Animals and plants are also affected by phone tower EMF radiation as well as geopathic stress. Radiation is a worrying reality for for farmers and horse owners and regularly the academy gets called on for assistance.
Another UK Geobiology workshop was a great success. Geopathic stresses around the church training site proved very informative.
Electricsense regularly feature interviews with experts in the field of radiation and health. Last month Lloyd Burrell interviewed Patrick van der Burght about his (or GEOVITAL's) approach to facilitate health recoveries by helping people create healthier bedrooms in order to optimize the bodies ability to have a truly restful and regenerative sleep.
Just like people, animals can also get cancer. In addition, dogs can suffer from complicated spinal problems. These issues are also typical for people who sleep in places burdened by radiation.
Unless the situation is addressed, the person gets back into the same bed and the exposure resumes. The situation is detrimental to the patient; particularly so, if electronic pollution from internal wiring and radiation from transmitters is showered over them as it was before. The whole thing starts all over again.
Nature is often astonishing: what one thrives with, another will suffer by. Certain plants as well as humans, are radiation avoiders. Radiation avoiders will avoid disturbance areas as it deprives them of energy, causing cell and tissue changes and therefore they get sick.
In traditional and modern Geobiology, when geopathic stress (GS) is found, the subject of ‘moving the bed’ is often raised. It is interesting that when asked about the subject of geopathic stress, every person, no matter if they are ill or healthy, promptly suggests the repositioning of the bed as a possible counter measure.
That radiation could be an issue with her, was not an entirely new concept in her family, because other family members had suffered with this. But that the riddle to her body pains, lack of energy and major sleeping difficulties was so wide spread...