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Thursday, 20 March 2008

Masaru Emoto: Rice Hado Experiment


Water - BBC Health

Water is a vital component of our diets, it's essential for the growth and maintenance of our bodies, as it's involved in a number of biological processes. But most of us don't get nearly enough.

Why do we need water?

Water comprises 50 to 70 per cent of an adult's total body weight, and without regular top-ups, our body's survival time is limited to a matter of hours or days.

Water is lost from the body through urine and sweat, and must be replaced through our diets. Many people, though, don't consume enough and as a result may become dehydrated, causing symptoms such as headaches, tiredness and loss of concentration. Chronic dehydration can contribute to a number of health problems, such as constipation and kidney stones.

How much do we need?

The body gets its water from three sources:

  • From drinks, either plain water or as part of other beverages.
  • From solid foods, especially fruits and vegetables.
  • As a by-product of chemical reactions within the body.

The British Dietetic Association advises that the average adult should consume 2.5 litres of water per day. Of this, 1.8 litres - the equivalent of six to seven glasses of water per day - must be obtained directly from beverages. This should be increased during periods of hot weather or during and after periods of physical activity.

Water is the major ingredient of all drinks: carbonated and still drinks are 65 per cent water, diluted squashes are 86 per cent water (after dilution) and fruit juices are 90 per cent water. But drinking plain water is still the most effective way of replacing lost fluids.

Bottled waters

What about bottled waters? There are two types of bottled water: spring water and mineral water. Spring water is collected directly from the spring where it arises from the ground and must be bottled at the source. UK sources of spring water must meet certain hygiene standards, but may be treated in order that they meet limits set on pollution.

Mineral water emerges from under the ground, then flows over rocks before it's collected, resulting in a higher content of various minerals. Unlike spring water, it can't be treated except to remove grit and dirt. Different brands of spring and mineral waters will have differing amounts of minerals depending on their source.

How to achieve your daily water intake

  • Start as you mean to go on, with a glass of water when you wake.
  • If you're at work, keep a jug of fresh water on your desk so it's within easy reach to top your glass up throughout the day.
  • If you're out and about during the day, carry a bottle of water so you can have a drink whenever you want.
  • Increase your intake of fresh fruit and vegetables; they have a high water content as well as many other health benefits.

This article was last medically reviewed by Dr Rob Hicks in September 2005.First published in March 2001.


Pure Water

“But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.”
- John 4:14.

The Creator designed that, "In health and in sickness, pure water is one of heaven's choicest blessings. Its proper use promotes health. It is the beverage which God provided to quench the thirst of animals and man. Drunk freely, it helps to supply the necessities of the system and assists nature to resist disease. The external application of water is one of the easiest and most satisfactory ways of regulating the circulation of the blood. A cold or cool bath is an excellent tonic. Warm baths open the pores and thus aid in the elimination of impurities. Both warm and neutral baths soothe the nerves and equalize the circulation." E. G. White, Ministry of Healing, pg. 237.

The Properties Of Water:

Water is made up by the bonding of two hydrogen atoms with one oxygen atom. This bond is called a water molecule. All atoms have either a positive or a negative charge. In a water molecule the oxygen atom has a negative charge, and the two hydrogen atoms have a positive charge. This is a very important aspect of water, for it gives water it's unique properties and enables water to do many functions for us.

  • Water as a Solvent. When a substance is "water soluble," the water molecules surround a larger molecule such as a carbohydrate or a protein. The water molecule forms another bond, though weaker in nature, when the positive charged hydrogen atoms in the water molecule attach to the substance that has a negative charge. This is the process of how other substances are dissolved in water.

  • Water as our Transportation System. Water now works to transport nutrients from the food we eat, oxygen to the cells, and CO2 from the cells to the lungs to be expired. Water is the medium which provides nourishment and cleansing within the body. It makes up 83% of our blood and is critical for every organ in our body. Water is the medium which transports the nutrients and oxygen inside the cells and removes waste.

