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Who was Paul Schatz

Paul Schatz
Paul Schatz was born in Constance on Lake Constance on December 22nd, 1898. His early life was shaped by his comfortable, middle-class background – his father was a town councilor and owner of a small engineering works. The technological achievements of the new century, in particular those of aviation, were welcomed and encouraged everywhere with tremendous enthusiasm. In 1916, the second year of World War I, the gifted student was awarded the Count Zeppelin Prize, a scholarship granted for coming first in mathematics and the sciences. At age seventeen, he was sent to the Western front as a radio operator. After the war, he began to study mathematics, mechanical engineering, and philosophy at the Munich College of Technology. Shortly before he was to take his diploma, he changed over to astronomy instead. Disenchanted by the abstract approach to the sciences prevalent at that time, he discontinued his studies in 1922 and began training as an artist at the Warmbrunn School of Wood-Carving in the Riesengebirge.

Between 1924 and 1927, he worked as a sculptor and had his own studio on Lake Constance. At the same time, he also began to intensively study anthroposophy, which increasingly led him to search for the origins of his own art work in an attempt to find a way of thinking the clarity of which does not freeze art to death, and to become a truly creative artist out of a clearly perceived reason and not one shrouded in darkness and beyond human control. As a result of this discussion, he published his book – A Quest of Art Based on the Strength of Perception.

In 1927, he and his wife, Emmy Schatz-Witt, moved to Dornach (Switzerland), where the artist, inventor, and technician lived and worked until his death on March 7th, 1979.

Paul Schatz saw his developing of novel technical designs in the sense of the Greek word techno as a simultaneous practicing of art. His great ideal was to seek and realize a new technology suitable for man and in harmony with nature.

When he died in March 1979, Paul Schatz left a rich and striking oeuvre. His work was entirely dedicated to bridging the gap between the artistic and scientific activities of Man.

A large part of human suffering in the shape of war, destruction of the environment, and the social gradient within society is to be attributed to this chasm between the emotional and the cognitive-analytical abilities of Man. The biographical impulses of his life’s work are due to his experience as a young World War I volunteer at the Western front and as a student in the revolutionary Munich of the postwar years between 1918 and 1922. In the humanities approach of Rudolf Steiner he found, on the one hand, the tools of epistemological methodology and cognitive theory and, on the other one, the artistic approach this required.

His discovery of the laws of inversion within geometric bodies, in particular that of the cube, is an expression of the mental and spiritual revolution or inversion necessary to Man. Paul Schatz  defined the much admired objects and inventions as ‘‘waste products’’ of his spiritual-artistic vision. Indeed, the pedagogical value of the geometric models or the architecture to be developed from them can only be under-stood by considering this background. Without any training of one’s own imagination and mental capacity, not least supported and stimulated by the idea of inversion, progress in social life would be difficult to achieve.

One consequence of the inventor’s and discoverer’s activities is his many technical inventions. Novel clocks, ship’s engines, mixers and agitators, motors and other technical developments strive to develop a machine or engineering art taking into account the needs of the environment and Man.

Born in Constance in 1898, Paul Schatz moved to Dornach, Switzerland, in 1927, where he was to spend the main part of his productive life. A first and important success of his technical invention was owed to Willy A. Bachofen AG, the Basel machine factory that sold thousands of his Turbula mixers for industrial and pharmaceutical applications all over the world over the years. Until this came about, there was a 20-year long battle against skepticism, criticism, and ignorance. The technical requirements to master mass forces and complex movements of the inversion kinematics resulting from the inversion of the cube were immense.

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WATER: The Element of Life!


“Theodor Schwenk was an extraordinary explorer of the mysteries of water, life’s own element. This book charts his scientific and spiritual journey, leading to insights all humanity should heed.” —John Todd, biologist, author, and inventor of the Solar Aquatics Method of Water Purification

“Water’s flow constantly links life and death. It is the mediator between the two, and its surface provides a common frontier in nature where they meet. Death is continuously being overcome there.”

It is the living movement of water that makes life on Earth possible. Based on spiritual science and on their own numerous experiments, Theodor and Wolfram Schwenk show that our Earth is a living organism, with water as a sensory organ that perceives vital cosmic influences and transmits them into earthly life

The authors’ approach to the current water and environmental crises goes beyond problem-oriented and piecemeal, band-aid solutions; rather, they suggest that we need a new and radical understanding of water—that we must, in fact, attain a revolutionary new level of consciousness if the Earth is to remain alive and available to human habitation.

This pioneering classic on water is more relevant now than ever before.

