On this page besides directions to a good local natural spring you will find (little known) information on the true nature of water; based on the incredible insights of Viktor Schauberger. There are free e-books, articles and an exceptionally informative video, (highly recommended to all) Please enjoy learning about “the extraordinary nature of water”.
Local Spring Directions:
For anyone living in St.John’s or the immediate surrounding area and are interested in knowing where to get some good quality spring water, can drive to Kilbride, The spring is about 1 km east of Kilbride on Pitt’s Memorial Drive (Harbour Arterial) on the south side of the HWY. You want to be heading east from Kilbride towards Downtown in order to access the spring safely from the right side. Look out for a round sign (Rotary Club) on a metal pole which is right next to the spring. There is sufficient room to safely pull over and park.
A Few Notes on Water:
Natural Spring Water is always your best choice for your drinking water because of its rich mineral content. Pond water can be safe to drink but is not near as rich with minerals as water from an underground spring. Our local tap water comes from a clean source but it is pond water and is treated with chemicals.
Also, please know that drinking distilled water is only recommended for short periods while detoxing the body and certainly should not be used beyond 3 months because it will start to strip your body of its vital minerals.
First and foremost, water coming out of a DARK underground spring should be kept out of the sunlight and stored in a DARK place or covered in order to protect it and help maintain its quality. Light destroys the quality of spring water and a simple visual example of that would be, when you leave a glass of good water out in the sunlight, in a short while you will see little bubbles form on the glass as the carbonic acid is converted into CO2. So, store your water in a cool dark place or simply cover it until your ready to use it. Storing in glass is always better than plastic but if you’re using plastic, then the 5 gallon clear blue jugs are a practical choice. Also, if you’re storing your spring water in a glass or plastic bottle, use a cork (if possible) as a cover to allow the water to breath.
The best container to store water in would be an egg shaped vessel made of stoneware or terra cotta because these types of material allow water to breath and the shape of an egg or an elongated egg shape as in the shape of a seed or grain, are the shapes that nature chose to store vital life giving fluids and materials in.To copy Nature should be our goal when possible. Unfortunately, these types of vessels are hard to acquire nowadays. Regardless of the type of your storage container, the important thing is to drink quality spring water when possible and to keep it cool DARK place when storing it. Do what you can with what you have available to you.
Also, water should never touch iron metal. Metal with magnetic qualities has a negative effect on water and will strip it of its subtle energies.
To learn more on the true nature of water, please watch the video called “The Extraordinary Nature of Water”.
Living Water (book) by Olof Alexandersson – Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy
Water – Nature’s Miracle (article)
Water and the Role of Polarities in Nature by Alick Bartholomew
The Water Wizard (book) by Viktor Schauberger – The Extraordinary Properties of Water
Rethinking the Basis of Technology (article) Explaining the concept of implosion (vortex), natures secret.
The Extraordinary Nature of Water – A Must See!
vers, and the global water cycle, revealing insights into water’s nature and how it needs to be handled for us to stay healthy. See the effects of nature’s amazing vortex motion in water, how to harness clean abundant energy, and how to generate lightning from a fine water jet. Based on Viktor Schauberger’s brilliant work with natural energy and water, translateed and written by Callum Coats in the books “Nature as Teacher”, “Living Energies” and “The Water Wizard”. Viktor (1885 to 1958) made a lifelong study of water, from mountain springs to river flows and highly evolved hydraulics. He earned the name “Water Wizard” by developing a deep understanding of water… the most important life-giving and energy empowered substance on the planet.
“Please help in keeping the spring area clean by removing any garbage that collects there”.