Restoring the Goddess through Water
A visionary’s prescription for healing our water
An interview with Randy Masters
By Jan Cercone
I am the woman
I am the flow
I am the ocean
Hear what I know
JC: What is the main question people have about water?
RM: I am not sure that people really value or understand what water really does. Water supports the electric system, cleans the veins and arteries, mineralizes the body, cleans out toxins, lubricates the body so it is not stiff and hydrates the cells. There is not enough basic education about what really good water is all about. We have accepted substitutes. Like soft drinks with aspartame served in aluminum and plastic containers instead of glass.Most people are dehydrated or even get sick drinking the prescribed eight glasses of water per day given the water quality. If the quality is not there, it will not hydrate the body. Even though we are born from a water solution, bathe in water, drink water, we still don’t get what water is all about. We are working on a film to increase the consciousness about water for an institute called Jii, the African Mandinka word for water. One of the goals is to bring people with solutions together so they are not isolated. We want to help people raise their awareness of water and then water can reflect that shift in consciousness. To restore water would be to restore the commitment to the ongoing livingness on our planet. Much like the seven generations thinking that many cultures have had. We have a throw away culture here, for profit and for convenience. That’s all a function of consciousness and attitude and water picks up every bit of that attitude
JC: How did you, a musician, composer, lecturer on Music of the Spheres, become involved with a visionary water project?
RM: Over the years while doing workshops more and more people wanted to know about water. The issue surfaced in the course of focusing on the unified field or how the universe is created by sound, and light and geometry. I began researching the physics of water, looking for the sound frequencies that were important to water’s integrity, health and then even the sound frequencies that may have been connected with the creation of water. Since in the beginning was the word and everything was created out of sound, it’s like saying “let there be water,” what sounds would allow water to emerge? We can follow that thought all the way somewhere into creation. I did get three different sound frequencies from a physicist that, set on an electronic machine, generate waves of the frequency of the water molecule. I converted them into sound and made everything from tuning forks to wind chimes so we could hear those frequencies in some comfortable audible octave. I was curious; what are these notes really saying? And if we listen to the notes that supposedly were involved with the creation of water, what happens to the water in our system? Do these notes restructure water? Do they remind water of its inherent original blueprint when it was first created? That’s how far back I wanted to take this creation story. All of that came out of the same question that I originally asked the Universe…. I want to know how sound really works.
And what are sounds that the creator of all it is used? And how can we be co-creators and learn to responsibly interact with those sound frequencies to add coherency to our world,to improve things…water quality, health?My whole approach is that everything vibrates and originally came out of sound, even before light. We hear those phrases from the bible, Let there be light, but they didn’t say Let there be sound. They literally sounded light into being. So I take that metaphor and in a way, back engineer it. I work my way back through creation to what primordial sounds ignited the blue print. That is why I am interested in the sound that comes out of the black hole that the scientists recently measured as being perhaps one of the original sounds. I look for what sound frequencies we could play back to water, to remind water of its original spiritual source that may reset its genetic blueprint and might even correct problems in the water such as chemical and toxin pollution, thought pollution. What kinds of thoughts have gotten into water that have taken water off course?Water, I feel, is saying “I need some help. There is so much going down in this world that’s overpowering my ability to correct and make myself available as the creator intended. I need you to work with me…. please listen to me, help me, so together we can get back on track”
JC: As you are investigating the properties of water are you saying you are finding ways to bring the balance back to water using music?
RM: Yes, whether we say music or sound. You could take a tuning fork and put the fork on the glass of water and restructure the water. When you work with sound, the water in the cell and around the cell gets structured. It is important that the water has the right clarity to clean the toxins from inside and around the cell. It doesn’t want to let the pollution come into the control center, or the center of the cell. Water is impacted throughout the body by everything we hear and listen to. I am looking at what are the tones and tonal combinations so that when a bio unit, like a human being, is impacted by these sounds the water becomes coherent and life-giving.
JC: Do you have a vision that sound can have global applications for our larger bodies of water, our lakes and oceans?
RM: I do see it. All bodies of water can be affected by it….depending on the level it is delivered. Sound frequencies can be used for desalination. It’s about the right use of frequency and we wouldn’t be given these gifts unless we had the right consciousness to perceive it and work with it.But this is a political question. If we have fresh water available to the deserts, to all people, it changes the economics that people are so invested in. So our water is kept in this paradigm.For this world to sing, the water has to be clean enough to carry those tones, and when water is clean there is a different song that it sings. We need water to sing that song.
JC: You have mentioned before in lectures that by restoring the Goddess we can heal our water, can you explain what you mean by this?
