A self taught genius of natural science, born in 1885, Viktor Schauberger, also known as “The Water Wizard” is to water as Nikola Tesla is to electricity.
Viktor grew up in the pristine untouched forests of Austria where he would spend his days getting “lost” in nature, often spending hours gazing into the flowing water of pristine mountain rivers. Later in his adult life he describes becoming aware of water as “the bearer of Life and the source of what we call consciousness.”
He explains the experience of allowing the flowing water to magnetically pull a piece of his consciousness into itself with such a powerful force that he would fall into a deep sleep. Upon awakening his mind would be filled with amazing new insights from the consciousness of the Living Waters. It was through this shamanic connection with water that Viktor Schauberger began to invent many amazing technologies for everything from free energy derived from the implosion physics of spiraling water and the fluid medium of air, to simple, efficient nonpolluting, regenerative methods of water and soil management, farming and even antigravity technology, much of which was confiscated by the U.S. and Nazi military during WWII.
Some of Schauberger’s most studied and applied wisdom in use today is his work concerning the vortexing, remineralization and structuring of water to restore it to it’s most pristine and mature form. When this water is used for growing crops, they grow faster, stronger and produce fruits of the highest nutritional and energetic quality. This form of vitalized water also has powerful healing and rejuvenating affects on the human body when used as drinking water. His knowledge and insights concerning this application of water’s wisdom is a primary source of inspiration for books such as “Dancing with Water: the New Science of Water”.
Victor Schauberger’s motto was “comprehend and copy nature”. Through this mode of discovery he leaves us with a powerful insight. “The Upholder of the Cycles which supports the whole of Life, is water. In every drop of water dwells the Godhead, whom we all serve; there also dwells Life, the Soul of the ‘First’ substance -Water- whose boundaries and banks are the capillaries that guide it and in which it circulates.”