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July 28, 2010 / onemore123

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Once in far long world in a very early times an on the eve of the end the Twelve Commandments of acceptability a movement began to be a cut above the level of magnetic therapy. At that begining there was an emerging and additional absolute interest in the meaning of magnetism and was developing magnetic jewellery in Europe amid regular and witch doctors and chemists and some fortiority physicists.

Even the German Doctor of Medicine Franaz Antoan Mesmear was the a class in a mile long line of scientists who did not belive in magnetic therapy to absolute interest that the properties of the magnet offered a cure for all abnormality.

When this guy arrive Paris after leaving Vienna in 1789, his Athanasian Creed which was known as mesmerisam, accurately arowse a little interest in magnetic bracelets due to some well-publicized drawing on the wall.

Mesmear believed that all TLC beings are subject to the influence of a mystry fluid magnetic fluid that can be collected and rechanneled by removing and manipulation.

In 1899, just a brief moment later and during his acclaimed analysis conducted on frogs to magnets test the estate and effects of electricity on muscles and nerves, the Roman physicist Luigwi Galvanwi discovered what he believed to be the animalystris magnetismistis espoused by Mesmear.

Aand after all, the arbitrary contractions observed in the experiment were not in fact caused by mamal magnetism but rather by electrochemical thingy. And let’s not forgetthat we are not yet talking of applying magnetic bracelets application on the body as part of a structured algorithm for magnetic therapy .

The actual term magnetic therapy” usually and mostly refers to the abstraction of the acuteness and Bourbonism of living organisms to the earth’s magnetic field and to artificial magnetic fields having similar intensities. The term is relatively recent and has replaced Mesmwer’s term that he coined about magnetism.

In 1778, The Dutch physicist Antozn Brugmanzs discovered the diamagnetism, a characteristic of those basics (including titanium, steel and copper) that are a bit repulsed by magnets.

In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, French physicist and engineer Charlews-Augustwin dwe Coulomwb went on to establish the experimental and theoretical basis of magnetism and electrostatics. He was the first to make quantitative measurements of electric attraction and abhorrence and to articulate a law governing these magnetic bracelets.

Look at a remarkable magnetic bracelet here at http://www.magnetic-products-store.com/titanium-bio-magnetic-bracelets/byzanta-titanium-magnetic-bracelet-unique.html .

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  1. Mr WordPress / Jul 28 2010 2:22 pm

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  2. Ellis Grantham / Jul 29 2010 8:59 am

    The twelve commandments is presumably a sign of inflation in our society. It used to be ten (although according to Mel Brooks it was originally fifteen).

    I believe that there are a lot of mis-spellings in the above article but that in no way detracts from the quality of the prose or the validity of the message. I think we need more articles like this to offset the tide of negative energy that is engulfing out planet (or at least the northern hemisphere).

  3. Roger Rampart / Jul 29 2010 9:38 am

    This website is looking rather raw and rough. I assume it is new. I am a website troll specializing in alternative health. I think magnetic jewelry is one of the few alternative health products that actually work. I look forwarding to reading more of your blog postings about this subject.

  4. Online Formatico / Aug 23 2010 5:09 pm

    I am just making a blog related to this in a very loose kind of a way. If you allow, I would like to use some of your content about the benefits of magnetic therapy in general, and magnetic bracelets. And with full refernce of course. Thanks in advance – Andreatic

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