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Magic Water!

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posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 06:41 PM
"Nature abhors a morong. No one in this world, so far as I know ... has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people" -- Henry Louis Mencken

Well, a company has decided to see their "Magic Water". IT is "pure water infused with the energies of the Golden 'C' crystal, a very special and exremely rare stone mined near San Diego at the turn of the 20th century." The stone "contains more lithium than any other stone on the planet" so therefore, it "emits a signature one-of-a-kind healing energy." (off topic: how can something emit a signature energy which is one of a kind?)

This is actually believable if you know the process they use to create this magical water. The crystal and water are put in a ceramic container in a "dark and quiet space" for 24 hours before the water is poured into violet glass bottles that "energize it." Finally, "each violet bottle is placed precisely within a special copper pyramid, specially designed to have the exact Sacred Geometry to create a Pillar of Light Jacob's Ladder vortex."

It's only $15 per half ounce, but it's well worth it. After all, Holy Water from Lourdes, France, registered 156k angstroms of light when they measured wavelengths of light (I'm confused..
) but Golden 'C' water registered 250k! Clearly better!

Well, I'd just like to close with another quote from Mr. Mencken: "I believe it is better to tell the truth than to lie.... And I believe that it is better to know than to be ignorant." Words we here at ATS seem to try to live by.

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 06:50 PM

These are some amazing claims! most of them pretty hard to prove scientifically.

aligns and balances chakras and merdians
balances and cleanses aura (mist over head & let fall all around the body to the feet)
acts as a negative ion generator
clears stressful emotions and negative thought forms
clears all negative energy from crystals, food, rooms, people, pets & whatever you want to use it for
facilitates focus and clarity in work and play
eases stress
disperses anger
improves immune system
clears bed of nightmare energy and previous energy of dreams
improves mental concentration
facilitates deeper meditations
hydrates and soothes skin
creates environment for visionary dreams
clears and protects from electromagnetic pollution such as kitchen appliances, TV, microwave emissions from ovens & the environment, electrical clocks, stereos, high electrical wire lines, etc.
promotes mental focus and physical vitality
neutralizes negative or hateful thought forms
deodorizes breath and underarms
deodorizes refrigerators
deodorizes air in rooms
relieves colds, flu, throat pain and hoarseness
relieves allergies
soothes irritated or burned skin
reduces pain when directly applied to area
clears body and aura during healing work
anchors shifts of healing session & continues the clearing of all that has not been released
discharges "unwanted entities" and sends them to the Light
assists in bringing more healing light into the physical body and aura
pain relief

well if regular tap water that is blessed become Holy Water, who's to knock crystal infused water...if I was rich and eccentric, i would buy it, but that money will give me a half a tank a gas for now.

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 06:52 PM
Oh, yeah, I didn't mention the disclaimer under the order button:

Note: no actual lithium is in the water.
Only the energetics of lithium
& the other minerals
is contained in the water.

keep refrigerated? It's really convenient that they keep the rocks that are so rare, splash some water on them and sell the water for $15.

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 06:56 PM

You know, they're probably just getting it out of the water faucet. How would you know if they weren't, eh?

It's one of those "if you believe it will work, then it might" ... but the stuff cited on the website is silly hype to get you to part with your cash.

Hey, I have some guaranteed GOOD Dallas water that will cure your toenails and make your hair grow nice and long and it'll only run you $3.00 plus postage for a bottle. It's uh... been blessed by moonight and light refracted through it shows that it bends at an angle that's the same as the Sacred Angle of the Great Pyramid!


Would I lie??? For mere money?

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 07:03 PM
Please tell me, where can I learn more about this fascinating, and obviously 100% pure miracle water?

And just to make sure, this isnt the same as "Jesus pee" miracle water right? Because that stuff didnt work at _ALL_.

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 08:40 PM
heh, never heard of Jesus Pee. I actually found a chemist's website who had stumbled upon this. He explained that lithium is just about water insoulable, and has no influence on the chemical bonds in water, even if it's kept in a pyramid.

Also, wouldn't a lithium rock have the most lithium of any rock on earth?

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 08:58 PM
Why you yellar-belly non-believer...

If I was the maker of this "MAGIC WATER" I might say something like this in response:

How dare you throw thousands of years of scientific fact in our faces! How dare you! Do you not know of the amazing powers of putting things in pyramids? Are you that base? Einstein, PFFT, Bell, PFFFFFT, All that is and ever was is "MIRACLE WATER" ! Now with more unsubstantiated claims than ever! Pick yours up today, right next to Jesus Pee brand Holy-H20.

Once again, how dare you.

Ignorance is bliss,
-Miracle Water Mgmt.

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 09:06 PM

Just read the sig

posted on Apr, 9 2004 @ 09:08 PM
Im confused, did you think I was being serious

Oh damn, now youve gone and given me a complex...

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