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MY VISIT TO THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY FOR AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

Extracts from an article from Implosion Magazine, 8, 1945.

I did not visit the Technical University for Agricultural Science to learn.  My purpose was to give a lecture on naturalesque river regulation to the teaching staff.  It all happened like this.  The world-famous hydrologist Professor Philipp Forchheimer was appointed by the then Ministry for Land and Forests to give his expert opinion on the log flume I designed and built at Neuberg in Steiermark.  In the official commissioning report it was described as a technical wonder, because logs that were heavier than water (beech, larch, etc) swam in it like fish.  In addition to this, the installation inexplicably achieved a 90% saving in running costs compared with usual systems of log rafting.

Professor Forchheimer studied the log flume for about six weeks without discovering how and why it refuted the hitherto supposedly irrefutable conformities with natural law.  At the time I had no particular desire to divulge the secret.  The professor, whose current outlook had received a nasty shock, therefore persuaded me to hold a question-and-answer session with the assembled body of teaching staff at the above Institute.

When I arrived I was taken up to the first floor into a large lecture room where about ten professors, including eminent hydraulic engineers, were foregathered.  Professor Forchheimer first introduced me to the rector and then to the others with an inclusive gesture.  I was led up to the president's chair at the head of the table and with a inscrutable smile and a wave of the hand I was invited to take a seat. 

The general demeanour of the rector and the smirks on the faces of the other lecturers persuaded me to handle this worthy company in my own way.

The rector opened the discussion with the words, "Well, Wildmeister, would you be so kind as to inform us how we, as experts, should regulate our rivers naturalesquely (and here he laid particular emphasis on the word), so that as a result of these measures no erosion or water damage will ensue, but - and this you have already stated publicly - that advantageous after-effects only will be produced throughout the whole chain of evolution, as the ecological outcome of naturalesque methods of regulation."  After a moment's pause for reflection, I replied, "Naturalesque river engineering is not easily explained in a few words."

"Come now", interjected the rector, "perhaps you can highlight the essence of the matter with a few short phrases.  Please keep it as brief and to the point as possible."  To which I answered, "In the same way that a boar passes water", wherein I stressed each individual word.  The effect of this unexpected reply was as I had anticipated and desired - to shake them out of their complacency.  At the end of a brief silence, and playing with his pencil, the rector addressed me very condescendingly.  "Wildmeister, we would be glad if you could choose your words more carefully and above all express yourself in more practical terms."

At this juncture Professor Forchheimer stood up and declared, "Your Excellency, gentlemen, I consider that Mr Schauberger's answer not only hits the nail on the head, but that it is also entirely accurate factually.  Please follow me to the blackboard!"  Having arrived there, he completely covered the large blackboard from top to bottom with formulae totally unknown and incomprehensible to me.  He did it with such gusto that he broke the chalk several times, throwing the pieces angrily aside.  The rector looked on unwillingly and nervously drew himself together.  Very soon the upper section of the blackboard was full, and with a great heave, Forchheimer shoved it up and half-filled the lower section with formulae.

Then he stood back and began to give a lecture.  Naturally I was unable to understand a word he was saying.  This then developed into a debate lasting some two hours, which was only terminated when an attendant appeared and reminded the rector of an appointment.  The rector then excused himself quickly, shook my hand and said, "We must discuss this matter again, but in greater detail".  With this my first and last visit to the Technical University for Agricultural Science came to an end.

Professor Forchheimer took me by the arm and asked me to accompany him.  He even forgot to take leave of his colleagues, to whom I quickly said good-bye, and swept impatiently out of the room.  At the door he looked at his watch, was horrified to see how time had flown, and said quickly, "Come to my house at nine o'clock tomorrow morning and then we can discuss this highly interesting matter in peace and quiet.  I wish you had told me about this much earlier on, because it would be worth devoting a whole textbook to it".  I nodded my agreement to his suggestion and then, adjusting his top-hat, he marched off.

The following morning I appeared punctually at 21 Peter Jordan Stra?e.  Forchheimer immediately came to the point.  "Well now, let us discuss the curve you talked about yesterday in far greater detail.  But before doing so, please explain how you arrived at the comparison with the boar.  It is really very apt, but why this example?"  "Actually it doesn't come from me", I replied, "but from my father, who with these same words explained to his foresters how to arrange a log-rafting stream naturalesquely so that very heavy logs are able to float".  Professor Forchheimer looked at me in surprise and then I began to explain the concept of `arranging` and its purpose.

"The floatation of logs in the Klafferbach was an art requiring very special knowledge.  Firstly there was only just enough water for the heavy logs, and secondly the bends were tight, which only a good `arrangement` was able to overcome.  The purpose of this arrangement was to accelerate the passage of the logs with brake-curves."  "Just a moment!" the professor interrupted, "You mean that the water has to be braked in order to be accelerated?  Not a bad idea, because in the process the water becomes compressed and its momentum increased."  "Not so, professor, that is not what I meant.  The aim of these brake-curves is primarily to make the water rotate spirally about its own axis, like it does above every plug-hole.   "
The professor scribbled something on his notepad, fiddled with his pencil and impatiently pressed me to continue.

