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That’s a pertinent point about PTSD pharma-meds - they’re eclipsing the trauma, brain-fogging the recipient. Whereas the psychedelic research for such conditions allow the ‘fear’ part of the brain to be not so ‘energised’ so fear is still in cognitive awareness, but the effect of the fear is altered and muted by psychedelic substances. I hope medications move in this direction using these compounds instead of synthetic neurotransmitter compounds of serotonin/dopamine/norepinephrine etc.

 

I’ve experimented with micro-dosing psilocybin, just 1 or 2 liberty caps, fresh - and the effects are mildly uplifting, with less mind-chatter/distracting mind, calmer, ease of focus. It depends on the personality but a hefty dose of liberty caps is quite an experience for me, but there’s a huge difference between that larger dose, and just 1 or 2. Some would say they barely feel it. Yet as a (generally) fairly intensely mentally contemplative and focused person, i notice the micro-dosage eases the foot on the accelerator somewhat 😁 

I’d highly recommend it. A friend took around 5 liberties, who had never taken any drug at all before, and he said he didnt notice any effects. Yet i noticed he had quit bitching about the world that afternoon and was in an unusually serene mood 😂…so it’s highly subjective topic, and the subtleties of these drugs effects can be hardly noticed yet still produce a shift. 
 

The liberty season is upon us so some fresh air walks in nature visiting sheep fields is worth trying, after rain and a cold night 🙂 

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Is this CIA documentation showing you how to channel? It certainly appears that way!

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The gateway experience is extremely similar to ancient mind/meditation teachings. Theyve simplified it and thrown out all the ritualistic, repetitive ceremonial junk and got down to the meat and bones of consciousness training/practice. 
 

The personal energy blockages referred to are very real impediments to our progress. We will never understand how they block pure energy flow through our consciousness, until we heal/release/undo the blockage.

 

I was fortunate to experience a rapid blockage healing. It wasnt intentional at all, i wanted some answers from a person in my life. The answers made me realise i had been lied to for decades, and lived believing a lie. Immediately upon my conscious mind discovering this i had tension from my gut/solar plexus energy completely dissolve, and experienced a vast energy influx through my whole system. Every drop of ego anxiety disappeared, and my mind awareness expanded. A lot more occurred than i can say in this small post, but the experience evolved and evolved, over 8 months. I perceived with my senses phenomenon outside of my normal ego perceptions. I had an inkling i was travelling through time-space, rather than space-time, as the city i was in had changed. There were even replica people wondering around! Literally 3 of the same person walking different routes. There was info of events that had not happened yet. Some beings shifted their identity visually. They were psychic, so was i. I was experiencing multiple layers of reality over the ordinary 3-d world. It was very much like lucid dreaming, whatever i wanted quickly manifested. I recall feeling cold one night, as had got clothes wet outside, and upon thinking of wanting to be warm and dry, my body flushed with warmth, and my clothes dried out very quickly.

Time speeded up like i’ve never perceived ever before. 

 

My ego personality was completely aware of what was occurring but it was on the sidelines as my main conscious awareness was in a very expanded state. Triggered by the removal of a longstanding block (i never knew i had).

 

It occurred over months in 2018 when the uk had a football match during the hot summer. The small town i went to, i stopped perceiving the real world. There were just a few cars on the road and movement of people. It was like everyone had just vanished. There were no bbq’s, or people in their gardens, no kids playing….no everyday noise. I was in a very centred state of mind, naturally deeply meditative and calm. My ego self wouldnt move to ‘centre’ position and come online with its usual BS lol! The day of the football, despite seeing flags and scarves hung in windows, there wasn’t anyone there. 

During the 8 months i perceived such a lot - most i really wasnt prepared for, yet the consciousness flow was so extraordinarily more powerful than usual, and an attitude of deep neutrality, it helped prevent my ego from freaking out. After it being unrelenting for months on end, my ego got used to the extra-sensory perceptions - In fact the awareness of the neutrality consciousness guided my ego to remain calm. 
It would be easy to lose the plot completely experiencing this as your consciousness state dictates what you experience. It can take a while to ‘get’ that is occurring but because you’re in an expanded faster vibrating (for lack of better terms) consciousness, time and manifestation are more prompt.
 

After this experience i discovered also a humdinger of a revelation that my father likely isnt my father, and he has no idea. This thankfully wasnt as shocking as the first blockage being removed so i didnt go on round 2 of another experience!
 

I spent 8 months in this ‘state’ because i was curious. I explored consciousness, interractions, truth of being. I put myself in as neutral zones as i could find to explore this state of consciousness further. 
The day that the street became busy, and people returned to that town, was the time when i was surrounded by 3 ego beings, who were not supportive of my life path, and their conflicts literally ‘brought me down’. Exposure to very mundane ego’s influence the field of consciousness. 
I left and found my expanded state return, to explore further. 
 

The funniest thing are animals know your state of being is more ‘unified’ - they run to you, even wild deer, birds fly to you. I encouraged a wild fox to escape a pack of hunting dogs. The consciousness of all living beings become magnified in our awareness. The wind/sun/trees plants and stones all contain consciousness. 
 

The beings we encounter when our minds are very neutral are mostly beneficient. Discernment is needed to not attach much meaning to anything, just observe.

The malevolence we can encounter is best to ignore, as they are representations of deep-seated fears which your ego has. Fears the ‘world ego’ has. When we face these, they disappear. When we react to them as real, because they ‘seem’ real, we make them real and fear defeats us. We face ourselves in the most stripped-down version, and afterwards are cleansed. There’s more layers to explore of self and consciousness, yet bit by bit, we cleanse/heal the blockages and hold a state of consciousness that’s more unified, than our ‘old’ ego self. It’s a process. 
 

