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How to Supplement Your City or Town's Water Supplies with Primary Water

Updated: Jul 28

Most people on the planet are still unaware of the vast supplies of water beneath us, and this is to all of our detriments. The false narratives propagated by our education systems and news outlets have held many minds captive for too long. We can help liberate them by sharing knowledge that has been compartmentalized away from their view. You have more power than you may realize and when you apply that positively, amazing and unexpected things happen!

“What lies before us and what lies behind us are small matters compared to what lies within us.
And when you bring what is within out into the world, miracles happen.”
~ Henry David Thoreau

There are so many good people who have only been partially educated in regards to water; learning only about the atmospheric water cycle on the surface - and this includes many who are in important positions of power related to water. Beware that there are also those who will refuse to listen because they are bent on a certain agenda. Do your research and be prepared when you approach others with new information. Try to find real ways in which you can relate with them.


Thankfully, those of you who have connected to The Water Liberty Project or other primary water advocates such as The Primary Water Institute now know that the rain that falls is only a small portion of the water that this planet houses. Thank God! Our earth generates massive amount of water inside the mantle and this water is always working it's way to the surface to replenish our life and lands.

So now that you know the truth about water and how it is in fact a renewable resource like oil which we have been lied to about as well, our hope is that you apply this knowledge. Because the Climate Action Plans we wrote about in our Water Alert & Call to Action article are now taking effect in more communities, here in the USA and all around the world. Some places are being completely cut off from any water, while others are having it severely limited, and that's just the beginning if we do not act and stand up against it.

So you may want to pass this information on to water-related decision makers in your community who are now being intensely pressured to restrict our water rights.

This is what we need to do in order get through the challenges we all face now on a massive scale.

We must transform our apathy into awareness and our awareness into action. And we are most successful at doing this when we come from a place of genuine love and care for ourselves and others.

We the people truly hold the power but we have to use it to receive the many positive benefits waiting for us when we do. So it's up to us to help educate others in our community and we can start off by sharing some powerful information about water like what you can read below from Primary Water Technologies. This is a great way to introduce primary water to your water board, city manager, city council, mayor, or town leaders.

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” ~ Maya Angelou

Here also is our article How Primary Water Can Solve the World's Water Crisis. This is another great way to introduce others to primary water. There's also the free digital Primary Water Magazine that can be shared with anyone and it is packed with evidence for primary water. In addition, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the information you read so you can competently talk about it with others. You don't have to use the same terms, and you don't have to call it primary water. Many refer to it as earth-generated water or simply the untapped rivers of water beneath us.


At the end of this article, we share a Well Siting Study that was recently presented to Cedar City, Utah. This can be used as a model to present a case to add primary water to the municipalities supplies where you live. Kindly tell them that, unbeknownst to a majority of hydrologists and water experts, there is actually water below the "water table" and this earth-generated water can be accessed through the drilling of highly productive wells that renew themselves from below.

You may have a water department issuing water declarations about water limits as they do in Cedar City, UT. According to their Water Department:

Located in the southeast Great Basin and the northeastern edge of the Mojave Desert, Cedar City does not have access to an abundant water supply, with no nearby reservoirs. The City, instead, gets its water from limited watersheds and aquifers.

But if you review the Well Siting Studies below that were mapped through the use of specialized primary water technologies, you will see that the results speak for themselves. Cedar City, Utah, despite the limited reports on water from their water department, do indeed have abundant water supplies and now they have the data they need to locate and access it.


By (PWT)

"High quality, earth-generated water can be located and developed using the same methodology of exploration and production (E&P) employed in all the other extractive industries. America has gone from cries of ―Peak Oil‖ to an oil and gas glut in less than a decade. We have succeeded in disrupting an industry dominated for 40 years by a foreign cartel. This was accomplished through a combination of scientific advancements (long overdue recognition of abiotic oil and gas formations), technological innovation (horizontal drilling) and simple regulatory modernization (allowance for larger individual leases to accommodate horizontal drilling).

The same transformation is underway in Water E&P—but with a much safer impact on our environment and enormous implications for an explosion in small farming, regenerative permaculture, abundantly available potable water, and industrial renewal. All on the greenest of foundations. Nature always provides for prosperity when we remove dogma from science and allow American entrepreneurship to flourish.

