Thursday, November 22, 2012

Water Of Love

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Water Of Love

An alternative view on the benefits and risks of drinking distilled water (and something else which might surprise you)

Let's start with some music.  CTRL+click to listen in a new tab:

"Water Of Love" - Dire Straits


High and dry in the long hot day
Lost and lonely in every way
Got the flats all around me sky up above
I need a little water of love

I've been too long lonely and my heart feels pain

Crying out for some soothing rain
I believe I have taken enough
I need a little water of love

Water of love deep in the ground

No water here to be found
Some day baby when the river runs free
It'll carry that water of love to me

There's a bird up in a tree sitting up high

Waiting for me to die
If I don't get some water soon
I'll be dead and gone in the afternoon

Once I had a woman I could call my own

Once I had a woman now my woman is gone
Once there was a river now there's a stone
You know it's evil when you're living alone

"My view is that this gland is the principal seat of the soul, and the place in which all our thoughts are formed. The reason I believe this is that I cannot find any part of the brain, except this, which is not double. Since we see only one thing with two eyes, and hear only one voice with two ears, and in short have never more than one thought at a time, it must necessarily be the case that the impressions which enter by the two eyes or by the two ears, and so on, unite with each other in some part of the body before being considered by the soul. Now it is impossible to find any such place in the whole head except this gland; moreover it is situated in the most suitable possible place for this purpose, in the middle of all the concavities; and it is supported and surrounded by the little branches of the carotid arteries which bring the spirits into the brain."

- RenĂ© Decartes

For more information about corpora arenacea - "brain sand" or calcification of the pineal gland, 


The pro-distilled water crowd: 

1.  Alexander Graham Bell's take on distilled water:

2.  Water - The Shocking Truth That Can Save Your Life - Paul and Patricia Bragg (both N.D., Ph.D.)

free online book:

3.   The Choice Is Clear - Dr. Allen E. Banik

free online book:

4.  Popular mainstream M.D - N.D. hybrid doctor Andrew Weil, who has been featured before on this website, [see post "MariNoia, Vol. III: "Phoenix Tears""] drinks only distilled water, and has for years with no ill effects.

"While it's true that distillation removes minerals as it eliminates various other contaminants from water, I don't feel this is a problem. We get our minerals from food, not water." 

 - Andrew Weil

"Your question as to whether distilled water leaches minerals out of the body reflects another persistent myth. While pure water helps to remove minerals from the body that cells have eliminated or not used, it does not "leach" out minerals that have become part of your body's cell structure. Neither does distilled water cause your teeth to deteriorate, a false claim made by a filter manufacturer looking to boost sales. As far as acidity goes, distilled water is close to a neutral pH and has no effect on the body’s acid/base balance."
- Andrew Weil

I also like this quote, which captures much of the truth about distilled water:

"The minerals which the human body needs that are in the water are insignificant to those in food…and anyone simply eating a varied diet, not even a balanced diet, could hardly suffer a mineral deficiency." 

- Dr. Henry A. Schroeder, Dartmouth Medical School

Read Dr. Weil's opinion of distilled water here:

NOTE:  I don't trust Dr. Weil at all, but I include his quote on distilled water here because it is correct.  I don't trust him because of his published positions on vaccinations generally, on the HPV shot specifically, and on aluminum adjuvants:

"Are Childhood Vaccines Dangerous?"

"Aluminum: A Vaccine Danger?"

"HPV for Pre-Teens?"

HPV for pre-teens?  Hell, yeah!   Dr. Weil just CAN'T WAIT to skewer your daughter's supple pre-teen arm with a Gardasil shot!

He's pushy with those shots - a lot like Bill Gates...

Weil's "loyal hound" pose...

"Poseidon" pose...

