The Principle of GRANDER® Water Revitalisation
Information transfer as the basis
The GRANDER® water revitalisation is based on the understanding of information transfer.
The core element of GRANDER® water revitalisation is water. As "information water" is the described effective medium the GRANDER® water revitalisation devices deal with water from a higher inner order, produced according to thespecial knowledge of Johann Grander.
This information water is capable of transferring a higher order to non-revitalized water without coming in contact with it.
The special characteristics of revitalized water are transferrable to any water. The revitalisation is done by means of
the GRANDER® devices made of pure high-grade steel, which are filled with GRANDER® information water and are directly installed in the water lines or they are installed in the water taps.
The devices work without electricity, without chemical additives and do not require any service or maintenance.
The information transfer is done without direct contact. An achievement that has gone around the world and has been used by many.
Building the original order in the structure of water
Johann Grander’s water revitalisation rebuilds the original stability and order of water. In this way, it can regenerate
itself and it regains its full potency and vitality.
GRANDER water revitalisation is based on the ”principle of information transfer“, which means water can transfer information to other water without direct contact.
Water does not forget anything – water has a memory.
Water possesses an immune system that may serve as a feature protecting against polluted, external influences.
The inner structure of water is responsible for the quality of the immune system.
The stronger the inner structure, the more resistant is the water. Water revitalised through GRANDER remains structurally stable and, hence, resistent to external influences.
The ordered, stable, inner structure of water.
By improving the water structure, Johann Grander was able to create a new, healthy environment for valuable microorganisms, which should be present in healthy water.
In order to recognise the actual ”water health police“, it was necessary to work under the microscope with a very high amount of decomposition.
The microorganisms in one single drop are extremely multifaceted and carry out important tasks in relation to water’s self-purification. The basic prerequisite for this is an ordered and stable inner structure.