It was established that water does exist as a living-being (Ref. 1,2,3, 4, 5). After developing a scientific model of the structure of living water-cell, certain “Tests” were applied to prove the validity of the hypothesis (Ref. 2,5). Both the basic criteria of a living-being were applied to certain types of water and found it to be fulfilling them! Subsequently “aura” photography was resorted to re-establish the criteria of living water. Tests were conducted to differentiate living water from non-living water.
Based on the results of the first set of experiments with aura of different types of water (Ref. 2,5). second series of experiments were designed and planned as follows. It is known that Aura can be photographed either by invasive or by non-invasive techniques (Ref. 6,7,8). In the first set of experiments, Dr. Shah used in vasive technique, which involves direct contact of the object with the high voltage field. In the second series, non-invasive method was planned, where aura is photographed from a distance.
Seven types of water, as given below, were prepared and kept in glass cups of similar size and material, so that the container-energy remains common for all the water-samples. All the samples were kept side by side on a table (Foto 13). In this position the auras of all the samples were captured in one photograph in the laboratory of Dr. Amresh Mehra, at Ahmedabad, on 18.10.07.
First photogaph was taken in the morning at around 11 : 30 am (BN) and the second photograph of the same samples was taken in the After Noon (AN) at 4 pm, without introducing any disturbance in them (see photos). Both photographs lend themselves to be compared. This should reveal, whether timing has any effect on the quality of aura. (Foto 14)
The long experience of Dr. Amresh Mehta. in reading the aura photographs, was utilized to decode the meaning of coloured aura, surrounding the samples. He explained that Blue colored aura means Good energy and Red colored Aura means Bad Energy. We have considered only these two colors in our analysis. Both colors can co-exist. It is said that when one type increases, the other colored area decreases. In the photograph of aura of samples taken on 18.10.07, the containers of samples were arranged as shown in Foto 13. The sequence of sample was as follow :—
First Row (in sequence from left ro right) : Remedy 6X, Remedy 10M, Dhovana of Filtered water (DF), Distilled water (DDD) and
Second Row : has
|(i) Tap water||without filtration (E/T)|
|(ii) Boiled water||Filtered and then boiled (BF)|
|(iii) Tap water||filtered by Reverse Osmosis system (TF)|
The first observation by Dr. Mehta was that there is no difference in patterns of morning (BN) aura and evening (AN) aura of the sample. From these photographs, the quality of energy of every aura has been assessed. The exact magnitude of energy or energy area could not be measured from these photographs, as has been done by the software of Dr. JM Shah from his aura photographs. This was due to application of different technology by Dr. Mehta. Dr. Mehta, however, found qualitatively the magnitude of energy (good) of samples.
in a descending order, in form of blue color as below :—
Table 8 : Samples in Descending order of their good energy
|Sn.||Energy Grade||Sample Type||Quantum of good energy|
|1.||BF||Boiled after filtration (RO system||Maximum energy (Blue)|
|2.||DF||Dhovan after filtration (RO system)||slightly less/same|
|3.||10 M||Homeo remedy 10M (XX)||lesser than 2|
|4.||TF||Filtered tap water (RO)||lesser than 3|
|5.||DDD||Distilled water (RO)||lesser than 4|
|6.||6X||Homeo remedt 6X||lesser than 5|
|7.||E/T||Tap water without filtering||least Blue (Max. Red)|
4. 1 From the photographs, it is observed that each sample has several rings of “aura” in different colors, encircling the physical sample. These rings are connected with each other and can be distinguished from its adjoining ring by difference in its color, like red, blue, green etc.
However, the outer rings of one sample appear to overlap the peripheral rings of other sample (Foto 14), because the samples are kept very close to each other.
4.2 The auras of vatious samples (Table 4 of reference 1 & Table 8), plotted magnitudewise in descending order, are shown in Foto 15. Here the dark boxes on positive Y-axis represent area of energy of different types of water as given by Dr. J M Shah’s equipments.
This is plotted in exact value of Aura area, as given by Dr. Shah whereas the boxes on the negative y-axis represent schematic maynitude of blue (good) energy of different types of water as assessed by Amresh Mehta For qualitative assessment, the good energy has been assigned relative values. Hence, instead of exact values of energy areas, it gives only the qualitatively relative status of the energy of different samples.
