Stephan Riess Stephan Riess

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Stephan Riess (1898-1985) was a Bavarian-born mining engineer and geologist who emigrated to the United States in 1923. While working in a deep mine in the 1930's, Riess was amazed, after a load of dynamite was set off, to see water gushing out of nowhere in such quantities that pumps installed to remove it at the rate of 25,000 gallons per minute could not make a dent in it.

Infinite Energy: Stephan Riess: Earth-generated Water: a Potential Solution - Rare Article by Morad Eghbal

the reason this article is here, and the other Stephan Riess articles are here, is because there is a urgent need for water worldwide. if any of the authors of these articles find this, please get in touch, i am not posting this material to circumvent copyright, i am crediting and trying to achieve more knowledge of Stephan Riess worldwide. this is a panic knee-jerk reaction. where has the Riess Institute disappeared? did Morad Eghbal travel to Australia in 2005-2006? where is the data on it? where are european Riess-drilled mines? who is developing this?

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.


page 303 of Living Energies by Coats and Schauberger

Triboluminescence: An internal glow or luminescence produced when two or more crystalline rocks of similar composition are rubbed hard together or struck against one another and is attributed to the energy given off by the electrons contained the rocks as they return from a pressure-induced, excited state to their rest orbits. As a phenomenon it can occur both in air and under water.


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