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EMFs (Electro Magnetic Fields) are fields of energy created by electrically charged objects and can be divided into natural and man-made. Examples of natural EMFs are the Earth’s electromagnetic field, electrocardiogram (ECG) and electroencephalogram (EEG). These are direct current (DC) fields which flow in only one direction. This is in direct contrast to man-made EMFs which change direction many times every second and are therefore alternating currents (AC) fields. These man-made EMFs are divided into Low Frequency (LF) and High Frequency (HF) – known as Radio Frequency (RF) or Microwaves.

Low Frequency EMFs are produced by the electrical distribution system – generating stations, pylons, electrical wiring, electrical appliances. In the UK the electrical system runs at 50 hertz (cycles per second).

High Frequency EMFs are produced by wireless devices such as mobile phones, cell phone towers, wifi, routers, smart meters, laptops, microwave ovens, baby monitors.



Geopathic Stress – or harmful earth rays as it is sometimes called – is natural radiation that rises from the earth and is distorted by weak electromagnetic fields created by water veins, fault lines, ground mixing, Curry and Hartmann lines. Geopathic Stress is very low level radiation and can be measured using a sensitive scintillisation counter. Studies by a team of researchers in Austria in 1989 led by Dr Otto Bergsmann on 985 patients demonstrated that Geopathic stress resulted in measurable bodily changes after only a few minutes exposure. The report concluded that spending time over a Geopathic Stress zone gives rise to similar risk factors such as Environmental Chemicals, Poisons and Pollutants, Malnutrition, and Electromagnetic Pollution.

Dr Hans Neiper, a widely respected cancer specialist, states in his book ‘Revolution in Technology Medicine and Society’:

“According to studies I have initiated, at least 92% of cancer patients I have examined have remained for long periods of time , especially in respect of their sleeping place, in geopathically stressed zones.”

This explains why it is important to check the sleeping area for Geopathic Stress during a home survey.

Some very interesting research relating to Geopathic Stress and cancer was undertaken in Germany in the 1920s and ‘30s. In 1929 an eminent dowser, Baron von Pohl, undertook a medical scientific study to establish if there was a relationship between cancer and Geopathic Stress. He examined a city that was unfamiliar to him (Vilsbiburg) under the auspices of the chief medical officer and two policemen. He dowsed for Geopathic Stress (GS) lines in the city and drew them on a map. The chief medical officer plotted on the map the houses in which people had died of cancer. The extraordinary finding was that every single ‘cancer’ house was located on a GS line.

At the time sceptics made claims of fraud, but in 1930 the town of Grafenau was investigated as well and the results were exactly the same – all cancer deaths of the last seventeen years (as far back as records were kept) happened on the GS lines marked by Baron von Pohl. A third piece of evidence made an even stronger impression on many doctors: Baron von Pohl returned to Vilsbiburg 18 months later during which time ten more people had died of cancer. It was discovered that their beds were also all located on the GS lines.