Welcome to Clean-Water in Denmark.

Wee are people working with and study water and good health for all of us on Gaia.


Why is water important?

Water is the essential component of all life. It comprises 70% of the Earth's surface, 75% of the human body, 90% of blood and sap. 97% of Earth's water is in the oceans, 2% is frozen in icecaps, 1% is fresh, but much of this is inaccessible, deep in the Earth. From what is left, we use 98% for industrial purposes and agriculture, only 2% for the nutrition and health of every living organism.

Water's reputation as a powerful solvent derives from its ability to absorb energy vibrations and its particular electromagnetic and chemical qualities, being able to break down substances into their constituent parts. Naturally flowing water creates complex structures: micro clusters of vibrating energy centres, constantly receiving and transmuting energy from every contact the water body makes; and laminar structures which generate energy from the interaction of the planes against each other.

Healthy water carries nutrients, the building blocks of growth, healing energies, disposes of waste and is constantly cooling, cleansing and purifying itself. We depend on water as a catalyst, a transport system, to maintain our correct body temperature, to supply nutrients and electrical impulses. Dehydration is a common source of illness - we need to drink 1-2 litres of good water every day, more especially as we grow older. Tea, coffee and alcohol all dehydrate the body, therefore, if we drink them we need to drink more good water to compensate.

We need to protect and care for our water; our survival depends on it. As population increases and industrial growth proliferates, good water is getting perilously scarce.

What is good quality water?

In order to maintain its quality, water needs to behave like it does in a natural stream, dancing and cavorting in spirals and vortices, or in the ground, constantly moving sinuously in capillaries or circulating with its storage chambers. In a youthful stream water is most active, and it has the best opportunity to self-purify, thanks to the particular properties of the vortex, which is to access energies of a higher dimension that can cancel out degenerate energies carried by pollutants.

We treat our water supplies very badly, storing it in reservoirs where it overheats, shattering its natural structure in turbines and generators, making it run through straight pipes that destroys its energy. Worst of all, we allow it to become contaminated with pathogenic bacteria so we have to add chlorine; we allow agricultural chemicals, organic toxins, industrial and hospital wastes like hormones to pollute our water.

Domestic water supplies may be recycled as many as 20 times - particularly in cities - efforts being made to remove physical pollutants, but none to remove the energy vibrations, the memory of the water's history of misuse. Bottled spring water is not necessarily problem free. They vary a lot in quality, but the main problem is when they come in the soft plastic bottles, you don't know how long or at what temperature they've been stored. The water inevitably will absorb chemicals from the plastic. If you buy spring water, make sure it's in glass bottles!


Read more in LIVING WATER.                      Erik Lavigne