Water, the elixir of life, has long fascinated scientists and thinkers alike. Beyond their essential role in the existence of all known life forms, water has a unique property that has intrigued researchers for decades - what is known as "the memory of water".

W ater can retain a memory of substances it comes into contact with, even when these substances are no longer physically present. In this article we will explore the idea of ​​water memory, delve into relevant research and discuss its implications

the possibilities for health.

the theory

The theory of water memory, also known as water memory or the water memory effect, was popularized by the French immunologist Jacques Benveniste in the late 20th century. Benvenista claimed that water can retain a "memory" of molecules, even when diluted to the point where no molecules of the original substance remain. He conducted experiments, commonly referred to as the "Benvenista Affair", to support this idea.

Benvenista's experiments involved diluting a substance, such as an antigen or hormone, to the point where it was almost undetectable in solution. He then exposed the immune cells to these highly diluted solutions and observed reactions that indicated the cells had "remembered" the presence of the original substance. This seemingly paradoxical idea challenged the fundamental principles of chemistry and physics.

Relevant research

The research continued to investigate the memory phenomenon of water. Some studies have tried to replicate Benvenista's findings, while others have looked at related concepts such as homeopathy, which relies heavily on the idea of ​​water memory.

A landmark study published in the journal "Nature" in 1988 attempted to replicate Benvenista's experiments, the results looked promising

Research in the field of homeopathy also contributed to the discussion of water memory. Homeopathic remedies include very dilute solutions of substances, and proponents claim that the "potentization" process activates water memory to produce therapeutic effects.

Emoto Masaru and Mesmer Mem

Masaru Emoto, a Japanese author and pseudo-scientist, became infamous for his claims regarding the memory of water and its responsiveness to human consciousness and emotions, mainly around his experiments with water crystals.

Emoto claimed that the molecular structure of water can be influenced by various external factors, including words, music and emotions. In his experiments he exposed water to various stimuli, such as positive and negative words, musical genres and prayers. He then froze the water and examined the formation of ice crystals under a microscope.

According to Emoto, water exposed to positive stimuli, such as words of love or beautiful music, formed complex and symmetrical ice crystals, while water exposed to negative stimuli, such as hateful words or dissonant music, formed chaotic and distorted ice crystals. Emoto suggested that these findings show that water has a "memory" and can be influenced by human intention and emotion.

Dr. Luc Montagnier and memory of water:

Unlike Amoto, Dr. Luc Montanier, a Nobel laureate in medicine, conducted research related to the memory of water. Montanier is best known for his groundbreaking work on the discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). In recent years, he has ventured into unconventional territory by investigating the electromagnetic properties of the water.

Montanier's research delved into the phenomenon of water memory by examining DNA's ability to transmit electromagnetic information to water. He proposed that DNA molecules can emit low-frequency electromagnetic waves, which can affect the structure of water molecules. Montagnier's work suggests that water may have the ability to store and transmit biological information through electromagnetic signals.

Possible health effects

The possible consequences of water memory on health are a subject of great interest and debate. If water can indeed "remember" the materials it has encountered, it could have profound implications for fields such as medicine and environmental science.

  1. Homeopathy: Homeopathic treatments are based on the assumption that highly diluted substances can cure diseases. The memory of water plays a crucial role in the effectiveness of homeopathic remedies.
  2. Environmental impact: Water memory can have consequences for water quality and pollution. If water can retain information about pollutants and toxins it has encountered, it may provide a new avenue for environmental monitoring and remediation.
  3. Molecular communication: Water has memory-like properties, offering new ways for cells and molecules to communicate within the body. This could open new avenues for research in cell biology and medicine.

The memory of water deeply affects our understanding of health, medicine and the natural world.

How do you change the memory of water?

Shemmy's unique technology actually deals with the memory of water. By loading frequency information on the water in a deliberate way while erasing other material frequencies (previous memory) that are not healthy for us - such as toxic substances, bacteria, destructive electromagnetic frequencies, even words, negative thoughts and beliefs.

The way to erase a memory of water is to actually charge the water with new memories whose frequency exceeds the previous negative frequency.

Perfumes carry out several actions to produce water with optimal memory (information):

1 They spin each drop of water with high energy to change the molecular structure of water to a structure similar to a honeycomb and its advantages are that it increases the capacity of the water to receive information 9 times stronger than normal water.

  1. The water is charged with the frequencies of precious metals copper, silver and gold that the water flows through.
  2. The water is charged with an electromagnetic frequency of high-frequency water from a living water source, with various symbols and crystals
  3. The codes of the Kabbalah are used as well as the Shungate stone which absorbs harmful electromagnetic frequencies and removes them from the water.
  4. The frequencies of materials that were in the sphere in ancient times, such as wood and various metals, are attached to the water.
  5. Strengthening the memory of Heaven through the use of a consciousness-based healing ritual

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