September 6, 2014
I hoping to get some possible causes of the situation I have. My family lives in a single family home in Orange County, southern California. I bought a Trifield 100XE and was shocked to learn that my ENTIRE HOUSE is between 4-5 mG. Front yard, backyard downstairs, upstairs, even after turned on all power in my house at the breaker. What could possibly cause this?
I’m about 1/4 mile from major power lines and my driveway is maybe 100ft to a big green electrical transformer. My readings do gradually go up past 100 mG as I walk towards the transformer, but obviously it shouldn’t be that strong all the way in my back yard.
I have a EMF inspection company coming next week to validate my findings but at this point my wife and I are freaking out. I am electro sensitive and a brain cancer survivor, so this is a major health scare for me (worried about developing another brain tumor…).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
April 3, 2018
I’ve heard the term ‘geopathic stress’ thrown around with regards to magnetic fields emitting from below the ground in homes, but I don’t know anything from research. It’s also possible there are some sort of lines running underneath your house, perhaps copper water pipes – I have heard those also can have an effect on the magnetic field.
I recently read emfanalysis.com’s book on finding a Low EMF Home, and aside from a major powerline nearby, 2 other sources were high stray current from your neighborhood electricity distribution or just too many wiring errors in the home (i.e. knob and tube wiring). The book’s suggestion was to consider moving, since repairs could be too costly.
August 17, 2014
Geopathic stress is an issue which can cause similar problems to electrosmog. 20 years ago I received professional training in this area (from a medical doctor). At that time e-smog was much less of an issue, but he did warn me that the two can cause similar problems, particularly inhibiting the effectiveness of medical treatments (conventional or alternative). Now I would say the situation is reversed, with e-smog being a much bigger issue in most situations (wifi, cordless phones, proliferation of cell towers, smart meters etc).
Another doctor I worked with would refer patients to me and tell them not to go back to him until they had their house dealt with because his treatment would not be effective – usually the problem was geopathic stress. Now Dietrich Klinghardt is adopting a similar policy in relation to e-smog.
Some of Lloyd’s building biologist interview guests have also discussed geopathic stress – they check for it when doing house surveys.
There’s some basic information about geopathic stress here – http://www.healthyandwise.co.u…..athic.html. What it does not mention is that it is normally possible to neutralise stressed areas so the entire house becomes ‘clean’.