At the beginning of 1983 I found information about the “Goldener Pflug”(golden plow) in the study library of my hometown Linz, then I received the 111 Booklets Implosion by Kurt Lorek, which started my journey into the world of Viktor Schauberger.
Many visits to Walter Schauberger and his wife followed.
After the founding of the Association for the Promotion and preservation of Habitat, I started to implement many ideas of Viktor with friends and also to recreate various things (see pictures).
In 1996, I set up a Schauberger Memorial Fountain, with several ceramic kudu horns, at the Main Square of my hometown, and to our surprise, technicians were able to measure electricity in naturally moving water!
More than 25 years of soil and water research followed, with results that became increasingly interesting to science.