My name is H.C. Moolenburgh and I was a GP in Haarlem from 1953 to 2007; 54 great years. Right from the start I noticed that only a minority of the patients had complaints so neatly categorized and described as I had obediently learnt to recognize at the University. I felt compelled to widen my views and set out on a never ending search.
One of the things I noticed was that there were some houses in which the inhabitants displayed an abnormal inclination to fall ill. I had the great fortune to have an old, experienced diviner in my practice, mister Van Dijk. He taught me not only about pathogenic “earth rays”, nowadays called geo-pathological disturbance fields, which radiate from deep in the ground to above and are playing a role in a variety of diseases, such as rheumatic complaints and even cancer. He was able to remove these disturbances from these houses. Together with him I investigated many houses and the removal of the disturbance field produced amazingly good results that were permanent as long as the boxes stayed in the plug sockets and connected to the power network. Especially children with chronic complaints showed spectacular improvements and recovery. But that was in the good old days.
At the end of the 20th century there was an explosion of man-made equally dangerous disturbance fields: GSM and UMTS –masts, DECT telephones, wireless internet and, as a last branch to this poisonous tree, the smart meters that can measure everything in our houses, such as water, gas and power consumption, and send these to the suppliers to facilitate the calculation of the bill. The negative results soon showed. Apart from the fact that some people are “electro-sensitive” by nature and literally fall ill from all those disturbance fields, the first serious studies into this matter already show that the current cancer explosion is partly related to this electro-magnetic pollution, such as for example brain tumours in people who frequently use their mobile telephones, the tumours developing on the listening side. Especially children are very sensitive.
A fact of life is that where people create smart techniques that turn out to be pathogenic, there are also smart people who discover counter-measures. A new concept was born: the building biologist, the much more developed successor of the old diviner. I had the pleasure to become acquainted with building biologist Thijs Tjaden from Haarlem. We had progressed to the time in which the old “earth rays” only covered a small part of the total pathogenic field and his tool, therefore, had evolved from a simple rod (in the case of mr Van Dijk a buckled messing wire) to complicated equipment. I met him just around the time in which I experienced troubled sleep and he discovered that one of the culprits was a new TV tower erected about 400m away from my house. He removed the disturbance field from my bedroom (and the rest of my house) and I was happy to sleep untroubled again.
However, the trouble is expanding at a rapid rate as, for instance, the tendency to have a UMTS mast placed in every square kilometer. Building biologists are consequently forced to constantly find better ways to protect us.
One day mister Tjaden told me that together with someone else he had developed a new instrument. It was a small, unremarkable box, which is to be plugged into a socket and would then give the house such a strong harmonic field that it would ricochet all the disturbances. I felt as if I was back at mister Van Dijk, but this time with far more technical equipment. Thijs Tjaden told me that even people who were living under power pylons, with all the trouble that comes with it, had profited from the box. I am a pensioner by now, but people still often ask for my advice, and just after mister Tjaden had showed me his newest tool, I was contacted by an old patient of mine.
She had been a school teacher who had worked for 25 years with heart and soul at a grammar school in the capital. However, all the confusing and contradictory regulations from The Hague and the many work this entailed, which had nothing to do with teaching, had dropped her in a deep burn-out with serious depressive complaints. She had been displaying such serious symptoms for two months already that the specialists were considering to have her hospitalized for several months. One of her most serious complaints was an almost total sleeplessness, which was hardly altered by using sleeping pills. This caused her condition to deteriorate further. It was this complaint that made me think. Burn-out is a very serious loss of vitality and resistance. Could she possibly be affected by the jumble of electrical disturbance fields that occur in a major city? Mister Tjaden leant me one of his new magic boxes and the patient plugged it in. The next day she called me: “It may sound crazy, but I finally got some sleep last night”. We doctors call this the placebo effect: believing in the doctor’s advice causes an improvement. I did therefore not have high hopes, because once the novelty is gone, the effect is often gone, as well.
To my great amazement, however, the patient began to recover steadily, although the medication prescribed by the specialist had remained the same. After 3 months she could do without sleeping pills and a good two months later still (3.5 months after plugging in the box) she started gradual work again.
I was very happy, of course, that my patient was recovering and grateful to mister Tjaden whose product might have something to do with it.
Of course, one case is no solid proof, especially not in regular medicine, but my 54 years of experience has taught me otherwise. We seem to have forgotten that, although we are all part of the group, each patient is an individual and the clinical picture of an individual (the regular clever clogs waive this aside as “anecdotic”, as if the life story of the patient is unimportant) can be very instructive, also for future patients.
In conclusion, I would call this case a powerful sign which, added to the results realised by mister Tjaden, is so important, that I can truthfully and heartily recommend the OHRB, which is the box I mentioned, in a time in which electro-stress has become a considerable pathogenic factor in our society
H.C. Moolenburgh GP
Personal experience Dr. Moolenburg
Haarlem 12 November 2013
My house was scanned and balanced by building biologist Thijs Tjaden several years ago. He did this with so-called bio-polers, small wooden blocks with a powerful magnet in them, amongst other things.
He had also installed a switch with which I could switch off the power of a certain group at night to ensure that the electrical field around my bed was low enough.
I can still remember that I told mister Tjaden enthusiastically afterwards that I had never slept as well before. I no longer woke up at night (as often) and woke up well rested the ext morning.
Several weeks ago I contacted mister Tjaden again because the switch had begun to malfunction, causing the “sleep group” to remain under power. Remarkable was that I only got in touch with him a few days later, because I noticed that I got gradually exhausted.
When mister Tjaden visited me, he proposed to leave the switch for what it was, remove the wooden blocks with the magnets from the wall and to place an OHRB in the house. Of course I would like to try it out.
Ever since I moved into this house in the 50s, I felt a cold flow along the end of the bed. Nobody could do anything about it. It was not a draft. Several building biologists failed to change anything about it.
Until I placed the OHRB in the socket. The cold flow disappeared and for the first time in 60 years I had warm feet in bed. In addition, the energy in the house feels so good, that I sleep wonderfully again, without having to turn any power off at night.
The OHRB is really great!