TheUnveiling -> Water from Solid Rock: "In the early 50's, a geo-chemist, metallurgist, mining engineer and dowser
named Stephan Riess theorized that a vast supply of water ran under the
Mojave desert large enough to supply the needs of all the people in southern
California. Riess's conclusions were corroborated by a study done by civil
engineers. Their findings revealed that there was as Riess called it,
primary water travelling in the deep rock fault system under the desert that
had nothing in common with the water in the alluvium sedimentary aquifers.
This rock fissure water was also so pure that chlorination was unnecessary,
and it ran like deep, life-giving veins in the earth."
2 years ago