Joao Teixeira da Faria
John of God

From: The Miracle Man: The Life of Joao de Deus by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich:

"Joao Teixeira da Faria is arguably the most powerful medium alive at this time and must surely rank amongst the greatest of the past two thousand years.

"Joao's mediumship enables him to take on, or incorporate, thirty-three different entities,all of whom were remarkable people during their last lives.  These spirit entities perform invisible surgery and healings on thousands of persons seeking respite from incurable diseases who pilgrimage to the Casa de Dom Inacio, the healing center in Abadiania, a small village in the mountains of central Brazil where Joao offers healings.

"It has long been recognized by scientists that there are many different types of water on our planet, some of them are extraordinarily therapeutic...There is much more to tissue hydration than drinking ordinary water.  Tissue water is as different from ordinary water as milk is from apple juice.

"Dr. Coanda, the father of the jet aeroplane, spent sixty years studying water and its medicinal effects.  He said that the human body is over seventy per cent water and the brain is ninety per cent water.  Certain water, which he called "anomalous water, contains within its structure the secret to reversing the ageing process.  He travelled the world extensively and found five places that contained "anomalous water".   Two of these places included Hunza land in northern Pakistan and the Vilcabamba in Ecuador.  It has fascinated anthropologists that people who live in these areas tend to remain healthy and disease-free well beyond the age of one hundred years.

"After ten years of experiments, research scientists, Patrick and Gael Flanagan, reproduced Coanda's anomalous water which contained different properties to ordinary water; surface tension, viscosity, heat capacity, and free energy, as well as an increased quantity of negatively ionised hydrogen atoms.  They duplicated a 'colloidal mineral cluster' only found in these Hunza-type waters.  Mineral clusters of this tiny size have unusual properties not found in any other type of matter.  Electrons can travel all over the surface of the mineral instead of being confined to localised areas like electrons found in ordinary colloids.  These 'electron clouds' form a negative electrical charge that attracts and organises water molecules into a liquid crystal structure.  This structure rather than in ordinary or mineral waters, resembles the water found in the living system.  When we drink ordinary water we have to convert it to cellular water before the body can use it.  If it cannot convert it to cellar water, it will pass through our bodies and leave our cells partially dehydrated.  The tiny mineral clusters found in  Hunza-type water resemble those found in living systems and will energise practicaly all nutrients with which they come into contact.

"Additionally, studies show that our bodies store hydrogen in tissue.  As we age, hydrogen depletion may lead to many ageing symptoms: chronic fatigue, depression, hormone imbalances, stiffness and inflexibility.  It is hydrogen that protects our cells from oxidative free-radical damage and provides energy to the cells when it is burned by oxygen.  Hydrogen is the ultimate antioxident.  Comsumption of Hunze-type water with its superior distribution system, may provide negatively charged hydrogen ions, acting as the perfect free-radical scavenger.  It would also be used in the production of ATP, the biological battery which supplies the energy needs of the human body."