Theodor Schwenk (1910–1986) was a pioneer in water and flow research. He founded the Institute for Flow Sciences for the scientific study of water’s movement and life-giving forces. A well-known author and lecturer, he contributed original insights and methods to the production of homeopathic, anthroposophic medicines. He developed “drop-pictures” for analyzing water quality and methods for healing polluted, “dead” water. Schwenk gained public recognition with the publication of Sensitive Chaos: The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air.

Some refer to this as the holy grail of water books, it was the first water book i read. It had gone out of print in the late 90’s. In 2001 I ordered a small printing of 200 copies and distributed them a several eco minded events on the west coast. This seemed to cause a renewed interest in the book, the publisher brought it back into print and it has been selling well ever since.
Myself with Wolfram Schwenk while visiting the Institute of Flow Science in 2004.


For more information on this crucial water book, email me.

Water Eggs


The egg-shape is a natural vortex-generator which therefore cools and energizes water.

Wise Nature requires a means of storage to maintain and preserve the basic fundamental information of life. Storage of genetic and vibrational information must be maintained throughout the various seasons of the year to ensure the return of the species time and time again. One close look at any egg, seed, or natural holding vessel found in nature, we discover a shape that holds and maintains an unequal balance. The opposing ends of the egg show both a pointed and round end, these opposites work harmoniously allowing energy to flow in perpetual motion within the egg.Terra-Cotta breathes and has been used for centuries to keep liquids cool. The egg-shape allows for maximum natural constant-movement of energy/water.

“Comprehend and Copy Nature” was Viktor Schauberger’s motto. Nature has selected the egg-shape for the storage and preservation of life and vital fluids, not only for animal reproduction, but egg shapes such as grains and seeds. The egg shape generates a soft etheric energy which it imparts to its contents.

Movement is an expression of energy and energy is an expression of life. The internal circulation produced by the evaporation-induced differences in the water’s inner temperature constantly sweep the internal surfaces. No stagnant zones exist with in the Water Egg so the propagation of pathogenic bacteria never occurs. The evaporation causes a cooling of the outer walls and
the adjacent water. This cooler and denser water is heavier and sinks toward the bottom, at the same time displacing the water in the bottom and forcing it to rise up the center and move towards the outside of the vessel. This process causes a constant circulation and cooling of the contents.
diagram of flow
Besides its shape, the material used in the construction of the egg is equally important. It has been determined that clay terracotta is the best material for water storage. Clay allows water to breathe and evaporate. This slight evaporation cools the water which then sinks down the walls of the egg and as it sinks, it forces water to rise up through the center and move out towards the walls. This process produces constant circulation and cooling, thus vitalizing the water, keeping it remarkably fresh and also discourages the growth of pathogenic bacteria.

The shape of the Water Egg is derived precisely and mathematically from an inclined section through the Schauberger hyperbolic cone. This beautiful egg will not only maintain the vitality of the contained water, but the finely-tuned porosity and resultant evaporation over the whole of the outer surface assists in cooling the water.

The terracotta water egg store approximately 7 liters. The Water Egg will transpire and drip for a few months before the terra-cotta pores become saturated with trace minerals from the water. A small dish is provided with the Water Egg to collect the drips. It is preferable to keep the vessel partially full of water. It will naturally adjust itself to your environment.In future we will be making available glazed Water Egg models to provide a non-porous vessel suitable for the storage of wine, juice, milk, oil and other precious liquids.

THE AGNIHOTRA WATER EGG from Germanys130782450856699438_p5_i22_w490IMG_1712egg

These water eggs produced in the Alsace region of Germany, made from special prepared clay, burnt with high temperature, refined with different types of magnetite and highly paramagnetic basalt powders, equipped with a stand that symbolizes the Yggdrasil, the Irminsul, the World Tree, and its open ring represents the vortex. The Agnihotra Water Egg is available in sizes from 9 to 25 liters.

Email me for more information and ordering details or feel free to phone me at 844-885-7388

Hidden Nature


HIDDEN NATURE, the Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger

by Alick Bartholomew, with Callum Coats, Foreword by David Bellamy

Austrian naturalist Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) was far ahead of his time. From his unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. He also foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and ecological destruction of our age.

This book describes and explains Schauberger’s insights in contemporary, accessible language. His remarkable discoveries—which address issues such as sick water, ailing forests, climate change, and, most important, renewable energy—have dramatic implications for how we should work with nature and its resources.
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Make Your Event More Eco-Friendly With Water Consciousness

Drinking from the Water Shrine
The Water Shrine for 2009 BhaktiFest made this event more eco-friendly by banning bottled water, participants were made aware prior to the event that drinking water would be provided and only to bring empty bottles. The 3 day event with 2500 participants who received most vibrant living drinking water I was able to create at that time.  I also provided a 45 minute presentation to a group of 250 BhaktiFest participants.

