Similar to the Hartmann grid, the so-called Curry grid is also a global grid running at right angles. In contrast to the Hartmann grid, however, it runs at an angle of 45° to the Hartmann grid. Depending on the geological condition, the angle can deviate by a few degrees.
The Curry grid takes its name from Dr. Manfred Curry. Roughly speaking, the energetic flow direction runs from north to south and west to east and the distances between the individual grid lines are usually between 2 and 4.5 meters – but can vary more depending on local conditions. The grid thickness is usually between 30 and 60 cm.
In contrast to the Hartmann grid, the crossing points of the Curry grid have a strong discharging effect and vary strongly in their intensity in relation to current moon phases as well as the day and night alternation. The Bovis value of a crossing point is 2000 Bv and causes a strong energy loss in humans. Also the terrestrial counterforce, the magnetic pulsation force on the crossing points is very low. Probably because the global grids do not come from the earth.
At night as well as at full moon the radiation is sometimes more intense than during the day or at new moon, which is why I urgently advise to avoid a curry grid crossing point located under the sleeping area in the best case, or to install a good biofield shaping.
There are many controversies and different theories about this grid. Some dowsers assume that they are basically radiations of the Hartmann grid, others pay less attention to this earth grid altogether. I am however of the opinion that particularly the diagonal or Curry lattice affects our organism very strongly. And this in a health-damaging way.
In many of my investigations I have always found curry grid intersections with very strong discharging zones. Especially additionally as a negative amplifier of water veins (read about this: Why the Curry Grid intersection is so dangerous).
The great pioneer and earth radiation researcher of our time, Käthe Bachler, has scientifically documented the negative effects of this grid in many thousands of cases.
Personally, I also attach less importance to the curry grid stripes in my investigations, since experience has shown that these do not play such a large role energetically. However, the crossing points always receive my fullest attention.
As with the Hartmann grating, the radiation intensity, measured in RE (stimulus units), is always 700 RE. At the crossing points, the value doubles to 1400 RE and increases, if necessary, by the value of another interference zone, if it crosses it.
An experienced Rutengänger and/or Radiästhet does not orient itself however overall at the stimulus units, but measures the individual energy locally, because apart from the stimulus units still further factors play such as Bovis values, magnetic pulsation strength, Orgon and above all Oranur values an important role with the determination of the quality of the place.