Magnetic Grids and Living Beings


Not only humans, but animals, insects and plants are very sensitive to magnetic field lines, water courses, ect. For example, cats are radiation seekers and unlike dogs, stay long on the nodes of the magnetic field. Sheep only eat grass thst is between the grid lines. The ancients had noticed this behavior and for this they built the walls of the buildings on the grid lines, so as to keep the living area free from radiation.

Ants and bees seek radiation fields to build their nests so as to use the stimulating energies. The perfect underground structure of the anthill, consisting of  synchronous, cylindrical shapes, has the property of neutralising negative energy. Likewise, the hexagonal shapes oft he hives neutralise negative radiation.
It is truely extraordinary to see even in nature how shapes, proportions and materials can neutralise negative radiation.

In ancient India, animal stables were built inside the buildings between the lines of the magnetic grid (neutral zones), so that horses and elephants could stay strong and healthy.

In nature cartilaginous, twisted or bias trees are often found. In these cases they usually grow on or near water courses.

With the Lecher antenna it is possible to identify the exact direction and width of the waterways.

Who avoids and who seeks radiation

In principle, humans avoid radiation.
Even some animals avoid them: dogs, horses, cattle, foxes, sheep, goats, deers, mice, ducks and birds. While others look for them, like: cats, owls, snakes, moles, turtles, bees, ants, mosquitoes… There are also these differences in plants.

Even with plants, there are radiation avoiders and radiation preferers:

Plants that avoid radiation:

Beech, pine, birch, apple, cherry, plum, apricot, pear, walnut, linden, silver fir, cactus, lilac, purple, blackberry, hawthorn, sunflower, carnation, geranium, vine, rose.

Plants that seek radiation:

Chestnut, larch, spruce, willow, oak, peach and plum, poplar, maple, mistletoe, ivy, hazelnut, elderberry, juniper, sea buckthorn, frankincense, cypress, mugwort, verbena, foxglove, fenugreek, thistle, nettle, asparagus .

Magnetic field and animals – an internal compass for orientation.

Dogs have a unique sense of smell and excellent hearing, but they also have another special ability, as some behavioral researchers at the University of Duisburg/Essen have discovered. In fact, dogs can orient themselves following the earth’s magnetic field and thus be able to find their way home even many kilometers away. This feature is also common to foxes, cattle, elephants and birds.

Animals use the magnetic field in the same way people use a hiking map: they hold it in front of their eyes from north to south. Animals therefore have an inner compass at their disposal.