Building a Bridge of Love over Troubled Water

(By Karoline Buys)

Lake Biwa is the largest freshwater lake in Japan and one of the oldest lakes in the world. It is home to more than a thousand animal species, some of which are found nowhere else on earth. It also supplies water to around 14 million people living in the cities of Kyoto and Ötsu. Unfortunately, rapid urbanization, domestic- and industrial waste is changing the population of micro-organisms and algae in the lake, causing outbreaks of red tides, water bloom, water weeds and bad smell. Something had to be done to help reverse the damage done to this sensitive ecosystem and that is why Dr. Masaru Emoto, together with other leading scientists, decided to engage the public into helping cleanup the lake during a live large-scale experiment.

Dr. Masaru Emoto is a Japanese Doctor of Alternative Medicine, well known for his research on the mystery of water, which shows how human thoughts and speech have an effect on water. Likewise, Russian Physicist Dr. Korotkov has carried out a great deal of research on biological liquids by making use of a Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) instrument, which captures light patterns on the surface of liquids, showing the quality of the molecule cluster bonds present in the liquid under examination. Dr. Korotkov for example, discovered significant differences between the blood samples of healthy people and those patients suffering from illnesses like cancer or heart disease.

Another scientist doing groundbreaking research in this field is Dr. Rustum Roy from Pennsylvania State University. He says that water molecules stick to one another through hydrogen (H2O) bonds and other very weak bonds. The presence of very weak bonds enables water molecule clusters to change structure very easily, even when they are exposed to subtle radiations, like those emitted by the human brain. This altering of the cluster structure doesn’t influence water’s chemical composition, but it can fundamentally change the properties of water. Another example is diamond and graphite, where both are identical in their composition, yet diamond is one of the hardest substances on earth and graphite one of the softest! Measurements have shown that pure water’s molecular structure is highly ordered, compared to that of polluted water. In essence, this means that by “sending” water good thoughts or intensions, one can effectively change the molecular structure or purify polluted water!

On World Water Day, which was on the 22nd of March 2010, thousands of people from around the globe gathered their hearts together to help heal the highly contaminated water of Lake Biwa.The night before the event, two samples of water were taken from the lake and Dr. Korotkov photographed, measured the acidity (pH) and did measurements with his GDV instrument on both samples, with matching results. On the day of the event, only one water sample was exposed to the prayers and positive thoughts of the participants.

The people were asked to visualize the lake’s water not in its contaminated state, but as a stream of pure water flowing down the side of a mountain!Dr. Korotkov did measurements on both samples following the event and after he analyzed the data, he discovered that the “exposed” sample showed an increased in its pH level, which means that the water became more alkaline (less acidic) and therefore more beneficial for life. He also found a difference in the intensity and coverage of the light signals seen on the surface of the water with his GDV instrument, showing a change in the molecular structure of the water.