From these experiments in Shah and Mehta’s Leb, it is obvious that we can only compare the “trends” as to how the energy of water changes or is influenced by conducting different types of operations on sample Tap-Water. It is boserved (Foto 15) that the trend of “change” in energy values by doing a specific operation, in a sequence, is same in both sets of experiments !
4.2.1. In the light of Mehta’s photographs (Foto 14), where tap water shows only bad-energy (no blue energy), it can be concluded that aura-area of tap water represents only bad energy. That means energy area of 21.2 in Shah’s Foto of tap-water oupnessents only ………….tap-water would be of red colour or bad energy only. During further operations on it, like boiling etc., the blue energy (good energy) starts appearing. It increases in the sample in the following sequential order :—
4.2.2 The energy aura of B(F) hardly contains any Red colored energy. It means the energy area of 17 of boiled water in Shah’s Foto (of course, it was not filtered water) is only that of good energy.
The reduction in energy area (from 21.2 to 17 units-Shah) indicated that not only the bad energy is converted into good energy, but also the “area” is reduced, probably due to increase in its density. The energy packed per unit area must have increased. In other words the randomness of energy (entropy) is decreased and the discipline of energy Ed is increased.
(In other words, the energy discipline Ed increases and Entropy decreases in this order. This is corroborated, in a way, by SHAH’s phoros!)
Apart from Red and Blue colors, the other colors in Mehta’s fotos might be related to dynamisation of (6X and 10M. This significance is not known as yet and needs further experiments.
4.3. It is to be noted that the ascending data of Dr. Shah on Y-Axis runs in opposite direction (Ref. 6) to the data generated by Dr. Amaresh Mehta (Foto-16). That means, the “energy” which is considered as “good” energy by Dr. Mehta, increases with boiling of the Tap water i.e., by driving out the oxygen radicals and extinguishing the Live-energy (Li) of tap water, However, by doing the same operation of boiling etc, the “area” in the first set of experiments in Shah’s Lab decreases.
Here, it should be remembered, as discussed earlier that `Dead’ water will have only `fixed‘ type of aura. The scattering of aura around the physical body of drop is very less (aura of inanimate body). But living-water will have dynamic aura, with more scattering around the drop-body, as in the case of Tap water.
When dynamisation* of distilled water is done, the aura of living water gers disciplined. Its scattering gets reduced. As per Mehta, good energy increases and bad energy decreases due to dynamisation i.e., Et+ Eg + EbThe scattering of aura around the X sample comes almost to the level of boiled water B. When it is further dytnamised (10M), the scattering of energy area is further reduced. It becomes more disciplined. (here, denotes gain & denotes loss).
If E (A) is assumed as Total energy area (Without differentiating as good or bad energy). it can be argued that
Tap water — has more rerefied energy field, and more scattered area of aura energy.
Boiled water — has aura of inanimate object only. (Fixed or static type)
X Sample — Scattering of energy around live-water is reduced. Aura energy becomes more disciplined.
XX (10M) Sample — The energy gets still more disciplined. (Foto 15 & 16) and concentrated.
This is possible, only if this “area” (entropy) contains ``some thing‘‘ which compresses the energy field, irrespective of its being good or bad energy, as identified by Dr. Mehta.
4.4 The scattering of Energy Area/ Entropy E(A) decreases sequentially from Tap water to 6X remedy, to Boiled water to 10M remedy in Shah’s photography, whereas in Mehta’s photography the good energy inceases in the same sequence (Foto 16). In a bigger sample size of second set of experiments, the good energy increases in a sequential manner from Tap water to 6X remedy to Distilled water (DDD) to Tap filtered water (TF) to 10M remedy to Dhovan of filtered water (DF) to Boiled filte water (BF). This can be expressed as
E(1) < E(x) < E(tf) < E(x x) < E (dh f) < E(b f) (good energy).
This is represented in Foto 15 (Table 4 & 8) and in Stackd Energy Diagrams (Foto 17a & 17b).
The energy content of individual sample can be analysed and explained in the following manner.
4.5.1 Energy of Tap-Water in Foto 18 can be denoted by Et(t), This energy Et(t) is composes of following components and can be expressed ab inition as :
Et(t) = E(dw) + E(li) + (-E(0/r) ………..(i)
where, E(dw) = Energy of Dead Water, It may contain energy of its mineral constituents.
E(li) = Energy of “living-being” of water alone. It may increase by addition of some other type of energy,
called Pranik energy to it. It may also contain some energy of living Trasa Jiva contents.
