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Geomagnetic Maps: If Everything Else is Good, Is Living in the Red Still Bad

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by KetoKatie, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. KetoKatie

    KetoKatie New Member

    For a variety of reasons, we are still not moved, I will update my journal soon. (We live in nnEMF hell that seems to rivals NYC or SF.) Just found a good place that seems to have all the right things...price is excellent and would allow me to stay a member, homeschool my kids next year like I hope to, while paying down our bills (student loans mostly) and it's low nnEMF, great yard for grounding/CT/fire pit/garden etc, low stress for hubs commute.

    BUT it's in a pink/red area of this map:
    http://www.mngs.umn.edu/magnetics.htm

    Do I hold out for something better in a lower magnetic area or jump on this? We are still renting because we want to be able to move in a year or two out of Minnesota, it's not happening now like we had been hoping for.
     
  2. Penny

    Penny New Member

    I googled "geomagnetic health" and it was rather terrifying...
    https://www.google.com/search?q=geomagnetism+health&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

    I would say pass, but what do I know... I once listened to a podcast where a lady was sick for years and whose hubby died because their house was on top of some geo-something-or-other - awful - one of these links says it equates to strokes - not good -
     

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