Dr. Len Horowitz on Spirituality, Water and DNA

For more on spirituality, DNA upgrades, 2012 and meditation, please visit www.in5d.com and http Dr. Leonard Horowitz speaks about spirituality, the importance of water and how water affects our DNA. Feel free to share this with your friends on Facebook, MySpace, through email and in forums. Honors for this video (2) #55 – Most Discussed (Today) – Science & Technology #25 – Top Favorited (Today) – Science & Technology

25 thoughts on “Dr. Len Horowitz on Spirituality, Water and DNA

  1. this is exactly what 2012 is all about.. its a paradigm shift. the world is not goin to end, it is mankinds old beliefs that are ending. . Humanity is EVOLVING.

  2. @in5d Nassim Haramein has a pretty technical breakdown of the nature of the universe and it gives a sort of a principal for matter creation, energy, life ect…

  3. @in5d take that logic back a couple hundred years and you have burning witches and flat planets.

  4. Einstein was raised by his Aunt who was a Christian Scientist. He was told he couldn’t learn in school, and true to CS, his aunt refused this claim.

  5. @gigiontube
    And lastly,
    Why on earth are you so obsessed with my butt-hole? The whole reason why I said it was demented had nothing to do with whether or not I believe colonics are healthy (yes they are!).

    It had EVERYTHING to do with the fact that it was just a gross and ridiculous way to open your argument to me.

    You act as if I’m some kind of bully, but you’re the one who pre-emptively copped the condescending attitude. Please grow up.

  6. @gigiontube

    My mind is only scientific compared to yours, and I think it’s really sad that you seem to intimate that would even be a bad thing. The truth is you want to hear nothing of true science, because when it is applied to things such as this video you are defending, the empty claims of it are shattered and your faith in it is exposed as blind.

  7. @gigiontube

    He did not believe in a Creator God. He spoke of God as a metaphor for nature, that is NOT a creator god. Furthermore it is clear he had NO BELIEF IN AN AFTERLIFE, so evidently, if he DID even believe in a deistic god, that god did not endow him with a soul.

    You put the term scientific mind in quotes as if that is a bad thing

  8. I did not say that Einstien went to church, or he was Penticostal or anything like that, all I said was he believed in God the Creator. And these videos are about exactly that. You have a history of picking on anyone with your “scientific” mind. Keep it to yourself and let other be. Some of us had enough “evidence”, we want to go beyong that…if that is okay with you.
    And cleansing your colon is not a demented grossness. You better research the subject before calling me demented.

  9. Lastly gigi, I just have to say that you are clearly the arrogant one of the two of us. I never even disputed the existence of god within any of the comments I left and yet you jumped straight into this BS point and incorrectly used an adamant atheist to support your sanctimonious attack against me… The facts do NOT support your claim and FYI, the fact that you started your initial comment with “you need to cleanse your colon” displayed your demented grossness right off the bat.

  10. Cont.

    You will find this is true if you research properly and furthermore if you scour for more quotes in which Eisntein does discuss this elusive god you will NEVER find a quote that supports a belief in a biblical interpretation of god…

    “It was of course a lie about my religous convictions, a lie that is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal god and have not denied this but have expressed it clearly.” – Einstein

  11. Gigi

    Einstein’s use of the word god was always as a sort of metaphor to describe the mysteries of physics and the natural world, this is known by scientists and historians alike. His only objection to being quoted by atheists is that he disliked their strident approach, not disagreed with their views.

    To take the quotes which you used out of context and use them falsely as a record of a supposed belief is to rob them of their nuance and to exploit them into something Einstien never intended.

  12. vadimcream
    In the view of such harmony in the cosmos which I, with my limited human mind, am able to recognise, there are yet people who say there is no God. But what makes me really angry is that they quote me for support for such views. (The Expanded Quotable Einstein, Princeton University Press, p. 214)

  13. vadimcream
    Then there are the fanatical atheists whose intolerance is the same as that of the religious fanatics, and it springs from the same source . . . They are creatures who can’t hear the music of the spheres. (The Expanded Quotable Einstein, Princeton University Press, 2000 p. 214)

  14. vadimcream
    I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know his thoughts. The rest are details. (The Expanded Quotable Einstein, Princeton University Press, 2000 p.202)

  15. @gigiontube

    Wow. Ok:

    “The word god is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honourable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish. No interpretation no matter how subtle can (for me) change this.”

    -Albert Einstein

  16. @gigontube

    “I do not believe in immortality of the individual, and I consider ethics to be an exclusively human concern with no superhuman authority behind it.”

    -Albert Einstein

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