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Daniel Vitalis Part II: Water Gurus, Water Filters and Bottled Water

Monday, July 27, 2009 by: Kevin Gianni
Tags: Daniel Vitalis, health news, Natural News

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(NewsTarget) This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Roundtable, which can be found at http://www.RenegadeRoundtable.com. In this excerpt, Daniel Vitalis shares on water gurus, water filters, bottled water and more.

Renegade Roundtable with Daniel Vitalis. Daniel Vitalis has built a wealth of knowledge experience around water and elixirs and has created the Elixir Craft Mastery Program.

Kevin: This is a question from Annie. Besides Victor Schauberger, who else have you turned to to develop your knowledge and views on water?

Daniel: Schauberger was a very profound guy. Schauberger was to water what Nicola Tesla was to electricity, if you will. There were a lot of greats back in that time. They were making breakthroughs in science that are beyond what we're capable of really understanding today. I've studied the works of many people but essentially the last few years what I've realized, and again this is that kind of thing that unfortunately is a little hard to communicate with people today, but our ancestors understood very well. I could go and study from many men and women who understand water or I could go to water itself. Victor Schauberger was a genius of water. He created things with water that are unheard of today, like free energy, like uphill movement, like levitation. What he said was what he learned about water was directly from water. He said that he would sit by the stream and project his consciousness into the stream and allow it to be carried along currents of water. That's where he would gain his information.

So in the same way that the great sages of India, the great sages of China or Japan, or the ancient mystics of Europe, they all went to the source, via meditation, for the information that they gleaned. Today we go to Wikipedia. We go to YouTube. That's fantastic; I'm glad those technologies exist. I've benefited from them massively. But what I know about water actually comes from intimacy with water.

If you allow your right brain to emerge, you allow the perceptive brain of your heart to emerge; what you can sense is that every drop of water is connected to all the water on the planet. In other words, the water molecules in your body pass through your skin where there's a vapor layer of water around that. Those water molecules contact the water in the atmosphere and the air that you're breathing. That water contacts all of the surface water, like the ocean. That water is connected to the water that moves down into the soil and eventually down into the aquifers. All of the water molecules are connected. It's very subtle because we can't see it. A lot of it is vapor. But literally, every water molecule is connected to every other water molecule.

If you can connect with the elemental form of water you can project your consciousness through that in the same way that you can interface your consciousness with the Internet. Right? It sounds crazy when I say it about water, but if I talk about interfacing with the Internet, that's not hard to understand. Even though the Internet is an etheric thing that doesn't exist, it's simply information; you can access it and go anywhere in the world and learn anything you want to learn via the Internet, if you have a hub. Well if you are made of water and all the water is connected, you literally have a connection to all the water on the planet, to every organism on the planet and to every bit of information that's ever been stored in any drop of water ever.

Kevin: So it kind of blows the whole "What's the best water machine" kind of question out of the water. [Laughs]

Daniel: I can touch on that question real quick because I get asked that a lot. One of the things I say to people a lot is that there's so many wonderful people out there working on water at that level. I don't want to denigrate that in any way, and I'm not trying to take away from that at all. I see the place for water filters and I see the place for distillers and all of these revitalizers and machines like that. They have a place. However, in the same way that the gym has a place, right? I benefited a lot from it when I was younger, from going to the gym. However, if you climbed the mountain and found the sage who lived at the top and practiced immortalist Qigong, he doesn't have use for the gym. That would seem a little silly to him. In the same way there's a way of interfacing with water where all of the ideas, all of these machines, start to become silly because what we realize is that the earth is a giant living machine and any plastic machine that you can buy somewhere by some person with their limited understanding and their need to produce that thing in a factory format, that machine could never replicate what the great living earth can do. How could it? It's absurd.

And yet, of course there's a place for that. Some people are living in deep urban centers where they're literally disconnected from clean water. So those people would be wise to seek out the good machines. What I'll say is this, if you're going to clean water know that the cleaning process inherently de-structures and damages water, its structure. It doesn't damage it in the sense that it's irreparable but it does shake the etch-a-sketch if you will. If you imagine you drew something on an etch-a-sketch like you had when you were a kid, you're creating information by drawing something on there. If you shake that up you've taken that all apart; you've destroyed the information that you've created. In the same way when you put water through a filter it scrambles the molecules; it takes out the information because that water's either being heated and steamed or cooked, or it's being pressed through a very small filter, like a permeable membrane, or it's being treated by ultraviolet light. When that happens the water is scrambled; it's disassembled.

