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Excerpts of a report on the Ceremony to Send Love and Thanks to Water, July 23, 2006, in Liechtenstein.

Written by the mc of the ceremony, Yasuyuki Nemoto, who is from the office of scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto.

Full text here: (English) (Japanese)


 ...5 pm, we started to prepare for the ceremony...the sky started to turn cloudy and a passing rain fell...I felt that there will be a rainbow coming out soon....And as suspected a beautiful rainbow did appear in the sky.

The sky soon cleared out. The Sun rays made numerous lines of light that shone through from between the clouds. We were able to start up the ceremony with a gift from the environment.

First of all, I called upon the people that gathered to make a big circle at the square in front of the building. We handed a paper cup and a photograph of water from different parts of the world (there were about 200 of those) to each person present at the ceremony.

At the beginning of the ceremony, I led a simple mass meditation to fill everyone's heart with the Hado of Love and Thanks. I connected everyone's heart to the Sun with gold light and connected the hearts to the Earth with silver light. I led everyone in English and had a professional interpreter, Monica, translate from English to German.

With that hightened Hado, I asked everyone to imprint the Hado of Love and Thanks in the photograph to the water in the cup. We later collected everyone's water in a glass bottle.

Then a large candle was lit by Dr. Emoto. Now, both water and fire were ready...

Again, with the help of everyone there, we chanted the following prayers. In reality though, I said a line at a time and Monica translated that into German and everybody repeated that in German.

Fire, We Love You.
Fire, We Thank You.
Fire, We Respect You.

Water, We Love You.
Water, We Thank You.
Water, We Respect You.

Mother Earth, We Love You.
Mother Earth, We Thank You.
Mother Earth, We Respect You.

GOD, We Love You.
GOD, We Thank You.
GOD, We Respect You.

While we prayed for fire, the bright light from the Sun was shining and while we prayed for the Earth, birds were beautifully singing.

After reciting these words, I led a short meditation to let the Hado full of love and harmony spread throughout the world. Right after I noted a special direction for the Hado to reach Israel, the bell from the church across from the square started to ring as if to bless this occasion.

I believe that a space of beautiful energy was created as the thoughts of the people that gathered as well as the rest of the people around the world that had supported this ceremony came together in unison as one.

At the end of the ceremony, some of the water that contained the Hado of everyone's Love and Thanks was poured into a nearby stream by Dr. Emoto. The Hado of Love and Thanks in the water will pass on to all the water in Lichtenstein. And the rest of the water will be poured out into River Rhine by the Lichtenstein staff so that the Hado will spread amongst all the water in the world.

The July 25th ceremony that was planned at Sea of Galilee in Israel has been postponed with no date yet set because of the concern for safety. However, a group from Chalice Well in Glastonbury, UK, that were visiting Israel had conducted a ceremony for Love and Thanks to water by the shore of the Mediterranean Sea at Tel Aviv.

I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest appreciation to all those that have responded to our calls and have sent Love and Thanks to all the water in the world. Thank you very much.

By the way, IHM general institute took water crystal photographs of the water before the ceremony (a RO-purified water was used) and the water after the ceremony. Please see the following page for the results. (English) (Japanese)

Before the ceremony, the water showed a relatively small crystal although the shape was hexagonal. After receiving so much Hado of Love and Thanks through the Ceremony, it showed a big, beautifully hexagonal crystal.

We appreciate your cooperation.

Water, We Love You.
Water, We Thank You.
Water, We Respect You.

Yasuyuki NEMOTO
Secretary-General, Project of Love and Thanks to Water