BILL COX
A Leader in Locating Primary Water

Bill Cox has been locating Primary Water successfully for over 35 years. He has identified high producing water well sites throughout the world for government agencies, industries and agricultural clients. Cox has written and lectured extensively on the nature of Primary Water and how to find it. He was featured on Japanese television in 1996, after siting a Primary Water well in Sumoto City on Awajishima Island, an area with major water problems.

A resident of southern California, Cox has done a great deal of work in his home state. He has sited successful wells in Sonoma, Petaluma, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties. He is often called in when existing wells begin to fail or other attempts to locate water are unsuccessful. Cox has a 90+% success rate of finding water in all types of terrain and climate. The rare exceptions are frequently the result of drilling problems beyond his control.

The following pages show a few of the many productive wells Bill Cox has located since his participation at Lake Elsinore in 1968 to more recent times.


drilling operations into specific fractured rock systems reach Primary Water.

At sites located by Bill Cox, precision drilling operations into specific fractured rock systems reach Primary Water. This requires both vigilance and specialized well-completion skills.

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Mobile drilling rigs are uniquely equiped to bore into subterranean shattered rock systems and their associated strata.

Mobile drilling rigs are uniquely equiped to bore into subterranean shattered rock systems and their associated strata. They tap into substantial and sustainable volumes of new, geo-chemically created Primary Water.
Test pumping for Primary Water from seismic faults and associated fractured rock channels

Test pumping for Primary Water from seismic faults and associated fractured rock channels, produces a 1000 gallons per minute flow into a long time dry Southern California creek bed.
Test pumping produces 200 gallons per minute of Primary Water

Test pumping produces 200 gallons per minute of Primary Water from a high elevation well located by Bill Cox near Mount Palomar, California.
 
A free flowing 100 gpm Primary Water well.

A free flowing 100 gpm Primary Water well.
A Primary Water Well sited by Bill Cox and Verne Cameron flows at several thousand gallons per minute

A Primary Water Well sited by Bill Cox and Verne Cameron flows at several thousand gallons per minute.
A 900 gallon per minute well in San Diego county had only a 10ft draw down when pumped.

A 900 gallon per minute well in San Diego county had only a 10ft draw down when pumped.
One of 4 similar pumps producing 500 to 1000 gpm of Primary Water for a large citrus ranch.

One of 4 similar pumps producing 500 to 1000 gpm of Primary Water for a large citrus ranch.

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