Geopathic Stress

Geopathic stress is the Earths vibrations which rise up through the Earth and are distorted by weak electromagnetic fields created by weak electromagnetic fields created by subterranean running water, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and underground cavities. The vibration distorted becomes abnormally high and harmful to living organisms.

Geopathic stress (GS) is a theory that the Earth resonates with energy – namely, energy from its electromagnetic field with a frequency of about 7.83 Hz (Schumann resonance). Although it lacks scientific proof,[1] the basic idea is that this resonant energy affects human health. Problems emerge when disruptions like underground streams, sewers, water and electric lines, tunnels, minerals, and tectonic faults distort the Earth’s natural energy. Adherents of the theory claim that this “geopathic stress” and other kinds of electromagnetic pollution cause illnesses ranging from fatigue, depression, and sleep problems to diabetes and cancer. Should you be worried about geopathic stress? Probably not.However, some people think it is possible to locate and resolve sources of geopathic distortion.

Watch the behavior of pets or other animals. The nineteenth century German geomancer Baron Gustav von Pohl made a startling discovery: cats, dogs, insects, and other animals are naturally attracted to areas of earth resonance. One of the simplest indicators of a geopathic stress zone is to be found in the behavior of animals. Look for signs around you.

Cats, for example, will sleep over such spots. If outdoors, look for bee, wasp, or ant nests over the spot.

Excessive amounts of slugs, snails, other insects, or parasites is also a good sign of disturbance. Moles, too, burrow along geopathic stress lines.