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Geomack

Geomack LogoDesigned to combat geopathic stress at home or at work

Geomack is a British company, founded over 20 years ago by a family affected by geopathic stress. Passionate about the power of earth energies, the Geomack range has been developed with the aim of restoring harmony to geopathically and electromagnetically-stressed homes and workplaces.

We offer a 90 day money-back guarantee* on the Geomack range (exclusing the G-Oyster), so that you can try it and see if it helps you.

“..Using our plugged-in computer was making me feel tired and drained. This simply does not happen now I have this product between me and it.”(Feefo independent customer feedback).

Read more about geopathic stress here. 

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Factors such as underground water, overhead pylons and fault lines beneath homes are thought to trigger geopathic stress, by distorting the earth’s natural energies. Many people think that geopathic stress in buildings can contribute to health problems, poor sleep and a general feeling of uneasiness in the occupants. The Geomack products are designed to send out a ‘vitalising field’ to help counteract this distortion, revitalising what was previously a draining environment.

What is geopathic stress?

Geopathic stress

Geopathic stress (GS) is the name given to the phenomenon of your body reacting to potentially harmful earth radiation. Just as the human body uses veins and arteries to carry blood, the earth has 'ley lines'. These are thought to carry concentrated earth energies around the globe. Naturally occurring phenomena such as fracture lines or underground streams concentrate these energies. They also become concentrated at the intersection points of electro-magnetic energy occuring. Such concentrations contain energy that some believe is at an 'unhealthy' frequency for people. If you are living, working or sleeping above an area of concentration then some believe that it can damage your health.

Although dowsers have been detecting these underground lines for centuries and there is a lot of evidence to show effects on the body, there is yet no known mechanical test for them. Dowsers use their bodies, dowsing rods or pendulums to detect the presence of these energies. Earth energies are believed to run along a net or grid and it is where two grids intersect that most harmful energies are produced. Certain studies have shown links between areas or houses affected by these grids to health issues. These have been linked to cancer deaths, and patient histories of chronic illnesses, but more research needs to be done into this topic.

If you picture the earth as a giant electromagnet, GS occurs when the field lines from the earth's core interact with other natural phenomena. Examples include swift flowing underground streams, mineral concentrations or fault lines. The negative earth rays are thought by some to become harmful as they rise up through buildings. This can affect the body's natural biorhythm and cause sick building syndrome.

Symptoms of Geopathic Stress

Symptoms of geopathic stress are extensive and varied. The most common being inability to sleep well, general illness, exhaustion and depression. The sleeplessness is sometimes more marked in younger children even if the grown-ups are not affected. We often have reports of babies not sleeping well and being found squashing themselves into a corner of their cot. They are trying to move themselves out of the influence of unhelpful energy. (Healing Sick Houses, dowsing for healthy homes, Roy and Ann Procter.p.1)

Many dowsers suggest moving beds and rearranging living areas to avoid these "hotspots". There are also now products on the market that convert these energies so that they are no longer harmful to the body.


Disclaimer
Information included in this website is intended for information purposes only and is not to be used as a substitute for consultation with a medical practitioner.

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