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Hexagonal Water Origins

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Hexagonal water or structured water can be found in deep earth springs, glacial waters, and a very special location in Japan called Magnetic Mountain: “…the entire mountain has been permanently magnetized. The mountain itself is the result of an underwater volcanic eruption which occurred millions of years ago at about the same time that a meteorite shower deposited magnetite within the mountain.”

This water is extremely magnetic and has been studied by many scientists with positive results towards human health. Another source of hexagonal water is simply water that is allowed to move. Still water breeds disease, but living water cleans itself using vortex-like movements.

Minerals also support living water. There can be many different degrees of quality when using a Structured Water Unit depending on the design. This water lasts the longest in a cool environment away from EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) and direct sunlight. People have used hexagonal water concentrates, vortex machines, in-line devices, ionizers and filters prior to structuring to improve their water quality. However the water is structured, it is clear from many studies presented on this website and elsewhere that all life forms can benefit from hexagonal water consumption.

Reference: "Hexagonal Water—The Ultimate Solution" by M.J. Pangman, M.S.

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