I was recently commissioned to examine a family’s property for geopathic interference zones, as a new house was to be built there.
It was the property of a young family who had bought it a few years ago. At that time, there was still a medium-sized single-family house – built in 1970 – which was the actual reason for the purchase.
According to the family, the house appeared very well preserved and was extensively renovated and insulated about 20 years ago. However, the work was so sloppy that there was massive mold infestation in numerous places.
The contamination with mold spores and toxins was so strong that the family developed severe complaints shortly after moving into the house. Even now, after about 4 years, the young mother is still plagued by massive food intolerances and mold toxins can still be measured in the energy system by means of bioresonance.
After a building biology examination at that time – among other things with a mold sniffing dog – there was no other possibility than to demolish the house. It was no longer habitable and could not be saved (so much for retrofitting insulation!).
The family fortunately had the financial means to buy another house on short notice – had the house demolished – and now plans to rebuild on the original lot where the house once stood.
Due to the history as well as the still continuing health complaints of the family, a dowser was commissioned some time ago to examine the property for geopathic interference zones.
The dowser came to the conclusion that the property was virtually unbuildable, because too many disturbance zones ran through it.
However, the family did not want to be satisfied with this result, and so it happened that they commissioned me to examine the property once again.
First of all, I must briefly mention that for me, there are virtually no undevelopable properties – except in the direct vicinity of high-voltage power lines or right next to heavily traveled railroad tracks, perhaps …
You can find geopathic interference zones almost everywhere (the Curry grid crosses about every 3.5m, for example), and you can then plan your house accordingly. In addition, it is possible to compensate for pretty much any interference zone by biofield shaping, but more about that elsewhere.
When I came to the property, one could still see the markings of the dowser and I started directly with a bioenergetic measurement of the individual areas. Thereby I determine both the Bovis values of the individual zones, as well as the magnetic pulsation force and the spin resonance (the direction of rotation of the radiation).
The markings of the lady showed two very wide water veins running quasi longitudinally through the entire property, as well as two faults crossing them. My own measurements confirmed the zones – the dowser had thus found all interference zones correctly … however, she had not considered the polarity or the spin resonance.
Water veins that harm us are left-rotatory, oscillate at a strength below 6500 Bovis and have magnetic pulsation values below 30%.
However, these two concise veins on the plot were dextrorotatory and thus uplifting and balancing. They had Bovis values between 13,000 and 14,000 Bovis with very high magnetic values of over 70%. Thus they have a very balancing and beneficial effect. In their course, they have even been able to balance the two faults, as well as some curry lattice intersections, so that these now no longer harm us humans.
The same principle of action is used in BIOGETA® Bio-Wafers, which have been used very successfully for many years against geopathic interference zones. Here, too, the spectrum of a strongly dextrorotatory field is used to compensate for anticlockwise interference zones. Many thousands of these bio-wafers are already in use, and the results are always significant.
There are building biologists who insist that one must also balance dextrorotatory veins. However, it depends on whether they are strongly giving off or rather balanced (in charge), how high they vibrate – and above all, how high the magnetic pulsation force is. Unfortunately, many dowsers do not pay attention to the spin resonance or the bioenergetic values of water veins, but often refer to them sweepingly as harmful interference zones. This was not the first case where I have experienced something like this.
In this case, the two veins were virtually a blessing for the property, and I myself would build there in a heartbeat if it were up to me …