October 3, 2007 at 11:47 am #24651
(from his four books edited by coats)
Even in earliest youth my fondest desire was to understand Nature and through such understanding to come closer to truth; a truth I was unable to discover either at school or in church. In this quest I was thus drawn time and time again into the forest. I could sit for hours on end and watch the water flowing by without ever becoming tired or bored. At the time I was still unaware that in water lay hidden the greatest secret. Nor did I know that water was the carrier of life or the ur-source of what we call conscious ness Without any preconceptions I simply let my gaze fall on the water as it flowed past. Only years later did I come to realise that running water attracts our consciousness like a magnet and draws a small part of it along in its wake. It is a force that can act so powerfully that one temporarily loses consciousness and involuntarily falls asleep.
Gradually I began to play a game with waters secret powers; surrendering my free consciousness and allowing the water to take possession of it for a while. Little by little this game turned into a profoundly earnest venture, because I realised that one could detach ones own consciousness from the body and attach it to that of the water. When my own consciousness eventually returned, the waters most deeply concealed psyche often revealed the most extraordinary things to me. As a result of this investigation a researcher was born who could dispatch his consciousness on a voyage of discovery. I was thus able to experience things that had escaped other peoples notice, because they were unaware that a human being is able to send forth his free consciousness into those places the eyes cannot see. By practising this blindfold vision, I eventually developed a bond with mysterious Nature, whose essential being I slowly learnt to perceive and understand.
In the process it gradually became more and more apparent that we human beings are accustomed to see everything upside down and back-to- front. The greatest surprise was the way we allow our most valuable asset, this great spiritual gift, to flow away unused and retain only the rubbish. This wasteful tendency we owe principally to books that were originally the product of an intuition, but which subsequently became merely the repositories of residual understanding. Books seldom had any connection with their original spirituality. As a result I became an enemy of the so-called erudite, the scientists and scholars, who set down their intellectual dross in black and white. The unsuspecting masses had to accept this garbage as gospel truth and became perverted by it.
It has been proven psychologically that human beings can only appreciate or apprise, I.e comprehend and understand, something new, if they can succeed in raising into their higher toi1 ness the subconscious immured in their brain cells. If this cannot be achieved, then all preaching useless. And even the eye has first to learn how to see everything new; it too must therefore be aroused from its latency before it can grasp the seen. Above all, there must be a readiness to consider even supposed wonders as the forerunners of forthcoming realities, for only thus can the rational mind be provided with a basis for calculation and analysis.
There are two fundamentally different types of motion, both in principle rid nature, which respectively initiate different kinds of excitation in bipolar mixtures of basic elements. In this connection, water, the physically first born and the very blood of the Earth, plays the role of the mediator in both natural and unnatural energetic syntheses. At the same time it is also the order of the changes in potential that have already occurred. From this it an be determined what f of energy prevails in this natural accumulator. The decisive factor here is that contemporary technology is only aware of nU only uses those methods 0 conveying or moving various media which initiate a reactive increase in pressure and heat. These methods will here be termed techno-academic because they are taught in all academies, universities, high schools and technical colleges. Albert Einstein used them Li create a form of energy destructive of all Creation With this, modem technology has achieved the peak of performance in self-annihilation and turned itself into an absurdity.
From transmissions from ancient tunes, it is quite clear that those peoples if indo-Germanic origin or Aryan culture favoured a different form of mass-motion. They overstimulated it, however, and disturbed the unstable state of equilibrium in the other direction. This resulted in whole sections of the Earth being torn upwards (the cataclysm of Atlantis). They strayed from he golden middle way. Existence or non-existence is dependent on the rhythmical dynamics of bipolar forces. We can see this in the alternation of night and day which serves the constant improvement and perfection of the processes of reproduction and higher evolution.October 4, 2007 at 6:20 am #24652
General reference – link to summary below.October 4, 2007 at 9:28 am #24654
Thanks for the this, and I checked out Russln’s link.
I hadn’t heard of him. I’ve just been looking into “The Keely Motor” as well…
I’m particularly interestned in his “Heimkraftwerk” idea. We really, really need this kind of thing in the world, and the more people there are working on such ideas independently and enmasse the better, to pull the carpet from underneath the psychopathic oil junky trillionaire vanity bullies.
SimonOctober 4, 2007 at 10:14 am #24656
>>psychopathic oil junky trillionaire vanity bullies.<<
That's quite a turn of phrase you have there if I may say so! jOctober 6, 2007 at 10:10 am #24658October 6, 2007 at 11:09 am #24660
The video by the same name is a Callum Coats lecture that is a good overview of M. Schauberger’s work. It’s a bit easier to digest than some of Coats’ translations and of Schauberger’s own writings.
Another good quote: “Where there is gravity, there is levity.” He theorized that trout were able to rise up tens of meters of mountain waterfalls using the levity portion of the falling water.
I understand that Schauberger did not write very clearly for fear that his discoveries would get into the wrong hands? You can tell that the man is trying to say something that is extremely meaningful, but getting it translated into a usable form seems to be a challenge all by itself.
-mlOctober 9, 2007 at 9:56 am #24662
he lived for 44 years in silence
which implies that he did not write because of fear
his difficulty of understanding can be akin to autavism
and resistance of reader to change
such notions are not specific to him
did you watch star wars 1
found description remarcably similar to trout ‘propulsion’
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