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arthur hamlin wrote:Hello Tom,
Just to add that so called black lines are sometimes due to energies below the water that emanates up to infect the water with a different vibration. In a lot of instances I find this to be iron ore deposits. The energies coming up from the earths core will trigger the ore into giving off this vibration.
I have also found that products used in the home that have originally come out of the ground like cement or timber may have been over a mineral ore such as iron which can affect sleep and if allowed to continue can be worse.
I find its all a matter of frequency vibrations. Different vibrations affect different people and animals and plants in different ways.
mike wrote:What I find very interesting is the fact the BWLine must start somewhere, AND I think I may have found a place where the line starts/appears out of the blue...Im double checking this but a couple of results seem to point to the fact the line has started to activate in marshes, that were once below sea level, like I say Im NOT 100% sure yet but Im working on this as it might show how these bad lines are first formed, OR what gets them going.Since they are directional why only run in one specific direction, its all very interesting, but as the map dowsing and on site dowsing differs, Im wondering which is correct and which is wrong.The site is a long way off in Norfolk, so its not something you can spend an hour sorting, but will keep you up to date with what I find.I found many years ago another site like this in my early dowsing days and wondered what was going on there, that site was up north near Skipton, while sky watching for UFOs there when I still wore short trousers.
BobD wrote: Still, I wonder about lumping all geopathic zones as sharp variations in electric potentials. It doesn't really explain the stable location of most geopathic patterns and it certainly doesn't fit with the regular repetitions, crossings, and 3-D structure found in all of the grid networks (Hartmann, Curry, etc.). Certainly a good stab at a theory underlying some of the reasons for some of the energies though.
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