This is the first in a series of 10 articles based on the book ‘Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger’ by Alick Bartholomew. When contemplating purchasing a water structuring unit, it is important to understand why we are trying to mimic nature’s fabulous design and the energy forces behind it. Schauberger was a pioneer in scientifically observing nature, especially water patterns in nature, and this book breaks down the science for easier understanding.
Nature’s way of structuring water is to have it move in a coned vortex pattern, starting from the outside to twist and move towards the center, a force which then propels it forward, cooling and condensing it at the same time. Modern technology uses heat and friction to move water from the center to the outside, a system that is inefficient and uses more water and energy than is necessary. That is why a mountain stream is so efficient, quiet
According to www.biologycorner.com, plants can contain up to 95% water. A very interesting experiment was done in the 1960’s by a polygraph expert, Cleve Backster. He hooked up a lie detector machine to a plant and noticed that when he thought about causing it harm, the plant gave a reaction recorded on the machine. Backster then tried to form a barrier between plants to disrupt their communication with each other but he could not do it.
Viktor Schauberger worried about energy pollution. Modern technology uses heat to make energy, factories expel hot fumes into the air, and studies show that appliances such as microwaves, mobile phones and wireless technology devices can release unseen electromagnetic frequencies. Nature’s way of energy uses motion and temperature levels that are of lower frequency and much more efficient. Nature is not only independent of needing anything.
Schauberger viewed water as a living organism. Our world today views it as something we can just use for any purpose that serves us, including dumping waste in it and changing its natural paths. This same organism can give life and take it away in the course of a natural disaster. Water must be respected just as much as human life! Victor was very connected to the life force of water:
The beauty of water’s cycle is so miraculous and wonderful! It is Earth’s circulation system and requires as little pollution as possible to work at its fullest potential. Bodies of water evaporate into the air, where the water molecules form clouds and rain. The rainwater travels in streams and ends up in more bodies of water. Temperature is an important factor in the cycle of water as well. While forming clouds at high altitudes, the water molecules cool
Springs are considered wells. They have always been thought to have healing powers. "I can remember living in the Ukraine for a summer in 1991. There was one spring with cool, clean water that people traveled for miles around to come visit and stock up on water. I can remember drinking directly from it with my hand and it was so refreshing on that hot summer day!" There are also hot springs, which are thought to be healing for physical aches and pains too.
Clean drinking water is in high demand! Several third world countries are suffering with lack of clean water, and many diseases and even death are resulting from this. Many large cities are rationing their water and reusing it up to twenty times. Less than 0.5% of Earth’s water is available to us.
So how can we help this situation? We can learn how to properly store water.
Viktor Schauberger observed the industrial machines of the world and wanted to make something more efficient and less polluting. He then incorporated his egg-shape and vortex ideas into his prototypes. Unfortunately much of his research and models were destroyed post WWII, but the fact remains that it is possible and could once again be done. Schauberger’s machines put out more power for less cost.
Viktor Schauberger has inspired many other scientists to emulate his example of subtle energy inventions to help the world flow more smoothly. He just wanted the best for both Nature and the human race. He knew that we hold the power to make the world whatever we want it to be. Here are some specific ways Schauberger’s life work has impacted the world: