Radiation 2019-04-28T20:36:41+02:00


At any moment we are exposed to different electromagnetic radiations. These rays are an integral part of nature, our environment and our lives, but under certain circumstances, they may be harmful to our psychological and physical abilities, and even to provide a wide range of diseases. Electromagnetic radiation can be divided into two basic types: ionizing and non-ionizing. It is well known that ionizing radiation, ie alpha, beta, gamma and X-rays, have a devastating effect on the world we live in.

Unlike the energy of ionizing radiation, the energy of non-ionizing radiation can not directly change the structure of cells and molecules; therefore their danger to human health is much smaller, but still constant and long-lasting, for what reason deserves our attention and caution. There are several kinds of electromagnetic (EM) radiation. The usual division is on cosmic, underground and technical EM radiation, but it should be kept in mind that there are also organic, mental (each of our thoughts, feelings and desires have their own frequency range), radiation of forms, crystals, etc.

Cosmic High Frequency Radiation

Cosmic radiation is present on planet Earth since its inception.
Cosmic radiation involves a whole series of radiation that occurs in various forms (X-rays, gamma rays, UV and H radiation, infrared radiation, etc.). It is assumed that the sources of these radiation are black holes, supernovae, pulsars, and to a large extent the Sun. In interaction with some other types of radiation, they can become harmful.

There are places on the earth’s surface where the forces of cosmic forces and Earth’s gravitational and magnetic fields are formed, creating the so-called global networks. There are several types of global networks, the most famous of which are Hartman and Kariyev. Places where network lines are cut (so-called knots) are pathogens, i.e. harmful to the psycho-mental and physical condition of the human organism.

Subterranean Low Frequency Radiation

Underground low-frequency radiation is the radiation of groundwater, geological rays, closed cavities, ores, etc. This form of radiation can also be very harmful to the psycho-mental and physical state of the human organism, because it disturbs the Earth’s natural frequency, necessary for all normal life functions. Especially pathogenic are cases where underground radiation acts along with other forms of radiation. Long-term exposure to such combination can be very harmful and cause a wide range of serious illnesses.

This type of radiation can also be expressed in the secondary form when primary air comes to the metal barrier, and it is known that in modern apartments, besides metal fittings, there are also many metal devices. Secondary geo-pathogenic radiation can often be more dangerous than its primary form.

Technical Electromagnetic Radiation

Technical electromagnetic radiation is emitted by electronic and electrical devices created by man during technological development. Technical radiation is high-frequency radiation with a high dose of electromagnetic effect. For them, there is a characteristic presence of the electric voltage which is the cause of the existence of electromagnetic waves.

Sources of technical radiation can be: electricity distribution networks, transformer stations, power exchanges, transmitters for mobile telephony, radio and television, transmitters for radar systems, computer networks, radio and TV devices, mobile phones, microwave ovens, computers, electric heaters and blankets, as well as a range of home and industrial appliances.


The consequences that a person meets due to the effects of the aforementioned sources of radiation are numerous. They can occur in the form of stress, headache, nervousness, increased irritability, undefined fear, memory impairment, pessimism, introverts, insomnia, smallness, reluctance, loss of general vitality, concentration problems and various other forms. All this means that there has already been a certain decline in immunity, disorders of the metabolic processes of basic cell functions – in a word, there has been a de-harmonization of the biochemical balance in the body.If this condition persists and the regenerative forces do not have enough potential to deal with harmful consequences, significant chronic problems such as: gastrointestinal disturbances, respiratory system disorders, susceptibility to allergies, cardiovascular problems, diabetes, reproductive organs, gastrointestinal disturbances and the function of the blood system, and malignant diseases. The diagnosis of diseases caused or stimulated by electromagnetic waves will only be shown in the next couple of years, when knowledge is completed in this area, and when a more comprehensive insight into the effects of excessive exposure to the “electrosmog” caused by human activity is realized.

Many world and national organizations and institutions are currently engaged in research and standardization in the field of electromagnetic radiation and their impact on people and the environment. Some of the more important are the World Health Organization (WHO), the Health Care Agency (HPA), the International Commission on Occupational Safety (ICOH), the International Association for Radiation Protection (IRPA), the International Commission for the Protection of Non-Ionizing Radiation (ICNIRP) Society for the Prevention of Skin Cancer (EUROSKIN), and many others.

The purpose and task of such organizations is to study the impact of electro-magnetic radiation on the human organism and the environment, and in accordance with the results obtained, propose legal measures, first of all to the European Commission and similar legislative bodies, which must be applied in order to preserve as much as possible human health and the environment we live in.

One of the functioning of these organizations is the necessity of adopting laws on protection against non-ionizing radiation for all countries that want to be members of the world community.