Describes and explains Schauberger's insights in contemporary, accessible language. His amazing discoveries – which address issues such as sick water, ailing forests, climate change and above all renewable energy – have dramatic implecations for how we should work with nature and its resources.
|Short title||Hidden Nature|
|Long title||Hidden Nature - The Startling Insights Of Victor Schauberger|
- I recommend this book for its work on water and soil Review by John Pasley, review in Permaculture magazine
The focus of the book is on the subtle energies that surround us and are in all living things including water, upon which life depends. The book is at its best on a practical level dealing with plants, soil and water. Hidden Nature acknowledges that it draws heavily on Callum Coats' excellent book Living Energies, although Bartholomew often leaves out the more scientific approach of Coats, which may suit some readers. I recommend this book for its work on water and soil, although if you already have Coats' book you will not get much new. Proving Schauberger's theories is still work in progress and will remain so for many years to come. This work is left to us. Does anyone else fancy the challenge? (Posted on 14/07/2010)