Cancer: Spiritual healing (averting illness) and radiesthesia

The female winter type

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Geistheilung bei unerfülltem Kinderwunsch


Farbberatung und Stilberatung im Mostviertel, Bezirk Amstetten, Niederösterreich

Geistheilung für Tiere

Biotensor und Einhandrute (Tensor)

Building up a basic wardrobe for men

Parkinson’s Disease (agitated paralysis)

Healing cancer?

Your wedding gown 2015 – for the most beautiful day of your life

Colonel Karl Beichl – dowser in the service of the k.u.k. army [k.u.k. – royal and imperial (Austro-Hungarian empire)]

Bladder cancer (urinary bladder cancer, urinary bladder carcinoma): odds of recovery

Tongue cancer (Tongue carcinoma): odds of recovery

How to buy a bikini: summer 2015

The male winter type

Dr. Manfred Curry – sailor and radiesthecist

Lymphatic cancer (non-Hodgkin-lymphomas): odds of recovery

Dr. Ernst Hartmann – Discoverer of the Hartmann grid

Käthe Bachler

The male autumn type

The female autumn type

The male summer type

The female summer type

The male spring type

The female spring type

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – The mastermind of colour theory

Johannes Itten – The founder of colour type theory

Carole Jackson – The trailblazer of colour consultation

Suzanne Caygill – pioneer of colour consultation

Image consultation for men

Image consultation for women

Colour advice for men

Colour consultation for women

The history of colour consultation

Clairvoyance: what can we expect in the next few years?

Healing hands – healing spirit

Spiritual healers in Austria

Are spiritual healers allowed to accept money?

Spiritual healers and ethics

Spiritual healer as a job: how do I become a spiritual healer?

The best spiritual healers and their methods

Stomach cancer (stomach carcinoma): chances of recovery

Averter of illness – Averting illness – spiritual healing

Laryngeal cancer (Laryngeal cancer): chances of recovery

Thymoma, thymus carcinoma: chances of recovery

Oesophageal cancer (oesophagus carcinoma): odds of recovery

Back pain, back complaint: odds of recovery

Stierberg in Waldviertel and its healing strength:

Adenosarcoma of the kidney (kidney cancer): odds of recovery

Kidney cancer – kidney tumor: odds of recovery

Children’s Cancer Aid and alternative methods to traditional medicine:

Cancer sleeper cells (micro-metastases): odds of recovery

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Herniated disc (disc prolapse): odds of recovery

Tinnitus: odds of recovery

How do I recognize a serious radiesthecist – and what skills should he have?

Allergies: odds of recovery

Multiple Sclerosis (MS): odds of recovery

Prostate cancer, prostate carcinoma: odds of recovery

Bone cancer, bone tumors, sarcomas: odds of recovery

Testicle cancer: odds of recovery

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Lymph gland cancer (Hodgkin’s lymphoma): odds of recovery

Uterine cancer: odds of recovery

Head tumor (brain tumor): odds of recovery

Leukaemia (leucosis, blood cancer): odds of recovery

Anal cancer (anal carcinoma): odds of recovery

Rectal cancer, colon cancer (bowel cancer): odds of recovery

Brain tumor, meningioma, head tumor: odds of recovery

Skin cancer (melanoma): odds of recovery

Pancreatic cancer (pancreatic carcinoma): odds of recovery

Breast cancer – breast carcinoma: odds of recovery

Lung cancer: odds of recovery

Günther Offenberger: Spiritual healing: the power of the human mind

Liver cancer – liver tumor

Famous healers: Paracelsus

Hildegard of Bingen

Famous spiritual healers: Bruno Gröning

Famous clairvoyants: Nostradamus

Archive for May, 2015

Cancer: Spiritual healing (averting illness) and radiesthesia

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

How a good sleeping place can help protect you from cancer and from having a relapse:

I work full-time as a radiesthecist and spiritual healer and know from experience how crucial a neutral sleeping place, i.e. a place as free of radiation as possible, is for the human’s immune system. Many people can’t imagine that, since radiation can’t be seen or touched and people themselves can’t determine whether they have a “good” or “bad” sleeping place.

There are, of course, many factors that can weaken the immune system. These include nutrition, stress, lack of exercise, lacking social contacts, electric smog and also a sleeping place exposed to radiation.

