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Water Crystals Gallery

How They're Made

Discovering the technique for making and photographing water crystals took many years for researcher Dr. Masaru Emoto.

As the technical aspects of making water crystals evolved, so did the understanding of the significance of his breakthrough discovery.

To gain a deeper insight into the micro-world of water crystals, we encourage you to spend some time viewing the photos in the different sections of this gallery, and to read the Life's Resonance page for the meaning this has, personally, for each of us.

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In the making of water crystals, water is primarily drawn from two types of sources; pure distilled water—which provides a neutral environment to imprint vibrational resonance on, and water from a specific source—to reveal the hidden nature of that source.

You will find both source types in our gallery, however, on this page the water used is from pure distilled water.

To begin the experiment, water is exposed to a specific vibrational influence, either through written words, “thought–intentions”, photographs, or music.

Water being exposed to different types of vibrational influence

Written words “You Fool” and “Thank You”, in Japanese, being shown to the water.

A photo of dolphins being shown to the water.

Music being played to the water.

During the entire proccess, the water must be handled with extreme care to ensure it is subject to minimal external influences that would contaminate it, and that the exact laboratory conditions are met to facilitate the forming of photographable water crystals.

Many samples of each water collection are frozen to provide a better opportunity to catch a crystal on film

50 samples of .5ml of water are collected in petri dishes.

The water drops are frozen for 3 hours at -25 degrees.

The entire lab room is a precisely controlled freezer environment.

Inside a walk-in freezer kept at -5 degrees, an optical microscope with an external camera is used at 200x magnification to photograph the water crystal that forms.

The researcher must be very patient and focused since not all samples form into photographable crystals

The frozen water sample right out of the freezer.

Examining the water sample for forming crystals.

Capturing the forming crystal on film is a true art form.

Each water crystal goes through a very short life cycle from the time it is removed from the freezer, to the time it melts under the microscope.

Although there are many, here is a summary of four stages of a water crystal's life cycle under the microscope

#1 Water Crystal starts to form.

#2 Water Crystal continues to form.

#3 Water Crystal fully formed.

#4 Water Crystal starts to melt.

Here are some of the results from years worth of research. Explore the rest of the gallery links, over to the left, for many more astounding photographs of water crystals.

Photographed crystals reflect the beauty or disharmony of the vibrational resonance they are exposed to

A crystal from distilled water, without being exposed to vibrational resonance.

The disturbed looking water crystal that forms when shown the written words “You Fool”, in Japanese.

The perfect water crystal that forms when shown the written words “Thank You”, in Japanese.

A beautiful water crystal after a photograph of dolphins was shown to the water.

A water crystal formation after playing Tchaikovsky's “Swan Lake” to the water.

Thank you for taking the time to share in this amazing world of water crystals.