J. Benveniste was the first to speak about “the memory of water” in 1988. He said that water captures, stores and transmits information (electromagnetic vibration). He compared it to a magnetic tape. He demonstrated that despite the high dilution (10-15 CH up to 10-120!) of an active molecule (virus) in water, it could still act by its electromagnetic signals (EMS: Electromagnetic signal) memorized in the molecular nanostructure of water, whereas it was physically no longer present = this is what they call transduction!
Dr. Jamal Aïssa & Pr. L. Montagnier (Nobel Prize for Medicine) confirmed these discoveries thanks to:
- their in vitro transduction experiment (2014): reconstitution of the DNA sequences of the HIV virus via its electromagnetic “imprint” = EMS (Electromagnetic Signal) of low frequency (between 0 – 20K Hertz) emitted by the DNA (extracted from the plasma HIV-infected person) and transmitted through the molecular nanostructures of water (which bind into “coherence domains” via hydrogen bridges).
- Another in vitro study dating 2016: finding a significant decrease in the intensity of low-frequency EMS that come from the DNA of bacterial plasma (Lyme) in high dynamic aqueous dilutions (10-15 CH)! These EMS are correlated to pathologies and trigger them!