## The Implosion Machine

An assembly of extracts from Implosion Magazine, Nos. 45, 56, 57, 58, 60 and 83.

Every whorl-pipe is a tornado, a vortex. The flow-through material creates a space-spiral. From the starting point movement is both inwards and downwards at the same time. The whorl-pipe must be cone-shaped on its longitudinal axis. In experiments with cylindrical pipes few noteworthy effects were achieved. In addition, there is also a third direction of movement, which seems to be the most important. It is a rotation about itself, which in regard to the electrons in atoms we call 'spin', or which we can see with couples when dancing the waltz.5 Viktor Schauberger sought to achieve this rotation about its own axis with the oval (egg-shaped, not elliptical) profile of a pipe with a rotating indentation on the longitudinal axis. For this design he also applied for patents (see fig. 18), which were only partially successful. The acceleration of the in-rollment of the flow-through material depends on four factors:

1. The length of the pipe,

2. The size of the intake cross-section in relation to the outlet nozzles,

3. The rotational velocity of the rotor,

4. The diameter of the conical rotor, because it is upon this that the centrifugal force depends.

The rotor is a conical bell. The whorl-pipes are attached either to the outside or inside of a collector. Due to the centrifugal load it is advisable to mount them on the inside. From the collector a suction-pipe extends vertically downwards into the water reservoir of the machine.

5 In 3/4 time, like the heart-beat, the waltz is one of the most natural, dynamic, energy-producing, rotating planetary movements. — Ed.

The rotor is driven by an electric motor, which is connected to the alternator or generator that produces an electric current. To begin with the drive-motor is powered from any available current source in order to set the rotor in motion. When the rotor produces more power than the drive-motor requires, electricity can be ducted off for other purposes. According to estimates, the proportion is in the ratio or 1 : 9, namely 1/10th of the output for running the drive-motor and 9/10ths as surplus power. The implosion machine is a therefore more than just form of perpetual motion. The power of the machine results from four impulses:

1. As connected to the suction-pipe, every whorl-pipe is a siphon, whose function we know from school physics. As a fall-pipe, the whorl-pipe is longer than the vertical suction-pipe. Its exit nozzles are at the same height as the lower end of the suction-pipe. Only a slight impulse is therefore required to trigger the flow of water.

2. As soon as the rotor reaches top speed the water is centrifugated against a fluted outer wall with enormous force. As it impacts a dense electrical force-field evolves, in which the weight of the water is neutralised. This electric charge can be increased by the rotor's rate of rotation. The water rises, without being lifted, in the suction-pipe and passes into the whorl-pipes from the collector. The fall-weight is the impulse that enables the ducting off of surplus power. From time to time the water should be changed. The electric charge must also be ducted away otherwise it can act as a brake in front of the nozzles.

3. A further gain in power results from the removal of frictional losses in the whorl-pipes. If the water is in-rolled through the special profile of the whorl-pipe, it is released from the pipe-walls and forms a water plait like and inward-screwing water column. Experiments of this nature were carried out under Viktor Schauberger's direction at the Technical University of Stuttgart.6

4. Due to the rapid rotation of the rotor, centrifugal forces arise. The accelerated water in the whorl-pipes is thrust against the fluted outer wall of the machine. The ends of the whorl-pipes are curved in the opposite direction to the actual direction of rotation. A recoil is created similar to that in the abundance-producing wheel. This recoil develops energies similar to those in tornadoes. It should be mentioned that cooling takes place during the densation process in the whorl-pipes, and the 'cool eye' of the watertornado sucks up water as tornadoes do cars, houses and locomotives.7 Aloys Kokaly, Implosion Magazine, No. 57, pp 28-30

6 See Popel Report and Preamble on p. 219 of this book. — Ed.

7 In a letter Viktor Schauberger wrote that every tornado would collapse into itself, if one could manage to warm up its 'cold eye', i.e. the tip of the tornado. Aloys Kokaly, Implosion Magazine, No. 57, p. 27. — Ed.

With appropriate minor structural alterations the implosion-machine (suction-turbine) can be used for a variety of purposes.8

1. For the generation of free energy in any quantity, whereby the water used to fill it is converted into noble water.

2. As a generator for the achievement of manifold increase in growth. If embedded in the ground, the energetically charged water radiates growth-enhancing forces down into the earth.