The spiritual/astral realms are confusing to our ego mind, but if we remain neutral, dont react, dont give our power to anyone or anything we remain an observer. Your consciousness is learning more than you know. Your True Self is guiding the process. I dont go in for external spiritual guides, as these realms are full of delusion like the 3-d world, so i hold my own counsel, and the ‘inner guru’ will come to the fore and guide. People lose their compass taking direction from external beings when exploring these realms of consciousness. 
 

Our free will is powerful and we must regard it while exploring consciousness, as there are others, like in 3-d life, that will want to influence our will. No matter what is offered, do not accept the offer. Do not verbally consent to anything. Drive your own car in these explorations. Intuition guides. Benevolence of a purity that brings goodness is overtly obvious and you’ll experience its goodness without free will violations. Malevolence always wants to hijack your free will to attach to your energy-stream. Akin to astral vampires. Remember your centre, no matter what. Return there, the heart of your life force, creation force, love and power force. You give from that centre, dont allow anything/one to demand it from you and ‘take’. 
 

 


 

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Very simple video of a smaller magnet moving towards a larger magnet. The smaller magnet has a "tail" to more easily detect spin, can you work out which 'pole' the smaller magnet is moving towards by its direction of spin? anode, cathode. + and - 

By the way this ladies channel is awesome for people trying to understand less orthodox physics.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZofOCZSxAZ1QajY2k-ffCg

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Magnetic and Electric Effects on Water

Protons and electrons move between water molecules giving coherent regions interacting with electric and magnetic fields.

 

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Due to the partial covalency of water's hydrogen bonding, electrons are not held by individual molecules but are easily distributed amongst water clusters giving rise to coherent regions [1691] capable of interacting with local electric [1692] and magnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation [1602].

Electric effects on water

Water, being dipolar, can be partially aligned by an electric field, and this may be easily shown by the movement of a stream of water by an electrostatic source [163]. Very high field strengths (>2.5  ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1) cause water dissociation in liquid water and hexagonal ice with slightly higher field strengths (>3.6 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1), causing continued proton flow in ice [2131]. Strong electric fields have complex effects on ice formation and dissociation. In molecular dynamics simulations, electric fields between 0.45 V ˣ m−1 and 3 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1 accelerate the freezing of water into cubic ice by affecting the arrangement of neighbors in the second coordination shell of a water molecule [3340]. However, higher field strengths (5 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1) reorient water in ice such that freezing is inhibited [251], with lower fields (105 V ˣ m−1) encouraging ice formation in supercooled water [1327] by weakening the hydrogen-bonding. Even partial alignment of the water molecules with the electric field will cause pre-existing hydrogen bonding to bend or break. The balance between hydrogen bonding and van der Waals dispersion attractions is thus biased towards van der Waals attractions giving rise to less cyclic hydrogen-bonded clustering. An electric field also changes the molecular O-H bond lengths (25 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1 causing ≈ ±6% change in a lone water molecule), H-O-H bond angle (25 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1 causing ≈ +1%/-0.2% change in a lone water molecule), vibrational frequencies and dissociation energy, depending on the relative orientation of the molecule to the field [1727]. This will affect the hydrogen-bonded network in an anisotropic manner.

Effect of electric field on viscosity, from [2806]

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High interfacial fields (E > 109 V ˣ m−1, > thermal energy) at electrode (or charged) surfaces can cause a phase transition with an ordered layering of water at high densities similar to ice X [420]. Depending on the field's value, the restriction pressures may cause melting or freezing as corresponding to the normal phase behavior [873]. High fields (E ≈ V ˣ nm−1) might also be found (perhaps surprisingly) at the surface of hydrophilic molecules, where they are caused by the partial charges on the atoms and the small distances between the surface and first hydration layer. High fields affect hydrogen bonding in an anisotropic manner, hydrogen bonds being strengthened along the field but weakened orthogonal to the field [582]. Such fields have shown this anisotropic effect (under molecular modeling) on the dynamic viscosity of water (see right, c ].). At low fields, however, both translational and rotational motions may be reduced. Electric fields are expected to increase the differences in the properties between the ortho and para forms of water [1186]. Electric fields also lower the dielectric constant of the water [616] due to the resultant partial or complete destruction of the hydrogen-bonded network.

Pure water is a poor conductor of electricity but is not a perfect insulator as it always contains ions due to self-dissociation. Passage of an electric current causes electrolysis, f producing O2 at the anode and H2 at the cathode [1436], with the resulting water storing the concentration changes for extensive periods (hours) [1550]. i At metallic electrodes, even relatively low voltages can have impressive effects on the orientation of the water molecules and the positioning of ions [375]. c A negative potential of -0.23 V orients water hydrogen atoms towards the electrode, whereas +0.52 V reverses this, with both causing some hydrogen bond breakage and localized density increase. d Ions are attracted or repelled dependent on their charge. Similar orientations may take place at the surface of minerals containing alternating positive and negative charges such that a solid (static and non-exchangeable) water layer has been reported at the surface of highly polar metal oxides, (for example, TiO2). Also, an ambient temperature single layer ice (with all the donor hydrogen bonds oriented towards each other or the silica surface oxygen atoms) is found, using modeling, on the surface of hydrophilic fully hydroxylated silica ([701], called ice tessellation), which may explain the many layers of structured water found on the surfaces of complex silicates. Thus, a high-voltage electric field (333 kV ˣ m−1) has been shown to raise the water activity in bread dough, ensuring more efficient hydration of the gluten [331]. Somewhat unexpectedly, such electric fields (≈ 1 MV m−1) increase water's surface tension by about 2% [680]. e

The effect of alternating (AC, 100 GHz to 1000 GHz) electric field on static and dynamic properties of water has been investigated [3826]. It has been reported that passing low-frequency alternating electric current (4 - 20 Hz) through distilled, deionized water using platinum electrodes causes the water to cool [3410]; a result that has to be substantiated. The rationale for this behavior is ascribed to a decrease in water entropy due to an increase in low-density water.

