Notes for Rob Gourlay: Primary Water - Study Group
from Dan Winter- Introducing Georg Gaupp:
His group has major global contacts - he has sponsored numerous International Conference on Water throughout Europe, he - with his son Rasmus Gaupp -engineers and runs Emoto's lab, (water research) conferences and projects in Europe - with connections in Egypt, Russia etc.
Specifically - Georg could coordinate from Europe his network of experts- including the remote detection of deep water (below film and powerpoint) - also - separately continent wide attraction of rain -is the expertise of another of his close associates from Switzerland. He also frequently travels, and presents with water research groups in many countries. His profession is classical violin professorship, but he also publishes dramatic artwork based on live microscopy of living water.
A6911 Eichenberg #2, Austria
On the Essence of Water"
Water can preserve life – and destroy it. Water can change its state, alternately
becoming solid and liquid and vanishing into the air as vapor. Fought over as
a commodity, water can cause wars. Water poses an ongoing challenge for the natural
sciences. Flowing water is the essential starting point for all metropolises.
Water: everyone needs it
and everyone’s familiar with it. Or are we?
Every body of water is different. Each recounts its own unique story. Behind
the chemical formula of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom lie phenomena
that have thus far eluded classification in conventional scientific categories.
H20 + X could be one way to write water’s true
formula. This great unknown “X” is the subject of this comprehensive
book, which brings together for the first time the findings of international
water researchers from Germany, Austria, Japan, South Africa, Italy, France,
Spain and the USA. These “ambassadors of water” come from the disciplines
of medicine, painting, music, the natural sciences and engineering. Each of them
is motivated by insatiable curiosity; each dares to venture into previously unexplored
territory; and all of them are rewarded by images and insights that have remained
inaccessible to the prevailing academic world.
Peering at captivatingly beautiful structures and transfixed by an astonishing
diversity of forms, we suddenly discern the form-giving energies that indwell
all life. And we have every reason to ask: Does water have a memory? Is homeopathy
provable after all? Are we poised on the
threshold of trailblazing discoveries?
Anyone who opens this book enters a new world: the world of the water droplet.
Whether dried or frozen, each drop reveals itself under the microscope as a mirror
its environment – and leaves us no choice but to admit that nothing can
remain hidden from water. After its readers allow themselves to become involved
with this book, they’ll always interact with water in a different way than
before they read it!
The anthology entitled “On the Essence of Water” offers us a new
view of the substance that first made life possible on our planet. Whether dried
or frozen, under the microscope each droplet of water tells its own unique story.
Behind the chemical formula of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom lie phenomena
that continue to puzzle scientists. H20 + X could be one way
to write water’s true formula. This anthology is devoted to this great
unknown “X.” Its contributors include international water researchers
from Germany, Austria, Japan, South Africa, Italy, France, Spain and the USA.
These “ambassadors of water” venture into unexplored territory, from
which they return rewarded with unfamiliar and fascinating pictures that leave
us no choice but to admit that nothing can remain hidden from water: because
water has a memory. All those who allow themselves to become involved with this
book will gain a new perspective on the substance that first made life possible
on our planet. After returning from this consciousness-raising expedition, a
simple glass of water will appear in an entirely new and different
Water is a Mirror of the Soul” Japanese adage
The time has come to decipher the visual language of water. Our horizons will
broaden as soon as the crystalline code is granted its rightful place among the
natural sciences.” Ruth Kübler, painter and water researcher
Georg Gaupp-Berghausen was born 1946. He studied at the Conservatory
of Music in Vienna and learned flamenco guitar with Pascual Fernandez in Alicante,
Spain from 1966 to 1976. Afterwards he studied Indian music at the International
Institute in Venice. He has been a professor and taught a master class at the
State Conservatory of Vorarlberg since 1977. In 1995, he founded
the “Guit’Art” Ensemble, which gave guest performances at the
Festival Teatro Nacional San Jose in Costa Rica in 1997. He also founded: the
Asociación Universal Cultural summer seminar in Torrenteras, Spain (1980); the
Asociacion Culturas y Ciencias CUENCO educational facility in Cuenca, Spain (1997);
and the Global Alliance on Culture, Science and Nature in Cooperation with the
Indigenous Peoples Initiative. Since the year 2000, he has engaged in an intensive
exchange of knowledge and has been involved in collaborative projects with numerous
researchers, above all Minnie Hein, Enza Maria Ciccolo and Maria
The foreword was written by: Reinhard Merten, who was born in
1959. He lives and works as an architect and academically qualified engineer
in Vienna. Merten is the founder of “Plattform Wasser” [“Water
Platform”], an educational initiative in Tyrol. He believes that the static
equilibrium of architecture corresponds to the inherent energies of water discovered
The afterword was written by: Christine Wicht, a graduate in
business management who was born in 1960, and Dr. Carsten Lenz,
a philosopher who was born in 1971. Both are active in the “attac” water
workgroup in Munich. The focal point of their work is to preserve and safeguard
the conditions upon which life depends. In this context, they regularly publish
articles about economic and social-political
themes on their NachDenkSeiten [“Think It Over Pages”] in the internet
Ambassadors of water are: David Auerbach (South Africa), Enza
Maria Ciccolo (Italy), Francisco Javier Coll Sanchez (Spain), Masaru
Emoto (Japan), Inge Just-Nastansky (Germany), Johann
Grander (Austria), Jennifer Green (USA), Otmar
Grober (Austria), Wilhelm Höfer (Germany), Ruth
Kübler (Germany), Alexander Lauterwasser (Germany), Maximilian
Moser (Austria), Sabine von Normann-Schmidt und Avraham Schmidt (France), Sonbonfu
Somé (Burkina Faso), Thomas Steinmann (Germany), Wolfram
The introduction and the epilogue were written by the editors Claus Biegert and Georg
Here is the Film: (for private use only - translated from German media)