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 and flies. The magnetic sense is so strong in many insects that they will rest only in definite “magnetic positions”. It wasn’t long ago that an astute gardener discovered he could rid his fields of cabbage moths by scattering magnet fragments among the plants. The moths became so disoriented they left the property! Astounding research is fast moving ahead in the Soviet Union of the effects of magnetism on growing plants too. It’s been learned that the famous “eleven year cycle” of plant and animal growth is directly related to fluctuations in magnetism caused by sun spot cycles. Through such studies, they were the first to discover that treating seeds with a magnet increased the plant yield, (South pole energy increased tubers and North pole energy produced larger above ground plants). Then they found they could get much the same results by treating the plant’s fertilizer. Now they say they can vastly improve plant output – and increase the health of people, by magnetizing water!
Bi-polar magnetized water (treated with both North and South poles) is the most often used form of magnetized water for alleviating most common ailments. The Russians are the pioneers in the use of magnetized water. They call it “Wonder Water”.
Magnetized water was first used in Russia by three specialists: Drs. G. Gerbenshchikow, I. Shetsov and K. Tovstoles, all three specialists in urology at the Kirov Military Medical Academy in Leningrad. They had their patients drink bi-polar magnetized water. This simple treatment was very effective in breaking up kidney and gall bladder stones into small enough particles to be passed through urine without any pain or danger to the patient. The water also prevented further formation of stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. Soviet physicians have been giving internally magnetized water to patients for over 30 years for digestive, urinary and nervous problems, ailments like mastitis, pains and swellings, painful urination and many other disorders.
Because magnetized water is wetter and therefore more penetrating, it furthers better assimilation of the various nutrients and vitamins in the cells. The Soviet biologist Kumarov had experimentally doubled the life span of flies by feeding them magnetized sugar.