A couple of years ago while hiking in the Himalayan foothills of India, I had a somewhat unusual encounter with a young yogi meditating on a footbridge that spanned a raging torrent. He was sitting cross-legged, motionless as a statue, enveloped in a saffron yellow robe, his long brown hair tied back in a bun. His eyes were closed and his meditation was so deep and intense that it seemed impossible for anything to disturb it. The sight of this ascetic literally stopped me in my tracks, and I stared at him in total fascination for what seemed ages. At the time I conjectured that he’d most likely chosen this singular spot because it was a favorable environment for becoming entirely absorbed in his meditation. Indeed, the sound of running water is hypnotic. But today, after extensive study of the techniques and procedures for revitalizing water that has been contaminated or polluted, I now lean toward a second hypothesis: Perhaps this yogi, in his many hours of meditation, was intending to transmit his noble spiritual vibrations into the water flowing several yards beneath his feet. In fact, this same water was essential to the survival of the inhabitants of entire towns and villages a few hundred miles farther downstream.
I will never know if this yogi really had the intention of vitalizing the water in the stream below him, or if the intention I loaned him was merely the product of my overactive imagination. I do know, however, that certain human beings, certain shapes, and certain stones or minerals have the power to confer amazing properties upon water and even cure reputedly incurable diseases. This is why hundreds of thousands of pilgrims make their way to Lourdes every year, including a number
of ill individuals searching for a cure, and why several million make the pilgrimage to every Kumbha-Mela festival to bathe in the polluted waters of the holy river. These waters somehow have a powerful capacity for triggering the body’s natural ability to regenerate. Can the miracles and wonders allegedly conferred by certain waters be only the product of superstition? Are they merely vestiges of ancient beliefs?
The facts openly contradict this hypothesis. Recent scientific discoveries in the field of water studies make it possible to state unequivocally that water is not simply a banal liquid--nothing more than a chemical formula. Water is energy; water is the source of life. Water is endowed with a memory and carries within a large quantity of very informative data. High-quality water is life giving and offers both energy and health, whereas heavily polluted or contaminated water can be the source for
all kinds of illness and pathological disorders.
Five years ago my wife and I decided to equip our house with a device for bioenergetically dynamizing our water. I have to admit that I was skeptical of all the amazing claims in the brochure that came with the appliance, but it kept all these promises and even some about which we had been completely unaware! Our tap water regained its flavor and lost most of its hardness. We could once again bathe without worrying that the water would dehydrate our skin. Even our dog was delighted
about this wonderfully regenerated water. He was now happy to drink what we gave him, whereas before he preferred rain puddles to what came from our tap.
It was his reaction in particular that inspired me to study the element of water much more extensively and to investigate the commercially available techniques for cleansing water, all of which have the potential to restore its potential as a vital energy.
Product Preview: The Weber-Isis Water Activator
While attempting to develop a procedure for collecting bioenergy and transmitting it into dirty or polluted water without any kind of carrier substance, which would then trigger natural biocatalytic processes in the water, German engineer eckhard Weber discovered the beneficial action of specific geometric shapes. He constructed brass rods in accordance with the laws of sacred geometry, then covered them with protective sheathing. the rods come in several different sizes and are installed on water pipes, but they can also be immersed directly into the water. He patented the process using a product called the Weber-Isis Water Activator. the Weber-Isis Water Activator restores the harmony of the atomic and subatomic fields of polluted or waste water and uses a biocatalyst to free its vital energy.
The Weber-Isis Water Activator is used for a wide variety of different purposes and locations: cleaning of lakes, water purification stations, hotel industry, restaurants, car washes, dairies, gardening, fish hatcheries, swimming pools, bottling of water and fruit juice, and so on. It comes in different sizes to accommodate the varying amounts of water requiring treatment.
It is worth mentioning an example of the many experiments performed with a Weber-Isis activator, especially since this account is particularly revealing of the device’s potent effect. To perform this experiment, two diesel cars were parked in greenhouses of equal size. Every day for a period of several weeks, an employee turned on the engines and let them run for half an hour. Both cars were exactly the same except for one difference: a Weber-Isis universal Activator had been fitted to the fuel pipe of one. As a result of this experiment, all the plants died in the greenhouse where the car without the activator was parked, whereas in the greenhouse holding the car equipped with this activator, all the plants were still alive. They were,
however, covered with a fine film of oil, easily removed with a squirt from the hose. The noxious emissions had been neutralized by the vibrations emitted by the Weber-Isis activator.