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Geological faults of the Earth's crust, 

the electromagnetic field and vibrations.

Geopathogenic zones

Geopathogenic zones

One of the first men who has dealt with the problem of geopathogenic zones was the German researcher Gustav von Paul. He insisted that there was  a previously neglected factor among the group of people who died from cancer in one of cities - their sleeping places were in geopathogenic zones. In 1976 Ernst Hartman published the book Disease as a Location Problem.


Later K. Bahler cites a number of signs that the bed of a person located in a geopathogenic zone causes “antipathy to one’s bedroom, extended falling asleep (for hours), poor sleep, anxiety, tiredness and fatigue in the morning after waking up, gloom, nervousness and depression, palpitations, and leg cramps. Children have in addition to this a sense of fear, screaming, gritting of teeth, chilliness in bed, a desire to leave a bed, loss of appetite.”


The use of this term suggests in many cases that the facts of negative effect on human health have been discovered (the effect of electromagnetic fields, harmful emissions of enterprises into the atmosphere, noise, infrasound, specific micro- or hyperelementoses, etc.)


Technogenic formations (pipelines, underground passages, metro, mines, etc.) can also impact on formation of “Geopathogenic Zones”.

Geological faults of the Earth's crust break up are considered to be one of the types of geopathogenic zones, especially the top layers (cracks, voids) accompanied by changes in the electromagnetic field and other parameters on the surface.

DISATRON facilitates cleaning of the space for a person from negative vibrations (geopathogenic zones), neutralizes electromagnetic vibrations (electrosmog) and harmonizes the space for human life both at home and at the workplace.


Geopathogenic zones
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