THE WATER WIZARD: The Extraordinary Properties of Natural Water, by VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER, translated and edited by CALLUM COATS. All life depends. be developed to present a variety of information on Viktor Schauberger, and the question of “living water” (sometimes called “activated” or “structured” water). Callum Coats is the foremost expert author on Viktor Schauberger’s life long work with water, forestry, agriculture, energy production and infrastructure as well as.
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One eventually comes to the conclusion that all today’s failures derive liviny the mistakes which have taken place in the ground, in the water and in the air. The Dying Rhine 46 8. In the main I have allowed Schauberger himself and his close associates to do the explaining, and have tried to restrict my own commentary as much as possible. By way of these obliquely placed flutes, the water is propelled into vikfor spiral motion in the middle of the flow channel from Austrian patent 13 45 Schauberger is a prophet of the forest, calling us out from the desert and into the wilderness.
World Living Water Systems Ltd. This depended on the right temperature, the correct profile of the chute, and finally a meandering route. It is not a question of the forest remaining unutilized bv man; but present methods make no sense and display a total ignorance of the laws of forest and water.
Ground Preparation after Tree Felling 70 Lists with This Book. The academics were particularly annoyed that schaugerger ‘upstart’ should have both the power to give directives on technical questions, which he could not possibly know much about, given his low level of education, and also command a salary to which he had no right as a non-academic.
He died days after his return to Austria.
Through observations and experiments he had become aware of the contrast between Nature’s way of working, and man-made technology. Open Preview See a Problem? On the other hand, the destructive and dissolving form of movement is centrifugal in Nature- it forces the moving medium from the centre outwards towards schaubergeer periphery in straight lines.
As a gamekeeper in a remote forest region hardly visited by man, I was able to make these observations and they led me to the idea of implosion.
The smaller one at the steep bank becomes the larger one at the outside of the next bend. The Life and Death of a Forest 66 5. The flow of the main mass of water has the effect of selecting its load so that the coarse matter begins to drop away and is gradually drawn to the sides where the water is more turbulent, and where the mechanical process of breaking up into smaller fragments takes place.
He drew up a new blueprint for growth, which, although in conflict with the natural order was, in his opinion, more effective.
B shows how the axis of flow will be moved from 2 to 3 after the barrier has been working for some time. During this period he developed very profound and radical theories, later to be confirmed practically, concerning water, the energies inherent in it and its desired natural form of motion.
As a pointer as to how such a new technology should come about, let me quote Viktor Schauberger once more:. This water forced artificially from the depths was ‘immature’ – it had not yet passed through the whole of its natural cycle, and therefore in the long term would be injurious to man, animals and even plants. With incorrect, ignorant handling, however, it becomes diseased, imparting this condition to all other organisms, vegetable, animal and human alike, causing their eventual physical decay and death, and in the case of human beings, their moral, mental and spiritual deterioration as well.
Viktor Schauberger, Living Water and Natural Harmonies
He studied the chute, analysed its profile and curve mathematically, looked at charts of water movement lifing temperature – in short, he directed all his considerable knowledge as an accepted expert on water and waterworks to the problem, but without success.
Alongside well- defined areas of noble trees, conditions of apparent chaos can be found, which can best be described as irregular confusion.
The hydrogen is then bound by the oxygen, which leads to the water’s slow degeneration, its loss of carrying power, and encouragement of pathogenic bacteria. Schauberger could well appreciate this as he recognized it as a movement that was found in all life’s processes. There was little time, as the opening ceremony was scheduled for the following day.
What is Living Water?
A Son of Water and Forests Viktor Schauberger came from ancient Bavarian aristocracy who had lost their privileges and family residence, Schauburg, aroundafter a feud with the powerful prelate, the Bishop of Passau. These force the water into a spiral motion, which should increase its quality, while at the same time considerably reducing the resistance in the pipe.
In the next moment the water in the trough must overflow. The water wants to flow in this way, and builds up these shaded banks to protect itself from direct sunlight’.
In turn, more curves were straightened downstream, and the process was repeated. Schauberger answered that this could not be answered in a few words, as the Rector anticipated.
This lifting power of diamagnetism operates in opposition to gravitation. The largest logs snugly filled the width such giant trees still existed at that time so that there was little room left for the water. Here there was a spring that had earlier been waterr by schzuberger stone hut This had subsequendy been pulled down to expose the spring to light and sun. Due to timber clearance, the metallic types of medicinal herbs can no longer thrive.
Water is water- but he would wqter discover this. Schauberger was to work for him building log flumes throughout Europe. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This is how a constant supply of nutrition is made available for vegetation, and deposited at root level. Here in the cool, diffused light of the forest it begins its long, life-giving cycle as a schauberfer, lively, translucent stream, bubbling, gurgling, whirling and gyrating as it wends its way valleywards. Wqter proposals to transport timber by water were always rejected because these methods usually caused more damage to the timber than the cost of providing roads and forest ways.
This began with the timber cutting in the Swiss Alps in the region of its source. Steinhard had many successful technicians and architects under him. Rumour soon spread that Viktor Schauberger could make living water’ and people streamed to his home to try it. A time will come when you will be understood.