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Balance Perhaps the most important of Schauberger’s insights that we have to heed is the importance of balance in Nature. In this way Nature’s balance is upset, the most obvious being the supremacy today of the more aggressive energies of humankind.
To them, the world of matter and reason and the world of spirit and the awareness of God were all one. As their critical velocities are exceeded, vortices or countercurrents are formed along the rear part of the trout’s body, providing a counterthmst to the current, allowing the trout to remain stationary in the fast flowing water.
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If it makes more sense to you, call it ‘spiritual’ science. The heavy log swung first to the right, then to the left, twisting like a snake, its head high as it floated away quickly.
The most fascinating discussion involved water, and the fact that it ot a living entity. The Life of Trees Web, Tablet, Phone, eReader.
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Often subsequently, I witnessed the same sequence of behaviour of a trout leaping up a high waterfall. Viktor Schauberger uses explicit sexual terms to explain this vital natural process.
The ihdden as the key to creative evolution The vortex is a window between different qualities or levels of energy. The curves of the flume were correct; of that there was no doubt.
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A collection of minute, invisible, weightless things gidden large and visible. It is how energetic information is transferred from one object to another. This is the best non fiction book I have read. From the tornado to plant growth, it is Nature’s mechanism for transforming energy from one level to another Fig.
Several generations of his family had lived in the unspoilt Alpine forests. When you rub your finger round the rim of a ihsights glass, its note will sound. Thus species after species is disappearing sim- ply because the prevailing creative energy pool available for quali- tative evolution is absent. We shall, therefore, bring into twenty-first century relevance his views of how Nature works and where our society has gone wrong, to see what we can learn from his insights.
This energy could be tamed by mak- ing it flow into curves and spirals. He found two forms of motion in Nature: Professor Frank Brown of Northwestern University has shown how the ‘biological clocks’ that initiate cyclical activities like rat- running, and colour change in fiddler crabs are subject to lunar rhythms. The main obstacles to their introduction include personal harassment from agents of the energy ‘establishment,’ the lack of imagination by politicians and investors, and the vested interests of the fossil fuel industries, whose lobbying of government is bent on delaying as long as possible the day when people will be able to gain their true independence by producing cheaply their own power needs at home, as Schauberger envisaged.
It’s a question of density. Then you draw the Moon on the same scale, sitting on top of the Earth. The Life of Trees There was one beech tree studied that did not show these phenomena. He also foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and ecological destruction of our The trees, reaching up to the Sun, power houses for transforming energy, are driven by living water, ameliorating the climate near the ground, controlling erosion and helping to main- tain the life-giving water cycle.
Austrian naturalist Viktor Schauberger was far ahead of his time. This combining with the free oxygen in the water, causes the water body to expand, with an effect on the fish similar to squeezing a bar of wet soap in your hand. To give rein to free thought, to allow our minds to flow freely and unimpeded, is too fraught with complications. Both are forms of reality, but unless we are able to bring the two aspects meaningfully together, the world will present noth- ing but incomprehensible riddles to us.
Despite, or perhaps because of, his interrupted education, Viktor retained a great thirst for knowledge.
Another experience that Viktor often quoted as significant for his growth in understanding, occurred when he had shot a chamois buck on a frosty night under the full Moon. My older sister gave me this book and I tried my darnedest to get into it.
Far more energy in terms of fuel must be applied than is produced, in most cases more than twice.