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## Nanometer-Scale Light Source Is First To Show Single-Molecule Electroluminescence from http://www.asc-alchemy.com/alchemicalhomeopathy.html

Date: Posted 8/13/2002 ; Source: Georgia Institute Of Technology (http://gtresearchnews.gatech.edu/)

Using photon emissions from individual molecules of silver, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created what may be the world’s smallest electroluminescent light source. Believed to be the first demonstration of electroluminescence from individual molecules, the work could lead to new types of nanometer-scale optical interconnects, high-resolution optical microscopy, nanometer scale lithography and other applications that require very small light sources. And because single molecules are known to emit one photon at a time, the technique could ultimately be the basis for high-efficiency quantum information processing and cryptography.

Though the effect was first reported in silver clusters composed of 2-8 atoms, the researchers also demonstrated electroluminescence in similarly prepared copper clusters, suggesting the effect may broadly apply to other metals. [ASC. note: it does, gold demomstrates electroluminescence] Details of the research were reported in the August 6 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

“This is the first time that anyone has seen electroluminescence from individual molecules,” said Robert Dickson, assistant professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Chemistry and Biochemistry. “What we have observed involves sub-nanometer scale sources to which an electric field is applied. These molecules emit very strongly, and are very robust.”

Dickson and collaborators Tae-Hee Lee and Jose Gonzalez began with thin films of silver oxide that are not electroluminescent. By exposing the film to electrical current of approximately one amp, they “activated” some of the silver oxide molecules, which then appeared within “discolored” regions in the film. When electrodes were attached to the film and an alternating current applied, a thin line of silver clusters began to emit light in colors that varied depending on the size of the clusters. The system operated at room temperature.

“When you zoom in more closely, you can see the emissions coming from single molecules,” said Dickson. “They blink and have dipole emission patterns. You see an incredibly thin line of emissive species close to the middle of the sample.”

Electroluminescence occurs when an electron recombines with a positively charged molecule from which a single electron has been removed to create an electron-hole pair. First, an electron is removed from a molecule, creating a positive charge. Then, an electron is quickly injected into a different state of the same molecule. Because of the charge differences, the electron is attracted to the hole, and when they recombine, a photon is released.

While normally stimulated by applying direct current (DC), the Georgia Tech group observed a dramatically enhanced response from high frequency alternating current (AC).

While DC voltage produced electroluminescence in the activated silver clusters, Dickson and his colleagues found that high frequency AC voltage — above 150 megahertz — produced a response as much as 10,000 times greater. Dickson believes the AC voltage created rapid recombination within single molecules in a very narrow section of a sample, producing the enhanced response. Bulk materials normally cannot respond quickly enough to the alternating current to enhance the electroluminescence to such a large degree.

The AC current was more efficient than DC current at converting electrical current to light because it injects the electron charge at just the right time, minimizing the amount of energy lost to production of heat. From a practical standpoint, that increases the operating life of the emitting clusters and reduces the amount of current required to produce light, Dickson explained.

“We know that the charge is recombining in the molecules because you can simultaneously measure the electroluminescence and the current, and the peaks are correlated,” he said. “This is an extremely interesting materials system, not only because of the single-molecule electroluminescence, but also because of the resonance we see at relatively high frequencies.”

## Like-Charged Biomolecules Can Attract Each Other from http://www.asc-alchemy.com/alchemicalhomeopathy.html

Like-charged biomolecules can attract each other, in a biophysics phenomenon that has fascinating analogies to superconductivity. Newly obtained insights into biomolecular “like-charge attraction” may eventually help lead to improved treatments for cystic fibrosis, more efficient gene therapy and better water purification. The like-charge phenomenon occurs in “polyelectrolytes,” molecules such as DNA and many proteins that possess an electric charge in a water solution. Under the right conditions, polyelectrolytes of the same type, such as groups of DNA molecules, can attract each other even though each molecule has the same sign of electric charge. Since the late 1960s, researchers have known that like-charge attraction occurs through the actions of “counterions,” small ions also present in the water solution but having the opposite sign of charge as the biomolecule of interest. But they have not been able to pin down the exact details of the phenomenon. To uncover the mechanism behind like-charge attraction, a group of experimenters (led by Gerard Wong, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 217-265-5254) found that counterions organize themselves into columns of charge between the protein rods. Along these ‘columns’, the ions are not uniformly distributed, but rather are organized into frozen “charge density waves.”

