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  • I would put the next question “What is the solution?” into this slide as well, with the nice water back ground
  • 1.) We should not only say generally unknown, but also put yet again a reference to old scriptures, which do mention this system, but we do not mention those “rods’, as they are seen as completely unscientific
  • - Headline “Successful drilling project into a water vein in Spain”- We should mention some of the fact mentioned in our write up, e.g. its under a huge layer of granite, no round water level
  • - Headline “Successful drilling project into a water vein in Spain”- We should mention some of the fact mentioned in our write up, e.g. no round water level
  • Summary We reduce costs for drilling due to the fact that our precise predictions prevent unsuccessful drillings We locate water in areas where geologists and generation old “knowledge” say that there is no water There are no expenses until we confirm upfront whether there is water in the area of interest Drilling gear and machinery has to be arranged according to QW instructions For the drilling exercise 2 scientist will travel to the site, for which the expenses have to be covered The fee structure will be agreed then upfront, fixed in an agreement and is only payable in case of successful drillings

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  • QUANTUM WATER
    WATER FOR THE WORLD
  • We need water!
    What’s the solution?
  • Save Water
    Recycle Waste Water
    Find Water Resources
    - Surface water – rivers, streams, lakes, glaciers
    - Aquifers – natural underground reservoirs
    - Sea water – through de-salination
    - Ground water table
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  • THE ‘NORMAL’ SEARCH FOR GROUND WATER
    Step 1: Geological surveys/Hydrology studies/Resistivity Tests
    are conducted by expert surveyors to locate water.
    Step 2: These surveys are time consuming and expensive and
    have to be paid for, whether any water is found or not.
    Step 3: The surveyors may “suggest” some sites for drilling,
    but do not take any responsibility if no water is found!
    Step 4: If water is found, it may be saline, or contaminated.
    If so, another bore well may need to be drilled.
    Step 5: If potable water is struck, there is no guarantee that
    the well will not dry up within a few months.
    Step 6: Finally, the water may have to be transported long
    distances to the actual points–of–use.
    Step 7: Therefore, it is clear that the cost of drilling alone is merely
    a fraction of the total cost of a successful bore well.
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  • THE ‘NORMAL’ SEARCH FOR GROUND WATER
    The cost of tapping ground water
    Expensive surveys
    +
    Drilling (incl. failed bore wells)
    +
    Transportation of water over long distances
    &
    Lowering of the ground water level
    And uncertainty how long the bore well lasts!
  • WATER RESOURCES
    - Surface water – rivers, streams, lakes, glaciers
    - Aquifers – natural underground reservoirs
    - Sea water – through de-salination
    - Ground water table
    - Water Veins
  • FACTS ABOUT WATER VEINS
    1. Water Veins are a generally unknown, untapped water source.
    2. They are a natural phenomena, created by electro-magnetic
    fields which constantly influence the Earth’s surface.
    3. They form a hierarchical and globally interlinked network and
    are therefore a perennial source of water.
    4. There are references to this water source in our Scriptures that
    refer to it as “the Blood of the Earth”.
    5. High pressure and ultra-high resonant oscillations within
    the veins enables water to easily pass through hard rocks.
  • FACTS ABOUT WATER VEINS
    6. The high pressure isolates the water within them completely
    and prevents it from mixing with ground water, if present.
    7. This results in pure drinking water.
    8. Many veins are found 100 to 300 meters below the surface.
    9. Their depth and direction vary, sometimes quite dramatically.
    10. QW’s methodology guarantees success.
  • THE QUANTUM WATER METHOD
    Step 1: Our experts survey the site and send the required data
    including satellite imagery to the QW lab. in Germany.
  • The area marked out with coordinates
  • THE QUANTUM WATER METHOD
    Step 1: Our experts survey the site and send the required data
    including satellite imagery to the QW lab. in Germany.
    Step 2: After a detailed analysis using their unique proprietary
    technology, QW identifies exact drilling points.
  • The exact well markings
  • THE QUANTUM WATER METHOD
    Step 1: Our experts survey the site and send the required data
    including satellite imagery to the QW lab. in Germany.
    Step 2: After a detailed analysis using their unique proprietary
    technology, QW sends us the exact drilling points.
    Step 3: Our experts mark the exact point(s) for drilling.
  • Marking the exact spot on the ground
    Error correction using 3 GPS transponders
  • WE STRIKE WATER!
  • Project ‘A’ (In an arid area)
    Depth – 160 meters
    Water Rise – 115 meters
    Successful drilling project in Spain:
    (Water was found under bedrock at the predicted depth)
    Source: QW Archives
  • Project ‘B’ (On a mountain top):
    Depth – 40 meters
    Water Rise – 34 meters
    Another successful drilling project in Spain:
    (Geologists had declared that the area has no ground water at all)
    Source: QW Archives
  • Project ‘C’ (In Eritrea)
    Depth – 128 meters
    Yield – 7200 lph
    Successful drilling project in Eritrea:
    (Geologists had declared that the area has no ground water at all)
    Source: QW Archives
  • Project ‘D’ (In Madhya Pradesh)
    Granite from
    6 metres
    Water struck at
    151 metres
    Successful drilling project in Simrol:
    Geologists had declared that the area has no ground water since 1975
    Source: QW Archives
  • Project ‘E’ (In Uttar Pradesh)
    Hand pump with
    Saline water
    Depth: 55 mtrs.
    Dry hand pump
    Depth: 50 mtrs.
    Dry open well
    Depth: 30 mtrs.
    Water struck at a depth of 30 mtrs.
    Successful drilling project in UP
    People had to walk 3 kms to get drinking water
    Yield: 350,000 litres per day
    Source: QW Archives
  • Ground Level
    10” bore
    SOIL
    8” MS casing
    16 meters
    ROCK
    6” bore
    Water rise
    50 meters
    151 meters
    Water Vein
    158 meters
    173 meters
    Casing Plan for a Bore well
    Source: QW Archives
  • QUANTUM WATER
    IT TAKES A 3 – PRONGED APPROACH:
    SAVE WATER
    WATER FOR THE WORLD
    RECYCLE WATER
    FIND ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF WATER