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The Moon on its own had little effect, but when amplified by an alignment with Saturn for the beech and to Mars in the case of the oakshowed unmis- takable fortnightly rhythms. He also foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and ecological destruction of our age. 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. These subtle energies are essential to the increasing quality Nature demands in her evolu- tionary process.
Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger
The work is quite simply excellent. The majority believes that everything hard to comprehend must be very profound. Life forms in Nature respond to each other by means of res- onance; you might call it ‘Gaia’s glue.
Their properties and potentialities are opposite, but comple- mentary, to each other. Now we schauberged to have backtracked a generation and we can’t even agree to imple- ment the kind of cuts in carbon dioxide emissions that are essential to avoid catastrophic climate change.
Schauberger invented a number of ‘over-unity’ machines that produced a substantial excess of power over input. In the process we have failed to see that real truth is a slippery thing upon which the perpetually refor- mulating mind passes judgment almost imperceptibly. Schauberger’s worldview Viktor Schauberger took the ancients’ view of the Sun as the male inseminator of Earth to create bountiful Nature.
Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger by Alick Bartholomew
From his unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. Selected pages Title Page.
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.
The structure of the pine cone is also a good example of the egg-shape, though an elongated one.
Viktor Schauberger — Water — all life depends on it. Each form of gradient has its special function in Nature’s great pro- duction; the positive cooling temperature gradient must play the principal role if evolution is to unfold creatively. Without even moving, only his thought alone triggered a strong response in the plant. These counter currents can be increased by flicks of the tail, creat- ing negative pressure behind the fish.
Before Austria had stripped her mountains of all her old growth forests, Viktor Schauberger, a forester, observing how a trout could maintain its station in the midst of a turbulent stream, discovered the secret of living water.
Another key is that the balance between the attraction and repulsion of polarised atoms is the engine of creation. Account Options Sign in. His remarkable discoveries — which address issues such as sick water, ailing forests, climate change and, above all, renewable energy — have dramatic implications for how we should work with nature and its resources. The highest wisdom is simple and passes through the brain directly into the heart.
As he so often said, ‘Comprehend and Copy Nature. Development and evolution in the dynamic Universe depend on an inherent imbalance, since movement is always occurring somewhere between one extreme and the other. No one explains, as convincingly as Schauberger, just how this has come about. Different Kinds of Energy 3. 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 great timbers were in position. This is the best non fiction book I have read. That levity is not acknowl- edged by conventional science presumably has to do with its being one of these more subtle energies which are anathema to the reduc- tionist mindset.
The Energy Revolution Schauberger developed his ideas of dif- ferent forms of motion and shapes from these observations. It is as if the whole family of trees responds to the same electrical rhythm, like a cosmic breathing.
There is no accountability. Energy Production 73 The inefficiency of modern technology 73; Entropy and ectropy 74; Scientific ‘laws’ 74; Energy pollution 75; The choice before us 77; Energy defines quality 79; The creative energy vortex This Third Dimension or domain has length, breadth and height, but it also has the three components by which humans may be con- scious.