At the beginning of 2004 we have made the acquaintance of the Swiss researcher Mr. E.F. Braun. In contrast to the work of the water crystal pioneer Dr. Masaru Emoto, Mr. Braun doesn't apply the assessment schema known from Masaru Emoto: the Swiss researcher prefers that the crystals speak for themselves. In this respect, it was a fully new experience for us to get to know a scientist who prefers that the language takes its natural course … rather than trying to appeal to qualities by means of comparisons. Therefore you will not find any interpretations in this 2004 study. Let yourself be guided by the fascination of the images.
In order to prevent any falsification of the results, steam-distilled water was used as the basis in all studies commissioned. Steam-distilled water, once frozen, usually does not form crystals, as known from "normal" water. The image to the right shows a "watercrystal" from steam-distilled water.
All the more interesting and revealing were the results achieved with the VITA*CARD. According to Mr. Braun, it is really amazing what kind of bioenergetic potential this small ENERGY*CARD offers. He assumed (and somehow expected) -based on previous tests with other "energetic products"- that there won't be any visible changes regarding the structure of the water.
In May 2004, we asked Mr. Braun to conduct a water crystal study. For this purpose, we did sent a VITA*CARD to his laboratory. Quote from his original report:
I did take the card in my hand and said: „Harmonize and vitalize the water. Thank you.“
Then a glass of distilled water (which rarely produces crystalline structures) was placed overnight on the card. Then, 22 drops of the distilled water were frozen and digitally photographed under the microscope.
The following six images result from this study. They clearly show hexagonal crystalline structures, which in principle are found only in water samples whose origins are clear and natural sources!
PS: The original pictures (black and white) were later colored in blue by us with Photoshop.
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