Crystals and Patterns, Structure and Water
Structured water is entirely different from “bulk water – the term used in school by scientists for the random hydrogen and oxygen arrangement we are taught. The inherent problem is that bulk water has basically nothing to do with our health and proper cellular functioning, while structured water has virtually everything to do with our health and physiology, and because of the structure in one and the lack of structure in the other, these are almost two entirely different substances, with different properties and different behaviour.When looking at crystals, the influence the structure has is most readily seen. Take for example, graphite and diamond – two types of carbon that differ only in the structural arrangement of a single element (carbon). For its softness, one makes excellent pencils, the other makes excellent cutting for its strength. All are made entirely of carbon, but these structural modifications cause major variations, and one is not the same as the other, as any woman will tell you. It becomes very ridiculous to approach the body and our wellbeing as if it were a device made of graphite or coal when we are made of diamonds – or at least the H2O equivalent. Have a look here.
SiO2, or silicon dioxide, may appear as either quartz, flint, or glass, and again, they all share the same chemical composition, creating entirely different compounds with entirely different properties. Glass cannot be used to create hard drives or radios, a watch cannot be timed to glass, and when squeezed, it does not produce electrical energy, but quartz can and does, and because of its molecular structure, it can store information, vibrate at unique rates, and when mechanical pressure is applied, generate electrical energy, a property called piezo-electricity. That is because of its unique crystalline structure, which is what defines its properties.