What is the Hartmann grid?2016-11-03T09:38:34+00:00
This picture is a simplified graphical depiction of the Curry Grid and the Hartmann Grid.

This picture is a simplified graphical depiction of the Curry Grid and the Hartmann Grid.

Part 3: What is the Hartmann grid?

Discovered by the physician Ernst Hartmann in 1954 and described in detail in his book Krankheit als Standortproblem (Illness as a Location Problem), the Hartmann grid is associated with the Earth’s magnetic field. Its lines measure between 8 and 12 inches in width approximately. These lines are spaced about 6 feet apart in the north-south direction and about 10 feet apart in the east-west direction. However, these values can vary immensely depending on geographical location The Hartmann grid is often referred to as a global grid. In his book, Hartmann provides clear evidence for the pathogenic character of the grid. See also: Schumacher, 2005, 93-97; Dale, 2009, 108-109.

Next: Part 4: What is the Benker grid?

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