June 9

VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER: THE PROFESSOR TAUGHT US THAT WATER HAS LIFE

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Before Japanese Dr. Masuru Emoto proposed that human consciousness has a very real impact on the molecular structure of water, the Austrian naturalist Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) made an intriguing argument. much more lead. He hypothesized that water also has life.

Water has life

“Is water really what hydrologists think it is – a chemically inert substance – and then a long time ago there was absolutely no water or life on this Earth. I consider water to be the blood and blood of the Earth. Its internal process, although not exactly the same as that of blood, is still very similar. It is this process that gives the water its movement,” Professor Schauberger previously stated, according to the Whole Life Times.

Is water really what hydrologists see it as – a chemically inert substance?

In his youth, Schauberger would sit by a rushing stream and watch its movement with interest. It was these observations that eventually convinced him that the mechanical view of water was wrong. He realized that water, like any other living organism, has memories and reacts to its surroundings.

Schauberger made this clear when he explained a natural ability of water; Water will move upward in a healthy forest ecosystem. He came to this conclusion after studying a rock-covered stream with a roof over it. As Schauberger removes the stones and the stream is exposed to sunlight, the spring water will slowly disappear. However, when he resets the stones, the spring water will magically reappear. It was as if water had a memory of the stones and responded to their presence by emerging from deep within the earth to “search” for them.

When he resets the stones, the spring water will magically reappear.

Through his research on spring waters, Schauberger suggested that water twists and vibrates in very specific ways when it’s “healthy.” This allows it to maintain its purity and function as an energy channel, while simultaneously transporting waste and nutrients to all living things. He argues that Earth’s aquatic ecosystem has deteriorated significantly since World War I, warning that humanity will eventually bring itself to the brink of collapse due to our inability to understand all life. how connected and interdependent on Earth.

“Professor Schauberger’s vision is so comprehensive, a term and a worldview that is often misunderstood in popular culture. He sees life as a dramatic play, with all creatures playing a part. Each cell and water molecule emits a musical note, which eventually merges into a symphony of life, sometimes discordant, but overall creating a harmonious and extremely complex creation. We may have to go through a different level of cultural awareness before we can fully grasp Viktor’s extraordinary foresight and leadership,” according to Schauberger.co.uk.

Often ridiculed by the notion that water is a very real living entity, various scientific studies over the past few years are now helping to confirm the validity of Schauberger’s ideas.

Water Consciousness Test

Scientists from the University of Stuttgart in Germany conducted a study in which a group of students were asked to collect a single drop of water from the same source. When the researchers observed the collected droplets, they were stunned.

They found that the microscopic pattern of the water droplets varied greatly depending on the student who collected it. The droplets seem to be reacting to each student, thereby creating microscopic patterns that are unique to each individual.

The team decided to conduct a second experiment, in which they placed a flower in a pot of water. When they examined the collected droplets, they found that each drop produced the same pattern. But when they dipped another flower in the water, the collected droplets showed a completely different pattern. The scientists concluded that water has memory, or memory.

When they dipped another flower in water, the resulting droplets showed a completely different pattern.
Image of a drop of water taken from a vase dipping a flower under an electron microscope

When one compares these results with the fact that 70% of the human body is made up of water, new, exciting possibilities emerge. Given that water has the ability to store information, it is likely that every drop of water in our bodies is a storehouse of memories. Even the tears we shed can literally contain information about painful memories behind them.


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