Scientific Studies About Holy Water Discover Surprising Properties

Roxana Anton

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Orthodox Christians and Priests believe that the water sanctified at the church is much purer, has a modified structure, and has healing properties.

Controversial or not, sanctified water, water in general, seems to have magnificent properties. Scientists have shown in several scientific studies that water records everything that happens around it.

I find it fascinating, truly interesting, to think deeper about water.

I live by the seaside. I see a lot of water every day, in many shapes, colors, shades, and so on. It’s so alive, always changing into myriads of lights and colors, just like the human soul.

In my personal belief, the sea is like a mirror for my own thoughts and emotions. Sometimes agitated, worried, cold, dark. Other times- pure, peaceful, warm, wonderful.

I remembered some articles I had read some time ago about water, which made me wonder - do we truly study its profound nature, and do we truly understand what fantastic gifts and powers water has — even for us Humans?

The researchers found that water has its own memory, remembering “even people’s emotions.”

Water’s structure reacts to any irritation. Its molecules are organized in clusters that work as “memory cells,” so to speak.”

Source: Rustom Roy, a renowned materials scientist and professor emeritus at Pennsylvania State University.

Scientists are amazed by the incredible power of water.

Not only is it the strongest solvent on Earth, but it also has the ability to defy gravity. Also, it is the only substance that expands when cooled.

The fact that water stores everything that happens around it does not affect its chemical composition, but only its structure. In the documentary “Water”, produced by the Tv Channel Russia, researchers from several countries showed that water has the memory of a computer claiming to be “nature’s most malleable computer”.

Scientists also analyzed holy water, to find an explanation of how it can cure diseases and drive away negative thoughts or misfortunes. Vail Kaznacheev, a member of the Novosibirsk Academy of Medical Sciences, claims that the holy water is good for sick animals, healing them in small and medium-sized diseases.

Holy water behaves differently when it “listens” to a prayer, forming beautiful crystals.

According to an article published in the Russian newspaper Pravda, when you say the prayer “Our Father, who art in heaven” and make the sign of the cross, the harmful bacteria in the liquid composition are considerably reduced (their concentration decreases a hundred times).

Scientists also claim that people’s emotions are the strongest elements that influence water.

Japanese researcher Masaru Emoto demonstrated this with his water crystal project. In this study, Emoto played music, displayed words, and prayed to water while it was freezing, and when the water was frozen it created crystal shapes distinct to each stimulus. When the words and music were positive and loving, intricate crystal shapes appeared, and on the contrary, when sounds and words were negative and harsh, chaotic, incoherent shapes formed.

Conclusion: I believe water must be better studied and understood. We cannot think of it as “soulless”.

I also believe that the human mind and emotions have the power to reshape and influence this incredible element.

The only possible conclusion, if we want calm waves, a calm sea, oceans, good weather, mild rain, and so on- is that we should try to control and direct our thoughts into good, peaceful ones. Prayer, meditation, beautiful music, good vibes. Make peace with ourselves, feel joy and happiness.

I believe all nature will thank us for that and will directly show the results of our good-oriented, peaceful minds. If we want nature to react better, we must have good, peaceful, positive vibes within ourselves.

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