It’s time for everyone favorite day of the week, Famous Person Friday! (有名人金曜日) This week we will be talking about Masaru Emoto. (江本 勝) Emoto-san (江本さん) was born July 22, 1943 and lived until October 17, 2014.
He was an author and entrepreneur, who claimed that the human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto-san (江本さん) was a graduate from Yokohama Municipal University’s department of humanities and sciences department, with a focus International Relations. In 1986 he established the IHM Corporation in Tokyo. In October of 1992 he received certification from the Open International University as a Doctor of Alternative Medicine. Subsequently, he was introduced to the concept of micro cluster water in the US and Magnetic Resonance Analysis technology. The quest thus began to discover the mystery of water.
Since 1999, Emoto-san (江本さん) published several volumes of a work entitled Messages from Water, which contain photographs of ice crystals and their accompanying experiments. Emoto-san (江本さん) believed that water was a “blueprint for our reality” and that emotional “energies” and “vibrations” could change the physical structure of water. Emoto-san’s (江本さん) water crystal experiments consisted of exposing water in glasses to different words, pictures or music, and then freezing and examining the aesthetic properties of the resulting crystals with microscopic photography.
Emoto-san (江本さん) claimed that different water sources would produce different crystalline structures when frozen. For example, he claimed that a water sample from a mountain stream when frozen would show structures of beautifully-shaped geometric design, but those structures would be distorted and randomly formed if the sample were taken from a polluted water source. Emoto-san (江本さん) believed that these changes could be eliminated by exposing water to ultraviolet light or certain electromagnetic waves.If you would like to know more about Emoto-san (江本さん) you can always check out some of his numerous books at your local library or search for them on websites like Amazon.
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