Unique effects on plants and animals
Plants and animals are actually the clearest indicators of geopathic interference zones. While the symptoms caused by terrestrial radiation can be rather diffuse in humans (sleeplessness, irritability, extreme nervousness, heart palpitations, various pains, etc.), the symptoms are far clearer in flora and fauna. Most plants react to geomagnetic deformity with a corresponding spiral or twisted growth, atrophy, early forking or cancerous lumps. They are called radiation avoiders, because like animals, they intuitively avoid the fault zones. Plant growth is often negatively effected by fault zones, which can cause malformations to occur.
In addition to plants that avoid radiation and react particularly sensitively to radiation, there are also organisms that seek out radiation. Radiation seekers, like ants, bees, moles, snakes, wasps, mosquitoes, insects, and bacteria, thrive in “exposure zones”. It used to be that houses were not built where ants had their mounds.