Remarkably, these tiny ions cause the comparatively huge actin molecule to twist, by 4 degrees for every building block (monomer) of the protein. This process has parallels to superconductivity, in which lattice distortions (phonons) mediate interactions between pairs of like-charged particles (electrons). In the case of actin, charge particles (ions) mediate attractions between like-charged distorted lattices (twisted actin helix). (Angelini et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, July 22, 2003). In the next experiment, they investigated what kinds of counterions are needed to broker biomolecular attraction. Researchers have long known that doubly charged (divalent) ions can bring together actin proteins and viruses, and triply charged (trivalent) ions can make DNA molecules stick to one another, but monovalent ions cannot generate these effects. Studying different-sized versions of the molecule diamine (a dumbbell-shaped molecule with charged NH3 groups as the “ends” and one or more carbon atoms along the handle) to simulate the transition between divalent and monovalent ion behavior, they found that the most effective diamine counterions for causing rodlike M13 viruses to attract were the smallest ones. These small diamine molecules had a size roughly equal to the “Gouy- Chapman” length, the distance over which its electric charge exerts a significant influence. Nestled on the M13 virus surface, one end of the short diamine molecule neutralizes the virus’s negative charge, while the other end supplies a positive charge that can then draw another M13 virus towards it (Butler et al., Physical Review Letters, 11 July 2003; also see Phys. Rev. Focus, 21 July 2003).

## Spin Cycle: Rotating nuclei share a few moments of inertia, Philip Yam, p. 26, Scientific American, October 1991 from http://www.asc-alchemy.com/alchemicalhomeopathy.html

I Imagine an ice skater twirling about the tip of one of his blades. If he subsequently grabs weights in each outstretched hand, he will change his mass and, hence, his moment of inertia. Intuitively, one would guess that his rotation would be different each time he changes mass. But in the subatomic world, intuitive thinking often proves inadequate. Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory have been finding that rapidly spinning nuclei with different masses have similar–if not exactly the same–moments of inertia. “Something’s going on,” says Frank S. Stephens, a physicist at the Lawrence Berkeley lab, “and for reasons we don’t understand yet.”

A spinning nucleus results from an off-center collision between two nuclei that fuse to form a rapidly spinning, elongated body. The deformed nucleus can take the shape of an American football, a doorknob or possibly even a banana, depending on the collision energy and the nuclei. In a typically deformed nucleus, the long axis exceeds the two short axes by about a factor of 1.3. Nuclei whose long axis is about twice that of its short ones are called superdeformed.

It is in these superdeformed nuclei that curious goings-on have taken place. A spinning, superdeformed nucleus slows down in discrete steps, each time emitting gamma rays, or highly energetic photons. The emissions produce a characteristic band of energy spikes, all spaced equally apart.

The surprise: the spectra of some different superdeformed nuclei were almost identical.

In other words, it doesn’t matter how many weights the figure skater holds. The nuclei had similar moments of inertia and were losing angular momentum in the same steps. Adding a couple of neutrons to an element might not do anything to the moment of inertia.

The phenomenon was first noticed in 1989, when Peter J. Twin, now at the University of Liverpool, reported identical bands in dysprosium and terbium isotopes. These nuclei consist of about 150 nucleons (protons and neutrons). Since then, researchers from Lawrence Berkeley and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have discovered many other similar bands, especially in nuclei in the mass 190 region, such as mercury, thallium and their isotopes. “These bands introduce features that are new to the study of nuclei,” says Richard M. Diamond, one of Stephens’s collaborators.

Why the nuclei have similar, if not identical, rotational inertias is not well understood. “In general, one expects variation of the moment of inertia with mass,” says Richard R. Chasman, a physicist at the Argonne National Laboratory. Other factors, such as the shape of the nucleus, should “make changes that are bigger than what we are observing,” Stephens says. Conceivably, the superdeformed nucleus could be so stable that the angular momentum of the additional nucleons does not affect the gamma ray spectra. Still, a full explanation “is pretty obscure at this point,” Chasman notes.

