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-Charging The VEW Water-

Pure distilled water is used as a carrier of our charging process.  The
water is sealed in the holding tank
and the charging tool is placed  
outside  around the tank.  After a prescribed time, the water inside
has been
permanently charged and restructured with the  naturally
enhanced energy, by a process known as "biomagnetic entrainment".

The charging device consists of hundreds of organic sands and
metallic elements, with the magnetic ability to transfer their natural
organic electric energy, visually, to the water inside the holding tanks.
Note needles of high energy water molecules streaming and frozen in
the VEW.

This moving natural Earth energy field causes the water molecules to
restructure in a
cold vortical form, and rotate at high speed, as seen
in our actual laboratory video shot by
 Randy Zeisenis, world
renowned water researcher.  Randy visually confirmed VEW as free
high speed cold vortical rotating energetic molecules, Similar
research is described by
Dr. Gerald Pollack Ph.D. Director of
University of Washington's research, shown in the interview as "D.P"
on water's ability to hold charges and the ability to properly transfer it
to the cells, if
permanently structured as a vortex.


  • Science recently exposed the true nature of water showing it to
    be a carrier of natural electromagnetic energy from the Earth to
    the cells of the body for charging with energy.

  • The University of Washington has done theoretical research
    showing vortical energy collecting in specially structured water,
    how it charges molecules, causing them to spin and release
    photons for cellular health. The energy is then converted into
    usable energy by the body for life processes. It becomes vital to
    our health to use the most highly structured water available.

  • Research at Laurentian University, Canada, confirms water's
    ability to take on and store energy from environmental sources  
    to utilize for cellular restoration and repair.
Photography designed by Starchamber research
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