What is geobiology?
Every day we are immersed in a natural and artificial electromagnetic environment, either at home or at work.
Geobiology studies the various ways in which the environment influences living organisms, particularly sources of negative energy which may be of terrestrial (subsoil), electromagnetic, or purely energy-based origin within a given space (house, apartment, office block, hotel, care home, student room, etc.;
In practice, this concerns identifying and neutralising the different sources that might cause the various ailments experienced by the occupant of particular place (insomnia, headaches, illnesses, hypersensitivity, etc.). Nowadays phenomena well-known in geobiology are amplified by the presence on the earth of more and more artificial technologies (electromagnetic), such as antenna masts, GSM, high voltage pylons, electrical transformers, etc.
Types of geobiological pollution: ”Harmful waves”
Natural (these can be neutralised by elements placed around the building)
- Underground water
Artificial (impossible or difficult to neutralise or reduce these)
Electrical – Magnetic
- High Frequencies (GSM or Radar masts, etc.)
- Low frequencies (domestic electricity network)
For those who are concerned about living in a healthy place, we provide the option of asking a team of professional geobiologists to test the selected real estate "geobiologically" in order to make sure, for example, that there are not too many high frequencies affecting the house.