The sleeping place is a place in which the body is supposed to regenerate in order to be able to deal with other strains more easily. If this is not the case, the immune system may become unbalanced.

Most of my clients that have a radiesthetic examination performed are already suffering from an illness or health problems. Only few people want to have this service performed when building a new house or redesigning their bedroom. Most people’s philosophy is that a radiesthetic examination isn’t necessary as long as they are healthy. Only when they fall ill do most of them decide to have their sleeping place examined.

However, radiesthesia can present an important contribution in health care. I have examined sleeping places that were highly recommendable from a radiesthetic point of view, and the people sleeping in these beds grew to be very old.

I’ve discovered, with regard to cancer, that more than 90% of people falling ill with cancer have a sleeping place that is exposed to geo-pathogenic disturbance areas. Most of these people who receive traditional medical treatment and in whom the illness can’t be proven anymore have a relapse after a relatively short time period, since they haven’t changed their sleeping place and radiation still has its impact on the human body.

I always recommend to my clients to have the following priorities:

1. An optimal sleeping place

2. Make use of spiritual healing from a distance next to traditional medical therapies

3. Continue to receive spiritual healing from a distance after the end of traditional medical therapies (about 6 months). During this time, I focus especially on the micro-metastases (cancer sleeper cells). A chemotherapy that is ideally adjusted to the tumor can kill more than 99% of the existing cancer cells. However, there are other so-called “cancer sleeper cells”, which remain untouched by the chemotherapy. These sleeper cells  are in the bloodstream, but very often also in the bone marrow and remain inside the body for an undefined time period. According to scientific studies, these cells are probably activated by a certain protein, osteopontin, and start to metastasize. Tumors can form all over the body (head, bowels, liver, pancreas, lung etc.).

All medical information is subject to change regarding the correctness and completeness.

Radiesthesia distinguishes between the following types of radiation:

Water veins are subterranean water courses that emit radiation of differing intensity, depending on their depth, width, amount of water and flow rate. Water veins correspond to subterranean streams and can change their direction over the course of time.

Faults develop when different layers of stone clash, or through cracks, fissures and crevasses in the earth layer or ore deposits, and they can be aquiferous (aquiferous faults). Many radiesthecists that focus exclusively on water veins in their examination aren’t able to locate faults and aquiferous faults.

The Hartmann grid was discovered by Dr. Ernst Hartmann in 1951. It involves cosmic radiation (“cosmic energy shadow”), which surrounds the earth as a grid of radiation from the cosmos. The directional course of this grid is north-south and east-west. The strips are about 20 to 40 cm wide, the meshes are about 1.80 to 2.50 m in the north-south direction and about 2.50 to 3.30 m in the east-west direction. The course of this system can be influenced by different factors.

The Curry grid is a grid of earth rays named after the German doctor Manfred Curry. Its directional course corresponds to the intermediate cardinal directions northwest-southeast and northeast-southwest. The strips are about 30 to 70 cm wide. The meshes are about 3 to 5 m. The course of this system, too, can be influenced by different factors. The grid reaches from below, from the earth, up to the borders of the atmosphere.

The Benker grid is a so-called atomic cube system, which was detected by Anton Benker in 1953. The directional course is north-south, east-west, and there is some congruence with the Hartmann grid. The strips are about 1 m wide, the meshes are about 10 m by 10 m by 10 m. Since a cube also has a “sole” and a “lid”, there is also a horizontal radiation surface, the so-called surface radiation.

The radiation of an individual cube can be magnetic or electric, i.e. discharging or charging, minus or plus. Since this is a system in the atomic sense, these forces change from cube to cube.

Projected radiation is an anomaly of the above mentioned naturally occurring types of radiation. Grids and water veins interact with all metal items from a certain size on, which affects especially mirrors, metal ovens, radiators, gutters and steal beams.

The reach of projected rays depends on the size of the affected item and can include the following reactions: Grid lines get “broken” (i.e. they simply stop somewhere or are shifted), or grid systems or water veins are reflected (i.e. multiplied or widened). This projection of radiation can also go through walls. Radiation may be projected by the bathroom mirror, e.g., to the adjacent bedroom, without the radiation losing its impact. In my experience, projected radiation can be stronger than the naturally occurring radiation. Many people think that radiation can be shielded by covering the mirror with a big towel or blanket, however, this is not the case and a big misapprehension.

