Three-D drawing of geo-zone:
Shown in the drawing above on the left
is a section indicating the existence of subtle energies that are
present in our environment. To see or otherwise perceive
these energies goes far behind the ability of an average person.
Trees re: lightning strikes:
mostly strikes disturbed areas and crossings where negative ray-lines
(plants that thrive or tolerate the places that are bad for human
beings) in the nature include oaks, fir, spruce, larch and
willow. These trees grow over water zones and are therefore
proned to attract lightning. The positive charged clouds are
attracted to the negative charged ray-lines.
Trees/Hedges re: disease/death:
Most other trees and shrubs that grow
on negative ray-lines will grow twisted or leaning away from their
original location, become stunted, sick or die because of cancerous
Ants re: ray-lines:
“ray-seekers” (animals that thrive in places that
are bad for human beings) and always build their
nests on the intersection of two or more negative ray-lines.
According to research the ground is 2-3 degrees warmer on a crossing of
Cats re: ray-lines:
“ray-seekers” – they prefer and thrive in
spots that are unfavourable for human
beings. They have the ability to bind the rays on their
skin. Cats will lie on a place with very strong negative
radiations that are harmful for humans and discharge them again in the
open air. The cats unable to run around outside cannot
decontaminate themselves and may become sick.
A dowser is a person that is aware of
and highly sensitive to a wide variety of radiating
frequencies. It is his/her task to detect and analyze the
variety of radiations and recommend the optimal solutions in order to
provide the safest environment for the well being of the occupants of
Sick person in the bed:
A vulnerable individual exposed to the
negative influence of geopathic radiations for a prolonged period of
time. Genetically inherited weaknesses manifest
themselves in the form of disease which seriousness is determined by
the degree of radiating intensity and length of exposure to the
geopathic stress zones.
area on the road:
A statistically puzzling reality is
that road accidents happen more often at specific locations on the roads or
highways that don’t look particularly dangerous.
Detailed assessments have confirmed a high congestion of underground
water streams in these road sections.