Curt Hallberg

The Institute of Ecological Technology

The Institute of Ecological Technology is a distributed self-organizing research institute, with a focus on non-conventional ideas and solutions within ecological technology. Our focus is on practical applications and on becoming aware of our interconnectedness with nature. It was formed in the late 70s, inspired a lot by some ideas by the Austrian Viktor Schauberger and has undergone a series of metamorphoses, but can be seen as a focus point for groups interested in non-conventional ecological ideas and solutions.

Viktor Schauberger: A life of Learning From Nature

 This book started life as my attempt to explain Viktor Schauberger's ideas to myself. Each chapter looks at one aspect of his system in detail, and illustrates it with stories from his own life and direct quotations from his writings. The book also contains original drawings by Viktor Schauberger.

personal map, for future schauberger travels.

Wanted to make a map of places to visit, in order to better realize how far away these places and people are. Being from Finland, the obvious closest would be going to Göteborg, Sweden.

PKS seminars summary (08-09 june2002) (15-16 June 2002)



Date:        08-09 June 2002
Location:     PKS Villa, Bad Ischl, Austria
Speakers:    Callum Coats (main speaker)

– Various topics on the works of Viktor Schauberger (VS)

Richard Feierabend:
- Research into German flying saucer project.
- How he obtained documents and prototypes from Karl Gerchsheimer.

PKS Seminar 2006: May 20, 21, Secrets of water and vortex, Jane Cobbald, Curt Hallberg, John Wilkes, Klaus Rauber

Secrets of water and vortex, 20-21 May 2006

Curt Hallberg (
Malmö-group, Sweden)
• Experiences with the water vortexers
• Some ideas of vortex lift
• Power generation with applicated Repulsin theory.

John Wilkes (Virbela Institute for Rhythm Research, UK)
• Development of the Flowform Method - which rhythm can be generated in streaming water
• Applications of the Flowform - aesthetically and also functionally in relation to biological purification, farming, food processing, therapy

Jane Cobbald (UK distributor of the copper garden tools, author of "The Spiral Dance", England)
• The three levels of life energy: a look at the life and work of Viktor Schauberger

Klaus Rauber (Implosion research group, Germany)
• experiences with a repulsine-model
• the spiral tube and the hyperbolic cone

Program: Saturday, 20th May, 9.15 a.m. - Sunday, 21th May, about 16.00 p.m.
Registration: Saturday from 8.30 a.m.
Location: PKS-Villa, Bad Ischl
Seminar fee: EUR 165,-- (Students and retired persons: EUR 135,--)

Repulsine replications?   There are some attempts to build replicas! First there is Mr. Klaus Rauber and the group around him. Klaus Rauber is giving out the paper Implosion (in German) and also have some Implo-meetings. As far as I know they have not been very succesfull as the copper plates seems to bend in speeds around 8000 rpm. Then one person in Norway (Mr. Olav Uleberg) have built a replica. The exact outcome from these replicas is still unknown. Then of course there is the real thing: The original Repulsin that Richard Feierabend found in Texas. It is still in US. Regarding information on this machine I strongly recomend "The Living Water" by Mr. Olof Alexandersson where the German version is the best. Then Callum Coats books in general but especially "Energy Evolution". Reda these books before you got to the net as there is a lot of miss understanding and erratic information. Regards, //Curt

Biotechnique in practice for the first time

By Viktor Schauberger

This article is taken from IMPLOSION nr 7.

translated by QRT (Curt Hallberg)

The family coat of arms for the von der Schauenburg family was a broken trunk with a savage hedge rose wreathing around. The family motto was: "Findus in silvis sientibus" (Faithful to the silent forests).

Their castle once stood on Schauenberg. The last descendants of one of the last robber barons was caught in an ambush by the archbishop of Passau. The elder one was decapitated but the youngest was reprieved and exiled. Being the last of his family he went into the vaste primeval forests around Dreisselberg and settled down on the shore of Plöckensteinsee. Here he lived a life as a forester. From him the family Schauberger emerges, who during nearly one millennium have been foresters, fishermen and woodsmen.