3. For obtaining individually constituted noble waters, which charge up the body cells, dissolve deposits and reduce inflammation.

4. For the propulsion of aircraft, which can never malfunction and crash.

The great difficulty thus far was the manufacture of the whorl-pipes themselves and the dynamic balancing of the rotor for the necessarily high rate of rotation.

The machine consists of a cylindrical pipe (see figs. 20 & 21), whose diameter and wall strength must be suited to the desired performance. The bottom plate, which also has a stable base fitted, is welded or riveted onto the cylinder. The plate carrying the motor, the dynamo and the whorl-pipe rotor is fixed to the top end of the cylinder with angle brackets. All three components rotate on a single, common axle. Because the carrying plate is mounted on rubber vibration pads, the axle takes up all the vibration and permits both high and highest rotational speeds. The rotor itself is hollow and houses the real heart of the machine. In the upper part of this hollow body a hub is attached from which the whorl-pipes project. This hub is an enclosed hollow form. It is attached to the rotor and turns with it. On its underside there is a opening for the intake of the suction-pipe. It extends deep into the lower part of the machine where the drive-water is present.

The whorl-pipes are conical and various types of jet-nozzles can be fitted to the ends (see figs. 29a & 29b) The tips of these nozzles are turned towards the direction of rotation. Opposite the exit openings and attached to the periphery of the cylinder, a harmonica-like sheet-metal band is attached. It is against this that the water jets are impelled at a wide angle. The rotor is then forced to move in the direction of rotation through the resulting recoil and is thus set in rotation.

As soon as the motor has set the generator and rotor in motion, the air or water will be sucked up the suction or rising pipe and into the rotor hub and centrifugated down the whorl-pipes. A vacuum is thereby created, which lifts the drive-water like any pump.

The centrifugally impelled water, on impact with the sidewalls, would begin to flow in a circular path and all the water would remain at the outer wall. To prevent this, radial baffles must be installed to calm the water and conduct it back to the suction-pipe.

8 Either as a Repulsator or a Repulsine. — Ed.

The Water-driven Implosion Machine (design principle)

This machine produces additional torque, which relieves the load on the electric drivemotor and drives the generator. Since the generator produces more power than the drive-motor requires, the drive-motor can be powered by the generator. According to Schauberger's concepts, the generator ought to produce ten times more power than the drive-motor needs, i.e. there should be a nine-fold surplus of electric current; the whole arrangement representing a form of perpetual motion. (A. Khammas - Implosion No. 83, p.21)

In order to control the quantity of water used, a flow restrictor must be placed at the bottom of the suction-pipe. Its purpose is to regulate the flow so that the machine does not rupture and at the same time controls the rate of rotation of the machine.

Aloys Kokaly, Implosion Magazine, No. 60, pp 3-5.

The Air-driven Implosion Machine (Tornado-machine - design principle)

In the implosion machine, several whorl-pipes are incorporated. These have an egg-shaped cross-section, narrowing conically towards their ends and which have an impressed indentation over their whole length, by means of which the 'in-rolling' of air or water is enabled {see fig. 18). The narrowing of the cross-section occurs harmonically (proportionally), the exit nozzles can be of any size and the pipes of any length. In the implosion machine, several pipes are mounted on a conical rotor and radiate outwards from a common inlet. Through the rotor's rotation, the medium in the pipes (water or air) is subjected to centrifugal acceleration, resulting in its split-second in-rollment, which leads to its cooling and densation. Through the discharge of this condensed and twisted water-plait, powerful repulsive forces are generated, if the water-plait is centrifugated against the fluted outer walls. This recoil is the driving force.

The principle involved in this process is that, due to the cooling during the reduction process, the oxygen becomes bound by the fuel (water or air) in the implosion machine, which produces a reduction in volume. The water and air then sink resistancelessly into the resultant suction. This implosive process is the exact opposite of explosion, today utilised everywhere. Aloys Kokaly, Implosion Magazine, No. 83, p. 15.