The floating water bridge is a stable, nearly cylindrical tube of water of 1-2 mm diameter extending up to 25 mm between two beakers of pure water under the influence of a large (15-25 kV) applied electric potential difference (Explanation) [1361, 2661]. In work following-on from this water-bridge discovery, non-equilibrium thermodynamics and collective vibrational modes of liquid water were investigated in an inhomogeneous electric field (∇2 Ea ≈ 1010 V ˣ m2) using a high voltage (20 kV) point-plane electrode system [3703a]. Hindered rotational freedom due to the electric field pinning the molecular dipoles is shown to retard the heat flow and generate a chemical potential gradient, causing changes in the refractive index. Raman spectroscopy allows observation of a phase transition over a macroscopic length scale throughout the entire volume of liquid and the coherent control of states in the liquid matter [3703b, 3704].

Water pentamer wire

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Electric fields (~109 V ˣ m−1), form one-dimensional water nanowires along the electric field in water vapor. These consist of square or pentagonal prism-like structures [3724].

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Magnetic effects on water

Liquid water is affected by magnetic fields [1522, 1597, 3229, 3267], and such fields can assist its purification [1651]. Water is diamagnetic and may be levitated in very high magnetic fields (10 T), compared with Earth's magnetic field of 50 μT [170]. Lower but still powerful magnetic fields (0.2 T) have been shown, in simulations, to increase the number of monomer water molecules [192] but, rather surprisingly, they increase the tetrahedrality at the same time. Other studies show that an increase in cluster size in liquid water is caused by a magnetic field [1597]. In contrast, the friction coefficient of water in thin films has been shown to reduce in a magnetic field (0.16-0.53 T), indicating a possible reduction in hydrogen bond strength [2012].

The air-water surface is macroscopically deformed by a magnetic field (the "Moses Effect") [3590]. Magnetic fields of ~0.5 T, or more, cause dips in the surface with depths of 10 -104 µm. Such processing is reported to help descale metal surfaces, improve cement hydration, change the ζ potential of colloids, accelerate the growth of plants irrigated with such water, enhance calcium efflux through biomembranes and influence the structure of model liposomes [110]. The effect has a 'memory' effect of minutes to hours after the treatment; orders of magnitude longer than expected from water's normal relaxation processes (ps - ns). This is thought due to the formation of reactive oxygen species during treatment.

Salt mobility is enhanced in strong magnetic fields (1-10 T), causing some disruption to the hydrogen bonding [1431]. However, this only causes a net reduction in hydrogen-bonding at high salt concentrations (for example, 5 M NaCl), whereas at lower concentrations (1 M NaCl), the increase in water hydrogen-bonding in the presence of such high magnetic fields more than compensates for this effect [1431]. They may also assist clathrate formation [485]. The increased refractive index with the magnetic field has been attributed to increased hydrogen bond strength [647]. Weak magnetic fields (15 mT) [1278] and stronger perpendicular magnetic fields (75 mT) [2939] have also been shown to increase the evaporation rate; static magnetic fields having increasied influence as the temperature drops [4500]. These effects are consistent with the magnetic fields weakening the van der Waals bonding between the water molecules a and the water molecules being more tightly bound, due to the magnetic field reducing the thermal motion of the inherent charges by generating dampening forces [703]. Due to the fine balance between the conflicting hydrogen-bonding and non-bonded interactions in water clusters, any such weakening of the van der Waals attraction further strengthens the hydrogen bonding and greater cyclic hydrogen-bonded clustering. This effect of the magnetic field on the hydrogen-bonding has been further supported by (a) the increased ease of supercooling (5 mT lowering by about 1 °C, [1908]), (b) the rise in the melting point of H2O (5.6 mK at 6 T) and D2O (21.8 mK at 6 T) [703] and (c) the 3 °C lowering of the sol-gel transition (at 0.3 T) in methylcellulose [1203]. These indicate a weakening of the van der Waals bonding of the water molecules within a magnetic field. More significant effects on the contact angle and Raman bands have been shown to occur using strong magnetic fields (6 T) when the water contains dissolved oxygen (but not without the paramagnetic oxygen), indicating effects due to greater clathrate-type water formation [970].

The magnetic susceptibility of water increases from negative towards positive with magnetic frequency. It is reported to be positive (i.e., it is slightly paramagnetic) in the range of 0.4-1 MHz [1761] for ambient water.

Static magnetic effects have been shown to cause strengthened hydrogen bonding [1693] and an increase in the ordered structure of water formed around hydrophobic molecules and colloids [106], as shown by the increase in fluorescence of dissolved probes [108]. Also, magnetic fields affect the infrared spectrum of water (showing its effect on water clustering), and these effects remain for a considerable time after the magnetic field is removed [1697]. Treatment of water with magnetic fields may exert beneficial or detrimental effects on feeding to animals, depending on the strength of the field [4369]. Surprisingly, even tiny magnetic fields may affect the solubility of gases in seawater (solubility increasing with the magnetic field (20-50 µT) [1492], probably by their effect on the clathrate stability. This reinforces the view that it is the movement through a magnetic field and its associated electromagnetic effect that is important for disrupting the hydrogen bonding. Such fields can also increase the evaporation rate of water, the dissolution rate of oxygen (due to its paramagnetic nature), and how the ultraviolet absorbance and the surface tension of the water may be affected [4209]. However, despite claims by certain expensive water preparations, they cannot increase the equilibrium amount of oxygen dissolved in water above its established, and rather low, equilibrium concentration [176]. Magnetic fields can also increase proton spin relaxation [623], which may speed up some reactions dependent on proton transfer. Treatment of water with magnetic fields of about one Tesla increases the strength of mortar due to its greater hydration [426]. Treatment with constant transverse magnetic or electric fields is reported to give a disinfection effect [2069]. [Back to Top to top of page]

