The city of La Maná, Ecuador is located 7,470 miles from the Giza pyramids. This distance represents exactly 30.0% of the circumference of the earth. In this area some expeditioners lead by Guillermo Sotomayor, who discovered the aquifers of HEALtH2O, found certain archeological pieces that include a pyramid carved from stone with an inlay of a human eye very similar to what the ancient cultures called the "third eye" (this same eye shows up at the peak of the pyramid on the US one dollar bill). To date, the archeological findings in La Maná have not been identified with any known civilization or ancient culture known in South America. To the contrary, the shapes and patterns of these archaeological pieces seem to be consistent with the Sanskrit culture. This story is congruent with the legend of the three pyramids that act as cosmic antennas on the planet: the first is Cheops in Egypt, the second is in Sumeria, and the third, was found by Sotomayor buried in the Sacred Mountain of La Maná, Ecuador in the 1980´s. Indeed, the translation of ¨Maná¨ from the Sanskrit language (one of the oldest languages of mankind), means Mind or Mental Body. Curiously, the characteristics of the area of La Maná are very special due to the presence of organic gold in the water. This is a phenomenon which hydrologists consider to only occur in the highest quality sources of water on the planet.