Baikal, the Water Ceremony with Masaru Emoto
In Russia there are no roads, just directions
Napoleon I Bonaparte
In the morning on August 2, 2008 I was flying from Novosibirsk to Irkutsk. Why from Novosibirsk? Because on August 1 we were to take part in a large program of the Academy of Sciences of Russia on the measurement of the solar eclipse. I specially flew to Novosibirsk to take part in these measurements and to observe this rare cosmic phenomenon. The results were very interesting, we will tell about them in a separate essay.
Why was I to fly to Irkutsk? Because on the Lake there was scheduled the Ceremony of Blessing the Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto. I was invited to participate in this ceremony, of course, taking measurements.
Our plane landed in Irkutsk about 5 pm. I was already being met; the car was Japanese, with the right hand drive, as it is usual in these places. The distance from Irkutsk to the small town of Sahurta on the shores of Lake Baikal is about 250 km. The road ran through the Siberian taiga, but when an hour later we entered the territory of Buryatia the landscape changed dramatically: we were surrounded by endless hills covered with bright green grass on which herds of cows and horses were grazing. Approximately three hours later we stopped, and the driver Roman asked me: “Do you want to look at Lake Baikal?” I got out and climbed the top of the nearest hill. In front there opened a breathtaking view. Far below us a narrow bay of Lake Baikal stretched, surrounded by wooded hills. The edge of the horizon in the West was ablaze with bloody sunset light. After 15 minutes we entered the territory of the tourist facilities constructed on a steep rocky cliff.
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