E(o/r) = Energy of oxygen radicals dissolved in water.
During boiling the tap water, following changes in energy can occur.
By boiling process, the energy of radicals of oxygen is reduced to zero
i.e., E(o/r) 0, and
Live-Energy E(li) is also reduced to zero, because water does not remain alive after boiling i.e.,
e(li) 0. (Nothing known has been done here to attract and store Pranik Energy).
Hence the residual energy of boiled water E(b) = Et(t) – (-E(o/r) + E(li) )
Substituting E(t(t) from equation (i) = E(pdw) + E(ii) + ( – E (O/n) – (-ECO/2) + EL(ii) = E(dw)
4.5.3. Here a Partinent question arises as to why the boiled dead water should have maximum good energy (Blue), whereas its entropy is decreased ?Following possible reasons may be assigned to it.
(i) Because it does not have any negative energy of oxygen radicals. (which might be same or equivalent to MEhta’s bad energy! This has to be investigated.)
(ii) The total energy represents the good energy of a plain dead body only, because the boiled water does not have any live body energy (i.e. of live water) or pranik energy.
(i) Negative energy of radicals is max, for tap water and zero for boiled water.
From this “Datum Energy” of boiled water as per shah’s lab., one has to subtract radical energy (negative) and add Live energy E (li) (+ve) in order to get actual value of energy of tap-water.
(ii) Live energy of dead water is nil, whereas it is maximum for XX Sample.
(i) It needs to be proved that Mehta’s bad energy refers to or is same as shah’s energy of radicals. And Mehta’s good energy is similar to Live and Pranik energy of Shah’s lab. Here (Ep) represents superimposed discipline by pranik energy on live-energy (Eli)
(ii) As such, this phenomenon of Boiled water of Dhovan acquiring max, good energy, needs further investigations and exact explanation.
Similart, the energy of water, after dynamisation can be derived as follows :
E(xx) = E(dw) + E(li) – E(o/f) + Ed
(Here the discipline of E(li) is enhanced by dynamisation. It should have received and stored maximum pranik energy (EP) in it, in case of remedy of potency 10M. It would be less for a potency of 6X, Here, although total energy due ET increases due to super imposition of Pranik energy discipline Ed on live energy E(li), but due to reduction in randomness, the total aread of aura energy (E(A) would actually decrease. Thus it denotes higher energy density.
4.6.1 Status of good and bad energy during dynamisation (Mehta’s Lab)
It the good and bad energies do not cancel each other, they would exist together simultancously, as revealed in Blue and Red colors in the Foto by Dr. Mehta. It is also observed that the graphs of good energy and the scattering of energies run almost paralle if they are positioned about a neutral axis (Foto 15). It means, if a sample has more good energy (Mehta), it would exhibit less energy-scattering (shsh), as if the sum total of these scalar quantities has to be almost constant, unless extra pranik energy is added by dynamisation. When Ep (pranik) is superimposed on normal water aura area E.A, its scattering is reduced in proportion to the intensity of Ep.
Thus the density or aura energy goes on increasing and the entropy goes on decreasing by dynamisation. Since the data of Mehta is not quantifiable, it is considered to be only an assesment of the `Trend’, Table 5 of previous article has now been modified as per this anlytical conslusion in new Table 5M. given here.
Table 5M : Probable relative magnitude of aura of different
|constituents of water (Assessed):
SN Component T TF* B D* X XX
1. ELi 11 10 0 0 12 12
2. EMi 14 14 16 16 6 0
3. Ed/p 0 0-1 0 0 10 46
4. Eo/r(+ve) -6 -11 0 0-6 -2 0
5. ETr 2 0 0 0 0 0
6. Sum EA (Shah) 21.5 14-15 17.5 10* 18.5 14.5
7. Energy Density (De*) 1 0.9 1.3 4
8. EA (Mehta)* 21 16 24 58
Predicted figures Further experiments are needed with sophisticated equipments to quantify these deductive statements.
For the aforesaid data, following equations should hold good (Mehta).
(i) Ei = E8 + Eb …………………(ii) i.e., Total energy of a water sample.
(ii) Ei(d) = Eg(h) +E(b(d) ……. (iii) for distilled water
(iii) E(l(h) = E(g(h) + E(b(h)……..(iv) for dynamised water
It is expected that dynamisation would enhance the good energy and reduce the bad energy of the original sample of a remedy in distilled water. That means.
