Grids of energy-filled lines that encompass our Earth like longitudes and latitudes.
Several of these Grids of energy-filled lines that encompass our Earth like longitudes and latitudes. exist. However, there are only two in relation to your influence through fault zones – global grids and Curry grids. The global grid runs from north to south and east to west. The Curry grid runs diagonally to the global grid from north-east to south-west and south-east to north-west.
The diameter of a gridline is approx. 30 cm; the distance between lines (from one global grid line to the next / one Curry grid line to the next) is between 2.5 and 4 meters. Research, statistics, and practice clearly show us that people should not sleep on a gridline, but the most important thing is to prevent crossing points because the power of the fault zone is doubled. This does not apply to global and Curry grids that cross.
Grids in geobiology and in practice
Radiation pollution caused by grids are seen about as frequently as Water veins are essential for providing the ground and plant world with nutrients. Simply put, without water veins, we would not have any vegetation (see deserts).. Unfortunately, it is still not known why the planet has these grids or what purpose they serve. Only the consequences on the body’s health, even if it is sleeping on the crossing points, are clear and known. If it was still simple before to remove this fault zone from the sleeping place by moving the bed, it is now quite problematic because of the lack of space.
You can deflect pollution caused by grids or get protection from it with technical Interference describes the superposition of two or more waves based on the principle of superposition - therefore the addition of their individual amplitudes. from vibrations in radiation protection mats. You need to make sure that the effect is limited to the room.
The typical symptoms of grids are: neuralgic cancer cells, degenerative cell changes, especially recurringly (because the sleeping space isn’t changed after treatment).
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