Dr. Weil also takes a moronic stance on fluoride, recommending that parents give their children fluoridated water or prescription fluoride supplements.  While Dr. Weil recommends distillation as a means of water purification (the only method that removes 100% of fluoride), he is at the same time an agent of the UN/NWO/WHO because he must mix this advice with prescription fluoride pills (to calcify your baby's pineal gland).  He also says that the fluoride in green tea isn't harmful, which is simply false.  The fluoride and aluminum in green tea are both harmful.  Don't add lemon to your tea!!!

"Fluoride, Fluorine, Minerals, Supplements"

     (Updated by: Andrew Weil, M.D., and Brian Becker, M.D., on January 10, 2013)

"Is Fluoride Safe For Kids?"

"Is the Fluoride in Green Tea Harmful?"

I also don't trust Dr. Weil because of his need to insist that the discovery of the antitumor properties of herbal cannabis is a novel, recent discovery when there is plenty of evidence that this knowledge has been suppressed for years by the US government, Canadian government, and very likely others as well. I am also distrustful of Dr. Weil's need to push people into buying Sativex at their pharmacies and padding the pockets of GW Pharmaceuticals instead of growing cannabis in their own backyard.  I would even go so far as to speculate that Weil may be a shareholder in GW.

5.  The Alchemists?


6.  More of the Alchemists:

SLOW DOWN AND READ THE NEXT SENTENCE CAREFULLY, PLEASE:  Do not mistake Aquarius the Water Bearer (Andrew Norton Webber, the "good guy," for The Book of Aquarius (a disinformation text with excellent alchemical quotes) by Anonymous.  

(I've already had questions from readers who have contacted me privately and are confused on this point.)

The Book of Aquarius, published by 'Anonymous,' which Andrew Norton Webber says is a disinfo text, has numerous quotes from alchemical texts which are relevant to distilled liquids and also to urine therapy.  A.N.W. says it is best to distrust what the author has actually written in the text and to simply pay attention to the alchemical quotes, which make up the majority of the text.  I tend to think this is good advice, having read The Book of Aquarius by Anonymous.  I think that it is a distraction from what Andrew Norton Webber is trying to show us at
and a distraction from what he is trying to show us with his talks, which are included later in this article.  Andrew Norton Webber says that urine therapy and distilled liquids are the true secret of Alchemy - the secret of how to obtain the Philosopher's Stone and "turn lead into gold," which is really an analog for spiritual awakening and the decalcification of the pineal gland. 
But "Anonymous," the author of The Book of Aquarius, would have us believe that we should boil down our pee in an evaporating dish, stink up our homes and make fools of ourselves to obtain a powder that goes through various processes to make a stone we can hold in our hand and do magic with?  Sorry, Charlie.  Document 5 ALONE gives us enough hints to start thinking that might not be what the Alchemists were really writing about and painting about and making woodcuts about.  Andrew Norton Webber recommends this book, which I have read, and also can recommend:

Read Shivambu Gita here.

NOTE:  Many more books about distilled water and urine therapy which come recommended by Andrew Norton Webber are available to read for free at

He also recommends this book by John Armstrong - The Water of Life:

Read The Water of Life here.

Read Your Own Perfect Medicine here.

A PDF of The Book of Aquarius by Anonymous (a disinfo text) may be accessed here.

To be clear:  I disagree with the author - Anonymous - I think that the alchemical quotes in this book actually point to urine therapy and distilled liquids.


7.  More of the Alchemists: The Sixth Key of Basil Valentine:


In the foreground on the left we have a fire and pot of boiling water, with steam coming out of the top.  In the background, the sun evaporates water from the Earth and it forms clouds, which cool and condense to form rain, which is mirrored by the pot of condensing water in the foreground.  The bishop is conducting a wedding ceremony.  Let's think of this as the inner marriage - a spiritual transformation that happens within a person due to the union of opposites and the awakening of life-force energy.  Personally, I think I will avoid the whole bishop part in my inner marriage.  But the distilled water connection (and its mimicry of a natural process) is made unavoidably clear in this example of alchemical artwork.  I'm not certain as to why the pot and condenser of the distillation apparatus are not joined.  But the hands of the king and queen are joined, which brings it all together.

