Updated: Dec 24, 2021

You are made of water and crystal elements and a type of plasma which carries electrical flow.

To understand how your body works, you first must know what you are made out of as Structure will always determine the Function.

On a basic level, you are made mostly from Water!

According to the water science research book The Water Codes, 99% of your molecules are made of water.

What is left over?

Elements make up mineral content in varied arrangements.

From bones to ligaments, to softer tissues, the entire structure is made from the proportions of minerals inside different stages of water flow and water + elemental phase state change.

The elements in differing proportional arrangements form crystal like structures when joined together in a lattice.

Histological sample of bone

Nothing is ever still in nature, especially water.

Your body is alive and ever changing.

Even crystals are growing, though at a very slow rate.

Water has Four Phases of State change


When water cools down.

Think of ice.

Not much movement happening.


This state helps water to move easily from place to place.

In terms of your body, examples are urination, stomach acid, blood, sweat, tears.


When water is heated up, it begins to evaporate into a gaseous state,

or steam, creating pressure changes.

You can observe this in nature when the sun heats up an ocean of water, the water evaporates and intermingles with the atmosphere causing weather changes, depending on a multitude of environmental influences.

As the gas state of elements cools down, a water state is resumed and rain returns the water to the ocean.

Natures Bio Feedback.

Think of your lungs breathing Oxygen which is an element in a gaseous state.

Hydrogen is also a gas, present with Oxygen to form Water molecules.

All elements can change state and turn into different elements depending on temperate and pressure changes.


When gas (e.g. hydrogen + oxygen) is heated, a type of plasma is produced,

capable of holding great electrical charge.

In terms of water, it has been named the 4th Phase of Water

(not solid, not liquid, not gas)

When bonding happens between our hydrogen atoms,

electrical energy is generated, which produces magnetic fields.

In essence, the water that we are made from generates and carries electrical charge!



Potential Hydrogen

Cellular Voltage

All cells behave as small batteries capable of storing electrical charge.

If we run low on charge, our whole system suffers at a cellular level.

Jerry Tennant has shown that pH is actually a measurement of VOLTAGE INSIDE A LIQUID.

The above chart shows the correspondence between Cell Voltage and Cell pH