Dr. med. Karl Maret about water
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i welcome mr Maret, you also had a lecture here about the "meta-physical" (feinstofflich) characteristics of water and about the things which we can measure could you briefly talk about the core statements of your lecture and also talk in which way the established sciences show interest on the phenomenon water yes... water is an incredible complex substance... i did talk about that things can be discovered by approaching it from the chemical side or the substance (stofflich) side of things secondly we can look at things from an electro-magnetic point of view and lastly there are these subtile or meta-physical (feinstofflich) influences and my interest is how we can connect these three levels in a better way at the moment what is measured at the electro-magnetic level is not put in context with the meta- physical... and i could show that meta-physical influences - like intension... what was shown by Prof Tiller .. that intension can directly influence water ... even the ph value ... this can only happen when the intension is very very clear and it also has to be supported with energy in his case (Tillers) he used a micro-oszilator to support the process its not enough just to pray.... mmhh... i should say this better... someone has to support the process and its better to directly connect the energy-source with the water we know from the modern matter sciences... if you "inform" water with crystals... the water is changed by these crystals... today we are able to show via spectroscopes ... with scientifically very proven methods... that everything what gets in contact with water ... is changing it and this is very important because.... we are water creatures... we are made out of water.. and therefore we have to learn much more about water and understand that it is important that water is also "information clean" we are making water impure cause we dont fully yet understand... the electromagnetic procedures... we are working with simplified electromagnetic equations in this sense current sciences are not complete... is not wrong but not complete enough in order to understand the full complexity and scope of water thank you very much
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Posted by: syncd.org on Mar 28, 2009
DGEIM Conference 2009 - Short statement of Dr. Maret about this lecture
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