Electromagnetic effects on water

The electromagnetic spectrum

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From the above, it appears that electric and magnetic fields have opposite effects on water clustering. Unstructured water with fewer hydrogen bonds is a more reactive environment [286], as exemplified by the enhanced reactivity of supercritical water. b An open, more hydrogen-bonded network structure slows reactions due to its increased viscosity, reduced diffusivities, and the less active participation of water molecules. Any factors that reduce hydrogen bonding and hydrogen bond strength, such as electric fields, should encourage reactivity. Water clusters (even with random arrangements) have equal hydrogen bonding in all directions. As such, electric or electromagnetic fields that attempt to reorient the water molecules should necessitate the breakage of some hydrogen bonds; for example, electric fields have been reported to halve the mean water cluster size as measured by 17O-NMR [111] (see also 'declustered' water) and increase reaction rates [1336], hydration and solubility. Electromagnetic radiation (for example, microwave) has been shown to exert its effect primarily through the electrical rather than magnetic effect [455]. The increased hydration ability of water in electromagnetic fields has been shown by the dissociation of an enzyme dimer (electric eel acetylcholinesterase), leading to gel formation due to the microwave radiation from a mobile phone [714]. The resultant aqueous restructuring caused by such processes may be kinetically stable.

The solubility properties of the water will change in the presence of such fields and may result in the concentration of dissolved gases and hydrophobic molecules at surfaces followed by reaction (for example, due to reactive singlet oxygen (1O2) or free radical formation such as OH·) or phase changes (for example, the formation of flattish surface nanocavities, termed nanobubbles [506]). It is also possible that these processes may result in the production of low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide isimilarly to mechanical vibrations [1066, see equations]. Such changes can result in effects lasting for a considerable time, giving rise to claims for 'memory' effects. One of the curious facts concerning reports of the effects of magnets and electromagnetic radiation on the properties of water is the long lifetime these effects seem to have (for example, [757]). However, this should not be so surprising as it can take several days for the effects, of the addition of salts to water, to finally stop oscillating [4] and several months where such solutions are still changing [1148]. Also, there is evidence that water structuring in undisturbed deaerated pure water increases over a day or two [509], changes in dilute ethanol solution occur over days [1102], and changes in homeopathic preparations occur over hundreds of days [1039]. a Also, clathrates may persist metastably in water [485], water restructuring after infrared radiation may persist for more than a day [730], and water photoluminescence (possibly due to impurities at gas/liquid interfaces [800b]) may change over days [801].

In addition to the breakage of hydrogen bonds, electromagnetic fields may perturb in the gas/liquid interface and produce reactive oxygen species [110]. Changes in hydrogen bonding may affect carbon dioxide hydration resulting in pH changes. Thus the role of dissolved gas in water chemistry is likely to be more critical than commonly realized [459]; particularly as the formation of nanobubbles (that is, nanocavities) [506, 1129, 1172] containing just a few hundred or less molecules of gas, the stability of larger bubbles (≈ 300 nm diameter) detected by light scattering [800a] and nanobubble coating of hydrophobic surfaces [803] have all been described. Reinforcement of this view comes from the effect of magnetized water on ceramic manufacture [601] and out-gassing experiments that result in the loss of magnetic and electromagnetic effects [110, 800a] or photoluminescent effects [800b]. Gas accumulating at hydrophobic surfaces [459b] promotes the hydrophobic effect and low-density water formation. The accumulated gas molecules at such hydrophobic surfaces become supersaturating when electromagnetic effects disrupt this surface low-density water. An interesting (and possibly related) 'memory of water' phenomenon is the effect of water, previously exposed to weak electromagnetic signals, on the distinctive patterns and handedness of colonies of certain bacteria [971]. Here, the water retains the effect for at least 20 minutes after exposure to the field. It has been proposed that extremely weak (40 nT) alternating magnetic fields combined with a weak (40 μT) static magnetic fields affect living systems by shifting molecules between coherent (clusters involving stronger hydrogen bonds, e.g., ES) and incoherent (clusters involving weaker hydrogen bonds, e.g., CS) domains [2231].

Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields (ELF-EMF) have significant and lasting effects on liquid water. Using a weak field, adjusted to give a magnetic field of 45 µT, on glutamic acid solutions causes changes in the pH shifting towards the de-protonated species [1896]. Using just water, FTIR-ATR spectroscopy (see below left) showed that the lower energy part of the stretching absorption band (≈ 3250 cm−1), which is related to the coherent fully-hydrogen-bonded population, decreases [1896]. Stronger ELF-EMF fields (≈ 0.15 T) were applied to water, and its relative permittivity (dielectric constant) was measured and compared with that of untreated water (see below right). It was found that the relative permittivity (dielectric constant) of the ELF-EMF field-treated water was 3.7% higher than the control over the frequency range of 1-10 GHz, which may indicate a higher molecular polarization in the treated water [1897].

