Viktor Schauberger The Water Wizard

Viktor Schauberger The Water Wizard

By Jen Isabel Friend

Today I want to introduce you to my favorite person in all of history, and tell you his story. I kind of have a giant post mortem crush on him, to be honest. He is easily among most brilliant people ever to have lived, and CERTAINLY, in my opinion, the most brilliant of the 19th and 20th centuries. If even one of his insights were implemented, it would revolutionize the planet on every level – economically, technologically, even spiritually. So, of course, not surprisingly, he became a target for political manipulation and attack. Much like Nikola Tesla, his life ended in tragedy after his work was co-opted, laying to rest what could have been the saving grace for all life on this planet. He’s known around the world as the Water Wizard, and despite his brilliance, I bet you’ve probably never heard of him!

SO who was this guy? 

Viktor Schauberger. If you’ve been following my work, you’ve heard me mention him before. He was a scientist and inventor, with a shamanistic relationship to water that allowed him to have a better understanding of waters properties than any modern hydrologist. Exponentially. No comparison, really. He saw the direction humanity was headed even 100 years ago and wrote explicit warnings detailing exactly where we would end up if we didn’t change our relationship to water, and this is where we find ourselves – with massive worldwide drought, climate change and general global madness, ignorance and mayhem. He knew water as the Blood of the Earth and knew that not only is it the progenitor of life, it is also the physical body of consciousness itself – an insight which indigenous wisdom echoes, and which modern research into quantum phases of water is just now beginning to glimpse. 

Viktor grew up in Austria in the late 1800s in an old growth forest where he studied the movement patterns of water and by the early 1900s he had learned to work with the powers of nature to create inventions  like powerful free energy machines, transportation technologies, even levitational device

So consider this – Nature never slows down or suffers from entropy, she is always prolifically creating life and sustaining life and recycling life. And nature does this through the movements of water through plants and bodies and ecosystems, right? Water is an integral part in creating and sustaining all life. So by understanding the movements of water, Shauberger was able to uncover the energy-generating principle that sustains everything. And by harnessing that force, he was able to create technologies that work in harmony with the earth instead of against it. 

Basically he showed that there are two forms of motion in nature — explosive and implosive, or outward and inward. The outward motion is expansive and destructive. It generates heat, pressure, and even death. It’s what nature uses when she wants to break down, decompose, decay. It’s an important part of nature, but it expends more energy than it creates and can be harmful. Go figure, all of human technology is explosive – it’s fire based. Combustion engines and nuclear power and coal. Anything that radiates outward, right.

On the other hand, the inward, implosive quality of water produces coolness, suction, powerful vortices, and vitality; it is used to build up and energize, and is life-enhancing and life-promoting. Think of the way sap spirals up a tree, the way blood spirals through your veins, the way plants grow in spiral patterns, the way a river courses through its banks in a horizontal spiral. All these vortexes are implosive, energy-generating flows that sustain life. If we were to switch our paradigm to implosive, rather than explosive, we could put an end to the drought and destruction on this planet.

He showed how deserts can be turned into lush food forests, and revealed the process by which water can actually reproduce herself. Schauberger’s discoveries hold the promise of a planet of blooming deserts, abundant crops, and thriving people.


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