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Viktor Schauberger - The Water Wizard

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posted on May, 18 2005 @ 07:04 PM
Are people here familiar with the works and life of Viktor Schauberger?

He was an Austrian scientist who specialized in the powers of water. He did many experiments involving the generation of energy from water, and had developed theories about properties of water that are not clearly understood today

He developed engines and machines that could run on water. In 1958, he was invited to the United States under the impression that his technology would be given a chance to be developed further. However, upon getting to America, he was debriefed and forced to sign a legal document saying that he would not pursue his technology any further. To add to the "conspiracy", he coincidentally died 5 days later in 1958. It seems that big business saw him as a threat...

I went to a seminar based on his work at an environmentalism symposium. I would strongly recommend reading some of his work. He was a very brilliant unsung scientist whose work made him a target by the politcal powers at the time, although I am sure that government scientists have probably been tinkering with his ideas...

Some links:

After the war, Schauberger worked on a concept of water-based power generation, through vortex action, in a closed cycle engine. In 1958 he was brought to the USA, by promises of a possibility he would get his technology further developed and applied. Afterwards, he was thoroughly debriefed, his writings and prototypes were kept, and, he apparently had to sign a legal document and 'promise' not to promote his technology further - all so that he would simply be able to return home to Austria. Five days after his return to Austria - on 25 September 1958 - he died.

And the ever popular Wikipedia entry:

And for good measure, a Google Search:

Note to the moderator: I wasn't sure if this topic should be posted here or the science and tech forum. If you want to move it, be my guest.

[edit on 18-5-2005 by Hajduk]

posted on May, 19 2005 @ 01:28 PM
Quite fascinating, thanks for the links.

That may be the most sparse Wiki I have ever read.

If all these guys working on free energy died in the 40s and 50s, why hasn't any of this work been duplicated by today's minds?


posted on May, 19 2005 @ 01:31 PM

If all these guys working on free energy died in the 40s and 50s, why hasn't any of this work been duplicated by today's minds?

Most likely because it's bunk. The closest thing to a car being run on water is Aquafuel, but that is closer to H2 electrolysis then it is to any mythical "free" energy machine. The closest thing to "free" energy(the reason I quoted "free" is because nothing is truely free, you still have to use energy to make the actual device don't you?) is Vacuum Energy.

posted on May, 19 2005 @ 02:55 PM
It doesn't add up that he "was a threat" since there are patents and devices around the world from the 1930's and onward of cars that ran on water/hydrogen. In fact, there was one here in Dallas.

Still, interesting stuff to read.

posted on May, 20 2005 @ 12:09 PM
I first read about Viktor Schauberger in The Hunt for Zero Point. I would like to more about his Repulsine machine which as I understood it was to power flying saucers etc..

He was deffinatley a very interesting person, and its too bad he was just squashed in end.

If anyone knows more about the Repulsine or Viktor Schauberger I would love to hear what they know.

posted on May, 21 2005 @ 11:58 AM
Some of the links made an effort personify water, and that reminded me of this.
Hado Water Photographs

The claim, which is trying to be proved, is that water reacts to emotial stimuli by means of its physical structure.

posted on May, 21 2005 @ 10:28 PM
Fascinating read, but I'll have to second sardion and byrd.

Although I'll have to add, why have him sign if you're gonna kill him? Even corporate bastards don't like to waste paper.

I'm at a loss for words at the Hado stuff. Wait, no, I've got some.

Best looking nonsense I've seen in a while.

posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 06:00 AM
Viktor Schauberger was an amazing man with an understanding of nature and natural movement way ahead of his time.

I would encourage anyone to learn about this man and his inventions, and discover the predictions he made on the impact on nature and humans, the way we wrongfully treat her.

One will learn that his predictions where correct, and that his understanding of water being more than merely H2O are also correct.

Sacred living Geometry
This is a video presenting a lecture on Viktor Schauberger and his theories and enventions. It is a long one of 2.5 hours, the sound is not so good but the knowledge is priceless!

Schauberger patents
Here is a list of his patents with pictures and explanations.

Pythagoras Kepler System
This is the original site of the research centre, Pythagoras Kepler School located in Villa Rothstein in Engleithen, where the research was continued by his son Walter Schauberger, a mathematics and physics graduate, and is now administered by the immediate family.
Here you can also find several books written about and by Viktor Schauberger and I highly recommend them.

posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 06:33 AM
Victor followed the laws of nature.
these laws will unlock the secrets to the vortex.
as I am doing myself now, Victor studied the behavor
of nature for his science.

my thread has alot of info on vortex science as it
has progressed today.

Victor was a great man who chose to think for himself.

that is the greatest power that you could have.
the ability to use your own common sense abilities.
there are secrets beyond imagination waiting for you.

posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 11:05 AM
Viktor Schauberger was an amazing scientist. I completely understand his concept of suction as well as the power of a vortex. The repulsine is a great machine that not only causes flight using the laws of nature in an unconventional way, it will also continue to operate on it's own with little to no energy. The best way I can describe my understanding of his work is the creation of vortex above the craft and hot dense air below the craft.

Imagine two disc, one rotates clockwise and the other counter. They both have inlets to let air in and out. The disc that rotates clockwise is powered by a high RPM engine that sucks air in. The disc that rotates counter-clockwise is powered by compressed air stored inside the craft in pressure chambers. Another set of pressure air is heated and released out of the sides in a downward angle (Coanda effect), this air is heated and less dense than the air surrounding it (Hot air balloon theory). As the counter-clockwise disc spins, it creates an inverted vortex, this vortex is then sucked back in the disc that is rotating clock-wise. The "suction" power of the vortex being broken apart appears on the outer areas of the disc. This suction causes lift. After the engine creates enough RPM, eventually it will power itself. The power to run the engine can be pulsed instead of running a full max. In order to fly horizontal, the crafts slightly tilts in the direction of flight. To land, slow the rotations and the craft will slowly descend.

posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 12:23 PM

Originally posted by Zaknafein
The claim, which is trying to be proved, is that water reacts to emotial stimuli by means of its physical structure.

I don't know if it's the same guy or not but I just got through reading a bunch of research on that about a year ago, it was absolutely fascinating. Apparently Ice crystals tend to form in patterns that seem to be relevant to their environment, their emotional environment, for lack of a better word. Sounds hokey, but after reading up on it a little, I think they were on to something, and there were unmistakable consistent patterns in the crystals for angry, happy, etc. Somebody who knows more about it should start a thread on that one.

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