Effect of ELF-EMF on liquid water, from[1896] and [1897]

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If electromagnetic effects do indeed influence the degree of structuring in water [1323], then it is clear that they may have an impact on health. The biological effects of microwaves, for example, have generally been analyzed in terms of their very small heating effects. However, it should be recognized that there might be significant non-thermal effects (for example, [714]) due to the imposed re-orientation of water at the surfaces of biomolecular structures such as membranes [356]. Similar effects on membranes have been proposed to occur due to magnetic [657] and electric fields [1086]. Additionally, as low-frequency, low-level alternating electric fields have been found to affect the electrical conductivity of pure water [358], the effects of living near power cables and microwave towers should, perhaps, not be thought harmless just because no theory for harm has been formally recognized. Even variations in the geomagnetic field may have some long-term exposure effects. [Back to Top to top of page]

Other related effects

There has been some debate over 'digital biology'; a proposal from Jacques Benveniste (leader of the team that produced the controversial homeopathy paper) that 'specific molecular signals in the audio range' (hypothetically the 'beat' frequencies of water's infrared vibrations) may be heard, collected, transmitted (for example, by phone) and amplified to similarly affect other water molecules at a receiver [134, 1211]. This far-fetched idea is generally thought highly implausible. However, the data has reportedly been independently confirmed, but this has not yet been published (which may be somewhat problematic in the present skeptical climate). Note that experimental confirmation of the phenomenon may not necessarily confirm the proposed mechanism. Rather interestingly, electromagnetic emission has been detected during the freezing of supercooled water [297] due to negative charging of the solid surface at the interface caused by surface dissociation of water molecules followed by preferential loss of hydrogen ions [462]; a consequence, perhaps, of the Costa Ribeiro effect [551]. Therefore, it is not unreasonable that similar effects may occur during changes in the structuring of liquid water. Also, it has been reported that microwave frequencies can also give rise to signals audible to radar operators [356].  Possible confirmation of the important effects of electromagnetic fields may be found in a paper from Nobel prize-winning Luc Montagnier, who declared that quite dilute solutions (of DNA) show entirely different properties from the less diluted solutions, that seem to depend on interactions with the ambient electromagnetic field [1602]. Importantly, this research, also appears to show that such effects can be transmitted through space from one container to another. h

Belief in whether or not magnetic or electromagnetic fields can have any more permanent effect on water, and solutions, depends on the presence of a working hypothesis for their mode of action (see also homeopathy). Such hypotheses are emerging. On a cautionary note, however, many studies do not treat results with proper statistical rigor or do not use relevant 'untreated' material for comparison. Permanent changes to the structure of water are reported following exposure to resonant RLC (resistance inductance capacitance) circuits [927]. The effects, however, are minor and poorly reproducible and, as with some of the other studies mentioned here, should be viewed with the possibility that pathological science is at work.

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Now apply some of this thread to this explanation/experiment.
 


If you have something spinning in place and two objects are influencing one another what is it that keeps them in a fixed position collectively, such as the solar system, all moving all spinning yet 'fixed' in relationship due to...field theory. Null points. Spin and external 'influence' (whether you call it magnetism, gravity, bent space-time) are equal therefore objects want to stay in lowest energy state. Equilibrium whilst in movement. 

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Magnetic and Electric Effects on Water

 

Due to the partial covalency of water's hydrogen bonding, electrons are not held by individual molecules but are easily distributed amongst water clusters giving rise to coherent regions [1691] capable of interacting with local electric [1692] and magnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation [1602].

Electric effects on water

Water, being dipolar, can be partially aligned by an electric field, and this may be easily shown by the movement of a stream of water by an electrostatic source [163]. Very high field strengths (>2.5  ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1) cause water dissociation in liquid water and hexagonal ice with slightly higher field strengths (>3.6 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1), causing continued proton flow in ice [2131]. Strong electric fields have complex effects on ice formation and dissociation. In molecular dynamics simulations, electric fields between 0.45 V ˣ m−1 and 3 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1 accelerate the freezing of water into cubic ice by affecting the arrangement of neighbors in the second coordination shell of a water molecule [3340]. However, higher field strengths (5 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1) reorient water in ice such that freezing is inhibited [251], with lower fields (105 V ˣ m−1) encouraging ice formation in supercooled water [1327] by weakening the hydrogen-bonding. Even partial alignment of the water molecules with the electric field will cause pre-existing hydrogen bonding to bend or break. The balance between hydrogen bonding and van der Waals dispersion attractions is thus biased towards van der Waals attractions giving rise to less cyclic hydrogen-bonded clustering. An electric field also changes the molecular O-H bond lengths (25 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1 causing ≈ ±6% change in a lone water molecule), H-O-H bond angle (25 ˣ 109 V ˣ m−1 causing ≈ +1%/-0.2% change in a lone water molecule), vibrational frequencies and dissociation energy, depending on the relative orientation of the molecule to the field [1727]. This will affect the hydrogen-bonded network in an anisotropic manner.

 

 

Effect of electric field on viscosity, from [2806]

 

Effect of electric field on viscosity, from [2806]

High interfacial fields (E > 109 V ˣ m−1, > thermal energy) at electrode (or charged) surfaces can cause a phase transition with an ordered layering of water at high densities similar to ice X [420]. Depending on the field's value, the restriction pressures may cause melting or freezing as corresponding to the normal phase behavior [873]. High fields (E ≈ V ˣ nm−1) might also be found (perhaps surprisingly) at the surface of hydrophilic molecules, where they are caused by the partial charges on the atoms and the small distances between the surface and first hydration layer. High fields affect hydrogen bonding in an anisotropic manner, hydrogen bonds being strengthened along the field but weakened orthogonal to the field [582]. Such fields have shown this anisotropic effect (under molecular modeling) on the dynamic viscosity of water (see right, c ].). At low fields, however, both translational and rotational motions may be reduced. Electric fields are expected to increase the differences in the properties between the ortho and para forms of water [1186]. Electric fields also lower the dielectric constant of the water [616] due to the resultant partial or complete destruction of the hydrogen-bonded network.

