Welcome to our Primary Water Institute where we hope to educate you on the nature of water's origin within our world, where it comes from, and what we need to do to end drought and thirst for all people and nations.
It is our goal to support the Hungarian 'Water Wizard', Pal Pauer, who is eager to work with us to pass along his knowledge, and experience, gained over forty years of finding and accessing primary water in many parts of the world. Pal is a truly heroic man, dedicated to end thirst through the 'Science of Primary Water'. His mentor, Stephan Riess, spent decades himself in quest of primary water, and is an early pioneer in the field, as described in the book,"New Water for a Thirsty World" by Michael Salzman. In 1958, Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion asked Stephan to find primary water to supply a new city, and port on the Red Sea, under construction. In May 29,1959, the Jerusalem Post announced that the Riess-located wells were sufficient to supply a city of more than 100,000 people, enough to supply the city of Eilat, and outlying villages. — Link
"One cubic kilometer of granite, under the right conditions, will yield one billion gallons of primary water." — Stephan Riess
"Primary water wells are not a new phenomenon. Stephan Riess was drilling wells all over California and in the Middle East as far back as the early 1930s. Pal has traveled to Africa numerous times, and earlier this year, drilled six wells in Kenya and Tanzania, producing over 3,000 gallons per minute in an arid land with less than 10 inches of rainfall per year."
"According to Pal, "It's hard to get the point across to many people in the U.S. that the earth makes water. We can access it and solve our problems. We don't need massive storage facilities or aqueducts. Clean, virtually infinite sources of water might be right under our feet." — Page 80, download pdf
"Think about it. Weather records usually are broken by only small percentage points. Not this time. Many old records fell by more than 40%. In the case of downtown Oakland, it was 58% -- the 1976 record being 10.02 inches of rainfall and the 2013 total being 4.24 inches." — Link
"Magmatic water or juvenile water is water that exists within, or in equilibrium with, a magma or water-rich volatile fluids that are derived from a magma. This magmatic water is released to the atmosphere during a volcanic eruption. Magmatic water may also be released as hydrothermal fluids during the late stages of magmatic crystallization or solidification within the Earth's crust. Ultimate sources of this magmatic water includes water and hydrous minerals in rocks melted during subduction as well as primordial water brought up from the deep mantle." — http://www.freebase.com/m/06zkg06