Short Communication - Research on Chronic Diseases (2020) Volume 4, Issue 4

Moving away persons with asthma from geopathic zone (Dowsing Technique) How are they after

Jeremias L. Convocar

WVSU, Philippines


No one really knows what exactly caused asthma. However, recent studies revealed that exposure to magnetic fields increases asthma risk and make asthma victims worst. This case study was aimed at determining the extent of the symptoms of asthma among victims when they stayed within and were moved away from the geopathic zone. A combined qualitative-quantitative technique employed the questionnaire checklist, interview, observation, and medical reports in gathering data. Likewise, Y-dowsing rod was used to locate the crossing points of earth grids where geopathic zone is found. The mean was used to describe the extent of the health problems and matrices for the comparison of commonalities, patterns and variances in the analysis and interpretation of qualitative data. The findings revealed that asthma is triggered when one’s head and breast is directly exposed within geopathic zone for a longer time. The illness remains incurable or become unresponsive to any medical treatment while the victims stayed within the zone of radiation. However, when one moved away from the said zone it ceases to be a problem. Thus, asthma is a disease of location primarily triggered by geopathic stress and could be effectively addressed when a victim moved away. Unless the people recognized the existence this unseen negative earth energy in selected location and its adverse effect on their health, the exact cause and cure of asthma remained a mystery.


Jeremias L. Convocar has his expertise in geopathic stress and passion in addressing its effect on human health and well being. His research studies on the geopathic stress and human health pave the new pathways in alternative medicine in addressing chronic illnesses like asthma which were associated to direct exposure and by staying over or within geopathic zone for a long period of time. He has built this theoretical model after years of experience in research, evaluation, teaching and administration both in hospital and education institutions.