NOTE:  Unfortunately, our atmosphere has been adulterated due to chemtrails and other forms of pollution, so I would not recommend collecting rainwater for drinking purposes this year (2012).


The anti-distilled water crowd:

Strangely, some people think that drinking only pure rainwater is very bad for you.

Here are a two examples:

1.  WHO I wouldn't trust with a glass of water

Apparently, the World Health Organization, WHO I wouldn't trust with a glass of water, is not a fan of distilled water.  Of course, they recommend water fluoridation in the same breath as they recommend not drinking 'demineralised' water.  I think this document is part of the disinformation campaign against distilled water.  Remember, the WHO is a globalist NWO organization, like the UN, like Agenda 21, like Codex Alimentarius.  As Andrew Norton Webber says,

"If you want to participate in the World Health Organization's depopulation program, don't drink distilled water!"

Here is a PDF of the WHO document:

[NOTE: I will add more later about the details of why document 4 from The WHO is hogwash.]  

Here is Andrew Norton Webber's best interview yet (with recommendations for what types and brands of water distillers to purchase):

"Taking The Piss" - Andrew Norton Webber on Allegedly Dave, 10-18-2012


2This article by Mercola is the second link on the first page that comes up when you do a google search for "distilled water": 

I suspect it of being a disinformation article.  

Dr. Mercola is quite famous on the Internet and within the natural/alternative medical community.  He has written a number of articles about the dangers of vaccination and water fluoridation.

Andrew Norton Webber (Aquarius the Water Bearer - says in this interview [listen here:] that alchemy equals urine therapy, that urine is the secret ingredient you need to "turn lead into gold," and that the distilled water aspect of urine therapy is what helps to decalcify the pineal gland and facilitate spiritual awakening. 

I also recommend you listen to this interview with Andrew Norton Webber, which relates to alchemy:  

I am going to start drinking only distilled water very soon, and I will document my progress!

According to Andrew Norton Webber, Dr. Mercola exists to do distilled water disinfo.  He claims that Mercola is an 80/20 agent.  He compared Mercola to Henry Kissinger.  Ouch.

     [for more on Kissinger, see post ""Weaving spiders come not here!""]

What makes an 80/20 disinfo agent?

80% good info (anti-water fluoridation info, anti-vaccine info)

20% disinformation (anti-distilled water article: "Distilled Water Leads To Early Death")

Is this plausible?  Well, would it be worth it for a man's "purpose" to be the #2 spot on a google search for "distilled water"?  Yes, certainly, in the eyes of the New World Order.


Very popular YouTube video:  

"Dr. Mercola Discusses Reverse Osmosis and Distilled Water"

part 1:
part 2:

There are other reasons to suspect Dr. Mercola of working for the UN/NWO/WHO - he writes disinformation against cod liver oil!


Concerned about distilled water leaching away your precious minerals and ruining your bones and teeth?  Feel the need to drink minerals in your water?  Well, with the exception of silicon in the form of bioavailable oligomeric silicic acid, [see post "Aluminum detox"] minerals in your water may be doing more harm than good.  I'm skeptical of the idea that we need any minerals in our water apart from silicon.  I'd like to find a silicic acid product that could be added to distilled water (or taken as a supplement with food).  I don't recommend that anyone buy any of the mineral waters that Dr. Christopher Exley is promoting, since they contain harmful inorganic minerals.

Metals like iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc are not bioavailable in their inorganic forms, but become bioavailable when they are bound to organic molecules, like glycine.  (I find it very therapeutic to take 600-800 mg of magnesium glycinate each evening.  Many other people also find that this is helpful.  This may be due partly to rampant low-level aluminum toxicity and boron deficiency in the general population.  For more information about the aluminum-magnesium connection, see post "Aluminum: A Neurotoxic Product of Acid Rain [and chemtrails]")
And it is possible that inorganic calcium, in particular, may be problematic to the human organism.  

Check out this video presentation about inorganic and organic nutritional minerals from Albion University: 


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