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Geopathic stress is the name given to any form of energy which can affect the health of people and animals in adverse ways, causing physical stress, ill health and even cancer.
This energy can come from electro-magnetic sources such as pylons, television towers, cell phone towers, as well as consist of natural radiation such as flowing water both underground and bodies of water such as lakes, stress faults and mineral concentrations in the ground, ley lines, and grids.
Geopathic stress is the name given to any form of negative energy in the world. This can cover electromagnetic energy from pylons, television towers, and so on; energy lines from water, both underground and bodies of water such as lakes; some ley lines and grids, etc. This negative energy can have a detrimental effect on health and is particularly linked to chronic illhealth and especially to cancers of various kinds.
Geopathic Stress is natural radiation that rises up through the earth and is distorted by weak electro-magnetic fields created by subterranean running water, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and underground cavities. The wavelengths of the natural radiation disturbed in this way can become harmful to living organisms, particularly if they are forced to live near or on top of it for long periods of time, which is the case if a house, kennel or stable, office or factory is built right on top of the area of geopathic stress.
I first came across mention of geopathic stress in an article in the Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, in which the author suggested that, when there were many members of a family (animal and human) that had chronic or frequent health problems that did not respond very well to treatment, it would be worth while looking at geopathic stress as a cause. We had major health problems with our hounds and our sheep, so called in a dowser to check out the farm and buildings. He found that our sheep house was built over three lines of geopathic stress, so that the whole building was affected.
The area we kept the rams in had several lines running through it, and all but one of our fields was affected by several stress lines. We housed our sheep overwinter and had had major problems each year with just about every health problem known to sheep, and animals dying suddenly. One of the rooms in the kennel block had a line running right through the bed, and every hound that had lived in that room had died of cancer of some kind. The house itself was clear of lines but the whelping room had two further stress lines running through it.
The dowser felt there was nothing to be done about the lines except to move animals away, but I looked more into the matter and discovered that there were ways of neutralising the energy, which is what we did.
We had immediate improvement in the sheep's health, with no more sudden deaths.
I started dowsing and finding lines of geopathic stress for myself.
In the olden days, before a house was built, a flock of sheep would be driven on to the planned site. If they settled down happily, then the house would be built but if they would not settle but kept trying to get away, then another site would be found.
Animals are very sensitive to areas affected by geopathic stress and will mostly try to get away from it, although cats seem inclined to seek out lines of geopathic stress as though they enjoyed the difference in energy. Ant hills too are often to be found on ley lines outdoors. One person's dog would only sleep curled into a ball in an area just in front of the television in the sitting room and that turned out to be the only part of the house, except for the porch, that was not affected by a grid of geopathic stress.
A friend in America wrote to say that her young dog had developed bone cancer, of which all her previous dogs had ALSO died. This seemed to me almost certainly a case of geopathic stress, so I did some dowsing and then rang and told her that her kennels and all but one room of her house were affected by geopathic stress. She called in a dowser who confirmed my findings; the kennels were both built over crossed lines, which gives rise to the strongest effects, and the house was affected by a grid with only one room clear apart from the area close to one wall.
I dowsed in one house where there were three Great Danes. They had a line of bedding along the wall of the staircase and their person told me that the three would battle over which part they were to sleep on and the one lowest in the pack hierarchy always ended up sleeping at one end, which was where I found a line of geopathic stress. He had had chronic health problems all his life and had now (aged five) developed cancer.
A lady in England found out to her horror that after her mother had died of cancer in her new retirement bungalow within 2 months of moving in, that all the previous 6 owners of that bungalow had ALL died of cancer too - the longest it had taken was 8 months before the (elderly) owners were overcome by the geopathic stress running under the building.
There are a number of devices that can be used to deal with the effects of geopathic stress.
Some are electro-magnetic in nature and are plugged in to the electric circuit (although they don't actually run on electricity). Such devices will deal with the whole building but not the outdoors.
There are small devices that can be carried around in order to protect the person from geopathic stress found when away from home, such as in shops or hotels. It is often the case that a person who has been exposed to geopathic stress for a long period or at a high rate becomes very sensitive to it for a time wherever they find it, once their own home has been protected, and some people even get withdrawal symptoms from no longer being around the energy.
In some homes there may be just a single line of geopathic stress that was running through a person's bed or favourite chair and it is usually considered enough to move the bed or chair away from the line. Where there are several lines, particularly if lines cross, it is probably best to get the advice of professionals in geopathic stress.
Mirrors, crystals, minerals, metal can all be used to change and re-direct geopathic stress lines. There are also man-made objects which can be bought and which can be very helpful against geopathic stress.
Sometimes, rather than fighting the energy of geopathic stress, it is simpler to move things around. There are many occasions where putting a dog's bed, or a person's bed, in a different place, and putting something that didn't matter too much in the area of the worst geopathic stress will solve the problem satisfactorily and without any money having to be spent.
So how would you know if you are affected by geopathic stress?
These are all pointers to the possibility of geopathic stress being present.
In the U.K. if you think your home might be affected by geopathic stress then the easiest way to find out is to telephone the Dulwich Health Society on 020 8670 5883.
Make the call from your home and the people at DHS will be able to tell you whether your home is affected or not and how badly it is affected.
Rolf Gordon, who set up the DHS, has written a book called "Are You Sleeping in a Safe Place", which is all about geopathic stress and what you can do about it.