Viktor Shauberger was born in Holzschlag (Austria) on June 30 1885. His familys traditional way of life was closely related to forestry for generations, spanning well over 400 years. According to some sources, his family tree can be traced back to 1,230 AD to one of the distinguished German aristocratic dynasties of land owners of that time.
It seemed Viktor had nature in his genes, including the insatiable fascination with forest and water phenomena. After WW1, his own work as a forester, included having responsibility for over ten thousand hectares of forest land. We can say that this area served as a living laboratory for Viktor and at the same time as an endless source of inspiration for his scientific ideas. During this period his way of thinking and practical approaches in his scientific work were shaped by the phenomena he observed in nature. His leading principle of work and innovation was kapieren und kopeiren which means to comprehend and copy nature and was derived from his unrivaled ability as an observer of natures secrets. His study of the spiraling forms and vortexes in water and other natural phenomena was the catalyst to many of his inventions and implosion technologies whose spiraling movements fully harmonized with those found throughout the cosmos, and became the dominant principle seen in his work. They also had no harmful polluting emissions.
2005 - 170 mins