"Professor, have you ever watched a boar when it is urinating?"  He shook his head.  "Well then, try to imagine the shape of the curve produced by the flow of urine when the boar is running."  "That would be the most ideal cycloid space-curve, and it could not be constructed more beautifully", exclaimed the professor.  After this observation, he tried to draw this peculiar curve, but quickly gave up.  It is very difficult to draw, because the elevation is the same as the plan.  He then tried to calculate it while I sat quietly and watched.  He scratched first one ear and then the other, throwing away one sheet of paper after the next.  He then declared that the curve would take years to calculate, even if the present state of mathematics was up to it.

"Professor", I replied, "we are here concerned with a curve in which and through which life evolves".  This led to a lengthy, wide-ranging, philosophical discussion which mainly revolved around the indefinable concept of `life`.  Finally the professor said, "I am a Jew and cannot agree.  If you turn me upside down, all that will fall out are formulae.  You think in a space that only you and no-one else knows - and therefore we cannot make any headway."

On my way home I met the well-known author and former naval officer Captain Deskovic, to whom I related all that had happened.  A few days later he called on me and invited me to visit His Excellency Professor Wilhelm Exner, who had a burning interest in my theories.  Exner's welcome was very cordial, and he immediately enquired, "Do you know anything about the brake-curves that maintain water's steady flow down steep gradients?".  When I answered in the affirmative, he continued, "Please understand me correctly.  I do not mean any mechanical brake, but an inner safety brake".  He then called out to an elderly housekeeper for a cigar and requested that I explain my conception of this inner water-brake, because it was a problem that had tormented him for years.

"Before answering your question, your Excellency, I must first tell you how I view water and what I consider it to be."  Exner smiled enigmatically, "As you will", and invited me to continue.  "Were water actually what hydrologists deem it to be - a chemically-inert substance - then a long time ago there would already have been no water and no life on this Earth.  I regard water as the blood of the Earth.  Its internal process, while not identical to that of our blood, is nonetheless very similar.  It is this process that gives water its movement.  I would compare this inner motion, the origin of all possible physical movement, to that of a blossoming flower bud.  As it unfolds, it creates a vortex-like crown of petals, in the centre and at the end of which stands the true secret of motion - life in statu nascendi, in the form of a concentration of movement. 

"I look upon this unfolding as the biological sequel to a preceding
concentration of energy-matter (dynagen).  It is the outcome of a form of radiation, which I view as a highly organised, vibratory process.  Life itself, which springs forth as the final product of unfoldment from this ur-fundament, is the highest conceivable concentration of dynagen.  Through the agency of external environmental influences, and having manifested itself as a unique and unparalleled ostensible birth (because it is a precipitate), this concentration unfolds itself for the last time within a fraction of a second, only then to be extinguished.  Whatever remains behind is a physical fruit comprised of raw materials in which inner levitative forces wane and which solidifies under the concentrating forms of heat generated by the incident light of the Sun.

"In water the meanders continually bring about processes of concentration and unfolding.  In a certain sense they represent `water-blossoms`, out of which growing radiation-emitting calyxes, or funnels, develop in an upstream direction.  In their direct effect they are the cause of the braking of older (de-energised) river-water.  The faster water drains down steep gradients - where it receives various impact-related impulses arising from encounters with resistances such as stones - the more powerful the reactive forces of recoil become.  These, through the eruption (expansion) of the unfolding water-calyxes in an upstream direction, brake the apparently unrestrained flow on steep inclines as a result of these inner processes of growth.  The secret of the outgrowth of new water, which takes place in the opposite direction to the flow, is concealed in the cycloid space-curve motion through which the water is made to pulsate."

Professor Exner then told me that he had more or less understood what I had said, and that I should speak to no-one else about it.  "Please try to write down all that you have clearly stated, in simple language.  I will then seal it, unread, in your presence and deposit it in the Academy of Science for use in the future.  I am the chairman of the Academy, and I will see to it that your authorship rights are protected.  I'll discuss this with Deskovic so that he can arrange for a cover note." This he did.  I never saw Exner again because he died shortly thereafter.

Later on Professor Forchheimer informed me, "I will be responsible for these expositions, and now you will be able to write about them in `Die Wasserwirtschaft`.  However, please give me the manuscript to edit."  This is how my writings eventually came to be published - though later they were proscribed.  Forchheimer then declared categorically that I should accompany him the following day to meet Professor Schocklitz and Professor Smorcek in Br?nn.  Professor Schocklitz showed us around his laboratory.  He proudly showed us some glass plates across which water was flowing.  This provoked the comment that I had never seen water flowing over such glass plates in Nature.  As Professor Schocklitz took this remark greatly amiss, I diverted the conversation towards a turbine-blade lying in a corner, heavily pitted by the effects of cavitation.

Professor Schocklitz apparently had no idea of the decomposive after-effects of dynamitic substances, which explained these cavitation-related phenomena in steel turbine-blades.  According to the book Deutsche Physik these energy-precipitates, which range themselves in a particular direction, develop a peak performance of the order of 32,000 atmospheres and involve precisely the opposite products of synthesis.  These I discussed in detail with Professor Smorcek, director of the university, immediately afterwards in his workshop - a `workshop` is the only way such laboratories can be described, since they take no heed of the inner dynamic processes in water.

