The main idea is that from water comes life. Without water there can be no life. It has been estimated that humans are anywhere from 60-90% water. All life as we know it requires it. If our bodies are truly our vessels for experiencing life then it made sense to me that the soul could easily be the water we need in order to live, or stay in our vessel.
In the movie "What the Bleep do we Know" images are shown of crystalized water. The images and research were conducted by Dr. Emoto, an author known for his controversial claim that if human speech or thoughts are directed at water droplets before they are frozen, images of the resulting water crystals will be beautiful or ugly depending upon whether the words or thoughts were positive or negative.
Encouraged by his findings, Emoto began studying the effects of prayer, blessings, and spoken words. Not surprisingly, his results indicated that water crystal formation was also sensitive to these things--yielding his current hypothesis;
“Molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words, and feelings.”
This line of thinking lead me to the idea that water could be our soul. If we drink water and learn something does water retain those ideas? When we release water or use it up so it goes out into the world is that somehow contributing to the knowledge of the world? I did further research and speculation on the idea and remembered that jesus and water were very significant.
He walked on water, he baptised people with water, he turned water into wine. There is even a story where demons are inside of a man and Jesus is going to take them out. The demons ask him to put them into the swine (pigs) rather than cast them out. He does so and as soon as he did the pigs all ran into the ocean and drowned. Is there something there? Jordan Maxwell certainly thought so.
I will add more when i get more. :p