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Klaus Rauber - Implosion-ev.de - Spiralwilbelrohre

http://implosion-ev.de/anwendungen/Trichter/trichter.html

PKS 2001 Seminar: May 19-20. Wasser-Qualitäten

Seminarreihe 2001

Die Seminarreihe ist in Ausarbeitung. 

Bereits fixiert: "Wasser-Qualitäten" am 19. und 20. Mai 2001.

Das nächste PKS-Seminar "Wasser-Qualitäten" findet am Wochenende 19./20. Mai 2001 am Sitz der PKS in Engleithen bei Bad Ischl statt.

PKS seminars summary (08-09 june2002) (15-16 June 2002)

PKS SEMINAR

THE LIFE AND WORKS OF VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER

Date:        08-09 June 2002
Location:     PKS Villa, Bad Ischl, Austria
Speakers:    Callum Coats (main speaker)


– Various topics on the works of Viktor Schauberger (VS)

Richard Feierabend:
- Research into German flying saucer project.
- How he obtained documents and prototypes from Karl Gerchsheimer.

PKS Seminar 2006: May 20, 21, Secrets of water and vortex, Jane Cobbald, Curt Hallberg, John Wilkes, Klaus Rauber

Secrets of water and vortex, 20-21 May 2006

Curt Hallberg (
Malmö-group, Sweden)
• Experiences with the water vortexers
• Some ideas of vortex lift
• Power generation with applicated Repulsin theory.
http://www.iet-community.org

John Wilkes (Virbela Institute for Rhythm Research, UK)
• Development of the Flowform Method - which rhythm can be generated in streaming water
• Applications of the Flowform - aesthetically and also functionally in relation to biological purification, farming, food processing, therapy
http://www.anth.org.uk/virbelaflowforms

Jane Cobbald (UK distributor of the copper garden tools, author of "The Spiral Dance", England)
• The three levels of life energy: a look at the life and work of Viktor Schauberger
http://www.implementations.co.uk

Klaus Rauber (Implosion research group, Germany)
• experiences with a repulsine-model
• the spiral tube and the hyperbolic cone
http://www.implosion-ev.de

Program: Saturday, 20th May, 9.15 a.m. - Sunday, 21th May, about 16.00 p.m.
Registration: Saturday from 8.30 a.m.
Location: PKS-Villa, Bad Ischl
Seminar fee: EUR 165,-- (Students and retired persons: EUR 135,--)

Jane Cobbald: Conversation with Frau Ingeborg Schauberger

http://www.implementations.co.uk/ the original is here

Walter said help "Nature, help the trees. We have to have many more trees, more woodland. The first task for the woodland is to bring the water into existence."

Frau Schauberger is the widow of Walter, Viktor Schauberger’s son. She still lives in the family home in Bad Ischl, upper Austria. Each time I saw her she was wearing the traditional Austrian clothes, the close fitting tailored jacket and a dirndl skirt. Although she is less than five feet tall, she has a powerful presence and shows a sharp intelligence. She speaks some English, more than my German, so our conversation was mainly in English. She was concerned that she would not be able to express herself well in English, so at each meeting we had an interpreter sitting with us. At the time of our conversation, she was 89 years old.

 

 

 

 

 

Clip from "Die Wassermeister" / "Les Maîtres de l'Eau"

This clip is from the documentary  "Les Maîtres de l'Eau"  which I found at:-
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/firefly/eau/

Please click download instead of play


 

Transcript:

...For certain scientists, research on water should go farther than problems about pollution.  Documentary by Frantz Fitzke (Germany 2001 - 41mn) ZDF. Water which, in ancient civilizations and religions, was capable of miracles, has now become a trivial resource. Worse, science and technique do not consider its globality anymore, but only it's formula H2O. Some researchers have nevertheless launched original works, like Viktor Schauberger, considered as the father of modern research in this matter. He notably developed a theory along which water does not flow in straight lines, but in whirlpools, un a movement that ressembles that of a corkscrew. His revolutionary ideas inspired real applications. His students are for example working on new types of conducts, more reliable analysis processes, and better recycling systems. He is today followed and supported in his unorthodox methods by academics finally convinced than water is more than <gets cut>more than a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. ..."

The Hunt for Zero Point

Imagine the power, economic and military, that would fall into the hands of the person who figured out how to bypass the ordinary laws of physics, defy gravity, and travel near the speed of light.

Though it sometimes seems to fall in the realm of science fiction more than pure science, aviation-technology journalist Nick Cook's intriguing tale involves the long quest to develop antigravity vehicles and the sometimes eccentric characters who have played a part in it: Nazi rocket engineers, backyard inventors, NASA scientists, conspiracy theorists, and UFO watchers among them. The last group figures, Cook explains, because the ideal craft for "electrogravitic reaction" would take the form of a disc, a design consideration seen in the shape of current stealth aircraft. It could just be, the author suggests, that what witnesses have taken to be flying saucers might instead be antigravity-aircraft prototypes, though he cautions that "the subject is too complex ... to conform to a single explanation."

Jeane Manning: Life-Enhancing Agriculture

Review by Jeane Manning
http://www.earthpulse.com/src/subcategory.asp?catid=2&subcatid=10 

 

A review of the agriculture section of the book Living Energies: Viktor Schauberger's Brilliant Work With Natural Energy Explained, by Callum Coats.

