Research into Geopathic Stress started in the early 1900′s with scientists, based mainly in Europe and America. By 1929, a Baron Von Pohl from Germany, made a claim that cancer was caused by negative energy currents under the bed of sufferers of the disease. He initiated tests in a Bavarian town and was given permission to survey the town with dowsing rods. His results showed high levels of coincidence between houses with measurable geopathic stress and those who has died from cancer. He repeated his tests in other towns and found similar results.
Research continued and the work of German doctor Ernst Hartmann became a cornerstone of geopathic stress. He discovered that the earth is covered with a grid of invisible power lines, some six to eight feet apart. Sleeping over a convergance of these lines with other geological factors will predispose you to ill health. The energy grid he discovered is known as the Hartmann Grid. Over the next 40 years, Dr.Hartman continued his research and published three of the most respected books on the subject.
Austrian school teacher, Kathe Bachler’s interest in Geopathic Stress was initiated by watching the children in her classrooms and her work has been instrumental in furthering the knowledge of geopathic stress. After examining 3000 properties in 14 countries and interviewing 11000 people she concluded that sleeping in beds or sitting at desks in geopathically stressed areas was responsible for 95% of behavioural problems in children. She also had a great interest in cancer cases and her findings concluded that 95% of cancer patients were sleeping or sitting in geopathically stressed areas.
So what does that all mean for the average person today?
We are more likely to encounter areas of geopathic stress than in olden days as land is at a premium, houses are built closer together, the permanent construction of houses means they are occupied for much longer than say a mud hut, the building materials used are more electrically conductive than natural ones and when you add to this to other environmental factors that contribute to ill health, it is hardly surprising that we suffer more chronic conditions than ever.
Here are just some of the medical conditions which are usually found in areas of geopathic stress: hypertension, cancer, migraines, mental illness,infertility,SIDS (cot death), eczema, asthma,myalgic encephalomyeltis (ME), ADD, ADHD, endocrine disfunctions and heart disease.
More information on just two of the above conditions:
Infertility: Women are usually more at risk from geopathic stress as their hormone systems are more sensitive. Infertility rates are rising and many charities concerned with conception issues are now recommending that couples who have been trying for a baby should check their homes for both geopathic and electromagnetic stress.
Cancer: One of the most notorious effects of geopathic stress, cancer has been proven to be present in almost exactly the spot where two or more geopathways (lines of geopathic stress) converge. Cancer cells are continuously produced in mammals and it is the job of a healthy immune system to destroy these. Unfortunately, the immune system is compromised in subjects exposed to geopathic stress.
Even though Geopathic Stress is present in these diseases, we are not happy to stop the testing there. There are so many other modern day factors which contribute to ill health and they mainly be divided into one of three types:
- Physical – the taking of non-prescription and some prescription drugs, smoking, alcohol, lack of exercise, food additives and colourings, exposure to man-made toxins such as asbestos, petrol fumes and other carcinogens.
- Emotional- Longer working days, higher divorce rates, crime, families away from the idea of a nuclear family, bullying, crowded streets, money concerns and depression. It is inevitable that at some point theemotional stress will result in a physical manifestation of illness.
- Environmental – high voltage electrical appliances, electromagnetic frequencies, polluted atmosphere, rising greenhouse gases, intensive farming leading to poorer quality food, mobile phone and wifi pollution.
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