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    does anybody know how to produce GANS of Water?

  • #2
    Per Mike Nashif and the 74th Knowledge seekers workshop, spin your water until it turns sky blue. This is the gans of water. This is in alignment with some of the information that is written by Mr. Keshe in a document on homeopathic medicine that you can purchase from this website.

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    • #3
      many thanks for your answer!
      Could you clarify what you exactly mean with "spin"?
      Do i have to put tab water it in a single reactor (like one of the starformation reactors?) and just spin it with an electrical powered DC Motor?

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      • #4
        Mike did not clarify, but based on Keshe's information/observations, I would say any way that you can. I would start with something like a blender as most people have one of those, some kind of modified setup with a drill might be an alternative, a centrifuge, put it on a meri go round and spin it. Mike indicated a change of state would occur where the color changed to a sky blue, and that this was an indicator that you had water gans. So I would use whatever method you can, and look for a change in the color for verification.

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        • #5
          makes sense to me... many thanks!

          just want to don't waste my time by doing something wrong

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          • #6
            Further info from Mike Nashif on this topic - Use any water you like, spin the water, spin it clockwise. From what I gather this was done in a spinning ball (reactor). Note: No indication of RPMs, time, etc. So as previously stated I would just look to a change of color of the water as an indicator if you have done it correctly. The picture that he showed of the water was a very blue color, where as normal water is very clear and transparent. So if you get something that looks like it has food coloring in it of blue, then you've got it. If it still looks clear/transparent then you don't have it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by arioch View Post
              ...The picture that he showed of the water was a very blue color, where as normal water is very clear and transparent. So if you get something that looks like it has food coloring in it of blue, then you've got it. If it still looks clear/transparent then you don't have it.
              HOW TO MAKE WATER

              https://www.facebook.com/download/16...IF%20water.pdf

              74th Knowledge Seekers Workshop August 13

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KU2d...utu.be&t=3h53m

              Here is the big secret for MAKING THE GANS OF WATER.

              https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...7836786&type=1

              Crop Circles - The Belt, Nr Fairford, Gloucestershire UK 21st July.

              http://forum.keshefoundation.org/for...1602#post41602

              The first day of peace is appointed to be the 21st of June 2015,
              and this day of peace will as well follow on the 21st of July and August.

              http://www.keshefoundation.org/new-h.../peace-roadmap

              Last edited by science2art; 08-15-2015, 08:07 PM.

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              • #8
                thanks to arioch and science2art!

                may you both could take place in the linked conversation as well? PLEASE!
                http://forum.keshefoundation.org/for...ergy-converter

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                • #9
                  The blue water in the picture above is not spinned water alone...
                  If you look at the original caption of that picture (facebook Mike Nashif July 15) it says:

                  "When you add Cold Caustic, about 50/50 mix this is what it looks like after you stir it up: The caustic releases the GANS from the surface of the copper and allows it to float in the water freely."
                  Last edited by adem; 08-16-2015, 10:38 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks to adem for reminding the original caption. I was sure this blue color comes from caustic that has been used to nanocoat copper as I see it each time I do it.

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                    • #11
                      Just wanted to pass along an update from Mike Nashif today, he tried to replicate the gans of water via spinning and was unable to do so. He tried several times and tried to reproduce his original setup but did not get the same results. He mentioned that he was uncertain what the factors were that created the situation that he saw and encouraged people who were replicating to keep track of variables, should they have success so that it could be reported in a diligent fashion.

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                      • #12
                        It seems this direction is not productive and even destructive as it is quite confusing, mixing several ideas into dead ends and detours.

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                        • #13
                          I have 3 containers with caustic water all turning blue. They each have the zinc coated steel rack I use to hold up the copper (which has been trough multiple cycles of nano coating). I also have a ball with distilled water spinning now for about a week and it hasn't changed anything... I have a feeling that you, Mike, may have had some caustic in your water and some nano coating or nano material in the water to cause the reaction.

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                          • #14
                            It seems a lot of research has been done for a long time in Germany regarding the production of healthy water.
                            Gans ? Not yet, but here is a study in french of the Leva-Quell device that spins water in both directions to make one of the best drinking water
                            http://www.eauetsante.fr/images/stor...r_de_l_eau.pdf

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                            • #15
                              In biodynamic farming the stirring or spinning is required for all ferments. Steiner gives the stirring a mystical component and also describes intentions, focus, etc....

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