In ancient times, man was defined by the Chinese people as an aerial between heaven and earth, able to emit and receive electromagnetic vibrations in all directions and in constant interaction with the universe around him.
Based on this principle, it is easy to understand how each natural element-human, animal and plant-has developed in relation to the environmental influences of the context due to the different characteristics of places.
Into all this comes geobiology. But what is it and what does it study?
Geobiology studies the magnetic, telluric, cosmic, and electromagnetic influences responsible for alterations in order to avoid them to help each of us live healthy and long lives.
It thus brings together all the deepest knowledge about the relationship between everything living and the different energies and vibrations that make up life on earth.
To detect these invisible emanations, the expert in geobiology uses his or her own body as the first tool as a receiver of the signals present in the context, the other tool being “L” rods or dowsing rods.
Although geobiology was already known and practiced in the time of the ancient Etruscans and Romans, it was brought to light in the last century through the studies of physician Ernst Hartmann, who in 1964 published the book Krankheit als Standortproblem, which translated states Illness as a place-related problem.
Hartmann was the discoverer of the energy grid of the same name that covers the earth’s surface, creating nodes also called geopathogenic zones at intersections.