Underground Lakes May Hold Purest Water

angelburst29

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A series of underground lakes in South Dakota that are absent to any animal life or easily detectable microscopic organisms.

South Dakota's Underground Lakes May Hold Purest Water On Earth
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/wind-cave-national-park-purest-water_55e1c8f0e4b0b7a963393563?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592

WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK, S.D. (AP) — Hundreds of feet beneath the Black Hills, a team of scientists and researchers snake through dark, narrow and silent corridors of ancient rock to reach their goal: what is thought to be some of the purest water on Earth.

The crew of National Park Service scientists that's anchored by microbiologist Hazel Barton travels sporadically to the lowest reaches of South Dakota's Wind Cave National Park to study a series of underground lakes, which were discovered in the 1960s and aren't home to any animal life or even easily detectable microscopic organisms.

To gather the necessary samples, caving experience is crucial: It takes more than two hours for even the most adept cavers to reach Calcite Lake, the nearest body of water. "It's certainly not a route for the inexperienced," according to park service scientist Marc Ohms, who often joins Barton and, by his count, has made over 50 trips.

Because there are so few living things in the lakes' ecosystem, the organisms have to fight for survival. Thus, the bacteria's predatory characteristics could help scientists find new antibiotics, Barton said. Having exhausted other routes, they're turning to exotic environments like big, deep caves for that very reason.
 

1peacelover

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Very interesting.........Check this out. Taken from, "A broken treaty haunts the Black Hills", http://www.lakotadakotanakotanation.org/BrokenTreatyHauntsBLACKHILLS.html


Land, not money

The trouble is, the Sioux don't want the money. In fact because so much time has passed, Gonzalez says Congress would have to reauthorize the payment now if the Sioux decided to take it.

Which they have no intention of doing, says Johnson Holy Rock, an 83-year-old Oglala elder whose father, Jonas, survived the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

"It's a healing place, a nurturing place, for us," Holy Rock, of Pine Ridge, says. "Red Cloud used to say, 'A man almost on the verge of death could go into those hills in the fall and not come out all winter, and when he did finally come out, he'd be fat and robust and saved from starvation and totally healthy.'


Pure water, could healing be one of its possibilities?
 

Pierre

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1peacelover said:
Pure water, could healing be one of its possibilities?

If those healing reports are true, it might be due to the the purity of the water but distillation and/or reverse osmosis can produce water that is quite pure without showing stricking healing properties.

Could it be that this underground water in addition of being pure carries some particular energetic/informational property?
 

angelburst29

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Pierre said:
1peacelover said:
Pure water, could healing be one of its possibilities?

If those healing reports are true, it might be due to the the purity of the water but distillation and/or reverse osmosis can produce water that is quite pure without showing stricking healing properties.

Could it be that this underground water in addition of being pure carries some particular energetic/informational property?

Excellent question? I noticed the article mentioned - no animal life or detectable microscopic organisms but I wonder if there is any mineral content?
 

Renaissance

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It's an interesting topic in relation to the autoimmune thread and parasites. It sounds like the good bacteria in this water was somehow able to become strong enough to kill almost everything else in the water.

The article mentions that they might find new antibiotics and says,

Because there are so few living things in the lakes' ecosystem, the organisms have to fight for survival. Thus, the bacteria's predatory characteristics could help scientists find new antibiotics, Barton said. Having exhausted other routes, they're turning to exotic environments like big, deep caves for that very reason.
 

Thor

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Pierre said:
1peacelover said:
Pure water, could healing be one of its possibilities?

If those healing reports are true, it might be due to the the purity of the water but distillation and/or reverse osmosis can produce water that is quite pure without showing stricking healing properties.

Could it be that this underground water in addition of being pure carries some particular energetic/informational property?

This sounds very likely. If you think of Grander vitalized I have read of studies where seeds were watered with Grander water and the control group were watered with normal tap water. The Grander watered seeds grew to have more biomass faster than the seeds in the control group.

This point to the fact that water can hold information that affects living organisms. As I understand it the Grander activation method is that the water passes through a magnetic field that is imprinted on the water in some way. This could also be going on in the caves.

Another angle on this issue is that of homeopathy, where you can dilute the water to such an extent that there are no molecules of the active ingredient but the patient being treated with the remedy will react as if exposed to the active ingredient itself. As I recall it, Lynne Mactaggart gives a good review of this in The Field.

FWIW
 
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