Most of us are not fortunate enough to get our water from free-flowing artesian springs, pure mountain creeks, rain water (unmixed with acid rain) or uncontaminated rural wells. Our choices are chlorinated tap water, bottled spring water or a water purification system.
We need water. Living water. We need water to hydrate every cell in our bodies. But the water delivered to us from household taps is contaminated with chemicals, industry waste, effluent and garbage. It’s also under such pressure that we now learn its life-giving energy is all but destroyed. We need water that is not only purified but revitalized to bring it back to something close to the life-giving, nourishing, cleansing element it was designed to be. That is apparently done through magnets.
Independent research into magnetized water began in both Eastern and Western European countries. One grass roots researcher was a self-taught scientist by the name of Johann Grander. He claimed his knowledge came from studying nature in his native Austria.
“In normal conditions,” Grander wrote, “water flows either on the surface of the earth or deep underground, always seeking a natural course. In our water supply system, however, the water is collected and forced through pipelines under pressure. At this stage, the water suffers a serious aggression for the first time. The high pressures . . . are highly detrimental to the liquid. The water is then further contaminated by the addition of powerful chemicals, such as chlorine. However, we use it, the water eventually finds its way back to nature through the drains. We collect clean water from nature and return it soiled and sick.”
Grander said water has a double function. It supplies life-giving energy. It also acts as a waste disposal agent for all living beings.
“Water picks up energy from the sun and collects the energies that are stored in the earth. In summer, with strong solar energy, the water pushes itself to the surface. In winter, with weaker solar energy, it burrows deep into the ground, collecting the stored and transformed energies.
“It is an eternal circle in which water plays the main role. The water is also a living organism and therefore capable of transforming energies and refuse through its own microorganisms. Live water seeks by itself its sources of energy. Healthy water can be distinguished from sick water even by its murmurs.”
Magnetism in North America
Dr. Klaus Kronenberg is a scientist who studies in both Germany and the United States. He is now an associate professor at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California. His original research used magnets in water treatment for industry.
“Water is chemically neutral,” he said, “but it is one of the best solvents known to man. It has the ability to entrap other substances. In other words, water tends to cluster around every non-water particle, forming conglomerations or complexes.
Water’s capacity to entrap substances results in its high mineral content. One of the most common is calcium carbonate, a substance that forms mountain ranges, such as the Austrian Alps. Most water supplied by water districts in (North America) contains a good amount of calcium content. This is important for proper taste and a healthy mineral balance.” However, calcium is a problem in industry. It creates deposits of scale, like the accumulated scale in your kitchen kettle. Calcium is also a health problem when unassimilated calcium is deposited in human joints. Water softeners work as ion exchanges replacing the calcium carbonate with sodium, which is okay for industry, but it’s not recommended for human consumption!