Why a vortex in water

Vortex Features

The vortex, in nature, is a universal context. They provide energy and are tools that nature uses to assemble and disassemble its creations.
They form matter, shape and bind everything together. The vortex is an orderly and coherent regeneration technology.
Vortices exist in water such as in streams, rivers or in the air. In each stream, water is constantly circulating in small eddies called eddies. The same movement is observed in the ocean waves which constantly roll in spirals.
This movement causes the water to gather electrical forces. Water stores this potential energy.
The concentric movement, directed inwards, causes regeneration.
The implosion results in a loss of material towards the interior. This inner (concentric) movement does not follow a straight path to the center, but a swirling spiral path - a vortex. The outside of the vortex moves slowly and the center moves much faster. As water implodes, suspended particles, denser than water, are drawn into the center of the flow, frictional resistance is reduced, and flow velocity increases.
As a result, changes in the chemical properties of water could be noticed, including changes in oxygen content, surface tension was reduced, precipitation and metal ion bonds appeared. We now have potentially ionized, energized water.