Signs of Geopathic Stress

Signs of Geopathic Stress
The signs of Geopathic Stress are all around. We just need to notice them!There are some obvious signs of Geopathic Stress in an area. Cats, owls, snakes, slugs and snails are attracted to Geopathic Stress, and a cat's favorite sleeping place (in the absence of an obvious source of warmth) is very often a sure clue to the location of a Geopathic Stress Line. Insects, parasites, bacteria and viruses also thrive on Geopathic Stress lines, and ant and wasps nests invariably provide a similar clue.

In the vegetable world clues include lightning-struck trees dead or stunted gaps in hedges and avenues of trees, infertile fruit trees, cankers, and strangely twisted trees (usually in the direction of current flow). Fruit trees are the most sensitive, while oaks, redwoods and ashes are more resilient, and elders seem to be positively attracted. Effects of Geopathic Stress

Sources of Geopathic Stress

Where does Geopahtic Stress come from?

Earths Magnetic Field.
The earth has a natural magnetic field. It acts as though it has a large magnet at its core. This is caused by the molten metals found at the earths core. The rotation of the earth leads to electric currents being created in these metals producing a magnetic field.
We as humans have evolved with this magnetic field and we are used to living in its presence. It is thought that migrating birds use the earths magnetic field for navigation while migrating. There is a similar theory regarding how whales navigate great distances by monitoring it. There is a subtle variation  in the earths magnetic field which is brought about by changes in weather conditions. These
are a part of the natural diversity of the earths magnetic field and do not appear to cause any problems.

Natural Disturbances to the Earths Magnetic Field.

The earths Electromagnetic Field is not part of Geopathic Stresss. These natural disturbances may cause problems so they may in fact be a contributor but not the entire cause. When these frequencies from the earths core encounter certain minerals, fault lines or underground cavities their frequency can change which may be harmful to human beings.

Man-Made Disturbances to the Earths Magnetic Field.

Man Made disturbances include mining, foundations for tall building, underground transport systems and sewage and water pipes etc. These disturbances are increasing due to mans development and technological advances. In many areas mine workings spread out for several miles beyond the pitheads.  Public utilities may also be causing Geopathic Stress. With tall buildings the foundations can go very deep into the ground and are often reinforced with metal in the forms of rods or mesh. These too can cause disturbances inGeopathic  the electromagnetic field and could also be a contributor to Stress.