that the water will behave completely in a different way than the way it does. Its sensitive to such an extent that if I take a glass of water in my hand and just look at it in a certain way and give it to you, well-being will come to you. If I look at it another way and give it to you, you will fall sick tonight. This is no more superstition, this is science.
Another example is what is known as water implosion, you might have experienced this perhaps if you ever visited a waterfall. Have you felt the water just after the waterfall? It feels silky, this happens as water implodes within itself and the molecular structure changes making it feel different. You can search for imploding machines, they are quite popular within agriculture as its more sustainable option for watering plants.
There are countless scientific researches being done about water and its abilities but not enough to promote how it can help us. Ayurveda has been stating for years that, to each of us, water responds differently depending on our relationship with the way we consume water.
Our bodies are made of 70% water, our brain is nearly 90% of water, how we consume water shapes us. There are many questions on this however the answer is simple, the vibrations we send to the water, the karmic energy that is sent out determines how water would respond to us. The molecular structure of water is affected depending on how we interact with water depending on our thoughts, feel and touch with water. This is why the sacred river Ganges in India have the power to cure most ailments if regularly used and bathed in, for the sheer vibrations and the molecular structure the Ganges water carries. This is the power of the intelligence of water.
Water is called the most malleable computer on Earth. it's quintessential that the water we consume is happy. Water behaves best when it's stored overnight in a copper vessel or any alloy of copper with a flower kept and consumed first thing in the morning. Stored water undoes the molecular changes it goes through the bends and pipes before its available to drink. If water is handled well, so will our lives. Daily small practices can make a massive difference to the physical and mental capabilities of our body and it's safe to say largely we will be devoid of all chronic ailments over a period of time.
To learn more about the benefits of drinking water from a copper bottle click here.
Our next post will be to share the research from Dr Emoto - here is a teaser meanwhile.