Friday, June 15, 2007

Quarz Crystals & The Tesla Plate

Of all the things I looked at, this is the most amazing and the most surprising results. I know this on an energetic level, but to see a physical alteration was a real surprise. Although, I am not sure about the Tesla plate with Candida, as the electrical effect at first seems to solidify the yeast into thick strings. Without an electrical zapper pulse I am not sure the yeast dissolves? The effect in the glass is totally different than all the other tests.

I tested the water with my paeolithic stone age tools and I forgot about the Tesla plate and the quarz crystal glasses. Those two glasses were also part of the elecrical resonance test. However, the water was not totally clear. A few hours later in both cases the water had cleared. That was a surprise.

Clear vinegar is the worst of all the tests. Vinegar is worse than raw brown sugar. Even Sauerkraut is not a problem, but vinegar alters the PH throughout the body in such a way, it is almost like a poison. Vinegar will kill bacteria, so I may use it to clean the toilet and the fridge? However, vinegar or apple cider vinegar acidifies the blood and tissues which promotes the production of bacteria, yeast, fungus, and mold. Foods To Avoid

Of all the tests I have done so far the clear organic vinegar in water test is the ugliest of all. It does not look good for my own private consideration as a 'food'. Even the raw sugar does not look that ugly.

Quarz Crystal - Silica Tetrahedra
Together, oxygen and silicon account for 80 percent of the atoms in the earth's crust. This means that crustal minerals are mainly combinations of these two elements. The Silica Tedrahedron

Okay, so I have to build myself a living silica tedrahedron room.

Silicates as a natural resource
Though we generally think of coal or oil when discussing natural resources, silicate minerals are a natural resource we can’t live without on our planet, and not just because of our increasing reliance on computers. Without quartz, there would be no glass. Without the clay minerals, we would have no ceramics or pottery. We use silicate minerals in the manufacture of many building materials, including bricks and concrete. The weathering of silicate minerals on the surface of the earth produces the soils in which we grow our foods and the sand on our beaches. The properties of the minerals that are important to us are based on the versatility of the silicate anion in combination with other elements. The Silicates

Silicates: Silicon atoms are found at the centres of tetrahedrons with oxygen atoms at the corners. Man was created from clay. Clay minerals or have I come full circle back to the tetrahedra?