The Functions of Water in Biological Systems

Water as a solvent

Water is the basis of all life processes. It is the basis of all naturally occurring solutions, e.g. saps, blood, lymph fluid ect. Every cell or muscle stimulus up to the brain wave excitation happens in an aqueous environment.

Water as the solvent of various compounds is the result of a geological wonder that is based on the interaction of forces that have become the scourges of life on Earth today: radioactive radiation, microwaves, ozone, CO2 and phosphorus. Today these forces dilute the water by „burning“ gaps in the dense network of water molecules.These gaps can vent gases in and out, allowing for a lively exchange of nutrients and life-information-bearing radiation. Furthermore, information can be stored in these gaps: Similar to magnetic impulses that are recorded on the hard disks of a computer and retrieved in form of writing and pictorial symbols, the solvent water contains all the information needed for the metabolism of the earth and all its organisms. Water as an integration field for information-storing and information-transmitting radiation is the guarantor of life on earth. If magnetic pulses are erased by strong magnetic fields (Chernobyl), like the program of a computer, the water loses its ability to maintain the exchange of gases and the retrieval of information. It falls back to that stage of the Earth’s history, on which the water emitted poison radiation, which allowed only an exchange of nitric oxide and ozone. With this, however, the function of the oldest supply and disposal organ is lost to the body of the earth and all its organisms: the information for all lymphatic systems of the plant, animal and human kingdom, however different they may be.

Water as creator of resonance – the system for communication (resonate)

The water in its function as resonance generator for magnetic impulses (information retrieval) depends on the help of sulfur, phosphorus, iodine, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, boron and iron. These are salts in solution that attract electrical forces. The dissolution process releases the radiation stored in the salts.

Water as information for the development of field-forming forces

The information for building field-forming forces has been obtained in the water gap system as a system of magnetic pulses from the beginning of earth development to the present day. Within the water there are three factors of Information-forming and information-storing:

  1. Die „Besetzung“ von Lücken durch gasförmige Stickoxydverbindungen. Durch sie wurden in Form von Wellen aus dem Bereich des sichtbaren Lichts dem Wasser 9 Befehle (Grundkräfte) eingegeben, und zwar in dem Maße, wie sich das Wasser von Stufe zu Stufe weiter -„verdünnte“ (potenzierte), in dem jeweils andere Lückensysteme für jeweils andere magnetische Impulse geschaffen wurden.
  2. Die Entwicklung des Wassers als Salzwasserkörper und Impulsgeber für elektrische Vorgänge.
  3. Die Anregung von Stoffwechselvorgängen im Wasser durch CO2.

The evolution of water after the construction of the nine field-forming forms of magnetism (basic forces) was a marvel of interactions, the highest level of which is to be considered the springs. In the springs all magnetic forces created in the course of the earth’s history interact at such a high level of interaction that their water represents the transforming force of life on earth. It is able to control countless metabolic processes in exchange with the organisms of the Earth’s body so that metabolic waste can become biomass again.

In the course of human history, this „water of life“ has been transformed into a liquid through the destruction of the forest and humus, with all the consequences of magnetic field degradation, which can not fulfill any of the 3 functions:

Die Belastung durch künstliche radioaktive und Mikrowellen-Strahlung verhindert, daß ein reger Austausch von Lebensinformation tragender Strahlung ermöglicht wird. Immer mehr Information wird gelöscht, und die Fähigkeit des Wassers als Lösungsmittel verschiedenster Verbindungen zu wirken, wird immer geringer in dem Maße, wie die Lückensysteme für die Speicherung von Magnetimpulsen degenerieren. Das Wasser verliert seine verwandelnde (radioaktive) Kraft.
Die Belastung durch Ozon verhindert, daß die Resonanzbildner für Magnetimpulse, d.h.Schwefel, Phosphor, Jod, Natrium, Kalium, Calzium, Magnesium, Bor und Eisen mit den Magnetkräften des Wassers in Wechselwirkung treten. Die vom Wasser im Laufe der Evolution gelernte Elementeumwandlung kann immer weniger erfolgen. Das Wasser verliert seine zeugende (elektrische) Kraft.
Die Belastung durch CO2 und Phosphor führt den Tod des Wassers herbei. Das für dieCO2-Umwandlung zuständige informationsspeichernde Magnetimpulssystem entstand als Ergebnis eines hochentwickelten Humusaufbaus.

  1. Exposure to artificial radioactive and microwave radiation prevents the rapid exchange of life-information-bearing radiation. More and more information is being erased, and the ability of water to act as a solvent of various compounds is becoming less and less as the gap systems degenerate for the storage of magnetic pulses. The water loses its transforming (radioactive) power.
  2. Exposure to ozone prevents the resonant formers for magnetic impulses i.e. sulfur, phosphorus, iodine, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, boron and iron from interacting with the magnetic forces of the water. The elemental transformation learned from water in the course of evolution can be less and less. The water loses its generating (electric) power.
  3. The exposure to CO2 and phosphorus causes the death of the water. The information-storing magnetic pulse system responsible for CO2 conversion was the result of a sophisticated humus construction.

It requires all the magnetic forces acquired in the course of Earth’s history to be efficient. If these forces are weakened by the gradual destruction of their gap systems, then CO2 can not return to the cycle.

This development is driven by phosphor radiation, which is the result of a non-natural tillage: The use of phosphate-containing, water-soluble mineral fertilizer generates electrostress in the body of water (plant, animal, human) with very weak magnetic forces. This electrical stress manifests itself in the form of violent poisonous radiation (any chemical element radiomimetic) in phosphorus-fertilized soils, especially in regions with nitrate pollution.

Dr. Gernot Graefe, Dr. Maria Felsenreich, Klaus-Dieter Bauer
Insights of Modern Ecosystem Research April 1997