Gathering Chapter – The Wisdom of Kareem
Naturally flowing water has long been recognised by indigenous cultures as being alive.
The scientific basis for this was postulated by the great Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958 ) an Austrian man who learned a great deal, by closely observing Nature.
He eventually tested his observations in laboratories, including the Technical college in Stuttgart, Germany, where he showed that water flowing through a straight pipe experienced great resistance, as opposed to a spiral enclosure where water actually experienced less resistance as its velocity increased.
In fact, at certain velocities, the resistance in a spiral enclosure actually dropped to zero.
He established that vortices cause water molecules to become so organised that they tightly compress and create repeating hexagonal patterns.
Broadly speaking, as the water spirals, the structure is fine-tuned and coherence is established among the molecules.
He argued that our water transportation systems (straight pipes which sometimes make 90-degree direction changes), would lead to epidemics of sickness, such as cancer.
Given the accuracy of this prediction, we would expect his work to receive much more attention.
Mr. Schauberger developed a key understanding of the close relationship between water and the forest and saw water as a living entity deserving of the highest esteem.
Mr. Schauberger showed in laboratory experiments that water flowing through a straight pipe experienced great resistance,
as opposed to a spiral enclosure, where water actually experienced less resistance as its velocity increased.
In fact, at certain velocities, the resistance in a spiral enclosure actually dropped to zero. Based on his observations and experiments, he developed theories of ‘implosion’ (which we think are a great alternative to our current fixation on gaining energy by ‘explosion’).
We note also that these ‘implosive’ solutions are the kind of feminine energy our world so badly needs more of to come back into balance.
Mr. Schauberger’s work has been translated into English in various excellent texts by Mr. Callum Coats, who lives on the Sunshine Coast of Australia, and who David has had the pleasure of meeting with.
Callum is brilliant and a true gentleman and all of his translations are strongly recommended, such as the one below:
As noted above, Schauberger’s warnings that our incorrect treatment of water would lead to epidemics of illness; have proven to be a tragically accurate call.
In fact, Mr. Schauberger went so far as to make a plea for a radical and fundamental change in our way of thinking and to our approach to interpreting our established doctrines of physics, chemistry, agriculture, forestry and water management.
In essence, his plea, as a result of closely observing Nature, was that we start doing things pretty much in the exact opposite way to what we do now, our so-called modern practices.
Here at ‘It’s Our Earth Too’, we look forward to society accepting and utilising these magic properties of structured water and the efficiency of Nature’s vortex structure.
It’s about time that visionaries like Viktor Schauberger were given due credit and their ideas utilised for the benefit of mankind.