Although the similar moments of inertia are astonishing in themselves, the spectra surprised the investigators in another way. The position of the peaks in the different bands coincided. The alignment implies that an additional nucleon adds angular momentum in integer or half integer, or quantized, units “The particle could have added any amount of angular momentum,” Stephens says, adding that in fact “there’s no reason it should be quantized.”

A partial explanation for the quantum sized spin alignment may involve a concept called pseudospin. Nuclei can be considered to have shells, or bunchings of energy levels, that protons and neutrons fill up, much the way electron fill up orbitals of atoms. In the spinning nucleus, the shells spread out, resulting in a reorganization of some nucleons into partial, or pseudo, shells. The intrinsic spins of the nucleons end up pointing along the rotation axis of the superdeformed nucleus. “It doesn’t explain every thing,” Stephens remarks, “but most researchers think that pseudo spin has to be involved in some way.. Other investigators have proposed that the extra nucleons add no angular momentum whatsoever. Zero, after all, is an integer. But why additional particle would not add any spin is also hard to explain.

Answers to these puzzling phenomena may depend on more sensitive instruments, ones able to tease more information out of the superdeformed nuclei. Such a detector, called Gammasphere, is scheduled to start operating at Lawrence Berkeley early in 1993. The formidably named device will be able to detect gamma rays 100 times weaker than current instruments.

In the meantime, physicists are trying to come up with a single theory to account for all the observed mysteries. “We’re at a nice stage right now,” Stephens says. “There are a lot of ideas on the market.” -Philip Yam

## A new kind of alchemy , 16 April 2005, New Scientist Print Edition. Philip Ball from http://www.asc-alchemy.com/alchemicalhomeopathy.html

LET’S hear it for Dimitri Mendeleev. His periodic table has done a remarkable job of making sense of the elements, arranging them neatly into families whose members share similar properties. For more than a century it has been chemists’ guiding light. But Mendeleev’s classic layout is starting to prove inadequate at describing the unexpected ways in which chemical elements behave when divvied up into small chunks. And now some chemists think it may be time to build a whole new table, this time from something much stranger than atoms: superatoms.

According to Mendeleev’s roll call, an element’s chemistry can be deduced from where it sits in the periodic table. Reactive metals like sodium and calcium occupy the two columns on the left. The inert “noble” gases make up the column on the far right, flanked by typical non-metals such as chlorine and sulphur. Now this neat picture is being disrupted by superatoms – clusters of atoms of a particular chemical element that can take on the properties of entirely different elements. The chemical behaviour can be altered, sometimes drastically, by the addition of just one extra atom. “We can take one element and have it mimic several different elements in the periodic table,” says Welford Castleman, an inorganic chemist at Pennsylvania State University who has studied the chemistry of aluminium superatoms.

It is a finding that is challenging our entire understanding of chemical reactivity. Adding superatoms to the periodic table would transform it from a flatland to a three-dimensional landscape in which each element is drawn out into a series of super-elements. Superatoms could have practical uses too: they could be combined into super-molecules to make new materials. And their unusual chemistry could be harnessed to make efficient fuels. According to conventional thinking, the chemical properties of an atom depend on the way the electrons orbiting its nucleus are arranged in a series of shells. This in turn is determined by the number of electrons it possesses – just one in the case of hydrogen, for example, but up to 92 for an atom of the heavy metal uranium. The structure of the periodic table is explained by the gradual filling of the shells. Atoms with completely filled shells – the noble gases, such as helium, argon and xenon – are particularly unreactive. The most reactive elements are often those with atoms that are just one electron short of a filled shell and so occupy the column next to the noble gases in the periodic table, or those with one electron too many, which make up the left-most column of the table.