I drew Professor Smorcek's attention to the different effects of formative and destructive products of synthesis.  Although he seemed very interested, no further contact with him eventuated.  He said he would soon be returning to Vienna and would like to take me to meet Professor Schaffernak, director of the hydrology department at the university, in order to discuss this and other questions.  Professor Forchheimer declined the invitation and explained that it would serve no purpose, since Schaffernak was too materialist.  He could not explain, for example, why the waters of the Danube and the river Inn did not mix immediately at their confluence, but only much later and further downstream.  This visit actually took place with Professor Smorcek present.  I explained this phenomenon as arising from different conditions of potential and temperature which permit the waters to mix only after they themselves have first come to a state of common thermal and energetic equilibrium. 

Professor Schaffernak looked at me strangely and asked how I came upon such an idea.  He asked some other questions too, through which I realised that he too viewed water as a chemically-inert substance, and its finely dispersed sedimentary matter, the bacteriophagous threshold matter in its most highly evolved state, as `impurities` in the blood of the Earth.  In reality, these are the true sources from which negatively-charged fructigenic potencies are created.  They intermix with descending, finely-dispersed and dosed seminal matter (oxygen).  Through this interaction, water `comes to life`, and begins to pulsate.

A more comprehensive understanding of these processes was impossible for any of these scholars.  It was only Professor Forchheimer who later murmured reflectively, "I'm glad I'm already 75 years old.  You cannot harm me anymore.  The time will come, however, when you will be understood".

Over the course of the years I had many occasions to speak with scientists of world repute about the concept of `atomic disintegration and formation`.  In Berlin, just before he was taken into custody, the famous physicist, natural scientist and Privy Councillor, Max Planck, was called in as an expert adviser during an interview I had with Herr Hitler.  He only looked at me intently, but said nothing about my views.  What he did say, however, was, "Science has nothing to do with Nature".  He then took me to the chief chemist at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute.  This conversation had disastrous consequences for me.  I only mention it here merely to point out the dangers that arise if one discusses such matters with people who feel that their research has taken a wrong turn, but who want to maintain their own livelihood.

Naturalesque river regulation will only be understood after the inner process of motion outlined above has become common knowledge.  For this a long period of re-education will perhaps become necessary.  But first the tragic repercussions of today's purely mechanistic methods of river engineering will have to become starkly apparent through the occurrence of the most disastrous events.  Everything we see around us, or are otherwise aware of, came into being through cycloid space-curve motion, which is the basis of self-renewal and evolution.  It is a form of motion that can only arise when, owing to the braking resistances of the riverbank (the effect of meanders) the forward motion of the water is translated into a rotational one.

Shortly before his death, Forchheimer attributed cycloid brake-curves to me in his unfinished book.  With this book, Forchheimer intended to refute everything he had implanted into millions of brains with his textbooks - he had taught that water had to be channelled as fast as possible by the steepest, straightest and shortest route from mountain to valley, so that it could flow into the sea having done as little harm as possible.

During this final period, Professor Forchheimer also realised that with this, he, as a leading hydrologist, had made the greatest teaching mistake of his life by destroying the naturalesque developmental pathway along which, in a rhythmic sequence, the forward flow of water is intermixed with formative and transformative rotational motion.  At the intersection of these alternating movements, under certain other specific preconditions, the formative, reproductive and upwardly-evoluting power of fructigenic matter is released. This becomes uni-polar, and so highly active that it is able to bind whatever the corraded river-gravel disperses into the water, or whatever the gills of the trout eject to promote their own mobility.  In these life-renewing processes, whatever then radiates and expands upstream out of the calyx-like water-formations, as a surplus, conceals the riddle - water.

As a result of cooling influences, reinforced by naturalesque plantation of the riverbanks, negatively-charged fructigens become highly active.  Finely distributed around the external surfaces of the water-calyx, the `aggressor` is to be found - the oxygen which becomes aggressive with warming and leads to a build-up of heat.  It is only in this spacially-diminished (dispersed) and internally-passive state induced by cold influences, that the `aggressor` can be consumed (enveloped and bound) by what Goethe called the `Eternally Female` and the `All-Uplifting` (the carbones and fructigens).

However, if as a result of the elimination of cycloid space-curves in straight-channelled river regulations, the naturalesque evolutionary curve is lost and with it the possibility for self-renewal, then water becomes stale, insipid and sick.  With this everything that owes its existence, its physical well-being and its increase in mental vigour to the water also disappears.  Most importantly of all, it is quite futile to work towards an improvement in the present standard of living as long as the Blood of the Earth, the apparently ordinary-looking water that faithfully accompanies us from the cradle to the grave, is not given back its matriarchal rights.  With these it can consume the `aggressor` in such a condition that self-renewal is not harmed - but which as the ultimate precipitate can only be put to good use.  In this regard mechanical influence alone is insufficient.  By means of a deterrent cold influence the inner destructive fury must first be removed from what has been dispersed, and this is done with the use of cycloid space-curve motion.

