An ancient practice called clay singing enriches your soil and creates a thin crystalline structure when sprinkled on your ground...
The process starts with stirring clear water in a barrel and throwing in little handfuls of soil...
Next create a counter clockwise vortex in the water and sing low pitches and let your voice smoothly climb very high...
Next turn the direction of the water stirring and create a vortex in a clockwise direction. This time sing a high pitch and gradually let your voice drop as deep as you can.
When sprinkle the water around your ground and it creates a crystalline like structure that will help charge up the land organically.
I got this tip off of a fascinating video about Viktor Schauberger. The video talks about how important the vortex is to the electric potential of water.
Nature was my Teacher: The Vision of Viktor Schauberger
From Google Videos. Narrated by Tom Brown. #water #vortex #implosion #freeenergy.
Viktor Schauberger known as the "Water Wizard" or the Nikola Tesla of water and his secret source of inspiration was born on June 30, 1885 and passed away on September 25, 1958. He was an Austrian forester and forest warden, naturalist, philosopher, inventor and biomimicry experimenter.
The inventor of what he called "implosion technology", Schauberger developed his own theories based on fluidic vortices and movement in nature. He built actuators for airplanes, ships, silent turbines, self-cleaning pipes and equipment for cleaning and so-called "refinement" of water to create spring water, which he used as a remedy.
Schauberger's theories appear not to have received acceptance in the mainstream western scientific community, as replication proves either too difficult or results vary from previously published data. However, Schauberger's work remains an inspiration to many people in the Green Movement for his own observations of nature.
Information about Viktor Schauberger is taken from Wikipedia.