In this machine an additional rotational force is created, which reduces the load on the electric drive-motor and drives the generator. Since the generator produces more power than the drive-motor requires, the drive-motor can be powered by the generator. According to Schauberger's concepts, the generator ought to produce ten times more power than the drive-motor needs. In other words, there should be a nine-fold surplus of electric current. This occurs due to the fact that in specially constructed and (copper) alloyed devices protected by patents (inverted propellers - whorl-pipes), ordinary air is caused to move above the speed of sound almost silently and virtually without cost. This results in the total collapse of the structure of the air, leading to a so far unknown energy-form, and through this, to any desired intensifiable form of heat or cold, or it is possible in this way, with the aid of the above form of energy, to generate silent, fire-less, mechanical power. Aloys Kokaly, Implosion Magazine, No. 83, p.21.

What does 'emulsion' mean? It is the intimate intermixture (marriage) between bipolar basic elements. Whether this union actually takes place, is dependent on the nature of the catalyst.

In order to obtain a high-quality emulsion, three factors have to be taken into account:

(a) The mechanical involution of mass with the aid of specially constructed and alloyed whorl-pipes. This in-swirlment of mass has to take place in a geospheric environment.

(b) The physical (specific) densation of the trinity of the solid, liquid or gaseous media to be accelerated, i.e. earth, water and air.

(c) The procurement of the secondary radiation of energetic essences from involuted (inwinding) whorl-pipes constructed with bipolar alloys. These generate suction-vortices in the moving mass, whose narrow ends projects downwards. Upwardly whirling pressure-vortices then evolve, which flow back into the suction-vortex. It is a metabolic cycle moving in cycloid-spiral-space-curves in an endless screw-form motion. Expressed even more clearly, it is a motion within and about itself.

Once again it is to be stressed that all this has to take place in a geospheric environment. This first results in a condition of indifference, in a transitional state from which what is to be regenerated can be raised one stage higher in the process of synthesis. A preponderance of bases is created, which restores the over-acidified and the regenerated to a state of health. As a result, they can then reproduce and upwardly evolve with their own forces and energies, i.e. increase and ennoble themselves.

The products of this implosive process have no spacial magnitude and thus create a biological vacuum in the fermentation vessel. A biological vacuum is the function of a mass of earth, water or air having a predominantly magnetic charge. It is the metaphysical ur-force of life.

This primordial, yet new form of life, which overcomes all physical weight and mental inertia, can be produced for virtually nothing in every natural-esquely designed and alloyed liquid-manure pit within a week.9 When these energies ascending autonomously from the vegetation intermix with direct rays of light and heat, they coalesce into further physical growth. Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 45, pp 6-7

In Nature everything is reversible. If a metabolic interaction is triggered off implosively, it produces the relatively highest-grade upsuctional forces (levitation), which alleviate all mental torpor and negate all physical weight, as they also do in the case of the stationary trout.

This can all be achieved with the implosion-machine, which unwinds, rewinds and converts excess atmospheric pressure into a concentrative negative pressure. With these naturally engineered differences in potential it is possible not only to produce the driving forces for all growth, but also for powering these properly constructed, alloyed and insulated machines.

9 See figs. 10 & 12 in The Fertile Earth, Vol. III of the Ecotechnology series. - Ed.

themselves almost free of cost. These implosion-machines can also generate those energies on a large scale that come into being when we breathe, the result of which is etherealised food. Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 57, p. 5.

In this case biomagnetism, the attracting and indrawing breathing force, evolves by up to 90%. It supplies the life-motor as well as the implosion-machine with atomic suctional and pressural forces of the relatively highest efficiency. The 90% concentrative reactive forces serve creation and growth. The remaining 10% of decentrative surplus energies serve to expel waste and faecal matter, which in this process of reduction and purification, must quickly be ejected in order to prevent self-toxification. Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 56, p. 30.

All power-generating machines, regardless of the system with which they operate, must conform to this principle: Useful energy can only be obtained from a system, if the machine triggers off a change in the temperature of the through-flowing substance.

