The best known and most common causes of earth radiation are probably water veins. These are basically underground streams that flow on a water-impermeable layer of rock and generate an electromagnetic field due to the friction energy.
It is assumed that this is then amplified by a differently poled “ion radiation” of the earth and radiates vertically upwards. There are often controversial discussions with physicists who cannot explain why the field does not build up cone- or umbrella-shaped, but steeply vertical. So far, no one has been able to find a scientific explanation for this either, since our “modern” science simply ignores the subtle levels. However, water veins can be precisely measured by an experienced dowser even at a height of 500m. I personally suspect that this has to do with the high frequency corresponding to extreme short wave.
A water vein – not to be confused with groundwater, or drainage water – vibrates at the highest frequency known to me of 10h45 Hertz. Say the amplitude, that is, the passage of the wave, happens per second, 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times.
That’s a 10 with 45 zeros!
Due to this extremely high frequency and corresponding shortness of the individual waves, these rays penetrate pretty much any material and their scattering is roughly comparable to a laser beam. One can feel the lateral radiation of a water vein already a little before the beginning of the actual “zone”, however, only as a kind of aura which does not represent a health threat for us.
Three types of water veins can be distinguished:
1. currents in groundwater
Especially often found in water-rich regions. Especially in catchment areas of lakes, rivers or coasts, the groundwater is often influenced by currents which produce lighter radiation by friction.
2. underground streams
These underground streams and rivers run to depths of over 1,000m and in some cases loosely reach the dimensions of smaller rivers. They are usually 1 to 5 meters wide and reach depths of several meters. These water veins are the most harmful and common in my measurements. They are also the ones that are drilled for a well or for geothermal energy.
3. drainage veins
that drain rainwater into the groundwater. These water veins are the least stressful and occur only occasionally, especially after heavy rains or during snowmelt.
In addition to the previously mentioned types of water veins, the most important and decisive feature for our health lies in their polarization. That is, the direction of rotation in which energy is emitted – or extracted. Physics calls this feature spin resonance. (For more details, see the article Polarization of water).
Left turning water veins
About 95% of all water veins I have found are left-turning, i.e. degrading and taking energy. These veins usually have Bovis values (energy values) between 2,500 Bovis and 5,500 Bovis. A healthy person usually has 6,500 Bovis to 8,000 Bovis.
Such a left-turning vein thus withdraws energy from the body when it is above it, since oscillating fields always influence or balance each other.
During my house and apartment examinations, I have not yet experienced a single case in which – in the case of a chronic or other really serious illness, such as above all cancer – the sleeping area was not disturbed at least by a left-turning water vein. Often there are other factors, such as curry lattice intersections or faults, but an energy-drawing water vein is almost always found.
As already mentioned, a higher vibrating field always compensates a lower vibrating one – or at least tries it as good as possible. Accordingly, it is logical that a person on a zone – which vibrates lower than he himself, with parts of his energy, compensates for the deficit and thus loses energy. In addition, a left-turning water vein radiates upward with a positive charge. Thus, on the one hand, the ionic ratio in the air is brought into a balance harmful to us, and on the other hand, the prolonged stay on such a zone, in addition to energy loss, can lead to depolarization of the cells and thus favor cell changes.
A healthy ion ratio for us in the atmosphere or indoor air is approximately 1 positive to 4 or more negative. Above a left-turning water vein, the ratio is sometimes 1 negative to 5 or more positives. A similar effect can be observed in rooms that are strongly “polluted” by electrosmog. At a flowing above-ground stream, on the other hand, the ratio is often 1 positive to 6 or more negatives. That is why we usually feel very comfortable there.
Clockwise water veins
In rare cases, dextrorotatory water veins can be found. These basically have an uplifting and health-promoting effect, whereby the strength of the vein and the dwelling time on it are the most important factors. A dextrorotatory water vein usually has Bovis values of over 6,500 Bovis. So for the human being energy-giving.
The strongest dextrorotatory water vein I found – in connection with a positive global grid intersection – had a Bovis value of over 30,000 Bovis. If one were to drill into this vein, one would encounter strongly dextrorotatory and health-promoting healing water (The spring of Lourdes has approximately this value). Nevertheless, the place above such a vein is beneficial only for certain time. After a while, one experiences an excess of energy and the nervous system becomes overloaded. Accordingly, such extreme areas are also unsuitable as a place to sleep, but are excellent for briefly “refueling”.
Another – especially for well drilling – important distinguishing feature, is measured in stimulus units (RE), and also describes the strength of the radiation – but mainly gives information about the volume of flowing water.