an elephant near a river bank - water and memory




Although it may seem strange or bizarre, the answer is MEMORY.

A common comment about people exhibiting above-average recall is to equate this ability to that of an elephant. This is a documented truism based on professional observations, testing, and elephant brain biopsies. In fact, the biopsies document a pyramidal neuron level (associated with memory) on a par with humans.

Conversely, when water memory is mentioned, reactions range from disbelief to accusations of pseudo-science or worse from the scientific community. The disconnect between people with traditional science education and what can be laboratory demonstrated and effectively used in water is the textbook information on water that simply is not challenged as it should be. Too often, water is overlooked as being a major contributing factor in products and processes.

No, water doesn’t remember names or dates, but more importantly, it remembers and can repeat frequencies (vibrations) that it is exposed to. This is important because everything that exists (animal, vegetable, and mineral) has a frequency unique to it as evidenced by the effectiveness of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) which measures frequency responses at the cellular level.  Very early in the 20th Century, Nikola Tesla referred to the earth as a huge ball of vibrations. In 1952 this was confirmed and named the Schumann resonance belt existing between the surface of the earth and the ionosphere. This 60-mile-wide electromagnetic field band vibrates consistently at 7.83 hertz (cycles per second) and was probably the infinitely available energy described by Tesla that he wished to harness. This energy is the result of positively charged solar winds reacting with the negatively charged earth and interestingly 7.83 hertz is the alpha frequency of the human brain.

There are two controversial medical applications involving vibrations or frequencies. One dates to the late 1700s in Germany and a physician named Samuel Hahnemann. He is the founder of what is currently known as homeopathic medicine. Using highly diluted solutions of pathogens in water is referred to as homeopathic compounds that contain unmeasurable amounts of pathogens in water that trigger the immune system to release antigens. By diluting the solutions multiple times until all molecules of the pathogen are below detection levels, presumably only their vibration remains in the water. The other dates to the 1920s and is the strengthening of various organ cells in the body responding curatively to a like vibration through water in the cell applied by an electrical frequency generator device. Perhaps the most famous (infamous?) was developed by Dr. Royal Rife. The rife machine has been offered by a number of companies and is declared illegal by the FDA although proponents swear to their efficacy and to this day risk stiff fines and jail terms for promoting or selling such devices.

The thousands of photos taken of water drops in the 1980s and 90’s by Japanese physician Dr. Masaru Emoto provide us with visual insight to the effects of various vibrations on water.  Pictures were taken at -5 to 0o C. and displayed the hexagonal shape of water molecule structures as well as distortions caused by pollution and unpleasant sounds. An impressive selection of Dr. Emoto’s photos is available in his book Messages from Water. Because water has unusual properties such as expansion at freezing and asymmetrical hydrogen/oxygen bond angles, often expressed is a thought that water is not from this planet. This thought may be reinforced by a satellite photo on page 139 of the book showing ice balls entering earth from space.

Recently, medical investigators in France have reported experimental proof of the presence and longevity of vibrations in the water. The first scientist was Dr. Jacques Benveniste who in 1988 began using the term water memory. After his untimely death in 2004, the lead scientist studying water memory became Dr. Luc Antoine Montagnier. He is not only a practicing French physician but a Nobel prize winner in physiology for the discovery of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV. His experiment successfully imprinted the vibration profile of a DNA strand into the water, digitized it, and transmitted it via the internet to another country where the vibrations were applied to a vile of water containing DNA building blocks of nucleotides (phosphate, sugar, and nitrate groups) and the DNA strand was replicated with 98% accuracy. The entire experiment can be viewed at

A serious university-level report on how the memory phenomenon works were published on This is a site that grants open access to hundreds of technical papers and by typing in water memory, a 2018 paper from the Journal of Modern Physics produced by Auguste Meeson of a Belgian University appears. His conclusion is that in spite of multiple dilutions (10 to 100 times) nanoparticles of ferromagnetic material referred to as pearls remain that hold memory not unlike a CD or tape. Rather strange, but plausible. Until a more definitive explanation is offered, it is probably best to refer to the water memory ability as a phenomenon.

What’s next for applying memorized vibrations in water? The first and most important step is for mainstream scientists to accept Dr. Montagnier’s experiments and build on them. This can be a difficult hurdle because of a history of scientific careers being derailed by water-related studies that failed. Next will be the need for entrepreneurs to champion the concept and develop products.

Once water memory is established as a truism, however, we may expect to see

  • A resurgence of homeopathic compounds within or in competition with big pharma
  • Transport of dangerous chemicals via the internet
  • Beverages infused with curative vibrational messages
  • Crops irrigated with water containing vibrations of insecticides, pesticides, nutrients, etc.
  • Ways to erase old memories so that new ones can be added. Currently, it appears that the phase changes and heat associated with distillation are adequate but slow.

The study of water and its properties constantly seems to open new paths to explore.