Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Thank Water Day Sunday, July 25, 2004
Minneapolis Milfoil Project (AMMP) and AquaEssence ReSource (AERS)
invite you to join us in celebrating International Thank Water Day
at several sites on the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes.
We will collect water samples in advance of the blessing
ceremonies. We will send one sample to Mararu Emoto at the Hado Life
Institute in Eschen, Liechtenstein for the International Thank
Water Day Celebration on the Rhine River. It originates in the
Alps of Switzerland, runs through Liechtenstein, flowing along the
borders of Austria, Germany and France, cuts across Germany and
the Netherlands, and ends up in the North Sea. In Eschen, Marsaru
Emoto, his staff and volunteers will combine water samples from
all over the world and send the Hado (resonance wave) of ‘Love and
Thanks’. Afterward they will release the water into the Rhine
River with the prayer that all of the water in Europe and on the
planet will be filled with the Hado of ‘Love and Thanks’; and they
will collect samples at designated points down river for MRA
The Chain of Lakes Thank Water Day will combine water from each
blessing site, send it the Hado of ‘Love and Thanks’ and release
it into the Mississippi River with a prayer that all of the water
existing in the United States and on the planet will be filled
with the Hado of ‘Love and Thanks.’ The Mississippi River flows
through 10 of the 50 states in the Central United States from
Minnesota to New Orleans, Louisiana into the Gulf of New Mexico.
These ceremonies will be brief and simple; celebrants will explain
local and worldwide International Thank Water Day to participants
and then, will ask the attendees to join in saying the heartfelt,
simple words “I love you” and “Thank you” to the water. Together
we will join other people sending our prayers of ‘Love and Thanks’
to all the water in the Animal, Human, Mineral and Plant kingdoms
around planet Earth.
With just a few words we will bless Planet Earth as we speed
toward 2012 and the ‘Great Time Shift’ predicted by the Mayans
Since 2002, AMMP has addressed the presence of Eurasian watermilfoil,
a foreign invader, in Minneapolis lakes. Through research and public information, AMMP documents the progression of milfoil
growth, and the array of local, state and federal government programs dedicated to the eradication of the aquatic plant.
postulate that there is a low cost solution to milfoil and invite the public to use therapeutic intent or prayer clean up
our precious freshwater resources.
These are water
samples taken before/after the Ceremony from the
Saint Croix River, which starts in Wisconsin and
becomes the divider between the states of Minnesota
Here are the water
before/after the Ceremony from the Mississippi River
close to where the Rum River and the Mississippi
Samples were taken, then shipped to Japan for
analysis in Masaru Emoto's laboratory.
More water crystal
photographs from around the world are on Emoto's website: www.thank-water.net