Does Water Have Memory?

70% of the Earth is covered by water, and humans are made of upwards of 90% water, as humans have memory at the cellular level – does that imply water has memory?

Teresa Fritschi, Commarglo Managing Director

First published simply as Water 29 July 2013 – revised.


I am listening to George Frideric Handel’s masterful Water Music  first performed in the open air on the River Thames, as requested by King George I, on 17 July 1717.  (Note to all, certain music can be RELEVANT after 300 years!) As a fan of Baroque music this not the first, nor will it be the last time these three suites of elegance will grace my ear drums, make my heart swell and transport me, but it is the first time I have actively considered the resonance of the music on its environment.water memory  

Recently I stumbled upon a bit theoretic science which suggests that water might have memory.  Sadly, it seems that this has been debunked but, from an esoteric perspective, and for the future of the planet’s health, I want to explore this a bit further.

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