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At the beginning Water

Civilization starts with the history of water. A long story. Just a few reminders: 70% of the human body is made of water, up to 94% for an embryo. Water is one of the four elements. From a symbolic perspective, water has two opposite meanings: on one side, renewal and purification; on the other side, destruction, and Deluge. Etruscans established rules for building towns and cities giving consideration to water in its positive and negative aspects. Romans (dowsers!) developed this knowledge further to discover thermal springs and established particular places for health purposes. In Eastern countries Feng Shui, literally Wind and Water, is also a form a Geobiology applied to gepaothic stresses. But this ancient Taoist knowledge is far from the present fashionable interior decoration.

Water carries positive capacities as source of life and negative ones due to influences that it receives carries and delivers. Water must be understood as a media which captures information, carries it and transmits it.


The Earth crust subsoil contains a great number of underground water streams. Water dwells in discontinuities of the underground or “fractures”. Inertia, due the rotation of earth – which turns around at the speed of 40 000 km per day – gives water a movement. Running water due to friction against soil or rock emits electrons. Those electrons come up to the surface vertical of the banks. Those electrons produce an electric current which measures up to 100 millivolts sometimes more. At last this electric current influences everything which is exposed thereto. Underground water streams “short cut” the profitable fostering energy from the ground. This equally applies to swamp sites.


Discontinuities or fractures

The soil of the crust is made of multiple layers of rocks, sediments, alluviums, lava and minerals of all kind. They are neither homogenous nor regular. Earth’s crust has been – and still is – permanently shacked along ages by violent movements: earthquakes, volcanoes, continental drift creating for instance mountainous chains. The subsoil therefore contains multiple fractures, collapses, uprisings, etc. hence these notions of discontinuities or fractures. They are a health hazard. Gamma rays (ionizing beams) generated from the outer core and mantle will use them to find their ways out. Not all fractures necessarily contain an underground water stream.


Radon 222

It is a natural element issued from heavier elements like uranium that can be found in nature. It is emitted by rocks which still contain traces of radioactive elements, such as Granite. It is freed under a gas, heavier than air and tends to accumulate in cavities. It is also soluble in water.


Geobiology takes care to thoroughly detect all natural and human sources of pollution.


Geopathic grids

In order to understand the invisible forces around us, one should understand where they come from and how they are formed. Let’s go back the Earth crust, the soil upon which we live. The average thickness of this crust is about 40 km (25 miles) for an overall diameter of the Earth of about 13 000 km (8100 miles) say less than three per thousand. Going from surface to center, temperature rises to values above 5 000 degrees Celsius (9 000 Fahrenheit).


Inner Earth is made of several layers that are different in terms of solid, liquid or plastic state, as well as their different temperatures and densities. For instance the center or core is solid due to compression. It is composed of mainly iron and nickel which temperature is above 5 000 degrees. Surrounding it, the outer core is liquid and its temperature decreases from 5 000 to 3 500 degrees. This layer is animated by powerful convection movements passing through the mantle layer above (last layer before the crust). Nuclear fusion of materials maintains such high temperatures. Such reaction emits ionizing rays similar to gamma ray frequency running up to the surface of the crust.


On the other hand, all heated metals emit radiations. Now, all metals are contained in Earth’s mass. The most abundant being iron and nickel. As a consequence, these metals emit radiations that come up to the surface of the earth under the shape of energy lines or grids with certain dimensions and particularities. In France, pioneers in searching thereof, are Abbé Bouly inventor of “radiesthesia” – dowsing – Abbé Mermet inventor of the “pendulum”, then Dr Peyré who communicated his research work to the Académie des Sciences in 1940. Second World War brought all work to a halt. It is not before the early fifties that the first grids are really revealed. Dr Ernst Hartmann, from the University of Heidelberg, Germany, depicts in 1950 the first energy grid north-south and gives it his name. In 1961 he creates a research group in Geobiology. He is thus considered the father of Geobiology and modern geopathy. At the same time, a German meteorologist, Dr Curry, discovered another grid which is named after him. The Curry lines are oriented forty five degrees to the north. As a result of what we have seen above, the Hartmann grid is associated to nickel metal and the Curry grid to iron.


