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Comparisons With Other Processes


Charles Betterton and Brydon Bigcharles

Current water treatment systems go to extremes, like distillation, to create absolutely pure water; they take all beneficial minerals out of the water and this includes many bottled water products. Drinking nothing but distilled water may be leaching some essential minerals from our bodies; distilled is considered ‘dead’ water. Most modern water distilleries were designed long before anything of structure of water was considered important and produced pure but energetically ‘dead’ water.

Not only can complex filter systems remove most everything from water, they also remove water’s aliveness, leaving one with essentially ‘dead’ water.


Reverse Osmosis (R/O) is very popular today but R/O removes all beneficial minerals from the water, plus it wastes three out of four gallons of water in the process. The most prevalent of present systems pushes water through micro-porous membranes; meshed sufficiently fine to prevent the passage of most dissolved solids. This removes approximately 50% of the salt as well as other solids with each pass. R/O processes water for small water units placed outside grocery stores as well as the domestic water supply for small metropolitan communities. The wastewater from R/O units in some places is so concentrated with salts and other minerals that it become a threat to the good bacteria in septic systems.

One of the major disadvantages of reverse osmosis is the large amount of brine discharge that, in some cases, will have deleterious effects on enclosed bays, sometimes experiencing fish mortality. A second, subtler negative effect of R/O is the demineralization of water for human and animal consumption. This water becomes known as ‘hungry water’, with initial benefits of cleansing the body of unwanted toxins. However, prolonged use can demineralize the body, weakening the immune system.


This process evaporates the water and then recondenses it, leaving behind the dissolved solids. This process can be less costly as it is not necessary to shut down the processing plant occasionally, as with R/O for reconditioning. Distillation can refine the water to as little as 10 mg/l dissolved solids, compared with R/O’s 50% reduction per pass. The same problem of brine water, which must be drained or hauled off, exists with flash distillation. Another disadvantage is that volatiles, such as methane and chlorine, are transferred into the processed water.


Electrodialysis, like reverse osmosis, also employs a screen, but in this case electrical energy is utilized. The electrodialysis process lets the salt through and keeps the water back. This is the opposite of reverse osmosis.


This process involves the use of resins that carry either a positive or negative charge. These draw the elements to them and remove them from the water. They are easy to install and inexpensive for small manufacturing or laboratory use. A major drawback for high volume use is they must be recharged either by washing the resins with acid or exchanging them after as little as a thousand gallons.


Some cat-ions will easily exchange with other ions under certain conditions. An example of this would be a soft water tank which uses sodium saturated salts to exchange sodium for calcium and magnesium. This system is valuable where corrosion in pipes and calcium build up on enamels, such as household appliances and swimming pools, is of concern. As the chief deleterious element in seawater and brackish water is sodium, this only increases salt problems for human consumption or agriculture. In our showers it is feeding these salts to the largest organ in our body, our skin. Ocean water is already 80% sodium, 8.5% magnesium and only a fraction calcium.

Ion-exchange resin water softeners, that is most water softeners, also remove all beneficial minerals in the water and add a great deal of sodium or potassium. They put out waste water that is incompatible with septic tanks because if you kill the bacteria, septic systems don’t do their job. For this reason many states have banned the use of water softeners for homes with septic systems.


From hereon in I will call it ionization. Ionization is a process which uses electricity to electrocute the water. This can only happen because of the mineral content that is in the water. A person can not ionize distilled water as distilled water can not conduct electricity. Throw in a little salt and a little calcium and potassium and the water will sizzle and fry. Most people do not realize, but any water ionizer is in essence a hydrogen fuel cell. The electricity is poured to the metallic plates and because of the mineral content that is in the water, meaning the minerals are attached to the water molecules and clusters, the current goes through the solution tarring apart the most natural and essential relationship on the planet H2O. Water by itself does not have a ionic charge. Once you add minerals, which have a bi-polar ionic charge, the water is able to be ionized.

So here we have the most balanced, natural, and harmonious relationship in the world of one Oxygen and two Hydrogen’s being ripped apart from a man made outside force called electricity. The end result is that you have a mixture of frazzled H2O’s and OH-‘s and a free floating H’s. This is how the pH is increased.

Excerpted from Ultimate Destiny Network