6-18-09 I HAD THE WONDERFUL PLEASURE OF TESTING THIS STUFF OUT JUST THIS PAST WEEK. IT WAS SENT TO ME BY A FRIEND. YOUR GETTING ONE VIAL OF THE WATER WHICH CAN BE SENT BACK TO ME AND REFILLED AS MANY TIMES AS YOU LIKE AS LONG AS YOU PAY THE POSTAGE.
Healing Waters in Tiacote Mexico
Waiting for their chance for a miracle, a line of people often stretches for over a mile on a dusty road in the little town of Tiacote, Mexico. More than 10,000 a day sometimes come to visit Jesus Chahin's well and to take away a can or two of the now-famous miracle water which is said to have cured everything from AIDS and cancer to obesity and high cholesterol.
Although the state health director has tested the water and says that it is normal for this region and safe to drink, Jesus Chahin says that it weighs less than normal water. Chahin, a wealthy man, has been giving the water away since last May when he accidentally discovered its healing properties by observing its swift healing effect on a farm dog who lapped up some of it. He thinks its healing properties may be connected to the fact that it weighs less than normal water.
Those who hope for healing continue to arrive and wait, unconcerned about any scientific explanations. Dominican nun Maria Guadalupe Aguilar drove 175 miles with Rev. Juan Crespo who suffers from prostate cancer, to see if the water can heal him. "For me", she says, "all of these things are God's miracles." (Source: Washington Post)
The word has spread, and since May 1991 millions of people have been to Tiacote and millions more have drunk the water, seeking help for diabetes, heart disease, cancer, AIDS, etc. The ranch owner, Mr. Chahin, keeps the registration files of every visitor, some of whom have traveled from as far as Europe and Russia. The daily line-up varies in size from 5,000 to 10,000 people.
It all started with a sick dog who recovered soon after drinking from a muddy puddle. A few people then cautiously tried the water, and they too were healed. And then more came and were healed in the farm village of Tiacote near Mexico City. The local priest applied to the Mexican government to have the water pumped and filtered, but it refused to provide any funding...until he sent water to a nearby army hospital, where six hundred soldiers were cured.