Month: September 1999

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Transcript from interview with Con Connor, Living Water Workshop, 20th July 1999. By Dave Walsh. How did you come across Living water? I was up at an eco-village in Clones, Co. Monaghan with some friends, and a man who has invented a device for putting Cosmic Energy into water appeared, Jonathan Stromberg, and he with him some Vortex Energisers, which were put on a table in the middle of the room, and being a dowser, a diviner, I quickly pulled out the pendulum, held them over the devices and I quickly started dowsing, and I was amazed at how strong they were. I'd seen things with huge energy before, concentrated energy, but these were phenomenally strong. I asked a few questions, and made a few suggestions, and was very shortly offered a dealership. A man named Graham Whitehead, who is part of the Living Water Workshop, came into the room...

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Formerly published in the now defunct 'Source' magazine in Autumn 1999, - daev explores why people are strapping spirals of copper to their water pipes, speaks to Con Connor of Ireland's 'Living Water Workshop', and discusses the works of Viktor Schauberger and his theories of vortex implosion. For those concerned about the state of both tap and bottled water available in Ireland, an organisation calling themselves the Living Water Workshop has been set up, with the ambition of achieving 'a shift in thinking about water as a living thing', through public workshops. They point out that although *all* living beings are dependent upon water (humans consist of over 70% water), we are strangely careless about the *quality* of the water that we ingest. As stated by Austrian visionary, environmental scientist, inventor, and discoverer of 'Living Water', Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958: Formerly published in the now defunct 'Source' magazine in Autumn 1999,...

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The Sunday People of August 22nd provides us with the painful headline 'O'Nessie Makes a Splash - Mystery monster has made an Irish waterway its home!', along with a picture of the alleged peist (gaelic; worm). It comes courtesy of reporter Stephen Maguire, who, having laid hands on a photograph of it, breathlessly informs us that 'this is the first picture of Ireland's own 'Loch Ness' monster'. The photograph was taken by Sean Walsh (no relation to this writer), who was in a boat on the Lough Erne waterway, in Killykeen, Co. Cavan. One Claudia Westrich was swimming alongside, 'when she felt something pushing her down. She thought it was an oar from boat accompanying her on the swim but when she looked up the vessel was 5 metres away. She tried to get a good look at the creature but it dived under the water.' Oddly, Walsh is quoted...