The discovery of HealtH2O water


In 1984 near Estereo Hondo, in the middle of mystic Andean jungles, venerated as the holiest site of ancient civilizations, Dr. Guillermo Sotomayor discovered HealtH2O water.

The water samples were examined by more than 14 analysis laboratories in the United States, as well as The Austrian Institute of Water, who discovered that this particular water’s mineral content corresponded exactly in quality and quantity to the optimal mixture for our cells to absorb.

In addition to being the discoverer of HealtH2O, Dr. Sotomayor was a benchmark scientist who, with other researchers, discovered a deep tunnel that hid an archaeological treasure of various pieces and artifacts of unknown age and origin.

La Mana and the Planetary Findings


The city of La Mana - Ecuador, is 7,470 miles away from the pyramids of Giza. Such distance is exactly 30% of the circumference of the Earth. In this area, 300 stones artifacts were found.

The designs were consistent with prehistoric civilizations of the Asian southeast and even its logographic shapes can be reasonably compared to the Sanskrit. All the rocks reacted under the ultraviolet light, forming the constellations of Orion and Pleiades that began to shine like stars in the night sky.

There were also finely carved discs with geometric mandalas. The findings also included 13 jade cups of varying sizes with similar symbols of the Maya as well as other contemporaneous western mystical concepts, human effigies doing rituals and heads of snakes only existing in Asia.

Other archeological findings


Among the principal findings, there were also found: The image of a cobra that resembles those only seen in Asia and Africa. The kundalini (“the coiled one” in Sanskrit) represents the flow of prana (life force) energy present in the human body

Prana is used to elevate your consciousness through the natural chakra (a word meaning “wheel”) system by aligning each of the seven spinning, vibrating centers of the body.

The design, technology and finishings of these of these incredible objects eliminates their categorization into any South American culture. Aside from similarities with the numeric culture of the Maya, the symbolism present in the shapes, designs and writing inlaid on the artifacts have more relation to the Sanskrit culture seen in Southeast Asia. The very name of the town, “Mana”, comes from Sanskrit for “The Mind” or “The Mental Body”