Water > H2O?
I caught the tail end of a BBC feature on a study that may lend more credence to the 'power of water' in homeopathy. Wasn't listening enough to catch the name, so started looking online. BBC was probably referring to Pollack's work
on creating and using structure in water. That's plenty surprising.
While wandering, I slipped into this Facebook page
from a water-based religion.
Most mystical hippieshit runs right past me, along with Sport and Gambling. No connection at all with those topics. Don't know, don't care, don't need to know.
This water-worship has a lot of uninteresting mystical shit as well, but its main point HALTED ME IN MY TRACKS.
"Water carries our thoughts and prayers. As you are water yourself, no matter where you are, your prayers will be carried to the rest of the world."
If you want a tangible and appreciable representation of God, you can't beat water.
Maybe it's just because I was already thinking
about the middle-class springs and spas that were all over the Midwest until the Panic of '93 slapped down the middle-class. These springs had an appeal that went beyond their shabby hotels and pergolas.
These three 'non-traditional' approaches come from different angles and undoubtedly miss part of the truth, but all converge on the sense that water > water.
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