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Re: Theos-World Re: Did HPB say there is non-physical intelligent life on Venus?

Mar 07, 2009 08:21 AM
by correctberlin

Theo & John,

your logic is interesting:

While big H was a henchmen (I guess in opposite to Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt), therefore Schauberger was a hoaxer.

That the Institute believes, Schauberger was a hoaxer, is not a big surprise if you know that it is an institute of "licensed history" (K.H.'s term), that means of the mindset of the Allies: materialism. You probably know that neutral or German institutes are not allowed under foreign rule here.

More than claims by Marxist materialists counts to me both the inner logic of Schauberger's theory AND his practical proof: His machines and agriculture models DO WORK in practice.

That counts more to me than ideologic debates. A mindset theosophists should always follow.






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Just to clarify, I first got introduced to the Schauberger idea's via the White Gold Forum yaers ago, they didn't discuss anything about the Reich, Nazi's, WWII at all. They spoke of the Vortex devices and various benefits of the vortex directions vis clockwise and counter clock wise and the dynamics of flow etc. So I am not really at all interested in what happened in those years as per Hitler and his henchmen etc. My interest is as stated the Vortex Turbine Technology. What do you know of it? 

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Subject: Theos-World Re: Did HPB say there is non-physical intelligent life on Venus? 

Schauberger was considered a conman, a hoaxer, during the Reich years, so he never got any official backing or support from the Reich. This is well documented and referenced by the sources that I studied in the Institute Für Zeitgeschichte, München (Munich). 



> Frank, 
> I think I forgot to mention Victor Schauberger, i don't remember. But at any rate his "Vortex Turbine" technology and his research on water dynamics was my particular interest. I have read a little ofthe commentarys about his activity during the Reich years but not enough at this point to be educated on the subject. 

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