The Geomantic Lines
In geomancy and radiesthesia, various geomantic grids and earth rays are distinguished: the Curry, Hartmann and Benker grids and fault lines and water veins.
Because the continents and the earth’s crust are in motion, new friction and tension points constantly arise, causing fault lines. They can be torn open by earthquakes or volcanic activity or emerge as the result of seismic influences and glaciers that move a great deal of rock. These forces form breaks and cracks in the rock layers which can be several kilometers long. The layers rub against these fractures, resulting in differences in elevation. Rays from within the earth, similar to those from water veins, which we will discuss later, exit these faults; they are significantly wider.
Combined with geomantic grid intersections, these fault lines emit even more radiation. They are among the strongest and most dangerous interference zones for humans, especially when they run under houses and sleeping quarters. Fault lines are treacherous because they are deep underground and thus usually not recognizable. Sensitive people perceive their orientation and effects quite directly and often suffer when they remain nearby for too long. But even people who cannot feel them directly experience irritability and anxiety and have trouble concentrating.
Water veins are the most common cause of earth radiation; there are many more of them than there are fault lines. But the delineations of their radiation fields are indistinct. There are three types of water veins:
Water-rich areas have strong ground water currents, particularly in the basins of lakes and rivers. They flow parallel to the above-ground water, from inlet to outlet of a lake or the source of a river to the sea, generating earth or water radiation.
Underground channels are independent subterranean rivers, not determined by the flow of the surface water bodies above them. They run at a depth of up to 1,200 m and can be several meters wide for kilometers at a time. These underground rivers have an exceptionally strong effect on people, especially when they run below villages and cities.
Drainage systems conduct rainwater or overflow from rivers and lakes into the ground and thus into the groundwater. These water veins and their radiation fields are the weakest, not least because they are only present during rainy weather.
The grid is named after Dr. Ernst Hartmann, who was the first to discover and research this grid. He conducted geobiological research with scientists from related disciplines to verify his findings. The Hartmann grid is a cubic network of earth rays that encompasses the earth horizontally. The lines of this grid run from north to south at intervals of 2 m and from west to east at intervals of 2.50 m. This creates not cubes, but prisms with a width-to-length ratio of 4/5. The magnetic energies of these prisms alternate from positive to negative, which means that they are generally balanced and have no significant effect on people. However, when the Hartmann grid lines or their intersections cross other grids, water veins or fault lines, they can create rays that are just as harmful as the others. They usually cause nervous disorders, frequent illnesses, sleeplessness and general uneasiness.
The grid is named after the master carpenter and avid dowser Anton Benker, who discovered it and documented its presence. The Benker grid, unlike the Hartmann grid, is symmetrical (forming cubes) and runs around the earth nearly parallel to the former, although there are minor variations. It is comprised of rows and columns of 10 x 10 meter cubes with alternating positive and negative charges which affect humans quite directly. The positive fields can be harmful if one stays in them for too long: they can cause overstimulation, inflammation, nervousness and general restlessness. The negative fields can draw energy out of the body and have a weakening effect, lowering our immune system’s defenses against illness. The Benker grid emits no immediately harmful radiation, but during lengthy stays near Benker lines or shorter stays at points where grid lines cross faults or water veins and other grids, its interference can become noticeable, especially when the intersections of more than one grid coincide.
The energetic grid is named after Dr. Manfred Curry, who discovered it and was the first to report on it, attracting a great deal of attention. The Curry grid is a global cubic network, but its earth rays run diagonally, unlike the Hartmann and Benker grids, which run around the earth horizontally.
The cubes formed by the Curry grid have a width of 3 meters and the energy lines are about 20 cm wide. This grid network runs from pole to pole with a northwest-southeast and northeast-southwest orientation. It is influenced greatly by the phases of the moon and emits much more radiation at night than during the day, especially when the moon is full. Sleep disorders are attributed to this grid, especially at full moon and sensitive people sometimes find the radiation of this grid particularly troublesome. The intersections of the Curry grid with other grids generate the highest levels of radiation and can cause regular health problems such as migraines, headaches and tooth and jaw pain. The highly energetic Curry grid also resonates with the following electromagnetic lines and fields.
Note: All three geomantic grids are cubic and correspond to the cube formed by the five Platonic bodies of creation (see page 28).
This is just a small excerpt from the book GAIA LEGACY.