This simple picture was thrown into disarray in the early 1980s, when evidence started appearing that clusters of atoms of one element could behave like another. Thomas Upton at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena discovered that clusters of six aluminium atoms could catalyse the splitting of hydrogen molecules in much the same way as ruthenium, a metal used as a catalyst in the chemical industry. This quickly led to thoughts of extending the periodic table. “Some of us started giving talks with Mendeleev in the title,” recalls Robert Whetten, a cluster chemist at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. What was so special about these six-atom clusters? Research carried out around the same time by Walter Knight and his colleagues at the University of California, Berkeley, on another type of cluster started to provide some clues. Knight’s team was working with a cool gas of sodium atoms and noticed clusters of atoms condensing out of the gas, rather like water droplets in a steamy room. Close inspection led to an unexpected discovery: rather than being made up of random numbers of atoms, the clusters mostly contained 8, 20, 40, 58 or 92 atoms. But why these numbers over others?

Atomic alter ego

Knight and his colleagues suspected it was down to the arrangement of electrons in the clusters. In a large lump of any metal, including sodium, some of each atom’s electrons are free to move through the solid lattice. That’s why metals conduct electricity. But Knight suspected that if these electrons are confined to a small number of atoms they might behave differently. To find out more, he borrowed a model used in nuclear physics and applied it to the cluster of atoms. Known as the “jellium” model, it treats the cluster of atoms as though they were a blob of jelly. Inside the blob, one electron from each sodium atom becomes free to roam through the blob. According to Knight’s calculations, the electrons in the blob arrange themselves in shells, just as the electrons of a single atom do, making the cluster behave as a giant atom. And when his team calculated the number of electrons that would make complete shells in a jellium cluster, the answer turned out to be 8, 20, 40 and so on. Since each sodium atom contributes one electron to the jelly, this explains why sodium clusters tended to be made of 8, 20 and 40 atoms. Clusters of this size can be thought of as the superatom counterparts of the noble gases, because their jellium electron shells are completely filled.

Knight’s jellium model explains why stable clusters form. But could it explain why clusters of one element mimic another as Upton had found? Fast-forward to the mid-1990s, when Castleman was investigating what happens when oxygen reacts with aluminium cluster-ions – clusters that had been given an extra electron. Castleman saw the oxygen stripping away aluminium atoms from the clusters one at a time, steadily shrinking them down to nothing as the reaction progressed. “We can take one element and have it mimic several different elements in the periodic table”

But when he did the experiment with clusters of various sizes, he noticed that the reaction would suddenly stop, leaving behind a depleted cluster. When he looked more closely, he found that the leftover clusters contained 13, 23 and 37 aluminium atoms. It seemed that there was something about these clusters that made them unwilling to react with oxygen.

To understand what that was, Castleman and his colleagues turned to the jellium model and used it to calculate the arrangement of electrons in the Al13, Al23 and Al37 clusters. They found something similar to what Knight had seen in sodium clusters. Aluminium cluster-ions made of 13, 23 and 37 atoms – plus an extra electron – have just the right number of electrons to form closed electron shells. In effect, aluminium cluster ions with this number of atoms behave more like a noble gas than aluminium, at least as far as the reaction with oxygen is concerned. The numbers are different from the numbers in Knight’s clusters because aluminium atoms contribute more electrons to the jelly than sodium does. Castleman then wondered what would happen if he removed the extra electron from the clusters. Elements with one electron fewer than the noble gases are the halogens – fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine – which are highly reactive. Sure enough, his team found that if they removed an electron, the neutral Al13 clusters underwent the same chemical reactions as the halogens. What’s more, they found that Al13 cluster-ions, with their extra electron, behave much like the bromide ions that form when bromine atoms gain an electron. So it certainly looks as if aluminium, which is a typical metal, can be made to behave like a classic non-metal if it is in superatom form.

How far does the similarity go? To test the chemistry of the aluminium superatom, Castleman’s team investigated how it reacts with a halogen molecule such as iodine. Bromide ions are known to stick to iodine gas molecules to create BrI2- ions. Similarly, iodine ions latch onto iodine molecules to form tri-iodide ions, I3-, and further iodine molecules can then be added to create I5- and I7-. Castleman thought that if Al13 cluster-ions really do mimic halide ions, then they should undergo the same reaction too. So his group tried it. Sure enough, they found that they could make Al13I2- and Al13I4-. It certainly looked promising. “We then started to work with other aluminium clusters,” says Castleman, and that’s when they discovered that they could get aluminium to mimic another element too. In reactions with iodine gas, they found that a cluster of 14 aluminium atoms behaves like an alkaline earth metal, the family in the second column of the periodic table that includes calcium and magnesium.

