Every living thing is intertwined with terrestrial, atmospheric and cosmic radiation. (It is not only limited to solar radiation and Schumann waves.) Radiation has a life maintaining, stimulating, harmonising, occasionally degrading or sickening effect on biological systems.
Factors influencing earth such as solar activity, lunar phases, fluctuations in atmospheric pressure, earthquakes, and volcanic activity are part of nature and manageable. Pollution and the contamination of soil, water and air, of food products, household items and home furnishings are man-made. They are interference fields of great proportion. However, this is not the place to go into this any further.
Interference fields in the strict sense are these:
1. the fast-growing, technically generated radiation surrounding us, electric and magnetic alternating currents and high-frequency electromagnetic radiation, all of which may influence the organism in a negative way,
2. natural terrestrial and geological characteristics, sometimes man-made, which are commonly called “terrestrial radiation”. They create zones of sensory irritation and can lead to local changes in the earth’s magnetic field.
Certain manifestations of these zones of sensory irritation are considered to be interfering fields. If someone spends a longer period of time in these fields, especially during phases of regeneration, a pathogenic effect may result. In nature, “indicator plants” such as like yews and ilex indicate water veins; trees react to such exposure with spiral growth, forked growth, skewed growth, by growing branches on one side only or by developing cancer.
The former (no. 1) includes alternating currents characteristic of all household installations and devices, especially electric blankets, transformers, dimmer switches, motor-driven slatted frames and the cordless telephones with their base stations and WiFi installations. Achievements such as transformer stations, traction current, high-voltage power lines and earth cables, radar stations, mobile phone transmission masts, satellite dishes also play an important role. And the list is without claim for completeness.
As far as health problems are concerned, the decisive factor here is the proximity to these installations and the combination of various factors. (Especially innerspring mattresses with their spiral antennae or voltage-carrying metal bed frames are “suitable for use as induced amplifiers”, and this is even more true when they are positioned near cables in the wall!).
The latter (no. 2) denotes geological faults, tectonic fault lines, hollow spaces (caves, tunnels, pipes), cracks, water veins and geomagnetic grids (these are phenomena pertaining to the earth’s surface which have a 3-dimensional effect). Here, problems ensue if the same and different phenomena are combined. This is especially true for geomagnetic grid intersections of the same polarity as well as grid intersections of water veins that create standing waves.
There is another specific characteristic when it comes to terrestrial radiation: It may be bent, reflected, refracted or compressed (geomagnetic grids). And it may change the earth’s magnetic field locally. Moreover, depending on their material and form, items of furniture or fittings in our apartments may resonante with it and amplify the radiation effect, which may in turn lead to the entire situation being rendered even more confusing.