This month, I would like to continue discussing water. As I concluded last month, I believe that the most economical and best type of drinking water will be that produced by distillation or reverse osmosis.
Distillation is one of the oldest methods of water purification. Water is heated to the point where it forms steam which evaporates, leaving behind inorganic compounds, (i.e. metals and large non-volatile organic molecules). The steam is then cooled, yielding, purified water. The boiling process will kill bacteria and some viruses. Because some organic compounds, (i.e. benzene and toluene) have a boiling point lower than the boiling point of water, they will be in the steam and re-condensed into the water. Thus, it is important that the distillation unit has a means of removing these organic compounds. Those organic compounds that have a boiling point greater than water, (i.e. pesticides) will not be in the steam, having been left behind. Another disadvantage to distillation is that it is not an on demand system. Water must be distilled and stored prior to use. Make sure you store it in glass, rather than in plastic containers, so plastic by-products don’t end up in the water.
Reverse osmosis (RO) was first developed in the late 1950’s as a means of the desalinating seawater. RO filters water by squeezing it through a semi-permeable membrane that is rated at .0001 microns. The filter is housed in a container, which allows pressure to build up, forcing the water through the membrane, leaving behind unwanted substances. These unwanted substances are automatically sent down a waste drain, thus helping to keep the membrane clean. The design of the membrane is what differentiates the better RO systems. A high quality, RO system will remove 98 to 99% of contaminants. The contaminants include microorganisms, disinfectants (i.e. chlorine), disinfection byproducts(i.e. chloramines), inorganic contaminants, (i.e. arsenic and fluoride), radionuclides (i.e. radon), and volatile organics (i.e. benzene).
What I like most about RO is that it is available on-demand; it is not necessary to store the purified water.
My son, Dr. Adam Breiner, researched various RO systems and concluded that the best one can be purchased online at Apec . This site contains a great deal of information to help you learn more about RO and the differences in systems.
The most interesting aspect of my research for this newsletter was learning that there is one more step that must be taken beyond distillation or reverse osmosis. Research has shown that water has memory; it retains the frequency information of the substances that were in it. This is similar to the concept behind the remedies I prepare for patients with my EAV unit, wherein I energetically imprint a frequency into a small bottle of water. Remember, we are mainly water. As we ingest water with such an imprint, that frequency is instantly imparted to the other water throughout our bodies. One of my son’s friends told him that her husband had lost all motivation to do anything, including work. He wasn’t even looking for a job. He was depressed and withdrawn. My son prepared a homeopathic remedy based on the symptoms described by his wife. The next day she reported that, within minutes of taking the remedy, his whole disposition changed; he started humming and whistling, he took out the garbage without being asked, and he even “looked” different. Within two weeks he had found a job!
Because of the memory property of water, research has shown that even after distillation or reverse osmosis, or any of the steps taken at water treatment plants, the frequencies of the toxins which had been removed remain in the water!
These signals, depending on their wavelength, may be a problem for us. Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig has done years of research in this area. You can read a most enlightening interview with him at alivewater.net/research/ludwig.
Researchers have found that water, from a major German city, which was double distilled, carried a frequency of 1.8 Hz. The 1.8 Hz is a very low frequency and relates to heavy metals. This frequency was present in the water prior to distillation and remained in the water after the double distillation. That same frequency was found in cancerous tissue. Dr. Ludwig states, “Water which has once been exposed to pollutants is dead. Even the most intensive and modern sewage treatment facilities, cannot revive it. It is energetically dead, and it contains no useful information. Biologically valuable water must contain useful frequencies in order for the human organism to benefit from it.”
Thus Dr. Ludwig believes that our definition of drinking water needs to change. Not only do we need physical limits set for pollutants, but also there should be spectral analysis of the water, in other words, frequency evaluation of the water, and that we should only be drinking water that is alive, not dead.
What about the fact that minerals are lost in the purification process? Both distillation and reverse osmosis remove minerals from the water, thus it is important to eat properly and take food based supplementation.
At this point in time, I recommend reverse osmosis to be followed by another step to remove the abnormal frequencies or to impart positive frequencies. How do we do this? The final chapter in this story of water will be concluded next month.
© 2008, Mark A. Breiner, DDS
The information presented is for educational purposes only. You should consult a qualified health practitioner for diagnosis and treatment.