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The words ‘matter’ and ‘material,’ both have their root in the Latin word mater, meaning mother, which supports the idea that physical substance is feminine in nature. The beneficial UVc rays 1 which the ozone layer allows through, have to decelerate in order to unite with the receptive and passive female energies rising inside the Earth; these slower energies have to accel- erate, for fertilization can take place only if the two resonate with a sympathetic rate of vibration see Chapter 4.
I planned for the timber to be put in the stream under these conditions, and in one night m 3 were brought down to the valley.
It is not sufficient to see that acupuncture works; or that most people are intuitive. Cymatics One of the first to convert vibration into visible form was an eigh- teenth century German physicist, Ernst Chladni, who found he could influence patterns of sand scattered on a steel disc by playing different notes on a violin.
He revolutionized the way we see natural selection in the seminal bestseller The Selfish Gene. His aim was to liberate knsights from dependence on inefficient and pol- luting centralized energy resources and generation of power.
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But if one aspect of potentiality is developed at the expense of the others, you end up with an unbalanced person, or even with a mon- ster. The critical tests came just before the end of the European war.
This was a principle that enabled him to turn upside down the current theories of hydraulics, and particularly the methods of river statling flood management. Selected pages Title Page. Alick Bartholomew is to be congratu- lated for bringing Schauberger’s vision into focus in this book at the most opportune time. We are clearly influenced by the beliefs of startlong culture into which we are born.
While he does not suggest returning to primitive life-styles, Schauberger assures us that, while our lives are now completely out of balance, by following Nature’s clues we can regain both equilib- rium and sanity.
From the simplest task like tying your shoelace, to the complex challenge of becoming a tennis champion, the bet- ter the ‘mind pictures’ of how we are going to perform the required actions, the more successful will be the outcome. His better known experiment involved the shipment in hermetically sealed containers of oysters from the sea shore at New Haven, Connecticut to Evanston, Illinois, miles inland. He found that the energy our technology propa- gates is destructive of the evolutionary impulse in life forms, pre- cipitating a downward spiral in the quality of organisms, and in the human quality of life.
When we look up at the fluffy clouds on a summer’s day, we may wonder what they’re made of. He describes and illustrates, as few have done, how Nature works, with its marvellous and complex processes at the heart of the evolution of consciousness. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview.
The same could be said for anyone whose work brings them into a role influential with others. Different Kinds of Energy 3. He had no interest in the academic path and declined the opportunity to go to forestry college.
Callum Coats describes how on one occasion during the Nazi era, good fortune saved his life from being taken in a sinister way. This awak- ens the Earth, whose energy interacts with the Sun’s high-frequency energy, producing a third kind of energy, which is dynamic growth.
Energy Production 73 The inefficiency of modern technology 73; Entropy and ectropy 74; Scientific ‘laws’ 74; Energy pollution 75; The choice before us 77; Energy defines quality 79; The creative energy vortex Schauberger developed his ideas of dif- ferent forms of motion and shapes from these observations.
Increasing heat will ultimately destroy life on Earth. In a spontaneous experiment, he attached the electrodes of the instru- ment to a plant.
Schauberger shows us the way ahead. Describe the connection issue. This involves using massive blasts of sound up to deci- bels which have been blamed for several mass killings and strandings of marine mammals, notably in the Bahamas in when at least seventeen Cuvier’s beaked whales are known to have died. Each form of gradient has its special function in Nature’s great pro- duction; the positive cooling temperature gradient must play the principal role if evolution is to unfold creatively.
Plants have perception and memory Cleve Backster was a former CIA interrogator who trained police in the use of the polygraph, or lie detector. It is not necessary to postulate a Hodden that created every living thing and who is behind all the subtle energies in Nature.
Matter becomes energy, which leads to the conclusion that everything is energy.