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Knowflake

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posted February 18, 2004 05:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bases loaded     Edit/Delete Message
Hartmann net is a harmful field of energetic lines and every person is receiving its effects all the time, because thereīs no place on earth where it is not present.

However, the researches show that only the knots of that net (the points where two perpendicular lines cross each other) are really harmful for us. And the damage is worse when they coincide with an
underground flow of water.

In some countries the constuction of a new building of appatments or for offices cannot start until the specialists determine the location of the Hartmann net on the terrain. Then the architects dispose the position of the building so the bedrooms (and the other places where people spend much time) are free of those knots. Many times the specialist is a radiesthesist, for not many methodes to detect those knots are available.

Perhaps our bed is placed on a knot, and that means that a harmful energy is crossing our body for several hours every night. In home there are other places to spend hours every day: our seat for watching tv or for working with the PC.

Meanwhile a radiesthesist appears and locates a complete net at home, you can locate some of those knots with your petīs help. It is quite simple: if you have a cat, you must know your minino loves the Hartmann knots, for the cats receive energy from that source. So, if you see that your cat uses to lie on a bed, under it or under a favorite armchair, etc., you should place that piece of furniture a little apart, for the knot is good for the cat, but harmful for you.

When the pets are dogs, remember that they ALWAYS avoid the Hartmann knots. Therefore, if you donīt like to see your dog on your bed, this will sound as a sacrifice for you, but it is a great idea if you put your dog to lie on your bed, mainly at the side where you use to lie on, and observe: if he likes, your bed (that section of the bed) is clean, and you are safe there to sleep; if he doesn’t, or insists in moving to other section of the bed, watch out! A Hartmann knot may be present there. Otherwise, if you do like to sleep with your dog, but he doesn’t, he is not rejecting you, but probably a knot. Just displace your bed a little, and your dog will be happy by your side to sleep. If the dog doesnīt stay anyway, he prefers sleeping without your company (perhaps he wants other owner).

If you know that there is a knot every ą 2 meters (6 or 7 feet), you can determine the new position for the bed, the chair, etc.

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Nephthys
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posted February 20, 2004 01:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nephthys     Edit/Delete Message
Could you elaborate more on what is a Hartman Net? Is it man made? Is it natural? How was it created? Where did you get your information?

Just curious.

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Knowflake

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posted February 20, 2004 05:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bases loaded     Edit/Delete Message
Hello, Nephthys. Hartmann net is that, a natural net or grid covering all our planet, and its nature is due to the intersection of charged lines running north-south and east-west. The charge is electrical, according to some researchers, but the best explanation is a dual nature for the net: east-west lines have an 'electric charge'; north-south lines have a 'magnetic charge'.

The knots of the net (the intersection of the lines) are the more problematic points of the grid. The net is fixed, so a knot crossing our bed is always there, and a knot too close to the bed is not to be worry, for it will never move from there and the bed will always be safe. However, itīs important to know the diameter of the knots: about 20 cm (8-10 inches).

Any materia is penetrated by the lines, and they emerge from the Earth and reach the ionosphere. Many animals are able to detect the lines and their crossings, but the humans arenīt, unless they use an auxiliary technique (Iīve only heard about Radiesthesia, and thatīs the one I apply).

Ernst Hartmann, a German medical doctor discovered the lines about 50-60 years ago.

Internet offers many links to investigate more, but I couldnīt find any explaining about the animalsī sensibility. Try this to learn more:
http://www.alexklouda.com/gs.htm

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Nephthys
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posted February 21, 2004 01:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nephthys     Edit/Delete Message
So these are similar to "Ley Lines"?

I find it curious that something natural in the earth would be harmful to us

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