 

Pure water is a poor conductor of electricity but is not a perfect insulator as it always contains ions due to self-dissociation. Passage of an electric current causes electrolysis, f producing O2 at the anode and H2 at the cathode [1436], with the resulting water storing the concentration changes for extensive periods (hours) [1550]. i At metallic electrodes, even relatively low voltages can have impressive effects on the orientation of the water molecules and the positioning of ions [375]. c A negative potential of -0.23 V orients water hydrogen atoms towards the electrode, whereas +0.52 V reverses this, with both causing some hydrogen bond breakage and localized density increase. d Ions are attracted or repelled dependent on their charge. Similar orientations may take place at the surface of minerals containing alternating positive and negative charges such that a solid (static and non-exchangeable) water layer has been reported at the surface of highly polar metal oxides, (for example, TiO2). Also, an ambient temperature single layer ice (with all the donor hydrogen bonds oriented towards each other or the silica surface oxygen atoms) is found, using modeling, on the surface of hydrophilic fully hydroxylated silica ([701], called ice tessellation), which may explain the many layers of structured water found on the surfaces of complex silicates. Thus, a high-voltage electric field (333 kV ˣ m−1) has been shown to raise the water activity in bread dough, ensuring more efficient hydration of the gluten [331]. Somewhat unexpectedly, such electric fields (≈ 1 MV m−1) increase water's surface tension by about 2% [680]. e

 

The effect of alternating (AC, 100 GHz to 1000 GHz) electric field on static and dynamic properties of water has been investigated [3826]. It has been reported that passing low-frequency alternating electric current (4 - 20 Hz) through distilled, deionized water using platinum electrodes causes the water to cool [3410]; a result that has to be substantiated. The rationale for this behavior is ascribed to a decrease in water entropy due to an increase in low-density water.

 

The floating water bridge is a stable, nearly cylindrical tube of water of 1-2 mm diameter extending up to 25 mm between two beakers of pure water under the influence of a large (15-25 kV) applied electric potential difference (Explanation) [1361, 2661]. In work following-on from this water-bridge discovery, non-equilibrium thermodynamics and collective vibrational modes of liquid water were investigated in an inhomogeneous electric field (∇2 Ea ≈ 1010 V ˣ m2) using a high voltage (20 kV) point-plane electrode system [3703a]. Hindered rotational freedom due to the electric field pinning the molecular dipoles is shown to retard the heat flow and generate a chemical potential gradient, causing changes in the refractive index. Raman spectroscopy allows observation of a phase transition over a macroscopic length scale throughout the entire volume of liquid and the coherent control of states in the liquid matter [3703b, 3704].

 

Water pentamer wire

 

Water pentamer wire

 

Electric fields (~109 V ˣ m−1), form one-dimensional water nanowires along the electric field in water vapor. These consist of square or pentagonal prism-like structures [3724].

 

 

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Magnetic effects on water

Liquid water is affected by magnetic fields [1522, 1597, 3229, 3267], and such fields can assist its purification [1651]. Water is diamagnetic and may be levitated in very high magnetic fields (10 T), compared with Earth's magnetic field of 50 μT [170]. Lower but still powerful magnetic fields (0.2 T) have been shown, in simulations, to increase the number of monomer water molecules [192] but, rather surprisingly, they increase the tetrahedrality at the same time. Other studies show that an increase in cluster size in liquid water is caused by a magnetic field [1597]. In contrast, the friction coefficient of water in thin films has been shown to reduce in a magnetic field (0.16-0.53 T), indicating a possible reduction in hydrogen bond strength [2012].

 

The air-water surface is macroscopically deformed by a magnetic field (the "Moses Effect") [3590]. Magnetic fields of ~0.5 T, or more, cause dips in the surface with depths of 10 -104 µm. Such processing is reported to help descale metal surfaces, improve cement hydration, change the ζ potential of colloids, accelerate the growth of plants irrigated with such water, enhance calcium efflux through biomembranes and influence the structure of model liposomes [110]. The effect has a 'memory' effect of minutes to hours after the treatment; orders of magnitude longer than expected from water's normal relaxation processes (ps - ns). This is thought due to the formation of reactive oxygen species during treatment.

 

Salt mobility is enhanced in strong magnetic fields (1-10 T), causing some disruption to the hydrogen bonding [1431]. However, this only causes a net reduction in hydrogen-bonding at high salt concentrations (for example, 5 M NaCl), whereas at lower concentrations (1 M NaCl), the increase in water hydrogen-bonding in the presence of such high magnetic fields more than compensates for this effect [1431]. They may also assist clathrate formation [485]. The increased refractive index with the magnetic field has been attributed to increased hydrogen bond strength [647]. Weak magnetic fields (15 mT) [1278] and stronger perpendicular magnetic fields (75 mT) [2939] have also been shown to increase the evaporation rate; static magnetic fields having increasied influence as the temperature drops [4500]. These effects are consistent with the magnetic fields weakening the van der Waals bonding between the water molecules a and the water molecules being more tightly bound, due to the magnetic field reducing the thermal motion of the inherent charges by generating dampening forces [703]. Due to the fine balance between the conflicting hydrogen-bonding and non-bonded interactions in water clusters, any such weakening of the van der Waals attraction further strengthens the hydrogen bonding and greater cyclic hydrogen-bonded clustering. This effect of the magnetic field on the hydrogen-bonding has been further supported by (a) the increased ease of supercooling (5 mT lowering by about 1 °C, [1908]), (b) the rise in the melting point of H2O (5.6 mK at 6 T) and D2O (21.8 mK at 6 T) [703] and (c) the 3 °C lowering of the sol-gel transition (at 0.3 T) in methylcellulose [1203]. These indicate a weakening of the van der Waals bonding of the water molecules within a magnetic field. More significant effects on the contact angle and Raman bands have been shown to occur using strong magnetic fields (6 T) when the water contains dissolved oxygen (but not without the paramagnetic oxygen), indicating effects due to greater clathrate-type water formation [970].

 

The magnetic susceptibility of water increases from negative towards positive with magnetic frequency. It is reported to be positive (i.e., it is slightly paramagnetic) in the range of 0.4-1 MHz [1761] for ambient water.

