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Old 23-08-2014, 09:38 AM   #1
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Its about time that Schauberger had his own thread.


Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) made an extraordinary contribution to knowledge of the natural world. He intuited what we now recognise as the quantum or subtle energy effects of water. His understanding was built up from shamanic and experiential observation of Nature in the untamed Alpine wilderness. His motto: “Observe and Copy Nature”.



He was critical of textbook theory and the arrogance and lack of imagination of ‘experts’ and refused to go to college, believing that he would lose his intuitive gifts.
Schauberger was also gifted with engineering skills which are apparent in his environment-friendly technology and implosive energy devices designed to release people from enslavement to destructive sources of energy.He is celebrated for his discoveries in the water sciences, in agricultural techniques and in the energy domain – which energies enhance and which harm life.Schauberger provides us with a comprehensive and holistic approach to understanding Nature. His insights form the foundations of what might be called a ‘science of Nature’.



He found two forms of motion in Nature: outward, expanding flow that is used to break down, and inward-spiralling which Nature uses to build up and energise. We use the first to generate energy, which is why it is destructive to the environment.



Minute changes in temperature affect the outcome of an energetic process. The balance between the attraction and repulsion of polarised atoms is the engine of creation.Viktor Schauberger vividly described how our disdain for Nature’s ways will bring only environmental catastrophe.



His vision – humanity working within Nature’s laws – is the path we must rediscover, if we are to survive.


Viktor Schauberger’s Bio

1885 Viktor Schauberger born in Holzschlag, Upper Austria, into a family with a long tradition of caring for the unspoilt Alpine forests.

1914-18 Soon after the birth of his son Walter, Viktor was enlisted in the Kaiser’s army.

1919 Appointed forest warden and gamekeeper.

1920 Became head warden (‘forst meister’) in Brunnenthall-Steyerling, the property of Prince Adolph van Schaumburg-Lippe.

1922 Radical designs of new log flume at Steyerling, which greatly reduced cost of bringing trees out of inaccessible mountains, with no damage to the timber.

1924-28 National consultant for timber flotation, building successful flumes in Austria, Bavaria and Yugoslavia.

1929 First patent applications for water engineering and turbines. This was a very creative time, and for the next few years he wrote a lot .

1930-32 Experiments with producing electrical energy directly from water, converting degraded into pure water and the prototype of the ‘trout turbine’ based on his observations of a trout’s behaviour in a fast flowing stream. Study of comparative agricultural methods in Bulgaria, sanctioned by King Boris.

1933 Publication of his only book, Unsere Sinnlose Arbeit “Our Senseless Toil – The Cause of the World Crisis”; subtitled ‘Growth through Transformation, not Destruction, of the Atom’. Meeting with Hitler to discuss Viktor’s ideas about power generation and agricultural methods.

1936-7 Arnold Hohl made detailed records of his visits to Viktor Schauberger, with contemporary writings, letters, notes and comments which were published in 1993 in a special edition of Mensch und Technik – naturmass (Humanity & Technology – in accordance with Nature).

1938 Constructs with his son Walter a replica of Lord Kelvin’s Falling Water Experiment of capillary research, generating a voltage of 20,000 volts.

1940 The first Repulsine (flying saucer) built first in Berlin and then in Vienna, where the prototype broke from its mooring and smashed through the factory’s ceiling. Heinkel steals Viktor’s copyright and builds his Schriever ‘Flying Top’ in the Rostock factory.

1943 Himmler gives the SS the task of producing secret weapons. Viktor gets sucked into the Nazi machine against his will.

1944 Schauberger drafted into the SS and ordered (on pain of death) to develop an improved Repulsine and a submarine engine for Germany’s war effort, at the Mathausen concentration camp. All prototypes and working models of the Repulsine subsequently ordered by Field Marshall Keitel to be destroyed on the collapse of the German armies.

1945 Invading Russian intelligence team removes Viktor’s research papers and his models from his Vienna flat. Held for a month in ‘protective custody’ by American forces in Austria who decided he was not to be deported to the USA, as were countless other German atomic scientists, engineers and physicists. Viktor starts work on his Klimator, for domestic air conditioning.

1945-50 Focuses on research to increase soil fertility and agricultural production.

1958 Karl Gerchsheimer and Robert Dodd persuaded Viktor and Walter to go to Texas to discuss a project in which Viktor’s research would obtain substantial funding in America to develop energy-saving projects ‘which could transform human living standards’. Within a few weeks, disillusioned with the whole project, Victor refused to cooperate. Desperate to get back to Austria, he unwittingly signed a contract which gave away everything for which he had striven, really destroying his life. He arrived back in Austria on September 20th, and within five days he died, a broken man.
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Old 23-08-2014, 09:43 AM   #2
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"Putting The Spin Back Into Water"

These water flowforms help put the spin back into denatured water, in a sense it is restructuring the water, by allowing the flow of water going down the fountain to form the figure 8 infinity pattern, by allowing it access to the memory of Phi: This is encouraged by the varying sizes of the flowform bowls, each bowl increases in size in the fibonacci sequence: 3:5:8:13 etc.

These flowforms were inspired by the work of (Austrian) Victor Schauberger (1885-1958) the Father of Water, a C20th unsung hero, who became so famous with his discoveries of Water Geometry that he was abducted by Hitler to build flying discs/ufo crafts which subsequently led Schauberger to become the Father of Air!




