Hello Gail and Everyone!
My two apprentices in the Earth Acupuncture Training Program, Francesca and Simon, and I joined with Gail Mesplay and her team. We all had committed to working on a property outside Golden on State Highway 6 on this warm, sunny day.
The entire group stayed together as we slowly walked down the dirt road from the parking area to a sandy beach, where a bridge, or cement station, remained. Then, many of us spread out a bit. I encouraged Francesca and Simon to use their rods or pendulums to aid them in picking up information as part of their training experience. Both of them received information that was useful to the “main” group focused on healing this land, as we combined both shamanic and dowsing skills.
After walking down the road a while, we worked our way back to the parking area and the fenced, unlocked gate. Healing was being performed at different spots mentioned in Gail’s report.
Once back near the highway, my team and I flagged out the Hartmann and Geopathic negative stress lines along the curve of the highway and down to the creek. Hartmann lines, named after the German physician who discovered them, are generally described as “man-made” negative energies.
Having done this work since 1992, I usually find an average of 8 to 10 feet between the Hartmann and Geopathic lines. However, in this case we found Geopathic stress lines running very close to the Hartmann lines, a situation which I have fondly dubbed “the double whammy.” Through our observations in the Geobiology Research Association and by using shamanic interfacing, we find this configuration to be far more challenging than when the lines are further apart. In addition, when these lines intersect, they cause the greatest stress in the area and account for many health issues, as well as accidents, deaths, and the like.
To cure this property, we buried a pair of copper clad steel L-Rods each place where we had a negative line. Working in the rain pouring down on us was quite delightful and amusing, as the temperature was not too cold. With the negative stress lines mitigated at the entrance to public access of this land, we sank our rods all along the bend in the road, just outside the tunnel on the highway. It felt inviting and peaceful to us, even as we were drenched until the rain let up.
For the time being, the negative stress lines are mitigated on Highway 6 by the tunnel. Ideally, I would like to dowse and flag out another area, once we have a larger, non-topographical map of the property ― a close up, perhaps with Google Earth. I highly recommend that we test further and install rods in a couple more places.
When working on a home or office building, we circle the structure on the perimeter and mitigate three different grids. The Hartmann and Geopathic stress lines are stopped on the north, south, east and west. However, the “Personal” lines may come into the property from any direction. As we learn more of the purposes for this land and we understand the intention described to us by interested parties, we may get those Personal lines cleared as well.
We all enjoyed our time there and I would like to continue with this project. Once Gail and her team have identified future needs, I will contact my two apprentices, as they will appreciate the experience while I am still working with them.
I had assessed the most impactful place to approach this property from a geobiological perspective. This was completed through rod dowsing, which is best known for finding water. However, I’d like to mention that for hundreds of years dowsing has been used by many people to find and/or acknowledge other things as well. Today, it is practiced by major corporations, police and fire departments, and even the Catholic Church.
Thank you for this intriguing project, as I am always looking for opportunities for research. I now have the possibility of some scientists supporting my work with their data. These individuals include Vivian Dullien, who taught at CU Medical School for a number of years, and her husband, who teaches at the School of Mines in Golden. I will be hearing from Vivian when she returns from her current research venture in Malaysia.
Let’s meet up again before too long! My apologies for not getting this to all of you sooner.
Peace and love,