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Moshe
03-01-2012, 09:49 PM
In this video, I discuss and display the amazing water vortexer that I designed, which allows water to be continuously charged and vitalized by having it swirling in a vortex. Great for healing and charging water for the joe cell and moe-joe cell, and for alchemical processes, this video demonstrates the first version of "Moshe's Swirler," which was not able to sustain a vortex, and the second, which does sustain a beautiful vortex.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOHbm7r_irA

ghetto alchemist
03-03-2012, 05:32 AM
Great Video Moshe, thanks for posting it up here.
I love this seeing this stuff, and hope for more in the future.

After charging, does the surface tension of the water increase as it does with the water in the moe joe cell?
And do you have any equipment to take measurements of the water...eg ppm meter, ORP meter or Specific gravity?

It would be great to quantify how water changes after being charged, and how much time in charging to bring about any beneficial changes etc.

I remember that someone from the joe cell forums posted measurements from a ppm meter and mentioned that the ppm increased consistent with the physical changes in the charged water. I always wanted to try myself, but I have never been able to justify the price of the stainless steel to make my own joe cell to give it a try. This charger looks like it might be a far cheaper replacement if it can replicate the same effects on water.

Anyway, thanks again for posting.

Regards
G Alchemist

Moshe
03-03-2012, 04:15 PM
Great Video Moshe, thanks for posting it up here.
I love this seeing this stuff, and hope for more in the future.
After charging, does the surface tension of the water increase as it does with the water in the moe joe cell?

Ghetto Alchemist,

thank you for asking this! I hadn't even thought to check.

The MOST surface tension I have seen is with the moe-joe cell.
Some folks believe the joe cell and moe-joe cells are creating "heavy" water. I am not certain about that,
but the surface of the water becomes like jelly in the joe cell.

Please check out this video of the Moe-Joe Surface tension - you will see, as I dip the spoon into the water,
that the entire surface responds, both when the spoon goes in and when it comes out.
Also, note the jelly-like consistency of the water. It is a little tough to see, but if you watch closely, you will catch it.


http://www.moe-joe-working.com/Moe-Joe-Cell/moe-joe_surface_tension2.MOV

and


http://www.moe-joe-working.com/Moe-Joe-Cell/moe-joe_surface_tension.MOV

So then I went and took a short video of comparing water from the Pi-Mag Nikken filter that hasn't been Vortexed, with water
that has been vortexed for 2 days. There is a noticeable difference... hope it comes out clearly in the video.


http://www.nutopia.cc/Files/water-surface-tension-test.mp4



And do you have any equipment to take measurements of the water...eg ppm meter, ORP meter or Specific gravity?

No, I don't.
I have tried a couple of different sensors... one was makeshift, involving capacitors and semi-conductors.
I *thought* it measured an increase around the cells.
Another was a radiation detector, which was supposed to pick up the orgone field.
It didn't.

my personal sense has been my guide.



It would be great to quantify how water changes after being charged, and how much time in charging to bring about any beneficial changes etc.

I agree.
Which sensor do you recommend the most for the charged water?



I remember that someone from the joe cell forums posted measurements from a ppm meter and mentioned that the ppm increased consistent with the physical changes in the charged water. I always wanted to try myself, but I have never been able to justify the price of the stainless steel to make my own joe cell to give it a try. This charger looks like it might be a far cheaper replacement if it can replicate the same effects on water.
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ghetto alchemist
03-04-2012, 07:31 PM
wow, that was a quick response moshe. thanks

I can see that there is a little bit more surface tension, in the charged water, but as you say it is not quite as impressive as the moe joe cell water..

If you ever want to take electronic measurements, then I would recommend getting a ppm meter from ebay. I paid about $40 AUD for one, they measure the electrical conductivity of the water. They are usually used for hydroponics, but I bought mine for taking readings while brewing home made alcohol. Just in case you're interested in either of those things you may decide to get one.

Also you can measure specific gravity of water by making your own hydrometer out of a drinking straw and plasticine. I used an old hypodermic syringe and some steel washers for mine (I made mine for home alcohol brewing).
But I'm not even sure whether or not charged water would even have a different specific gravity.

Regards
G Alchemist
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Moshe
03-10-2012, 03:53 AM
Hi folks,
I just posted this in another thread, and then realized how apropos the video I just is for this thread -
Check out my new water vortexer / swirler - to charge water.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOHbm7r_irA

One important addendum to this video - this page is a reference which states the following, that I agree with:
http://www.magnetage.com/Magnetized_Water.html
The NORTH poles of the magnets should be facing inward.
the little plexiglass vortexer (http://www.quantumbalancing.com/vortex_magnetizer.htm) that I had bought had the magnets set up with alternating poles, which I thought was right, but I see now is incorrect to charge water. I originally copied it, but something felt off.
Reading this post, and being led to the above website, I see now that we want all north poles facing in. We also get some scalar waves with all those same poles facing inward.
When I drank the water that I had charged in the swirler when the magnets were alternating poles facing in, at first was very energizing, but then, I began to feel too revved up and not peaceful, like on caffeine or something.
Now, with the north poles inward, the water is even better. I'd say it is now where it is supposed to be.
I will report more when more info is brought forward.
Also, as stated on the above website, Ghetto Alchemist,
the north poles create more hard water - more surface tension.


Davis and Rawls discovered that the surface tension of North pole magnetized water is greater (making it a harder water), there is an increase in hydrogen ion activity, and a reduction of oxygen and dissolved nitrogen levels.

I'll let her run for a while and shoot another short video of the surface tension.