Geopathic stress is stress in the Earth’s vibrations. It comprises negative energies which emanate from the earth and cause discomfort and ill health to those living above. It is one of the most common factors in physical and mental illness. Although rarely acknowledged by the medical community it has been known about and accepted scientifically for nearly a century.
The Earth’s vibrations are distorted by weak electromagnetic fields created by subterranean running water, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and underground cavities. The distorted vibrations are potentially harmful to living creatures.
Any interruption to the strength and harmonious flow of the Earth’s natural energies causes geopathic stress and has subtle but profound effects upon our health and the health of animal and plant life.
Geopathic stress doesn’t cause illness directly, but damages the immune system and prevents the body from properly absorbing vitamins, minerals and trace elements from food.
The most common symptoms of exposure to geopathic stress are sleep disturbances. According to a 1992 study, Dr Kessler and Dr Kopschina identified chronic diseases directly associated with geopathic stress in the bedroom. This can be especially debilitating, especially if one’s sleeping position is directly over the stress line.
The main indicators that geopathic stress may be affecting you are:
- Depression and anxiety
- Waking unrefreshed
- Reduced productivity in the workplace
Also, if you cannot shake off an illness or just feel generally below par, you may be affected by it.
Among the health conditions that have been linked to geopathic stress are a wide variety of long-term physical and mental illnesses, including:
- Asthma and respiratory difficulties (especially at night)
- Bipolar disorder
- Chronic fatigue
- Cot death in infants
- Excessive dreaming
- High blood pressure
- Hostility and aggression
- Hyperactivity in children
- Impaired immune system
- Poor concentration
- Pre-menstrual tension
- Restlessness (day and night-time)
- Unexplained mood changes
All symptoms are more likely in energy-sensitive people. Women are more likely to be at risk than men because their hormonal systems are more susceptible.
Sometimes geopathic stress can affect a whole building causing illness and discontent among those who live or work there. The World Health Organisation reckons that 30% of commercial premises have ‘Sick Building Syndrome’ caused by Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMF) or geopathic stress.
Numerous causes have been identified. The main ones are subterranean water courses and geological faults.
Subterranean water courses
Subterranean water courses and streams are known to have an effect on the geomagnetic fields around them. Geopathic stress often occurs directly over such streams.
Geological faults and underground caverns
Rock fractures and faults in the Earth’s crust, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions and lava flows can also generate radiation. Every time the Earth’s continental tectonic plates move, faults, fractures and fissures ensue which may not be obvious at the surface. People who live on a fault line appear to have a greater tendency to show depressive and/or aggressive behaviour.
When the Earth was born, radioactive elements were trapped in its interior that still emit radiation due to their long half-lives. In 1989, Dr Otto Bergmann of the University of Vienna showed that Earth radiation can affect our pulse rate, heart frequency and electrical skin resistance.
Certain mineral deposits exhibit geomagnetic disturbances similar to geological faults. These faults can cause a build-up of pressure which affects the electrical field of mineral deposits, especially quartz bearing rocks and ironstone, coal, oil, natural gas and iron.
Some faults form an outlet for radon gas. Radon gas rises to the surface and emits harmful radiation, which builds up to dangerous levels in poorly ventilated buildings. In the UK, house sellers are required to disclose whether there has ever been a problem with radon gas at the property.
Still unproven, but a potential source of geopathic stress.
Scarring on the landscape
Man-made disruptions to the Earth’s surface distort energy flows. These include road and rail cuttings, tunnels, embankments, sewers, quarries and mines, building foundations (especially tall buildings with steel pilings), and buried pipes and cables. Disturbances are also caused by electromagnetic fields from overhead cables and electricity-generating stations and sub-stations.
Detecting geopathic stress
Humans lost their natural ability to detect stress-free places long ago, but animals still have it. Some seek radiation, including cats, rabbits, snakes and mosquitos; others – including foxes, ducks, cattle, horses and deer – avoid it. Plants such as ivy also seek out stress points.
Geopathic stress is somewhat controversial because there are no reliable scientific instruments sensitive and selective enough to measure it. Most people, however, can learn to dowse for geopathic stress. A skilled dowser can locate ‘hotspots’, and they can also be located using magnets.
Some advertise that they can remedy geopathic stress at a distance, dowsing a floor plan of a home or workplace remotely to locate detrimental areas and then claiming to conduct a ‘healing’.
There are now many recognised methods of detecting geopathic energy imbalances in people, like the VEGA Test, Blood Crystalline Analysis, electro-acupuncture, kinesiology and so on. They can also confirm if the effects of geopathic stress have been cleared after treatment.
Many supposed remedies are sold, including special rings and necklaces, mirrors, coils of wire, and electronic devices of various sorts. The wires and mirrors are intended for placing in strategic places as dowsed by divining rods. Some people swear by these methods; others regard them as unproven at best, or sorcery at worst.
The best non-technical approach, however, is to ensure that you avoid stress hotspots. For instance, if your bed or desk is on a hotspot, move it!
Any internet search engine will find many electronic devices claiming to protect physical spaces against geopathic stress. They range from £30 to £700 and can be placed in a living area or under a bed for protection against the earth’s natural ground radiation. Some are stand-alone, others plug into an electric socket.
The past half century has also seen the development of various devices which use well-proven technologies of low frequency, low intensity magnetic pulses to balance the body by influencing the body’s tissues. Some consist of mats containing wires which carry the magnetic pulses. The person lies on the mat for 8-10 minutes two or three times a day, depending on how serious is the stress.
The latest and most advanced personal device is the AcuPearl. AcuPearl comes in various configurations, most of which can help with geopathic stress. It supports the body’s natural functions and rhythms by delivering harmonious frequencies to balance inharmonious ones. Its efficacy has been demonstrated on a range of states, including headaches, fatigue, hyperactivity and insomnia.
AcuPearl delivers therapeutic effects using (1) Low frequency pulsed output of the magnetic and light spectra; (2) Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy which uses low frequency, short duration, low intensity magnetic pulses to stimulate body tissues; (3) A propriety method called Adaptive Resonance, developed specifically for AcuPearl, which produces resonant patterns continually adapted as the device is used. The therapeutic effect of AcuPearl can be enhanced by applying it to acupuncture points.
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©David Lawrence Preston, 18.5.2017
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