Meridian system

Hartmann grid

The Hartmann lattice, also known as the global network, was discovered by German physician Ernst Hartmann in the 1950s and has been the subject of much research and debate ever since. It represents an invisible but, according to many, perceptible energy network that extends across the earth’s surface in north-south and east-west directions. The network is visualized as a kind of “latticework” of energy lines crossing each other at regular intervals.
In geomancy and in the practice of Feng Shui, the Hartmann grid is an important factor that can influence the energetic balance of a space or place. The lines of the grid are not evenly distributed, but can vary in intensity. The intersections of these lines, where the energies can be particularly intense, are considered critical points that can negatively affect the well-being and health of people. Some even believe that long-term exposure to these crossing points can lead to chronic health conditions.
Radiation from the Hartmann grid is a serious concern for many people, as it can disrupt room energy and general well-being. Similar to other geomantic or geopathogenic structures, proximity to the lines or intersections of the Hartmann grid can be perceived as unpleasant or even harmful. Symptoms such as insomnia, chronic fatigue and concentration problems are often associated with these energy patterns.
Special techniques are often used to mitigate or neutralize the effects of the Hartmann grating. These include, for example, radiesthesia, the use of special methods that can minimize the negative effects of grid lines.
However, it is important to note that the scientific consensus on the Hartmann grid and its potential impact on human health is not clear. Many of the claims and techniques are in the realm of alternative medicine and are not fully confirmed scientifically. Nevertheless, for many people who believe in the importance of energetic harmony and environmental balance, the concept remains an interesting and important tool for improving their living space and quality of life.

Curry grid 

The Curry Grid, named after its discoverer Dr. Manfred Curry, is another energy system of the earth that has significance in geomantic and radiesthetic research. In contrast to the Hartmann grid, which runs in north-south and east-west directions, the Curry grid is oriented along the northeast-southwest and northwest-southeast diagonals. As with the Hartmann grid, the Curry grid is said to be able to influence people’s spatial energy and well-being.
The Curry grid is less regular than the Hartmann grid and varies in intensity depending on various factors such as time of day, weather, and geological conditions. Interestingly, the intersections of the Curry Grid are often considered to be particularly energetically intense. Some people report feeling anxious or even experiencing health problems when they spend extended periods of time at such a crossroads. Symptoms can include sleep disturbances, chronic fatigue, headaches, and even specific illnesses.
Since the Curry lattice runs in a different direction than the Hartmann lattice, it is quite possible that in certain areas the two lattices overlap. Such places can be considered particularly problematic, since here the effect of both grids is potentiated. In the practice of geomancy and feng shui, therefore, special attention is paid to identifying and disrupting such intersections.
To identify the lines and intersections of the Curry grid, mostly radiesthesic methods such as pendulum or dowsing are used. Once these points are located, various strategies can be used to harmonize the energy. Some prefer natural materials such as quartz or tourmaline, others rely on specialized technology or apparatus to neutralize radiation.
As with the Hartmann grating, the scientific understanding of the Curry grating remains controversial. Many of the concepts and techniques are in the realm of alternative medicine and have not been extensively researched or validated scientifically. Despite these limitations, the Curry Grid remains an important concept for those who believe in the complex interaction between the Earth and its inhabitants and who seek ways to improve the energetic balance of their habitat.

Lightning grid

The lightning grid represents a less known, but in certain circles of geomancy and energetic research recognized, structure. It is oriented in north-south and east-west directions similar to the Hartmann grid, but is characterized by a smaller distance between the energy lines. This condensation of energy lines can cause the effects of the lightning grid to be more intense, especially in areas where it overlaps with other energetic grids.
The more compact nature of the lightning grid could make it an important factor in building space design and planning. Since the lines are closer together, there would be a higher probability that a particular area of space would be affected by the energy currents. In practice, this could mean that more attention would need to be paid to the placement of furniture, beds or work areas to minimize the negative impact.
The effect of the lightning grid on human well-being can vary, depending on a number of factors such as personal sensitivity to such energies, duration of exposure, and interaction with other energetic grids or sources of interference. Some people report symptoms such as insomnia, increased stress levels, and physical discomfort when they are near the lines or intersections of the lightning grid.
In modern geomancy and in some alternative health practices, there are various approaches to neutralize or harmonize the potentially disruptive effects of the lightning grid. The selection of the appropriate method often depends on the specific situation and the needs of the persons concerned.
Because the lightning grid is less studied than other energetic grids, there are still many unanswered questions regarding its nature, its effects, and the best methods for identifying and handling it. Despite these uncertainties, the lightning grid is considered an important factor in geomancy and related disciplines that can influence the energetic balance of a space.
In summary, the lightning grid can be seen as a kind of “additional” version of the Hartmann grid, with its own unique properties and challenges. For those who believe in the interaction between energetic structures and human well-being, the lightning grid offers an additional level of complexity and potential for research and practice.