|What is geopathic stress?
The earth, as do humans and all living creatures, has an energy field. This energy, partly geomagnetic in
composition, radiates from the earth in a system of grid lines relating to the magnetic north and south poles. When
in balance the energy is necessary, and restorative, to optimal health. When the natural field is distorted or disrupted
– as it can be by natural geological faults, underground flowing water, mineral deposits and man-made excavations
– the field becomes harmful to our health. This is geopathic stress.
|How is it harmful?
Geopathic stress is not a sickness with its own unique pathology.
Geopathic stress suppresses the immune function, shutting down
the body’s natural defence system, thereby facilitating illness. Any
natural weaknesses or genetic disorders are amplified.
The illnesses are often not minor: 70 years of research has shown
beyond dispute the correlation between geopathic stress and cancer.
In 1932, German scientist Gustav Freiherr von Pohl, proved to the
satisfaction of the Central Committee for Cancer Research in Berlin
that one was unlikely to get cancer unless one had spent some time
in geopathically stressed places – mainly when sleeping. They
published his findings and today, in some EU countries, planning
permission for certain buildings is withheld unless the site has been
surveyed for geopathic stress.
Geopathic stress has been found to be the common factor in countless serious and minor illnesses, notably those conditions where the immune system is severely compromised:
Studies have shown that geopathic stress
|Why is it coming to our attention now?
Previous generations possessed a deep understanding of how to live in conjunction with the natural landscape
– and were aware that some areas were unfit for human habitation. Today we build on land according to economic
criteria and the pressures of population growth. Our buildings are taller; the foundations are deeper; our
underground transport and utility systems are more complex; and we extract more water from the ground than
ever before. Conurbations rather than towns mean we no longer have the space to follow the natural order.
The increased prevalence of geopathic stress is caused by our lifestyle.
How can we promote good health?
It is possible to optimise good health by not just simply avoiding the harmful geopathic frequencies: by spending
time in the beneficial natural radiation we can strengthen our own energy field and thereby the immune function.
The crucial part that the earth’s energy can play in our well-being has been recognised by NASA. During early
space missions astronauts suffered from distress symptoms caused by the deprivation of the earth’s natural
wavelength. In 1952 Professor W O Schumann of Germany identified these waves and, today, Schumann Wave
Simulators are installed in manned spacecraft.