Is it possible that the ancients understood that water has memory and could have an affect on people and livestock? If so, are there examples from historical writings? I’d never thought about this until watching one of the water memory videos. Actually, there’s at least one incidence that comes to mind – in the Bible. Now, despite what your belief systems are, hear me out. The Dead See Scrolls were found to be quite old. So, the stories told in the Bible, we know are old. This means that people telling them should not have the same technology that we do today. That being the case, the manner in which the Biblical man named Jacob carries out this experiment seems a bit odd. How did he get the knowledge to create spotted, speckled, and striped sheep?
In case you want to know where I’m getting the the information for this blog post, I’m citing some of the material presented in Water Memory: Part 2 where I list my sources, including this video: Water Has Memory
In the documentary, someone casually mentions the incident in the Bible where Jacob put sap and other tree parts into water that in effect, changed how new born flocks looked. I missed it until I took notes, it went by that quick. Taking that idea to a new level, a similar experiment was replicated involving fish by one of the researchers in the video. We’ll look a little deeper into that incident after reviewing the Biblical account first.
Genesis 30:37-42 (New Living Translation)
Then Jacob took some fresh branches from poplar, almond, and plane trees and peeled off strips of bark, making white streaks on them. 38 Then he placed these peeled branches in the watering troughs where the flocks came to drink, for that was where they mated. 39 And when they mated in front of the white-streaked branches, they gave birth to young that were streaked, speckled, and spotted. 40 Jacob separated those lambs from Laban’s flock. And at mating time he turned the flock to face Laban’s animals that were streaked or black. This is how he built his own flock instead of increasing Laban’s.
41 Whenever the stronger females were ready to mate, Jacob would place the peeled branches in the watering troughs in front of them. Then they would mate in front of the branches. 42 But he didn’t do this with the weaker ones, so the weaker lambs belonged to Laban, and the stronger ones were Jacob’s.
What are the implications of this incident? First of all, it brings up more questions than answers. Without delving into further research of the original Hebrew meanings of words and the culture of the time, it’s noted that Jacob somehow knew that by putting something in the water, it would change the appearance of his flocks. We’re talking the time period of about 1800 B.C. What technology did Jacob have where he knew that by putting something in the drinking water, especially during mating season, that it would change the coloring in the flocks? I won’t go into that here but allow you to speculate that bit on your own for now.
Moving right along to a modern experiment…
Experiment conducted by Konstantin Korotkov, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
The Russian Academy of Natural Sciences is well represented in the documentary video. Their experiments are now beginning to gain international attention. In fact, I believe it was a team of Russian scientists that determined what we call 97% “junk DNA” is not really junk.
In this experiment, fish were introduced into water that had super weak magnetic impulses – impulses that were 10,000 times weaker than the earth’s natural magnetic field. This is considered very small by normal standards. Basically, that small amount of a magnetic impulse shouldn’t make any difference in how fish look. The documentary doesn’t explain why they chose to use electromagnetic impulses for the experiment. However, other documentaries on water memory do discuss various other electromagnetic measuring techniques used in water memory.
The results of the experiment are as follows:
- The fish produced small fry that were all different from the other fish which they were related.
- Physical features appeared (stripes and spots) on the fish all at the same time.
- Phenotype changes were also noted. They were in all the fish all at the same time.
- Changes in behavior were also noted where they changed to outside stimuli in the same way. It was as if they whole school had acquired a collective mind.
- Alexander Solodilov, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, noted that the changes in the behavior are very significant considering the change introduced to these fish was the magnetic impulses.
What I find interesting about this experiment is that the fish were striped and spotted. That’s similar to the story from the Bible. The main point is that in both instances, something was put INTO the water to create a change that affected matter – fish and flocks.
Healing protocols involving water have been around for centuries. In fact, I’d say since Biblical times. Jacob probably didn’t simply pull this information out of thin air when it came time to breeding. Yes, he tended Laban’s flocks so he might have experimented with certain breeding practices or, he could simply have had divine revelation in what to do. Either way, what he did worked. And, it involved putting something into water to attain a desired and lasting result.
In looking at an ancient alongside a modern example of using water to change matter, it doesn’t seem to be a big stretch to consider that it’s possible to affect the structure of water with what’s put in it via frequencies. For example, electromagnetic impulses are frequencies. Flowers have a frequency, music is frequency, words have frequency, etc. In fact, all matter has a frequency.
We’ll learn in an upcoming post that even when you put rocks or non-living items into water, they still create their own “picture.” We’ll explore how some scientists are simply using thoughts to change the structure of water. It all seems far-fetched yet, there’s evidence to prove that water indeed has memory.
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