Geobiology: The Earth's Influences on Living Beings
Published at 21 Apr 2016

Ancient populations, from the Chinese to Egyptian, Celts, and Roman, regarded the Earth as a living organism; therefore, they believed in the importance of the place where they were going to build houses, towns, or temples. The Chinese set up a science to study the interactions among humans and the Earth and to analyze the places where they were going to live.

 

At the beginning of the 20th Century, modern science has reconsidered this ancient knowledge on new scientific foundings basis giving birth to Geobiology.
Among its founders, we recall Dr. Ernst Hartmann, a researcher of Heildelberg University, who contributed to this new science birth with thousands of clinical observations and trials.
Thanks to his analysis, he discovered that a high percentage of disorders could be traced back to the place one's house or office were in.  

The Hartmann Grid

Dr. Hartmann discovered an invisible energetic net (that has been named after him eventually, i.e. Hartmann Grid, Hartmann Lines, or H-net) surrounding the Earth and oriented at the Earth's magnetic fields.
From North to South there's a 21 centimeters wide line every 2 meters, whereas from East to West the lines are every 2,5 meters. The Hartmann-grid consists in lines of energy rising from the ground up to biosphere; therefore, they go far beyond any skyscraper last floor.











The lines aren't always straight: sometimes The lines can be distorted by the presence of underground streams, fault, metals, gas or polluting substances leakage.


Inbetween each mesh, there's a neutral area, where no perturbation occurs; wheras, their crossing points, the so-called Hartmann Knots (aka H-knots or Cancer Point), are believed to be disturbing or negative places for our organism.
 

However, Hartmann Knots aren't all harmful. A high harmfulness occurs when an Hartmann Knot, an undergroung stream and a fault match at the very same point. A further worsening can be registered when a Curry Knot is also matching.


The Curry Grid

Discovered by Doctor Manfred Curry, the Curry grid develops diagonally to Hartmann Grid with a 45° angle from North axis, and therefore a 45° angle from Hartmann Grid. The bands are about 50 centimeters wide, although their width varies during day and night. The distance between each side varies too  from 3,5 meters to 4 meters.
Curry Grid


Geopathic Stress

Geopathic stress on our body is caused by Earth's magnetic fields, which are often changed and amplified by certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and cavities, and man-made electromagnetic fields.

Some researchers have examined people who were used to stand for a long deal of time onto a Hartmann Knot discovering impairments of their heart frequency, their skin electric resistance,  blood Ph, etc.; all these impairments have been called “geopathies”.

Geopathic stress isn't the direct cause of an illness, however over a long period of time it might weaken our immune system, thus we become more prone to develop certain disorders.

The most common symptoms of geopathic stress include mood disorders (depression, nervousness, etc.), disturbed sleep pattern or insominia, headache, poor ability to assimilate nutrients.

Therefore, it's not advisable to stand for a long time nor sleep onto these geopathogenic knots. Researchers have recorded a positive reaction in the 70% of the subjects analyzed when they'd  change their bed position.

How to detect Hartmann Knots

Scientists haven't been able to develop an electronic device to detect Hartmann knots with accuracy, thus far.

Up until now, the best device known is the man. After a training to Dowsing, you could easily detect Hartmann Knots and analyze their possible harmfulness. To do so, you'll need an Hartmann Antenna and a Biotester-Pro - better off if it's provided of a two antennas: one for general measures and analysis, the other for detecting negativity.