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If the subject of primary or magmatic water is of interest to you, we encourage you to do your own research, and look for books published on the subject, as well as papers presented by researchers, and the early pioneers in the field such as the following
"New Water for a Thirsty World" by Michael H. Salzman
"Aquavideo:  Locating underground water through the sensory - eye of Verne L. Cameron" by Verne L. Cameron
Stephan Riess (1898 - 1985)
Adolph Nordenskiold (1832 - 1901)
William W. Riley (1898 - 1974)

"In the lithosphere other materials - chiefly water and gases such as are found in the air -- are intermingled with the materials that constitute the rocks and the soils, but rock and soil predominate."
Pg. 11 -- "Outline of Ground - Water Hydrology" by Oscar Meinzer (1923)

"Research undertaken by Stephan Riess in 1934 showed enormous quantities of virgin water could be obtained from crystalline rocks.  This involved a combination of geothermal heat and a process known as triboluminescence, a glow which electrons in the rocks discharge as a result of friction or violent pressure, that can actually release oxygen and hydrogen gases in certain ore-bearing rocks.  This process, called cold oxidation, can form virgin or primary water.  Riess was able to tap straight into formations of hard desert rock of the right composition and produce as much as 8,000 liters per minute." —  





"One cubic kilometer of granite, under the right conditions, will yield one billion gallons of primary water."
-- Stefan Riess