Second Law of Thermodynamics invalid in a repetitive cyclic wave universe (Walter Russell, Viktor Schauberger, Karl Schappeller)

In 1960 Walter Russell drew this painting on his studies of the second law of thermodynamics. in the painting, he writes:
The Second Law of Thermodynamics is Invalid in a Repetitive Cyclic Wave Univers of Equally Interchanging Effect.
Heat Radiates into Cold
Cold Regenerates into Heat

The Heartbeat of the Universe is Continuous.

Joseph Bender: The Stewardship of Water

The Stewardship Of Water By Joseph Bender - MetaLabs Foundation Trust

The Why Behind Stewardship

There was a time in the history of our species when we lived in the awareness of our inseparability from all of nature- the mineral
kingdom, plant kingdom, animal kingdom, and cosmic kingdom. In this harmonious relationship we freely exchanged energy within each
kingdom. The proper exchange of energy between natural systems always creates a surplus of energy not a depletion. This was a time when

One Law - as above - so below (microcosm/macrocosm)

Everything is governed by one law. A human being is a microcosmos, i.e. the laws prevailing in the cosmos also operate in the minutest space of the human being."


Implosion, of course, deals with small changes in temperature, be it in water or in the human body. Altering the temperature-balance in longitudinal oscillating waves (sine/waves), eventually resulting in vortexes.


whilst magnetism itself is a group of 4  spinning fields,   i.e., 2   eight-shapes.
this ties in with the

past - present - future
 (dot)- (dot)     - (dot)

Nikola Tesla "Lost" Manuscript? Not Verified as being authentic or not. Read it for yourself..

Hi all,

The introduction below explains the rest of the article, and I have made some comments at the end of the post. Apologies, I know I mentioned this a few weeks ago and some people had expressed interest in reading it. The author's introduction and postscript are done in italics to differentiate from the manuscript. So here you are, without further ado:


This manuscript has been loaned to me by my acquaintance. During his stay in the USA he bought an old fire-helmet, which was on sale in the streets of New York. There was an old writing book inside this helmet, apparently used as a lining. The writing book had thin and partially burned covers producing the smell of mould. All its yellowing sheets were full of notes written in ink faded under the influence of time. In parts the ink has lost its color to such a degree that some of the letters can only be guessed at on the yellowed paper. In other places, large parts of the text have been completely spoiled by water, having been transformed into white ink stains. In addition, all the sheets have been burned on the edges and as a result some words are irretrievably lost.
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