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The first GEOVITAL Geobiology course in the UK attracted much attention

Water veins destroy one-year-old concrete panels, Sascha Hahnen explains in Hastings

Water veins destroy one-year-old concrete panels, Sascha Hahnen explains in Hastings

The first group of students in the GEOVITAL UK training course was made up of exceptional specialists in their respective fields—an electrical engineer, an award-winning celebrity and business executive, award-winning interior designers of up-market baby rooms, solar power specialists and others. All attended the long awaited training course conducted for the first time in the UK. CEOs, Sascha Hahnen of Austria and Patrick van der Burght of GEOVITAL Australia, had flown in especially to conduct the course.

Hastings, famous for the Battle of Hastings in 1066 AD, proved to be the perfect location to teach about electronic pollution and geopathic stress. Geovital’s unique, well thought out approaches and philosophies with regard to radiation protection were passed on in three action-packed days.

 

Traffic flow reduced to a crawl as Geobiology training intrigues passers-by

Traffic flow reduced to a crawl as Geobiology training intrigues passers-by

Many of the attendees were initially sceptical of the existence of geopathic stress which is produced by water veins, fault lines, etc. They were astonished when they could find it, even with their eyes closed, after proper training.

During one of the field trips, instructors pointed out the adverse effects a strong water vein was having on trees and students became enthusiastically engaged in verifying the findings. The activity attracted so much attention that within several minutes traffic was reduced to a crawl. In parks as well, international tourists walking past our training activities couldn’t help but ask what we were doing. This was followed inevitably by the request for a business card.

 

UK Geobioogy students assess power line radiation affecting nearby exposed residents

UK Geobioogy students assess power line radiation affecting nearby exposed residents

Hastings, and the UK in general, is not lacking in high voltage power lines running far too close to properties. Kind residents allowed the use of their properties so that the academy could demonstrate to students the severity of the situations. The same residents often also revealed to us in relation to the assessment findings that they were plagued by chronic health complaints that ‘nobody’ had any explanation for.

GEOVITAL UK pulled off a great first course with the winning combination of excellent location, friendly learning environment and a great group of people. Students were delighted with the training, amazed by what they had learned, and agreed that the assessment and protection measures offered by GEOVITAL would soon be industry standard in the UK.

VIDEO: Get a great impression about the first Geobiology workshop in the UK

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Ben Sayward
Ben Sayward is a Geobiologist and Director of Geovital UK.

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