Laura Lee: Callum Coats radio interview

Callum Coats       
120295.asx (http://www.lauralee.com/audio/asf/120295.asf 4.3 mb) (mirrored here)

Description
Callum spent 30 years studying Schauberger's work with the natural energy flow of water and how unrecognized principles of Nature can be utilized for life enhancement. His video on the subject is a popular detailed overview.

The Viktor Schauberger [flying disc] Models

The Viktor Schauberger Models

taken from the book "Stevens - Hitler's Flying Saucer - A Guide to German Flying Discs of the Second World War (2003), page 121-, available on Amazon, here


An Austrian, Viktor Schauberger was first and foremost a naturalist. His primary focus was water as found in naturally occurring streams, rivers and lakes. In observing the movement of water he formulated his own ideas about its movement and energetic properties. They are applicable in air also. His ideas are guite contrary to accepted ideas, both then and now and are even now imperfectly understood and debated. These ideas involved the vortex which was the way Schauberger believed that water naturally flowed both in the earth and in streams. Schauberger believed that energy naturally flowed in a vortex but that this movement was only visible through another medium such as water or air. This discussion will first focus on theories of why and how the Schauberger saucer model flew and then recount the sequence of events in Schauberger's involvement with flying discs.

IET-Community: Self-organizing flow technique - introduction to booklet

by IET http://www.iet-community.org/research/flowtechnique.html

Introduction
This report is an attempt to understand and learn from the ideas and inventions of the Austrian forester Viktor Schauberger. Viktor Schauberger already in the 1920s warned about environmental crisis, at a time at which it was not, as today, something recognized. During his lifetime, he encountered resistance and ridicule, and his perspective may still today be labelled as unconventional and unorthodox, although much of what he wrote about our handling of waters and forests today is more relevant than ever. As he wasn't an academic, but was more of a natural philosopher, he had trouble to communicate his ideas with contemporary scientists. In this report, we'll try to show how modern research in chaos and self-organizing systems give us a possibility to shed some new light on Vikor Schauberger, and perhaps establish a deeper understanding of the phenomena he described.

Who was Viktor Schauberger?

by Morten Ovesen, the Malmö group.

 http://www.newphys.se/fnysik/2_1/schauberger/

 

Viktor Schauberger around 40 years old.
Viktor Schauberger around 40 years old.

 

 

A brief biography could be like this: 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.

Victor Schauberger's Biography

based on http://www.schauberger-books.org.uk/mainframe.shtml

 

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.

Repulsine notes

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/viktorschaubergergroup/message/1108 

From: Ruud Rouleaux (HOME OFFICE)
To: [email protected]
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 11:03 AM
Subject: [viktorschaubergergroup] back from Holiday

Just came back from Italy and afterwards visited the PKS in Austria and had a good talk with Joerg Schauberger.

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The motion of the trout is still the key-factor of the implosion theory. The repulsine is also called the trout turbine. Imagine the trouts head as the repulsine, together with a gill-system, to implode water. See if you get this, the impulse comes from the flowing water, intake through the mouth, creation of new water/vortex ring through the gill-systems, exit trough the gill and creation of a imploding vortex (re-pulse). The trout will be shot-away like a prunestone that is launched between two fingers.

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Please have a look at the schauberger group website, look under files and trout propulsion [now also the links below]. Here a some ideas about the movement of fish.

An Introduction to Vortices and Vorticity - vortex.pdf
Fish Exploiting Vortices Decrease Muscle Activity
Part 1B Engineering: Biological and Medical Engineering, Fish Swimming, Lecture 1 -2

Callum Coats: Eco-Technology vol.4: The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature

from http://www.gillmacmillan.ie  - publishers of the book

This final volume in the "Eco-technology" series deals with the generation of energy using nature's enormous potential. It describes different kinds of energy machines that depend on the principle of implosion

Other books in the 'Eco-technology' series are: The Water Wizard, The Fertile Earth and Nature as a Teacher.

Description

Nature produces energy by slow, cool, implosive means - by a centripetal inward motion, while our present culture uses explosive centrifugal (outwards) movement, which is wasteful and many times less powerful and effective. It also uses up the Earth's resources and pollutes her ecosystems.

Pythagoras Kepler System

based on Viktor and Walter Schauberger
"Gesellschaft zur Förderung naturgemäßer Technik"

 

 

Callum Coats: Living Energies - Viktor Schauberger's brilliant work with Natural Energies Explained

Callum Coats worked with Viktor's son Walter for several years, and translated all of the Schauberger archive. This book, now regarded as the most authoritative work on Eco-Technology, took 15 years to write. For the connoisseur, and very informative of every area of Viktor's ideas and research, though sometimes quite challenging.

Vortex-World - Malmö Group

This (slightly out-of-date) site is dedicated to the Austrian water wizard Viktor Schauberger's work and ideas. The own work and interpretations of Viktor Schauberger's writings made by the Malmö-group will also be presented on this site.

topics include:
The Malmö Group, Viktor Schauberger, Repulsin, Water-Treatment and numerous articles.

Strahlturbine

1930 - Strahlturbine Schauberger's patent number 117 749: The subject of the invention is a hydropower machine, which utilizes the living energy of a jet of water for the purpose of power generation. According to the invention, the turbine wheel is a cone with corkscrew-like blades. The cone is aligned with its axis in the direction of the axis of the jet. In this way the jet of water is split and diverted out of its course and thus gives its whole living energy to the spinning cone in a way that, providing the length of the cone and the width of its base are in a correct relation to each othe

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