Ernst Hartmann

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Ernst Hartmann (10 November 1915 in Mannheim - 23 October 1992 in Waldkatzenbach, a suburb of Waldbrunn (Odenwald)) in Germany was a German medical doctor, author and publicist.[citation needed]

"Hartmann lines" are named after him.[1]


After leaving school, Ernst Hartmann studied medicine in Mannheim and Jena. During World War II he worked as a staff physician and was in American captivity. After his return from captivity, he opened a medical practice in Eberbach on the river Neckar, where he stayed more than 40 years as a practitioner.[2]

Besides his work as a doctor, in 1948, Ernst Hartmann still occupied himself, together with his brother Robert, with geobiology and dowsing.[3] Furthermore, he occupied himself with homeopathy and later also biology.[4] The Research Group for Geobiology (Dr. Hartmann e.V.), a registered association, was founded by him.


  1. ^ Hammer and Struckrad, "Polemical Encounters: Esoteric Discourse and Its Others", Brill, 2007, p 233.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-23. Retrieved 2011-05-31.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Ernst Hartmann: Journal weather-ground-human, issue 5-2002, How it all began - The importance of the pathogenic irritation lines in the medical practice
  4. ^ Archived 2011-07-19 at the Wayback Machine magazine weather-ground-human, Issue 6-2001

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