South Spin Increases Bovis Levels in Food and Drink
Here’s a shocker. Scientific research has recognized that there is a direct correlation between a positive or negative bovis measurement and the direction in which the atoms of the water molecule spin. It was discovered that things measuring below 6,500 Bovis have molecules that spin to the right (dextrorotatory) and exhibit life depleting characteristics. Cancer cells for example, exhibit right turning molecules. Living things measuring above 6,500 Bovis, exhibit left turning molecules (levorotatory) and exhibit life enhancing characteristics.
Can We Do Something About It?
Fortunately for all of us the answer is a resounding YES! After being diagnosed with cancer, German researcher Manfred Bauer, set off on his own journey to discover both the cause of his illness and a way to arrest or reverse it’s effects. What he discovered was a unique process by which ordinary water could be energized to levels much higher than the neutral point of 6,500 bovis. Once the energizing process it’s self was perfected, it was a natural progression for Bauer to begin manufacturing products that would enable anyone to energize their own water, food and environment which all directly serve to improve the energy of the human body as well.
You Can Induce High Bovis Levels with a Mere Hand Gesture
The First South Spin Technique:
First, place one hand on either side of water glass or food.
Left Hand: Fingers together, pointing forward, thumb pointing upward.
Right Hand: Little finger, ring finger, middle finger all touching thumb, creating a “tunnel” or vortex. Forefinger pointing straight ahead . . . same as fingers on left hand.
Rotate right hand so that “tunnel” or vortex is open to subject food/water. This can be done either by rotating hand so the back of hand is turned down, thumb up, or, aim tunnel/vortex, again at subject with back of hand on top, thumb down The important thing is to have the open vortex attracting energy directly through food or water, attracting it from the palm of the left hand.