Classical Music and Water

Jeff McKissack gave me a video this past week, and I was so excited by what I found on it, that I had to interrupt my normal posting schedule to bring you a few images from the DVD Water: The Great Mystery. In these pictures, music was played to water, then the water was frozen and its structure photographed under a microscope.

Here is ordinary tap water:

tap water

Here is water that “listened to” Heavy Rock Music:

Rock Water

Note that although the water has crystallized together, the form is fractured and irregular.

Here is water that “listened to” Bach:

[links opens a YouTube video]

Bach Water

to Beethoven:

Beethoven Water

and to Mozart:

Mozart Water

On these three shapes, we see a structure that is both 1) hexagonal and 2) fractal. Hexagonal structures are common in nature for their compactness and “stackability” (think beehives). Fractal structures as a field of mathematics were discovered only recently and are evident everywhere in nature.

Now for those of you who are wondering what effect this has on us, here’s a picture of blood cells before and after drinking structurized water.


blood cells before structurized water

Note how the cells are bound together in little rolls or braids. The technical term for this is hemagglutination and usually occurs in the presence of foreign substances. This is how blood is typed, for example, in the laboratory. From the Nobel prize website:

The agglutinated red cells can clog blood vessels and stop the circulation of the blood to various parts of the body. The agglutinated red blood cells also crack and its contents leak out in the body. The red blood cells contain hemoglobin which becomes toxic when outside the cell. This can have fatal consequences for the patient.

And another sample taken 12 minutes after drinking structurized water:

Blood Cells after structurized water

Here the blood cells are breaking away from their rolls and floating freely.

What does all this mean? I don’t think anyone knows, but for those of you following this blog, be sure to check out the video these pictures were taken from and the work of Dr. Emoto Masaru. Draw your own conclusions but as for me, I’m sticking with the classical music. Our bodies are made mostly of water so it’s better to think that music does have an effect on us, and therefore it makes sense to make wise choices.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Material is copyrighted and may not be rewritten, copied, or republished in any form without explicit written permission. Use the contact page to request permission.

Ready to take the next step? Find out more about private classical piano lessons, private classical singing lessons, private speaking voice lessons, or master classes, by scheduling an interview at no charge and no obligation. I respect your privacy and your email address will not be sold, rented, transferred, added to a list, etc. It will be used only to contact you for schedule changes.