Hartmann Lines and its Effects
The Hartmann lines are naturally charged lines, named after Dr. Ernst Hartmann a well-regarded German medical doctor. The Hartmann lines run from North-South and East-West. Hartmann lines run every 7ft north to south and every 8ft east to west. These lines are typically positively and negatively charged, so where they intersect, it is possible to have double positive charges and double negative charges, or one positive and one negative charge. It is the intersections that are seen to be a basis of potential problems.
“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.
He was convinced that his discovery explained a great deal about why people fell ill. He never found a cancer case without it being related to the grid. The negative places on the grid are considered to be the most dangerous when they intersect. If the lines are magnetic, then they could interfere with the normal functioning of cells and nerves, causing disease.
Once space is cured, it shall transform “energies in your surroundings to make it safer, healthier, and happier for you, your family, your pets, and plants.” Do not miss to read What is Geopathic Stress.
Facts About Hartmann Lines
The Hartmann lines appear as a structure of radiation and rise vertically from the ground like invisible, radioactive walls. The grid is magnetically orientated, from North to South, and from East to West. Between these lines lies a neutral zone, an unperturbed micro-climate. This network penetrates universally, whether over open ground or through dwellings.
The Hartmann net has been defined using the Chinese terms of Yin and Yang. The Yin (North-South lines) is a cold energy which acts slowly, corresponds to winter, is related to cramps, humidity, and all forms of rheumatism. The Yang (East-West lines) is a hot, dry rapidly acting energy. It is related to fire and is linked to inflammation. However, there is other negative earth line too that play a part in building stress and it is called “Curry Lines”.
Curry Line and its Effects
Curry lines were first discovered by Dr. Manfred Curry and Dr. Wittmann. Curry lines are worldwide grid network of electrically charged lines that run diagonally. They are not seen as a problem, unless where the points where they cross and obviously lines run in this way have numerous intersecting points and they are double positives, double negatives or one of both. Curry lines run every 13 by 13 ft. diagonally at 45-degree angle.
Dr. Curry believed that the positively charged spots lead to an explosion of the cell, as much of possibility of cancerous cell growth, and the negatively charged spots could lead to inflammation.
Facts About Curry Lines
It is believed that both the Curry grids and Hartmann lines are earth grids for cosmic rays that frequently blasted the Earth, and can be distorted by geological fault lines and underground mining. These lines are everywhere in our house and do not pose any harm, unless where more lines cross under the bed or your workplace.
The spots where the Curry and Hartmann lines cross, it causes further problems. These spots are generally seen to be more detrimental than single crossing with these lines. There is another line that builds up the geopathic stress is called “Black Lines”.
Black Lines and its Effects
Black lines generate naturally but how they appear is still not known. They may be focused at one point and normally don’t form networks like Hartmann and Curry lines. These lines are similar in nature to the “sha”, or deadly energy lines of Chinese Feng-Shui. They form different shapes, can be curved, straight, at ground level or higher, even found in the upper levels of buildings. There are two types of Black lines, one as “black and depressed” and the other as “pointed, shiny, black, sharp, thick and hard.” Among others, there are ley lines that play a part too in building stress.
Ley Lines and its Effects
Ley lines are generally recognized as imaginary lines and deemed to have supernatural forces. They occur where “holy stones”, which has somehow been charged energetically, are laid in a straight line.
The lines appear “naturally” and suddenly when at least 5 such stones are positioned in line within a distance of 25 miles. These stones are sometimes very large or small, they get charged due to excess heat, or great impacting with substantial force against other rocks.
Ley lines are normally good for the religious places but, not for the house as they carry strong positive energy that may promote ghostly apparitions. The other methods could be due to ritual washing with spring water, or even vibration through the impact of sound. Let’s learn about the Schumann waves discovered by a German Scientist.
Schumann Waves and its Effects
Schumann waves are naturally occurring, beneficial electromagnetic waves. These waves fluctuate between the Earth and certain layers of the atmosphere. As mentioned above, they were first identified in 1952 by Professor W.O. Schumann, a German scientist.
He found that these waves have similar almost the same frequency as brainwaves, follow a similar daily pattern and help regulate the body’s internal clock thus affect our sleep patterns. The American space agency NASA became interested in this phenomenon when it affect the early astronauts when they returned to Earth only after a short time in space feeling very weak, distressed and disorientated so much so that they were carried in stature from the spacecraft.
Consequently, NASA installed equipment in the spacecraft to generate Schumann waves artificially.
Due to urbanization, the modern high-rise buildings and other building structures have reinforced concrete and metal roofs that can drastically shield occupants from the beneficial waves. It is believed that part of the reason why people suffer from jet lag is that Schumann waves are much weaker at normal air-plane altitudes, and this effect is further weakened by the metal fuselage.