A Kilkenny woman with the gift of divining has been helping people to sleep better and overcome varous ailments by simpling finding water patterns under their homes.
Anne Renehan was born and reared in Kilkenny. She is a certified Geopathic stress diviner. Geopathic stress is widely unknown, yet worldwide there are diviners who focus on this issue. Are these people (diviners) practising quackery? Or is it possible there is a solid body of knowledge about factors deriving from the earth that can have an impact on human health and well being Prof Ferdinand Sauerbruch, the famous surgeon who worked at Berlin’s Charity hospital was quoted as telling his patients that after surgery they should not return to the bed where they had become ill. The reason for his recommendation was that cancer and other illnesses had to do with the existence of geopathic stress being present in the place where they had been sleeping.
Anne has gone to many homes and can tell where a sick person sleeps. She does not want to know any details of that person before she goes to their home. She has had great success with helping people twith different complaints. Geopathic stress itself is not the cause of any illness, it weakens the immune system so you have less of a chance of fighting illness. Symptoms of GS are resistance to medical or other treatments, feeling run down, exhausted, depressed, nervous, insomnia, the list can go on and on. GS is an invisible danger. Anne uses the ancient art of divining to locate the lines of GS and neutralises them straight away. The house/office will detox for a week or so and it is important to drink lots of water for that week. The air in the house will become much fresher and crispier after an hour or so and sometimes the effects are almost instant. It takes about 6 weeks for GS to leave the body. Contact Anne on 0868755587.
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