The influence of frequencies on water

Frequencies and Water

Ideal water crystals tend toward hexagonal (2D) and tetrahedral (3D) shapes.
Centuries ago, it was conclusively demonstrated that specific sound frequencies are associated with specific geometries and have the power to create them. This has been demonstrated and documented by many scientists and experimenters, involving sand on a vibrating surface. The same goes for electromagnetic frequencies and substances sensitive to them, for example, iron filings exposed to magnetic fields.
Although many of us conducted such experiments in high school, it seems that our world of high-tech academic physics has almost forgotten such fundamental principles.
At the end of the 18th century, Ernst Chladni, a German scientist and composer, published “Discoveries Concerning the Theory of Music.” Chladni is credited with laying the foundations of later acoustic science. Chladni focused largely on the mystical ability of specific sound frequencies to transform physical matter in predictable and organized ways. He made these effects visible by developing a technique that initially involved a violin bow and sand-filled plates, Chladni demonstrated that specific sounds create specific geometries and that these patterns are consistent and predictable. They are also amazing!

Examples of geometries obtained from different sound frequencies

The same goes for the specific electromagnetic frequencies produced by Hydreva®. These not only increase the energy state and vibration levels of the water as the water passes through the Hydreva vortex chamber, but the ceramic coated magnetic beads transmit frequencies that induce ideal geometries of molecular groups. All of this creates water that is more effective at what water is supposed to do:
  • Impurities fall out of solution because they are “excluded” by the crystal lattice created by Hydreva, similar to how impurities are extruded from ice when it freezes.
  • Hydration and absorption effects in tissues are enhanced with smaller, tidier, more energetic water; meaning that, per volume, water becomes more efficient at providing nutrition and removing waste (for example, crop yields can be significantly improved with less water).