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Curry Grids

Definition:Placing people or other living things in certain spots of the earth radiation knots is believed to be beneficial or harmful depending on radiation flow direction. A Curry Grid is harmful grid configuration that weakens the human energy field.

Earth radiation is a theoretical geophysical phenomenon described primarily by the German authors Manfred Curry and Ernst Hartmann. They both describe a mystic force field (Prana,Mana, Qi) that covers the earth at regular intervals and can be detected by dowsing using a divining rod. It is not supposed to be detectable by common scientific instruments but some still connect it to telluric currents, which are actual phenomena, detectable by scientific instruments. Placing people or other living things in certain spots of the earth radiation knots is believed to be beneficial or harmful depending on radiation flow direction. A Curry Grid is harmful grid configuration that weakens the human energy field. EMF protection, correction or calibration may be beneficial for many people.

The radiation is described as a grid-like arrangement with lines at regular distances: Curry lines are supposed to be circa 3 meters apart (with variations), diagonally to the poles, east to west. Hartmann lines run both east-west and north-south forming a grid across the earths surface with a distance of circa 2 meters in the north-south direction and 2.5 meters in the east-west direction. Ley lines are man-made energy lines, created by stone formations such as stone ships or other ancient archaeological strucures. The knowledge of creating Ley lines is supposed to be lost.

Last Updated ( Monday, 27 August 2007 )

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