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OUR SENSELESS TOIL

The Cause of the World Crisis
Progress Through Transformation Of The Atom - Not Its Destruction !

first published in 1933


PART I

Table of contents

ForwordHotwordStyle=BookDefault;    
The Disrupted Circle - The Cause Of The CrisisHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
Nature Protects HerselfHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
Nature Operates Only DirectlyHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
The Nature Of WaterHotwordStyle=BookDefault;    
Der Cancerous Decay Of OrganismsHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
The ForestHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
AgricultureHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
The Energy IndustryHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
The First DoubtsHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
Questions For ScienceHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
The Error Of CivilisationHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
An ExperimentHotwordStyle=BookDefault;
The Road To Free EnergiesHotwordStyle=BookDefault;


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Foreword

Progress through transformation of the atom - not its destruction !
   
By means of only slight variations in temperature I have succeeded in decomposing various substances (elements and their compounds, minerals, metals, etc.) into their constituent parts, and subsequently to rearrange and recombine them.  At present the scope for practical application of this discovery cannot be assessed, but it would undoubtedly imply a total reorientation in all areas of science and technology.  Using this newly-discovered conformity with natural law I have already constructed fairly large installations in the fields of log-rafting and river regulation.  They have functioned faultlessly for a decade and today still present insoluble enigmas to the various scientific disciplines concerned.  Present systems of forestry, agriculture, water and energy resources management, as well as many theories and tenets of physics, chemistry, botany and geology will have to undergo a radical departure from basic principles.  Even medical science will not be left unscathed by this discovery.
   
In this way it is possible to generate any amount of energy in and from water itself and to regulate watercourses over any given distance without embankment works.  It is possible to transport timber and other materials down the central axis of flow, even if these materials (ore, stones, etc.) are heavier than water.  It is possible to raise the height of the water table over a whole region and to endow the groundwater with the full spectrum of elements required for the prevailing vegetation.
   
Furthermore, timber and other materials can be rendered incombustible and rot-resistant.  Drinking water and spa-water of any desired composition and therapeutic effect can be artificially produced for man, beast and soil, in the same way that this occurs naturally.  Water can be raised vertically in pipes without pumps.  Electricity and radiant energies of any magnitude can be generated almost without cost.  Soil quality can be improved and cancer, tuberculosis and nervous disorders healed.



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The Disrupted Cycle - The Cause Of The Crisis
   
Today a yearning for living naturally is on the increase.  This craving for a strong, peaceful and healthy Nature is an inevitable symptom of the present age and the counterbalance to the inorganic civilisation we erroneously describe as culture.  This civilisation is the creation of  humanity, who high-handedly and without consideration for the true workings of Nature, has created a world devoid of meaning and foundation.  Now she threatens to destroy him, for through his behaviour and his activities he, who should be her master, has disturbed Nature's inherent unity.

Today we are standing helpless and perplexed before all that we have created; increasingly forced to recognise that our work, with all its problems, merely serves our own self-destruction.  With no glimmer of improvement anywhere in sight we feel hopelessly propelled towards a forlorn future.  It is quite understandable therefore that an increasing number of people are sick and tired of this insane activity and now seeking ways to return to Mother Nature.
   
The human is a being created according to Nature's laws and is therefore dependent upon them.  In the course of time our magnum opus, our self-created pseudo-culture, has become a meaningless and incoherent monstrosity.  Through the immense power of technology it has reached such gargantuan proportions that it almost equals the power of Nature herself.  At the very least it is already able to interfere destructively with her great life-giving functions.  Humanity represents but a small spark, a mere micro-organism in Nature's great panoply of Life.  Encouraged by a short-lived, illusory success, humanity has embarked on a course that is beginning to disrupt the great coherence of Life.  Not only this, but it is also about to put an end to all high-quality growth and production on our macro-organism, Earth.
   
Despite our accumulation of material wealth, humanity is now engulfed by a widespread economic collapse.  Many areas of production exhibit regressive trends so that visible epicentres of decay are growing on all sides and threatening humanity itself.  Despite all the research no means can be found to prevent humanity from decaying alive.  This is no more than the just and legitimate consequence of human activity.  Knowing nothing of Nature's omnipotent laws, and with mindless greed, humanity claws into the life-giving organism of Mother Earth.  She is now, with elemental power, beginning to paralyse the wanton hand that dared disturb the forces that serve all Creation.
   
This unique law, which reigns supreme throughout Nature's vastness and oneness, expresses itself in every creature and organism.  It is the Law of Ceaseless Cycles that in every organism is linked to a definite time-span and a particular tempo.
   
If some intervening force should either accelerate, retard or altogether arrest the tempo of this cycle (wherein every event is governed by the action of the preceding one) then it can no longer serve the legitimate purpose for which, in common with all of Nature's creations, it is destined.  The affected organism lags behind, thrust aside from the main evolutionary stream of Life.  All those organisms whose life or death are dependent on it are also condemned to death, ultimately causing the demise of the foolish, interfering hand which is to blame for it all.
   
