Are we all Qigong masters? First feedback about our Water Structure Intention Experiment

Lynne McTaggart

Last Saturday, April 26, as you know, we ran our historic Water Structure Intention Experiment. People around the world participated, for the first time, in attempting to turn ordinary distilled water into ‘healing’ water by changing its molecular cluster structure.
The scientists from Pennsylvania State University are still busily analyzing the results by studying the results of Raman spectroscopy, will recorded any subtle change in the vibration of the molecule.
Unusual calibrations
Although the scientists are not finished examining their data, they have told me one thing: they’ve seen results they’ve never seen before with their equipment.
One reason it is taking so long is that our water had a great deal of variation an hour before the experiment was run. This could mean that our anticipation of the event began to affect the water. Or it could mean that our hypothesis is wrong.
Or it could mean that with intention, we are emanating an energy like a Qigong master, which is being picked up by the spectroscopy before the event.
One interesting possibility comes from some work the team did with a group of healers.
Dr. Tania Slawecki, one of our Penn State research team told us, their working thesis on the healer’s experiment, as well as our Intention Experiment, is that the structure of water — that is, the arrangement of molecules — plays a more important role than its chemistry in therapeutic applications like homeopathy or ‘imprinted’ water samples from healers.
Qigong grandmaster’s effect
The scientists chose to use Raman spectroscopy because they discovered one published study showing that Qigong Grandmaster called Dr. Yan Xin significantly altered the structure of a water sample, as measured by a Raman spectrometer, when he sent his Qi from a place seven kilometers away from the water sample.
When running this kind of study, scientists will send a laser beam into the sample, while the Qigong master is sending Qi to the water. The laser light is absorbed by the water molecules, depending on how they are energetically configured or arranged, and then reradiated at a different wavelength.
This re-radiation process, as picked up by sensitive CCD cameras and the Raman equipment, says Tania, “gives them information about how the water is structured – the vibrational states of the hydrogen bonds relative to the oxygen in water, for example. These are also known as ‘hydrogen bending modes’.”
If it is significantly altered after the Qigong master sends intention, as it was with Yan Xin, the scientists will know that his intention had an effect on the water.
The Penn State team has used this to study a number of homeopathic solutions, colloidal silver and various kinds of water imprinted by so called resonance devices and also healers. In the main, they have found that changes in the structure are most important.
However, with three studies of healers, they discovered healers weren’t affecting the structure of water itself, but were emanating radiation that was being directly picked up by the instrument sensors — in some cases even before they began the study.
For instance, with Qigong Master Jixing Li, whose healing ability was well documented, the scientists did not record any change in the structure of the water but did find that the pH of the water went into strong oscillations before Master Li’s arrival. Dr. William Tiller recorded similar effects in his Black Box Experiments (see The Intention Experiment, chapter 8). This is considered evidence that a space like the lab is ‘conditioned’ with healing energy.
A healer’s light
The lab then enlisted a healer called Judith Jubb and asked her to send intention. Jubb complained about the laser light and asked that it be turned off. However, with no laser light, there would be no light to be scattered, which is what the scientists record with their equipment in order to work out what is going between the molecules of the water. Without any light, there should be nothing for the CCD camera to photograph.
Here’s a graph of what occurs when a member of their lab, who is not experienced in intention, tries to affect the water.

However, here’s what happened when Judith sent energy to the water sample once the laser was turned off:

The CCD cameras system picked up waves of faint light emissions — corresponding to a far-infrared wavelength of 8628 nm.
Judith had an excellent ability to control her emanations, says Tania. “A sudden vanishing of peaks correlated with her informing us, ‘I’m shifting frequencies now and am passing through a vacuum state.’” As soon as she left her ‘vacuum state’, the infra red signals returned.
The scientists have also re-examined Dr. Yan Xin’s data and found evidence of large energy peaks, detected by the Raman spectrometer, resulting from long-wave far-infrared light waves — just like those of Judith Jubb.
“The most interesting point about the peak in the Raman spectrum generated by Dr. Yan is that it makes no physical sense,” says Tania.
Both Jubb and Dr. Xin are noted for their healing abilities, even healing at great distances. However, infrared energy at the levels detected by the Raman spectrometer is not something that can be sent long distances, according to our understanding of transverse EM waves.
A third healer also recorded these light waves while sending healing to Rick, a member of the scientific team. The scientists then discovered that Rick’s energy emanations were beginning to entrain with the healer’s.
So we’ll await new results to see if our effects, like those of healers, are more akin to a giant rush of light energy mediated over a long distance.

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Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.

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