Water Memory Theory

We have touched on the  theory known as Stone Tape Theory, where the argument exists that natural materials such as stone, limestone, silica, quartz, and iron oxide have the capability to not only capture,  but retain energies from the living world around them.  If  we are to believe this theory to be plausible, it only answers part of the equation. If these materials can capture and hold “energetic memories” and provide a possible reason for location hauntings,  what could be the trigger for releasing this energy?  Is this when we experience paranormal activity at certain locations ?  What makes the limestone of  Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum give up it’s secrets?  There is an extension of the Stone Tape theory known as Water Memory.  The stone may be but part of the equation.  Rocks,  stones, and minerals all contain ancient water molecules.  What if it’s not the stone,  but this ancient water deep inside these minerals that is actually capturing and recording these events, only to disperse the energy and the connected memory when the water slowly evaporates?  There are several theories that water can absorb and change when exposed to expressive energy,  traumatic or blissful.  In the late 1990s, Dr. Masaru Emoto conducted some fascinating studies called Messages in Water.  Dr. Emoto took a single drop of water from different sources,  a pond,  a well,  tap water, glacier water,  and subjected these drops to different stimuli.  One was blessed by a monk.  One was told loving and caring thoughts. Then others were cursed at,  told hateful things and verbally abused.  ( Yes, water drops were verbally abused. )  Then these drops were frozen.  When viewed under a microscope, the drops that were blessed produced stunning and symmetrical ice crystals. The abused ones became misshapen and irregular and sometimes discolored.  Ok, back to the paranormal. People are 70% water. Think about what happened to a single drop of water. A single drop. Our bodies can manifest physical and physiological change when certain stimuli triggers a memory. War torn soldiers suffer every time they hear an unexpected bang or a car backfires.  Mothers instantly respond to a baby’s cry.  Why not, under certain circumstances, couldn’t the water molecules within stone somehow react and release their  stories?  Could it be  that as this water slowly disperses, the energy and stories from the living disperse as well?  Could it be the reason we rarely experience ancient ghosts?  While places such as Stonehenge and the the Mayan ruins are truly spiritual,  Have you ever heard of a ghost of a roman soldier or Neolithic Man? Do our spirits fade into the Great Collective?  With every theory comes even more questions.         I hope,  as we,  a society, delve ever deeper into what is considered  “paranormal”,  we can find more answers.     please visit my website to read more stories of the paranormal kittyjanusz.com                              100_0208                                 cells in a penitentiary                          Brompton Cemetery