UnNatural Motion Embryonic Death

Sherman, Texas, USA, 23rd/24th August 1958 (Schauberger Archives). Suction Turbine:

The essential difference between suction and pressure turbines is as follows:

(a) The rotation of pressure turbines is induced by the pressure of falling water,

(b) The rotation of suction turbines is initiated by an auxiliary motor.

In the suction-turbine, the drive-water is introduced once the rotational velocity has been reached sufficient to meet the desired power requirement. Conducted centripetally, this water screws upwards all the more rapidly, the faster the suction-turbine rotates.

The upwardly screwed drive-water is then passed through a double membrane and moved in such a way as to rotate in an anticlockwise direction while simultaneously rotating about its own axis (i.e. about and within itself orbitally and axially), its velocity increasing towards the periphery.

This motion between membranes can be likened to the path of a skier, who transfers his body-weight rhythmically from one foot to the other during his descent, thereby augmenting the speed of descent. The faster the alternation in the displacement of body-weight, the faster the rate of travel (see fig. 36).

The same thing takes place in the suction-turbine, whereby in the course of the above inwinding and by way of almost frictionless motion and acceleration, the drive-water becomes specifically denser as it approaches its anomaly point - 'the biological zero-point'. Now in an almost homogenous condition owing to this particular form of motion, this water is subsequently collected and accumulated in an annular pressure zone (see fig. 33e).

A ring of jet-nozzles is incorporated around the periphery of this pressure ring in which pressures arise, whose intensity increases as the machine is rotated by the auxiliary motor (impulse motor). The apertures of these jet-nozzles must be of small enough size to permit the release of the accumulated excess pressure only. The exiting high velocity 'jet-water' then impacts with high pressure onto a system of specially constructed blades (these have a certain similarity to the blade-system of a Pelton wheel). In contrast to those of the Pelton wheel, however, these are arranged in inverted form and in wreath-like manner.

Once again in a manner akin to the Pelton wheel, the water is expressed laterally virtually free of pressure, and further accelerated by means of a rotating egg-shaped form due to the fact that in this form the radius increases towards the base. This newly accelerated water is then inwound once more, becoming specifically denser in the process, and at high velocity enters an hermetically sealed, but stationary pressure-chamber from the periphery (tangentially). In so doing a hydraulic excess pressure is created, which discharges towards the lower suction whorl-pipe opening - once again in the opposite direction -, the upward angle of which is engineered in such a way that the above excess pressure also remains constant. In other words no more water can be screwed upwards than is desired and because of this a constant rotational velocity is achieved.

If the above rotational velocity is increased by means of the impulse motor, then the quantity of upwardly screwed water also increases, whose naturally induced excess pressure increases by the square in contrast to artificially created pressures using conventional means. In this case the output increases analogously, but without any excessive demand for more material (fuel), for due to the increasing centripetence of the drive-water, the centrifugal pressure also increases commensurately.

The drive-water, which frees itself from the conducting wall-surfaces during flow - see Prof. Popel's expert opinion9 - descends almost without friction as a result and, because it seeks a straight passage between the meander-like

membranes, is impelled by a succession of thrusting, rotational impulses and exits at the closely-spaced wreath of turbine blades (see figs. 33d & 33e10)

When the drive-water enters the hermetically sealed pressure-chamber, an atomic retro-pulsive force is additionally created, which is equal in magnitude to the velocity of the exiting water above, because the levitational force mentioned in the previous chapter, discharges in the same anticlockwise direction as the rotating machine. Here too the same counterforce appears, which maintains the steadiness of flow over constantly varying gradients characteristic of naturalesquely regulated riverwaters.

This effect is wholly unknown to conventional science and hence the above motive principle is likewise as good as incomprehensible to any pressure- and fire-engineer, who hitherto has been incapable of triggering the 'falling heat-gradient'. Through the agency of this gradient water can be specifically densi-fied by being inwound in cycloid-spiral-space-curves - like the movement of blood and sap, and in this way can be accelerated to any desired velocity without the need to make allowance for the effect of centrifugal braking pressures,

In this regard it is to he noted that the movement of blood and sap is not the result of hydraulic pressure (the supposed pumping action of the heart), but is caused to move orbitally, axially and predominantly centripetally due to the evolution of potential differences. In emulation of this, the suction turbine therefore faithfully copies the original, natural circulation of blood and sap.

The pressure- and fire-technologist generates kinetic energy by expansive and explosive means exclusively. In contrast, the bio-ecotechnologist does this by indirect means - and in this lies the crucial difference between natural and unnatural and therefore false methods of acceleration. Today's technologist achieves an increase in resistance to motion that rises by the square, whereas the bio-ecotechnologist achieves a reactive effect, which is evolution-promoting, virtually cost-free and increasable at will to any desired intensity.

More precise details can only be explained with the aid of an actual model. These clarifications and supplementary information will be given to the atomic scientists, Chief Engineer, Eric. A. Boerner and my contract partner Mr. Robert Dormer of Colorado Springs at the meeting in Sherman in 14 days' time (this date was set for me by Mr Robert Dormer's representative, Herrn Karl Gerchsheimer). I will make every effort to answer all their various questions clearly with the aid of the above model, so that I can return to my homeland, because my health is suffering greatly from this torrid climate, as has been proven by events of the last weeks, and the doctors too do not recommend any extended stay.

Incidentally it should also be noted here, that the ennoblement of water takes place according to the very same principle. The precision technician, Mr.

10 See also fig. 21.11, p. 291 In Living Energies by Callum Coats and published by Gateway Books 1996.

Renner, who is soon to come here, has constructed several working water-ennobling devices. This task Renner will henceforth be able to carry out on his own.

The suction-turbine principle is described in the accompanying sketch. My comment here is that this principle will have to be adapted to every type of machine and each must be treated and built on an individual basis.

Please note that the carrying capacity, increase in tractive force and the amelioration in quality of mixtures of solid, liquid and gaseous or aeriform substances, which carry bipolar charges, are only possible with the aid of the 'falling heat-gradient', i.e. with the form of motion that causes the substance to approach the anomaly point (+4°C - +39.2°F). An understanding of how to trigger these high-grade emulsions is a prerequisite for building a purposeful and evolution-furthering power-producing machine, which corresponds to the primordial life-motor.

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