Item description for Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger by David Bellamy Alick Bartholomew...
Viktor Schauberger, 1885-1958, was a radical pioneer of the study of the subtle energies in nature and the importance of living water in all natural processes. From unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. He foresaw, and tried to warn against global waste and costly ecologial destruction of our age. Here are his insights in contemporary, accessible language.
His amazing discoveries--which address sick water, ailing forests, climate change and, above all, renewable energy--have dramatic implications for how we need to work with nature and its resources. Protesting the harmful effects of modern technology, Schauberger applied his theories to create prototypes for pollution-free energy machines.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 8" Height: 0.5" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Nov 25, 2005
Publisher Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN 1931882487 ISBN13 9781931882484
Reviews - What do customers think about Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger?
Forty Years Too Late... Aug 28, 2008
I wish I would have discovered this book forty years ago (& 37 years before it was printed)- I do this New Age, holistic, alternative lifestyle stuff for a living & this book is far beyond anything I've ever encountered.
How anyone can start out daydreaming on a riverbank & end up inventing a flying saucer travelling 1500 miles per hour with antigravity properties that broke through the roof of its manufacturing plant.
And speaking of plants, Viktor's tree realizations and H2O's role on Earth is so different than anything ever conceived.
And speaking of conceived, it is very straightforward to conclude that if Germany would have discovered Viktor Schauberger's gadgets sooner, Germany would have been viktorious in World War II.
This is big but very readable Jan 20, 2008
Viktor Schauberger's works are clearly synthesised into a hard ot put down volume encompasing earth energies, water, plants, soil, and free energy devices. A really big book - rewriting our known science texts. Open your mind and read it - i am sure it will challenge your notions of the world. A good primer for reading more of Schauberger's works.
INCREDIBLE BRILLIANT MOST IMPORTANT BOOK Jan 11, 2007
Mr. Bartholomew, this is one of the greatest books I have ever read. I would say that it is the greatest if it wasn't for all the trinkets of truth that I have picked up reading countless other fat books and articles that have only touched what you fully expressed in the first 25 pages. It even looks lovely. I have not finished it yet, it just came in the post an hour or so ago this morning and I am up to page 25.
I have flicked through all the numerous, delightful illustrations, which on their own are the eye in the needle through which an infinite thread of knowledge, purpose, love and spirituality can come through. Never have I ever felt so validated in such a decaying world. The so called greatest of philosophers seem like cowardly politicians next to Schauberger. Your book is a bright light that shines enabling us to see everything's true place. We are all blessed with the wonderful opportunity to be validated and empowered by Schauberger and face what I believe is humanity's darkest moment. I will get everyone to read this. You have done a wonderful job of making his work available to the public, through just the mere 25 pages I have read.
Informative!! Jan 10, 2007
An excellent book which covers all aspects of this extraordinary man's life and work. Essentiall it covers everything! Not too deep in technical detail but with such a wide scope, it does justice to the material. An excellent book for anyone interested in conservation and nature. Highly recommended!
Author's Comments Nov 11, 2005
As a publisher of mind-body-spirit books for 35 years, I felt that of all the books I had published, the 6 books on Viktor Schauberger's insights into Nature's workings were the most significant. However, when I realised that they appealed mainly to a more specialised audience, I decided to write Hidden Nature, to bring Schauberger's topical research up to date for a wider audience. I was part of the editorial team that published Rachel Carson's Silent Spring in 1962, and ever since have been campaiging against our society's violation of Nature.