Tree growths are a typical indication of water veins and other types of earth radiation.
Part 3: How do I find water veins?
If you have a garden, you may notice that some plants grow and thrive while others do not develop at all or even die. Both plants and animals react differently to radiation: either they are radiation seekers or radiation avoiders. For a comprehensive list of animals and plants please read the Earth Rays pages.
Lilacs, for example, are radiation avoiders. They barely manage to survive exposure to radiation fields. If you have a lilac bush in your garden that refuses to thrive, there is a strong possibility that it is planted over a water vein or another form of geopathic stress. Indoor plants can also be indicators of water veins. Does your begonia refuse to flourish or look withered and lackluster? Try moving it to another space. Its current location might have radiation. By way of contrast, cats love irradiated areas under the influence of water veins and other geopathic stresses. If your cat prefers to sleep on your bed even when you aren’t in it, it’s more than likely that your bed is located over a water vein or another source of earth radiation.