The Water Wizard

The Water Wizard : The Extraordinary Properties of Natural Water

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According to Schauberger, water is akin to blood in the human body - the most important life-giving and energy-empowering substance on the planet. Yet, with incorrect, ignorant handling, it becomes diseased, affecting human, animal and vegetable life alike, causing physical decay and, in the case of people, their moral, mental and spiritual deterioration as well.




Schauberger was a fearless exponent of natural energy and a fascinating polemicist, revelling in doing battle with contemporary orthodox scientists. Sadly, the same extractive and water management policies which brought devastation and widespread pollution in his day have even greater consequences today.




Themes addressed in this book include:






The natural pulsation of water and how to maintain it
How minute differences in temperature affect the natural function of water in the earth, in plants and rivers.
How to regulate rivers without damaging their vitality and health
The natural conversion of sea-water into fresh water
The consequence of sterilisation and chlorination of water
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 165 x 234 x 13mm | 375g
  • Gateway
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • English
  • 160 photographs and line illustrations
  • 1858600480
  • 9781858600482
  • 42,250

About Viktor Schauberger

Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) came from a long line of forest custodians. An Austrian naturalist, philosopher and inventor, his extraordinary understanding of the workings of nature derived from his keen powers of observation in the forest where he worked.




Callum Coats is the author of Living Energies, the standard work of reference on Viktor Schauberger's ideas and studied with Schauberger's son, Walter, in Austria.
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