Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Contamination Shown in the Crystallization of Water

The research was conducted by the Japanese Masaru Emoto, a Doctor of Alternative Medicine by the Open International University and currently is president of the IHM Research Institute. He has also conducted various investigations related to the crystallization of water so it is considered an expert.

Recently, Masaru Emoto has been in Madrid to present this research and the documentary that was made in consequence of results and a process that has been interesting for those who are interested and aware on the environment.

For this research, water is drawn from different parts of Spain to see how the handling and water pollution may be reflected in the crystallization, from what we might call a work of art for its beauty and harmony to something really unfinished and ugly.

Just how you can see in the picture, water is drawn from different places affected by more or less pollution: from an industrial area or a river that passes inside or near d ela town, water extracted directly from a park natural or a subterranean zone.

Specifically, as you will see in the picture, water is drawn from the wellspring of Ortigosa del Monte, in the Sierra de Guadarrama, where the water comes Bezoya brand and we could say that is opposed to the various industrial waters.

The conclusion to be drawn from this research is that the closer the water of crystallization is nature more beautiful and harmonious.