Tickets on Sale for Talk by Masuru Emoto at UNC Asheville;
Work Featured in the Film "What the 'Bleep' Do We Know?"
UNC Asheville will host a talk on “The Mystery of
Water and Humans” by Masuru Emoto, whose work with water crystals was
highlighted in the hit movie “What the ‘Bleep’ Do We Know?,” at 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 28, at UNC Asheville’s Lipinsky Auditorium. A book signing
will begin at 6 p.m. in the lobby.
Emoto maintains that water exposed to loving words
shows brilliant, complex and colorful snowflake patterns, while water
exposed to negative thoughts form incomplete, asymmetrical patterns,
with dull colors. Emoto asserts that because human beings and the Earth
are 70 percent water, both could be positively impacted by the conscious
expression of love and goodwill. His book describing this work, “The
Hidden Messages in Water,” has been translated into 20 languages.
Tickets are on sale now. General admission tickets
are $30. Seating is limited; advance purchase of tickets is strongly
advised. Tickets are only available online at www.etix.com or by calling
Emoto’s talk is sponsored by UNC Asheville’s
Cultural & Special Event Office in conjunction with Sweetwater
For more information, call UNC Asheville’s Box
Office at 828/232-5000.
- Barbara Halton-Subkis, UNC Asheville Cultural & Special Events
- Jill Yarnall, UNC Asheville Public Information Assistant Director,