Water, Humans, Vibes

Summer break is just about over, and I want to plant some seeds for fall.

Right now I don’t want to have you here reading this long.

Let’s discuss vibrations, and why yours are so important.  But first, check out this page on Youtube of water vibration experiments and tests, then come back here.


Okay, now that you’ve seen water vibrations and experiments, take a small amount of time and read this article on some properties of water in the human body, which can contain up to 60% water.  “According to H.H. Mitchell, Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.”

Let’s check the moon’s effect on water.  “Tides are created because the Earth and the moon are attracted to each other, just like magnets are attracted to each other.”  If the moon, sun, and earth are all competing like magnets to pull the essence of water, does this not affect us human beings as well?

My point?  We are beings with an ability to connect to the very energy in the air around us.  If “matter” is energy,  then we are energy, because we are matter.  If we are mostly water matter, and it’s been proven that different vibrations and frequencies cause water to interact a certain way, is it not something we should strive to be conscious about with how we think, what we say, how we believe, what we eat, the music we listen to, and what we watch on the television?

Low vibes, low frequencies, “low” state of existence.

High vibes, high frequencies, “high” state of existence.


The choice is yours.


Published by James Taylor

Vegan, Activist for True Justice and Equality, Philosopher, Athlete, Fighter, Self-Published Author, Truth Seeker. This blog is intended to help us all grow and come into knowledge together as we learn more during the age of information. Please leave comments for discussion!

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