Started by an impulse-giving motor, the implosion machine sucks in the surounding air and water masses and reverses their polarity through a tangential, predominantly radial->axial, in-winding motion. In this way the diamagnetic, negative pressure comes into being. It is this negative pressure, that forces us to inhale positively supercharged air. This negative pressure produces a drop in temperature, resulting in the densation of the introduced water or air masses, which in turn results in a significant reduction in volume. This acts so strongly that, for example, the inducted air is transformed into water. The process is induced through the special shape of the spiral suction device, in which the through-flowing material is accelerated towards the bottom, in which process the special alloy also plays a role. The indrawn water-masses instantaneously attain the anomaly point of +4°C (39.2°F). They become specifically densified. Homogenised by the spiral suction systems, the through-flowing material separates itself from the walls of the whorl-pipe. Through the intensification of the inwind-ing force and the simultaneous narrowing of the flow-through profile, the contents will be accelerated to such a degree, that the water or the air is screwed together into an almost homogenous jet and shoots out of the special system of nozzles as if from a gun. The through-flowing material attains an intrinsic velocity of 1,290 metres (4,232 ft) per second. This is about four times the speed of sound. The discharge opening has a diameter of 1 mm (0.04 in.). This jet of water or air is as solid and as hard as steel wire, and is braked periodically by means of fixed, flat (angled) resistances, which results in a reactive recoil in the direction of the turbine's rotation. With a 1 mm (0.0394

in.) diameter jet outlet, energy is produced in the order of 17.9 horse power (hp) per jet, which maintains the turbine at 1,200 revolutions per minute (rpm). Every nozzle has 2 or 4 exit openings and in one system up to 100 nozzles are possible. If each opening discharges 1 litre (0.264 gal) of water - within a fraction of a second - in the opposite direction to the above direction of braking, then atomic repulsive forces become free and active. With a total quantity of 10 litres (2.64 gal) of water, which circulates in this system without any resistance in cycloid spiral space-curves at supersonic speeds, then forces of almost astronomical power become active. If the air is liquefied, then the efficiency is considerably increased, because the reduction in volume is even greater than with the densation of water. The difference in potential increases with the number of rpm. By altering the rpm, the output can be changed significantly. For example, in order to achieve an output of between 50 and 100 hp, a turbine measuring 60 cm x 60 cm (24 in x 24 in) with a total weight of 30 kg - 50 kg (66 lbs - 110 lbs) and a rotational rate of 1,200 rpm would be required. For this neither pressure gradient nor pressure pipe is necessary. The turbine extracts its driving water from the surrounding air itself. Since the effective output increases with an increasing rate of rotation, which in addition necessitates an enlarged radius, all that is needed is to increase the starting velocity in order to produce upwards of 1,000 hp from a turbine normally producing 100 hp.

Letter to Prof. Dr. h.c. Werner Zimmermann circa 1950, Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 56, p. 4.

If water or air are moved centripetally, i.e. radially->axially, then not only is there no resistance, but the output increases by the square of the velocity.

Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 83, p. 15

In his theories, Viktor Schauberger proceeds on the basis that the spiral-shaped suction whorl-pipe itself can generate any amount of energy automatically. The implosion machine is supposed to generate so-called 'diamag-netism', and in this way is simultaneously stimulated into a sort of 'breathing', through which its uninterrupted operation is achieved.

Schauberger applied this perception to all his deliberations and conceived flying discs, submarines, gas purifying and energy-generating systems. The component of his bio-technical submarine (see fig. 22) consisted of bundled 'whorl-pipes', which narrowed and in-rolled the water, the combined effect of which produced a powerful repulsive vortex.

What made Schauberger's principle so problematic, was 'the skill' of finding those curves wherein the water separated itself from its conducting walls,

Probably the first sketch showing the design principle for biotechnical submarine powered by a trout turbine (undated)

The Bio-techncial Submarine

(Design principle)

a thereby becoming increasingly dense, but without any resistance, centri-petalised and thereby cooled. During this process the moving water evolves into a 'suction piston', resulting in an increasing densation from winding to winding, which proves the energetic function of the spiral. The spiral is hence the symbol of increasing force, and also the centre-piece of any machine that functions according to bio-logical laws. Professor Ehrenhaft is said to have calculated that on average implosive forces were 127 times more powerful than explosive forces.

Aloys Kokaly, Implosion Magazine, No. 83, p. 14.

If water or air is moved centripetally from outside inwards, i.e. radially->axially, no resistance evolves, but the performance increases by the square of the velocity, resulting in a peaceful transformation of the atom without explosion and therefore to a refinement, a process of formation and no destruction. In this way it is possible to prove not only mathematically, but practically, that a small implosion machine with a diameter of 20 cm (8 in) and rotating at 10,000 rpm, can lift 57 tonnes, and at 20,000 rpm, 228 tonnes. Normally, however, one would use smaller rotational forces and enlarge the radius. Leopold Brandstatter, Implosion Magazine, No. 60, p. 23.

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