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AquaCharge - the guaranteed Energized Water System

The lowest cost,  highest quality Energized Water System

Energized Water - what is it?

Energized Water Systems - What do they do?

 

Background

Energised water is the nearest thing to cellular water, and its life-enhancing frequencies are gratefully absorbed by dehydrated and exhausted cells - research is beginning to show that most people are seriously dehydrated, and the sensors that would normally detect this have been switched off, so that our systems become too dry. Without sufficient good quality water in our systems, many processes grind to a halt. It is estimated that a baby contains approximately 90% water, while an old person contains 70% - the difference is that that water has been replaced by toxins of all kinds accumulating in the cells.

 

 ‘Dead’ water, i.e., water laden with foreign substances and frequencies, will tend to leach energy from your system. Dead water is often full of the effects of Electromagnetic Radiation of various kinds, particularly man-made, as well as physical and energetic pollutants of all kinds.

 

Energised water is more alive, ‘wetter’, meaning that it does a better job of picking up and removing toxic material from the body. Dead water, on the other hand, is disorganized and chaotic and contains ‘clumps’ of molecules, while energised or ’structured’ water is more like a liquid crystal with much smaller ‘micro-clusters’ of water molecules, making it more like the water in cells, more able to hold minerals and other necessary substances in (colloidal) solution.

 

Decontaminate, Purify, Energise, Alkalise, Ionise, Distill

(For more on these processes, see here)

People are beginning to become aware of the distinction between ‘decontaminating’ water (which the Water Board should be doing), ‘purifying’ water (removing physical impurities, which your water filter should be doing) and ‘energising’ water - which few people are yet doing.

 

Anyone familiar with the principle of homeopathy will realise that progressively removing the physical substance from a liquid (by dilution in the case of homeopathy), increases the energetic effect of that substance - greater dilution leads to greater potency. This is one of the fascinating qualities of water - it remembers ‘frequencies’ or the energies of substances it has come in contact with. This is fine for harmless substances, but what about all the toxic substances it comes in contact with?

 

Removing the physical toxins from water is not enough -

the frequency ‘signature’ or ‘memory’ must also be removed.

 

Energising water means removing the energy signatures of harmful substances that the water contains, and adding positive frequencies. We believe that the best single way of doing this is with our AquaCharge Package - see below.

 

** for more on the scientific basis for the memory of water, go here

 

Bottled water?

 

There is a great spectrum of bottled waters, from carbonated tap water through to real spring water. There are vague official guidelines for the quality of such water, but it would seem impossible to police, even if the will were there. And in reality, the water industry is self-regulated and there have been numerous instances of so-called ’spring’ water coming out of a tap attached to town water. What’s more, these waters are often kept in warehouses and on supermarket shelves where they are subjected to all kinds of noxious energetic influences, such as fluorescent lights, electromagnetic fields of all kinds, etc.

 

The Great Rejuvenator

 

Drinking energised water is possibly the single most effective way to boost your energy - many practitioners in the vibrational medicine field are coming to a similar conclusion. It is the anti-oxidant par excellence, scavenging free radicals and replacing cellular water with a real liquid crystal water which nourishes rather than starves the system.

 

A ‘super’ water

The ideal water is not only disinfected and purified (e.g., by mixed bed ion exchange filtration), but it also goes through a number of processes which ‘energise’ it.

 

The water we use in the Aquacharge unit is polarised by exposure to crystal lattice structuring from treated micro-crystal minerals and highly paramagnetic rock dusts, magnetisation, vortex swirling, and ‘seeding’ the water with frequencies from various kinds of potentised water such as Aqualithia and Catalyst-altered water.

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Optimal water storage

There are numerous factors which strongly affect the quality of stored water:

· Dark and cool - containers should be opaque, to keep out light and heat, and  porous to let the water breathe.

· Shape - containers normally used for water storage have cubic or cylindrical shapes which create stagnant zones in the water leading to growth of pathogenic bacteria. The shape of the egg has been shown to be the ideal - it is the shape that nature uses to contain, guard and maintain life. 

· Insulation - to maintain the water at the coolest possible temperature.

· Placement - the vessel should be in a postition where there is good movement of air, giving the effect of evaporation and therefore cooling - leading to the ‘anomaly point’ of water (4 deg C or 39.2 deg F), its highest state of health and stability (see more on this over the page).

