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Messages in Water


Masaru Emoto, President of I.H.M. General Institute

“We have observed various kinds of water crystals in our laboratory and have found that water containing minerals and in a healthy balance tends to turn out well-ordered hexagonal crystals. Energetically speaking, we believe that water needs to have good Hado to create a beautiful crystal.”

We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Emoto decided to test water from a Jupiter Melody water ioniser and the result is above. The Delphi and Aquarius also use the same water cell technology as the unit tested.  This is the first time alkaline, ionised water from a water ioniser has been tested by Mr. Emoto.

From the Hado Institute

“Water is one of the most indispensable substances for the life of human beings. Let’s think about the water inside our body. Generally, it is said that about 90% or more of the embryonic body is water. Regarding an infant, about 80% of its body is water and an adult 70%. As we grow older, the percentage of water in our body decreases.  That distilled water is not like rain water has been shown by Dr. Emoto using Magnetic Resonance Analysis (see image above). While rain water contains oxygen and minerals and crystallizes into snow flakes, distilled water has no crystalline structure and is very acidic once exposed to air.  It is not enough to take in a necessary quantity of water inside the body, but we should take the quality of water into consideration. For instance, the district where a lot of long life people live is blessed with high quality from natural resources. In other words, it is becoming common sense that there are a lot of correlations between the health and the quality of water which we drink every day.  Today, even if the water that we drink or use does not contain any detrimental ingredient, the quality of water is not always satisfactory. It is becoming clear that the formation of water crystals reflects the quality of the water. I would be pleased if you would deepen your understanding and interest toward water when you see the photographs that are reported here.”