by Studio Zero Anne
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A group of people enjoying the view
at an undisclosed Hotsprings Location.
Primary water is simply spring water
that has not yet sprung.
This is the true story of primary water...
A story that is not
taught yet in any schools or even known to the most experienced and
staunch professionals in the world of water.
This water appears in unexpected places such as mountain springs and desert oases.
Primary Water isn't a mystery, though access to this technology has been largely suppressed historically and only recently begun to emerge in open discussions within scientific communities and is largely dependent on geography and geology rather than climate and atmospheric rainfall.
And did you know that
this newly generated water can be drank without any additional
treatment due to the fact that it has not yet been exposed to any
Under pressure, it then makes its way to the surface via faults and fissures in the form of volcanic steam, artesian springs, geysers, and oases. When it approaches the surface of the Earth it mixes with water already here and then becomes part of the Hydrologic Cycle.
Many Primary Water
experts are able to locate the water as it nears the earth's
surface, thus reducing the depth of drilling normally needed for
Primary Water exploding
on the surface as a geyser
We see headlines professing a dooms-day scenario when it comes to dwindling water supplies.
And the damage that this does to the collective and individual psyche is not to be missed.
People deserve to know the Truth.
It's time to embrace the abundant source of life that primary water is.
Drilling for primary water looks similar to drilling for ground water.
The main difference in
accessing primary water is that it requires drilling into a
geologic fissure or fault to release the primary water that
has risen near the surface.
There are countless primary water wells that have been functioning for decades all over California and around the world.
Inexpensive horizontal drilling rigs can benefit fish and wildlife by refilling dried up streams, lakes and rivers.
Thanks to the Abundance of Primary Water, it is now possible to literally 'green' deserts, reversing desertification, turning these arid areas into lush, food producing regions, fit for all life to thrive, in harmony with the living land that provides pristine, primary, earth-generated water, from the very mantle of our world.
He proposed a water delivery plan which included drilling 8,000 primary water wells along the foothills of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
By accessing primary
water, it is unnecessary to use massive public works transport
systems because water can be localized to meet the water needs of
But there need be no real water shortages with access to primary water.
The word is getting out and this year 2022, the year of the water tiger, is pivotal.
The question is,
That's an especially important question for those still employed at any government agencies or organizations that deals with water.
Stepping beyond the confining dogma involved in water resource management today takes a lot of strength and heart.
Those in government who
are brave enough to do so and work toward seeing primary water
implemented to benefit municipal supplies and many other public
works programs will likely find themselves leaps and bounds ahead of
It is essential to
consider both atmospheric water and primary water when managing the
world's abundant water supply.
The mission of the Primary Water Institute is to educate people on the science of primary water and also to train individuals on how to locate and drill for Primary Water in the United States and around the globe.
And this article is
dedicated to the founder of The Primary Water Institute,
Pal Pauer, also known lovingly
as The Hungarian Water Wizard, RIP January 2022.
for drilling a successful PW well
for Masai Tribe.
Make sure to check out the first ever Primary Water Magazine just released January 2022 and learn about the History and Science of Primary Water:
The article has been a collaboration between the Primary Water Institute and The Water Liberty Project.
Primary Water Institute Writers include,
Edited by Anne Olsen
from The Water Liberty Project...