Our planet Earth is surrounded by a halo of magnetic flux between the North and South Poles. Deep within the Earth's core is a mixture of molten metals (approximately 70% iron, 20% nickel and 10% other metals). The extremely high temperature of these molten metals generates a field of magnetic radiation that is emitted outward from the core of the earth spanning sky high. These magnetic emanations manifest themselves as large squared mesh nets of magnetic walls encompassing the entire surface of the planet. These gigantic grids run all across the globe vertically, horizontally and diagonally. Some of these grids are named after individuals who discovered them (e.g. Curry, Hartmann, Perey, Palm, Wissmann, etc.).
The existence of these magnetic grids composed of telluric rays has been confirmed by the German physicists Pollak, Cody, Curry, Koenig and Varga from the Universities of Heidelberg, Gôttingen, Tubingen and Munich. It has also been confirmed by Professor Dubrov from the Academy of Physics in Moscow, Russia and Professeur Drigo from the Physics Institution of Ferrare University in Italy.
The 3 Most Dangerous Magnetic Grids To Our Health
1) The Hartmann Grid or the Nickel Grid
Named after Dr. Ernst Hartmann in 1954, this grid runs across the globe North/South and East/West. It is primarily composed of the transition metal nickel.
Toxicity Level: (The wider the walls of the negative grid lines, as in Level 5, the more harmful it is to our health and thus the toxicity level number is higher)
Level 1 walls : 7.87 in (20 cm) wide - running every 6.6 to 8 ft (2 to 2.5 meters)
Level 2 walls ; 15.74 in (40 cm) wide - running every 15 to 19 yds (14 to 17.5 meters)
Level 3 walls : 31.49 in (80 cm) wide - running every 107 to 133 yds (98 to 122 meters)
Level 4 walls : 5 ft (1.5 meters) wide - running every 750 to 937 yds (686 to 857 meters)
Level 5 walls : 6.5 ft (2 meters) wide - running every 4,688 to 5,251 yds (4,287 to 4,802 meters)
2) The Curry Grid or the Iron Grid
Named after Dr. Manfred Curry in 1952, this grid runs across the globe diagonally to the Hartmann grid at a 45° angle to the North/South and East/West. It is primarily composed of the metallic element iron.
Level 1 walls : 15.7 in (40 cm) wide - running every 16 ft (5 meters)
Level 2 walls : 23.6 in (60 cm) wide - running every 27 yds (25 meters)
Level 3 walls : 31.49 in (80 cm) wide - running every 136 yds (125 meters)
Level 4 walls : 1.64 yds (1.5 meters) wide - running every 683 yds (625 meters)
Both the Hartmann and Curry grids have alternating positive and negative lines.
The intersection of two negative grid lines is very toxic for us, and even more so if our bed is placed in the direct pathway of this radiation that has a toxicity level of 2 or higher.
3) The Grand Diagonal Grid or the Bronze Grid
I prefer to call this grid the "Dreadful Diagonal" for the many devastating effects it can have on a person's health. The Grand Diagonal grid, which runs at a 45° angle to the North/South and East/West, has a wall that is 5.9 in (15 cm) wide and runs every 39 yds (36 meters). It is primarily composed of the metallic iron bronze.
This magnetic grid, which is always negative, is extremely toxic to human beings because it closes all 7 major chakras of the body. I strongly suspect that this grid plays a major role in strokes and the development of certain types of cancers if found crossing through a bed, as well as in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) if it crosses through a crib.
In 1987, Professor Mazurczak in Warsaw, Poland designed the Posen scale which prioritizes the toxicity of geopathic aggressions by assigning them an index number. The higher the index number, the more intense and dangerous the magnetic rays are to our health.
A simple negative Hartmann or Curry grid knot (the intersection where two negative grid lines cross) has an index of 100.
An active crossing (a negative Hartmann knot crossing a negative Curry line) has an index between 200 and 400.
Two overlapping negative Hartmann and Curry knots have an index between 700 and 1000! Just imagine how harmful that would be to your body if they were found crossing through your bed!