Saturday, July 16, 2011

Viktor Schauberger and 'Living Water: Source of Alternative Energy'

Viktor Schauberger

The above name for this post's subject matter is actually taken from a book written by a Swedish author named Olaf Alexandersson who worked with Schauberger the last couple of years of Viktor's life. You could say that the book "Living Water" describes a pioneering iconoclast of sorts in Schauberger who went against the conventional scientific understanding of physics and revealing an entirely new way of looking at the natural world as it really is. Viktor Schauberger (1885 - 1958) came from a family of foresters in Austria. He was a Forester, Naturalist and self taught physicist. 

He broke through the conventional scientific dogmas and offered a refreshing and enlightening understand of just how the natural world works and how humans and their technology could work with nature as opposed to the destructive way humans abuse earth's natural resources presently. He lived at a time when much of the Earth still had abundance of pristine old growth forests. He could observe healthy natural phenomena which sadly is nonexistent today in most areas around our globe. He made a profound observation (mentioned in the book) where he pinpointed the Earth's various pristine environment's deterioration and destruction from the start  World War I onward to the present. But it's his work with water and theories of deriving energy from water that are the most fascinating.

Viktor Schauberger observed the natural movements of water in rivers creeks and streams and created many theories and inventions based on these observations and experiments.  In fact he won several awards for his River engineering designs for reconstructing and bringing back damage hydrological water courses to a pristine state they originally had. This goes along with many other testimonials by well known people from the same period who historically mark World War I as a major turning point in human activity and affairs upon the Earth.

One of the fascinating features for me in the book was Viktor Schauberger's comment of water's natural ability of upwards movement in a healthy pristine old growth forested ecosystem. He also explained that with this upwards movement came beneficial and necessary salts [an old expression meaning trace elements] from deep in the earth which would feed and nourish the plant life above ground. Under cover of old growth forest canopy water does indeed seem to have an energetic upwards movement as evidenced by numerous springs. Remove and take that forest cover away and these springs disappear. This was observed by Viktor Schauberger when he observed a stone covered spring with a roof overhead. When the stones were removed and taken away and the spring exposed to sunlight, the spring water disappeared. When put back the spring reappeared. Viktor in many ways couldn't explain in the same scientific terms what we understand today. That's why I love to focus on many forest mechanisms he wrote about observing. Sadly much of this fascinating phenomena is rapidly disappearing. Viktor had a real front row seat privilege to witness first hand just how these forested ecosystems in a healthy pristine environment actually operated and functioned.

 I won't spend too much time on this anymore, but many things observed and written about by Viktor Schauberger were ultimately used in the numerous inventions he created and patented. What has come about now as far as the mechanical understanding of what could create upwards movement of water in any forest ecosystem and indeed any vegetative system is what I'll focus on in a future post. Unfortunately the majority of those discussion groups who say they relate to Schauberger's theories are focused solely on his inventions like the Flying Saucer models for which he was renowned for when employed by the Nazis during the end of World War II. Often these groups are involved in conversations dealing with government conspiracies, Aliens, Spirit Realm and so forth and I become disinterested at that point. So I'm a skeptic, not of Schauberger, but of the following that crud it up with such inside such Groups.

For further info on Viktor Schauberger , his life, research and the practical applications used today, please consult the following links:

Here is a non-profit organization based in Sweden dedicated to the researching of the observations of Viktor Schauberger and the creation of ecological technologies based on his research, principles and guidelines.
 Malmö Sweden which has invented and patented several devices for the replication of healthy energized water for numerous practical applications as in exceptionally hard surfaced Ice creation, Landscaping, stronger Concrete manufacturing, waste water reclamation, desalination processesdegasing and descaling mineral build up with properties of energized water in any plumbing applications. Here is a link to their company's ( Watreco ) website. 

For more info on Viktor Schauberger , please go to the Schauberger family's own website where the 
PKS ( Pythagoras Kempler System Institute ) is actually located in Bad-Ischl, Austria. 
Later on on this website I'll deal further with info on the  Watreco Group.


  1. Interesting, and of course a topic of great concern to people living in deserts that are being eaten up by urban sprawl and open pit mining. You mention that you came from AZ to Scandinavia, I moved to AZ from Trondheim, Norway. Like you, I really miss what I don't have right now, but if I moved back, I know I would wish myself back to the harsh beauty of the desert.

    1. Wow Margarethe! And all this time I thought you were a Gerrie(German) *smile*

      Well, I live in Göteborg, Sweden. Your part of the desert world is really unique and is illustrative of just how green a living desert can be. Ever notice there in the deserts around Tucson that the vegetation is more green and vibrant in Summer than even after the biggest winter rainy season event ? This has alot to do with the chemical signature and energized quality of the water molecules in the rain drop. Winter rain is by far more inferior in it's water quality and structure than summer monsoon rain from thunder storms.

      The subject I deal with in this blog deals with water mostly influenced by earth's negative electrical charge which has the ability to make water wetter, or the molecules more loosely bonded to each other which allows for greater water perculation into soil and absorbtion and uptake by mycorrhizal networks associated with all plant roots.

      I work with some people from a company in Malmö, Sweden called Watreco. They have based their water revitalizing technologies on the theories and research of Viktor Schauberger who was a self educated forester from Austria (Österreich). Swedish Author, Olaf Alexandersson wrote a book on Viktor's life and research back in the 1990s. He was an assistant for Schauberger during the last two years of Viktor's life before he died in 1958. The English version of his book "Living Water" has a few spelling mistakes and errors, but I know they have it in Swedish. Olaf has got to be around 95 years old now if he's still alive. At the science last convention I attened near Lund I was hoping to meet him, but some of the Swedish members said he is much older and frail now with perhaps a bit of Alztheiners.

      I took my Swedish wife and kids to the Sonora Living Desert Museum there in Tucson back in 2007. I asked them if they had noticed that the animal, bird, reptile, amphibian and insect life was greater than anythng they've seen in Sweden ? They agreed. It may sound strange to most folks as Sweden's supposed reputation is that it's the 'Eco-Greenest' country on the planet. While there is an element of truth to some industry movement towards that goal, I have found that the Swedes and their country are really no different than other folks. They practice 'Industrial Forestry' here and that is hardly conducive to greater biodiversity. Mostly it's a monoculture program. Germany had the same problems with their forests when I last visited it. Forests here are dense and thick in most areas. So dense that no one is able to take a walk through, unless someone mechanically cuts a pathway. You'll often find the forests devoid of any birdlife or animals in such conditions. No sunlight reaches the forest floors so no herbaceous plants exist on the floor, therefore nothing is capable of making it's living there. Most Swedes believe their green landscape is proof of just how eco-green they are. Actually I find it to be a very weedy landscape. What they don't realize is that it's only green because their placement on the planet allows for excessive amounts of rainfall. Lots of water means things grow, but it's weedy and not necessarily healthy.

      BTW, Watreco has concluded an agreement with the University of Uppsala for conducting greenhouse experiments on the effects of water passing through their vortex compression device which they believe creates that loosely bonded water witha negative electrical charge and creates greater growth opportunity in plant management. Many companies out there have similar versions of their device and provide the same results. Anyway it was great to talk with you.

      Take Care!


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