So if you're going to use a filter you want to look at some technology that can restructure water. That's something like a vortex. That's why if I had to promote a machine I think I would promote... something like that that spins water into its vortex dance. That's the dance that trains water molecules to all do the same dance, to all do the same formation, spinning around a common axis, getting them all aligned and re-informed so that the water that was de-structured by the filtration process gets realigned and therefore your body can recognize it as information.

Before your cells can really take in water they need to be reorganized, like the letters on a Scrabble board, so that your body can recognize what the information is and absorb it in that way.

Kevin: Wow. You advocate going to springs and finding spring water. There's two questions that some of the readers have asked. One of them is, obviously, where do you find springs? I know that you have a site that you're asking people to populate because it's really helpful as a resource. The second is, how do you know that the spring doesn't have pollution? If our earth is toxic, how do we know that the spring doesn't have toxins?

Daniel: Great, great, great. One thing is that our earth is not toxic. Our earth is actually very healthy. The idea that we're going to destroy the earth is hilarious. We talk about it a lot, "If we destroy the earth." It's hilarious. We will be gone long before we could destroy the earth. We could detonate every nuclear weapon we've created and the earth will go on. We will not, if we did something like that. The earth is okay.. There's a lot of pollution in the environment that we've created. It's scary because it seems like that pollution is long-lived because we don't understand biology and how it will break that stuff down eventually.

Currently yeah, the water on the surface of the earth is pretty polluted. I want to say this, if you didn't go to springs your other options look like drinking surface or ground water, in other words water from rivers or streams, going to tap, municipal water, or drinking bottled water. Those waters are all very polluted. So the water running through streams and rivers we know is very polluted, in most places. Unless you live in extremely remote, high-altitude places, it's likely the water that's on the surface where you live is polluted and not safe to drink.

Water from bottles is simply unsafe to drink. That's unfortunately a controversial thing to say. A lot of people get upset with me sometimes. But I don't really feeling like patting that one off, Kevin. I think it's important people recognize that unless they have very exceptional bottled water it's polluted with plastic if not many other things, if not being tap water itself.

So first of all spring water is the most obvious choice simply because it's water that's coming from deep underground. When I talk about spring water I'm not talking about water that's a few feet in the ground, we're talking about water that's very deep down in an aquifer pocket. Aquifers are like lakes that are underground and they're deep under bedrock. I very liberally use the term "fossil water." If somebody was a hydrologist they might scold me for using the word so liberally but I like the information that that term conveys. Fossil water, water that's been under the ground for a very long, long time, sitting, incubating and it's been waiting for this moment in history where the surface of the earth was literally post-apocalyptic. The surface of the earth is very dangerous. It's toxic. So we're created that environment for ourselves.

What we have the opportunity to do now, if we're wise -- and no, I know this is not the solution for human beings to go to springs but those that are listening are the unique and the wise. If you understand this principle that there's fossil water that's been waiting for you, for this time, you can go and gather that water that's coming from deep, deep underground, that's being brought to the surface of the earth, pure and clean and crystalline. Much of it has been underwater for hundreds and hundreds, if not thousands and tens of thousands of years. So the water is exceptionally clean. I have never in my life witnessed a person getting sick from spring water, ever. Most aquifers are deep enough down that they are not taking on the pollution on the surface of the earth.

Now some aquifers have been found to be contaminated but that water is always going to be less contaminated than anything on the surface or anything falling out of the sky. So I think all in all the water in the spring is the obvious candidate for being the cleanest and purest source that we have available to us today.

For more from this excerpt of the Renegade Roundtable as well as access a full archive of information by health experts on abundance, optimum health, and longevity, please visit http://www.RenegadeRoundtable.com.

About the author

Kevin Gianni is a health advocate, author and speaker. He has helped thousands of people in over 85 countries learn how to take control of their health--and keep it. To view his popular internet TV Show "The Renegade Health Show" (and get a free gift!) with commentary on natural health issues, vegan and raw food diets, holistic nutrition and more click here.

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