Victor Schauberger

John Byde: Victor Schauberger & Implosion, Cymatics & Free Energy [FULL VIDEO]

Filmed at the Avalon Rising Area at Sunrise Celebration 2011.

Viktor Schauberger - Comprehend and Copy Nature (Documentary of 2008)

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Today the Austrian forester Viktor Schauberger is considered to be a pioneer of modern water research and the holistic observation of Nature. As early as the first half of the 20th century he gave urgent warnings of the consequences of uncontrolled exploitation of the environment. As a way out he proposed a radical rethink and the development of totally new concepts of energy production, in harmony with Nature. Schauberger formulated his “C & C principle”: first one has to comprehend Nature, and then one should copy it.
The applications of his ideas and his inventions include devices for refined drinking water, spiral pipes for carrying water with reduced friction, environmentally-friendly river regulation, as well as power generation from water and air using the principle of contraction and inward vortexing.

A fiilm by Franz Fitzke

Sacred Living Geometry of Viktor Schauberger

The Enlightened Environmental Theories of Viktor Schauberger


The Secrets of Water, The Documentary of Viktor Schauberger "Comprehend and Copy Nature"

A fascinating exploration of the groundbreaking discoveries and mind-blowing uses of waters secret qualities. Understand why vortexing water may be so beneficial to your health. Free-energy produced by the Repulsine device. An excellent documentary on the genius of Viktor Schaubeger and his son, Walter Schauberger who spent their life researching and utilizing waters hidden qualities. If you want more information about the health benefits of water vortexing and structuring check out these sites: Fractal Water -
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BRMI | History - Viktor Schauberger
Schauberger’s profound understanding of water movement and functional shapes of Nature developed from his long observation of the untamed Alpine wilderness. His motto became: “Comprehend and Copy Nature”