Radiesthecists with lacking education:

It happens sometimes that a radiesthecist has looked at a sleeping place before me, but the bed is still in a place exposed to radiation at the radiestecist’s recommendation. How can this be explained? Many dowsers haven’t had any training and never really occupied themselves intensively with the complexity of radiesthesia. There is no standardized, homogenous training in radiesthesia. Because of that, some dowsers’ work may be faulty due to a lack of knowledge.

Every serious radiesthecist has to know the different types of radiation. Some dowsers still believe that it is enough to search for water veins only. This is simply wrong. A dowser searching for all the above mentioned types of radiation will need about one hour to examining a room that is about 20 to 25 m2.

Electric smog: A serious radiesthecist has to be competent when it comes to both high and low frequency range electric smog and have the suitable measuring devices. Electric smog is always measured with the appropriate gauges and not with the divining rod.

Dowsing from a distance: Some radiesthecists offer the dowsing of bedrooms via a plan from a distance at a very low price. The quality of dowsing from a distance is dubious, taking into consideration that the challenge is big enough on site with eight different types of radiation.

Shielding devices: Unfortunately, many radiesthecists sell so-called shielding devices to generate additional income. Those are devices, contraptions or simply cardboard platelets with certain symbols that are supposed to make the sleeping places free of radiation. I have spent a lot of time examining shielding devices and have found that there are no long-term studies on the efficacy of these devices, and there is no evidence of the actual efficacy either. The only expedient and serious method is to move the bed to a place as neutral as possible, when there is indeed radiation.

Case studies radiesthesia:

I was called to a radiesthetic examination in Traisen, Lower Austria. A woman had fallen ill with cancer. I was able to confirm after the examination that her sleeping place was highly exposed to radiation. A water vein and an aquiferous fault were running right through the abdomen and chest area, and furthermore there was an intersection of the Curry grid. The couple were sleeping in a water bed. The sleeping place of the family’s shepherd’s dog was in exactly the same spot on the floor underneath. The man asked me why the dog had been sleeping there, dogs being known for fleeing from radiation. I couldn’t answer the question, but knew from books that dogs usually really avoid places that are exposed to radiation. We went down to look at that room. I dowsed the dog’s sleeping place, and the radiation was as strong as on the floor above. The man then told me that the dog had died two years before that after he had been diagnosed with a six kilo tumor.

I believe that pets nowadays are often denaturized and have lost this sensitivity regarding radiation in part.

In December 2008, I performed a radiesthetic examination in a little town in the Steyr-Land district. The couple’s sleeping place was in a disadvantageous spot: two aquiferous faults and projected radiation via a mirror in the adjacent bathroom, which projected radiation above the beds. I found an alternative sleeping place for the couple in another room and conjured them to change their sleeping place. In February 2010, more than one year later, the woman called and told me that she had been diagnosed with cancer. Her 12 cm tumor had been surgically removed. She informed me that her husband and she hadn’t changed their sleeping place, as I had recommended to them. The reason was that their grown-up children, who lived in the same house, wanted to keep the room recommended by me as a guestroom. Eventually the children allowed their parents to use that room as their sleeping room after all, since the woman’s sickness was rather serious at that point.

This example goes to show that many people are unwilling to accept something they can’t see and understand. They are not aware that this ignorance may endanger their own lives and the lives of their loved ones.

Another example from Lower Austria: In 2010, I had a radiesthetic examination in the house of a man whose wife had died from cancer in 2009. She had been a radiesthecist herself and tried to preventatively shield certain types of radiation in the bedroom. Furthermore, they had been sleeping on a waterbed, since the man was suffering from back pain. The man had fallen ill with tongue cancer a few months after his wife’s death. I examined his bedroom and found a few intersections of strong types of radiation in the bed area. Since I couldn’t find a suitable sleeping place in this room, I searched for a place in another room and also advised him to pass on the waterbed.

Regarding shielding: Even though the shielding devices in the bedroom were “active”, I was able to discern all types of radiation, i.e. the shielding was useless.

In autumn 2010 I examined the bedroom of a woman in the greater St. Pölten area. One side of the double bed turned out to be highly exposed to radiation. The woman told me that she was sleeping on this side and that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer a few years before that. I asked her if someone else had been lying in the same place before her. She said that her father had slept there. He had died of lung cancer.

