Living water vortex jug energizer things

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/viktorschaubergergroup/message/1417

From: "esa juhani ruoho (lackluster)" <esaruoho@...>
Date: Wed Nov 30, 2005 6:21 pm


Subject: living water vortex jug energizer things

ok so theres a few out there, theres taps, theres jugs, the whole lot. i bumped into a few faucet-tap-installation-go-betweens that are extremely expensive, then some jugs that would be cheaper, and are sold by for instance, alick bartholomew is selling one (http://www.clean-water.dk/side1778.html ) one , i'm edging towards getting this- - what im asking is - theres a lot of these types of things around.. do any of you have any takes on these things, any one that you yourself have verified working - any ones that you havent managed to benefit from.. etc.. please if anyone has anything to add, at least mail me privately or anything at all.

yours, esa

 

From: "cybe100777" <news....>
Date: Wed Nov 30, 2005 7:39 pm

Here are some examples of what I've found:

A swedish company, Plus & Minus AB, http://www.plusminus.se/, that sells IMO very expensive products, http://www.plusminus.se/produkter.htm. they are also sold in Finland, at http://www.bioaq.fi/ Water whirlers to add on to your faucet, 215 Euros (!)...

Then I've seen some of these Grander products;

http://www.kolumbus.fi/lootuskirja/elavavesi.htm

Another one is Nordic Living Water Systems - http://www.alivewater.net/apps.htm

What methods are there to try out these things? I can think of a few, growing something, and watering with either plain chlorified deadish tap-water, or water that has been run through one of these whirlers.

Another method, I read in an article here http://merlib.org/node/1017...

I've read that Curt has tested Dan Reeses Vortex System. Have you tested any of these aforementioned products, or similar ones?

Staffan

 

http://merlib.org
Modern Energy Research Library

 

 

From: "Audun Forgard"
Date: Sat Dec 3, 2005 2:42 pm



The one provided by clean-water. dk is the one I have, it has an okay price, it whorls the water into a better structure and makes it easier for it to get into the body and cleanse. Drinking it at 4c is quite a nerve-freezing experience though, as the water pierces deep into the tounge and lips, the mouths cavity, afterwards its like a fresh taste, and one feels very awake!

A gripe I have to add, and perhaps a suggestion to boot is, they should use some better cans. The one provided now is in hard plastic and mine broke this spring during a frenzy of lambs getting birthed! So perhaps: A: There is an opportuniy for the likes of Tupperware to make better cans, and use Clean-Water`s technology thus getting a better distribution on the product. B: Since water is generally a light-shy entity it could be in the domain of local potters to mould nice jug, probalby upping ther mineral quality and content of the water contained...

I have also tried one more advanced apparatus done by japanese firm Nikken, that had a renewable mineral supply embedded in the system, and was using some sort of magnet technology for the whirl.. The water was well tasty as you probably can guess.

Cheers!

Audun

Hardcore Love Antarctic Spring