The causative force is our mind and the soulless technology it has spawned, including our lawless and mind-destroying technological culture.  These are jointly responsible for disrupting the circulation of the Earth's water and blood.  Moreover, if everything this mechanistic civilisation has created should perish in step with such development, then the breakdown is in no way a passing crisis.  It is the inevitable collapse of a dizzily-high, foundationless cultural edifice, whereby whatever is left of genuine culture will also be swept away.

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Nature Protects Herself   
   
Nature's most effective protection is the frailty of humanity, its work and its activities.  The consequences of its activities must sooner or later bring about its own demise for the greater part of its present endeavours contravenes every principle of Nature.  Hence, it is merely a question of the efficacy of humanity's activities and of the attainment of a particular level of culture which determines when the reaction sets in; when all that has been built up with so much care and sweat must once more collapse upon itself.
   
Once humanity has reached this point, Nature will rid herself effortlessly of her greatest enemy and with renewed energy will rebuild all that humanity has destroyed.  If as a result, more and more people are to be found today who fear this fearful mayhem, they do it less out of a love of Nature than for their own self-preservation, which still remains a natural force in people.  There are a few individuals possessed of great foresight, who are still in touch with Nature and are able to perceive the insanity of our work in its true light.  Their ceaseless efforts are a solemn, though sadly-unheeded admonition to their contemporaries.  The latter are preoccupied with the exigencies of day-to-day existence and incapacitated by over-specialisation.  They are no longer able to perceive the minute and fragile processes through which all Life in Nature is organically created and maintained, pulsebeat by pulsebeat.  Unfortunately, the warnings to come to our senses are in the end but cries in the wilderness.


Die Natur sch?tzt sich selbst

Der wirksamste Schutz der Natur ist die Hinf?lligkeit des Menschen, seiner Werke und seiner Handlungen, deren Auswirkungen ihn fr?her oder sp?ter selbst vernichten m?ssen, weil ein Gro?teil seiner heutigen Handlungen allem Natursinn entgegengerichtet sind. Daher ist es auch seit jeher nur eine Frage der Wirksamkeit seiner Handlungen und nur immer eine Frage des Erreichens einer bestimmten Kulturh?he, wann die r?ckl?ufige Bewegung einsetzt und wann alles mit vieler Sorge und mit Schwei? Erbaute wieder in sich zusammenbrechen mu?.
Hat der Mensch diese Stufe erreicht, so wird die Natur ihren gr??ten Feind ganz von selbst los und mit neuer Macht wird sie wieder aufbauen, was die Menschen durch ihre Arbeit zerst?rt haben.
Wenn sich daher heute immer mehr Menschen finden, die sich diesem f?rchterlichen Tun und Treiben entgegenstemmen, so geschieht dies meist weniger aus Liebe zur Natur, als vielmehr aus Gr?nden der Selbsterhaltung, die als Naturkraft im Menschen erhalten geblieben ist.
Die st?ndigen Bem?hungen einzelner Menschen, die mit weitem Blick in die Zukunft schauend das wahre Gesicht, den Unsinn unserer Arbeit zu erkennen verm?gen, weil sie den Zusammenhang mit der Natur noch nicht verloren haben, sind wohl sehr ernste, aber leider wenig beachtete Mahnungen an die Mitwelt, die, mitgerissen von dem Getriebe der Zeit und verbildet durch ?berspezialisierung, die Einzelheiten nicht mehr wahrnehmen kann, aus denen sich organisch, also Pulsschlag f?r Pulsschlag das gesamte Leben in der Natur aufbaut und erh?lt. Leider sind diese Mahnungen, doch endlich zur Vernunft zu kommen, nur Rufe in der W?ste

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Nature Operates Only Indirectly
   
"How else should it be done then?" is always the immediate question.  The answer is simple:  Exactly in the opposite way that it is done today!  Very simple observations reveal that Nature's ways are always indirect.  It is through our sheer intransigence that we always find it necessary to adopt the most direct approach.  Therefore we should not complain if as a result we are constantly at odds with almighty Nature. 
   
All we really need to do is adapt ourselves intelligently to Nature's marvellous order:  To understand that it is indeed both foolish and futile to fight against her forces and to realise that if left to itself all would otherwise happen of its own accord.  Moreover the recovery we so fervently desire would then come about quite automatically.  Nature constantly indicates the right paths to take.  Most certainly these new ways will lead in the opposite direction to the one we are wont to take.  This is only to be expected, because it is the present direction that has led to our undoing.  All those who seriously wish to travel this new road should take note of the following explanations.

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« Reply #21 on: March 17, 2006, 03:49:39 AM »
The Nature Of Water
   
The upholder of the cycles which sustain all Life is water.  In every drop of water dwells a deity whom indeed we all serve.  There also dwells Life, the soul of the primal substance - water - whose boundaries and banks are the capillaries that guide it, and in which it circulates.  Every pulse beat arising through the interaction of will and resistance  is indicative of creative work and urges us to care for those vessels, those primary and most vital structures, in which throbs the product of a dualistic power - Life.
   
