An email this week tells me that I’ll be finally meeting Wilhelm Mohorn in person — at the Breakthrough Energy Movement conference. His email said, in part, “Yes the plan is that I´m present on the BEM in Holland with my generator!”
I first heard about his invention in 1997, and an appendix to the book Breakthrough Power tells his story. Austrian engineer Wilhelm Mohorn discovered an aetheric dehydration system for buildings. He established a business in 1985 and there have been 30,000 installations of his system throughout Europe. It uses what he calls cosmic energy, to repel water and make water retreat from the walls of a building and to keep the walls dry indefinitely.
A part of the Budapest parliament building beside the Danube River, for instance, had a problem with dampness until Aquapol in 1992 successfully dried it. Mohorn’s technology shows how dramatically different a non-conventional energy system can be. Benefits include: No chemicals, no drilling, no additional electrosmog. No fuel, no batteries, no maintenance.
The name of his business is Aquapol, with the syllable –pol standing for polarization. The inventor explains his phrase “orientation polarization” as meaning the water molecules can be oriented and directed via specific fields of energy
He says he is working with a type of radiation from the earth that is not electromagnetic but is dynamic in nature. The system’s antennae receive the radiation and redirect it. The process can cause either moisturization or dehydration, depending on in which direction it is arranged to move water molecules in a capillary system – upwards or downwards.
When accepting an award in Vienna in 2008, Mohorn’s speech referred in part to free energy: “New ecologically-friendly energy technologies are desperately needed in order to enhance environmental protection effectively” …”Renewable energy technologies like solar technologies, bio-mass and wave power stations are an excellent temporary solution, which will be amended considerably by free energy technologies in the future.”