COT DEATH::Is geopathic stress the secret killer?

Cot death or SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) has been blamed on mothers, on hot bedrooms, on the baby’s sleeping position, on the blankets, and on parental smoking – but one researcher believes it is more to do with the earth’s magnetic radiations, or geopathic stress (GS).
Medical researcher and WDDTY contributor Joseph Hattersley says that the risk of cot deaths increases five-fold at times of geopathic stress, and he quotes another researcher, Debbie Rye, who has estimated that GS is responsible for around 90 per cent of all cot deaths.
Hattersley has discovered that clusters of sudden infant deaths over large areas of countries occur during or shortly after successive days of geomagnetic pulsations.
According to Rolf Gordon, a GS expert based in London, GS is caused by the Earth’s vibrations, which rise up through the earth and are distorted by weak electromagnetic fields created by subterranean running water, certain mineral concentrations, fault lines and underground cavities. The distorted vibration becomes abnormally high and harmful to living organisms.
Common signs that suggest your home may be affected include resistance to medical treatment, a feeling of being run-down and exhausted, nervousness, depression, loss of appetite, pallor and not wanting to go to bed and, when in bed, insomnia, restless sleep, feeling cold, cramps, tingling in arms and legs, sleep walking, grinding of teeth and nightmares. When waking in the morning, people exposed to GS often feel fatigued, with a muzzy head and backache. Children are often bed-wetting and babies continuously cry.
GS does not cause an illness, but lowers your immune system, so you have less chance of fighting any illness. GS also prevents your body properly absorbing vitamins, minerals, trace elements etc. from your food (and supplements) and often makes you allergic to food, drinks and environmental pollution.

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