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Excerpts from an article written by Brian Desborough entitled "Why I Wrote "They Cast No Shadows""

"Authors of non-fiction books often experience difficulty in acquiring sufficient data to fill a book of normal length. In contrast, the research material acquired by myself over the past three decades has resulted in an overabundance of riches. Consequently, I’ve had to omit much important research material in my book and also shorten some passages."

Bookstore - Viktor Schauberger, Living Water and Natural Harmonies

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among others: 

* LIVING WATER, Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy, by OLOF ALEXANDERSSON.

* LIVING ENERGIES, Viktor Schauberger's Brilliant Work with Natural Energy Explained, by CALLUM COATS.

* Eco-Technology Series Volume 1 - THE WATER WIZARD: The Extraordinary Properties of Natural Water, by VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER, translated and edited by CALLUM COATS.

* Eco-Technology Series Volume 2 - NATURE AS TEACHER: New Principles in the Working of Nature, by VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER, translated and edited by CALLUM COATS.

* Eco-Technology Series Volume 3 - THE FERTILE EARTH: by VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER, translated and edited by CALLUM COATS.

* Eco-Technology Series Volume 4 - THE ENERGY EVOLUTION: by VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER, translated and edited by CALLUM COATS. 

* SACRED LIVING GEOMETRY: The Enlightened Environmental Theories of Viktor Schauberger - Double Video, Presented by CALLUM COATS.

* ON THE TRACK OF WATER'S SECRET: From Viktor Schauberger to Johann Grander, by Hans Kronberger & Siegbert Lattacher. 

* THE MESSAGE FROM WATER - Telling Us to Take A Look At Ourselves, by Masaru Emoto.

* MESSAGES FROM WATER (Vol. 2), by Masaru Emoto. 

* THE POWER OF LIMITS: Proportional Harmonies in Nature, Art, and Architecture, by Gyorgy Doczi. 

* THE OLD WAY OF SEEING, How Architecture Lost Its Magic (And How to Get It Back), by Jonathan Hale

Writer Deplores Scary Science

"It could have ended all plant life on this continent," geneticist David Suzuki says in the book. "The implications of this case are nothing short of terrifying."

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