Living water vortex jug energizer things

From: "esa juhani ruoho (lackluster)" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed Nov 30, 2005 6:21 pm

Subject: living water vortex jug energizer things

ok so theres a few out there, theres taps, theres jugs, the whole lot. i bumped into a few faucet-tap-installation-go-betweens that are extremely expensive, then some jugs that would be cheaper, and are sold by for instance, alick bartholomew is selling one ( ) one , i'm edging towards getting this- - what im asking is - theres a lot of these types of things around.. do any of you have any takes on these things, any one that you yourself have verified working - any ones that you havent managed to benefit from.. etc.. please if anyone has anything to add, at least mail me privately or anything at all.

yours, esa


From: "cybe100777" <news....>
Date: Wed Nov 30, 2005 7:39 pm

Here are some examples of what I've found:

A swedish company, Plus & Minus AB,, that sells IMO very expensive products, they are also sold in Finland, at Water whirlers to add on to your faucet, 215 Euros (!)...

Then I've seen some of these Grander products;

Another one is Nordic Living Water Systems -

What methods are there to try out these things? I can think of a few, growing something, and watering with either plain chlorified deadish tap-water, or water that has been run through one of these whirlers.

Another method, I read in an article here

I've read that Curt has tested Dan Reeses Vortex System. Have you tested any of these aforementioned products, or similar ones?

Modern Energy Research Library



From: "Audun Forgard"
Date: Sat Dec 3, 2005 2:42 pm

The one provided by clean-water. dk is the one I have, it has an okay price, it whorls the water into a better structure and makes it easier for it to get into the body and cleanse. Drinking it at 4c is quite a nerve-freezing experience though, as the water pierces deep into the tounge and lips, the mouths cavity, afterwards its like a fresh taste, and one feels very awake!

A gripe I have to add, and perhaps a suggestion to boot is, they should use some better cans. The one provided now is in hard plastic and mine broke this spring during a frenzy of lambs getting birthed! So perhaps: A: There is an opportuniy for the likes of Tupperware to make better cans, and use Clean-Water`s technology thus getting a better distribution on the product. B: Since water is generally a light-shy entity it could be in the domain of local potters to mould nice jug, probalby upping ther mineral quality and content of the water contained...

I have also tried one more advanced apparatus done by japanese firm Nikken, that had a renewable mineral supply embedded in the system, and was using some sort of magnet technology for the whirl.. The water was well tasty as you probably can guess.



Hardcore Love Antarctic Spring

Does the Poppel report contradict the 2nd law of thermodynamics in any way?

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Does the Poppel report contradict the 2nd law of thermodynamics in any way?
If it does how?
 If it does not why not?
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IET-Community: Self-organizing flow technique - introduction to booklet

by IET

This report is an attempt to understand and learn from the ideas and inventions of the Austrian forester Viktor Schauberger. Viktor Schauberger already in the 1920s warned about environmental crisis, at a time at which it was not, as today, something recognized. During his lifetime, he encountered resistance and ridicule, and his perspective may still today be labelled as unconventional and unorthodox, although much of what he wrote about our handling of waters and forests today is more relevant than ever. As he wasn't an academic, but was more of a natural philosopher, he had trouble to communicate his ideas with contemporary scientists. In this report, we'll try to show how modern research in chaos and self-organizing systems give us a possibility to shed some new light on Vikor Schauberger, and perhaps establish a deeper understanding of the phenomena he described.

Klimator - Stewart Mackenzie

From: "Curt Hallberg" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue Aug 23, 2005  12:35 pm
Subject: SV: [viktorschaubergergroup] Curt -> Klimator

Hi Stewart!

OK, I will TRY to answer your questions below! Now, I some cases we simply do not have the correct information. Then we must use our technical skill and imagination. An other thing we must do is to learn to think how Viktor Schauberger think. First read the litterature, doing this try to remember the most basic things about Implosion. Then maybe the most important: DO SOMETHING PRACTICAL!! Just start to play with water make spirals, or look into the nature in water falls etc. But DO something practical!!!

IET Community: Repulsine - Temperature Drop
stewart mackenzie <[email protected]>
Date: Mon Aug 15, 2005  8:15 am
Subject: [viktorschaubergergroup]Curt Repulsine

Hi Curt

Interesting to hear what you have accomplished. Now I have an interest in the repulsine because, it can be adapted for water purification, air land and water transportation, cooling air, free electricity, and a host of others limited only by imagination.

IET-Community: Self-Organizing Flow Technology - in Viktor Schauberger's footsteps

This book was put together by the Malmo Group. it is available from The Institute of Ecological Technology via Paypal

Vortex-World - Malmö Group

This (slightly out-of-date) site is dedicated to the Austrian water wizard Viktor Schauberger's work and ideas. The own work and interpretations of Viktor Schauberger's writings made by the Malmö-group will also be presented on this site.

topics include:
The Malmö Group, Viktor Schauberger, Repulsin, Water-Treatment and numerous articles.

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