International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Physics | Switzerland | Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020

The Truth about Water

Ilija Lakicevic [41]

Abstract: Water is life carrier. Water is an entity with its own consciousness which responds to human consciousness. Water is the result of the voidance of two unbalanced and opposed conditions caused by equalizing opposed pressures at static equators. Chemical formula of water is H12O6. Water drops are cellular when warmed above their freezing points, but below that point they become hexagonal crystals to reflect their positions in their cube wave. Water is created underground by activities of the radioactive elements. Only two things have ever be created: water as life carrier and fire as life consumer. There is now Dodeca water on our planet so that each person is allowed to perceive Dodeca water as his own creation - each person can perceive the Dodeca water within his own reality.

Keywords: water, water crystallization, Dodeca water

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020,

Pages: 1294 - 1305

The Truth about Water

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