When you link what we know about how ubiquitous water is in our universe, how important water is to life here on planet earth, and the possibility that water is conscious and is communicating with us in its own unique way, then you open the door to the idea that water might be more than just a substance found in space, and that it in fact may be a form, the most important form, of intelligent life in the universe.
The manifestation technique “Glass of Water” can really open up your inner manifesting abilities, help you resolve various problems and give you an energy boost in achieving something that you wish to come true in your life. Your positive intention will charge the water in the glass and after you drink that water your whole body (which is about 60-75% water anyway) will be charged with the energy that would guide you towards manifesting your wish. This technique is very powerful.
The California Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) recently released a document called Evidence on the Carcinogenicity of Fluoride and Its Salts that highlights the many health hazards caused by the consumption of fluoride. And the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) recently submitted a compilation of its own to OEHHA, which is soon to make a final decision concerning fluoride’s toxicity, providing additional evidence that fluoride causes cancer.
People all over the world have been using this amazing liquid for better health (and also for all sorts of other household uses). You should be drinking it daily.
The Center for Biological Diversity and others sued the U.S. Forest Service on Tuesday, demanding that it stop Nestle from pumping water from San Bernardino National Forest in drought-stricken Southern California.
The uptake of water by contrails in ice-supersaturated air and the release of water after ice particle advection and sedimentation dehydrates the atmosphere at flight levels and redistributes humidity mainly to lower levels. The contrails impact the entire hydrological cycle in the atmosphere by reducing the total water column and the cover by high- and low-level clouds.
Revealed within these articles is Halliburton’s long-standing relationship with the secret government and deep ties between the oil and nuclear industries. Teaming up with the U.S. Government and Union Carbide Corp., who operate nuclear materials divisions at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories in Tennessee, Halliburton was then credited with “solving” the radioactive waste problem faced by America’s secretive nuclear industry. Dumping waste via fracking had apparently been going on since 1960, according to these reports, but was only made public here in 1964.
Like most of you, I have always been fascinated by water. Water has existed on this planet since the very beginning. For billions of years, water has witnessed everything on the Earth. I have often wondered, what does water know? What has it observed? What secrets could it share with us? Years ago, these questions led me to read the “Messages from Water” series by the late Dr. Masaru Emoto. After seeing the conscious response by water to words, music, and even thoughts, I knew water would be the next big scientific breakthrough. What I later discovered was that water would be the next big breakthrough in everything.
“In Gaza, 1.7 million Palestinians currently live without clean drinking water…95 percent of the water in Gaza does not meet World Health Organization (WHO) standards for human consumption…26 percent of disease in Gaza results from contaminated water supplies…[and] there is discrimination in water allocation….”
Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder have invented a simpler process that can simultaneously remove both salts and organic contaminants from the wastewater, all while producing additional energy.
Once your body has lost between one to two percent of its total water content, it will signal its needs by making you feel thirsty. Color and frequency of urination can also be used to judge your water intake.
If you’ve ever viewed climate disaster, deadly drought, and water famine as potential economic opportunities – or if you’ve ever wanted to meet people who do – then this review of the new book “Windfall,” by McKenzie Funk, will provide an excellent introduction to the world of environmental disaster profiteering. Meet the entrepreneurs who are taking the disasters created by unchecked capitalism to the next level. Also meet the author, who wants to make sure that you know who these people are and what they are up to.