The Earth is crossed by networks of electromagnetic waves mostly originating in its core. Without these waves, life as we know it would not exist. These magnetic fields are therefore essential for human beings, but also for animals and plants.
Several networks exist and have long been known, including the Hartmann and the Curry lines. In fact, it is a grid covering the whole Earth and whose line-spacing may fluctuate according to altitude and the nature of soils. These networks follow precise axes, creating a form of a vortex when they intersect. There are millions of them.
Within these grids, there are three kinds of waves
- The positive volumes: these are very beneficial; their revitalizing, calming effect is strongly recommended to set up a workplace such as an office or a workshop. In a store, positioning sales shelves in these areas seems to make them more attractive.
Bees whose hives are located in positive volumes during the summer are more productive and seemingly healthier. Likewise, several tree species such as the oak, the lime tree, the elm and the chestnut among others are clearly sturdier. This list is not exhaustive.
- The neutral volumes are the most numerous, and as their name mentions it, they are neutral. Any kind of activities may be done in these volumes and wildlife, with a few exceptions, is living and growing normally.
- The negative volumes: there are as many negatives volumes as positives ones. They are necessary but are not appropriate for human activity. They are immutable and participate in terrestrial magnetic field balance. Staying regularly in theses volumes (office, workshop, bed, etc.) may cause tiredness or an impact on morale, it is then important to have a specialist check the arrangement of living and working spaces. Negative volumes may be used for storages, archives, laundries and garages for instance.
It is strongly recommended not to let beds in this kind of volumes. Otherwise, some tree species such as willow or walnut thrive in them.