Water is essential for the vast majority of known life forms. It is found mainly in the oceans and to a lesser extent in glaciers, polar ice caps, aquifers, lakes, rivers and also in living beings.


It is constantly in flux: it evaporates from the sea, precipitates in the form of rain or snow, penetrates through the infiltration into the soil, etc. Once it is infiltred, one part is used by nature and living beings, while the other part is incorporated into groundwater.

The infiltrated fluid may be tight or moving. It fills cavities and occupies pores and cracks in the soil. Groundwater flows are produced by their movement, either through fissures in karst soils or through permeable materials such as sand and gravel.

corriente agua subterranea

Deep fluid movement increases the electrical conductivity of the Earth. In turn, friction with its surroundings can generate an electromagnetic field.

The higher conductivity of the liquid can also attract natural terrestrial radioactivity, such as gamma rays, and alter the electrical potential. Another characteristic of the presence of groundwater flows is the positive ionization of the air polarity.

All these consequences can be measured in the vertical of the place through which it flows by means of objective technical devices.


Each person’s sensitivity is very different. The most common disorders in people who spend long periods of time above groundwater currents are insomnia, tiredness, headache or nervousness. In general, the body weakens and the process of recovery from disease also suffers.

The leading researcher on the effects of positive ionization of air, such as that produced by groundwater movement, is Professor Emeritus Dr. Albert Paul Krueger of the University of California. The professor indicated that the positive ionization of the air increases the production of serotonin, so that mood, anxiety, exhaustion and happiness are altered. In the long term, insomnia, depression, psychophysical exhaustion and respiratory ailments could be induced.

In general, recovery usually begins soon after leaving the spaces located above groundwater streams. Other times, it starts after a few weeks or months.


It is currently used for detection from the most modern scanning technology used by engineers to older measuring instruments such as the “Y” fork or “L” rods used by dowsers and geobiologists. The interferences caused by artificial magnetic and electromagnetic fields make it advisable for this task to be carried out by professionals.

The most common physical exploration devices measure the deviations of the natural terrestrial radioactivity and the deviations of the terrestrial magnetic field to locate the presence of the liquid in the subsurface. Other objective measurements are also possible, but more complex to interpret, such as altering the ionization of the air or increasing the electrical voltage of the air.

Dowsing exploration methods, such as the “Y” fork, should confirm the presence of groundwater in the ground. Geobiology manages to create healthier homes by avoiding groundwater.