Water Overview

Finding, Drilling, Re-Energizing, Desalination, Filtering

With proper understanding of how to find deep ‘primary water’, abundant water is located where it is most needed, including arid regions. This has been proven many times. By combining sensitive cutting edge magnetic mapping, along with the specialized ancient practice of ‘geomancy-dowsing’ we are able to locate and confirm drill site locations. We then use low cost ecological processes to revitalize, filter, conserve and where necessary, desalinate. In larger projects, we can also use the water for energy and electricity generation (refer to Energy and Electricity component). Once the water is located it is combined with a selected mix of our sustainable technologies, depending on local conditions, budget and vision, to bring LIFE FORCE, crops and economy back to any area on the planet.


  1. Locating primary water with Phase Dielectric Geomancy: Combining the mastery of the ancient art of dowsing with cutting edge magnetic mapping, where the circulation of this water is precisely generating a "phase conjugate dielectric' due to its purity, makes it traceable by using capacitive sensors which measure phase conjugate fields. It is our key strategy to “Bloom the Desert” where areas seem not to have water available. We prove otherwise! Read more below on ‘Finding Primary Water” and watch the videos (see references/film clips).
  2. The Imploder Water Treatment Proven and marketed by Bloom the Desert Technology. The “Imploder” produces a measurable and validated effect on plant growth, seed germination success and biomass yields. It revitalizes water quickly and is easy to install. It is unique technology that combines a magnetic array ‘phase conjugate magnetics’ with a directional nozzle. The Imploder device facilitates the bringing of required nutrients into plants by causing a de-clustering effect on water. Read more at www.TheImploder.com
  3. Desalination Techniques: One of the best ways to finance many of our projects is through desalination, taking free water from the ocean, removing the salt, and selling it. There is a rapidly dwindling fresh water supply in the world today. Roughly 1.5 billion people, more than 22% of the world's population, lack safe drinking water. According to an industry report, “the desalination market will generate expenditure in the region of $95 billion by 2015.” Global conglomerates have quickly entered this high-profit industry. GE, Siemens and Dow Chemical each have a big stake in the business, with operating plants all over the world. Firms like T. Rowe Price, Vanguard, and Berkshire Hathaway are watching the desalination technology evolve because all of these companies use old costly methods. Current desalination can cost about three times more than traditional methods. It takes about 14 kilowatt-hours of energy to desalinate 1,000 gallons of seawater.  Because we have technology that separates hydrogen and oxygen, it also separates impurities, creating instant desalination, at very low costs compared to other methods. It is also used in conjunction with the Imploder water device.

We are in the business of locating Primary Water

The global water crisis and the related food crisis form a major threat to humanity.
The wellbeing of our children and grandchildren is at stake.

Bloom the DESERT (BTD) is creating a global trusted network of primary water experts, primary water dowsers and cutting edge magnetic mapping along with primary water drilling experts to bring the existence of primary water to the forefront. It is our intention to position primary water exploration as a universally recognized technology to provide clean water to everyone, everywhere and at affordable costs.

As primary water is originating from the core of the earth and is there to feed humanity, the use of primary water must be in harmony with the principles of nature. Primary water is abundant, but at the same time its use requires an environmentally and socially responsible attitude. Primary water based agriculture must be coupled with the most efficient methods of using water. These are the technologies of micro-dripping and subsurface dripping, which are now in use in many drought stricken areas in the world.


Watch a great clip here about bringing primary water to an African village

When Hans Anton Rieder was looking for water in Eritrea for a Swiss charity helping the desperately needy population, (view above video) and he let the drilling begin in the place he designated, one of the geologists, who was hired by the Swiss TV team there, said: “There is definitely no water here. He’s in the wrong place. This is a very unfavorable place. Drilling a hole here is a waste of time and money. If he finds water here, I will change my profession.” When the boring was successful and the drinking water came bubbling up, he couldn’t believe it.

The same thing happened to a team of geologists that completely ruled out any chance of success when Mr. Rieder insisted on drilling at the top of the mountain, Hörnli at 2,540m above sea level. This was right next to the mountain station by the cable car, because they needed fresh water. There too, the astonishment of the geologists was considerable when the water came up.

He also proved his theory when he started drilling for fresh water on a tiny Pacific island. The island was too small to have any ground water. Against all scientific reason, he found drinkable water there as well – to the delight of the fishermen. Now they no longer have to transport water onto the island.

Up to now, his greatest achievement was for the “untouchables” in the Thar Desert (Rajasthan, India): thanks to 9 successfully drilled holes, 40,000 people from 35 villages are now provided with sufficient drinking water. He has realized what was written 2,500 years ago in the Vedas: “One day, when everything seems hopeless, the blood of the earth – the water veins hidden in stone – will save mankind.”