Dr Masaru Emoto (center) sharing
his "key of life" crystal research at a seminar
in Big Bear Lake (S.CA) with Suzy Chaffee (Olympic skier),
Gina Weiss (host), and Blue Thunder (Serrano/E.Shosht:
Christie Walker one)
leader of the Medicine Wheel Ceremony that saved the community.
Photo credit: Christie Walker
BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif.
-- "I'm looking into starting a U.S. research center for
Crystal Photography, and Big Bear Lake is one of the possibilities,"
announced Dr. Masaru Emoto to the wide-eyed residents at a seminar
at Northwoods Resort on Monday. After showing the microscopic
crystals from frozen water in many cities ("no comment
on LA and Tokyo"), as well as pristine and holy places
around the world, he told them, "You should be proud of
the beautiful clear crystals in your water."
Quite a comeback
for a lake that suffered a six year drought, which ended in
the "second most precipitation in history," following
a 200 person cross-cultural medicine wheel ceremony surrounding
Southern California's magnificent San Bernardino Mountains last
November. It was led by Blue Thunder (Bennie LeBeau), a Serrano-Eastern
Shoshone, and the Big Bear Community. The 325 participants cheered
when Blue Thunder was introduced and thanked by Gina Weiss,
"A Place to Grow" sponsor and host, for his contributions
to the community and for connecting them to Dr. Emoto, according
to a Native American Olympic Team Foundation (NVF) spokesman.
work scientifically proves why American Indian ceremonies, which
express love, respect and gratitude to water and snow (as well
as the ancestral and nature spirits that protect them), have
saved ski areas since Vail called the Southern Utes for help,
which made their 1961 opening possible," said NVF co-founder
and Olympian Chaffee. (She made her first $100 making snowflakes
for ski shops.) In gratitude Snow Summit and Bear Mt last season
treated Blue Thunder and other tribal participants to skiing
This latest phenomena,
in the face of global warming, inspired Michael Berry, President
of the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), to ask Chaffee
to design a weblink for this season so that ski areas across
America could easily invite their tribes back to their ancestral
lands to enjoy sports and share this kind of their Earth-honoring,
snow-saving wisdom. To supply Berry with evidence to save ski
communities from using costly cloud seeding with silver iodide
(found toxic in research by Joe Bradley, a Big Bear scientist),
Chaffee gave NSAA's "Sustainable Slopes" leader, Emoto's
NY Times Bestseller, "Messages from Water."
Following the crystal
researcher's meteoric rise from exposure in last year's hit
documentary, "What the Bleep Do We Know," Dr Emoto,
who also has reverence for American Indians, brought Blue Thunder
to a Kyoto ceremony of the four colors of humanity praying for
peace upon Mother Earth. Dr Emoto was then invited to address
the United Nations in May, and meet with the Dalai Lama in Sun
Valley in September. After the Big Bear seminar, Dr Emoto proposed
some other ways to partner with Blue Thunder, and will next
be meeting with the Hopis.
While the AMA proved
that prayers heal people, Dr Emoto showed his experiments on
how prayer can turn fouled water back into beautiful crystals,
similar to those found in the purest waters around the North
Pole. To assist Tsunami victims, Dr Emoto's millions of believers
from around the world sent prayers which helped purify the Pacific
Rim waters from diseases. He proves that water has consciousness
by showing, via microscope, that when individuals or groups
of people pray and give thanks, love and respect to water, which
is then frozen, the droplets transform into light emitting,
exquisite crystals when they begin to melt. Yet when the words
"hate" or "war," or "Do it," (compared
to "Let's Do it,") are spoken or written on labels,
the specimens become dark and formless. Water responds in a
similar way to positive and negative pictures attached to a
glass of water, as well music.
and other natural disaster won't happen if enough people collectively
pray and send appreciation to water, which also enhances our
own health since adults are 70% water," said Dr Emoto.
The 62 year old youngster is most concerned about global warming
from burning fuels and overpopulation -" the vibration
of people heats the atmosphere." Emoto's flashed a picture
of his adorable grandson. "This is why I am doing everything
I can to ensure that our children won't end up like Atlantis
and Mu, around Hawaii, from the melting glaciers," he warned.
groups like you, I've pretty much given up on adults, and want
to teach children," he teased. His International Water
for Life Foundation will be donating picture books to 650 million
youth, around the world, 10% of the population!