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The Earth environment provides an extremely narrow tempera- ture range compared to the extremes found in the Universe. While the life sciences, for the most part, are still imprisoned in the mechanistic view of life, the physical sciences are undergoing a revolution.
Motion is crucial An understanding of motion may be the most important of Schauberger’s discoveries. These energy pulsations which at one moment dissociate or disconnect, and at another recombine both energy and matter, are the mechanism for creating the countless individualities and qualities that make up life as we know it. We shall not discuss in detail here the important energy shifts that are occurring on our planet at this time.
However, Viktor Schauberger demonstrated that its opposite, levity, is tremendously important in Nature. Schauberger invented a number of ‘over-unity’ machines that produced a substantial excess of power over input. This is sometimes used as a metaphor for the bal- anced personality. If you consider masculine energy to be represented by rationality, concern with the physical, forceful, expansive and indi- vidualistic; and the feminine by a tendency to be inclusive, intuitive, connecting and compassionate — then most will agree we need a swing of the pendulum towards the latter.
These subtle energies are essential to the increasing quality Nature demands in her evolu- tionary process. Schauberger shows us the way ahead. This turns out to be the mag- ical proportion favoured by Nature in her designs.
These were, however, rejected by the administrators of the estate as totally unworkable, as the proposed method went completely against accepted hydraulic principles. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
In the last century, ornamentation has been stripped away in architectural design and we are left with buildings that present a naked angularity and sterile uniformity of agricultural monoculture. So wispy and light, each cloud may contain hundreds or thousands of tons of tiny individual droplets of water, invisible and in constant motion. The square is too mechanical, a long rectangle too awkward. This book will most certainly transform you views on water.
Nature’s system is non-Euclidean, open and dynamic; its ele- ments are open spirals forms, shell, egg and vortical forms. He also foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and ecological destruction of our age. He was influenced by Theosophical thinking that conceives the Universe as a holistic system, and criticized contemporary thinking that cannot accept our subservience to Nature; he said that this limitation of nagure prevents us accepting our place in the Universe, of which the consciousness we call Nature is shartling part.
Imagine trying to be creative in a steel mill or a slaughterhouse! We are clearly influenced by the beliefs of the culture into which we are born.
Floris- Nature – pages. Its shiny scales minimize friction with the water, but they also create scores more of little vortices that amplify the upstream counter current, particularly towards the tail, which cancel out the pressure on the fish’s snout. It floated down for about metres and then suddenly grounded on the bottom, causing the water behind to rise and overflow the flume.
He was fas- cinated by how the trout could lie motionless in the strongest current and then, if alarmed, without warning, would dart upstream rather than be carried down with the flow. As a boy he would spend hours by himself in the forests, exploring streams, watching the animals and studying the plants.
He saw that we were hell-bent on a path of self-destruction, and predicted that, within a generation, our climate would become more hostile, our food sources would dry up, there would be no healthy water, and ill- ness, misery and violence would predominate.
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The veneration of springs– Seepage springs– True springs– How spring water rises– Energy from deep ocean Similarly it takes generations to satrtling safely to a change in the environment for instance, as a result of global warming or microwave radiation.
Not only do plants respond as if they had a nervous system, but they also exhibit a capacity for memory. We are not talking about religion, beliefs or values, but about things that actu- ally happen on a nonmaterial level. This downwardly-directed whirlpool drags everything with increasing suction with it into the depths.
If we may imagine that all that can be preserved is what remains, we forget hiddeen Nature has her own urge to proceed with evolution.
An example of this was his discovery that Nature Fig. Schaubfrger life force Ch’i that moves along the energy meridians in the human body was recognized by the Chinese sev- eral thousand years ago. Paperbackpages. Working with Nature They understood many of Nature’s laws. The Allies seemed to be well aware of Schauberger’s part in developing this secret weapon.
The spiral is the most common vehicle for ‘correspon- dences’ — as above, so below. He also foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and ecological destruction of our age.
The Energy Revolution It is about, as Schauberger used to say, ‘thinking an octave higher. After a lot of despair, loose ends and fruitless search for answers over the years, it has all come together thanks to your book, and I now understand how humanity has gone wrong. When it stopped spinning it seemed then to float motionlessly upward. Implosion Nature’s methods of producing energy are silent, but inherently far more effective and powerful than our mechanical techniques, natyre Schauberger was to prove with his implosion machines that pro- duced prodigious amounts of power.
It is how energetic information is transferred from one object to another. Born one of nine children, he seemed to get on well schauerger his sib- lings.