Anyone who has ever attended a Jewish wedding knows the time is festive and wine flows freely. Yet, when a miscalculation two millennia ago in Cana led to the premature finishing of the wine, an ominous omen for the bride and groom, Jesus instructed his disciples to fill several massive jars with water. Lo and behold, the nuptial couple had saved the best wine for last! Putting religion aside, to determine scientifically what might have occurred requires a detour into the study of water and quantum mechanics.
In 1988 Nature magazine published a controversial peer-reviewed paper by French scientist Dr. Jacques Beneviste that theorized that water has the property to retain information, in this case electromagnetic frequencies. The media dubbed this the “memory of water”; the scientific establishment lambasted the idea. Imagine a tear drop able to tell whether the person was happy or sad. Or, a water droplet in a test tube able to reveal its journey from evaporation from an African jungle to the throes of a Caribbean hurricane to rainfall in the Appalachian Mountains to the sterilized container of an LSU microbiology doctoral candidate along the Mississippi River.
After more than thirty years and many experiments, the science community is on the verge of finally accepting Dr. Beneviste’s findings.
A few years back, German scientists at the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart using a powerful microscope noticed that individual drops of water had a distinct and unique pattern like a snow flake (perhaps, uncoincidentally). The scientists then placed a flower into the water to discover a unique pattern which when diluted with pure water and agitated aggressively in multiple successions until the possibility of any molecules from the original batch remaining in a random sample was practically nil, a droplet of water showed the same unique pattern. How is this possible?
According to quantum mechanics, every single atom and molecule subjected to energy vibrate thereby emitting a distinct resonance measurable as an electromagnetic frequency. Just as placing two tuning forks near each other, striking one fork creates a vibration that leads the second fork to vibrate at the exact same frequency, vibrating water molecules will eventually converge on a single frequency at which any subsequent added water will also resonate. Water molecules have the ability to act as both radiator and receiver of frequencies that contributes to the explanation for the memory of water.
As it turns out, the structure of a water molecule with its two hydrogen atoms connected to a single oxygen atom plays a critical role in enabling the amplification of the resonance vibration – referred to as “coresonance” by Dr. Beneviste.
Interestingly, the configuration of the human DNA with its double-helix shape has shown under experiments to yield the property of coresonance opening up a gigantic new world of possibilities (Allegretti, 2020, p. 219). To be sure, electromagnetic frequencies travel at the speed of light and virtually forever in a direction. Ever hear of identical twins separated by a great distance feeling the happiness or sadness of each other? A story for another day.
Returning to the original query of the wine. According to Beneviste, to generate enough energy in water to create coresonance requires sufficient agitation to create a vortex for several minutes, which must be repeated numerous times while adding a specific ratio of new water to the batch. Unless the disciples were built like Samson or Hercules it is highly unlikely that the required energy could have been imputed into the jars of water with traces of wine. So, this author agrees that it must have been a miracle.
The Theragem Clinique device supports this theory of ‘imprinting’ liquids with new information. The Clinique delivers a stream of light, colour, electromagnetic frequencies and crystalline energy into matter, imbuing it with clean, healing energy. Many of our therapists use their Theragem devices on their everyday drinking water, altering the base structure to produce a more balanced hydration solution.
Using a variety of Gemcups which contain different combinations of precious stones, crystals and minerals and adjusting the delivery mode to Balancing, Calming, Stimulating or Energising on the unit interface, enables therapists to produce optimized drinking water for different constitutions.
Theragem cannot turn water into wine, but it can be used to balance and encode liquids, moisturisers, essential oils and more with healing energy.
 Allegretti, Marcello. Therapeutic Waves: Electromagnetic Technologies from Diagnosis to Cancer Research. Independently published, 2020.