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Biodynamics is an internationally recognized approach to organic agriculture in which the farmer or gardener respects and works with the spiritual dimension of the earth’s environment.
In a world where conventional agricultural methods threaten the environment, biodynamic farms and gardens are designed to have a sound ecological balance. This concise and fully illustrated book presents evidence that biodynamic crops put down deeper roots, show strong resistance to disease and have better keeping qualities than conventionally produced crops.
Willy Schilthuis was president of the Dutch Biodynamic Association for twenty-five years. She has written several books on biodynamics.
128 pages with lots of photos
What do we really see when we look at a landscape? In detailed and telling observations Andreas Suchantke describes some of the most fascinating landscapes on Earth: encompassing the savannahs of East Africa, the rainforest's of South America and Africa, the unique islands of New Zealand, the Great Rift Valley of Africa, and the Middle East.
He brings us to landscapes that have been severely damaged by human activity and others, such as the island of Sri Lanka, where nature and human culture have been brought into paradisal harmony. His beautiful descriptions and illustrations alone are worth the journey, but these essays are more than great nature and ecology writing. Suchantke’s real interest is a new way of seeing the physical landscape. This approach is not then just analysed objectively, but recreated imaginatively, with nature experienced as a form of meaning, a language. As Suchantke shows us, the quality of our relationship with nature is determined by how well we understand this language.
Eco-Geography is a ray of hope, to help us to achieve the balance between the materialism of modern science, and the current philosophy of despair that sees human beings as destroyers of nature. It shows the potential we have to develop sensibilities that meet the needs of the planet, and to form a true nurturing partnership between nature and human culture.
256 pages with photos and illustrations
A beautiful book exploring the realm of Water and one man's ability to show the hidden secrets of water through his beautiful sculptures. What is the true nature of water and does it have memory? By working with the rhythm and flow of water, can we increase its life-giving power?
Water is not only fundamental to life but is essential for the cycles and changes in nature. John Wilkes asserts that water is the universal bearer of whatever character we put into it. Consequently, the way we treat water is crucial to our own health and to the well being of the planet as a whole.
Working with his remarkable invention, the Flowform, Wilkes uncovered many mysteries of water and, in the process, created an art of great beauty. His lifetime of applied research into rhythms and water, fully revealed here for the first time, has startling implications for such topical issues as farming and irrigation; food production and processing; water treatment and recycling; and health and cosmetic products.
The author includes a history of Flowform research as well as the most important, up-to-date developments in this research around the world. He also includes informative appendices on metamorphosis, Flowform designs and applications, and the scientific and technical aspects of Flowform research.
Flowforms is a groundbreaking, lavishly illustrated book, revealing both the beauty of Flowforms and their broad range of applications.
208 Pages with 60 illustrations and lots of photos.
Large format book.
This book comes highly recommended. Paijmans has done his homework with great research and photos/illustrations. One of the few books on Keelys work available. It examines one of the lesser known Free Energy Inventor's And the mysterious world that these highly motivated and skilled people often operate in. Keely was smart and well connected. He ploughed most of the money he made from his inventions back into his work. One of the first free energy visionaries. Where is his work now?
416 Pages with illustrations.
An all round excellent book on the Great man and his work. A must read for anyone interested in Natural Energy and the subtle energies that work with-in Nature. Viktor Schauberger was a pioneer of the study of the subtle energies in nature and the importance of living water in all natural processes.
This book describes and explains his insights in contemporary, accessible language. His amazing discoveries - which address issues such as sick water, ailing forest, climate change and, above all, renewable energy - have dramatic implications for how we should work with nature and its resources.
Protesting against the harmful effects of modern technology, Schauberger demonstrated radically new methods of working in harmony with nature's own energies. He applied his theories to many revolutionary designs, culminating in prototypes for pollution-free energy machines.
Schauberger (1885-1958) was far ahead of his time. From his unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. He foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and costly ecological destruction of our age.
284 Pages with 72 illustrations.
Large format book.
Undeniably the most comprehensive book On Schauberger's life and work available. Perfect for those interested in exploring his work in fine detail. A must read before exploring the Eco Technology Series below. This book was the result of years of extensive Research by the author taking 17 years to write and was a guiding light for the more recent excellent work by Alick Bartholomew-Hidden Nature.
320 Pages with 218 illustrations.
Large format book
A superb introduction to the legend that is Viktor Schauberger. An Amazing Austrian natural scientist who opened the world up to the hidden realm of water. This book is perfect for anyone interested in the basics of Viktor's Life,Work and Inventions. It reads with ease and explains the fundamentals of "how water works". 25 years old and still proving popular.Easy on the brain and a pleasure to read.
