Dew Ponds & ProtoWater

Steven Guth and David Beale 2014

Earth gives water, for life, with love and a powerful mysterious spiritual blessing.

Branch Hill Pond, Hampstead Heath, with a Boy Sitting on a Bank circa 1825

Branch Hill Pond, Hampstead Heath, with a Boy Sitting on a Bank
circa 1825 John Constable (1776‑1837)
Oil paint on canvas 333 x 502 mm frame: 579 x 747 x 105 mm
Tate Gallery N01813 Not on display
Bequeathed by Henry Vaughan 1900

"Even though much is known about global wind patterns, jet streams,
cloud formations and other weather phenomena, it is nonetheless possible that one may happen upon phenomena for which there is no relationship of cause and effect.
For a number of years I have observed a phenomenon on several different occasions for which I could produce no answer:
The mysterious formation of dew."

"In California, where it is often too dry to form heavy dew every night, it is possible to observe some peculiar patterns. During late spring, when there is only a minimal amount of moisture in the ground, the dew doesn't fall in the evening as is the usual case. It is possible to go out through the grass in the hours before dawn and come in again with dry shoes. Just at the moment of sun-rise, however, the car windows cover over and dew springs onto the grass that was perfectly dry just minutes before. The dew point, which is usually thought to be a fixed relationship between air temperature and water vapor content, appears to have other possible variables. In this instance, the temperature remains unchanged as the dew falls. It is as if the Sun, touching the horizon, somehow triggers the Earth to breathe out water."

From page 51 of Weather and Cosmos by Dennis Klocek.
Published by Steiner College, Fair Oaks California 95628. Printed in 1990.

Tree Australia Steven Guth

Consider a tree – any tree – the tree outside your window.

What does a tree do? Like a solar panel it collects energy from the sun, to run a chemical reaction called 'photosynthesis' so that it can get the food that it needs to grow.

I doubt trees only want sunlight and nutrients from the ground and the biosphere, to meet their energy and growth needs. Every shape in their leaves and branches also suits gathering energy of types yet to be accepted by most scientists.

Maybe trees and everything alive have their shapes because they're interested in some other type of available energy; energy that even overshadows the heat-light energy from sunlight.

There is much to suggest that trees are seeking something else besides light, water, air and nutrients. What is the energy that they are seeking; why do we have almost no knowledge of what it is?

Is it the 'free energy' that the fringe scientists have been seeking for years? Maybe. But whatever it is, it is biological rather than mechanical. It escapes the scientist who would try to measure it with a gadget before it can be discussed even philosophically.

We are going to reverse the accepted 'scientific' pattern by accepting some new assumptions about planet earth.  Good people have confirmed too many observations which may be accepted for what they are rather than condemned as heresy or unreal. Blessings may be mysteries that work despite being inexplicable.

I wonder if you know of Professor Lance Endersbee's privately published wonderfully illustrated 2005 book "A voyage of discovery". It is available by writing to him at 124 Overport Road, Frankston 3199, Victoria.

In his summary at the back of the book Endersbee says (p.255):

”Volume and source of water.
The volume of water at the surface of the earth is increasing very slowly.
The mantle of the earth is an ionised hydro siliceous solution. The solution includes ions of volatile gases, such as water, methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide etc., which are emitted from solution with reduction of pressure in rising magma, and emitted from volcanoes and ocean vents.
The gases emitted from volcanoes and ocean vents constitute a net addition to the air and water at the surface of the earth. The oceans were formed this way."

His very first chapter (pp. 1-20) "The world's water wells are drying up!" deals with present and historical human use of groundwater. Included, inter alia, is:

“These deep water wells cannot be replenished from rainfall. In the book it is shown that the source of the groundwater that supports these three billion people lies in the interior of the earth.”

Misty Morning Trees 

Whatever happens naturally, in Nature, should be accepted as ordinary; yet many are frightened by anything strange! Look at this sunrise image. It's been mirrored and altered to reproduce some feelings while photographing it: feelings about our universe being more than we can see; and how beautiful it is. Is that scary?

Dew appears where it just couldn't, shouldn't, can't… Either observations as Klocek made are  inaccurate (I have experienced similar myself) or current theories of dew formation are faulty.  Is that scary?

From page 51 (again) of Weather and Cosmos by Dennis Klocek:

"In California, where it is often too dry to form heavy dew every night, it is possible to observe some peculiar patterns. During late spring, when there is only a minimal amount of moisture in the ground, the dew doesn't fall in the evening as is the usual case. It is possible to go out through the grass in the hours before dawn and come in again with dry shoes. Just at the moment of sun-rise, however, the car windows cover over and dew springs onto the grass that was perfectly dry just minutes before. The dew point, which is usually thought to be a fixed relationship between air temperature and water vapor content, appears to have other possible variables. In this instance, the temperature remains unchanged as the dew falls. It is as if the Sun, touching the horizon, somehow triggers the Earth to breathe out water."

Which brings up another oddity – dew ponds – amazing things, hundreds of them in the old world. (For a hundred plus photos of English dew ponds see: http://www.geograph.org.uk/search.php?i=2534074&page=1
Built on the top of hills they fill up during the night with dew — while ponds down the side hills, where water can flow into them, remain dry.

A quote from page 153 of The Divining Hand by Christopher Bird 1979
ISBN: 0-525-48038-2

"Water has flown continuously from Ain Figeh spring from the heights above Damascus – one of the oldest continuously inhabited cites in the world – for thousands of years. The Ain Figeh Spring, a remarkable source of water, today supplies the entire population (1.3 million people) of Damascus, Syria, and is also the principal source of the Barada River. A report on it by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development reads: 'The principal emergence of the spring, which has been enclosed in a structure since Roman times, resembles an underground river several meters across which flows up and out of the limestone formation in the mountain. The total flow averages about 132,000 gallons per minute. The water quality is very good, its temperature and pH are constant, its taste and color excellent.'"

