…”I know very well that many scientists consider dowsing as they do astrology, as a type of ancient superstition. According to my conviction this is, however unjustified. The dowsing rod is a simple instrument which shows the reaction of the human nervous system to certain factors which are unknown to us at this time”…..
by Albert Einstein
Geopathology is a science that deals with the study of pathologic (sickening, harmful) energies emitted from the earth that interfere with the healthy functioning of cell metabolism in our body.Geopathic stress has been found to be a common factor in most serious illnesses, long term illnesses and psychological conditions.
European Science has researched this topic for nearly a century and provides important insights about the significance on longterm and chronic health challenges.
Serious illness such as Cancer,
Myalgic encephalomyelitis ( medical condition characterized by long-term fatigue and other symptoms that limit a person's ability to carry out ordinary daily activities ME),
Exhaustion, fatigue or loss of strength
Behavioural problems , aggression, hyperactivity
Stress and nervousness
Not responding to medical treatment
Sleeping disorders and restlessness
Aches and pains , headaches, back problems
Asthma and allergies
You live in a house that never ‘felt right’
You might feel better when away from home
You instinctively dislike that house
Bedwetting in children and continuous crying in babies
"Research has shown that the majority of people that are suffering ill health are sleeping over a geopathic stressed area.The major issue is an increased risk of cancer. Studies have shown that over 85% of patients who die from cancer had regular exposure to geopathic stress. Dr. E Hartman M.D. claimed after treating thousands of cancer patients over 30 years in practice that CANCER IS A DISEASE OF LOCATION caused by geopathic stress."
"During sleep your brain does your body’s ‘housekeeping’ including creating 80% of your new cells, giving the right signals for your body to operate properly and absorb the correct level of vitamins and minerals together with adjusting hormone balance. Geopathic stress will interfere with this process and leave your immune system weak. "
In 1952, a German physicist W.O. Schumann identified 7.83Hz as a frequency of the earth’s magnetic field. 7.83Hz frequency falls within the range of natural human alpha brainwaves which is an optimum state for well-being and healing.
Types of Geopathic Stress
Schumann Resonance (7.83Hz) which is a natural frequency of the earth’s magnetic field can be disrupted or distorted by underground water streams, geological fault lines, underground caverns and certain mineral deposits such as coal, oil and iron. Apart from natural earth’s disruptions, man-made structures such as railways, motorway cuttings, embankments, bridges, quarries, tunnels, mines and underground bankers can cause geopathic stress. Steel pilings, metal fences post and road signs stakes, as well as buried gas, electricity and water mains and sewers, can disrupt Schumann Resonance and cause geopathic stress. Certain types of building foundations and structures can be another cause of GS.
The basic three types of naturally occurring Geopathic Stress are underground watercourses, earth grid systems and geologic anomalies or earth fractures.
Underground water courses (or water veins) emit an energy that is draining our body's bioenergetic field and can be harmful if a person is spending long periods of time above those areas. It makes no difference how deep the water is down in the earth or how many floors a person lives above ground. Even on the 20th floor of an apartment building the effect can be clearly felt, sometimes even stronger due to the enhancement of iron in reinforced concrete in the ceilings.
Earth grid systems was described in detailed by Dr. Hartmann in the 1960’s. The network appears as a structure of radiations rising vertically from the ground like invisible radioactive walls.
Three-dimensional grid systems, typically oriented North-South and East-West
2 ½ x 2 Meter Grid (8 ½ x 6 ½ ft.) or Hartmann-Grid first described by Ernst Hartmann, M.D., fits exactly 4 x 5 times into the 10 Meter structure.
10 x 10 Meter Grid (30 x 30 ft.) or Benker-Grid named after Anton Benker, a German dowser from Bavaria.
170 x 170 Meter Grid (550 x 550 ft.) carries a specific energy similar to that of underground watercourses.
250 x 250 Meter Grid (800 x 800 ft.) carries the strongest negative energy, sometimes 18 - 24 inches wide.
400 x 400 Meter Grid (1,300 x 1,300 ft.) with secondary lines 100 feet off the sides of the main structure.
3.6 x 3.6 Meter diagonal Grid (12 x 12 ft.) or Curry-Grid, named after Manfred Curry, M.D.
Whereever two rays cross (a “ Hartmann Knot”) a geopathogenic point is found. This is especially so at crossings of double negatives lines which repeat at approximately 35m. intervals. The intensity of these lines increases three to four times at night when there are less free ions (for similar reasons radio waves are received better at night). Twenty-four hours before the arrival of an atmospheric low pressure zone, a 100% increase of gamma rays is found on the knots.
Geologic anomalies or earth fractures.
Rock Fractures - cracks in the rock inner Earth are openings that allow natural terrestrial radiation to reach the surface.
Rock Faults - volcanoes and tectonic movements of glacial rock may be responsible for faults that emit earth radiation, which, under certain circumstances, can cause disease.
Earth Radiation - terrestrial radiation exists everywhere on Earth. Scientists maintain that this radiation is a consequence of radioactive elements left over from the Earth’s formation. The Earth also emits alpha and beta radiation.
Various doctors in Europe who between them have investigated over 10,000 cancer patients found 92% were living in a GEOPATHIC stress environment.
Dr. E. Harman MD. In 30 years of practice in Germany (1940s to 1960s),never came across a seriously ill person (with the exception of disease caused by virus, bacteria, or infected injuries) who had not slept or stayed for long periods in a GEOPATHICLY stressed environment. He as the first to describe geomagnetic grids and their influence on geostress.
Baron Gustav von Pohl. Germany (1920s). Was able to determine that 95% of all cancer cases had connections to geostress.
Ernst Hartmann. Germany (1940s-60s). Hartmann was first to describe geomagnetic grids and their influence on geostress.
Manfield Curry. Germany (1950s-70s). Curry continued Hartmann’s work describing other grids and their influences.
Otto Bergmann. Austria (1987-89). In a two year trial which included over 462,000 measurements and 6,942 tests, Bergmann found Geopathic Stress effects on blood sedimentation, blood pressure, blood circulation, heat beat, breathing, skin resistance, and electrical conductivity of muscle points.
Kathe Bacheler. Austria (1989). In a survey that included 3,000 apartments and over 11,000 people, Bacheler discovered 100% correlations between geostress and 500 cases of cancer she studied.She also found 95% correlation with problem children (ADD/ADHD and other behavioural issues).
Pallegard. Denmark (1990). In a much publicized study, Pallegard correlated geostress in 14 out of 18 crib deaths.
Roger Rose. England (1990s). In a sample of 50 patients with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (“chronic fatigue syndrome”), Rose found 100 % correlation to geostress.
Christopher McNaney. England (1990s). In a sample of 175 nomadic gypsy families, he found only 1% cancer and 0% heart disease.
Robert Endrost & Klotz Biberach. Germany (1990s). In a study performed by architectural students surveying homes, Endrost & Biberach found 383 cases of geostress in a sample of 400 cancer patients.
Dowsing is a simple skill. It isn't easy, but it is simple.
The modern impact of dowsing is unmistakable. Dowsing societies exist throughout the world — in Britain (e.g., The British Society of Dowsers), Kenya, Sweden, New Zealand, Austria, Argentina, Vietnam, Germany, India, Spain, Israel, Mexico, and other countries. In France, dowsers have a national union, and dowsing societies in many countries — such as the United States and Germany — have memberships of several thousand. Today, dowsing is used by medical personnel, public utilities, geologists, engineers, and even the military.