  • Water as a Regulator. Water has great heat absorbing capabilities. This is why we add it to the antifreeze in our car radiators in order to cool the engines. When we get hot from exercise or outside temperatures, our blood circulates through the body to balance the temperature. When the body temperature climbs, the pores in the skin open, sweat pours out, and body heat is lost through perspiration, which is 95--98% water. Once outside the body, perspiration cools through evaporation. Our Creator has built an air-conditioning system within us to keep the body from over-heating and destroying the cells. The blood, which is made up of over 80% water, works to keep our skin warm when exposed to the cold. Have you ever had red, rosy cheeks in the winter? This is blood coming to the surface of the facial skin in order to keep it warm.

  • Water as a Lubricant. In our cars and machinery we use oil, grease, silicone, etc. to act as lubricants. The Creator designed that water would be the key component in the fluids that lubricate our joints, such as our knees and elbows. Water makes up most of our saliva and digestive juices. Have you ever tried swallowing with a dry mouth? Water plays a very important part in all the other fluids that surround our tissues and cells.

The Body's Use Of Water:

  • Blood: The red and white blood cells are suspended in plasma, as well as the nutrients, minerals, enzymes, and hormones. It is very important to keep the blood thin enough to allow free-flowing circulation. Blood that is healthy will do the needed work of cell cleansing and waste removal. When the blood is too thick and the red blood cells cannot flow easily, a diseased condition appears. Start your day with one to two large glasses of very warm water, it will enter your circulatory system and begin cleansing your bowels right away.

  • Digestion: Our saliva and all other digestive juices are very important factors in the breakdown of billions of food molecules, so that our small intestines can absorb the nutrients we eat. Water is the key component in these various juices. Lack of water will greatly retard digestion, causing poor digestion and clogging to the system. However, do not drink with your meals for it will dilute the stomach's hydrochloric acid and greatly weaken the stomach's ability to digest food properly.

  • Cell Metabolism: Water is a very important part of each cell and its ability to produce energy-cell metabolism. All nutrients, minerals, enzymes, oxygen, etc., are moved in through the cell membranes to the various working parts inside the cell. Water is used within the cell to produce many chemical reactions. Cell waste is also transported by cellular fluids back to the blood for cell cleansing. When we do not get enough water, it is like draining the water out of the fish tank with all the fish inside. We dehydrate ourselves, and if continued, sickness and disease sets in.

  • Elimination of Body Waste: The body uses the cellular fluid, blood, lymphatic fluid, and mucus in order to clean itself internally. The blood deposits body waste into the colon or large intestine. Water plays a major role in this process, for about 2/3 of the stool is made up of water. The rest is solid waste, such as dead blood cells, bacteria, fat, cellulose, etc.

  • The Brain and Nerves: Our brains are about 75% water. Here water also plays a major roll in our ability to think, to remember, and to relate socially to one another. Lack of water in our systems will result in mental dullness, depression, fatigue, and our inability to handle stress well. Water is also essential for the neuro-transmitters to move properly along the long nerve axon tubes. It is best to drink eight or more glasses of water each day. If you start to feel tired or depressed try water, fresh air, exercise and prayer.

How Much Do We Drink?

As a general rule we should drink two quarts of water daily, more when we are sick or perspiring. A good formula for daily water intake is: divide your body weight by two, then drink one ounce for every pound. Remember, that two glasses of warm water in the morning really gets the blood flowing and helps in having a good bowel movement.

What Should We Drink?

  • Soft Water: This comes from rivers, springs and the ocean. Distilled water is also soft water and the best type of water for drinking. It has no minerals or contaminants such as FLUORINE or CHLORINE, which act as slow poisons to the body. Distilled water aids the kidneys and rids the body of mineral deposits such as kidney stones. It also helps to prevent arteriosclerosis, which is the build-up of plaque on the walls of the arteries.

  • Hard Water: Contains calcium, magnesium, and other trace minerals, which are inorganic and cannot be assimilated by the body. Distilled water is still the best water for us, especially if a person is a vegetarian.

  • Mineral Water: Trace mineral water and sea salt water have many good health and healing properties. Most of us lack enough minerals in our diet due to crops gown in poor soil. Research supports that by taking a small amount of trace minerals daily that many health problems are relieved. Before taking any mineral water or supplements, testing is very important to discover what minerals a person may be deficient in.

  • Chlorinated Water: Has been found to cause serious health problems such as: atherosclerosis, diabetes, muscular dystrophy, asthma and allergies. Chlorinated water destroys vitamin E, a necessary antioxidant which aids in destroying free radicals.