Scouring for superatoms

These discoveries have prompted Castleman and his colleagues to scour the periodic table for more superatoms. So far, they have found hints that the chemical reactivity of clusters combining vanadium and oxygen atoms changes dramatically with the number of atoms in the cluster.

But curiosity aside, what’s the point? What can be gained from making a compound with a superatom mimicking an element like bromine, rather than with bromine itself? One answer is that superatoms could provide entirely new types of material, including “expanded” crystals. In a solid such as sodium chloride, the atoms are stacked together like oranges in a market display. In an expanded crystal, the atoms would be replaced by a stack of giant superatoms.

Expanded crystals could have useful properties. In the early 1990s, it was discovered that the superconducting properties of carbon-60 crystals doped with metal ions could be maintained at ever higher temperatures by squeezing larger and larger ions into the crystal lattice. Even so, the temperature at which the material ceased to act as a superconductor was still not very high – and was certainly a long way from the room-temperature superconductivity that researchers would love to achieve. Perhaps superatoms could hold the answer here and in related applications. Shiv Khanna, a physicist at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond who works with Castleman, hopes that replacing iodine in conducting polymers with aluminium superatoms could improve their conductivity.

Not all researchers share his optimism. “There is scepticism, mostly expressed by physicists and theorists, that a crystalline material composed of large aluminium clusters could ever be achieved,” Whetten admits. “But my opinion is that one of these projects will eventually succeed.” Castleman is confident that chemists’ ingenuity will win through. “Physicists lack appreciation for the immense variety of chemical approaches to synthesising new materials,” he says. He looks forward to being able to use clusters to build materials with tailor-made properties.

Another of the hopes for superatoms is that they could be used to disguise an element’s normal chemistry. Aluminium could be a useful additive to solid fuels because it releases huge amounts of energy when it burns. But there is a problem: fine aluminium power is so reactive that the grains often oxidise before they even reach the ignition chamber, making them useless for boosting fuel. Castleman thinks the solution might lie with noble-gas-like Al13 cluster-ions, which do not react with oxygen. His plan is to combine them with some kind of combustible organic molecule and mix the resulting compound with the fuel. “It would be totally stable,” he says, “until a flame kicks out the extra electron.” At that moment, the cluster’s disguise would fall away, returning it to its reactive neutral form.

The idea “is just getting started”, Castleman says, and he cautions that he doesn’t know yet if it will work. But it is looking promising enough to have attracted the US air force, which is funding him to do further research. Applications like these are not the main point, however, at least as far as chemists are concerned. For them, superatoms could provide a means to change something they had previously accepted as given: the chemical properties of the elements. Now they are on the verge of being able to control and alter the way the elements react. It is a kind of alchemy, but it has no need of magic. All you have to do is count the right number of atoms.

## Chrysalis 8 from http://www.asc-alchemy.com/chrys8.html

The Ascension Process entails a change in the geometric forms that organize our cellular bio-water: a biological embodying of a new teaching of the Language of Light.

Dr. Fritz Popp discovered a most important function highly organized water plays in the body. He found that our DNA codes are transmitted to messenger RNA by the emission of mini ultraviolet light bursts. The mechanism for this ultraviolet light transmission of DNA codes are geometrically structured water molecules. Sacred geometry indeed! Most important; it is via the medium of geometrically structured bio-water that the information encoded in your DNA is presently being transmitted.

“Dr. Vladimir Poponin and his Russian colleagues serendipitously discovered the DNA phantom effect during experiments observing DNA molecules with a laser photon correlation spectrometer. To their surprise, they found characteristic and reproducible patterns of photon scattering both while DNA molecules remained in the path of the laser beam and after the DNA molecules were removed from the laser pathway. They were able to detect the photon patterns (which they called the DNA phantom effect) for as long as several months after removal of the physical DNA from the system. They realized they had demonstrated a link – or coupling – between the electromagnetic energy of the DNA molecule and the zero energy vacuum substructure predicted by quantum physics.”

