In May 1991 when the pilgrims theoretically first heard of the miracle well and the first thousand people trekked some two miles up the gravel, dusty road seeking for a miracle . By July, 1992 over 5,000 people came. By this time, Chahin was logging the visitors by name and address in a log book. When Coty returned the following year Chahin brought him into his office. A month after the Washington Post story broke about Jesus Chahin’s well (fed by John Ellis distillers), an average of 10,000 people a day were showing up at the well. They slept on the ground or in their cars or vans, sometimes for as long as two days, waiting to fill their jerrycans at faucets installed by Chahin behind the hacienda walls. As the number of pilgrims grew, Chahin was forced to limit the amount of water each pilgrim could take to 2 1/2 gallons. While the Washington Post insisted on calling Chahin’s water a miracle, Chahin knew it was the distillers and not God that was creating the “miracle,” and tried to convince Coty of that fact. But Coty came to Mexico to write about a miracle, and 10 thousand people a day was miracle enough for him. But here’s the reality of the miracle well.
The John Ellis distillers process the water several times until the bond angle of the water expands from 104° to 114°. High solubility changes the bond angle enough that the oxygenated water is more than the oxygenated water referred to in a Sloan Kettering disclaimer. John Ellis noted during one conversation, you can oxygenate water with a blender. And while your stomach may enjoy the brief liquid repast, the water, as Sloan Kettering noted, will have no curative power since for oxygen to have any curative impact on any disease in the body of the person drinking it, the oxygen must enter the bloodstream not the digestive system. The John Ellis™ patented process creates the wider bond angle needed to oxygenate the lungs, thereby creating the ability for the lungs to actually absorb more oxygen.
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