The Works of Viktor Schauberger

     Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) was an extraordinary Austrian forester, inventor, and visionary observer of the natural world.  He was critical of the established theories of his time and refused to go to college, for fear that he would loose his intuitive gifts.  Just like other visionary scientists like Nikola Tesla, he died a pauper, broken, and having had all his inventions stolen.

     His discoveries in areas of water, and his pioneering agricultural techniques (including cold composting) which he perfected during his years in Hungary were profound, and are worth a look.

     The book, Living Energies by Callum Coates provides a fascinating introduction to his work, and here also are some websites of note:

     The video on this site is dated, but still provides a great introduction to Viktor's work:

      Here is another great video - The Extraordinary Nature of Water - Viktor Schauberger:


"For the person who lives 100 years in the future, the present comes as no surprise."
Viktor Schauberger