RM: Yes, I believe that water is the single most important metaphor for restoring the Goddess, the feminine nature since all of life is born out of the feminine in the void. In the quest to conquer nature, we had a falling out of a grace where we began working against nature. It’s like falling out of the consciousness that would preserve and respect life, being a good steward for life, to one that abuses it. The feminine energy is what is going to stand up and say No, no more.
JC: So you are saying water is almost a metaphor on how we live on earth?
RM: Not almost, to me it is the fundamental metaphor that exposes all of the rest of the deceptions, myths and the false illusions about how life works. This one single element is a mirror, like looking in the pond and seeing the mirror. When it gets clear, we’ll see the right type of reflection
JC: Given the state of our water, what can conscious individuals do to insure that their own water supply is clean?
RM: Request clean, de-chlorinated water at restaurants. Using filters at home helps the water have cleaner “coherency” when it flows back into the ground. Demand the water companies clean up their act. Block the privatization of water. It’s criminal for private corporations to own bodies of water. This creates water wars and manipulation, not stewardship. In one town in Bolivia an American corporation made it illegal for people to catch rain water. Imagine…trying to claim water at the God source. People have gone completely unconscious and aren’t even aware of it. Every person, wherever they are, can do something. It can be as simple as blessing the water, loving the water, allowing it to change. You don’t have to have a piece of technology. Use spiritual technology. Love, guide it, structure the water and drink it. Do that for your plants, washing machine, for everything. It’s a shift of attitude and that attitude will build till there is agreement that says we will not allow any more abuse of water anywhere.
JC: Some companies state their water units change the structure of water, are they trying to approximate the perfect shape of water?
RM: There are several home units that have integrity.With the right balance water has a different surface tension, a life force in it, and wetness that is able to pierce into the nucleus of cells where it hydrates the body and cleans out the toxins. It contains the geometric, mathematical codes and frequencies with no pollution. But it can still hold “thoughts” in it. For example, even when chlorine is removed, if you don’t clean the etheric field, the water still contains the imprint and memory of chlorine. Water is like a super tape recorder, it remembers everything…but it can be cleaned.
JC: Do our friends the dolphins have a key to helping us remember how to clean up our waters?
RM: I believe that the dolphins can make sounds that restructure water, they blow bubbles that are Torus shaped, a fundamental re-creating form. They can make certain sounds to restructure water, and they are doing that. Researchers studying the dolphin’s communications are hearing dolphin songs that are known ancient human melodies…Vedic songs that the dolphins are actually singing note for note. Who got it first?
JC: It’s like the saying; we need to care about our neighbors children as much as our own?
RM: Yes. They have water that has been cleaned up in certain villages in Africa but once people leave their own village they get sick and die. That’s very serious. That is the metaphor of how you cannot just clean it up in one little spot, it’s the whole thing.
In Australia they developed a program to clean up the beaches so they build pipelines that shipped all of the sewage a little farther out in the ocean. Sure, the beaches look clean for now. But it’s polluting and sooner or later all of that is going to wash up, sewage, pharmaceutical run off, and toxins. They think the ocean will just absorb it all but the fish are dying, the coral reefs are dying.
JC: Can this be reversed?
RM: It can be turned around, even though some scientists say we have passed that point. If there is enough love, that will create the exception that will allow the techniques to quantumly clean up things, more than linearly. There is enough love to turn the whole thing around and that is water is asking us to do. Love is strong enough to prevent an asteroid from striking the earth. We shift what we attract. We will even attract solutions that may not even be in the akashic records now.
JC: Kate Munger of the Threshold Choir and her singers have sung to heal the Russian River … So focusing our love and intention can make a difference?
RM: Certainly. That can happen in everybody’s life. Even thinking of the water lovingly will communicate to all the water of the world. It will also communicate to the water in every body, the reptiles, animals, insects, plants, and humans. The more coherent it gets, the more coherent it gets. You know the worse it gets, the worse it gets? Well it’s the same the other way. Except with love, it spreads faster.
JC: How can give incentives to the polluters to change their operations?
RM: One way is to make it profitable for them to care. You use the very thing that is their primary motivation. Not that they are going to control it and charge people so much that they starve and die of thirst because they can’t afford water but to make it more profitable to clean it. That basic disrespect for life needs to be turned around. They can be shown how they can forgive and change and as powerfully as they have destroyed life they can flip it around and support life. There are individuals who could single handedly clean the water of an entire country with their billions. Bush, or even Arnold could turn it around with the right education and initiatives. They could become heroes.
JC: Are we ready for a closing statement?
RM: It is not closed until it is cleaned up. It is not possible. I mean to care enough to make sure that all the necessary ingredients, the minimum, are available to all people: Clean housing, honor dignity, and sanitation. And clean water is at the heart of it all. Until we can accomplish that, the topic must remain open. I don’t intend it to be closed.