  • Fluoridated Water: Is treated with a highly toxic compound called sodium fluoride which can cause cancer, arthritis, birth defects and allergies.

  • Tea, Coffee, and Soda: These common beverages are found everywhere in our society. Their long- term use can be very dangerous. Most people drink caffeinated drinks to give them a "boost of energy" to help get them started in the morning, or to help them through the day. (See section on caffeine, pg. 40, to understand this "boost effect.") This puts a strain on the nerves, the digestive and immune systems, and the heart. It stimulates insulin production in the pancreas and it can damage the pancreas. Caffeine can also enter into the cell nucleus causing genetic damage. This can affect the brain of an unborn fetus.

  • Sugar in soda or anything else, inhibits the ability of the pancreatic fluids to work in digestion.

  • Alcohol: Has the ability to pass through the "blood-brain barrier," which seriously inhibits the neuron, motor, and sensory areas of the brain. Alcohol will damage the liver and is not fit for human consumption.

A constant lack of water in the system is one of the many ways we are slowly killing ourselves. It also speeds up the aging process. Compare it with the drying out of plums, which become prunes. Now prunes are great to eat, but our Creator never designed us to become one!

Without water we can live only about 3 days. When our body becomes dehydrated by 10%, we are in a very serious crisis. If the percentage climbs much higher, death is the result. Lack of water in the body is one of the most serious health problems today, and it shows up in many forms of disease.

Much of this article was extracted from an article by Dr. Michael Casey and Ashley Cunningham, Our Creator's Plan for Excellent Health, www.pathwaytoeden.com


Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Hope for healing

This article is from The Star Online (http://thestar.com.my/)


Sunday March 16, 2008

Hope for healing

Exploring emerging different healing methods.


SINCE the beginning of 2008, I have been introduced to several exciting fields of healing that have made me more optimistic that in spite of the dark scenario regarding cancer and metabolic/degenerative diseases afflicting us more frequently, there is hope on the horizon that our ingenuity will yet save us from these scourges.

These healing concepts, methods and machines range from the applications of little-understood scalar energy, informational medicine, DNA reprogramming, and cutting-edge million-dollar rotational field quantum magnetic resonance (RFQMR). I will introduce two of these today and the others later.

Scalar energy

Scalar energy is described as "standing waves" or energy waves that do not move and do not behave like electromagnetic waves.

They are naturally produced when two "mirror-image" electromagnetic waves cancel each other (when these waves are resonant, they magnify each other).

Scalar energy is thought to permeate the entire universe and every cell in our body, and positively influences our health.

Because it is static, scalar energy cannot be detected by the usual scientific instruments. However, there are some machines that claim to detect scalar energy. Some say that Kirlian photography and GDV (gas-discharge visualisation) detect scalar energy although the methods involved suggest that they actually detect bio-electric energy (highly magnified).

Because of the uncertainty of its nature and behaviour, little is known about scalar energy, although its proponents predict that in the future, we can even make drugs obsolete when we fully harness its potential. That will be a nightmare for the drug companies, but a boon for us all.

Unfortunately, like nuclear force, it can also be harnessed for weapons of mass destruction.

The Cytotron (Rotational Field Quantum Magnetic Resonance – RFQMR device) was invented by biophysicist/radiobiologist Dr Rajah Vijay Kumar of the Centre for Advanced Research and Development (CARD) in Bangalore, India.

Quantum pendant

My interest in it arose because two of my friends reported that their mothers, who both suffered from stroke and were wheel-chair bound, improved after wearing pendants made from fused volcanic minerals.

I discovered that hundreds of others have also benefited from improved energy levels to reduced pain, stiffness and headaches, and better sleep upon wearing the pendants.

Many athletes and golfers wear them to improve their performance, and some mothers reported that their hyperactive children became calmer after wearing them.

These "quantum pendants" are said to emit scalar energy that act as healing energy to the cells, and can start the healing process even after it has stopped for many years.

Scalar energy can also improve the health-qualities of water and food, and there are many testimonies from those who drink the scalar-energised water, including one lady who claimed it cured her infertility!

The scalar-energy emitting minerals have also been imbedded into flasks, bangles and wristwatches. So there are many ways to benefit from this energy.