Every waterway is an artery of this Life, an artery that creates its own pathways and bridges as it advances, so as to diffuse its dawning life-force through the Earth and elevate itself to great heights, to become shining, beautiful and free.  Standing at the highest level of evolution, and above all being blessed with mind and reason, humanity constantly does the most idiotic thing imaginable by trying to regulate these waterways by means of their banks - by influencing the flow mechanically, instead of taking into account the fact that water is itself a living entity.
   
The assumption behind this absurd practice is that the riverbank shapes the watercourse, whereas the riverbank is actually the secondary effect and water the primary.  To regulate water by means of the riverbank is truly to fight cause with effect.  It should be as inconceivable to a thinking engineer to reinforce the crumbling bank of a watercourse with rammed piles and brush-wood bales, or to smear over cracks with cement, as it would be for a doctor to patch up ruptured capillaries with needle and thread. Astonishingly, though, it still happens!  The condition of all our waterways demonstrates just where these measures have led.
   
In not one single case has the desired object been attained - namely the achievement of a normal channel-profile.  On the contrary, all such river regulation has provoked further damage which far outweighs any local or short-term advantages.  Large rivers such as the Danube, Rhine, Tagliamento, Etsch, Garonne and Mississippi bear witness to the failure of such complicated and costly river regulations.  Quite apart from the tremendous damage caused in the lower reaches by their strictly mechanical regulation, these rivers are stripped of their most valuable assets, their great physical qualities.
   
The present dirty grey, muddy brew known as the Blue Danube, upon whose bed river-gold once gleamed, and the Rhine, the symbol of German identity, where Rhinegold flashed in bygone days, are tragic testimonials to these perverse practices.  The mythical `Gold of the Nibelungs` originated in the golden glow given off by pebbles as they rubbed against each other while rolling along the riverbed at night - for when there is a decrease in water temperature, the tractive force increases, causing the stones to move.  If two pebbles are rubbed together under water, a golden glow appears.  This yellowish-red fiery glow used to be mistaken for the flashing of gold, thought to be lying on the bottom of the river.  Today this `river-gold` lies heaped up in huge mounds of gravel, shifted hither and thither by the force of the sluggish and murky water-masses flowing above them. They no longer imbue the water with energy and soul, as once they did.  Instead they assist in ousting the soul-less body - water - from its badly-regulated course.
   
Our clear, cold mountain streams have become wild torrents.  Full of the vigour of youth, these lively streams used to be surrounded by burgeoning vegetation and consorted with every blade of grass as long as man did not interfere.  Today they can no longer be confined even with metre-thick concrete walls.  Wherever we look we see the dreadful disintegration of the very bridges of Life, the capillaries and the bodies they have created, caused by mindless mechanical human acts.  These actions have robbed the Earths blood - water - of its soul.  It is therefore inevitable that the larger and more expensive these regulatory structures become, the greater will be the ensuing damage.  In the lower reaches of the Danube almost a million hectares of valuable farmland have been lost due to the regulation of the upper reaches.  Similar conditions apply to all other rivers.
   
Even today the river engineer fails to understand the true nature and purpose of water.  The harder he tries to conduct it by the shortest and straightest route to the sea, the more it will tend to form bends, the longer will be its path and the worse its quality.  The flow of water down a natural gradient obeys a sublime, inner Law whose power our hydraulic experts are quite unable to comprehend.  In the absence of this inner conformity with law, all flowing water ought to accelerate faster and faster until it ultimately transfers to a vaporous state.  Science maintains that water is braked by internal and external friction, though it is well known that friction is associated with the generation of heat.  However, it can be shown that the temperature of fast-flowing water decreases, which leads to an increase in tractive force and internal friction.  This simple observation invalidates certain essential propositions in the complex of current hydro-mechanical theories.
   
Where then is the real secret of steadiness in the flow of draining water-masses?   The force that brakes the flow of water down a gradient is a resistance which acts against the force of gravity, a circulation of energy operating in the opposite direction to the current.  This is also true of all metabolic processes and gives water its character and thus its soul.  Contemporary systems of river regulation inhibit this vital function.  The logical outcome of this is the loss of waters inner braking power.  The water becomes soulless, without character and therefore aggressive.

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« Reply #22 on: March 17, 2006, 03:49:59 AM »
The Cancerous Decay of Organisms
   
The more extensive regulatory works become, destroying waters naturally-ordained inner functions, the greater the ensuing danger to the riverbanks and the surrounding area.  Now characterless, the water breaks its bonds.  Having become unstable, it seeks to regain its soul with one last supreme effort.  The water-masses abandon their proper course and countless water-borne energy-bodies are dropped by the exhausted water.  Disoriented, it now turns on these organisms and robs them of their life-force.  Deprived of their souls, their sources of energy, they begin to rot.  Bacteria develop and the Earths arteries are suffused with cancerous decay.
   
Sinking into the ground, this diseased water now contaminates groundwater. 
As it rises through the capillaries of the soil and vegetation, this very Blood of the Earth carries the embryo of this fearful disease with it up into the widest variety of plants.  This leads to the qualitative degeneration of vegetation, principally in the internal decay of forest trees.  As a further consequence, it leads to a regression in the quality of everything in which water circulates.  Ultimately in accordance with a law which operates with awesome constancy, it will slowly but surely come around to our turn.  The spreading of the most terrible of all diseases - cancer - is the inevitable consequence of these unnatural systems of regulation.  It goes without saying that specialists in other fields also have a hand in this work of destruction.

