Shocking video reveals cell tower transmissions interfering with xylitol crystal formation, showing disruption of “morphic resonance”


Scientists have long known that crystals form into patterns which are instantaneously communicated to other molecules around the world, as if invoking a kind of “cosmic internet” that remains unseen. As Woodard and McCrone wrote in their article, ‘Unusual crystallization behavior,’ published in the Journal of Applied Crystallography (Vol. 8, 1975, p. 342.) Xylitol, first prepared in 1891, was considered a liquid until 1941 or 1942, when a form melting at 61 °C crystallized (Wolfrom & Kohn, 1942). These experiments were successfully repeated by Carson, Waisbrot & Jones (1943) and in the course of further recrystallizations a new form, melting at 94°C, crystallized. Subsequent attempts to prepare the lower melting form were unsuccessful (KiT & Jeffrey, 1969).….Read More

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