The Swiss Vertical Rod is also called the Cosmos Dowsing Rod. This rod comes with a brass body and a wood handle. Its primary use is to determine the Hartmann and Curry line grids.
Not all scientists agree that Earth radiation and Geopathic stress lines exist because they are difficult to measure with today’s scientific methods. However, there is also enough data to suggest that there exists non-visible, energetic lines that may have an impact on organisms, vegetable, animal and man, with positive or negative effects.
Geopathic stress is usually associated with underground water, veins, rivers, pools, etc., and is often implicated in pathogenic health issues if a person is living, sleeping or exposed to them for hours at a time. In fact, exposure time to any “negative” field is a requisite calculation on determining the potential for emerging health issues.
there are other discovered grid lines that may also combine and amplify Geopathic lines, such as the Hartmann grid (Dr. Ernst Hartmann 1954) and Curry lines (Dr. Manfred Curry & Dr. Wittmann 1952).
Whereas Hartmann lines form a grid running North – South, East – West, Curry lines run diagonally to the Hartmann grid.
Manfred Curry was an American doctor born in Munich in 1899 and, although the Curry grid is named after him, other experts suggest that Curry lines were discovered by Siegfried Wittmann in 1950.
Curry lines generally measure between 12 and 16 inches in width and are spaced between 8 and 11.5 feet apart. Like the Hartmann grid, the Curry grid is considered to be a global grid.
Some authorities believe that moon cycles influence the intensity of the radiating Curry lines. In other words, at the time of the full moon, radiations from these lines are higher and more active, especially where they intersect with the Hartmann grid. Other experts also suggest that these lines are stronger when they cross an underground waterway. It’s also hypothesized that Curry lines due to lunar influences are weakest in the day but gain strength at night as the moon waxes.
The Hartmann Grid was discovered by the German physician Ernst Hartmann in 1954 and discussed in detail in his book, “Illness as a Location Problem”. The Hartmann grid is associated with the Earth’s magnetic field.
According to Dr. Hartmann, the worst place that a person can sleep or work is over a Hartmann knot. Where two Hartmann lines cross the harmful radiation is intensified at this juncture.
Hartmann lines generally measure around the earth, running north to south and east to west and extend to a height of 60 – 600 feet. The north-south lines appear approximately every 6 feet 6 inches and the east-west lines appear approximately every 8 feet 2 inches. However, the Hartmann lines can vary in size and strength depending on geographical location.
The Benker grid, named after Anton Benker, is a spatial system comprised of rows and columns of cubes measuring 10 meters high, wide and deep. Some people call the Benker grid the “Benker Cubical System” because each cube is electrically charged and the polarity changes from one cube to the next. Electromagnetic influences distort and amplify the intensity and spread of the Benker grid, which, in turn, can influence exposed organisms for better or worse.
Researchers have suggested that the Benker grid, like the Curry grid, is the result of cosmic influences, whereas the Hartmann grid has to do with Earth energies.
Geopathic Zones have a range of influence from 2 to 200 feet, and reach a height of 600 to 30,000 feet. Their direction is random and may be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal.
When natural radiation rises through the earth, its wavelength becomes distorted. These distorted fields of radiation are harmful to living organisms and produce the Geopathic zones.
It is not uncommon to find them parallel to or imposed upon the “Hartmann Grids”.
Geopathic zones can also be man-made. These would include electromagnetic fields that emanate from such structures as high tension or satellite towers, electrical street poles, or fuse boxes.
31 cm / 72 gm – (12.2″ / 2.54 oz)