In pictures above, the Emerson Flowform pulsed vital life flowing vorticies and meandering figure 8 movements as the Water Shrine received blessing from all as they filled their water bottles, jugs and buckets for those providing food at the event.
Poster explaining the fundamentals of water’s Energetic quality and tables with information and display of nature inspired water technologies
Water Purification/Transformation equipment behind table, behind equipment 4000 gallon supply tank, filled by delivery truck.Water Angels Iris and Cyan, many thanks for helping make the Water Shrine happen so lovingly!

SolFest 2004

2005 San Fransisco Flower & Garden Show

Water Vow Ceremony & Harmony Festival

I am currently taking reservations for upcoming events. Email me if you wish to truly make your event eco-friendly by not allowing bottled water at your event and having us provide the Water Shrine for you!

Water conducts Consciousness…Vibration gives it Form..

Cymatics shows us how Vibration creates and ineracts with all life. The book above, “Water Sound Images” by Alexander Lauterwasser dives deeply into these understands and through his experiments with the cymascope demonstrates how vibrational patterns can be found in the natural world.


“Towards the end of the 18th century the natural scientist Ernst FF Chladni (1756-1827) set out researching different acoustical phenomena of oscillating surfaces and bodies. In his most well-known experiment , he spread sand over thin glass plates, and by stroking the edge of the plate with a vilon bow, set the sand into vibration.” expert taken from page 38 of Water Sound Images.

Chladni Illustration</

For over 25 years, poet, producer and publisher, Jeff Volk, has popularized the science of Cymatics, producing videos of the pioneering experiments of Swiss scientist Dr. Hans Jenny, and re-publishing Jenny’s long out-of-print Cymatics books. His latest publication, Water Sound Images, showcases exciting new research of German photographer, Alexander Lauterwasser. The phenomenal success of his award-winning video, Of Sound Mind and Body: Music and Vibrational Healing, inspired him to produce the premier conference exploring sacred sound and healing music. Jeff artfully distills this wealth of experience into multimedia programs and feature articles, which have been presented and published worldwide. Be sure to visit his website where you can order these amazing books.  also visit for current research on Cymatics.

The Spiritual Life of Water…

Once held sacred the world over, water contains a wisdom few today acknowledge. Driving everything from our metabolic processes to weather patterns and climate change, its real significance lies in its role as a medium for metamorphosis, recycling,and exchanging energy and information.

Seeking a return to our ancestors’ reverence for water,
Alickmari,alick,nevin.jpgVisiting Alick & Mari 2004
Alick Bartholomew explores water’s sacred uses, its role in our bodies and environment, and the latest scientific studies to reveal that water is a conscious organism that is self-creating and self organizing. Examining new discoveries in quantum biology, he shows how water binds all of life into one vast network of energy, allowing instant communication and coherence. Covering the research of water visionaries such as Viktor Schauberger and Masaru Emoto, he examines the memory of water and reveals how the same water has been cycling through Earth’s history since the dawn of time, making water nature’s greatest recycling and reclaiming agent.With information on the energetics of water, water treatments, finding the best-quality water, and the perils of bottled and distilled water, this book offers us a path to reclaim the spirituality of water.

This must read new book dives deep into how water, as a conscious organism, unites all of creation in one vast communication network. Includes the research of Masaru Emoto and Viktor Schauberger Discusses the energetics of water, water treatments, finding the best-quality water, and the perils of bottled and distilled water. Feel free to contact me for more information on this wonderful book


Video of Hyperbolic Cone Fountain and Flowform!

The Water Shrine at 2009 BhaktiFest an effort to make the 3 day event more ecofriendly, providing drinking water to the 2500 participants for 3 days.
The Water Shrine at 2009 BhaktiFest an effort to make the 3 day event more ecofriendly, providing drinking water to the 2500 participants for 3 days.

Enjoy this beautiful 3 minute video

Many thanks to my dear friend Cyan Knobbs for creating it!!

Why….NOT to drink bottled water…..

Please view this very important and informative documentary

Tapped examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil. The documentary is well structured and presents an overwhelming amount of evidence which will change the way anyone thinks about bottled and municipal water.

Both the “manufacture” of the water itself, and also where the bottles come from, where they go after use and how they influence our lives while they’re with us. The willful absence of major companies such as Coke, Pepsi and Nestle is extremely telling in light of all the material presented.

One can only hope that the small voice of this film will be heard over the huge booming commercial machine that these and other companies represent in the popular media. If you haven’t seen this movie, simply watch it. It’s that good and the information is something everyone should know.

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