 

Thus, if water is stored in terracotta egg-shaped vessels (amphoras), in cool, well-ventilated, dark places, the evaporative cooling effect will be much enhanced. This leads to the natural movement of the water in the containers in cyclical, spiral, vitalising movement. This will work better the more the water is energised, but will  continue to energise any water that is stored in this way.

The nearest we can find to this can be found here.

 
More facts on water

Properties of water

 

The more closely you investigate water, the more you realise that water is a living substance, which upholds the cycles which support Life. And if water is a living being, it can also be deadened, and often is in these times. When not respected and handled properly, water dies and becomes an enemy, capable of poisoning life itself.

 

Water is the ‘blood of the earth’, performing the same functions in for the Earth as does blood for animals, and sap for plants. Sap, blood and water are synonymous in this sense.

 

Water possesses other characteristics according to the medium or organism in which it resides and moves.

 

 

As a molecule, water can combine with more elements than any other substance, making it the universal solvent, capable of forming ‘emulsions’ of all kinds and complexities with properties dependent on the suspended material.

 

Water tends to be crystalline when liquid, forming and re-forming temporary crystallisations or space-lattice structures.

 

As a liquid, water behaves differently to all other fluids. For example, all fluids get denser as they get cooler - not so water, which gets denser until 4°C (the Anomaly point), and then gets less dense! At this point water is virtually incompressible, has its highest energy content and greatest life-giving potential. It is also this feature which enables ice to float on water, without which life as we know it would be impossible.

 

Water has a high specific heat and thermal conductivity, leading to our ability to survive a wide range and fluctuation of temperatures with a constant internal temperature. Tiny differences in the temperature of water are crucial to us and to all life.

 

 

Physical Facts

 

The need for water

The water in our bodies is replaced every 3 weeks. For our bodies to do this, we need to drink about 1.5 litres per day.

 

As a resource

The amount of water we divert and retain for various domestic and industrial purposes and the pollution levels are both increasing rapidly, causing severe and perhaps irreversible changes to the ecosystem. The rate of consumption is already exceeding the ability to provide. Both quality and quantity of water are becoming serious issues.

 

Water standards?

There are none in Australia, only ‘voluntary guidelines’ which are not legally binding on Water Utilities, and which they rarely follow. Water Board spokespersons are routinely blasé about dangers associated with water.

 

Kinds of  fresh water for drinking

 

Fresh water has many qualities or types, which can be differentiated according to drinking quality.

· Distilled water - the ‘purest’ water, with no elements, therefore absorbs and grasps any minerals or elements in reach. Dangerous when drunk continuously for this reason, though has been used (as in the ‘Kneipp Cure’) to purge the body of excessive deposits of such material. Tends to be quite acidic.

· Rain water - unsuitable for long term drinking, since it is only slightly richer than distilled water due to absorption of atmospheric gases and dust particles. If you do collect it from your roof, employ a system which siphons off the first few litres, and ‘seed’ it with rock dust to replace minerals, and store in a concrete tank which improves the mineral content and alkalinity.

· Juvenile water - usually from geysers, etc., this is also immature water, with little mineral content.

· Surface water - from creeks, dams, etc. The main source of drinking water. Contains any substances that can be found in the catchment area, i.e., living pathogens, nitrates, blue-green algae, pesticides, industrial residues, etc. Also exposed to heavy oxygenation from the atmosphere and heat exposure from the sun, which removes a lot of the character and energy of water.

· Ground water - from wells, springs, bores. Often safe but increasingly susceptible to pollution, so needs filtering. Best so far, as it has a larger quota of dissolved minerals, salts, etc.

· True Spring Water - the best, and considrer yourself lucky if you have access to such water. Often has a shimmering, bluish colour.

 

Our energised water systems bring ground water back to spring water quality.

 

What treatment methods exist?

 

Water Boards disinfect at best, at worst don’t even succeed in that. What they do is add a cocktail of chemicals - alum (a coagulant), a pH correction to make the water non-corrosive to metal pipes, fluoride, chlorine... None of these is good for you, and some are positively bad for your health.

What’s more, the water is piped to us in every conceivable kind of pipe, and each has its disadvantages in water quality terms.

 

Soft v Hard water

 

Hard water has high concentrations of calcium and magnesium, results in reduction in lathering ability, and scale buildup in pipes leading to higher power bills, and blocked pipes.

Soft water lathers nicely, but corrodes pipelines and thus delivers contaminants to you. Better to drink hard water and wash in soft.

 

 

 

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