Groundwater emerges from the Figeh Main Spring
Groundwater emerges from the Figeh Main Spring

Christopher Bird also describes dowsers finding water in the American deserts where, according to hydrologists, water couldn't exist. Perfectly pure water can come from the tops of high hills.

Bird suggests this "primary water" is produced in the Earth; it runs up and down along cracks and fault lines, and in streams. It can be detected by dowsers.

Such natural springs are well known in Europe, at Glastonbury, Lourdes and in many other places. Bird gives the example of Damascus, a City which has a spring in the hills that has been active for over 2,500 years; yielding water enough to supply the needs of Damascus

Many seem to believe that water comes only from the sky after evaporating from the ocean or the land. 'Artesian' water may be gushing from the top of hills thousands of feet about sea level; should such water be deemed to have originated only in the ocean then to have fallen from the sky? And this water, must it have come from hills higher, thousands of kilometers away? I doubt this happens often.

Water gets into underground pools after sinking from the surface, yes. But water originated by condensing from steam, below ground. Water comes from the sky a little more than iron, lead and sand come from the sky. Water is  a mineral that happens to be a light-weight liquid at ordinary temperatures; it gets squeezed to the surface of Earth; after being created inside Earth.

About 10% of people are natural dowsers. Divining rods move in their hands often dramatically, strongly; with no inertia. I believe the mystery is a natural mind-spirit-body connection.  I reject glib claims such as about unconscious body movements…that still ignore the question about how such "ESP" gets to know where the water/whatever is…although they may claim "magnetic" or "electromagnetic" and other pseudo-scientific babble words.

Dowsing has nothing to do with Evil Spirits, per se. [A person my allow these in; that would show in other ways; being able to dowse would be as coincidental as being able to drive a car.] Dowsing is presently inexplicable according to scientific and religious dogma; but it works; so it is, I hope, less scary than television would have been a few years ago.

I believe that after water forms, the energy of proto-water continues to enliven and interact with ordinary matter and energy, people, animals, plants…and dowsing rods held by people…and the antennas of all living creatures.  

NASA's Voyager spacecraft were the first to take images of Saturn's moon Enceladus close-up in 1980 (left),
but it wasn't until NASA's Cassini spacecraft visited the icy moon in 2005 (right)
that scientists discovered jets of water vapor and organic particles shooting from the surface.

http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/news/voyager_30_year_saturn.html

http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/news/voyager_30_year_saturn.html
Dew pond near Hartington - geograph.org.uk
Dew pond near Hartington - geograph.org.uk

May we believe water on the moon Enceladus is the same as water on all planets? An explanation says Enceladus' water comes from an underground lake that vents out. This little moon, with no atmosphere, has no water cycle.

On Earth, plentiful water streams into the sea and rises into the air, fresh and new from deep underground. We may tap into constantly-replaced underground water; and dew ponds do gather water (in ways we have yet to understand).

In his book, The Naturalist on the Thames, published circa 1900, C. J. Cornish gave a description of British dew ponds:

 "The dew ponds, so called because they are believed to be fed by dew and vapors, and not by rain, have kept their water, while the deeper ponds in the valleys have often failed. The shepherds on the downs are careful observers of these ponds, because if they run dry they have to take their sheep to a distance or draw water for them from very deep wells. They maintain that there are on the downs some dew ponds which have never been known to run dry. Others which do run dry do so because the bottom is injured by driving sheep into them and so perforating the bed when the water is shallow, and not from the failure of the invisible means of supply ...”

A tree, its trunk branching limbs, to twigs, to leaves; a Fibonacci system; ideal for gathering energy . May we consider, neither angry nor scared, the tree to be also an aerial system — an organic energy-gathering resonant receiver-transmitter for more types of energy than light and air?

A tree's roots reach into Earth. We share belief in a proposal, a hypothesis, about natural aerial systems. In our civilization so far, all who've opposed or exposed official dogma have have been denigrated, threatened, persecuted, caged and killed. Their ideas are twisted, misquoted and ridiculed then people presume the lies are the truth yet...regardless, some people see beauty despite bullshit.

A society can witness only so much slander and abuse of its citizens before it learns to keep its mouth shut and teaches its children to comply. Now we have a little more freedom; so we may again notice the irrefutable evidence that there are more types of energy than just heat, light and movement. These energies are as real and as natural as water and sunlight. Trees, microbes, people...all life on Earth depends as much on these unseen energies as we do on air water and light.

Many energies, of types allegedly spiritual, evil or imaginary, are so much like ordinary radio and light that they accompany these forms of energy. Their effects are often accepted as being caused by heat and light rather than the lesser-known types of energy. In future, these energies will be ordinary scientific engineering. People will be gathering energy, water, air, moving without inertia and ignoring gravity....all to be ordinary miracles of Nature.

A tree reaches into the sky; her roots reach into the ground; she tunes into Mother Earth and reaches to the sky for the needs of all life as may we.

Australian Tree and people reaching into the sky

Nature's Silent Music, Philip Callahan. ISBN 0-911311-33-5 Paramagnetism, Philip Callahan. ISBN 0-911311-49-1 Ancient Mysteries, Modern Visions, Philip Callahan. ISBN 0-911311-08-4 All published by Acres USA. P.O. Box 8800, Metairie. Louisiana 70011, USA. Tel: 001 504 889 2100 for prices and availability.

Tree Reaching To Sky Balloon In Distance

Another version of this introduction, with more of the content material, is at ChiSync.com

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