[It’s interesting to note that the early attempts to create molecular dynamics of models of DNA failed because repulsive forces between the negatively charged phosphate groups in the DNA backbone cause the molecule to break up after only 50 picoseconds of real time. Howeverr Levitt and Miriam Hirshberg showed, in the 1980’s that when water molecules were included, the DNA double-helical structure was stabilised by the water molecules forming hydrogen bonds with the phosphate groups. Subsequent simulations showed that water interacts with nearly every part of the DNA’s double helix, including the base pairs.]

The non replicating DNA, your future DNA, is being activated in many of you now.. Higher dimensional technologies using external forms of sacred geometry, etc. can all assist that awakening of your DNA codes and of your consciousness. However, in order for that awakened DNA to replicate to RNA – to manifest a new kind of being, a new lighter form of you here – that necessitates a biological sacred geometry that’s embodied in every cell, that’s flowing through your very blood. These newly programmed amino acids will be the building blocks that create a new you.

The medium of transmission for these new DNA instructions needs to be of a new order of sacred geometry. The old forms of pentagonal, and hexagonal clustered bio-water can be elevated as we step into our next evolutionary exploration. Chrysalis 8 encodes your cellular bio-water with new geometric forms, a higher octave of the Language of Light.

The future (presently non replicating) DNA codes holding your greater blueprint will now have a bridge to ultimately instruct the amino acids to restructure your present form. Many very real biological, biochemical changes will take place creating a form capable of conducting, holding and radiating more and more light..

Adding Chrysalis 8 to water, while imparting the proper spin, also actually restructures its molecular formation ( 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom), changing the hydrogen bond angle. Changing this angle releases energy (4-40kJ/mole) as pure light, a photon cascade. On Earth it’s due to the directional character of the hydrogen bond angles that complicated molecular structures can be maintained; at the same time these critical bonds permit a rapid structural change. The key to the molecular Language of Light lies in the splitting and regeneration of hydrogen bonds and the angles formed thereby. The bonding electron pairs occupy positions as far from each other as possible, in other words they are arranged tetrahedrally, these enhanced molecular tetrahedrans unite in units of 8, forming millions of highly energized, but stable, double terminated tetrahedrons, or stellar tetrahedrons. Molecular Mer Ka Ba. THESE LIQUID CRYSTALS RETAIN AND CARRY THE LIGHT RELEASED BY THE EXPANDED HYDROGEN BONDS. LITERALLY LIQUID LIGHT.

The tetrahedron and stellar tetrahedron are symbols of the Language of Light holding the resonance of the new frequencies flowing into this universe. Drinking Chrysalis water encodes your cellular biowater with these ” higher” geometric forms that can act as a pathway for your future DNA’s new blueprint.

There are a few places where natural forces and higher dimensional vortices combine to create springs of naturally clustered water with a very high resonance and healing quality. This is primarily due to expanded hydrogen bonds giving off light that is held by the naturally structured water molecules. Natures way of saying “I love you”. Most water, however, as found in nature as well as from various types of filters, is composed of disorganized molecules of H2O moving chaotically. It can be wonderfully structured for a short time by many means: loving beings, crystals, gems, etc. However, the hydrogen bonds soon begin to break between the crystal-like structures, returning the water back to its disorganized state: a kind of liquid entropy. Ascension Alchemy’s water molecules maintain their integrity and proper spin for years.

Water is highly conductive. Positive and negative electrical charges are associated with the 3rd dimension, where bodies are electrical in nature – particularly the brain and nervous system. The Ascension Process also entails gradually losing this electrical polarity or duality. Your body will become increasingly composed of neutrally charged particles. Biologists are becoming aware of the motion of these particles in the nervous system. Your light body ultimately is composed entirely of balanced neutrally charged particles. The significance of increasing the amount of these emerging particles in our bodies is one of the foundations of the new alchemy. Chrysalis 8 molecularly clustered water, resulting in millions of powerful neutrally charged liquid crystal transformers, pulsing out the Language of Light based on their geometric configuration.

Stuart Hameroff and Roger Penrose suggest structured water is involved in consciousness at the cellular level. In “Orchestrated Objective Reduction of Quantum Coherence in Brain Microtubules: The “Orch OR” Model for Consciousness ” they write: “Large scale quantum coherence occurring among tubulins (e.g. via electrons in hydrophobic pockets arrayed in the microtubule lattice, or ordered water within hollow MT cores) could take on aspects of a quantum computer in pre-conscious and sub-conscious modes.”

