Geopathic Stress — superstition or fact. How does it affect our well-being?

The influence of Geopathic Stress on the human body has not yet been proven by scientifically accepted techniques, yet the existence of the phenomenon has been known for a few thousand years, maybe even since the beginning of mankind.

Feng Shui, for example, has been practised for over 5,000 years and is an ancient Chinese method of harmonizing the location, construction, and architectural features of buildings, to create a more pleasing atmosphere and bestow well-being on the inhabitants. And modern dowsing techniques can be used to confirm the existence of Geopathic Stress too.

It is now generally accepted that Geopathic Stress is the distortion of natural radiation as it rises up through the earth. Numerous elements have an influence this natural radiation, some of which are: weak electromagnetic fields created by subterranean running water; certain mineral concentrations; fault lines, and; underground cavities. The resultant wavelengths of the natural radiation disturbed in this way become harmful to living organisms.

Electro-pathological energy created by modern technology, in the form of high and low frequency energy from underground cables and telecommunication towers, can also contribute towards Geopathic Stress. Generally referred to as electromagnetic frequencies (EMF), this is covered more thoroughly within this site.

The first notable studies often quoted were carried out by Dr. Hans Nieper, Gustav von Pohl, Dr. Hager and Robert Endros together with Professor K E Lotz, details of which can be found on the internet and are summarised below.

In 1929, von Pohl conducted an experiment where he dowsed a whole small town, Vilbisburg, for geopathic stress. Independently monitored, the results demonstrated a 100% correlation between cancer and Geopathic Stress. The experiment was repeated in larger and smaller towns with always the same results - 100% correlation.

Dr. Nieper MD, a world-renowned cancer and MS specialist operating one of the largest MS practices in the world, states that 92% of all his cancer patients and 75% of his MS patients were Geopathically Stressed.

Dr. Hager found Geopathic Stress was present in all 5,348 cancer cases investigated.

German physicist R Endros and Professor Lotz of the School of Architecture of Biberach, West Germany, on analysing 400 deaths due to cancer revealed that 383 of the patients lived over Geopathic Stress fields.

More recently in Germany, a seven year study conducted by Andreas Kopschina and Ursula & Wolfgang Daun, involving 8200 patients, measured the ability of patients to recover from chronic illness, regardless of the type of conventional or integrative therapy. 34% of patients were exposed to significant levels of Geopathic Stress. The study showed that until a person was taken off the geopathic structure, their capacity to heal was greatly impaired.

Geopathic Stress has been found to be the common factor in both many serious and minor conditions, and psychological conditions, especially those in which the body’s immune system is severely compromised. The major concern, and yet to be scientifically proven, is the seemingly increased risk of cancer. Whilst not necessarily the direct cause of cancer, Geopathic Stress may weaken the body making it more susceptible to the disease.

Other potential health issues arising from Geopathic Stress can include: cardiovascular deficiency, ADHD, chronic fatigue and body pains, headaches, irritability, restless sleep, behavioural and neurological problems, and infertility.

So how can Field Control Therapy help?

The pathological consequences of Geopathic Stress can be detected in the body, and its dysregulating effect can be corrected with the use of an FCT remedy. Although an instant ‘fix’, it is not long-lasting, unless the source of the Geopathic Stress is identified and addressed. For those who demonstrate pathological effects as a result of Geopathic Stress, they often have a favourite armchair lying over and area of geopathology, or they may sleep over a ‘fault line’. One option might be to rearrange the furniture. A more comprehensive way to deal with Geopathic Stress is to use a Memon Combi device. For further details click on the link Memon products.

Academic research

Geopathic zones and oncological diseases

Accidents caused by Geopathic Stress