COMPRISES MOVIES & VIDEOS FOR EVENINGS THIRTEEN & FOURTEEN.

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EVENING THIRTEEN

28. Blue Gold World Water Wars: This is not a film about saving the environment; rather it is a film about saving ourselves.

29. Shumak - The Given Heart: Heartfelt documentary on the many springs in this beautiful valley.

EVENING FOURTEEN

30.  It's Rainmaking Time: This evening is actually audio not cinema and viewers need to connect to the website shown in this section. This involves a range of talks with knowledgeable water experts being interviewed by Kim Greenhouse. Kim is the owner of It's Rainmaking Time website.

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John Ellis, founder of John Ellis water ( see his web site-http://johnelliswater.com/  ) and he is analumnus of The Choate School and Lafayette College, where he earned an engineering degree in steam plant design. He went on to work at Douglas Aerospace and later Honeywell, where he developed his patented technology for recycling, energizing, and distilling water. This interview outlines his discovery about hydrogen bonding and changing the angle of water.

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28. Blue Gold World Water Wars

This is not a film about saving the environment; rather it is a film about saving ourselves. It doesn’t really matter what your stance is regarding environmental, religious, or political issues; if you go without water for a week, you cry blood. When we search the universe for life, we search for water because as far as we know, all living things need water to survive.

29. Shumak - The Given Heart

Known for their mineral rich waters and cleansing, curative properties, the Shumak springs pour from the foot of the Sayan Mountains in the scenic Shumak River valley, 1,500m above sea level. Over 100 mineral springs and thermal lakes dot the valley, each with differing water temperatures and a variety of unique healing properties attributed to them. Far from any roads, the remote Shumak Valley is only accessible by foot, horseback or helicopter, a fact which has allowed the area to preserve much of its natural beauty.


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30. It's Rainmaking Time

http://itsrainmakingtime.com/dan-nelson-end-dehydration/

There was a time when thirty years of advanced research on hydration stated that we must drink half our body weight in liquid ounces of water everyday to stay hydrated. But according to physicist Dan Nelson, dehydration affects all of us equally – whether we drink two glasses or two gallons per day. Picking up where Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj (the author of Your Body’s Many Cries For Water) left off, Dan Nelson identified chronic dehydration as a central factor in aging and disease and set out to find the solution. In the process, he had to rethink everything we thought we knew about water. By developing his own proprietary equipment – a one-of-a-kind laser apparatus for engineering water – Dan Nelson discovered the key to maximum absorption of water by compressing the particles to a small enough size to pass through the cell wall. As he guides us through his cutting-edge research, our current understanding of water seems fit for the stone age. Join us with Dan Nelson as we venture through groundbreaking new knowledge that can end dehydration all across the globe.

http://itsrainmakingtime.com/clayton-nolte-water-physics-clarifications-mysteries/

Over the last 10 years, the market has been deluged with information about water – some false, some true – in order to address increasing public interest and concern. It’s Rainmaking Time!® has produced 8 segments on water since 2004. It’s an exciting (and confusing) time for consumers seeking information about water. Some of it has been known for the last 50 years and has been kept out of the public light. Clayton Nolte, the founder of Natural Action Water ( see his web site www.naturalactionwater.com  ) to talk about some of the most important aspects of water that have come to his attention. As a former military man with a classified clearance, Clayton Nolte has had a unique chance to learn about water with a massive budget to do research and development.

This segment touches on many aspects of water, including ionization, water frequency and composition, praying over and thanking water, water pH, machines, pipes, and devices, its molecular structure, how it gets into our cells, and so much more. If you’re interested in learning more about water and the energetic needs of body, join us with Clayton Nolte for this wonderful opportunity!

http://itsrainmakingtime.com/timothy-hickey-friends-water/

As public fear of water shortages looms, it is clear that we must learn to manage water supplies responsibly. Our recent interview with Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network educated us about the risks and results of water fluoridation. But fluoride isn’t the only compound added to our municipal water supplies; what other contaminants exist in our water, and what can we do about them? Timothy Hickey is the founder of Friends of Water, an organization dedicated to saving, filtering, and celebrating water. In this interview, we discuss the difference between chlorine and chloramine, the health risks associated with chemical additives in water supplies, the various categories of contaminants, and available products for treating and filtering water. Join us with Timothy Hickey as we give this vital natural resource the attention it deserves.

http://itsrainmakingtime.com/water-industry-panel-water-composition-frequency/

I went in way over my head to deliver this segment, which features five water industry frontrunners: Bill Cox from Primary Water Associates (see web site: http://www.primarywater.com/   ), renowned international dowser and primary water locator; John Evans from Alaska Giant (see this you tube about his process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXGqJbFZzCo  ), a microbiologist and scientist who pioneered a way to stimulate the soil with little to no fertilizer; Paul Veraccia, who has spent thirty years in the drinking water filtration industry and business; Manfred Bower, the owner of Sante Natural Products ( see this web site:   http://www.santewater.com/    ), who brings us research and the science of spin on water; and Mikael Lundt of Nordic Living Water Systems ( see this web site:  https://www.alivewater.com/    ).

The vast knowledge and dedication expressed by these individuals is presented.

There is so much confusion about water purity that it is hard to discern fact from fiction. Water is either alive or dead. It is not necessarily alive simply because it has been “purified”. Base level purification of water does not translate into a complete purification at a frequency level of composition. They are as distinct from each other as the Earth is from the sun.

Sadly, there is no scientific or political agreement about what constitutes the chemical quality of fresh water. It is also true that drinking enough of the right kind of water at a compositional level can contribute to major health improvements.

As Dr. Ludwig explains,

“What few humans know is the following fact: detrimental, poisonously charged, burdened water – as we have today in our wells and municipal water supplies, rivers, lakes, underground water, etc. – is often polluted with substances such as lead, cadmium and an impressive variety of other detrimental substances from households, agriculture and industry. All of this water can be chemically treated with the purpose of purifying the water and eliminating bacteria, etc.; but after the water treatment has “purified” the water, as far as the “science of yesterday” is concerned, leading edge scientists know that water still carries certain electrical frequencies, oscillations in specific frequency bands (wavelengths). By further analyses, these can be tracked precisely to those detrimental substances which were detected in the water before treatment.”

http://itsrainmakingtime.com/mj-pangman-new-science-water/

Co-Author of book called ‘Dancing With Water-The New Science of Water’ is M J Pangman, who has researched much about structure of water and hexagonal water.

http://www.dancingwithwater.com/the-new-science-of-water/what-is-structured-water/

The only way many of the properties of water can be explained is by understanding that water has a unique molecular structure. Certain circumstances, discussed in detail in the book, Dancing with Water, encourage water to form a repeating, geometric, molecular pattern where water becomes a liquid crystal.  This video is from a lecture given by MJ Pangman in 2011 – on understanding the liquid crystalline state of water.


31. Hydrogen Bonding Angle Water - John Ellis

John Ellis, founder of John Ellis water ( see his web site-http://johnelliswater.com/  ) and he is an alumnus of The Choate School and Lafayette College, where he earned an engineering degree in steam plant design. He went on to work at Douglas Aerospace and later Honeywell, where he developed his patented technology for recycling, energizing, and distilling water. This interview outlines his discovery about hydrogen bonding and changing the angle of water.