An overview of Impact of Geopathic Stress on Environment and Human Health


  • Eng Siang Tong
  • Chee Kei Kong



Earth’ core is dynamic and always fluctuating by the natural variations in its rotation, creating a massive energy field, known as electromagnetic field (EMF). We are continuously exposed to a wide spectrum of electromagnetic radiation from both natural and artificial sources which have adverse effects on the subtle balance in nature's energy fields. Natural geopathic stressors include geological faults, geomagnetic anomalies, ley lines crossing, radon gas and underground water courses. The affected geographical locations are known as geopathic stress zones as these locations exert negative effects upon health. Geopathic stress can affect all living beings including humans, animals and plants. It is primarily associated with sick building syndrome, potentially lead to physical and mental illnesses. It may also cause pavement distress, as well as frequent machinery broke down. Energy from the subsurface of the earth at specific locations or in a built environment can be detected by using ancient techniques like dowsing, and modern devices such as Spinning Electric Vector Analyzer (SEVA) and gas discharge visualization (GDV) camera, as well as tests like Vegetative Resonance Test (VRT) and Light Interference Technique (LIT). It is important that one's bed or workstation is located on a geopathic stress free zone. There is much that can be done to ameliorate or remove geopathic stress, such as ‘Feng Shui’, Earth acupuncture, and various other modern Western methods. This paper aims to discuss the potential impact of geopathic stress on the living environment and human health.