Geobiology studies the relationship between the earth (GEA) and living beings (BIOS). It deals with the biological effects that terrestrial geology has on people and combines the knowledge of our ancestors with the state-of-the-art research carried out by geologists, engineers, physicians, biologists and other researchers.
This study of the environment has come to us since ancient times. Historically, civilizations relied on the observation of nature to establish where they settled. In China they developed feng-shui, an art that studied the positive influence of spaces on the people who occupy them and that avoided energetically altered spaces.
Closer to home, in Rome, they used a methodology far removed from current Western standards. Before choosing the locations of the cities, they would let a flock of sheep graze, and after their slaughter, they would check the condition of their livers.
Similar examples are found in all cultures, from the Arabs to the Indians of America. Today, it combines perception with the use of the latest technology.