Both Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley teach us that real change often requires a complete re-orientation of perspective. This is no different in the case of our understanding of groundwater. Instead of ―looking up‖ for rainwater, then watersheds, water tables and aquifers…we must ―look down‖ for the capillaries, veins and arteries of the Earth.

Whereas hydrologists read faults, dikes and other anomalies primarily as dividing lines between aquifers or "tubs" in a basin, we actually are interested in drilling on or near these fracture zones for non-aquifer sources. It is a radical difference in perspective.

These same planetary sources produce thousands of natural springs—which ironically appear in greater numbers the farther West one travels and the more arid the region. Nature hydrates those who pay attention to the signs!

Thousands of such ―primary water wells have been drilled over the last century across the U.S. and throughout the Southwest. These wells exhibit continuous flow without correlation to precipitation or drought. They provide high quality ―mineral water‖ that almost always can be consumed without filtration and only minimal processing for bottled water. Most of the nation’s ―spring‖ water in fact comes from wells drilled into the Earth’s sustainable water sources—often at high elevations emerging through bedrock.

Our forefathers knew how to locate these waters using the ―low tech‖ remote sensing techniques of dowsers, water witchers and diviners. Because they looked down for water and intimately understood that it is possible to get ―water from rock‖, up and down Appalachia and across the early and later frontiers of America they located these waters and dug wells that developed and sustained communities for generations. Even today dowsers are in high demand across California—but of course the hydrologists employed by municipalities across the state prefer to keep this fact quiet.

Even a brief survey of drilling companies and their rigs will reveal an aging fleet (using techniques a mid-century operator would recognize) drilling wider boreholes deeper in unconsolidated formations with the belief that such methodology will produce more volume from drying, over-pumped atmospheric water aquifers. Yet earth-generated water, almost always rising under hydrothermal pressure, can produce hundreds and even thousands of gallons per minute from a 12‖ (or less) well pipe drilled through fracture zones in granite and basalt bedrock—and especially in the volcanics where some of the purest water on earth issues forth. Static levels are near surface allowing for less expensive submersible pumps (even mechanical pumps for areas of the world without electricity) with minimal draw down. Locate wells where they are needed, often at higher elevations allowing for gravity flow, minimizing longdistance pumping and costly infrastructure. This is the groundwater development promise of the primary water paradigm. Proven. Disruptive. Transformative

Traditional hydrologists have many terms for earth-generated water that is anomalous to their meteoric water cycle: juvenile, magmatic, plutonic, connate, fissure, telluric, paleo… At least they agree it does in fact exist! And rather than arguing a priori that it must be radioactive or contaminated or too mineralized, we prefer to point to the abundant evidence—on all continents, in all geologic formations, regardless of soil or precipitation—that this sustainable water source can be located using the proven methodology of exploration and production practiced and continually developed in the other extractive industries.

A growing array of technologies can be employed to map, predict and pinpoint well sites. Lastly, the water well drilling business model is unquestionably due for a complete overhaul. Currently there is a disincentive to seek shallow well sources when drillers charge by the foot, and they are paid whether the borehole is dry or low producing. And why stop to swap between rotary and hammer bits, or check intermittent water quality and flow, or use techniques to release fissure water from tight fractures? This is language almost foreign to modern water well drilling. No industry should be immune to the disruptive forces of new paradigms.

We have a crisis in water. It can be solved! It is already happening…" ~ PWT

Let's hope that these hydrologists and others working in the field of water jump on board now, as the situation has become dire in some municipalities.

The below illustration "So how do we drill for it?" is part of a very comprehensive PDF with everything you need to know about Primary Water. Below that, are the Well Siting Studies. All of these are open source and we encourage you to share them wisely:


All About Primary Water: How to Locate & Access it, Best Drilling Methods, Past & Current Projects, The Science & History of it, and More


Concerned about the Water Cut-offs and "shortages"? You can send these below PDFs as samples, along with any of the introductory information we've shared above, to any water leaders in your community...

"Eight different study areas were vetted by city officials based on property ownership, location, access, water rights, and potential for groundwater development in conjunction with recommendations from Willowstick Technologies, LLC..."

Willowstick Technologies is a partner of Primary Water Technologies


"The specific purpose of the study is to narrow down and pinpoint drill targets that have a high probability for success (high quality and quantity of groundwater)—

predominantly located outside the valley aquifer..."

New content up at The Water Liberty Project



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