Cell-to-Cell Communication

Cells only communicate one way in the body, through electrical frequencies and that's how they communicate that there's anything foreign in the body, such as, a toxin or a virus or even a bacteria because even those have their own frequency because everything of its kind has a frequency of its own. That’s how our cells communicate.

 They pick up the frequencies through proteins these viruses or bacteria or any toxins that give off certain frequencies these, the cells in the body communicate. That's all done through water because all water has a different wavelength to it. Those wavelengths are the frequencies. If you have a water that has a total hardness that water is going to relate a low frequency. If you look at hard water it makes up principally calcium and magnesium, basically, total hardness. Iron and manganese add to the picture but calcium and magnesium are the two biggest culprits to total hardness.

 In water, you have oxidation that makes up TDS, which is total dissolved salts or total dissolved solids. That is what relates to the oxidation of water. Water is H2O. so you would have an atom of oxygen. You are going to have oxygenation taking place that would relate back to TDS in the first place. So when you have calcium and magnesium that get too high in the water they crystalize through oxidation. When they crystalize together, that's what increases your total hardness in the water or even surface hardness.

 That’s going to relate a lower surface area, which is going to relate a lower surface energy. Basically what that water is going to relate to the cell, when it comes into the cell, is a lower form of energy. The cell picks that energy form up because that has a wavelength to it, and when that cell picks up the frequency, if it is a lower energy, it will relate lower field of energy to other cells in the body. And by that time. If you've got a foreign body that's within the body like a bacteria or a toxin or a virus that is what will multiply it in the body.

 It’s going to be very slow in recognizing through the frequencies those foreign subjects that are in the body. It will eventually recognize it, through the immune system. The digestive system makes up 75 to 80 percent of the total immune system so if those proteins of those get a chance, they will colonize, reproducing at a faster rate because there's a slower communication between the cells. The cell is going to respond by communicating natural antibodies that are in the body, such as B lymphocytes, which are your killer cells or T cells in the body, and they don't have fast communication, then those foreign subjects are going to be authorized to reproduce at a rapid rate and overtake the body and the body becomes sick.

 There are only three life support systems in the body. You have the inner cell, the extra cellular fluid that surrounds that inner cell and the blood plasma. If your body consists of 70 percent water, which is well-recognized throughout the world, 50 percent of that lies within the inner cell itself; 15 percent lies on the extra cellular fluids that surround those cells. Only five percent is in the blood plasma. Those are your three main life support systems in the body. So what happens is when you have low energy, and the cell does not hydrate, that then robs from that inner cell, which is roughly 50 percent water, or 50 percent of that 70 percent, and something has to replace that. That replacement comes from the extracellular fluids and something has to replace those extra cellular fluids. That gets relied upon through the blood plasma.
It causes osmatic pressure in and between the cells and sooner or later, that is going to become depleted and the body actually starts losing what we call bio water that's the intercellular water of the cell – because of the osmatic pressure trying to replace everything that gets lost due to dehydration.

 And once you have dehydration, that cell then dies prematurely and now free radicals enter the body. So as the best thing because cells are dying at the rate of 30,000 cells out of the approximately 6 trillion cells the body contains. It would actually take 6 years to replace those 30,000 lost cells through what is called cell enlargement or cell division.

 So when you have cell enlargement, what you want to do is displace that water and the oxygen into those new cells that are rapidly growing as cells are dying. And if you don't, then you have consistent dehydration in your body. And when you dehydrate, the cell can no longer dissipate heat that's generated around it and when the cell cannot dissipate heat there's no water going into the cell to dissipate the heat. It takes energy, water and oxygen to dissipate heat within that inner cell so it can't dissipate the heat and the cell becomes inflamed. When it becomes inflamed, that cell becomes fevered. When it becomes fevered, it dies. That's called premature cell death or dehydration. That can be just due to water hardness — no water, no energy.

 You can drink plenty of water but then if you drink hard water, you're not going get the efficiency of that water? All water is basically dead water because it retains a memory of where it's been. In other words, if it's tied in with frequencies of let's say pesticides, insecticides or say groundwater contamination which even though they physically may not still be there the wavelengths of whatever it was in contact with or frequencies is there until that wavelength is removed. When you take it through the structuring device, through biophotonic energy, life light energy, you're increasing thermal conductivity which is heat transfer. That increases heat dissipation. That is the actual caloric capacity of that water molecule.If you look at any feed stuff, it will always give you the metabolizable energy of that feed stuff in the form of calories and that's the energy available to the cell. Now when you look at water, which is going to carry that energy to the cell, it’s going to dissipate the heat. Water's the only thing that's going to generate that energy that's given off but water has to have a caloric capacity. That is what I call the tetrahedron angle of water.

 Now, all water has an angle to it. The lower the degrees in angle, the less energy that water has. That's the less caloric capacity that water has. The higher the angle, the more caloric capacity it has. In other words, it has a higher degree of energy to transport heat. To break it, you get into the cell itself to hydrate the cell with water and oxygen. Once you do that, that cell then becomes a healthy cell because when that cell enlarges, it divides and you've got, in nanoseconds, a happy cell environment because it’s got the energy, and the amount of oxygen it needs in order to divide and break off and create new cells.

 But when that cycle gets stopped or broken through water that cannot hydrate because it basically just gets lost the animal cannot retain it. So it basically doesn't have enough water retention for all of these advanced things to take place that, through proteins and things that set up DNA in the body, which is actually the blueprint of the blood, all based on frequencies in the body and, if the cell cannot communicate, that's where it breaks down. Science has proven that a six-week old fetus has the capability to recognize more than a million antigens, through frequencies, before it's even exposed to the outside world.

 Everything is energy and energy is everything and the law of quantum physics states and supports that evidence. Everything of its kind has a frequency of its own. That's the inner workings of the immune system?

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