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Water Dynamics

“The upholder of the cycles which sustain all Life is water. In every drop of water dwells a deity whom indeed we all serve. There also dwells Life, the soul of the primal substance – water – whose boundaries and banks are the capillaries that guide it, and in which it circulates. Every pulse beat arising through the interaction of will and resistance is indicative of creative work and urges us to care for those vessels, those primary and most vital structures, in which throbs the product of a dualistic power – Life”

Viktor Schauberger

Natural water is part of a constant circulation system that forms a fundamental part of the Earth´s eco-system. There is constant cycle of re-generation of natural water surfacing from underground springs, which connect to rivers, and eventually to the sea. The water evaporates and enters the atmosphere, falls back to earth in the form of rain, and is then absorbed into the ground. In the ground it accumulates and eventually re-emerges from springs. This natural cycle of water leads to a re-balancing of the water chemistry, which is best suited to the requirements of all living organisms all the way from single cell bacteria up to the human body.

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This same regenerative cycle goes on within the human body though the intake of water, which is then returned at a later point back into the circulation cycle. The body uses water in many ways, and particularly the hydration of cells, and for mediating chemical balance throughout the body via the blood, and inter-cellular chemical exchange.

Natural water easily becomes polluted through the addition of man-made processes including chemicals, bacterial agents, waste products, and through simple stagnation and isolation. The vibration and energetics of this water are considerably different from natural water, even when this water has been through man-made cleaning, filtering, and purification processes.

The coMra Wave technology improves the quality and freshness of such water without the use of man-made chemical agents or processing, but rather uses the water´s own natural electromagnetic structure to re-order and re-arrange, and re-energise the water in a re-generative process similar to the natural eco-system cycle.

Water is a molecule consisting of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom bonded together in a polar arrangement. This molecule, because if its polar nature, exhibits a high degree of sensitivity to surrounding electromagnetic radiation. This includes the electromagnetic signatures of other compounds contained within the water.

The oxygen atoms are surrounded by a small distribution of negative charge, and the hydrogen a small distribution of positive charge. The overall charge distribution surrounding a single molecule enables weak bonding arrangements of the individual water molecules with other water molecules.

This results in the formation of clusters of water molecules within the bulk body of the water.

When clusters are formed the bonding naturally inhibits further bonding with other molecules, and hence stable clusters form throughout the body of the water.

The freshness and quality of water is dependent on a variety of factors that include the nature and stability of the molecule clusters and their structure within the bulk body of the water. Smaller cluster size and hence increased energetic dynamics of water are associated with a higher quality of water, and would be similar to water obtained from a fresh running stream. Stagnant and still water exhibit higher clustering sizes, random structure, and a lower overall energetic and vibrational state.

It has been shown that the dynamics of water can be strongly influenced by the application of both strong and weak electromagnetic fields. Application of such fields in the proper way results in an increase in the energetic level of the molecules within the water, and the associated rearrangement of the water clustering structures. The arrangement of stable clusters within the water result in an electromagnetic “memory”, where the water is able to retain the signature that was induced within it, either by applied external field, or signatures introduced directly into the water from other molecular structures.