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geopathic stress and dis-ease

Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2007 8:31 pm
by ocd
Hello All

I was wondering if anyone had come across a connection with geopathic stress and scoliosis.
I have seen trees that have grown on lines/water veins ect distorting out of shape, and twisting.
Does this happen to people sleeping on water veins too?

I dowsed a house with two veins crossing in a young girls bedroom, she has M.E and is now developing scoliosis too.

I advised the family to move her bed off the line which they'll do, will she recover with the bed moved?

Has anyone else had similar experiences with geopathic stress and scoliosis?

ocd

geopathic stress and dis-ease

Posted: Sat Jun 30, 2007 11:34 am
by Sig
ocd writes
I dowsed a house with two veins crossing in a young girl's bedroom, she has M.E and is now developing scoliosis too.

I advised the family to move her bed off the line which they'll do, will she recover with the bed moved?

I think that dowsers need to be careful here. Yes, it has been found that many people with certain degenerative dis-eases are spend long periods of time over underground primary veins of water, BUT I feel it is incorrect to say that this factor actually gives them illnesses of various kinds. The key word as far as I understand it is ENHANCE. Veins of water don't GIVE you cancer. arthritis - or in this case - scoliosis. BUT, if you have a tendency towards dis-ease, spending long periods of time over these veins can certainly enhance the possibility of exacerbating your condition.

Likewise, moving their bed, sitting somewhere else, or neutralizing the veins can assist in the body's recovery because it isn't fighting the enervating effect of having their life force being sucked out of them by being over this source of yin energy.

So, these veins don't GIVE you dis-ease, and by moving off of them, it doesn't CURE you of dis-ease, BUT it sure can help the body to both fight certain dis-eases off in the first place, and it can assist the body to recover when this major irritant is removed.

p.s. I have not heard of a connection between these veins and scoliosis before, but it rings true. I'd like to hear other opinions on this.

}:-)

Sig

Posted: Sat Jun 30, 2007 2:27 pm
by ocd
sig

Thanks for the reply - it's helpful to keep one foot firmly on the ground, I didn't tell them that moving the bed would be the cure only it may help.
Incidently I gave the rods to the girl and she found the two veins herself without ever dowsing before.

Are some people drawn to the energy without realising it until they start to dowse?

They're friends of mine so I'll post some results on progress if there is any in the future.

ocd

Posted: Sat Jun 30, 2007 4:09 pm
by REE01
I've known a few persons with scoliosis, going back to know where there parents slept during there pregnancies is hard to determine in most cases, but 33 % of the mothers were confirmed confined to late term immobility and staying in bed. One had a pre existing scoliosis, limiting her freedom of motion and the developing babies that was born with her inherited CF condition. 80 % were birth defects clearly, low degree scoliosis occurred in one case possibly from lack of the mothers mobility during fetus development. I 've never heard of ME, did you mean MD which is inherited ? Because scoliosis occurs in those persons from a progressive lack of musculature and structural spinal support, MD is genetic. Can geopathic stress influence weak gentic conditions ? Knowing geopathic stress can mutate normal cells into cancer cells and influences rapid growth cells, logically that also corresponds to the parameters of a growing fetus. But to what degree, and by what standard ? For the limitless combinations of genetic patterns, there are just as many probable triggers, possible timelines for any problem to bud, and countless undeterminable factors to consider because we are all born under different circumstances, there is no definite answer.

I also live by a huge natural spring here with a nature park above and surrounding it, with plenty of geopathic stress, workers die of cancer there yearly, masses walk the area several have heart attacks while visting, (some heat related no doubt) and a low percentage of the zoo animals have been born with defects, an otter had cancer and a emu a deformity, that's about all I can offer right off. Designing your work space and living areas accordingly to avoid of any long term GS is the best unquestionable solution.

Posted: Thu Oct 25, 2007 9:02 pm
by john23
I think Alf Riggs said water lines in combination with others and electrical is nasty http://www.whale.to/v/riggs1.html

Re: geopathic stress and dis-ease

Posted: Thu May 13, 2021 1:28 pm
by mike
JOHN23 are you still living in sunny Norfolk and keeping well mate- Martin... :D