The Water Explorers

If you think water is special you may like to read below about some of the pioneers of water study who agree with you.

Dr. Marcel Vogel, Viktor Schauberger, Dr. Masaru Emoto, Dr. Gerald Pollack, Dr. Luc Montagnier, Dr. Jacques Benveniste, John Stuart Reid, Dr. Emilio Del Giudice..

One or other of the above names may be familiar to you but do you know what they all have in common?

All of these people and many others were, or still are, devoted to the study and understanding of water..

Viktor Schauberger found the presence of structure and energy in water through his studies of how water interacts with the natural world. He ultimately discovered how vortices create energy, a scientific breakthrough that influences modern energy solutions. Structured water devices use this principle to energize and restructure water today.

Dr. Marcel Vogel was one of the first to study how water interacts with energy and natural minerals or elements. Dr. Vogel's studied the unique properties of quartz crystals and their power to hold energy and create energy, as well as their therapeutic application, which in turn led to his interest in water’s unique ability to hold energy as well. Dr. Vogel was one of the first structured water scientists to demonstrate that structured water exists by looking at water with a spectrophotometer. In addition, with his research into crystals and water, Dr. Marcel Vogel discovered he could structure water using the energetic fields of quartz crystals.

Dr. Gerald Pollack discovered that water is a powerful repository of energy in muscle contractions - that water behaves differently inside human cells. He found how water reacts with hydrophilic surfaces inside cells and the actual chemical change of the molecules that make H2O into H3O2 inside the cell. Dr Pollack coined the term EZ (ee zee) water because when water spreads out inside the cell to form structured water it excludes anything that is not charged the same as the water around it. This prevents toxins and chemicals from entering cells. Amazingly, we have a built-in filtering system using structured water inside our body.

Dr. Luc Montagnier was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine for identifying HIV as the cause of AIDS. Since then until his death he was studying the memory of water and how that affects viruses, our DNA, and other parts of our body. He found that certain dilutions of bacterial and viral DNA sequences can emit low frequency electromagnetic waves, just as we do. Dr. Montagnier developed a test that could be replicated in order to prove that water has memory. Not only could he recreate a virus in water, he could do this in another country, just by sending them the electromagnetic signal sequence.

Dr. Jacques Benveniste the French medical doctor and immunologist, was the first to understand that water memory was real. He was one of the first scientists to discover water memory  - he was unable to perfectly replicate his experiments showing water could hold memories because of the subtleties of how water reacts to energy however Dr. Luc Montagnier was able to replicate results during his tests only after discovering that human and other electromagnetic fields can change the outcome of the experiments.

Emilio Del Giudice was an Italian theoretical physicist who also worked closely with Dr. Luc Montagnier. Known for pioneering the quantum field theory of condensed soft matter, especially water. He became a member of the International Institute of Biophotonics in Neuss, Germany and worked with Dr. Montagnier to explore water and living matter. He used quantum physics to explain EZ water and water communication inside the cell and published research showing his research in structured water and how it is affected by living cells.

Dr. Masaru Emoto's experiments show the extent of how water can change based on energy from conscious minds. Along with Dr. Jacques Benveniste and Dr. Luc Montonagnier, Dr. Emoto believed that water could be imprinted with energetic frequencies. He is best known for his experiments using high speed photography to show the molecular structure of water as it freezes under a microscope. He showed how polluted water, or water exposed to a negative environment of emotions was distorted and asymmetrical. Water that was exposed to loving words in a positive environment showed beautiful, complex snowflake patterns.