Arqka Biological Architecture and Sacred Geometry

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Article 21: Curry Reticle.

It is a natural geomagnetic network that has some lines of force oriented northeast / southeast and southeast / northwest, approximately every 6 or 8 meters. It takes the name of Manfred Curry (1899-1953), an American scientist of German origin who, after the investigations carried out together with his colleague Siegfried Wittman, described for the first time the existence of these lines of force, to which a character is still attributed. More harmful in some cases to health than the Hartmann lines. The geopathogenic effects of Curry lines are detected predominantly both in the vertical lines and in the crossings of the network.

The Curry lines make up a natural geomagnetic network similar to the Hartmann network. The main difference lies in the fact that Curry lines are oriented northeast / southeast and southeast / northwest. This diagonal orientation with respect to the cardinal points can be explained by the dipole and toroidal dynamo effect that is established by the constant rotation of the Earth, as well as by the generation of strong energetic fields due to friction and resistance between the Earth’s crust and the Earth’s crust. Other layers of the planet.

The separation between the Curry lines of Northeast-Southwest orientation ranges from 3 to 8 meters and between the Southeast-Northwest lines be from 3 to 8 meters. The approximate thickness is 40 cm, although, as with the Hartmann lines, these measurements are not constant. Its vibratory basis is five.

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