FLASKA Structured Water Bottle
Flaska is a reusable glass water bottle which helps you care for your health as well as the environment. It is made from glass and is programmed using the TPS procedure. A bottle programmed this way changes the water’s vibrational structure.
Flaska Cork is protected by a sleeve made from cork, a sustainably grown natural material. It is also insulating and non-allergenic. The sleeves are handcrafted by the certified Spanish artisan Miguel Pacheco.
Glass programmed using the TPS procedure restructures the water in the bottle.
On its way from the spring to the tap, water travels through long straight pipes made from different materials — lead, asbestos, plastic, etc. This is not water’s natural environment, as water normally flows across different types of rock and through different layers of soil. Substances with which water comes into contact have a vibrational effect on the water, and this vibrational effect can be imprinted onto it for a certain period of time — coherent domains of water molecules resonate with this vibration for a longer period of time. The same thing happens in bottles or water dispensers in which water is stationary for a longer period of time.
With the Flaska bottle, we bring the vibrational structure of water closer to the structure of spring water, i.e. water in its natural environment. Using TPS (technology of programming silicon), a vibrational programme consisting of various kinds of information from nature, is imprinted into the glass:
First, three symbols are engraved into the glass: the first one is the batch designation (e.g. ACK1), which allows for quality management and monitoring. The second one is a (circular) cosmogram or a mandala, which provides protection of the vibration programme in the glass. The third symbol, ORO, in a rectangular frame ensures a more efficient water structuring.
The “old” vibrations are then removed from the glass in order to increase the efficiency of the programme written into the glass.
In the third phase, the bottles are programmed with orgone cannons manufactured by the German manufacturer Bioaktiv. The vibration programme contains various information from nature that are in harmony with the water structure and thus influence it. This phase of the process is the longest and takes 90 minutes. The vibration programme is then stored into the silicon dioxide (SiO2) in the glass – the glass contains approximately 71% of SiO2.
When water comes into contact with glass programmed in this manner, information is transferred onto it through the quantum electrodynamic oscillations of coherent domains in the glass.