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The Water Crisis
An Alternative Look at the Water Crisis
by Alanna Moore, Tim Strachan and Rob Gourlay.
From Geomantica, a journal of Geomancy by Alanna Moore
October 2005. I had just read John Archer's new book 'Twenty Thirst Century' about the water crisis in Australia and particularly in Sydney, where the NSW government is even considering an energy guzzling de-salination plant. (See the book review later this issue.)
"Bottled energy", ex-premier Bob Carr had once called water produced this way. And it even could provide possible justification to have a nuclear power plant to power it!
What might be better prospects for Australia (and Sydney in particular) in regards to sustainable water supply? I wondered.
While John Archer had covered all the usual perspectives on the situation admirably in his book, I felt that some other views, such as from water diviners, might shed a more hopeful light on the situation. I can now see some light at the end of the tunnel!
I asked Tim Strachan, an energy worker, dowser and natural therapist who runs The Energy Store in Sydney, for his ideas.
TS: "Regarding Sydney being drought affected - I believe that energetically there is too much imbalance now between earth and sky.
The imbalances (which are growing fast) are a result of lots of pollution (particulate matter, affecting precipitation etc), and particularly artificial emf blanketing the city more and more. I just see it all as artificial obstacles/barriers/dor (deadly orgone), and Wilhem Reich's view of dor/oranor is a fairly clear way of seeing or modeling it. Our country continues to be massively mismanaged.
But I believe also you'd probably need hundreds of 'rainmaker' devices, along with devices like my orgonite cones, but not just a dozen or so (and I doubt there's that many - three that I've made are in or around Sydney). These devices are really energy balancers, and they clear noxious frequencies.
As for the water side - there are two fairly separate aquifer systems - the superficial (probably being depleted) and the deep (lots still there). Rob Gourlay can tell you more about that.
I've had my own experience up round Bucketty of what seemed like finding places where water used to be (and the dowsing found it) but where there no longer was water (at a more superficial level like 100m)."
So I then asked scientist Rob Gourlay what he knew.
Rob Gourlay: I use geophysical data to target good fractured rock zones and this has paid-off for me over the past 6 years and over 300 bores, with only one reported with a water quality problem.
I met a guy in Sydney about 10 years ago that had mapped this system. I have mapped other buried stream systems in central NSW (ie. the buried Lachlan River (that once flowed south to North) and this system yields between 4,500-11,000 gals per hour.
Alanna Moore: "I have read in the Archer book that water brought up from very deep is more likely to be contaminated with 'aluminium, arsenic, fluoride and radon due to higher temperatures there.....'
Have you found this to be true?
RB: I have not found evidence of aluminium, arsenic, fluoride and radon
Generally, I find that public scientists and conservationists have very little knowledge about deep groundwater systems and how water is formed in the Earth, energised in rivers and conditioned for human use; or even the notion that water has a life
The deep primary water is normally very good quality and this why I target
A problem that I have encountered (once) with fractured rock is high iron,
AM: So Sydney just needs to get smart and there's really no reason to resort to inefficient de-salination technology?
RB: Fundamentally, if every home had a 90,000 gal tank with grey water recycling
Also, we have 8,000 cubic kilometres of water in the atmosphere that can
However, the water utility companies will want us to use the current
Remember that we can not destroy water and it is continuously being created deep
There is a capability statement at my ERIC website (www.eric.com) on groundwater