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Old 23-08-2014, 11:06 AM   #3
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He was critical of textbook theory and the arrogance and lack of imagination of ‘experts’ and refused to go to college, believing that he would lose his intuitive gifts.
I totally agree, everyone in education are repeaters. But education is important, but it sure does drive yourself alot out of you. I gave up on alevels as i was not stimulated enough by the repeaters at that stage of education.

Another of those unheard of people that changed alot without getting his recognition i bet. Sure loads was stole of him, like tesla and such people.

It wouldn't surprise me that alot of people were lost to history as they never told people what they knew, or cared for anyone elses opinion. So alot of info was probably lost as they were born out of there time.
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Old 23-08-2014, 08:24 PM   #4
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We have at least 2 other Schauberger threads. He was a great guy but no one seems to be interested in him.
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Old 24-08-2014, 07:22 PM   #5
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He was an extraordinary man with an extraordinary story, set in a time where there was enough knowledge about to have changed the whole course of history. In a good way.

I believe there is still a working prototype of one of his anti-grav "engines" in a museum?

A true woodsman

http://youtu.be/YuVirgl8HYU "The Extraordinary Nature of Water - Based on the theories of Viktor Schauberger"
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Old 24-08-2014, 08:45 PM   #6
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Excellent thread...Natural scientists will prevail in the end when the house of cards called FIZZICKS comes crashing down to the ground. The daze of the Fizzy-Cysts are numbered. In the words of Theodin "BRING IT DOWN BRING IT DOWN!!!!!!!!!" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFw-yXUHTLg

Thanks Swamideva.
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Old 25-08-2014, 02:23 AM   #7
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He was an extraordinary man with an extraordinary story, set in a time where there was enough knowledge about to have changed the whole course of history. In a good way.

I believe there is still a working prototype of one of his anti-grav "engines" in a museum?

A true woodsman

http://youtu.be/YuVirgl8HYU "The Extraordinary Nature of Water - Based on the theories of Viktor Schauberger"
Thanks thats a good video.

Viktor Schauberger, Anti gravity propulsion inventor

Viktor Schauberger was born the 30th of June 1885, he later died the 25th of September 1958. Viktor was a successful inventor and invented several inventions that used vortex like patterns that copied nature.

Viktor Schauberger was an Austrian forester who was active during the first half of the 19:th century. He had a huge beard and a friendly laughter, this he combined with an uncompromising belief in himself and his ideas. He was obstinate in combination with a choleric temper. He was a good drawer and probably a skilled craftsman. Even if Viktor was not schooled the academic way he had a deep knowledge in biology, physics and chemistry. His sense and understanding on how water flows in the nature was exceptional. From his observations he formulated his new hydrodynamic basic theory. His friends and opponents described him as highly intelligent and with this intellectual sharpness he made a deep cut in his (and ours) physical paradigm.

His Inventions: The Repulsin:


An original picture-sketch of the Repulsine above : A flying model of a Schauberger Repulsine, Type A, tested in January 1940. This device has been built with copper and uses a very high speed motor for the main vortex turbine. The Repulsine Type "A" device is an Electro-Aero-Dynamic device (E.A.D.) and uses two effects :

1.) The Coanda Effect: a pure Aerodynamic effect based on the Bernoulli's principle.

2.) The Electro-Dynamic effect : The high speed vortex in the "vortex chamber" produces an electric, charged separation effect, called "the diamagnetic effect " by Schauberger. These two effects, combined, create the so-called "implosion effect".


The implosion motor uses the suction forces of implosion; there is no heat barrier and no sound barrier, because with friction almost entirely lacking, no heat is generated. The air flows through the rotating air inlets, placed in the middle, and follows the gap between the double membranes (with the wave pattern). This creates a spiral contraction of the flowing medium and creates a vacuum which increases the "pull", via implosion. The enhanced vortex turbine uses two flat membranes with concentric "rills" on it. A wave pattern has been set on the upper and on the lower membrane. The upper wave is slightly out of phase with the lower wave. This is a direct application of the "Coanda" effect. The air flow passes through small cavities where the volume sometimes is larger, and sometimes smaller, due to the difference in phase relationship between the upper and the lower membrane. When the air passes different cavities it starts to pulsate. The pulsations are directly dependant on the angular speed of the discs. This "push-pull" action creates an harmonic pulsation of energy...
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Old 25-08-2014, 02:27 AM   #8
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He was a genius years ahead of his time.

VICTOR SCHAUBERGER'S FLYING SAUCERS
Victor Schauberger (1885-1958), an Austrian inventor who was involved with Hitler's Third Reich, invented a number of "flying disks" for the Nazis between 1938 and 1945. Based on "liquid vortex propulsion" many of them, according to records, actually flew. One "flying saucer" reputedly destroyed at Leonstein, had a diameter of 1.5 meters, weighed 135 kilos, and was started by an electric motor of one twentieth horsepower. It had a trout turbine to supply the energy for lift-off. According to Schauberger,

"If water or air is rotated into a twisting form of oscillation known as 'colloidal', a build up of energy results, which, with immense power, can cause levitation."

On one attempt the apparatus "rose upwards, trailing a blue-green, and then a silver colored glow." The Russians blew up Schauberger's apartment in Leonstein, after taking what remained that the American's hadn't taken first. Schauberger supposedly worked on a top secret project in Texas for the

U.S. Government and died shortly afterward of ill health. On his deathbed, Schauberger repeated over and over,

"They took everything from me. Everything. I don't even own myself."


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Maybe this Video will stimulate some interest in this often ignored genius. He has many solutions to humanities plight, especially concerning water.



Viktor Schauberger - Comprehend and Copy Nature
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