ruminations on A Blueprint for a better World by Brian Desborough

read this book. i should re-read it immediately.

it mentions Stephan Riess. Using this book, and Alick Bartholomew's Hidden Nature, and Living Energies by Callum Coats - you will be able to form a fuller image of what Stephan Riess achieved by drilling deep into rock fissures -- deep in the mountains there is always fresh potable water to be had, even in the desert, if you go down deep enough, you will find fresh, cold, potable drinkable water. The Stephan Riess method should be revived immediately.

Also there are very easy instructions for building a Dewpond -(collecting morning dew moisture, which forms into water, using hay and clay. this is one of those ye olde things, that people would have used thousands of years ago, some are still in existence -- there are pictures on various old websites. Should make one immediately - on the top of a windy hill.

Then Blueprint also discusses Viktor Schauberger, the nature of forests, water and the vortex, and implosion, in order to enhance soil fertility and crop turnout. I find Mr. Desborough's explanation of Schauberger's realizations, and his focusing on the jet-turbine patent of 177449 worthwhile.

The book also contains information on survival gardening, which plants to grow (by using 50% tapwater 50% seawater - to give the required nutrients in the form of disolved solids forming into salt, in the seawater - this is also supported by Esko Jalkanen of finnish fame - however he does not know of Brian Desborough) - which trees to plant (Paulownia trees) to ensure quick turnout of highquality water-tying trees. Water temperature and soil temperatures are obviously mentioned, and the process of delving into Schauberger is seamless and well done, starting with the concept of the Earth as a living organism, the rivers as the veins of the planet.

The book also mentions a boatload of patents-- have taken the liberty to reprint the patent numbers, and to also mention the urls from which to find imagery of these patents,

US4,351,651 (1982, Calice G. Courneya) Apparatus for extracting potable water

US4,897,592 (1990, William W. Hyde) Electrostatic energy field power generating system

US3,744,252 (1973, Eber H. Van Valkinburgh) CLOSED MOTIVE POWER SYSTEM UTILIZING COMPRESSED FLUIDS

US4,394,230 (1983, Henry K. Puharich) Method and apparatus for splitting water molecules

also quickly mentioned are Gerard Renault, Kunkel (who patented in the US a ram-pump based on theinformation gleaned from the Pyramids), Masaru Emoto, John Bedini, two key URLs (one on Edwin V. Gray's tube, and another on the John Bedini Motor)

KeelyNET - John Bedini Motor
Edwin V. Gray Tube (energy21)

Honestly, all I can say is that this is the wealth of information that people who read PESwiki/KeelyNET/KeelyTech/Panacea/RexResearch/etc, for instance,would have been looking for. Key people are mentioned, and mr. Desborough also discusses 6 different devices which he knows for a fact work.. the premise of the book, however, is survival, i.e. how to build a better planet, once everything messes up. And the premise of the book starts from the worst case scenario. The tone of the first chapter might set people off, if they are unable to read about HAARP/Scalar/NWO/Illuminati/911/conspiracy/control/bilderberg/the whole lot - but if you can go through that, you will at least understand the intensity that the author is trying to convey.

There is still time for balancing of all energies. It warrants a removal, and a return, back to nature, which specific nature-friendly and adhering-to-her-laws-type inventions, ideas and patents, by various people, especially Lloyd Zirbes and Viktor Schauberger and Stephan Riess, and others, w.. erm that is not a good sentence - but the hope that this book instills is quite exhilarating. i recommend reading this book, and will now go on the hunt for the Kunkel Ram Pump.

 

With apologies to Brian Desborough, i've decided to blog-wise, take apart his book , and provide the URLs, patents, and information out of his book, in a condensed format, so that people who don't have timeor can't get the book from anywhere, will be able to also come across the information.


Dewpond
Three feet depth, 30 feet diameter. Built on dry soil. 9 inches of dry straw over surface. then covered with 3 inches of clay. dew condenses on clay. do not rupture clay membrane. windy hillside <- ideal place. 1930's traveling workmen constructed dewponds at farms.
thirteen piles of limestone, forty feet in height, on hilltop, condensed dew into collector through, 1400gallons daily.
Silver-plate copper vanes assist in destruction of bacteria - VS pipes made out of wood breathed and bacteria subjected and collected to the inner wall, died in the oxygen rich environment. frictional losses greatly reduced in spiraling pipes -> cut down in pumping costs.
mentioned: Ekman Spirals
117749 Rotatable Spiral Cone (jet-turbine of schauberger's)
River temperatures must be lowered to +4C with width of 500m of tall trees on both riverbanks. water transpired near river, cools sap. sap in roots, cools river bed.
triangular concrete vanes in river bed next to river bank -> longitudinal vortex.
eggshaped hollow unit beneath river surface, by long tether. small holes in front&back for neutral buoyancy -> horizontal position (schauberger dams AT136214)
claims: 14 schauberger dams
claims: 17 log flumes.

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