Water 1 of…

There will be on-going posts here about Water… the most important element within Living Energies.

The LeLc  (Living Energy Learning Center) will feature demonstrations of Emoto’s water crystals.  Here’s a sneak preview:  Matsua Emoto demonstrated (and others have duplicated his work) that water crystalline structures differ between various sources,  filtration processes: even our ‘thinking/meditative’ processes.

Our body consists of 80% water.  Our thoughts can control the crystalline structure of our bodily fluids. ‘You are what you think’

If water can be changed by the energy (emf’s) of our thoughts, just think what else water could do.  As Joerg Schauberger reiterated:  ‘The secret to the universe is contained in a drop of water’

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Water flow forms

 

… Flowform® was invented by John Wilkes

Every Flowform® product has a unique figure 8 streaming flow, and uses bio-mimicry methods to improve water quality.

 

The LeLc will include John Wilke’s water flow forms, a simple water funnel in a bottle, trees pumping water without capillary or transpiration action, and of salmon flying uphill through water cavitation,etc… OK, the last one will be kinda hard to demonstrate – as in training salmons would be a lifelong endeavor and maybe require a river 🙂 maybe we’ll just stick with hi-resolution videos.

 

Schauberger PKS visit

(this originally appeared on Google’s blogger… link: click here)

Schauberger PKS visit 1 of…

 This is a copy of a blog I posted on my recent Euro trip…March 6, 2014

The highlight of my euro adventures was an invitation to visit the PKS (Pythagoras Kepler System)  center and an overview from Viktor Schauberger’s grandson, Jörg Schauberger  in Bad Ischl, Austria.

With an email three weeks ago from Jörg confirming that indeed he did have time for me (follow-up from my similar request last year), I made room in my Europe itinerary to spend a day in the heart of the Austrian Alps (Salzkammergut region).  It turned into a 16 hour day, 1/2 on trains and 1/2 with Jörg.   A truly life enriching experience!

——————————————————————————-After years of reading and studying Viktor Schauberger’s work, I was thrilled to arrive at the PKS building that houses his life’s work and serves as a learning institute for interested people from all walks of life.

[For those unfamiliar with Viktor Schauberger’s work, the PKS biography + other information is a good start  { http://www.pks.or.at/menu_en.html  }  The wikipedia entry is terrible!  For me,  Viktor Schauberger in one of the few natural energy pioneers who was an original thinker, and like Tesla, Kepler, Galileo and others, suffered terribly at the hands of the current establishment of scientists and technocrats.  As one scientist once put it when Viktor demonstrated zero-friction piping: ‘if this were true, we would have to re-write all the textbooks’… and now, who wants to do that – especially these days!

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Jörg Schauberger graciously invited me into his home and learning center and proceeded to ask my interests.  He then asked me ‘what happens when water is poured on tea leaves’.  The picture says it all:

Jörg then proceeded to show me the first of many interactive displays spread throughout the PKS center.  They are all very simple and illuminating.


This one consists of sand particles in a cylinder of water whirled by a single shaft with a double bladed propeller.  There’s a ring of blue LED lights on top and an angled mirror at the bottom.  It shows the natural distribution of particles suspended in water and their resonant distribution on the bottom when they settle.  My first WOW

I won’t have time to show each and every display, chart, etc.  But this one is fundamental.  The water vortex, and how fish use it for levitation (more powerful and available than gravity!) was aptly demonstrated by this display:

It is amazing to see the intricacies of this ‘twisted + knotted’ water vortex coming simply from a 1″ input hose – no hidden tricks! – just one of nature’s secrets exposed.  In a later display with a plexiglass egg shaped container, simple air input is shown to do the same thing with a powerful upward vortex stream.  again WOW.

The mechanical and electrical machines such as the water turbine (90% more effective than current hydroelectric turbines), the famed Repulsin, along with various other spiral, cone, hyperbolas, horns, golden ratio examples, etc. were all on display before me.
I truly felt like a child inside a paradise of natural energy wonders.

I had a zillion questions, and several key ones answered:  Rudolph Steiner and Viktor Schauberger never met.  John Wilkes was responsible for the water flow forms that are commonly attributed to either Steiner or Schauberger, and others (many youTube videos are… well, not quite true!)

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 Jörg then took me to downtown Bad Ischl for lunch and a most delectable authentic Austrian pastry + coffee shop.

We discussed many aspects of the established energy industry and how one can possibly intercede and bring Viktor’s work (and other’s) to the forefront – especially to young student’s minds.  My own wish is to organized some sort of conference/symposium in Northern California around free energy, Tesla, Schauberger and others, and Jörg indicated that he would be willing to participate.

For now, I will conclude this brief overview.  My head is still spinning (hopefully like a water vortex!) with all the cultural riches here.  I will try to write more on this later.  i hope to incorporate some of my learnings here into the Living Energy Learning Center at WinSol in Northern California.

….as my hectic + hi-paced Europe trip is slowly drawing to a close….

