Andreas-Ludwig-Kalcker-2015We as humans, we tend to circumscribe universal truth to fit our own personal truth. Science, however, allows the definition of interpretations at many levels. Nevertheless, there isn’t any level that has managed to discover all the secrets behind universal forces and therefore us humans, are limited to “believe what we know” or “know what we believe”. Besides, there are many scientific facts whose workings we ignore. Therefore, I want to express that it’s my understanding that science has become religion and it is inaccurate, as we currently know it. I have found information that is just incorrect among the scientific hypotheses and that’s why I feel compelled to question everything.

Science is not what has been hypothesized, but the study of the forces of nature to discover the perfect and absolutely logical way in which they function. There is nothing in nature that is not based on logic. Whenever there is a scientific anomaly, it’s often due to erroneous human conclusions during the research process. Science must be the interpretation of the language of the natural forces in the universe and nobody can claim the total or definitive monopoly of knowledge, because their achievements (or discoveries) will be always reduced to a small glimpse of this grand universe

Many famous scientists never had a degree in their whole lives, including geniuses such as Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519); Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723), considered the father of microbiology; Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), America’s first physicist; William Herschel (and her sister Carolina) (1738-1822), the astronomer who discovered planet Uranus; Michael Faraday (1791-1867), the chemical and physicist who created the electromagnetism laws and terms such as electrode, ion, cathode; Charles Darwin (1809-1882), the biologist who created the theory of evolution; Thomas H. Huxley (1825-1895), famous biologist and anatomist; James Prescott Joule (1818-1889), who created the law of energy conservation… and many more.
We have to understand that none of these personalities would get the slightest chance of publishing their discoveries in our current times, let alone of being accepted by the current scientific community.

Homeopathy is a typical example of this. Jacques Benveniste (1935-2004) arrived to the conclusion that the configuration of water molecules was biologically active and had the ability to transmit information. A journalist came up with the term “water’s memory” to name this hypothesis. He was slandered and called a pseudoscientist, same thing that would later happen to Masaru Emoto, Viktor Schauberger, Johann Grander, etc…In spite of the thousands of people who have experienced their effectiveness firsthand, homeopathy –based on the theories of the German doctor Samuel Hahnemann is considered a pseudoscience only because conventional science is not able to understand or reproduce its therapeutic effects in a constant manner and considers it is a placebo.

The Spanish medical association (OMC) agreed in two different meetings that its practice would be acknowledged as a medical action, and authorized its practice in health centers or by medicine professionals. Nobel Prize Luc Montagnier claims that homeopathy is effective and scientifically proven, while the attacks it is subjected to are completely unjustified. He proved that water that contained microbial DNA was able to keep that DNA information even after filtering their biological remains and be extremely diluted, and proceed to transmit electronically to another country this DNA information to a different body of pure water only through resonance. Summing up, this means that DNA transmits information to water electromagnetically. Homeopathy seems to structure water, providing it with memory and information.

For me personally the key to the knowledge of the human body is in the interstitial fluids to be more specific in the semi structured waters  as crystals representing the fourth phase of water. This water is able to store both energy and information and is the main source of both immediate energy and long-term memory of our body. Synapses and neural networks to structure both serve to read through this structured electromagnetic pulses water …

… So I encourage everyone to discover the basic principles of the Natural Biophysics