Friday, January 16, 2009

Something in the Water

Water, water, everywhere,
Nor any drop to drink….The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Samuel Taylor Coleridge

On last Wednesday’s show Diva Daddy, Bob Hunnicutt told us about someone’s plan to get TAPS to come to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta and investigate ghosts. Bob explained how the aquarium, with 8 million gallons of water, is the world’s largest. This sounds like a wonderful backdrop for a show; wouldn’t it be interesting if Jason and Grant should discover a ghost from the Titanic lurking in the Titanic exhibition? Who’s to say it couldn’t happen.

By coincidence, or synchronicity, our guest on the Wednesday January 28th show will be Lee who actually investigates ghosts underwater. How fascinating is that? After all, water does make up most of the earth’s surface.

So, let me take a sip of strawberry flavored ice water….Ahhh. They say eight glasses are good for you, your skin and any diet…Okay, we shall see!

Across the sea Japanese researcher Masuro Emoto has been conducting some interesting studies on the molecular structure of water.

Emoto sought to prove that our thoughts, words, ideas and music, can and does affect the molecular structure of water. In his book The Message of Water Emoto explains how he conducted his research. Photographs of frozen water crystals demonstrate how words can have a positive or detrimental effect on water.

Emoto put his research up for peer review when a paper by him, Dean Radin and others appeared in the September 2006 issue of Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing.

James Randi extended the million dollar challenge to Emoto; something about pseudoscience for the masses. Ah the masses! Methinks they think we’re a dumb bunch.

I once read that today’s water is the same water that’s always been here on earth. It evaporates and returns again and again in the form of rain and snow. Could be that Cleopatra bathed in the water that makes up your bubbling bouillabaisse. If that’s true then it would also be true that tears, whether sorrowful or joyful, would also return.

Let’s look at sorrowful tears a moment---Would the intent and sadness be so sealed into the water of those tears that Emoto’s kind words, music and thoughts not alter their molecular structure? Does time and space have an affect on the water crystals? Let’s take the tears of the castigated and decapitated Anne Boleyn; could Emoto change their molecular structure?