If you’re the type of person who finds it hard to sleep comfortably, or you’re prone to getting ill, you could be suffering from the results of geopathic stress. Caused by natural radiation from the Earth itself, geopathic stress can have a very real impact on our minds and our bodies. It’s not something you notice every day as you walk around. Distorted as it travels through electro-magnetic fields caused by underground running water, certain concentrations of minerals, underground cavities and fault lines, the radiation that causes geopathic stress is relatively weak. Yet, if it’s having an impact on your body, you’ll begin to feel the symptoms.
Geopathic stress might not be something you notice straight away. When the wavelengths of the natural radiation are distorted, they become harmful but no more detectable. They can have a negative impact on the immune system, and they can cause illness or a general feeling of being ‘out of sorts’. Our lives nowadays don’t tend to help, either – household appliances, electrical cables and telecommunications devices all add to the distortion and the damage, creating their own electo-magnetic fields.
If you’re concerned that you’re suffering from the effects of geopathic stress, you’ll find that there are a few easy ways to detect it to help confirm or allay your concerns. Unlike investigators, you can’t dowse an area with an L-rod whenever you’re feeling concerned, but you can watch the behaviours of other creatures that respond to the radiation as we do, or differently.
If you own a pet cat, they’re one of the best indicators of geopathic stress. Lines of stress occur every two metres from north to south over the globe, and every two and a half metres east to west. The worst place you could sleep or work would be where two of these lines (known as Hartmann lines after their discoverer) cross over. Your cat, however, will love these lines. Geopathic stress can help them to sleep, and they’ll naturally seek out spots where the radiation is at its strongest. If your cat seems to be a particular fan of a certain chair, or your bed, you might want to consider the possibility of a geopathic stress line.
Other creatures that love geopathic stress include snakes, spiders, snails and slugs, a majority of insects, bacteria and fungi, and parasites. Wasps, bees and ants will all build nests on the lines, and they use that same radiation to navigate and to travel. Alternately, most mammals, aside from cats, tend not to like these lines. Horses and cows kept over the lines will begin to get sick, and if you have a baby you’ll notice them rolling away from the lines if their cot is placed over them. One of the most certain ways to identify the location of a line would be to see whether or not your child avoids the same spot each night. If your baby seems upset or distressed, try moving their cot in the direction they naturally migrate to.
Geopathic stress sites can be considered a very serious risk to human health. Damaging immune systems, they’re places you really want to avoid spending your time. It’s wise to identify lines close to where you sleep or work, and to keep yourself away from them as much as possible. Harmful radiation can have a particularly negative impact on people who already have a weakened immune system, so it’s also essential to position beds correctly in hospitals and surgeries to help protect patients.
So, what should you be looking for if you’re concerned about geopathic stress? Firstly, you’ll want to be keeping track of your sleeping habits. When you sleep in a geopathic zone, the radiation can stop your brain shutting down as necessary. You won’t feel rested if you sleep on a geopathic line, and you’re likely to struggle to get to sleep or to wake up early as well. The zones also cause a number of other illnesses and conditions, including an increased risk of cancer in the long term.
If you’re suffering from Sick Building Syndrome, your body will be weakened. Over 85% of patients who die from cancer are found to have regular exposure to a geopathic zone, or multiple zones in their day to day lives. You might also have trouble concentrating, have regular headaches or dizziness, feel inexplicably irritable or suffer from unexplained body pains. More serious impacts include problems with the heart, infertility, miscarriages and stillbirths, and behavioral problems in children. Fortunately, things aren’t all negative. If you move away from a geopathic zone by rearranging a room or asking for a different seat in your office, your body can begin to recover.
If you’re finding it hard to sleep, or if you’re always feeling exhausted with no obvious explanation, take care of your body. Consider the possibility of the impact of geopathic stress, and talk to someone who can help.
You can call for a consultation, on 702-521-9125, if you’re feeling any of the above symptoms. You’ll find more information at www.geopathicstress.biz, and you can get help with detection and surveying to find out about the location of lines where you live or work.
For even more information, or to ask questions about geopathic stress, you can add ‘GeoPathic Stress INC’ on Facebook, visit the Geopathic Stress blog at www.geopathicstresstest.wordpress.com, or follow us on Twitter under the username ‘@GeopathicStressTest’.
You own no possession more important than your body. If moving a chair or a bed can lead to a healthier lifestyle, a stronger immune system, and a lower risk of severe illness, there should be only one initial question: “Why haven’t I looked for information on geopathic stress already?” Once you’ve asked yourself that, we’re around for all those other questions about Sick Building Syndrome.