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The benefits of North Pole energy.
These excerpts are from the copyrighted book "Magnetic Therapy Today" by Fred Rinker. Excerpts from Cancer -The Magnetic Oxygen Answer by William Philpott M.D
Supplementing the earth’s magnetic field by sleeping on a North Pole Mattress or by wearing magnetic jewelry and other magnetic devices helps restore the natural magnetic field. Wearing a negative magnet over the heart provides the body with magnetic energy through blood circulation.
In his book, The Body Electric, Dr. Robert Becker observed that an injury site registers South-positive immediately.
It changes to North-negative during the healing process, indicating that a North-negative field promotes healing.
Dr. William Philpott explains the pH factor and the calcium factor in his book, Cancer The Magnetic/Oxygen Answer.
A negative magnetic field combats inflammation and infection and enables the body to resolve troublesome calcium and mineral deposits.
A negative magnetic field is effective in relieving pain due to its oxygenation and alkalinizing action.
A negative magnetic field enhances deep restorative sleep. The pineal gland produces melatonin in the presence of a negative magnetic field.
Oxygen and water are paramagnetic and can carry a magnetic field to all parts of the body through blood circulation.
Opposite poles attract, and like poles repel
The earth’s North pole attracts the South pole of a magnet.
The earth’s South pole attracts the North pole of a magnet.
The recommended magnetic applications in this book conform with the biomagnetic polarity designations established by Dr. Albert Roy Davis and Walter Rawls, which have been proven in thousands of tests and experiments.
The Davis-Rawls Biomagnetic identification of polarity:
North Pole or Negative polarity The side or end of a magnet causing the same reaction as the earth’s North pole when using a compass. Since opposites attract, this is also known as the South-seeking pole.
South Pole or Positive polarity The side or end of a magnet causing the same reaction as the earth’s South pole when using a compass. Since opposites attract, this is also known as the North-seeking pole.