Water is life. It is a strange substance that is so common to us we forget how amazing and dynamic it really is. Water is the gate between the quantum world (or what could be called the spiritual realm as there is nothing tangible there) and the physical world we live in.
Hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table. It is the most basic element and contains one electron. When this first element mixes with oxygen, (a very non-tanglible substance) we get H2O, or water. Water is the gate to the physical world; the river that all must cross. Not all water is the same because that one electron of the hydrogen molecule is emitting light and light is information that tells the water how to behave.
Many of you know that water can take on information and has memory because of the work with sound and water. (Dr. Emoto) If not, check it out.
Water also behaves as a battery conductor. We make water in the mitochondria of our cells. (I have written in past blogs extensively about this.) Water conducts electricity and when we shift from sugars to fats our body switches from extracellular water to intracellular water. This is why people lose water weight on a keto diet. Water conducts. One of the major reasons why wireless tech is so bad is that it dehydrates us on a cellular level and in turn reduces the size of your quantum battery to hold charge to power the system that is you. In other words, the more we power our man-made wireless devices (cell phones), the less we power our biotech devices (our bodies). The 2 oppose one another on a spectrum. Dehydration leads to death. This is true for our bodies and plants alike.
I moved from the central coast of California to the upper peninsula of Michigan. In CA water is an issue and everything is brown and dry. In Ironwood the ground is moist year round and I am 20 minutes from the largest freshwater lake in the world. It rains often in the months when it isn't snowing and everything is green (or white in the winter). Life is abundant here and the sheer amount of trees and plant life is a tell.
Angela, Caden and I recently explored a beautiful waterfall that is a short hike 5 minutes from our home and it reminded me how dynamic water is. It moves and changes constantly. Water picks up information along its journey. We are surrounded by endless, unique forms of plant life and even mushrooms. We will have snow, lots of it and I'm sure you will get a frozen water blog this winter, but for now take a minute to appreciate the glass of water in front of you. It is life itself; a quantum gate in liquid form. Water is life. Don't forget it.
Rob Alexander is on a journey to learn not just about health but everything else.
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