Thus the Earth is a rotating metallic object. It permanently produces (emit) electrons feeding ways to electric currents generating an important magnetic field, variable in intensity, in place and in time. Earth can be compared to a dynamo. Magnetic poles differ from geographical poles. Some specialists consider that these electric currents also generate a specific grid at the surface of the Earth named Great Diagonal Grid and so named because it is oriented forty five degrees from north and its lines are around thirty six meters apart.


Let’s come back to the magnetic field. This field is so large that it stretches into two successive zones up to 10 000 km from Earth for the first one and up to 65 000 km for the second. These fields form like a double shield of particles (plasma) maintained by the magnetic field itself. They are named Van Allen belts, after the American astrophysicist who initiated the research program of Explorer 1 satellite, which confirmed the existence of these magnetic fields in 1958. The Van Allen belts therefore protect Earth from radiations and high energy particles coming from Sun and outer space, however enabling more beneficial rays to pass through such as light and heat. Life on Earth would not be possible without such protection.


These solar radiations, partly filtered, also generate a grid that specialists call the Solar Grid, better known under the name of Sacred Grid. It is thus called because the Templar churches of Roman and Gothic arts were erected in such ways that the altar was placed at the crossing of two lines of this grid, amongst other reasons.


The influence of underground water streams, of fractures and the different geopathic grids lead us to now consider the notion of aggressiveness. On which can be added the phenomenon of form waves also know as energy waves of shape, of which some can be particularly aggressive in modern architecture. So let’s now take a look at how it can affect our lives, our wellbeing, our health.



In order to understand the notion of aggressiveness, we must beforehand clarify three ideas.

Firstly, aggressiveness is defined by two factors: intensity and duration. For how long can one undergo a shrill noise, be exposed to radiations? This aims the main subject of related studies. “Chinese torture” on the other hand applies to low intensities during extended time leading to death.

Secondly, as it relates to Geobiology per say, the effects of several simultaneous disturbances do not add up, they multiply. For instance, if we consider a scale of aggressiveness from 1 to 5, thus a underground water stream ranking 4, a fracture ranking 5 and a crossing of Curry lines 3, the total aggressiveness will not be 4+5+3=12 but 4x5x3=60!

Thirdly, the best strategy is avoiding the geopathic stress zone. It goes without saying, doesn’t it?...considering that some rays have travelled thousands kilometers far below our very feet ; except that we find all sorts of lucky charms for the sole benefit of their vendors!


Can we therefore deny any further the notions of aggressiveness and risks? Studies and literature make no doubt any further. Every day, news studies are published to ascertain observations carried out for long time. (1)(2).


It is therefore sound and judicious to locate one’s bed, living or place of sharing, away from underground water streams, fractures and even less on crossing of such water streams, faults, cosmotellurian chimneys, and/or to remain for a long time exposed to electric fields, electromagnetic fields above a certain level. It is also true for hyper frequencies, etc. This can be extended to animals, cattle, sheep or horses maintained in boxes 23h per day…and all living material such as food, places of processing and so on.


In order to assess, identify and locate precisely Cosmo-Telluric causes and artificial pollution, the next step consists in carrying out a geopathic survey by a specialist.


(1)    In the mid fifties, Dr Picard, in France, studied thoroughly the relations between dwelling and repetitive diseases of their inhabitants. He discovered that the inhabitants of a residential area of the town of Moulins, built on ancient swamps, had a rate of cancer twice as much to the national average. His studies triggered the beginning of geopathic surveys in France.


- “Once I went to a man’s home and warned him NOT to sleep in a certain spot.  He thought I was a fool.  Twelve years later, he died of cancer.” Ernst Hartmann, M.D.