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Gounod's "Ave Maria" (Suzan Osbourne, singer): water exposed to music

Gounod's "Ave Maria" (Suzan Osbourne, singer): water exposed to music

There is evidence that water reacts to more subtle stimuli and radiation, but the result is no less profound.  Dr. Masaru Emoto,  Author and Researcher from Japan, exposed water to music words and images.  He then quick froze the water, and took photographs under a microscope of the crystals formed.  The water responded differently to positive and negative stimuli.

There is evidence that water reacts to more subtle stimuli and radiation, but the result is no less profound. Dr. Masaru Emoto, Author and Researcher from Japan, exposed water to music words and images. He then quick froze the water, and took photographs under a microscope of the crystals formed. The water responded differently to positive and negative stimuli.

A Tribute to Dr. Masaru Emoto 1943-2014  We are made up of mostly water. Dr. Emoto’s work proved that water crystals form beautifully when beautiful thoughts, feelings are shown to it. (Even if it had been exposed to harsh chemicals at first) and that if water was exposed to mean words, harsh sounds, etc. the water crystal would be distorted and deformed.

A Tribute to Dr. Masaru Emoto 1943-2014.

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