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The health benefits of magnetised water

After centuries of being considered an ‘old wives tale’, magnetism is finally coming into its own. We now know that fish are able to return to their spawning grounds by following the earth’s magnetic lines or force, in the same way that birds do. Similar results have shown up lately, in beetles, crickets, bees, grasshoppers […]

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Magnetised Fluids: Ionic Balances

Soviet researchers are also convinced that magnets act as living things through water or water solutions involved in the functioning of cells and tissues. As we’ve mentioned, magnetic fields can change the ionic of molecules (and thus their pH content) but an additional fact should be brought to your attention. Heating water also changes its […]

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How Bio-Magnetism Works

Every particle, atom, molecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ and whole organisms resonate at its own particular frequency. EEG measurements show that the field generated by the human brain has frequencies in the extremely low (ELF) region centering around 7 -8 Hertz. This field is the ‘wave envelope’ of all the electromagnetic activity of the cells […]

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Water is LIFE

The Nucleus of Water “The shortage of nucleation centers in water is known to result from the capability of the water molecules to cluster around each foreign particle,” Kronenberg explained. This renders it unavailable as a nucleation center. The forces of the magnetic fields on those water molecule clusters are very weak, however. The clusters […]

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Magnetised Water is No Mystery

Most of us are not fortunate enough to get our water from free-flowing artesian springs, pure mountain creeks, rain water (unmixed with acid rain) or uncontaminated rural wells. Our choices are chlorinated tap water, bottled spring water or a water purification system. We need water. Living water. We need water to hydrate every cell in […]

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Nikola Tesla: Power of Electromagnetics

Nikola Tesla was born in Croatia (then part of Austria-Hungary) on July 10, 1856, and died January 7, 1943. He was the electrical engineer who invented the AC (alternating current) induction motor, which made the universal transmission and distribution of electricity possible. Tesla began his studies in physics and mathematics at Graz Polytechnic, and then […]

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