"I visualize the human nervous system as being imbedded in the cell tissue of the body just as the roots of a tree are imbedded in the ground which gives it nourishment. One end of the nervous system we recognize as being in the brain. It is here that all of the messages from the body and the sense organs are localized. The other end of the nervous system is imbedded directly in cell tissue through a countless number of fine nerve endings. These nerve endings end in cup shaped groups of cells called blastulas.
Please pay attention to which movies they have taken clips from to make this film about Tesla.
Created in the beginning of the year 1991 in Belgrade ( Yugoslavia/Serbia ) and broadcast several times during the harsh years of war this video document shows us one of the very first AV presentations about the famous US-Serbian scientist whose inventions built the structure for the foundation of our civilisation of light and electricity.
Vibration & Resonance ( video / vhs / dvix ) Produced and directed by Slobodan Nor Trbojevic Archangel records © 1990
Dr Masaru Emoto's 'Thoughts on Water' seminar enraptures audience with photographed frozen water crystals, showing the mysterious response of water to thoughts, words and pictures.
By Chris Thomas
Jul 09, 2006
The Epoch Times New Zealand Staff
Dr Emoto's original and groundbreaking research reveals that water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.
His discoveries are becoming well known around the world, particularly after featuring in the documentary "What the bleep do we know?"
His experiments include photographing differences between water crystals after attaching different word labels to identical bottles of water, playing different types of music to water, sending good and bad thoughts towards water, and showing images to water, has revealed that water has life, memory, and intelligence.
The experiments also show that water responds positively to moral messages by becoming clear, and negatively to immoral messages by becoming dirty.