 

Static magnetic effects have been shown to cause strengthened hydrogen bonding [1693] and an increase in the ordered structure of water formed around hydrophobic molecules and colloids [106], as shown by the increase in fluorescence of dissolved probes [108]. Also, magnetic fields affect the infrared spectrum of water (showing its effect on water clustering), and these effects remain for a considerable time after the magnetic field is removed [1697]. Treatment of water with magnetic fields may exert beneficial or detrimental effects on feeding to animals, depending on the strength of the field [4369]. Surprisingly, even tiny magnetic fields may affect the solubility of gases in seawater (solubility increasing with the magnetic field (20-50 µT) [1492], probably by their effect on the clathrate stability. This reinforces the view that it is the movement through a magnetic field and its associated electromagnetic effect that is important for disrupting the hydrogen bonding. Such fields can also increase the evaporation rate of water, the dissolution rate of oxygen (due to its paramagnetic nature), and how the ultraviolet absorbance and the surface tension of the water may be affected [4209]. However, despite claims by certain expensive water preparations, they cannot increase the equilibrium amount of oxygen dissolved in water above its established, and rather low, equilibrium concentration [176]. Magnetic fields can also increase proton spin relaxation [623], which may speed up some reactions dependent on proton transfer. Treatment of water with magnetic fields of about one Tesla increases the strength of mortar due to its greater hydration [426]. Treatment with constant transverse magnetic or electric fields is reported to give a disinfection effect [2069]. [Back to Top to top of page]

Electromagnetic effects on water

The electromagnetic spectrum

 

The electromagnetic spectrum

 

From the above, it appears that electric and magnetic fields have opposite effects on water clustering. Unstructured water with fewer hydrogen bonds is a more reactive environment [286], as exemplified by the enhanced reactivity of supercritical water. b An open, more hydrogen-bonded network structure slows reactions due to its increased viscosity, reduced diffusivities, and the less active participation of water molecules. Any factors that reduce hydrogen bonding and hydrogen bond strength, such as electric fields, should encourage reactivity. Water clusters (even with random arrangements) have equal hydrogen bonding in all directions. As such, electric or electromagnetic fields that attempt to reorient the water molecules should necessitate the breakage of some hydrogen bonds; for example, electric fields have been reported to halve the mean water cluster size as measured by 17O-NMR [111] (see also 'declustered' water) and increase reaction rates [1336], hydration and solubility. Electromagnetic radiation (for example, microwave) has been shown to exert its effect primarily through the electrical rather than magnetic effect [455]. The increased hydration ability of water in electromagnetic fields has been shown by the dissociation of an enzyme dimer (electric eel acetylcholinesterase), leading to gel formation due to the microwave radiation from a mobile phone [714]. The resultant aqueous restructuring caused by such processes may be kinetically stable.

 

The solubility properties of the water will change in the presence of such fields and may result in the concentration of dissolved gases and hydrophobic molecules at surfaces followed by reaction (for example, due to reactive singlet oxygen (1O2) or free radical formation such as OH·) or phase changes (for example, the formation of flattish surface nanocavities, termed nanobubbles [506]). It is also possible that these processes may result in the production of low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide isimilarly to mechanical vibrations [1066, see equations]. Such changes can result in effects lasting for a considerable time, giving rise to claims for 'memory' effects. One of the curious facts concerning reports of the effects of magnets and electromagnetic radiation on the properties of water is the long lifetime these effects seem to have (for example, [757]). However, this should not be so surprising as it can take several days for the effects, of the addition of salts to water, to finally stop oscillating [4] and several months where such solutions are still changing [1148]. Also, there is evidence that water structuring in undisturbed deaerated pure water increases over a day or two [509], changes in dilute ethanol solution occur over days [1102], and changes in homeopathic preparations occur over hundreds of days [1039]. a Also, clathrates may persist metastably in water [485], water restructuring after infrared radiation may persist for more than a day [730], and water photoluminescence (possibly due to impurities at gas/liquid interfaces [800b]) may change over days [801].

 

In addition to the breakage of hydrogen bonds, electromagnetic fields may perturb in the gas/liquid interface and produce reactive oxygen species [110]. Changes in hydrogen bonding may affect carbon dioxide hydration resulting in pH changes. Thus the role of dissolved gas in water chemistry is likely to be more critical than commonly realized [459]; particularly as the formation of nanobubbles (that is, nanocavities) [506, 1129, 1172] containing just a few hundred or less molecules of gas, the stability of larger bubbles (≈ 300 nm diameter) detected by light scattering [800a] and nanobubble coating of hydrophobic surfaces [803] have all been described. Reinforcement of this view comes from the effect of magnetized water on ceramic manufacture [601] and out-gassing experiments that result in the loss of magnetic and electromagnetic effects [110, 800a] or photoluminescent effects [800b]. Gas accumulating at hydrophobic surfaces [459b] promotes the hydrophobic effect and low-density water formation. The accumulated gas molecules at such hydrophobic surfaces become supersaturating when electromagnetic effects disrupt this surface low-density water. An interesting (and possibly related) 'memory of water' phenomenon is the effect of water, previously exposed to weak electromagnetic signals, on the distinctive patterns and handedness of colonies of certain bacteria [971]. Here, the water retains the effect for at least 20 minutes after exposure to the field. It has been proposed that extremely weak (40 nT) alternating magnetic fields combined with a weak (40 μT) static magnetic fields affect living systems by shifting molecules between coherent (clusters involving stronger hydrogen bonds, e.g., ES) and incoherent (clusters involving weaker hydrogen bonds, e.g., CS) domains [2231].

 

Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields (ELF-EMF) have significant and lasting effects on liquid water. Using a weak field, adjusted to give a magnetic field of 45 µT, on glutamic acid solutions causes changes in the pH shifting towards the de-protonated species [1896]. Using just water, FTIR-ATR spectroscopy (see below left) showed that the lower energy part of the stretching absorption band (≈ 3250 cm−1), which is related to the coherent fully-hydrogen-bonded population, decreases [1896]. Stronger ELF-EMF fields (≈ 0.15 T) were applied to water, and its relative permittivity (dielectric constant) was measured and compared with that of untreated water (see below right). It was found that the relative permittivity (dielectric constant) of the ELF-EMF field-treated water was 3.7% higher than the control over the frequency range of 1-10 GHz, which may indicate a higher molecular polarization in the treated water [1897].