162 pages with 53 illustrations.
Another classic back in print. This a must read book for anyone interested In Climate Change and the theory of Pole Shift. Well researched and highly informative. When this book was first published it's contents were considered controversal and it caused quite a storm. Hapgood has done his homework here and even if you don't aspire to all his views you can't ignore his statistics and facts. Highly Recommended.
356 Pages with illustrations.
A renowned biodynamic expert, Klett provides a fascinating overview of the history of agriculture, then goes on to the discuss the practicalities of spray and compost preparations and the philosophy behind them.
This is essential reading for any biodynamic gardener or farmer who wants to understand the background to core biodynamic techniques.
Based on keynote talks given by Manfred Klett at Biodynamic Agricultural Association conferences.
Dr Manfred Klett is a founder of a biodynamic farming community in Germany. He is the former director of the Department of Agriculture at the Goetheanum in Switzerland and has over 20 years experience of biodynamic agriculture.
This is Childress's new and expanded compliation of material on Anti-Gravity, Free Energy, Flying Saucer Propulsion,Suppresses Technology,Cover up's and more. Not to be taken too seriousley, this book is great fun-open it at any page and you can just start reading. Highly illustrated with patents, technical illustrations and photos. It makes the realm of secret technology a bit more believable and accessable.
256 pages with lots of photo's and illustrations.
El Nino, the collapse of the Gulf Stream, devastating hurricanes and floods -- many natural disasters have been linked in recent years to global warming and other climatic changes. Are these events part of a natural cycle, or have we reached the limits of Earth's ability to perpetuate these cycles? Our very survival depends on our relationship with the natural climate. The Breakdown of Climate depicts how human activities have influenced weather patterns and created imbalances throughout the natural world; imbalances which now pose a very real threat to human health, agriculture and existence. The author addresses issues such as deforestation and environmental pollution, explaining how they are causing damage beyond their places of origin. He creates awareness of the risks associated with some modern industrial and agricultural practices, and suggests alternatives that mights allow the earth to regain its natural equilibrium. The Breakdown of Climate gives a clear overall picture of climate, from its origins to the present day, comparing the cause and effects of evolutionary changes with human influences. It explains how weather systems function, and how oceanic currents and tropical forests are vital in maintaining these systems. The author describes how natural systems perpetuate themselves, and are essential to our planet as a whole. In the midst of a seemingly hopeless scenario, The Breakdown of Climate offers hope to all those genuinely concerned about the increased violence and occurrence of natural disasters.
256 pages with illustrations.
A large format compilation of various patents, papers, descriptions and diagrams concerning free-energy devices and systems. This book is a great visual tool for experimenters and researchers into magnetic motors and other free energy machines. It's packed full of photos, technical diagrams, patents and fasinating information. This book is for both the serious student interested in free-energy and those who want a fun book to flick through.
309 pages with lots of illustrations.
Throughout the ages, people have experienced the life-giving and healing forces in water. Water is integral to life, and surrounds us in nature and in our own bodies. But not all water is the same. Water can carry good energies, and bad energies. How can we understand water enough to know the difference?
Theodor Schwenk, the renowned author of Sensitive Chaos, founded an institute for water research in the Black Forest in Germany. He developed the Drop Picture Method, which displays the characteristics of water clearly for the non-specialist. Today, the Institute continues his work and here presents momentous findings about the quality of our drinking water, groundwater, spring water and river water.
Stunningly illustrated in colour, this book offers a unique insight into the world of water and Theodor Schwenk's work..
All 3 authors are scientists at the Institute of Flow Sciences in Herrischried, Germany.
112 pages with lots of photos
Quality of water is a major issue for the twenty-first century. This book shows how different types of water have different characteristics and it makes water properties visible through beautiful crystal photographs. The quality of our water, especially our drinking water, is becoming an increasingly important issue. In this book, Andreas Schulz uses a ground-breaking photographic process to make the quality of different types of water instantly visible to the non-specialist.
Through his crystal pictures, he demonstrates that water from different locations, treated in different ways, has substantially different characteristics. Mountain spring water has a different quality from water found in a metropolitan system, or in an old well, for example. Water is affected by whether it flows freely, or is channelled through straight pipes.
Using water samples from many parts of the world, this remarkable and beautiful book provides a unique insight into the world of water, its life cycles, its nature and structures.
192 pages with 180 photographs.