Radiation seeker / radiation evader
As I have previously explained in detail in another article, in nature, animals and plants belong to two groups known as “radiation seekers” and “radiation evaders”.
Many herbs grow in places with high radiation, as do some trees such as oaks or elderberries.
In the animal world it is mainly insects that are radiation seekers. They love these places and even need them to live.
For example, bees in the wild always choose places in high radiation zones, such as water veins or faults, to build their honeycombs.
In contrast, most mammals are radiation evaders. They suffer in geopathically disturbed places, such as water veins. If they remain in these places for long periods of time, they lose their vital energy and become ill.
Cats and rabbits are exceptions, as they probably like to stay in disturbed areas due to the polarity of their fur.
Humans also belong to the group of radiation evaders. This has been known for hundreds, if not thousands of years, although it has been ignored in today’s medicine or science, for unethical reasons that I cannot explain.
This article for once is not about us humans, but about animals. Specifically those that are kept in stables, forced to stay for a long time on energetic fields mostly against their natural instincts, since they would certainly avoid this in the wild.
Unlike us humans, animals are still connected with their instincts. They know intuitively what is good for them and what is not.
On a side note, here is a thought I’m unable to withhold:
Due to the current way of building – in which the position of the building window, the orientation of the house, as well as the position of the bedrooms are not decided intuitively by the people who will live there, rather by architects, city councils or developers – most people live like animals in stables.
The difference is that the “prison” is probably more people’s minds and not, unlike in animals, whose prisons are behind bars ;).
Over the past 8 years I have received a number of emails, phone calls and inquiries from many horse owners, or pig farm owners, farmers with stables and large poultry farms etc., telling me that there were areas in barns (of all sizes), where animals were constantly getting sick, being very aggressive or dying.
For me, as a vegetarian, it has always been unpleasant to travel to a pig farm, and it’s worth adding that f I were a chicken, an organic poultry farm wouldn’t exactly be my hotel of choice either…
Next, I will write a few sentences about the different “livestock” groups and recall some of my practical experience on how I proceed in each case to optimally harmonize horse stalls, stables or enclosures.
Horse stalls on a water veins.
Horse owners still have a widespread general knowledge that a water vein under the stall represents a high risk to the horse’s health.
Horses are very sensitive to water veins, faults, Benker cubic grid lines and junctions, Curry grid junctions and negative Hartmann grid junctions.
I have heard quite often from horse owners that horses get some sort of asthma or bronchial infection from staying over a water vein. This often end in fatality .
A good friend of mine lost her horse this way. Unfortunately, I found out too late.
She was aware that there was a water vein under the horse’s stall and following the advice of an amateur dowser, she had copper plates dug out, which unfortunately don’t do any good, and so they didn’t do any good for her!
You cannot shield a water vein with copper plates. Nor with cork plates!
I cannot say for sure whether a horse gets asthma from a water vein or not.
What I can say, however, is that staying permanently in an area of strong disturbances such as a water vein, can potentially lead to draining all the energy of the poor animal, which in turn, over time, is no longer able to fight infections, even if its immune system is still functioning properly.
The animal becomes susceptible to diseases, allergies, viruses and bacteria, due to the fact it is trapped in a small box every day and unable to get out.
By the way, freerunners don’t have to face this issue.
How can we remove a water vein under a horse stall?
We receive requests of this kind quite frequently and I usually recommend the following procedure:
The first thing I always try to do is find out if there is a way for the horse to move to an unstressed stall. Sometimes you have to modify the stall for that purpose.
If this is not possible, a Bio-Wafer can be embedded in two opposite corners.
The corners are always recommended since the horse is unable to step on them. Also because this creates a clockwise field from both sides, thereby balancing the existing interference zone.
In addition, we recommend installing a BIOGETA® FM Biofield Former for the barn. Most of them have a pipe running through the ceiling.
The radiation is usually sufficient to achieve basic regulation in the barn, which helps the animals against radiation from cell phones, and also against geopathic stress caused by water veins or faults.
The right size to choose depends on the area (square meters/feet) of the barn, but also on the number of lines.
If you have any further questions about the topic, please do not hesitate to call us.
Water veins in the cow barn.
As previously mentioned, cows are also very sensitive to water veins and other types of “negative” earth radiation.
How to get rid of water veins in a stable?
On cow stalls is well noticeable how severely radiation-avoiding animals react to interference zones. I once contacted a dowser who specialized in agriculture and drew up layouts of the stables, in which she gave each one a value.
Less loaded box = low value
heavily loaded box = high value
She noticed that in all the boxes with high values, the cows did not produce any milk, were very aggressive or there were repeated calf deaths and frequent abortions.
To harmonize a cow barn, I would use one or several FM Biofeldformers, as cow barns usually have a lot of pipes and therefore Biofeldformers can be very usefull.
If there aren’t sufficient lines available, I’ll have a cable drum laid out along the drinking troughs, which is connected to the power grid to which an FM Biofieldformer is connected.
Pig barns exposed to earth radiation.
The procedure in a pigsty is basically the same as in a stable. The difference is usually that the mother pig is stuck in a small place and has almost no room to avoid any failure zones. You really don’t want to see that…
It remains to be seen whether harmonization would really do anything in this case.
Chicken coops / free range enclosures.
When it comes to chicken farms, I’m not talking about cage housing where chickens are kept in a minimal amount of space. I see this similar to the fattening pigs.
In smaller free-range hen houses, just like with horses, Bio-Wafers can work very well embedded in the ground. Thanks to this the chickens can find good places to sit around the device.
In larger enclosures we have had very good experiences with our FM Biofelformers.
A few years ago I received a call from Austria, where on a larger farm, due to a bird flu alert, all chickens suddenly had to be evacuated to a large indoor enclosure. But the enclosure was too small for the masses of chickens (a shed).
There was a larger area in the aisle where, on a daily basis, many chickens chewed each other to death and there was not enough room to get out.
Following my recommendation, a cable drum was placed around the area and connected to the electrical grid with an FM Biofeld Former.
From that moment there were almost no more dead chickens.
I had a similar case with a large German organic poultry farm. There we have also treated the water with a water shaper.
If one of your animals is not ok and you don’t know exactly where the disease, weakness, allergy or susceptibility to infection is coming from, try looking in this direction. Although many people do not want to admit it or believe that it is just a trick or a discard of the imagination:
Animals react like plants and humans. We are very sensitive to energy imbalances such as those caused by water veins.