This unique clustering of the water also causes a large decrease in the surface tension. The tendency of a liquid to spread or to wet solid surfaces is directly related to its surface tension. This is measured in dynes per centimeter.

Note: From here-on we have to question ourselves and the commonly accepted idea of greater hydration- see the preface. It appears to in vitro, in an artifical environment, but may not act the same in the human body. Chrysalis 8 lowers the surface tension but whether that translates to improved nutrient transport and hydration on a cellular level is unknown and can be questioned based on the research done at the Max Planck Institute. The reality of some kind of “memory” held and communicated by the water molecules is however supported by research detailed below.

This decrease in surface tension allows liquids to pass through the cell membrane with greater ease, making nutrients more bio-available and facilitating cellular cleansing and detoxifying. This is a point shared with the standard hexagonically clustered water (the bio-water you were born with), and is why products that form molecular hexagon clusters are most helpful. Two teaspoons of Chrysalis 8 reduces the surface tension of a gallon of water to approximately 49 dynes per centimeter. If the water is allowed to sit the surface tension will drop to approximately 35 dynes. Most filtered and bottled water have a surface tension above 70 dynes per centimeter. Fresh flowing water from mountain streams can measure around 65 dynes. Another quality of the natural healing waters found in sacred places is that of low surface tension and superior wetting properties. The skin of cells is composed of two parts that make up a bi-layer of protein and phospho-lipids. The outer layer has receptors with areantenna-like structures that receive signals from the environment. The interior of the cell has a negative electrical charge. A receptor acts like a switch which permits a positive electrical charge from outside the cell to enter through the cell membrane. This causes an electrical spark, or signal, which causes a vibrational frequency, or electrical ‘signal’ to be generated. These electrical signals affect the proteins of the cell and regulate its functions. So there are receptors and processors and channels to allow environmental stimuli to evoke responses within the cell by changing the shape of the proteins in the membrane. And these cellular receptors are so extremely sensitive that they can detect the presence of a single atom of glucose diluted with enough water to fill a whole harbor at the seacoast.

On a cellular level there are two factors that define aging. One is that the movement of water in and out of our cells slows down, and with it the removal of toxins and transport of nutrients: cell metabolism slows down. The other factor is the decrease in the water content of cells as we age. Research shows that the structured water content in youthful cells is very high. By age 65 most people have lost a significant amount of water from their cells. This is most apparent when looking at youthful hydrated skin, relative to older skin. The same process occurs in the brain (80% water), internal organs, all the body’s tissues. Rejuvenation on a cellular level is re-hydration.

Chrysalis 8 clustered water, with its lower surface tension, life spin, and superior wetting properties, re-hydrates the cells, all the cells, from the inside out.

One of the factors causing fluid build-up may actually be a decrease in the level of clustered water in the cells. This could slow down the movement of water through the cell membranes, allowing it to be retained. Drinking clustured water with a low surface tension may assist in releasing this condition because of the improved intercellular flow of water ( through the cell walls). Chrysalis 8 in juices, herbal teas, soups, etc. lowers the surface tension accordingly, increasing the bio-availability of the herbs and nutrients. In the mid-1990s, quantum physicists Del Giudice and Preparata and other colleagues in University of Milan, in Italy, argued that quantum coherent domains measuring 100nm in diameter could arise in pure water. They show how the collective vibrations of the water molecules in the coherent domain eventually become phase-locked to the fluctuations of the global electromagnetic field. In this way, long-lasting, stable oscillations could be maintained in the water. One way in which ‘memory’ might be stored in water is through the excitation of long-lasting coherent oscillations ….. Interaction of water molecules with other molecules changes the collective structure of water, which would in turn determine the specific coherent oscillations that will develop. The water carries the coherent oscillations that can ‘seed’ other volumes of water on dilution.Thus water has memory. Even filtered water retains memory of pre-filtered chlorine, pollutants, etc. Chrysalis 8 “clears” this past negative memory while encoding water with these higher forms of sacred geometry. First in the gallon bottle (or smaller glass), but more to the point in your body, in your bio-water. Concurrently these new molecular formations act as a medium of translation for higher vibrational DNA codes that have not been replicating to RNA. The mechanism for translating the properties of Chrysalis 8 from the relatively small bottle to the biological/biochemical changes we speak of is also elegantly explained by Dr. Nikolai A. Kozyrev’s work. Dr. Kozyrev was a Russian scientist (1908-1983) whose work, again, points out the scientific basis for the memory of water. In 1984, Dankachov did experiments utilizing one of the basic torsion-wave creating processes developed by Dr. Kozyrev to cause the measured viscosity or thickness of water to decrease (in other words lowering the surface tension, one of the actions of Chrysalis 8). Then, the treated water is placed in another container of water, and the new water’s viscosity will then decrease just like the original treated water.

