For relief of symptoms due to Geopathic Stress.
Geopathic theory maintains that various sources of energy (such as subterranean running
water, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines, underground
cavities, radiation sources, etc.) lead to increased vibration, referred
to as "geopathic stress." This is said to result in "geopathically
stressed locations," which are thought to contribute to ill health and a
long list of ailments, ranging from headaches to cancer.
In the 1930s, geopathy pioneer George Lakhovsky first
claimed that geopathic stress causes the human body to vibrate at much
higher frequencies than normal, and can affect the immune system, making
people sleeping or working in geopathically stressed locations more
susceptible to viruses, bacteria, environmental pollution and parasites.
Geopathic theory holds that the inner Earth normally
vibrates at 7.8Hz, but locations of geopathic stress are said to vibrate
at much higher frequencies. If the inner Earth's vibration of 7.8 Hz
crosses a water vein 60-150 meters below ground, stress lines vibrating
at up to 250 Hz can be created. Similar to EMFs, such frequency
anomalies are said to cause disturbances in the immune system, behaviour
and cell structure.
Many geopathic practitioners and some mainstream physicians
in Europe ensure that their most seriously ill patients' homes are
screened to rule out geopathic stress. Geopathic stress is considered by
these practitioners as a determinant in cancer, asthma, multiple
sclerosis, rheumatism, onset of AIDS, tuberculosis and meningitis, and
to play a part in depression, miscarriage, birth defects, SIDS and many
In 1985 Dr. Veronika Carstens, wife of former German
Federal President Karl Carstens, published a study stating that there
were 700 cases documented worldwide where terminal cancer patients had
regained their health without any conventional treatment after their
sleeping area had been moved from a geopathic stress zone to one in
which there was no detectable geopathic stress.