Geopathic stress is a natural phonemenon which affects certain places and can be damaging to our health. It relates to irregularities in the earth's magnetic field, which can be aggravated by a variety of features. So come on in, put your feet up awhile, and learn about this interesting topic....what it is, what it does, what the signs and symptoms are, and how you can deal with it if you are being affected.

I have tried to make this an easy site to navigate but am limited by my technical skills. To get around that, to the right you will find an index page link for the tutorials, tools/techniques and videos. More will be added as the blog develops.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Geopathic Stress Tutorial 8


  • Are a global grid network of electrically charged lines of natural origin

  • Lines run diagonally to the poles (true or magnetic?)

  • Run northeast to southeast and northwest to southwest

  • Were first discovered by Dr. Manfred Curry and Dr. Wittmann in the 1970’s

  • Approximately 3 meters apart and 15 cm wide but can vary

  • Lines themselves are not seen as a problem, only where they intersect

  • Lines are electrically chargedIntersecting points are either double ++, double -- or + -

  • Double Negative crossings associated with sleep disturbance, depression, nervous reactions, inflammations and rheumatic disease

  • Double Positive crossings encourage enhanced cell enlargement, could lead to a proliferation of cells, possible cancerous growth

  • Considered more harmful than equivalent Hartmann knots

  • Overlay the Hartmann Grid

  • Known as Cancer Lines in Europe

Note: It has been suggested that both the Curry grids and Hartmann Net are earthing grids for cosmic rays that constantly bombard the Earth, and that they can be distorted by other things, such as geological fault lines and underground mining. It is also possible to have spots where the Curry and Hartmann lines cross, causing further potential problems. These spots are generally seen to be more detrimental than a single crossing within the Curry or Hartmann system.

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1 comment:

sunny said...

Can a person put in an address and see if it is located where a Curry line and Hartmann line(grid) intersect ?