E(t(h) > E(t(d) and
Eb(h) < Eb(d)
Similarly, the total energy of a sample should normally increase by dynamisation process (cloumn iv in Table 9), say by 20%. Then the above functions can be expresed as :
Et(h) = 1.2 Et(d) and Eb(h) = 0.8Eb(d)
With this data, the above equation at (iv) can be rewritten as follows :
1.2 Et(d) = Eg(h) + 0.8 Eb(d)
i.e. Eg(h) = 1.2 Et(d) – .8 Eb(d) ………(v)
and the equation (ii) can be rewritten as
Eg(d) = Et(d) – Eb(d) ……..(vi)
and thus Eg(h) – become Eg(d)
4.7.1 Following difference in Shah & Mehta’s “aura” should be kept in mind.
(i) The toral E (A) area (Shah) represents the area of `surrounding aura energy’ only and not the energy on the `body’ of the object.
(ii) Mehta’s `good energy‘ (Eg) represents the area of good colors (blue, white etc) on the body of the object as well as in the “surrounding aura energy’‘ in his photographs of aura.
(iii) His is only qualitative assessment of good energy.
4.7.2. An attempt has been made to co-relate the Shah’s energy area E(A) with qualitative energy (Eg & Eb) found by Mehta. This may throw some light on the trends. It is obvious that several more experiments with differemt parmeters would be needed before deriving quantitative conclusions about this relationship.
At present, when we express Shah’s energy E(A) = E (Li) + E(Mi + E(Tr) + E(o/r) +Ep/Ed (Foto 19, as reproduced from reference 10), we donot know, which of its components belong to good energy of Mehta and in what ratio. We also do not know, whether this Eg represent condition of all the 3-dimensions, even when its 2-dimensional component it getting measured ! The values of various energies are roughly assessed from the experimental data and expressed in following tabular form to see the trends.
Values of scattered/disciplined E (A) and esstimation of good Eg energy (SHAH)
|Water Type||E(A)||Constt Et||Eg (ii)-(i)||Et,ifEt (h)>Et(d).||Then Eg (Shah|
|Dr. Shah)||Say||(Shah)||Say, Foto 16||(iv)-(i)|
Note : 1. The relative values of Et in colums (ii) and (iv) have just been assigned to facilitate the understanding of possible effects of dynamisation in terms of good or bad aura energy.
2. Dynamisation may possible draw cosmic energy from the universe, thereby increasing the life-energy E11, due to super imposition of E(p).
3. If total aura energy Et does not increase by dynamisation, the increase in good-energy would be just blanced by corresponding decrease in its bad-energy.
In such a situation, if its concentration or memory power is increased in a particular field or direction, total Et may not be required to be altered.
These results look astonishingly in conformity with the deductive results botained from different samples on the basis of the postulates of above mentioned theory of water bodied living-being without DNA & RNA.
(i) A characterized water cell in its pure form will have a well defined and specifically attuned pattern of energy field around the profile or architecture of its body.
(ii) Similarly, vatiation in aura of water body, obtained under its different living-conditions, validates the theory that water does exist as a living-being. As a corollary, the animated state will have Etheric aura component, which is responsible for carrying memory.
This theory may act as a Foundation Stone for the Homoeopathy.
(iii) Experments were conducted to find difference and changes in “Aura” of living and dead water. The result established the existence of living water cells.
(iv) Preliminary experiments strongly suggest that is is now scientifically possible to differentiate between living water and dead water ! This would provide effective tool to facilitate nurturing of Asimsaka lifestyle for the mankind.
Knowing that WATER exists as a Living-being, theory of Karma (Ref. 9) and human attribute of Compassion (Ref. 10) should now prevail on mankind for self restraint and for minimization of consumption of water.
Some tips are given in Foto B for conservation of water in daily life, titled as, “Do You Know”
(v) Further, it is also established that dynamisation of water affects positively its energy field.
The whole exercise has been done with very limited facilities. However, in view of the encouraging results, there seems to be a tremendous scope for scientists to undertake multi-Disciplinary organized research with advanced, sophisticated equipments, like atomic-force microscope and magnetic-resonance techniques to peep deep into the molecular structure of water. Latest Aura techniques can also help revel many secretes of such wonderful Live Water-Cell.
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