Viktor Schauberger

The Water-wizard from Austria.

Introduction

For a long time I have been interested in environmental subjects and new technique which is co-operating with the nature instead of against it. This is how I came in contact with Viktor Schauberger´s ideas and work. The reason why I got so interested was a book "Living Water" written by the Swedish author Olof Alexandersson. As this book is very well written and contains a good brief on Viktor Schauberger, his ideas and work, I strongly recommend it to everybody that takes an interest in these subjects.

After reading this book I felt very strongly that I needed to know more. After some problems with Implonik-Information I managed to get in contact with the author himself. From Olof Alexandersson I had some interesting material, later on I also had some more heavier mathematical/technical material that might be able after some time.

The material in the following articles is authentic and has been taken from the paper IMPLOSION and then translated into Swedish by O. A. IMPLOSION was published for the first time in 1961, laid down in 1990, but recently started again. If anyone would like to subscribe (only available on German, sadly enough) You can write to: Verein für Implosionsforschung und Anvendunge e. V. , Windschläger Str. 58, 77652 Offenburg, Deutschland.

I have selected one of these articles to be the introduction article because that I think it is easy to understand and that it gives an interesting view of the work and ideas of V.S. Because of my own incomplete knowledge of V.S. I can not promise to answer questions, BUT I welcome any contacts. If You would like some more material than available here, I recommend "Living Water" and "Living Energies" by Callum Coats.

Books for interested

The living water

Author: Olof Alexandersson
Publisher: Gateway books

Living Energies

Author: Callum Coats
Publisher: Gateway books

Gateway books on Internet

Gateway logo Gateway Books are the publishers of "Living Water" and "Living Energies", both very good books for anyone that is intrested in Shauberger. I even consider "Living Water" to be required reading before asking me or reading my material.

translated by Curt Hallberg