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Structured Water Using Spooky2 Scalar

One of the coolest tests you can do with the Spooky2 Scalar has to do with structured water. This is something almost anyone can easily discern a change happening using their own senses.

To perform this test, you will need a source of water (preferably not already structured) like bottled water.

Pour out roughly 4 ounces (1/2 a cup) of water from your chosen source into two cups. They do not have to be glass or made out of anything special.

Place one of the cups on the output coil located on the transmitter box. Fire up the Spooky2 Scalar and tune it accordingly. Make sure to stay out of the field for this test. This is to ensure all the power of scalar is being dedicated to structuring the water. Leave the water for up to 3 minutes. Also, ensure that you turn off the LED indicator on the receiver box after you are done tuning.

Now retrieve the cup of water. Take a taste of the original water from your untreated cup. Note the taste. Then take a taste of the water after having been on the output plate. You should note that the water now tastes sweeter and more pleasant.

Feel free to re-sample from both cups. You may now note the water from the bottle that was not structured taste stale and old.

Feel free to try it with water from other sources as well.

Results from my testing are as follows for those who like extra details.

I used 4 cups of water each containing 4 ounces, as I wanted to test more aspects.

3 cups were from a jug of distilled water. 1 cup was from my tap which has another means of structuring water already installed.

Cup #1 was my basis for untreated distilled water and tasted a bit acidic from the start.

Cup #2 was structured on the output coil (transmitter) for roughly 3 minutes. The results were very apparent, having a very sweet taste. Almost reminiscent of Egyptian licorice tea, just not as intense.

Cup #3 I attempted to structure on the input coil (receiver) for roughly 3 minutes. I wanted to determine if this coil had the same ability. Theory suggests it would not. The results were that the water did not taste sweet or show any other signs of change in taste. If anything it became more apparent that the original distilled water tasted stale and acidic after having sampled cup #2 a few times.

Theory suggests that the water on the input coil would only color the scalar field with the aspects of its energetics. This test suggests that this holds true.

You will also note that the LED indicator on the receiver box does not go out when you place water on this coil. This is an indication that it is not absorbing any of the scalar field, but rather doing what it should — adding its information to the field.

Cup #4 was already structured via the opposing vortices method. After 3 minutes on the output coil (transmitter) I registered no change in the quality of water vs. additional water straight from my tap.

The use of a more quantified measurement would be nice, and should I ever acquire a GDV, will take those measurements. For now, using one’s own body to sense what has changed is still a very powerful test.

Authored by Jeff Kaczor

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