Water Has Memory

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Published in Detodo/La Optimista, Ibiza’s good news only newspaper.

In 2012, research from the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart, Germany,

emerged supporting the theory that water has a memory. This theory was first muted in 1988,

by the late French immunologist Dr Jacques Benveniste, in a provocative article expounding how homeopathy works. Benveniste’s theory was backed by some, but heavily refuted by others.

However, said more recent experiments in Germany seem to have efficiently backed up his claim.

They found that each different handler evoked different (and yet repeatedly identical) imaging within the water

droplets when examined under microscopic conditions. They also found that water that had flowers dipped in it, showed very specific and consistent imprints.

It is intriguing to think that with more than 70% of our planet is covered in water and human bodies made of 60% water, our residual memory imprints might be filtering out of our brains and bodies and into those of other living beings.

Not to mention leaving oceans, rivers and rains awash with information; from one side of the world to the other…