memory of water
One of the more unexpected properties of water that has recently been discovered, is its ability to retain an imprint, or "memory" of different frequencies. Water is extremely important when it comes to passing on and retaining the information expressed by certain frequencies, whether beneficial or harmful. Scientific experiments have proved that toxic substances, such as heavy metals and pesticides, etc. leave their imprint on water, in the form of a particular frequency, even after it has been filtered or chemically cleaned. These unhealthy frequencies then resonate in the water that is stored in our bodies and can lead to problems with metabolism, digestion, lymph fluid, circulation, intercellular communication, etc. Only after this important aspect of removing these frequencies has been positively dealt with using the appropriate methods, is it then possible for water to pass on its life-giving effects in a holistic sense.
Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig - memory of water as an information carrier
"All life processes are directly or indirectly connected with water, therefore it entitles water to have a very high priority and positioning in the environmental situation."
~ Dr. Ludwig
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In the book "Environmental Medicine" by Dr. Michael Treven and Peter P. Talkenberger, is an interview with the renowned German physicist Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig. Dr. Ludwig talks about water's memory and water as an information carrier. Below are some informative and thought provoking excerpts from the interview:
Question: "Dr. Ludwig, you have formulated the thesis stating that water has a memory like an elephant. What exactly does this statement refer to?"
Dr. Ludwig: "This statement refers to the following: water has the ability to transfer information, once it has obtained it, to other systems such as living organisms."
Question: "Let us be very specific here. Water as an information carrier! What does that mean? To what degree of realization of this has the modern science of physics arrived to at this date?"
Dr. Ludwig: "What few humans know is the following fact: detrimental/poisonously charged/burdened water, as we have today in our wells and municipal water supplies, rivers, lakes, underground water, etc., is often polluted with substances such as lead, cadmium, nitrate and an impressive variety of other detrimental substances from households, agriculture and industry. All of this water can be chemically treated with the purpose of purifying the water and eliminating bacteria etc., but after the water treatment has "purified" the water as far as the "science of yesterday" is concerned, the water still carries certain electrical frequencies, oscillations in specific frequency bands (wavelengths). By further analyses, these can be tracked precisely to those detrimental substances which were detected in the water before treatment. Even after treatment and purification of water, it still contains certain unwanted signals from these poisonous substances which depending upon their wavelength can be destructive and/or injurious to our health."
Question: "Well, does this mean that heavy-metal polluted water, after a thorough water treatment, will still transfer the heavy metal's poisonous information to the human organism?"
Dr. Ludwig: "This is exactly what it means. Certain electromagnetic frequencies of heavy-metal polluted water have been found in cancer tissue as well. Let us take the frequency 1.8 hertz, which is a very low frequency. We have been able to confirm that fresh water in a certain major German city carries this 1.8 hertz frequency. Mind you, that water was distilled twice before this measurement! From this we can draw the following conclusion: After any cleansing, purification, chemical treatment, filtration or even after distillation, the pollutants' harmful information - the electromagnetic frequencies/oscillations can be transferred to the human organism. They are there, measurably present in the water molecules both before and after any of the conventional treatments. So even when our fresh water is chemically purified it is still physically pollutant-information-charged both before and after any conventional treatment. It is not the chemical substance which affects the human organism when you drink this water, it is the undesirable frequencies."
Dr. Ludwig continues: "Water which has once been exposed to pollutants is dead. Even the most intensive and modern sewage treatment facilities cannot revive it. It is energetically dead and it contains no useful information. Biologically valuable water must contain certain useful frequencies in order for the human organism to benefit from it. In spite of these facts, scientific research institutes are not even remotely aware of these phenomena and are not taking them into consideration. Not yet anyway! We must remember that the materialistic view of the world only deals with, let us assume, one billionth of reality. In the area of energetic reciprocal action or interaction between material and biological systems, there has until this day only been very limited research. The few results this avant-garde scientific research has found have, as strange as it sounds, been known by humans for thousands of years, especially by indigenous nations like Native Americans. In accordance with this, we know from geo-biology about places with a special force or power, where special plants grow, which do not grow in other places. Physical measurements have shown the existence of a lower level than normal of gamma radiation in these power-spots. But this is the only known parameter out of a wide spectrum of factors, of which we do not have any inkling yet. It would be an extreme violation of the truth if we were to claim, as a civilization, that our scientists have researched and explained all of Nature's phenomena and wonders."
Dr. Jacques Benveniste
Dr. Jacques Benveniste, a French medical doctor, and his team presented research that showed the mechanism for the efficacy of homeopathy. To learn more, watch the following video titled, "Memory of Water" and read the article below covering an interview with Benveniste and what he discovered in his research.
The following is from an article titled "Digital Biology and the Memory Effect of Water" with Jacques Benveniste, M.D. with Wynn Free:
memory of water
Dr. Jacques Benveniste is a medical doctor who has discovered certain scientific properties of water which defy explanation by the tenets of mainstream physics. His science, which he calls Digital Biology, is based upon two breakthrough observations that he can prove in experiments that have been duplicated by other scientists:
1. If a substance is diluted in water, the water can carry the memory of that substance even after it has been so diluted that none of the molecules of the original substance remain.