This example shows how precisely radiation impacts the human body.

I was asked to do a radiesthetic examination in the Zwettl area in Lower Austria. Both the wife and the husband had cancer. Their sleeping place was highly exposed to radiation. I found an alternative sleeping place for the couple. They told me about another couple in Vienna, of which the husband had fallen ill with stomach cancer and died from it. For whatever reason, the wife decided to sleep in exactly the same place as her husband. She fell ill with stomach cancer three years later and has died in the meantime.

When people fall ill with cancer and get therapies but don’t change their sleeping place, I always compare that to an atomic reactor having a negative impact on people while they are sleeping. Then, traditional medical therapies can often not lead to the best possible results. Cancer treatment would definitely be more effective if this factor was taken into account.

This entry was compiled on Sunday, January 2nd 2011 at 10:52 p.m. and is filed in Spiritual healing, health in general, radiesthesia. You can use the RSS 2.0 feed to see the answers to this article. You can leave an answer or send a trackback from your own homepage.

The female winter type

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

Winter contrasts strongly from the other three seasons: spring, which represents the awakening and blossoming of nature with its clear, vivid colours; summer, which embodies softness with its muffled pastel colours; autumn, the splendid colours of which symbolize the maturing of nature. In winter, nature almost drops its colours and puts aside the pastel shades and brushes with brilliant shades. Instead, nature grabs the quill and draws the landscape with clear lines: white and black, only occasionally mixing in some colour.

The female winter type:

Personal colour scheme:

Winter types combine extremes in their expression, just like a winter landscape. Their appearance is impressive and embodies vivid contrasts. The eye colour can seem black with yellow-green or golden highlights, sometimes also orange spots. This eye colour is often found in oriental or South-American types, but also in people with a lighter complexion. The eye colour may also be the green of fir trees, grey-green, pale green, light blue-green, dark evergreen, the blue of lapis lazuli, marine blue or a light, blurred blue. The hair colour is black or a brown that is so dark that it seems almost black. Hardly ever is the hair a bluish black. In some winter types, the hair will lose its pigmentation when they are only between 20 and 30 years old and turn iron-grey, steel-grey, tin, silver or snow-white. The skin usually shows olive shades ranging from light to dark, but it may also seem almost white, with beige or champagne undertones. Some winter types have a peachy skin colour.

Physical traits (these are general tendencies of women with a winter colour scheme, no individual characterization): People with strong contrasts in their colour scheme have a tendency to be slim, have high cheek bones and a slim face. The face shows straight horizontal lines and is clear-defined. Female winter types have a graceful posture and impressive charisma, which people respect. Her build is harmonic and reflects the precise definition of a line itself. Winter types create a design for themselves, just as an individual tree or leaf does for itself.

Personality traits (these are general tendencies of women with a winter colour scheme, no individual characterization): People with an intense colour scheme are characterized by a strong sense of drama. Their posture is dignified. They have a tendency to be regal and formal and rather reserved, which stems from inner security and tranquility. They prefer having people feel attracted by them to approaching other people themselves. They hide their passion under a calm surface. Even though the winter type is simply independent, more sociable people are often shy with winter types or find them taciturn or distanced because of the winter type’s clarity and noble ways. Winter types have a very clear perception of themselves that allows them to know what impression they have on others. Many winter types can be found in theatres, but also their lifestyle and personal surroundings should enable them to be “on stage”.

Most winter types have long-lasting friendships due to their intelligence and unmistakable communication. People whose colour scheme very strictly corresponds to the winter type are highly self-disciplined. Punctuality is an important virtue to them, in consideration of other people’s schedules. Winter types strive for perfection and feel even better when they have exceeded it. Winter types should learn to cherish perfection once they’ve reached it. In analogy with the contrasts in their colour scheme, winter types make decisions based on black and white if they have the final say.

Female winter types characteristically have a congenital sense of design that allows them to discover every deviation from the simplicity of a clear line. Her sense of formality is distracted by asymmetrical and off-centered designs, ranging from hairstyles to furniture. Her discipline drives her to express herself very tastefully before she is satisfied.

Female winter types with a strong desire for cultivation and sophistication may find it hard to adjust to life in more rural areas, where the style may be more casual. Usually, winter types prefer an elegant lifestyle that is refined, with furniture and accessories in silver and made from crystal, rather than wooden bowls and ceramic.

Quiet is very important for female winter types. They need a certain amount of silence around them every day.

Colours for the winter type:

White: pure white, blue-white, chalk-white, cool off-white


Grey: anthracite, platinum, silver, light to medium grey, putty

Blue: marine, royal blue, black-blue, ice-blue

Green: fir-green, emerald, icy mint

Yellow: icy yellow, lemon

Red: blue-red, clear red, purple, ruby, scarlet

Pink: cyclamen, ice rose, Erika rose

Violet: blue violet, violet, lavender, lilac, ice-violet

Brown: black-brown

The harmony of winter colours lies in pure pigments. Most colours seems as if they’d come directly from the paint tube. When the pure pigments are changed they are toned down with black. The shades are deep, luscious and powerful or icy light and cool. Few winter types look good in medium colour shades.

Ornaments: Image consulting: Sweeping, wavy lines flatter the winter type most. These lines are found in soft hills, in weeping willows and waterfalls and can be interpreted with elegant pleats, coats, togas, capes or frocks.

Effects: Image consulting: Just as the silhouette of a great ballet dancer in the spotlight in front of a dark curtain is characterized by clear lines and simple patterns, people whose face and body are slim and clear-cut get attention through the silence of their beauty. It’s characteristic for the winter type to only choose one colour accent at a time for their clothing, not create colour harmonies complementing each other.

Unusual prints are suitable for the female winter type. The marble effect of black-white prints is reminiscent of filigree shadows on white snow. All the prints the female winter type wears should be a reflection of the person herself. Very abstract and undefined prints can create great effects. Flower prints are not so suitable. Sports clothes should be in vivid colours. When it comes to casual clothing, winter types may wear stripes, but these should only be in two colours, such as a green and white, red and white, black and white, red and black, black and green. Tunics worn together with trousers look great when the hips are rather slim. Hoods and scarves are well suited too.

Lines and stand-out designs are important for the winter type. She cannot be restrained. Dresses that are characteristic for the winter type seem to express, “I can’t be worn by an average woman”.

Intense and vivid colours look great on winter types. For lighter shades, icy tones should be chosen, such as ice-blue or ice-green. These colours are especially effective when found in fabrics with a frosty shine, such as satin. When it comes to evening dresses, the dramatic beauty of a winter type dressed in frosty white is hard to beat, with crystal-clear or glistening beading or with fringes or shot through with metal threads. Icy-green satin or midnight-blue velvet are also wonderful for evening dresses. The winter type should use steel-blue sparingly. A steel-blue dress decorated with crystals can be very pretty and interesting. Winter types with very white skin and black hair may wear brilliant yellow.

If the winter type wants to wear roses, she should only use individual deep-red roses.

All of the winter type’s clothes should have refined lines and be of excellent quality.

Other season types may be complemented by the possibilities of expression of the winter type, when the hair has turned grey or white.

Jewelry and metals: Jewelry should be big, have clear lines, be simple and dramatic, never too filigree, playful or delicate, such as lovely bracelets or a dangling necklace. The effect should express coolness. Silver and white gold are better suited than yellow gold. Glistening gems, such as diamonds, emphasize the female winter type’s charisma best. One carefully chosen piece of jewelry per outfit is enough.

Lipstick: clear red tones or blue-red tones are the best colours for the winter type, too warm red tones should be avoided.

Perfume: The winter type’s perfume should be upscale and not flowery.

Focal points of the personality: image consultation: Those designs should be picked from the huge range of clothing that support the expression of the winter type’s personality and enhance their individuality best. The signals clothing sends are nonverbal communication. Including design to express a trait of her personality helps the spring woman to present herself successfully and become interesting to other people.

The following keywords contain a few possibilities of expression that correspond to most winter types naturally: dignity, elegance, luxuriousness, mystic, regal charisma, politeness, sense of cultivation, grandeur, tranquility, dramatic, excellent, exciting, glistening, sophisticated, outstanding.

This entry was compiled on Wednesday, March 14th 2011 at 12:22 p.m. and is filed in Colour and Image Consulting. You can use the RSS 2.0 feed to see the answers to this article. You can leave an answer or send a trackback from your own homepage.