What are earth rays?
Earth radiation, also called terrestrial radiation (radionuclides), is physically measurable (gamma radiation) and occurs everywhere on earth. The radionuclides in the soil and rock follow their natural atomic decay process, which has lasted billions of years due to their long half-life. More gamma radiation is released on geological fault zones and can be measured with sensitive scintillation counters.
Rock fractures and faults
Shifts in the rock layers underground cause different atomic and molecular structures to be pressed against each other, releasing more radiation. This can be observed especially in rock fractures and faults.
Other subsurface anomalies such as voids, oil sands, uranium, and especially water also affect radiation. It depends not only on the amount of water, but also on the flow velocity, dissolved salts (ions) and water pressure.
The bioelectrics of the body are disturbed by strong earth rays and the cells are damaged. The electrical charge exchange (between positive and negative particles) that normally takes place there, as well as the metabolism, are thus disturbed. Because the organism no longer cleans properly, toxins can accumulate in the tissue cells and cause serious diseases over time.
The effects of earth radiation on health can vary. Whereby the probability of perceiving health effects increases with increasing duration of exposure. There are people who sleep on a loaded spot for 10 years and only then notice sleep problems or other health problems.