Is it possible to bring our technological society into harmony with nature? In a February 23 presentation sponsored by New Energy Movement Canada, Josef Tyls will tell how that can be done.
This public event is in the Fletcher Challenge Theater at SFU’s Harbour Centre, 515 W. Hastings at 7 pm (admission $12).
Josef , a Vancouver inventor and researcher, is an expert on the work of two prolific innovators of energy systems. Nikola Tesla and the late Austrian naturalist Viktor Schauberger left a legacy of vital knowledge for the future of human health and energy. Josef will talk about vortex energy, the inward spiraling motion where he believes the “magic” resides. He has a gift for making advanced technology accessible to a lay audience.
Josef sees the connection between Tesla and Schauberger as far from coincidental; their innovations both use vortex principles. Schauberger came up with his inventions by closely observing vortex motions in pristine rivers, streams and other natural systems and seeing nature’s creative principle at work. From roses to hurricanes, the vortex is everywhere in nature and Josef Tyls sees it as presenting unlimited energy potential.
For more info: http://www.newenergymovement.ca