2. The molecules of any given substance have a spectrum of frequencies that can be digitally recorded with a computer, then played back into untreated water (using an electronic transducer) and when this is done, the new water will act as if the actual substance were physically present.
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Here are a few excerpts from the interview:
Wynn: Could you just briefly state what it is that you have discovered?
Jacques: It's known as the "memory of water". When you add a substance to water and then dilute the water to the point where there are no more molecules of the added substance left in the water, you can still measure effects of the water as if the originally diluted substance were still present.
Wynn: What made you curious enough to start your research?
Jacques: It was an accident. There was a technician in my lab who accidentally diluted more than she thought, and realized that for the amount of molecules that were left there shouldn't be any indication of the original substance. But there was. We kept diluting, and the action kept coming back. So we knew we had a new phenomenon.
Jacques: Then between each dilution, you have to agitate violently for 20 seconds to incorporate the little amount of information you put into the test tube. So for instance, you might put one drop of the diluting medium into nine-hundred-ninety-nine drops of water, then agitate for twenty seconds with a violent motion - in what we call a vortex. Only then do you get the transmission of the information.
Wynn: A vortex is like a spiral?
Jacques: Exactly, like a funnel inside of the water.
Wynn: How do you determine that the water has the memory of the original substance?
Jacques: You get a specific effect. Here's an example. Let's say that you apply a histamine to the skin of an animal and it creates an irritation, like a blister. Then if you apply water that has been given the memory of histamine to the skin of the same animal, you will also end up with a blister. That's what I mean by a specific effect. We added histamine to an isolated guinea-pig heart and found that the effect was the same whether we used a high dilution or the original strength. We did the same with other compounds and got the same result. We can take this one step further. We can record the activity in the water that has a diluted substance on a computer, and then play the recording to untreated water. And the computer-treated water will have the same effect as the water that was treated with an actual substance and diluted.
Wynn: Let me see if I understood what you just said. Instead of putting the substance in the water, you can put the frequencies of the substance in the water?
Jacques: We don't like to use the word "frequency," because that implies we know what the frequency is. In fact, it's exactly the same thing when you record something on your computer - a song or a voice - and then you replay it. Your ear is vibrating the same way as if the person were in the room. The ear is fooled by the recording. The ear reacts just as if the singer were singing live in the room. You don't know the frequencies involved, you just know that the voice coming out of the speaker exactly emulates how the singer would sound if they were live in the room. In the same way, you can record the frequency spectrum of a substance.
Wynn: What is it in water that holds the memory?
Jacques: This is the multi-million dollar question. People will have to rethink the ideas they have on water. From the get-go, water doesn't behave as it should. There are more than 30 physical constants of water that are "wrong." For example, water is a mixture of two gases, hydrogen and oxygen, that become liquid at ordinary room temperature. That's totally impossible. Water shouldn't exist. Why is water liquid? The physicists don't understand this. None of this can really be understood by the common laws of physics. So even though it's inexplicable, all I can do is to repeat my experiments and demonstrate that it works.
Wynn: What's the connection between your discoveries and homeopathy?
Jacques: That has actually become an area of controversy. I am not an alternative practitioner, but a very classical doctor. But I was accused of supporting homeopathy. Regular doctors get very upset when you do something that seems to validate homeopathy. Yet my experiments do show irrefutably that even when you highly dilute a compound, you can still get activity. So in essence my experiments give a scientific explanation of how homeopathy can work. It's like a CD. When you break open a CD, the singer is not inside. But you can get the same effect. You don't need the real thing.
Jacques: There's nothing described in physics that explains why, when you put two molecules in proximity to each other, there would be any kind of exchange of information except with radioactive substances. The only way that molecules could communicate is by their vibrations. It is known that molecules vibrate. This has been known for 50 years. So what we are saying is that the vibration is not separate from the molecule. And these vibrations are the way molecules communicate.
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About Dr. Jacques Benveniste
Jacques Benveniste is a Doctor of Medicine and a former resident of the Paris Hospital System and research director at the French National Institute for Medical Research. He is known worldwide as a specialist in the mechanisms of allergy and inflammation, and achieved recognition in 1971 by his discovery of PAF (Platelet Activating Factor), a mediator implicated in the mechanisms involved in allergy pathologies (for example, asthma). In 1984, while working on hypersensitive (allergic) systems, by chance he brought to light the so-called "high dilution phenomenon," which was picked up by the media and labeled "the memory of water".
Nobel Prize Laureate Luc Montagnier
The notion of water memory was first raised in the 1980’s by Benveniste. It immediately sparked a huge scientific controversy, yet it is Professor Montagnier, the joint recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology for the discovery of HIV, who took up the torch after Benveniste. Although he had nothing left to prove, why did he risk to lose his career by venturing through the troubled waters of water memory?
“I’ve always been searching for the extraordinary. I find it hard to work on an established theory. I’d rather innovate.”
~ Luc Montagnier
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Driven by curiosity, he applied the technologies of Benveniste on his own research. Learn what Montagnier discovered by using this new understanding of frequencies and the memory of water in the following video:
New research from the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany supports the theory that water has a memory. This video clip shows some fascinating recent experiments regarding the memory of water: