Our Water Is Dead
Back when the earth was still young, water was quite a bit different than the fluid we get from our taps today. The beautiful new planet had a geomagnetic field ten times stronger than that which we see on the planet now. Water bubbled up freely from below the ground becoming aerated and energized as it meandered along granite outcroppings and along endless miles of pristine stream beds. This natural process imbued the water with ever increasing levels of natural magnetic properties and energized it continuously. This energy rich liquid would be the catalyst to develop, nurture and sustain the ever increasingly varied forms of life that developed here on our planet. This means that everything on the planet, from the rocks to the vegetation to the water, was much more highly charged energetically. But that was then...
Today, the water that comes to us through a complex arrangement of pipes, towers, pumps and sanitizing systems bears little resemblance to this life enhancing predecessor. Our water has been recycled through many generations of industrial, agricultural and domestic use It has been filtered, chlorinated, fluoridated and we can only guess what else, without even a hint of the rejuvenating effects of bubbling freely through or cascading over the energy rich planetary formations as it once did. Even the bottled water that we buy does not fare any better.
This repetitive reuse of the planetary water supply can be likened to agricultural fields that have been planted year after year until the soil is so exhausted it can no longer support vibrant healthy growth. Though it may be able to sustain a few sparse sprouts, the earth is simply worn out. Every farmer knows that the soil must be reenergized by leaving it fallow, or planting a crop that gives back precious nutrients if the land is to remain viable.
So it is with water as well. Our water supply is essentially dead, lifeless, unable to sustain vibrant healthy growth. Since virtually all living matter on the planet contain large quantities of water, our bodies, our food, vegetation, wildlife and even our pets are negatively impacted by "water exhaustion".
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