The sites where harmful radiation occurs are called geopathogenic or disrupted zones. They are created on the one hand by energy nets or grids and on the other hand by water streams and landslides, as well as underground water ducts in combination with the grids. The networks, which are called global grids, are formed by the energy field of the earth and emit their radiation from the inner core of the earth towards the atmosphere. The emitted rays that are harmful to the health are detected in the form of energy walls.The rays of the various zones of geopathic stress differ among themselves as to their intensity. In addition, the strength of these rays depends on the time of day, the season and the weather conditions, since the solar radiation weakens them. When the weather is clear, the geopathogenic rays during the day have only one third of their usual strength. However, even this weakened radiation is bad for human health. Since geopathologists do not work during the night, they do not measure the basic strength of the radiation.
There are two factors that amplify considerably the earth's harmful rays.One of them is the use of concrete in the construction of buildings. The metal that forms its reinforcement draws the harmful rays of the earth and thus multiplies their bad effect on humans. There is a distinct difference between a concrete construction and the older method of building which used natural building materials that had a limited insulation effect. During the last decades, more and more sick people visit their doctors complaining of symptoms, the cause of which cannot be found. In such cases, doctors usually speak of hereditary conditions. Only those doctors and therapists that have studied geopathology know that it usually has to do with the surcharge of geopathic stress.The second factor is earthquakes. Geopathologist Gerardis-Emisch discovered a few weeks after the last strong earthquake of September 1999 in Athens that the harmful earth rays had become two and a half times stronger. Even within a radius of about 200 kilometers from the area where the earthquake took place, measurements showed an amplification of the rays by 30-50%. The inhabitants of Athens felt the increase of the geopathogenic charge mainly during the first months after the earthquake, in the form of an increased nervousness and irritability, among other symptoms. The harmful rays of the geopathogenic zones cause pollution inside the body from the radiation which increases continuously, since the rays remain there.This results in the so-called surcharge of geopathic stress that effects the human body down to cell and nucleus level and causes various clinical conditions and symptoms. (See Contents "Illnesses and symptoms due to surcharges of geopathic stress") When the geopathogenic rays are eliminated, it is usually noted that health improves after three to four weeks at most. Sleep disorders, difficulties in morning wakening, and morning migraine vanish immediately, as long as this is not impeded by other factors (pathological conditions of the body or the mind).Zones of geopathic stress are found in almost all apartments and houses. Only when the length as well as the width of an apartment or a house are less than eight meters, it may happen, in rare cases, that there exists no geopathogenic disrupted zone. Staying regularly within zones of geopathic stress is bad for human health. If the particular zone is in a corridor or some other part of the house where no one stays for a long time, then no harm is caused. The extent of the damage to health differs from person to person, depending on the condition of the body and the mind.The zones of geopathic stress may prove dangerous for car drivers as they drive through country roads and on motorways, sometimes even in city avenues, when underneath lie disrupted zones (fields) with exceptionally strong radiation, as for example a double energy wall of the Hartmann and Banker nets, together with a water stream. In such a case, the driver’s organism weakens if he exposes himself by driving for a long time in the harmful earth rays and this makes him tired and unable to concentrate. If one such disrupted zone is intersected by another zone of geopathic stress, e.g. by another water stream, or, even worse, by a "Black stream", the driver may have a brief black-out, a fact that often results in an accident. Such "black-out points" are known in many countries, though few people know what they were caused by.There is an effective way of protecting oneself from the rays of the geopathogenic zones and from every other kind of harmful rays. Geopathology for a healthier life The earth's radiation that is bad for human health is more or less known since many millennia, through observation of nature and by other means. We see an example of this in the trees whose trunks develop in a slanting angle. Usually such trees are found in areas with a strong charge of geopathic stress; by adopting a slant during their development they are trying to avoid the harmful radiation of the earth.In the photo you can see geopathologist Dorothea Gerardis-Emisch investigating a pathogenic zone on Strefis hill in the center of Athens, where several trees have slanting trunks. At this point there exists particularly harmful radiation, which is caused by three universal networks (nets) or grids, an underground stream of water and a "Black stream". It is also observed that most animals avoid zones with harmful earth radiation. In addition, it is noted that certain fowls that live in hen-coops kill each other while competing for a place without a surcharge of radiation.Naturally, most crucial of all are the observations of man regarding himself: The fact that people do not feel well in certain places and avoid them, plus the fact that in particular sites various individuals fall ill over and over again, while in extreme cases repeated deaths are noted. In many different countries and civilizations, great significance has been given to this knowledge which is based on experience. However, various conditions and facts, such as wars, oppression, epidemics, famine, natural disasters, new knowledge and beliefs, pushed this knowledge back into oblivion. Later however, the consequences of the earth’s harmful radiation didn’t go unobserved and as a result research on this field of knowledge recommenced.It should be mentioned, that in order to counter-balance the earth's harmful radiation, there exist, as is well-known, positive earth rays that give strength. But unfortunately the latter do not appear so often in comparison to the radiation of the zones of geopathic stress. Soon after the middle of the 19th century, the earth’s harmful radiation drew the attention of English researcher De Haviland.In the 1920s, German baron von Pohl started to detect the relation between the harmful radiation that comes from the earth and illnesses, particularly cancer. During the same period, the Russian Gurwitsch carried out research on Geopathology. Consecutively, more and more doctors and other scientists in almost all continents were concerned with research on the earth’s radiation. For some years, this section of knowledge is known internationally as Geopathology.In most countries, attention is drawn towards Geopathology, which, however, is still not so well-known as it should be on the strength of its significance in the general condition of human health. Fortunately, since some years, in various countries such as Germany, Russia and France, there is a positive development from the State from the State concerning the importance of Geopathology, for instance by ministries giving official assignments for detecting the zones of geopathic stress.In time, this development will impose itself on a universal level, as the various findings of the investigations lead in this direction.
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