1989-11-03: Vortexian Mechanics and Implosion Workshop Report with Walter and Rhetta Baumgartner

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Workshop report: VORTEXIAN MECHANICS And IMPLOSION WORKSHOP with Walter and Rhetta Baumgartner. November 3-S, 1989, Millbrae, California

This workshop came off quite well. Many of those in attendance came with ideas of their own to share and many good connections were made. After the end early on Sunday evening there were many satisfied people saying farewell.

It began Friday, November 3rd, with a lecture titled "A survey Of Our Technological Impact Upon Our Planet AND How We can Find Solutions To Our Crisis." The first half, given by Rhetta was a bit gloomy - it was a well put together statement of our society's dangerous position. The second half, given by Walter was quite upbeat with an introduction to vortexian concepts and how they can be manifested using the ideas of Viktor Schauberger and Walter Russell.

Schauberger worked with water in many ways to harness its energy and to allow it to act in its natural manner. He developed water purification systems that created natural spring quality "living" water. he also developed agricultural tools made of copper, and designed to work the soil in a natural fashion. Walter Russell, a gentleman who had an incredible enlightenment into the nature of energy and matter earlier this century, developed a wave mechanics for understanding the universal action of the vortex.

Saturday began with a step-by-step introduction to two polarities of motion - centrifugal and centripetal. Following this was a slide show going from microscopic life, based on the vortex principle, to the cosmic vortices of the galaxies. This led into a talk, with models and slides, of Russell's wave mechanics theories.

The afternoon brought on a more hands-on aspect to the workshop when a vortex bottle was passed around for all to experiment with. It took a while for the bottle to pass around the room as just about everyone was noticing new nuances which they had never noticed before in vortex action. This led into a lecture on "Water As A Living Organism, Its Metabolism, Characteristics, Its Importance As A Carrier Of Life Force, Its Destruction And Its Revitalization."

We then took a break and had a taste of Vortexya Health Water, which is made in a device similar to Schauberger's "living water" devices. My impression of the water was that of a mountain soda spring. It tasted good and I'd certainly like to do a bit more experimentation with it. The comments varied. Peter Lindemann snuck an extra glass and later told me that the water energized him and livened him up.

The Vortexya device was then demonstrated. It consists of an egg-shaped glass vessel with a sealable cover. This cover has a CO2 injection valve and a pressure valve. Distilled water is taken and trace minerals are added. The water is pressurized with the CO2 and it is placed on a magnetic stirring machine which creates a vortex in the jar. This is run in a refrigerated environment for an hour or more and then served. The oxygen in the CO2 is released after drinking giving the system more vital energy. Production considerations on the Vortexya device are in progress and they will be available soon.

After dinner came what I considered to be the highlight of the workshop - the Wasserfadden (Water Thread) Experiment. I wasn't sure what this experiment was going to be, though I had read of it previously in writings on Schauberger. Basically it consists of two falling streams of water placed about 18" apart. Each stream passes through a copper sheet (or flat coil as the Baumgartners used) with a hole in the center, and drops about three feet into a small plastic bucket with a copper plate on the inside bottom. The copper plate at the bottom of one stream is connected via wire to the plate or coil at the top of the other, and vice versa. As soon as the streams began to fall they would spread out and the outer perimeters of the stream would begin to levitate to the top plates. A hand placed near the stream could feel an ion wind moving upwards. What makes this more interesting is that when you stick a fluorescent tube into one of the streams it lights up! If you touch one of the top plates you will get a good shock.

This experiment, which was apparently first developed by Lord Kelvin, shows very interesting electro-static effects of water. Usually electro-statics must take place under extremely dry conditions. This is probably the same mechanism that gives us negative ions around waterfalls and crashing waves. To see its energy potential, to hold a gas tube in water and see it glow, is to see the potential for a new technology.

Walter said that the San Francisco area water, which tastes of heavy chemical additives, did not produce as good of an effect as did the artesian water they had used a week or so previously at a workshop in Hawaii. On the islands, with pure water, the tube glowed incredibly bright. Quality definitely has something to do with it.

Sunday started with a lecture: "Designing Machinery Based On Natural Princples: Practical Applications Being Researched For A New Fuel, New Power Generators, Prime Movers, New Transportation, and Propulsion Systems." This covered a wide range of topics and included a lot of questions from the audience on practical avenues to pursue in realizing the dream of vortexian energy.

There were two extra events thrown in that made for a memorable workshop. The first was a showing of a privately issued video of Trevor James Constable's latest work with rain engineering and pollution control using vortexian technology. The future vortexian technology could be seen in practice today. This video went over big with the group, and the room was full despite the video being run during the second half of the lunch hour.

After that we were treated to a lecture by Jake Possell, a man who has done an incredible amount of work upgrading the turbine and pump conceptions of Nikola Tesla into a viable technology. The Possell pumps can pump just about anything vaguely related to liquid, including the heaviest weight crude oils, while possessing the finesse to pump live fish without harm. It was a pleasure to have such a dedicated pioneer come in person and talk about the latest happenings. Many questions were fielded during this period and we were all pleased to find this technology becoming more and more available. Thanks for coming Jake! Those interested in the Possell pumps can get more information from Energy Unlimited, Box 493, Magdalena NM 87825, (505) 854-2634.

The afternoon finished with a shortened program on Vortexian Agriculture, Pollution Control, Waste Water and Sewatge Treatment devices. After that the conversations went on till everyone had to make for the home front. All in all an enjoyable and informative weekend and Walter & Rhetta are to be commended for their dedication to spreading this wealth of information.

There are two Vortexian Mechanics Workshops coming up. First is in Tampa, Florida, on March 9-11, 1990. For information on this one contact Tom Taylor at the E.U. Workshop # (319) 732-3121. The second one will be in Los Angeles, April 6-8, 1990 and is sponsored by BSRF (contact BSRF for info). The cost for these 3 day workshops is $175.

Source: The Journal of Borderland Research January-February 1990.