Water is the most amazing yet least studied substance. From times immemorial, scientists, philosophers and theologians tried to understand its explicit and implicit properties, which are ... See full summary »
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Masaru Emoto ...
Himself (as Dr. Masaru Emoto)
Leonid Izvekov ...
Head of the Laboratory for Research into the Structure of Water
Vlail Kaznacheyev ...
Doctor of Medicine and Professor
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Kurt Wuthridge ...
Swiss chemist and Nobel laureate
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Water is the most amazing yet least studied substance. From times immemorial, scientists, philosophers and theologians tried to understand its explicit and implicit properties, which are phenomenal, beyond the common physical laws of nature. Witness recent, breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide from Russia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Israel, the USA, Britain, Austria, Japan, Argentina, China and Tibet. The arguments expound upon unexpected and challenging assumptions enlightening many years of research to open humankind to new horizons, such as the applications of structured water in agriculture, or the use of water in treatment for the most serious diseases and more. The Geography of the film spans the globe. The implications go beyond the solar system, suggesting that water has the ability to convey messages faster than light, perhaps linking water with the absolute. Water is so unique, and so profound, its miraculous properties are still awaiting to be discovered. Written by Anonymous

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18 April 2008 (Russia)  »

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Velika tajna vode  »

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24 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you use your energy wisely there is a lot you can take away from this film. Just be open to ideas and excuse for a second what small or outdated fallacies there might be as naturally with any human collaboration and keep listening to see what new information you may receive. Trust yourself.

This documentary interviews many interesting people - not just established people of religion, but also many renown people of science, Nobel prize winners - who have some very interesting things to say about the properties of water and through scientific evidence and measurement to boot that unravels a more deep way of looking at the way water links all of life.


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