Scalar energy sounds very much like qi – the healing life force, and I was forced to investigate.

A search on the web reveals that mainstream science regards this as "pseudoscience", but that is not surprising, as qi itself is pseudoscience – something that exists only for those who believe in it, but not accepted by the scientific community.

But as a scientist who feels and can command it, qi is real and scientific to me, and I'm sure it is real also to the thousands of others who have experienced it themselves.

And definitely to the thousands who have been healed by qigong exercises when modern medicine couldn't help them any more.

Scalar energy is indeed different from the electromagnetic spectrum we are so accustomed to, and is very close to qi. In fact, qi has properties of both scalar and electromagnetic energies.

Sometime back, I wrote about the vivifier disc where I described how it helped many people with their illnesses and how fresh water fish can survive in vivified salt water.

The vivifier is also made of minerals and crystals, but is much more expensive. It also works through scalar energy. So now those who would like to benefit from the healing effects of scalar energy have a much cheaper alternative.


The Cytotron (Rotational Field Quantum Magnetic Resonance – RFQMR device) was invented by biophysicist/radiobiologist Dr Rajah Vijay Kumar of the Centre for Advanced Research and Development (CARD) in Bangalore, India.

It uses electromagnetic beams and strong magnetic fields to modify the cell membrane electrical charge (trans-membrane potential) to cause tissue regeneration and repair for treating chronic or degenerative diseases such as arthritis.

It is very effective in curing certain conditions such as a damaged knee by stimulating regeneration of the cartilage tissue, something that is difficult to achieve otherwise.

It can also be programmed to cause selective cell destruction, and is therefore a powerful weapon against cancer. The treatment is non-invasive, painless and free from any side-effects.

The machine is a state-of-the-art computerised gadget that looks very much like an MRI machine we are already familiar with, except that this is used for treatment.

The first machine will soon be available in Malaysia, and hopefully will be able to help all those with cancer, arthritis and other diseases.

Although the initial clinical studies concentrated on its use on arthritis and cancer, it is envisaged that it can be useful to treat many conditions, including: heart disease – stimulation of angiogenic growth factor and promoting coronary and peripheral blood vessel growth; diabetes and diabetic neuropathy; reducing pain and disability due to trauma; carpel tunnel syndrome; migraine; epilepsy; tinnitus; osteoporosis; wound healing ; and many more.

My main interest is of course its use against cancer. The Cytotron utilises a totally different approach compared to conventional cancer treatments.

Instead of the very high frequency ionising radiation used in radiotherapy, the Cytotron uses low power, non-ionising, non-thermal electromagnetic waves which have been shown to be safe and effective in clinical studies.

The aim of Cytotron cancer therapy is not the immediate destruction of the cancer cells, but stopping the uncontrolled mitosis, putting the cell in a vegetative state and then die through apoptosis (programmed cell death).

We already know that trans-membrane potential of the cells can have dramatic effects on cell function, and that cancer cells have very low trans-membrane potential.

Cytotron therapy increases the trans-membrane potential of the cancer cells from the unhealthy -20 mV to the healthy -90 mV range.

By this change, some normal functions are re-activated and the uncontrolled mitosis of the cell ceases.

A clinical study was done on more than 100 terminal cancer patients. After Cytotron therapy, the results were:

  • 90% symptomatic relief (such as easing of pain, stopping pain killers, no more weight loss etc)
  • In most of the patients, the tumour progression is stopped or reversed
  • More than 60% survived more than one year
  • More than 35 % went back to normal lives and were cancer-free for two years

The outcome of the Cytotron therapy is indeed outstanding. All the patients were terminal cases. It is expected that cancer patients who are not in such a bad state should respond even better.

While there are expensive and sophisticated machines to help us recover from illnesses, it is still better to prevent the illness. For this I recommend that you practise qigong as part of your strategy.

Dr Amir Farid Isahak is a medical specialist who practises holistic, aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine. He is a qigong master and founder of SuperQigong. For further information, e-mail <a href="mailto:starhealth@thestar.com.my">starhealth@thestar.com.my</a>.

The views expressed are those of the writer and readers are advised to always consult expert advice before undertaking any changes to their lifestyles.

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