There are few really meaningful research results about the polarization of water and energy in general. This is mainly due – as with many topics I write about and deal with – to the fact that our “modern” science largely operates within the laws of physics that have been “agreed upon”, but which are strongly restricted ideologically.
Any researcher who moves outside this “belt” will not get research funding, will lose his professorship, or will not be able to publish. There are a number of reasons for this, which shall not be part of this post. E.g. economic interests or mind control by limiting the “allowed” possibilities of perception … to name only two.
As with radiesthesia in general, one must think outside the box, and at least cross the boundaries of physics to metaphysics. Every kind of explanation is basically a conceptual attempt to press something so far inexplicable into the current and known world view.
Because even if one cannot explain many things scientifically “yet”, one can still feel and experience the effects – and even if still so many science believers, obstruse antitheses and explanation attempts give from themselves, everyone who once really personally deals with the things, will feel himself that he has e.g. simply more strength, if he stands on a clockwise field … to call a simple example.
Besides my own research and experience, from which it is quite clear that dextrorotatory fields (e.g. also from water veins) emit an uplifting and – to a certain extent – health-promoting energy, whereas levorotatory fields primarily withdraw energy from the body – and this is also measurable – there is even a scientific explanation approach for this phenomenon, which can be summarized as follows:
Each type of matter emits its own resonance radiation, which is typical for it. Usually with a wavelength of up to 50 cm, but under certain circumstances also significantly higher.
Each individual element (e.g. hydrogen) has its very specific characteristic resonance, and the corresponding resonance radiation basically behaves physically like electromagnetic waves radiating in a corkscrew-like direction of rotation (scientific research uses the term spin resonance for this).
If the radiation runs in a clockwise direction, it is referred to as “clockwise” or “clockwise circular”; if it runs in the opposite direction, i.e. counterclockwise, it is referred to as “counterclockwise” or “counterclockwise circular”.
Many measurements and empirical values have shown that left-circular resonance radiation can have organ-damaging effects, and right-circular ones are more likely to affect the central nervous system.
However, my explanation is rather that levorotatory radiation withdraws energy from the body and dextrorotatory radiation adds energy – or opens up the possibility for the body to absorb more energy, to put it precisely.
The result can then be organ damage or nerve overstimulation, but not as a direct symptom of the corresponding resonance radiation, but rather as a result of energy deficiency (as I described under “Earth Rays and Cancer“) or of an energy surplus.
Because – we agree on this again – a weaker right circular resonance or also a stronger one, which has a short-term effect, has an uplifting, growth-promoting, and overall health-promoting effect (depending on the wavelength).
Therefore, all food and food products should radiate dextrorotatory.
The human being consists of about 75% water and as long as the human being is alive, almost his entire body has right circular properties (the exception is the intestine. It is energetically left-circular and this makes sense insofar as it is an excretory organ).
Accordingly, it is obvious to supply the body with dextrorotatory water as well.
Dextrorotatory water is, among other things, antibacterial and usually “reduced”, that is, it contains unbound hydrogen atoms that bind, for example, oxidative radicals and help the body to normalize disturbed metabolic processes as well as to slow down, stop or even reverse the growth of mutated cells.
All so-called healing springs produce dextrorotatory water. The differences and qualities can be well determined, for example, by determining Bovis values. The healing spring of Lourdes, for example, has 22,000 Bovis. The water from Nordenau in the Hochsauerland region has just over 21,000 Bovis.
In my experience, about 80% – 90% of all water veins that I detect are left-turning. Of the few right-turning veins, the “weakest” had about 8,000 Bovis, the strongest over 30,000 Bovis.
An interesting aspect is that in the case of a water vein intersection of a left-turning and a right-turning water vein, the “positive” energy of the right-turning vein, partially neutralizes, or at least weakens the discharging quality of the left-turning water vein – depending on the corresponding strengths.
An example: a strongly discharging left-turning core with 2,500 Bv meets a slightly charging right-turning core with 8,500 Bv and results in a crossing energy of just under 5,000 Bv. If the dextrorotatory one had 20,000 Bv, the crossing energy would be estimated at about 11,000 Bovis and would thus be in the health-promoting range (between 8,000 Bovis and 12,000 Bovis for sleeping places).
If you pump the dextrorotatory water of a medicinal spring through a 50m garden hose with a suction pump, it will in all probability come out as dextrorotatory – dead – water at the end.
The fact that virtually all tap water is therefore counterclockwise is self-explanatory.
Viktor Schauberger recognized the vitality of water more than 100 years ago, described it scientifically – and gained many insights in his research that are unfortunately rarely taken into account today.
But just as you can kill water, you can also revive it.
There are several ways to do this, which could fill an article of their own. One would be to let the water run through a hyperbolic funnel, and thus the water regains its liveliness through turbulence.
Another possibility is to give the water back its crystalline structure through crystals.
What I find most amazing is the fact that a small drop of dextrorotatory water into a 10 liter bucket of levorotatory water is enough to “conjure” from it dextrorotatory water with the same Bovis quality as that of the drop.
Water is an amazing element in many ways.