The first photographic evidence that water could be influenced by quantum phenomena and sounds came from Masaru Emoto, a Japanese researcher. Emoto's photographs documented these effects on the molecular structure of water. His early work explored the effect of music and vibrations on water, and he then expanded his research to include other realms of quantum physics.
All of these observed changes have been photographically documented, which in turn gives us the methodology that must be employed to effectively restructure the water we use for irrigation in the Hilodome, as well as the water we bottle for commercial purposes.
As all living things - including each of us, and even the food we eat - are composed mostly of water, we believe that this restructuring of the water will become an important focus of The Hilodome Project.
We feel that if we can improve the structure of water for drinking, irrigation and even aquaponics purposes, we will have achieved the next level of healthy organic food production. As a result, we believe that the food and water produced within the Hilodome will have a positive health impact on all of the customers that we serve.
"Here is something that should hurt your brain. We can empty half the beds in all the hospitals in the world, by just giving people clean water."
- Dean Kamen in the movie "SlingShot" (Netflix)
Using high-speed photography, Dr. Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water revealed changes when exposed to varying sound vibrations, and even ultrasound. He found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to positive stimuli shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns.
In contrast, polluted water, chlorinated water, and water exposed to negative stimuli, form incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. The implications of this research create a new awareness of how we can positively impact the earth and our personal health through the proper restructuring of water for consumption, crop irrigation and raising aquatic animals.
NOTE: If you start the above video at the 15 minute mark, you can see how various music transforms the water. This is the exact link: (click)
Many scientists have corroborated this research, including Joan S. Davis of the Zurich Technical University who has conducted research into river water for more than 30 years in Switzerland. Water that falls from the sky takes sometimes hundreds of years to seep into the ground and become groundwater. In this process of falling to Earth, juvenile water seeps into the ground and then emerges. In that process, water obtains information from various minerals and becomes wise, in Professor Davis's naming conventions.
Her view is that the current system of supplying water through long pipes results in water that is not extremely healthy for the body. When water is exposed to high pressure and flows straight through pipes, the water clusters break down, letting minerals escape.
Professor Davis has focused her attention on finding simple ways to supply healthy water to large numbers of people, including the poor. One of her suggestions is to use crystals. Her theory is that when small ice crystals are introduced into the water, the minerals in the water are retained, resulting in water that grows healthier crops.
The Hilodome project will endeavor to incorporate these observed changes in the water as part of our approach to growing even healthier organic food. We hope you agree with our approach, and we encourage you to read Masaru Emoto's many books on his research.
The three key elements that are essential to all plant growth are nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). In addition, there are about 10 trace elements that are essential components of the required nutrients. This guides our remineralization and nutrient injection process.
Calcium Nitrate Potassium
Nitrate Sodium Nitrate Potassium Sulphate
Superphosphate Calcium Sulphate
Magnesium Sulphate Ferrous
Chloride Zinc Sulphate
Copper Sulphate Boric acid powder
Copper Boron Magnesium
Calcium Chlorine Molybdenum
Nitrogen and Phosphorus
Nitrogen and Sulphur
Nitrogen and Calcium
Nitrogen and Potassium
Nitrogen Potassium and Sulphur
Phosphorus and Calcium Sulphur Magnesium & Sulphur
Zinc Copper Boric
Necessary for the production of leaves and stem
growth; Also an essential ingredient in building plant cells.
Required in the development of flowers and fruits and aids in the growth of healthy roots. Used by plant cells during the assimilation of the energy produced by photosynthesis.
Assists in the production of plant energy and heightens the effectiveness of phosphorus.
Vital in the production of chlorophyll.
Aids in absorption of nitrogen, an essential component in the energy transference process.
An essential component in the energy transference process.
– Needed in the production chlorophyll.
– Required in minute amounts, but involved in the process of distributing phosphorus throughout crops.
Encourages the root growth and helps plant absorb potassium.
– Required for photosynthesis.
– Assists in several chemical reactions.