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« Reply #23 on: March 17, 2006, 03:50:15 AM »
The Forest

Foremost amongst the various professions is modern forestry, which for a century has unsuccessfully attempted to transform the highest plant organism, forest, into a timber factory.  Trees are set out in rows and the preconditions for the natural regeneration and intermixture of species are altered arbitrarily.  Nobody has any idea what happens in the interior of a tree.  Or why, contrary to all the laws of mechanics, water can rise with its various substances to the very top of a tree via its capillaries.  Some talk of osmotic pressure, while others speak of root-stimulation.  All agree, however, that the Sun is the ultimate driving force.  What none of them know is how.
   
This research is carried out with the aid of mechanical equipment. So their attempts to find out are coloured by mistaken thinking and are therefore useless.  In the first place every pump requires a motor.  Secondly, it is not enough merely to tickle the trees' toes.  Thirdly, it is a well-known fact that trees cover themselves with branches, a sure sign that they desire to shield themselves from the Sun and its direct warming influence, for they are only able to benefit from sunlight indirectly.  But what does the forester care?  He simply plants `shade-demanding` trees in the light, and lo, they grow more readily!  Unfortunately even this magic is short-lived.  The structure of such trees becomes looser and more coarsely-knit and ultimately the identical process begins that is now apparent in our increasingly filthy river-systems.
   
Discoloured blotches initially appear in the cross-section of the trunk.  Then the rotting process sets in, spreading from the centre outwards.  In the interior of the tree a multitude of alien life-forms develop - cancer - to which the macroorganism, the tree, gradually falls victim.  Various microbes are now eagerly collected, receive Latin names, and many people are gainfully employed in documenting the innumerable diseases which from year to year and in ever greater number assail the tree's prime asset, its health.  All fail to see that the much sought-after instigator of this alien life-form is the forester and his absurd practices.

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« Reply #24 on: March 17, 2006, 03:50:30 AM »
Agriculture
   
Hand in hand with the forester works the landowner.  The blood of the Earth constantly deteriorates, the fertility of the soil decreases and happily the need to fertilise is there!  Forward strides the chemist and strews his salts!  Unfortunately this good man neither has any inkling why and how these salts are dissolved, nor what processes enable the development of the energies required for thriving plant growth.
   
Success lasts only a few years, after which the soil very quickly becomes clogged with artificial fertiliser.  Once again Man has worked against Nature, by cheerfully plugging up the last sources of food, the capillaries in the soil.  At a complete loss, the farmer now stands bewildered in his field, which for a short time rewarded him very handsomely with quantity at the increasing expense of the quality of his produce.  As a result he actually harvested less in the long-term, although short-term his harvests were almost unlimited in quantity.  Instinctively seeking vital substances in the Earth, he gets out his deep-cut plough and destroys the soil's capillaries. 
   
The same thing now happens to agriculture as is happening to the forests.  Superficially everything appears to blossom and flourish.  These are but false blossomings, which are nurtured by rotting marrow.  More than ever before they now begin to bear the fruits of decay - cancer.  Cereals lose their starch content, the meadows become overgrown with mosses and the fields with weeds.  All that increases is the labour and the expense.  The end is the loss of soil, house and home.

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The Energy Industry
   
The energy-technologist is the true ringleader in this merry-go-round.  Where still available in sufficient quantity, coal (the Earth's Bread) and water (the Earth's Blood) are used to produce various forms of energy.  Enormous quantities of energy are being produced, electrical energy in particular, but even today nobody knows what electricity actually is.  The possible uses of electricity are enormous.  How it comes into being, the consequences and the after-effects of present methods of its production, remain unknown however.
   
Humanity has wallowed in this fortuitously discovered wealth for only a few decades.  The water to drive its machines will become increasingly scarce and of worsening quality.  The catastrophes which beset the Earth will also become more and more violent, for humanity has stolen carbone (her bread), water (her blood) and energy (her soul).  Untiringly, humanity labours on and plunges deeper and deeper into abject misery.

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The First Doubts
   
The more that exact science, the very foundation of such practices, begins to shake, the greater will be humanity's mistrust of it.  The deeper the groundwater sinks into the Earth, the worse the climatic conditions will become, and the more forlorn the future and the more characterless the people.  Hardship and hardship alone will increase.  Gradually mothers will begin to sell their love and their souls in the streets.  Fathers will begin to beg, contemplating robbery and murder, and the political situation will become increasingly fraught.  The greater the stench of this deranged and lunatic industrial society, the paler the cheeks and the more garish the artificial rouge.
   
The more terrible the weapons of war, the greater the fear between one people and another.  Every statistic bears witness to the increase in the ultimate and most dangerous disease - cancer.  Doctors stand helpless and perplexed before this unbridled development.  The victims of this terrible disease are without number.  Blindly the knife hacks away and overcome with pain, people rot away in hospitals.  Nobody understands why this hideous disease is reaching epidemic proportions.  Everything is registered and organised.  Innocent animals are tortured in the search for the virus of our most dangerous enemy.  They will never find it in this way, for it is inherent in the very nature of the way we work.