 

Effect of ELF-EMF on liquid water, from[1896] and [1897]

 

Effect of ELF-EMF on liquid water, from refs 1896 and 1897

 

If electromagnetic effects do indeed influence the degree of structuring in water [1323], then it is clear that they may have an impact on health. The biological effects of microwaves, for example, have generally been analyzed in terms of their very small heating effects. However, it should be recognized that there might be significant non-thermal effects (for example, [714]) due to the imposed re-orientation of water at the surfaces of biomolecular structures such as membranes [356]. Similar effects on membranes have been proposed to occur due to magnetic [657] and electric fields [1086]. Additionally, as low-frequency, low-level alternating electric fields have been found to affect the electrical conductivity of pure water [358], the effects of living near power cables and microwave towers should, perhaps, not be thought harmless just because no theory for harm has been formally recognized. Even variations in the geomagnetic field may have some long-term exposure effects. [Back to Top to top of page]

Other related effects

There has been some debate over 'digital biology'; a proposal from Jacques Benveniste (leader of the team that produced the controversial homeopathy paper) that 'specific molecular signals in the audio range' (hypothetically the 'beat' frequencies of water's infrared vibrations) may be heard, collected, transmitted (for example, by phone) and amplified to similarly affect other water molecules at a receiver [134, 1211]. This far-fetched idea is generally thought highly implausible. However, the data has reportedly been independently confirmed, but this has not yet been published (which may be somewhat problematic in the present skeptical climate). Note that experimental confirmation of the phenomenon may not necessarily confirm the proposed mechanism. Rather interestingly, electromagnetic emission has been detected during the freezing of supercooled water [297] due to negative charging of the solid surface at the interface caused by surface dissociation of water molecules followed by preferential loss of hydrogen ions [462]; a consequence, perhaps, of the Costa Ribeiro effect [551]. Therefore, it is not unreasonable that similar effects may occur during changes in the structuring of liquid water. Also, it has been reported that microwave frequencies can also give rise to signals audible to radar operators [356].  Possible confirmation of the important effects of electromagnetic fields may be found in a paper from Nobel prize-winning Luc Montagnier, who declared that quite dilute solutions (of DNA) show entirely different properties from the less diluted solutions, that seem to depend on interactions with the ambient electromagnetic field [1602]. Importantly, this research, also appears to show that such effects can be transmitted through space from one container to another. h

 

Belief in whether or not magnetic or electromagnetic fields can have any more permanent effect on water, and solutions, depends on the presence of a working hypothesis for their mode of action (see also homeopathy). Such hypotheses are emerging. On a cautionary note, however, many studies do not treat results with proper statistical rigor or do not use relevant 'untreated' material for comparison. Permanent changes to the structure of water are reported following exposure to resonant RLC (resistance inductance capacitance) circuits [927]. The effects, however, are minor and poorly reproducible and, as with some of the other studies mentioned here, should be viewed with the possibility that pathological science is at work. 

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Hey consultant, the post quoted isnt showing on my screen, no images, font is very light grey with some words throughout highlighted in red - i’ve reloaded site several times, different connection, and it always loads without images and light grey font. 
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Do you use darkreader or anything similar as a browser extension? It turns out that helps, when I switch it off its grey with a light background and as you say occational red highlighted bits. Copy and paste it in to a word document or something if you wish to read it without straining your eyes. Apologies, didn't know it copied weird formatting/fonts/etc

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Is it showing like that for everyone else?

 

I fixed it .... hope that is ok?

If not I can put it back as it was!

 

(and removed a couple of posts about the problem)

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Ok lets think this through, a geometry that aligns with the lemor frequency, axial tilt of the planet? That would be stationary but have a time variable therefore not needing to physically move a magnetic field through a coil or move a coil through a magnetic field...Pyramidal cone?

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If frequency and water can be used to heal, in theory it could also be used to cause dis-ease (probably the true reason for DARPA's interest). Luc Montagnier was able to re-construct D.N.A. using recorded frequencies/modulation, could it also be possible to de-construct/de-nature D.N.A. using the same frequencies/modulation but with higher energy, causing cancer etc.?

 

Cancer cells can be targeted with frequency, could healthy cells (D.N.A.) also be targeted...

 

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6 hours ago, xpwales said:

If frequency and water can be used to heal, in theory it could also be used to cause dis-ease (probably the true reason for DARPA's interest). Luc Montagnier was able to re-construct D.N.A. using recorded frequencies/modulation, could it also be possible to de-construct/de-nature D.N.A. using the same frequencies/modulation but with higher energy, causing cancer etc.?

 

Cancer cells can be targeted with frequency, could healthy cells (D.N.A.) also be targeted...

 


Yes I believe so. Polarity of frequency can cause or heal dis-ease in many circumstances.

Give this a read:
https://ia802700.us.archive.org/19/items/pdfy-ALsWlpI79UPXwNOv/The Magnetic Blueprint Of Life.pdf - it dives in to the polarity of magnets and their separate effects on biology being complete inversions of one another yet still are both magnetism, very interesting. This book was previously banned.

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Yes I believe so. Polarity of frequency can cause or heal dis-ease in many circumstances.

Give this a read:
https://ia802700.us.archive.org/19/items/pdfy-ALsWlpI79UPXwNOv/The Magnetic Blueprint Of Life.pdf - it dives in to the polarity of magnets and their separate effects on biology being complete inversions of one another yet still are both magnetism, very interesting. This book was previously banned.

Thank you, will give it a read.

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