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This is the first post of a series of posts that talk about Masaru Emoto‘s “famous” rice experiment.
Have you ever heard about it before?
It seems that it is a truly amazing experiment that shows that water absorbs “thoughts”, literally.
He reveals this experiment in his best selling book entitled “The hidden messages in water”.
What do I mean by “absorbing”?
I exactly mean that water memorizes thoughts, as a piece of silicon would do to “bits”. The range of information that can be recorded is just much much broader as it is “thoughts” that are memorized.
Does it sound fantastic? Yes.
Does it sound rubbish? Well, yes for what I call the pseudo-skeptics. A pseudo-skeptic is a person that claims to be a real skeptic while discarding a theory without proof of its invalidity. A real skeptic is someone that doubts everything, even her or his own thought process until she or he gets proof of its validity or invalidity.
Anyway this is not the subject of this post.
Basically in Emoto Masaru’s rice experiment, you take two jars (glass jar) and put exactly the same quantity of cooked rice under the same conditions.
You sterilize both jars and you seal them.
On one of them you put a sticker that mentions the notion of “LOVE” (say “I love you“). On the other. you put a sticker that mentions the notion of “HATE (say “I hate you“).
Then you can do two things. You can:
1) either leave them that way and wait for say a month.
2) or say on a daily basis “I LOVE YOU” to the “LOVE” jar, “I HATE YOU” to the “HATE” jar for say a month.
After one month has elapsed, you observe the content of both jars.
If you chose 2), you can just observe through the glass and notice that the rice in the “HATE” jar looks much nastier than the “LOVE” jar in the sense that it contains much more moles.
If you chose 1), you can open them up and smell the inner content (assuming that the “visuals” are not enough to distinguish one from another). You should be able to notice with your nose that the rice in the “LOVE” jar has fermented and that the rice in the “HATE” jar has rotten.
Moles, putrefaction are signs of negativity. Fermentation or relative absence of moles are signs of positivity.
I have not done that experiment yet but I am pretty much already convinced by the logical and scientific (*) explanation behind.
The rice is full of water.
From what I understood based on my research, water has a crystalline structure that reflects some of the most fundamental aspects of the structure of the universe, the “source fields”.
It seems that Marcel Vogel showed that water has the same properties as the crystals he invented, the “Vogel crystals” and he showed that those crystals memorized thoughts.
A simple logical deduction is that water does the same, if his results are true.
It was confirmed later by Emoto Masaru (more on him in another post) that water is indeed, literally listening to our thoughts and reflecting the content of our thoughts into its structure.
Does it sound like science fiction? Yes.
But is science fiction only a fiction? Well if you do your homework, you will realize that the answer is “no” in most cases and the rice experiment is certainly one of them.
So now, what would be the mechanisms for such a memorization process?
To me, the most natural explanation is just to say that there is a quantum entanglement between our thoughts and what we call physical reality.
It means that solidity is entangled with our thoughts. Our thoughts are entangled with every single molecule of the cosmos.
It is just that we have not opened up our eyes yet and we have not seen yet what it is going on.
It seems that what is called “mainstream science” has not officially recognized yet that there is a torsion field out there, a source field, an intelligence quantum vacuum that is intelligent in the sense that it is entangled with our thoughts, except the father of Quantum Mechanisms, himself, Max Planck!
We have been ignoring the facts because we were under hypnosis for most of us, including me up until very recently.
But water is great since it is sweet enough to give us macroscopic evidence of that entanglement, proof of it that we can see with our naked eyes.
To get back to the quantum entanglement, in fact there is no difference between solidity and thoughts.
It is all the same quantum fluctuations.
It seems that both are created from the same quantum material.
This is the explanation I have come up for now.
Besides, it seems that we have plenty of other evidence of such entanglements as shown in a variety of other experiments.
I will come up with more details later.
But as Michael Talbot has shown in his book entitled “The holographic universe”, everything is just one gigantic almost infinite holographic matrix that forms “Unity”. That is why it should not sound very surprising that such entanglements show up…
To get back to the rice experiments invented by Masaru Emoto.
I think it is a fundamental experiment in the sense that it is a very easy experiment that everybody can perform and that clearly gives us some concrete hints about the quantum entanglement between thoughts and physical reality.
I am gonna run the experiment very soon and let you know the results.
For those than cannot wait, below are the videos taken by other experimenters.
See the results for yourself. If it is true (which I believe it is right now), it is truly amazing.
(*) By “scientific” I mean that the results are reproducible.