A Prayer for the Gulf: Oxy-Hydrogen Gas


Dr. Masaru Emoto is a RAH Hero.  At every RAH! Talk we cite his astounding proof that we live in a creative-responsive universe. Visual evidence of Dr. Emoto’s findings are featured in his wonderful book The Hidden Messages in Water. Recently, his (and RAH’s) publisher, Beyond Words/Atria/Simon & Schuster, posted his powerful message about the tragic Gulf oil spill.  It includes a thrillingly hopeful YouTube video on a new, completely sustainable and non-polluting source of stable fuel developed by President Ohmasa of Nihon Techno Co. in Tokyo.  It’s called Oxy-Hydrogen Gas and is made from…water.  After combustion it returns to…water.   President Ohmasa calls Oxy-Hydrogen Gas “Second Water.”  He believes, and so do we, that it could provide us with all the fuel we need…and save this planet.  Watch this YouTube video about  Oxy-Hydrogen Gas. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUPE0Z9V82E&feature=player_embedded

Dr. Emoto’s post ends with a prayer for all the fish and animals being harmed by the Gulf oil spill.  We include part of the post below. All along we have had a sense that as horrible as this oil spill is, it is also a necessary kick-in-the-head about the necessity of taking sustainable energy seriously.  Let the Era of Oxy-Hydrogen Gas begin!

“I believe lot of people who involved fishery industries in Mexico Gulf are suffering now but as for economic issues, U.S government and other countries will support them and give an utmost response to it. Important thing is that we learn from this mistake and make sure this type of things will never happen in the future and protect nature environment thus we have to take this technology to get energy from water very seriously. I hope this technology will be available for everybody as soon as possible. Now let’s give energy of love and gratitude to all the living creatures in Mexico Gulf by praying like this:
To whales, dolphins, pelicans, fishes, shellfishes, planktons, corals, algae and all creatures in the Gulf of Mexico.

I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I love you.

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