 

changing colors

As plants + trees get ready for winter they provide us with a dazzling show of colors,

I’d like to talk about another change of colors:  our lifestyle of waiting for colors to change.  Let’s face it:  when we’re in a car, we are basically waiting for colors to change.  From red to green (we don’t like it changing from green to red), and from yellow stripes to white stripes or dashed stripes – or best: no stripes.

Who designed this?  I’m sure everyone would rather look at  Nature’s colors than Stoplights – so why do we put up with it?  Why are we Big Brains allowing our behaviors to be dictated by color controls?  What would some outside aliens think of this phenom?

As visual stimuli species, we seem to like colors.  There are businesses and sciences about what our favorite colors say about us, about how to choose the right colors for everything, and  about what colors to avoid.   The eco-world has shades of green (are you a light or dark green eco freak?).  The triple bottom line indicators are based on colors (red: avoid, green: good).

 

The fengshui of colors suggests one can shift their energy level by merely shifting their colors – internally and/or externally.

‘real’ sustainable behavior

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Personal update

I’ve just moved to Lost Valley (http://www.lostvalley.org) as a resident: my first foray into living in community long-term. It’s been an interesting transition to go from quiet solitude and serenity in the Sierra to 50+ people in the Willamette-Cascades.

My current focus is to get back on the lecture circuit. I gleefully call it the: baby-kissing, chicken-dinner lecture circuit. I’m writing an article about ‘real’ sustainable behavior +  giving some presentations on it.

‘Real’ Sustainable behavior

Over the last 20 years I’ve watched too many people, (including myself) get sidetracked from this thing called ‘sustainable’ behavior. – so I decided to start a conversation:  here’s a starting statement :

Everyone claims to be sustainable, few are. Our beliefs and behaviors are disconnected: cognitive dissonance. What does it mean to actually do sustainable things in everyday life – especially in community? How does one change embedded, unconscious behavioral patterns we learned as children?

brainview1Let’s start with definitions: what is sustainable behavior?   By it’s very nature, behavior is sustainable. If you’re not behaving (bad or good), you’re probably sleeping – and even that is called ‘sleeping behavior’. You can’t escape behavior: maybe we should add it to death + taxes.

Sustainable behavior is doing good for the environment, our health, and social justice. It’s a bit easier to define it from a negative side: doing no harm, not taking from future generations, not poisoning our environment, avoiding carcinogenic chemicals, and not treating people + countries poorly.
For me, living sustainably is ultimately about living within the carrying capacity of one earth and avoiding negative chemicals. Let me explain:

If all 7 billion earthlings lived a lifestyle that allows the earth to prosper – that’s living within one earth. Right now we are consuming over 4 earths. We need to shift away from using limited, subtractive type resources that the earth cannot replace. Our entire economic system is set up to be depletive.

We need to use renewable,  additive resources that our earth/humans can easily replenish (sunshine, carbon, our own garbage…). The shift is already occurring.
http://www.openthefuture.com/2008/05/how_many_earths.html
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-much-is-left/

I’m lucky to have built  my WinSol3  home from the ground up with Cradle-to-Cradle in mind and use 90% additive resources.

For the average American – how can one live comfortably within one earth? Most Americans use over 10 earths. Is it really possible to live with 10% of everything… AND be comfortable. Of course it is. The big obstacle is our beliefs + behaviors,  change that and the rest is easy.

example of what to STOP doing:

Stop all your air travel.  After red meat consumption, air travel ranks way up there in environmental impact.  If you can’t stop, at least choose the most modern, largest + longest flight.   I’ll have David Suzuki take it from here: GHG transport figure1http://www.davidsuzuki.org/issues/climate-change/science/climate-change-basics/air-travel-and-climate-change/

One example of how to do live comfortably within one earth:  Sieben Linden  (ecoVillage in Germany, www.siebenlinden.de) uses      ~ 1.15 earths which has been independently verified.  The 140+ people live in comfortable, hi-tech, modern homes.  It costs less than €12,000 per year and they live like millionaires because their community capitalization is over $1m while no one ‘owns’ the land or buildings.  WOW.

Good chemicals
Next to living within one earth, we need to stop poisoning where we live.  We have over 200,000 chemicals, 200 of which we know a little about.  We are doing irreparable harm to our bodies and our biosphere.  What to do:  it’s easier to talk about avoiding bad chemicals, than to talk about only using good ones.

There’s a great list of negative chemicals that do irreversible harm to humans and accumulbanned C2C chemicalsate in the biosphere. Dr. Michael Braungart and his MBDC + EPEA companies have made these public.               Click here.

Beyond all of this, ‘real’ sustainable behavior is about shifting to renewable resources and a replenishing rather than depletive economy.  It’s not just about renewable energy which is where all the attention is.   We need to extract, develop, and propagate renewable everything:  transportation, buildings, clothing, appliances ++      We need to stop these ‘one-offs’ extraction and consumption patterns like mining and extraction.   Once we remove mountaintops (coal, copper, silver…) they are not replaced for millions of years.  Once we extract and lower water aquifers and the ground sinks, that storage capacity is gone forever.

Maybe the C2C concept of ‘use current solar income’ should be changed to ‘use only renewable resources’ in everything – not just energy.