Although he's an expert in acupressure, his main interest is water. He produces informed glasses, jugs and plumbing devices for the home and farms that reduce the genotoxicity of water and improve its quality. "I avoid involving my bioenergy, I am interested in efficient and provable technological processes," says Franc Kočar about his work and research.
Informing water has been on the rise since the research of Japanese Masaru Emoto. How long the recorded information is retained in the water is an open question. According to Franc Kočar, the information we take in with our minds stays in the water for three or four days. "Water springs with information that lasts longer are, for example, the water from Fatima, Lourdes, Medjugorje, Ephesus in Turkey..." he adds. "I am convinced that water has a memory. This is proven by various procedures, e.g. homeopathic, the blessing of water, the special properties of water taken on Bonfire Night, 23 June, or on 19 January, when the Orthodox celebrate the feast of St Jovan, which has a similar meaning for them as John the Baptist does for us. On this day, Hindus also perform purification and healing rituals in the River Ganges. If you leave the water outside on this day, according to the old belief, it is blessed and does not spoil for five years, which I have tested and it is true," he says.
"Jacques Benveniste published a thesis on the memory of water, but then he was expelled from scientific circles and only rehabilitated before his death because his experiment with water was repeated in universities around the world and the same results were obtained," he explains why water information is widely disbelieved. "But the truth is that water is affected by so many factors that it is difficult to repeat the same experiment in exactly the same way with the same result, so science shies away from research." "I suppose water is simply influenced by so many things — mainly thoughts or affirmations. This has also been found in the manufacture of cosmetic products by a well-known company. The 'shaking and potentising' process, which is a homeopathic approach, didn't always get the same results, and then they realised that the human factor, or the mood of the practitioners, or their subconscious, played a role."
He develops products to improve drinking water, and also prepares water as a result of electrolysis and a special process of preparation. "As this is basically and by all accounts drinking water, we may not talk about its positive effects because this is legally forbidden, despite all the positive experiences," he points out, explaining that electrolysis separates the water into cathodic and anodic water. The former promotes the development of bacteria and micro-organisms, while the latter disinfects, i.e. inhibits their development, so both can be used to certain effect. He points to his own experience in using water as an almost natural antibiotic to soothe a sore throat when he had a cold, and was well the next morning. "People with white skin do not get sunburn, athletes do not get muscle cramps, it relieves injuries and inflammation, swelling, helps with knee and back pain, scars and wounds, itchy skin, rheumatism, swellings, varicose veins, and improves physical performance," he says, based on the experiences of users of their water. "The water spray is our only product that is not based on direct information," he adds. This means that the information is conveyed to it through an external carrier, i.e. a glass, a jug, etc., as opposed to a cream, which is informed directly. Terms such as living water, energised water and vitalised water are also used to refer to informed water, he says. "They all indicate that some energy, information, blessing, affirmation has been added to the water," he explains. "I myself add orgone radiators to my Nattura® products
. I prepare a carrier in the shape of an ampoule, transfer into it the 'information' of the water of chosen quality, a rare or expensive active ingredient, a medicine, etc. I have the best experience with the transfer of natural active substances. I place the ampoule in the receiving part of the orgone radiator and then use the radiator to transfer it into a jar, ceramic, cream, etc."
Genotoxicity of water
He says he is also particularly proud that his products reduce the genotoxicity of water by 50%. It is measured by the Allium test (onion test). "Tap water and informed jug or glass water is tested by planting bulbs over test tubes and after 72 hours the proportion of cells with damaged chromosomes compared to the number of total cells examined is determined - the higher the proportion, the worse the water, and vice versa." In production, a special process affects glass, porcelain or ceramics to change the properties of water. "The information depends on the carrier," he continues, "and what happens to it, but at the same time it is not used up. Because when you expose the carrier to the environment, a bundle of extra information sticks. In the case of a mug, it's electrosmog, affirmations, the thoughts of the people present — and the information disappears, you can quickly 'reverse it' like on a computer." Their jug retains information for five years or more, and they are working to extend its 'life span' even further.
He points to his own experience, when he had a cold, he soothed his sore throat with water instead of alcohol, and was well the next morning, to prove that such water is almost a natural antibiotic.
Attitudes towards water
He finds it worrying that our attitude to water is to underestimat it, take it for granted and without limits. "We are taught that water is something bad — 'don't get wet, don't fall in the water, the weather will get worse', even though they predict rain after a dry period. They don't charge for tap water in the pub, even though they have to serve it, wash the glasses, and it's better than from a bottle, which they do charge for. In Slovenia, we could increase self-sufficiency by at least three times if we brought irrigation systems to the fields, so that we would be independent of the weather, and used improved water, which is what I am doing," he points out. A huge amount of water is lost in poorly managed and designed pipelines, and he proposes that municipal services should pay for the water they use, not on the water they sell, to reduce consumption, preserve water resources for our successors, and ensure that there is enough left over. "Drinking water in Slovenia is extremely good and we can drink it from every tap without worrying about our health, as only a fraction of it is problematic," he says. He adds that limescale is an indicator that a water source is contaminated with chemicals. "Where there is a lot of it, I advise caution when drinking. Otherwise, water in glass containers is better than in plastic. We do not yet know all the consequences of drinking water from plastic bottles, but we do know that plastic contains hormone disruptors and future generations will feel the effects."
His third area of activity Home Units for improvement of water for farms. The technological process complements his invention, but he wants to keep the details to himself. But he says that eight years ago he helped the Belvedere Hotel above Izola to solve a problem with pool water that had a lot of bio-contamination, a strong chlorine smell, and was unsanitary. Special porcelain nozzle inserts were installed and the quality of the otherwise chlorinated water improved significantly and sensitive people no longer had problems and allergies. "The process is based on neutralising all the harmful effects of impurities in the water," he says. "They are not removed, just neutralised. So the chlorine in the pool still kills the bacteria, but it doesn't have negative side effects like skin irritation and odour. The water is disinfected, but not smelly — thanks to the information. In a similar way, Vili Poznik vitalised the water in a pond where, after installing his device, previously half-dead fish started to swim vigorously. The results of his Home Units have also been confirmed by a strawberry grower who has increased production by 25% on the same area as before, with 40% less fertilisers and pesticides. The strawberries were of such good quality that he sold them all as people drove in from far away. They did not cause allergies, they lasted longer and they tasted significantly better.
Published 24 September 2017 | Written by Mateja Blažič