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Patrick van der Burght

About Patrick van der Burght

A family brush with cancer and success with complementary therapies motivated Patrick to study naturopathy, various types of bioresonance and building Geobiology. Patrick is director of Geovital International (Outside Europe), is a Geovital instructor, author and international speaker on patient focused radiation protection.
25. May. 2018

Video: Non-metal concrete reinforcement from Fibre Glass and Basalt Rock as EMF proof rebar alternative

2018-05-25T08:39:41+00:00 By |

Video: Patrick van der Burght investigates this alternative non-metal concrete reinforcement from fibre glass or basalt rock which is an EMF proof alternative for metal rebar

25. May. 2018

Non-metal glass fibre and basalt rock reinforcement for concrete as EMF proof rebar

2018-05-25T08:03:59+00:00 By |Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Nobody should be using metal reinforcement in concrete anymore. Besides increased durability and lower cost, it can prevent hard to fix magnetic field issues due to stray current in the soil. Composite Basalt Rock and Glass Fibre reinforcement for concrete is the way to.

28. Apr. 2018

Video: EMF Radiation presented at the 2nd World Congress on Anti-Aging, Aesthetic, Regenerative, Nutritional and Exercise Medicine

2018-05-02T23:34:49+00:00 By |

Video: Patrick van der Burght presented the subject of EMF radiation as burden to regenerative sleep at the 2nd World Congress on Anti-Aging, Aesthetic, Regenerative, Nutritional and Exercise Medicine, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

13. Feb. 2018

Video Geopathic Stress source can topple homes in Sibratsgfall landslide disaster

2018-03-28T00:08:24+00:00 By |

Video: Did you know that a source of Geopathic Stress can, in some cases, topple homes? That is what happened in the Sibratsgfall landslide disaster.

12. Feb. 2018

The new TF2 Trifield gauss meter as tool for the amateur – Product review & test

2018-02-12T10:31:55+00:00 By |

The iconic Trifield Meter has been renewed into the TF2 model. Patrick van der Burght had a close look and compared its performance against some much more expensive triple-axis gauss meters.