Evidence of Unusual Properties of Water
Since there is no real recorded history before relatively modern times, due to the fact that it was destroyed, research on ancient references to water produces only a few. Herodotus (484-424 BC) refers to Lustral Water, and the Egyptians, having hundreds and hundreds of drawings and reliefs carved into walls, show water acting in unusual ways. They also show a specially shaped vessel called a sprinkler that had multiple streams of liquid coming out of the same opening and at arched angles. In the drawings it is always held in the same location near the bottom, which isolates the hand from the main body of the vessel; it appears to be a separate piece (in the red oval). The extreme arched flow in the drawings indicates that the water flow defies gravity.
Note here how Herodotus, noted Greek historian, makes reference to this unusual form of water, "Lustral Water," which could easily mean that the water glowed or was electrified. Note the unusual shape of the gold sprinkler in the photo.

Note again the three flows of water coming out of the sprinkler in the red circle.

Note the engraved shape of the vessels in the granite relief (see red oval).
This illustration is of 172 men pulling an estimated 58-ton statue of Djehutihotep. Note that the men are pouring liquid out of a vessel without a flat bottom. (See in red circle.) Note that the men are carrying more vessels without flat bottoms. This may indicate that electrified water has some use for decreasing friction.
Note two flows from sprinkler at an angle.

Note the three flows coming from one sprinkler that separate into two different containers.
These sprinklers were important enough to be engraved in granite.

This type of vessel, called a sprinkler, is present in most all Egyptian carvings and drawings.
A sacred bucket that could not be set down on the ground; it could only be hung. They say it contained a special holy water.

A man drinking something out of a vessel that is sitting in a wooden cradle.

Three flows coming out of one sprinkler.
Note the angled flow of liquid coming out of sprinklers in red oval.

More arced shapes with sprinklers, this is not characteristic of normal water.
Man in red circle appears to be in the process of being electrified or energized with something. Could it be Earthmilk? Note the two sprinklers.
This drawing is very unusual. Using the Egyptian ankh, the sign of life in lieu of the traditional flow of arched water. I believe it is showing us the life force that exists in Earthmilk electrified or energized water.
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