“Combine the heavenly with the earthly in accordance with the Laws of Nature, and health and happiness shall be yours as long as you live.” – from the Tabula Smaragdina
Power in Polarity
We live in a realm of polarity. Polarity is observable in all things; up and down, night and day, big and small, etc. When it comes to harnessing natural forces for energy, humanity has recently become proficient in utilizing the power of explosion to move our vehicles, light our houses, and run our modern world. Currently, we look towards heat-based technologies that utilize steam, gas pressure, and atomic fission to fulfill the majority of our energy needs.
In our quest to expand our knowledge of mastering this form of explosive energy, we may have accidentally overlooked the potential for another viable energy form, found in the equal-opposite force of explosion; implosion. Renowned Austrian naturalist, scientist, inventor, author and researcher, Viktor Schauberger, noticed this oversight and initiated work to discover the promise that implosion power could hold for our civilization.
Viktor Schauberger noticed that the interactions of opposites often leads to a spiraling interchange between the extremes of polarity. For example, when a cold front of weather meets currents of hot air, they spiral in, to form a hurricane or tornado. All things move between their extremes of polar opposites or di-polarity, towards the polarity of greater perfection or destruction.
“Kapieren und kopieren,” or “comprehend and copy nature” is Viktor’s motto, the method by which he gained his inspiration. He spent much of his time in the forest, making great innovative contributions to the timber industry by improving the efficiency of log flumes by directly observing the behaviors of rivers. His deep understanding of water earned him the nickname “Water Wizard.”
Explosion vs. Implosion
Schauberger observed that if the driving force of movement was centrifugal, or spiraling outwards, it would tend towards the being destructive. If the spin was concentrated inwardly, centripetal, the force would favor nourishment and growth. According to his work, Centrifugence led to friction, which leads to heat, which he associated with the intensification of gravity. Centripetence, the opposing force, would lead to cooling and a lack of friction; therefore levitation.
For example, in nature, hot lava flows deep under the earth’s crust, where gravity continually intensifies towards the planet’s center. However, when water vapor cools, it rises into the atmosphere and floats, essentially levitating over us in the form of puffy clouds. Somewhere in the middle, these forces converge. Water evaporates up in curling spirals, the earth’s crust is whirled away, melted down into the lava.
Schauberger designed a suction spiral, known as the “Home Power Generator” in an attempt to harness this principle, and create a free-energy device. By sending either air or water through a spirally coiled channel of a special design, he could produce a drop in temperature, which would then produce suction, and ultimately, implosion.
As civilization advances, we are ever on the lookout for cleaner, more efficient sources of energy. Schauberger’s method uses the ever-abundant elements of water and air, and it leaves them as pure as they were before. By drawing the air or water through the coil in a nearly frictionless way, towards a central point, a biological vacuum of negative pressure is created.
Potential for Sustainable, Clean Energy
By using suction, instead of pressure, with the proper applications, energy as we know it today could be revolutionized. Not only would this implosion energy be significantly cleaner than many of the leading energy options of today, it would also lend itself to greater longevity for the equipment used to generate it. Friction and heat can be taxing on materials. This leads machinery to break down more quickly, and more waste to be generated.
Schauberger considers the choice to rely on combustion engines to be a great error. His belief is that the resources of the world are to be protected and that we are using them up at a great cost, both economically and ecologically. Just as we preserve the body’s fuel; food, by keeping it in the freezer, we destroy its molecular bonds by cooking. The same applies to mechanical fuel.
If we were to choose to include implosion technology or cooling power, we may be able to stabilize our dependence on natural resources and reach a new renaissance of clean, sustainable energy.
Looking Towards the Future
Schauberger also maintains that the key to overcoming gravity and achieving levitation can be found through implosion technology. Although this tenant is not currently observed in modern scientific circles, recent mainstream media news reports confirm that someone in the cosmos, maybe even from our planet, has clearly mastered what is most likely levitation technology.
Could levitation, and perfectly clean, universally accessible energy be the true potential of humanity? During his time, Viktor worked on several devices to try to bring this vision into reality. His life’s work included the development of the suction spiral, a warmth-cold machine developed for energy/technology giant, Siemens, the Repulsine, Klimator, and Spiral Plow.
Schauberger’s work came to an end in 1958, after traveling to Texas to meet with Americans who were interested in his work. Unfortunately, the meeting ended in a dispute, where Viktor was forced to sign an agreement that prevented him from any further research into implosion and forced him to leave all of the documented plans for construction for all of his models and equipment.
Oddly enough, he died only five days after returning to Vienna after this trip. Whoever now holds the plans Viktor developed is a mystery. It is possible that his research was continued by those who robbed him of his life’s work, although there has not been any direct mention of it. Functioning free energy and levitation devices would put an end to many of the major industries the global economy is based on today, and completely revolutionize the world as we know it.
According to Schauberger, the answer to these much needed technological advancements can be found somewhere in the balance between hot and cold, in the spiral, the vortex, and the vacuum. As we expand our minds towards the possibility of alternative energies, future research may be able to prove him right. With all of the stunning technological achievements that humanity is making, free energy and levitation seem within reach so long as we keep trying to solve this aspect of life’s mysteries.
“Viktor Schauberger and his Discoveries” by Leopold Brandstatter