One-Eye in the Land of the Blind

The Rediscovery of Aether • Reinout Guépin 416 pages, paperback ISBN 9789078070924

Uitgeverij Frontier Publishing

This is the incredible, yet true story of Viktor Schauberger—an Austrian forest ranger who discovers a new, free energy source in the 1920’s, by quietly observing water in its natural environment. He briefly acquires world fame through his revolutionary inventions.
Envious scientists slander his name and try to have him incarcerated. Greedy industrialists attempt to steal his patents. Sly politicians strive to get him to jump onto their bandwagon. Adolf Hitler even dreams of using this Implosion Technology to power his Third Reich. He forces the inventor to develop an engine for a flying saucer at concentration camp Mauthausen.
After the war, the Americans captivate him and force him to build the world’s most powerful hydrogen bomb with his technology. The inventor soon realizes that mankind isn’t ready for his technology, at its current stage of development. He fears his inventions will be abused to help people kill each other even faster and on a larger scale. This could lead humanity further into abysmal economic slavery. Thus he wisely keeps the final secrets to himself. But even so, he presents clear pointers that could lead a morally mature humanity of the future to safely develop this sustainable, natural ‘Implosion Technology’.
Reinout Guépin (Netherlands, 1972) came across Viktor Schauberger’s work while studying Biodynamic agriculture. He was instantly captivated by the forest ranger’s agricultural inventions, and started an in-depth personal study into this enigmatic personality. To help spread the legacy of Viktor Schauberger (Austria 1885-1958) in the Netherlands, he established the Foundation for Nature- and Implosion Technologies in 2006, and successfully published the original Dutch version of this book in 2010. 
This captivating tale, which reads like a fictionalized biography, is his personal attempt to gain a deeper understanding of the inventor in the social-economical settings of his time. It also explores his likely sources of inspiration and provides a summary of what has been delivered to us about his mysterious Implosion devices.
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