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Questions For Science
   
Since the very beginning of time the Sun has stood above everything, staring down in icy silence at the frenzied activities of humanity, who regard it as a fiery orb.  How could it be otherwise, such is their direct mental approach towards life?  Yet the closer we approach this source of light and heat, the colder and darker its face will become.  The nearer we are to it, the brighter the stars will be.  As its light diminishes, heat, atmosphere, water and life will also disappear.
   
What serves the Sun as a carrier of light and heat, if, in the view of our learned scientists, space is a vacuum ?
   
Why is the light and heat in the tropics more diffuse, and at the poles the Sun's light more intense and its radiant heat less ?

Why is water at the poles warmer at the bottom ?

 Why is the sunlit surface so icily cold ?

Why doesn't the warmer, lighter bottom-water of the sea rise upwards ? 

Why are water temperatures at the equator so warm ? 

Why is it that it gets colder with increasing depth, and why does it get warmer again below the boundary layer of +4?C (+39.2?F), and why    does Life begin there anew ?

Why do the magnetic lines of force run from south to north, and why does the Earth rotate from west to east ?
   
Why does a top stand upright when it is spun from the side ?
   
Why is the desert so dead despite all the heat ?
   
How is it that the warm Gulf Stream can push cold seawater aside and wend its way for    thousands of kilometres over ocean mountains and valleys in a reversed temperature-   gradient, without the assistance of a mechanical gradient ?
   
Why does groundwater in walls rise far above the surface of the ground ?
   
Why don't wooden posts rot under water, but above it always ?

Why do damp tiled roofs dry out from the eaves towards the ridge ?
   
Why can rising cold water pierce through the hardest rock ?

Why doesn't the Earth's warm air rise ?
   
Why is it so cold at the top of a mountain - nearer the Sun ?

Why is it warmer nearer the ceiling and colder at the floor in our houses when an artificial source of heat is used?
   
Why do gases condense with a decrease in temperature, and why don't the fiery gases of the Sun, with supposed temperatures of over 6000?C (10,832?F), stream out into space ?
   
Why does marble expand with heat, and why doesn't it contract again with cold ?

Why do westeast flowing water-courses fertilise their banks ?
   
Why are the banks of eastwest flowing rivers so barren ?
   
Why are the banks of southnorth flowing watercourses fertile on one side only ?
   
Why do rivers flowing into cold seas migrate laterally to the north ?

Why does the salt content of the seas vary ?
   
Why do herrings migrate northwards in winter ?
   
Why do deep-sea fish glow ?

Why do cold-blooded animals carry fever-inducing poison ?
   
Why does a cold fever occur in the tropics ?  Why does a warm fever arise from a chill ?

What is fever anyway ?

What is temperature ?  What is heat ?  What is cold ?
   
What is energy ?

Why does the heart beat in our breast ?

Who gives this muscle its impulse to move ?     

Where is the motor for this pump ? 

Why does blood circulate in our blood vessels ? 

Why do we breathe day and night, when asleep and even when totally unconscious ?

Why do the fluids in a chicken's egg circulate without a heart ? 

Why does a stone suffocate when we cut off its air supply ?
   
Why do light-demanding timbers have a thick bark, and shade-demanders only a thin one?
   
Why does a trout stand still in a raging torrent, as if by magic ?
   
What is it that keeps the Earth floating in space ?
   
Does the heart beat because we breathe, or do we breathe because the heart beats ? 

Where    is the heart of a plant ?
   
Why does water pulsate and breathe ? 

Why does groundwater manage to remain on the sides of mountains and why, growing colder and heavier, does it rise upwards ? 

Why does it frequently spring from high peaks ?
   
Why do deltas and estuaries develop ?

What is evaporation ? What is vaporisation ?
   
What is dissolution, what is combination, what is absorption, and on what effects are these processes founded ?
   
Why is our body-temperature sub-normal when climbing a mountain and above normal as we descend ?

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« Reply #28 on: March 17, 2006, 03:51:28 AM »
The Error Of Civilisation
   
Is there really such an enormous difference between the breaching of a riverbank and the bursting of our blood vessels?  Is it really necessary that the last human being must rot away alive before we all become consciously aware of the errors of our ways?  Why can we not admit to ourselves that it is our senseless activity that is killing us?  Do we actually have the right to stuff such worthless knowledge into our children, when science has already led us to the very brink of disaster?  Where does our knowledge begin and where does it end?
   
Does anyone still dare to speak of science and culture in the same breath?  Are our children actually wrong if they refuse to be instructed by their parents and teachers, and choose to go their own way?  Is one seriously to believe that hunger can be appeased by political phrases and bayonets?  Are there really still people who believe that improvements can be achieved through coercion, when work undertaken of their own free will has already brought such unspeakable misfortune?
   
If this be true, then let Nature quietly continue to so prevail, for she will then do great and noble work.  Nature is simpler in her effects and more complex in her functions than our rational minds can conceive.


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