Quantum Physics Hints Hatred Spewed by Democrats Can Cause Climate Change
– by – Mary A. LaClair
Climate change, to me was a fallacy, until that is, until I discovered how human thought and emotion actually affects the atmosphere around us
“The Hidden Messages in Water introduces the revolutionary work of internationally renowned Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto, who has discovered that molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words and feelings. Since humans and the earth are composed mostly of water, his message is one of personal health, global environmental renewal, and a practical plan for peace that starts with each one of us.” ( Jacket blurb on back cover of the book The Hidden Messages in Water by Prof Emoto)
This is when I discover proof that could make me believe that the Democrats are guilty of actually causing unpleasant change in earth’s atmosphere by their spewed hatred, and by the violence previously advocated by Democrat Maxine Waters of personal hate attacks on opponents in restaurants.
In another source:
“Braden cited data from environmental satellites recording the geomagnetic field around the earth that showed changes in the field that occurred just after the 9-11 attacks. He attributed these changes to heart-based emotion affecting the field of the planet, and demonstrating that humanity is deeply interrelated with the earth. We are feeding this field on an ongoing basis, and ‘when we’re out angrily protesting and fighting against the things we don’t like, we may actually be contributing to the chaos of the field,’ instead of building or creating coherence and new models of what we do want, he commented. “ – Gregg Braden -source unknown
Now I wonder if climate change might be actual, and actually caused by Democrats selling hate.
I believe hatred by Democrats was openly and publicly revealed before Maxine. These books first appeared in 2004 and apparently have done their share of dirty work.
These books of political hatred could be considered accessory before-the-fact to inciting hate crime; (i.e. personal physical attacks on Rand Paul). A civil society should remove this type of book instead of the Ten Commandments. Barring that, these books with their emboldened titles prove hatred is both endorsed and practiced by America’s outspoken Democrats. They certainly weren’t written or published by Conservative or Republicans.
For more on these books see RECENT CATEGORIES at www.LookListenThink.wordpress.com, also listed there in categories under HATE SPEECH.
There are deep revelations from Prof. Emoto’s discoveries which are revealed in the documentary “What The Bleep Do We Know” – a documentary on Quantum Physics, in which it talks about how water structures change by the thoughts of people around them, and are best illustrated in the books themselves by Prof. Emoto
“Three Jars of Rice Experiment”: a popular experiment
Book: The True Power of Water – by- Masaru Emoto
Book: NY TImes Bestseller: The Hidden Messages in Water – by- Masaru Emoto, Japanese scientist
While some points in this book may be conjecture, others may be proven. It is up to the reader to sort it out, keep what is good and disregard the rest. This writer is not entirely comfortable with a connection to Buddhism which may be mentioned in this book. Make no mistake I do not believe Christianity and Buddhism are substitutionary for each other, however they may be tangental on this one point, touching each other for a brief moment. Quantum Physics knows no bounds.
Conclusion: If Democrats want to stop global weather change, they’d best stop spewing hatred, along with everyone else.
“Since humans and the earth are composed mostly of water, his message is one of personal health, global environmental renewal, and a practical plan for peace that starts with each one of us.” …Supra
“Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.” Holy Scriptures: Phil. 4:8 NLT
“Character and conduct begin in the mind. Our actions are affected by the things we dwell on in our thoughts. Paul cautions his readers to concentrate on things that will result in right living and in God’s peace.” (footnote from New Spirit Filled Life Bible, edited by Jack W. Hayford, Litt.D. and available in most bookstores or on line at Christian Book Distributors)