Other experiments, such as those of Jacques Beneviste, show that this “memory of water” effect is able to carry over into chemical effects as well, where torsion-wave generators are used to excite water with a certain chemical compound in it. Then, that compound can be energetically transferred to a sealed container of pure water, and the sealed water will acquire the same chemical characteristics as the original. Benveniste explains this by pointing out that all biological reactions occur in water. The water molecules completely surround every other molecule placed among them. A single protein molecule, for example, will be surrounded by at least 10,000 water molecules. Benveniste believes water molecules are the agents that in fact relay and amplify the biological signal coming from the original molecule. From the bottle of Chrysalis 8 to your gallon jug of water to your biowater to your blood effecting not only rehydration and cellular cleansing (which is really lowering surface tension in the cellular biowater) for optimum health but also acting as a medium of translation for the higher vibrational ‘future’ DNA codes.

Nobel prize winner Dr. Alexis Carrol pronounced, ” The cell is immortal. It is merely the fluid in which it floats which degenerates. Renew this fluid at intervals, give the cells what they require for nutrition and, as far as we know, the pulsation of life may go on forever.”

Chrysalis 8 renews this clustered cellular fluid; more importantly, the geometric Language of Light speaks to the cells, to the DNA, awakening and igniting the biological reality of the Ascension Process.


Note: There is a tendency for companies to jump on whatever seems “hot” and add these substances to their products. Most folks are sincere and honest but in some cases what seems beneficial can actually be quite harmful. This is the case with “heavy water”, some are adding deuterium oxide or deuterium sulfate to there products based on a misinterpretation of research on its effects on DNA.

Deuterium is an isotope of Hydrogen. An isotope is any of two or more forms of an element having the same atomic number but with different weights (mass). Hydrogen has 2 isotopes, Deuterium (stable, i.e. non-radioactive)and Tritium (radioactive). Normal water consists of two parts Hydrogen to one part of Oxygen (H20) while Heavy water consists of two parts of deuterium to one part oxygen. Deuterium (2H) is twice as heavy as Hydrogen (1H). When Deuterium is combined with Oxygen we get Heavy Water. There was a bit of a buzz about it’s effects on cancer and the effect of same on the telerase of the DNA; followed soon after with “new age” products (including water “conditioners” and m-state) containing heavy water/deuterium oxide coming on the market. A drink of D20 will taste almost exactly like H20. However, seeds will not sprout in heavy water. When rats are watered with heavy water, they die of thirst although saturated with water. Deuterium oxide and deuterium sulfate, should, in our opinion, be avoided no matter what direction it is claimed to be spinning. The claim to spin molecules to the right or to the left is often used as a sales ploy but is worth questioning–as in common sense–looks good on paper or a website–in a 2 dimensional world. In 3 dimensions it depends on the direction from which you are looking at the molecules. So, for example, at a scattering angle of 45° you may see 70% of the molecules spinning clockwise while at a deflection angle of 60° the bulk of the molecules might be going counterclockwise. If you continue to observe you would find that rotational preferences changes back and forth from clockwise to counterclockwise in a complicated pattern.

In fact during the ascension process the D2O found naturally in your body, (we all have small amounts particularly in fat deposits), is converted “back” to natural water, H2O, releasing energy. Please read your labels, this is becoming a new age fad; it is a substance to be removed by converting back to healthy water and should certainly not be consumed in any form.