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A geopathic survey takes place on site. It is true that in terms of dowsing (radiesthesia) things can be identified at a distance on a drawing. However there is nothing as precise and complete as a survey on site! A site, a place is a global environment, somehow a living place that one must feel, smell, capture as a whole. A survey is managed like a scientific police investigation: here dry shrub, there a crack line in a wall, the texture of the ground. Before all a geobiologist (also called geopathic surveyor) is good observer.

Then, it is of great value that the information, data and feedback are communicated clearly and the results are easily actionable. The survey consists in identifying precisely the location and nature of geopathic lines and effects and being placed on a drawing scaled at 1/20th or 1/50th according to the extent of the area to survey. The resulting drawing – a map – then becomes a useful tool to set up a living place, a working place, etc. It makes the thinking process easier of future extension or works. Furthermore, division of space in rooms is often based on a rational view point with a primary objective of being practical. With the drawing, the design of the division and partition appear completely different. As such, some extensions of older houses can look less attractive than some others. If our elders did not build there, it is most probable that they had some guided opinion not to do so. We must keep in mind that in the sixties, at least in France, most small villages did not benefit from running water on tap and dowsers were still very active and numerous.

Being on site allows to concretely tackle nuisances: the quality of the house’s electric grid, identify faulty electric devices, electric fields and electromagnetic fields, hyper frequencies. Being on site also allows integrating the surroundings and environment nearby: mobile phone bases, power lines, wind turbines, electrical transformers, remote radars and form waves (energy waves of shape) of the architecture and buildings nearby.

The drawing is then reported with due explanations, exploring various solutions. It is thus an important time of communication and discussion with the geopathic surveyor.

In which case is it necessary to conduct a geopathic survey?

For wellbeing, merely. Is my bed at the right place? Places where I spend most time, or my family, my children, place where family meets, where we receive friends…If you observe animals you will notice that they smell the ground and often make a turnaround before lying down. The bed is the place where we spend the longest part of our lives. Why delay any longer? It can also be valuable to avoid the pitfalls of the various materials we use for building, insulating, decorating. On the work place the factors can be even more diverse and stronger. Rays, grids, influence of underground water streams is found at all floors.

It is also necessary when looking for a building spot and before designing a new construction. It is therefore relevant to ask one’s self the question of the place where we live to help find causes outside our body. In case of health trouble, particularly in case of sleeping disorders ,chronic fatigue, relapse. Metabolic disorders have been pointed out by Pr Andros in his studies on the influence of underground water stream on endocrine system. (2)

Having in one’s hands the precious information of the survey allows putting the maximum odds on one’s side, to recover better and faster, help a cure more efficiently, or simply to be in good shape.

Another use of geopathic surveys concerns the place where animals are kept particularly in reduced space. Experiments conducted on mice have shown that when they are placed in a cage located on a crossing of underground water streams, they become aggressive, they don’t breed any longer or if they do, they kill their progeny. Horses kept in boxes 23hrs a day, cattle, etc. Living matter is concerned as well like processing of food, winemaking, storages.

When repetitive breakdowns occur on fixed equipment or machinery.

When particular places make you feel very uneasy. Some places carry a load, a negative load. That can come from past events or particular (peculiar) causes. This is also the field of intervention of Geobiology. We are still in the world of vibrations, electromagnetic frequencies and information for which the geobiologist is driven to provide answers.

Geobiologic, it is living in harmony with the world around us and learning how to know it. Geobiologic finally it’s logic.



(2)- Pr Robert Andros and his assistant, Karl-Ernst Lotz, published their work in 1992 on the influence of underground streams of water on the human endocrine system.

- Feychting Studies (Institut for miljamedicin, Karolinka instituet, Suede, IMM rapport 6/92 – 1992). “Magnetic fields and cancer in children residing near Swedish high voltage power lines”. The study concerned 450 000 Swedish children monitored during fifteen years.

- Scientists at Dulwich Health Society, USA, studied over 25,000 people with ill health and concluded that the following groups are Geopathically Stressed (GS):

100% of people who get secondary cancer.

95% of people who get cancer were sleeping &/or working in a GS place before or at the time the cancer was diagnosed.

95% of children who are hyperactive, have learning dissabilities or are difficult to control.

95% of people who get aids.

80% of parents/caregivers who abuse children.

80% of divorces are by one or both partners being GS.

80% of couples who cannot have babies, one or both are GS.

80% of women who have a miscarriage.

80% of babies who died of cot death.

70% of M.E. (Post Viral Fatigue) sufferers.

70% of people who are allergic to food/drink.