Water is an essential part in almost all life processes. Every farmers or gardener uses it in more of lesser quantities. Therefore, understanding the special qualities of water is of utmost interest. Normally the quality of water is measured in chemical terms. One of the striking findings in my survey is that so many methods suggest to ‘vitalize’ water. Almost all salesmen of these techniques refer to energetic qualities of water and to its capacity to store information. Indeed, in vitalizing water, both E and I are part of the game. This article explores some of the special qualities of water.
What is vital water.
Thousands of farmers and gardeners around the world practice methods to vitalize water. As a further proof of the relevance of knowing more about vitalizing water, I list some frequently asked questions, of people searching for reliable information. What does vitalized water on fodder crops and in the body of the cow? Is the capacity of my vitaliser sufficient for my farm? Should I add some minerals of chemicals to vitalized water or not? How best to upgrade water, by aeration, or with crystals? Can water be prevented from rotting? Can I still give water to my cows after it has been used in energy recycling devices, and what might be the effect on my cows? Does water stay in optimal conditions in a plastic tank? A chicken farmer wanted to know what is the best pH of water, and is there any positive effect of adding oxygen to the water? Agricultural advisors asked: what are the differences between the many vitalization techniques; why was Schauberger’s publication about water ridiculed; what pH of water is better, acidic or basic, and does piping material (PVC, copper) affect the quality of water? Is the location of the pipeline relevant (e.g. passing by a manure-tank or electrical wires)? A researcher asks whether or not intention has any effect on water, could positive attention have vitalizing effects? An architect with some humor wondered whether or not vitalized water makes stronger concrete: he joked maybe ‘C’est le beton qui fait la musique.’
Vitalization literally means ‘enlivening’ and the term presupposes that there is some life in water. The hypothesis underneath is not yet widely accepted. Little is known about it scientifically. Science has a hard time with invisible forces; that is why interested researchers start experimenting on their own, observing and sensing, and trying to get results published. One of the prominent Dutch researchers of vital water, Cees Kamp, gives much more background information about water qualities on his website www.watiswater.nl . He distinguishes 5 different methods of vitalisation that I copy from him.
Static magnets are used, for example, to prevent deposits from calcine. This method has not been scientifically accepted for a long time. But by using magnets you can keep calcium in solution (in emulsion). If lime precipitates, it affects the acidity of water, its pH.
This method works with magnetic fields generated by copper wire coils. In this way, for example, the stench at a paper factory in Belgium is prevented. It probably makes the lime particles smaller and keeps them in suspension. As an aside: a part of what we call subtle energy probably may have an electromagnetic component.
Pictures of some electromagnetic devices for vitalization of water. Source: Cees Kamp.
This is not about an electromagnetic field in itself, but about the frequency of an electromagnetic signal. The Aqua4D method for example (see chapter 2.3) works withtwo frequencies, those of carbon and of oxygen, which together form a musical ‘fifth’. In addition to avoiding lime scale, you will not find a biofilm on this water. Nowadays mobile telephony is becoming an issue as well, as Cees discovered in his tests with sprouted cress: cress didn’t sprout better with vitalized water as compared to no-treatment. He wondered why, and supposed the introduction of 3G frequencies for mobile telephony might disturb the process. As soon as he changed the basic frequencies of his water treatment, the method worked well. This would mean that radiation from the surrounding environment also plays a role in growing crops. Cees assumes that you may expect comparable effects as well from transmission masts with higher frequencies used in 4G and 5G communication.
Vitalization is still in its experimental stages. Also for electromagnetic or electrodynamic techniques one does not always know exactly how and why it works. Sound and color – both wave-based phenomena – also appear to have an influence. Bacteria cannot withstand the high frequencies of UV light, as it breaks the cell walls. That’s why UV-light has disinfecting properties.
• flowforms / swirling
Swirling is something the Austrian forester Victor Schauberger has analyzed thoroughly, already about a century ago. His book ‘Living Water’ is fascinating reading. He specifically studied the swirling movements of water in streams. Living water would need flowing and swirling. He compared the movements that water would need to get vitalized with the movement when flowing through the internal shape of shells. Almost all shells turn clockwise, only 13 shells rotate counterclockwise. This type of research indeed is quite intuitive, it is a kind of invention. By swirling, water absorbs more oxygen but that is quickly lost again, because water adapts to the environment. With flowforms one tries to make water move rhythmically, according to natural patterns in streams and shells, and such water changes its properties.
Flowforms and swirls do something natural with the water. Other forms of vitalization have a human and technical push aspect. That is why Cees thinks that not all vitalizers are free of human information. You may add minerals to vital water, but preferably minerals should come in food. Sometimes you may add essences. Energetically, essence drops can already have a gigantic effect.
The material for flowforms is also important; stone or plastic makes a huge difference. Collecting water in concrete cellars, is that smart? You can do that if you use a rainwater filter, to prevent dust and drippings from birds etc. You might as well let water flow over stones or along crystals. A good indicator for the quality of water is the way cows drink it: if they drink greedily, they find it tasty. Observing the drinking behaviour of cows is always a good indicator to know whether or not your treatment has positive effects.
In 2018, Cees has launched its own water vitalizer. He based his design on the natural flow-form of a shell. He calls it ‘Turritap’.
The Turritap vitalizer is mimi-cri of the internal shape of the shell Turritella. Source www.watiswater.nl
The Turritap is an outflow piece of metal, easy to screw on the tap (5 cm long). Its first marketing was done through a “kickstarter project”. I bought one of the first 100 turritaps and I am pleased to confirm that my housemates are surprised by its ‘natural’ taste, they say it almost tastes sweet.
There are several ‘trans-material’ – that basically means informational – techniques. Something happens to the structure of the water, in spite of formal science saying that this is not possible as water would have no structure. The taste of wine gets better with vitalization!