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The Hidden Messages in Water.

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posted on Nov, 14 2010 @ 07:06 PM
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Originally posted by Realtruth
If you want to see the power of words work, especially "Love" try this:

1) Save two 20 ounces bottles of water or whatever size you can find, remove the commercial labels.

2) First bottle write the words "love" and "Happiness" all over the outside.

3) Second bottle write nothing.

4) Put water in these bottles and leave for 4 days

Get 2 plants same size, dirt, soil, pot everything, then water one with the marked bottle and one with the words "Love" and "Happiness".



I have been doing this for 5 years now, but now only used marked bottles, the plants grow quickly and are extremely health, as opposed to the unmarked bottle.




Sounds good. I'm going to try it.

Have you tried growing different vegetables and see if there is a measurable size difference?




posted on Nov, 14 2010 @ 07:13 PM
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Originally posted by Nivcharah
reply to post by mrvdreamknight
 


Are you asking me about my post or replying to the thread in general?

I say, for something as easy as this, do your own experiment. The more important facet is keeping an open mind and believing it possible. Otherwise, if you do this experiment expecting to disprove it . . . you will. We create what we think and believe.


I agree we do create what we think and believe.

And I do believe this experiment is true.

But this is such a ground breaking discovery - that it must reproduced - over and over again. So all critics would be silenced.

As it is, I was wondering what you thought about the critics saying that the researcher knew which word he was looking for under the microscope, therefore fidning pretty crystals fro good words and bad ones for bad words.



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