Discussion in 'Psychic Ability and Powers of the Mind' started by Mayhem, Oct 1, 2017.
Have the courage to discover.
It was not a ghost as he described it.
ive read about that a magnet used to activate a penal gland but if its calcified it wont work so get rid of the calcification of the pinal gland and maybe it would work
Neat thread. Coincidence you use the HDR with it's north pole facing downwards?
Would someone please address this?
Does anyone know what an MRI is?
Does anyone know what MRI stands for?
It's telling that nobody that believes this magnet-pineal gland bullcrap can address what I said above.
Rumors that there are retrofitted MRI machines in select hospitals that cure any disease using this principle of magnetic north poles.
Remember the HDR cures disease as well.
Not sure what the magnetic dipole field geometry MRI's have. Likely not a toroidal field which would be needed to heal. That arrangement of field lines would be all south or all negative where the patient goes in the donut holes of the superconducting electromagnet.
There are tables in some US hospitals that have the neodymium 50 Gauss magnets on them patients lay upon for 10 hours daily. Prolonged exposure does heal an extensive spectrum of diseases the clinical trials have reported.
In a sense, EVERY magnetic field is toroidal. I assume you mean the field from a toroidal inductor
That's what an MRI is, by the way.
99% of the people claiming magnets cure things are people that are either selling magnets or selling "magnetic therapy" services.
The other 1% are like you - willing to believe anything they hear.
Please note that I pointed out that thousands of people are subjected to intense magnetic fields every day in MRI machines without having their pineal gland "awakened" by the experience.
That fact demolishes the premise of this thread.
Care to address it?
Come back after you sit a neodymium on your forehead for a couple of hours.
Unless you have already tried it, and its messed your mind up.
I keep forgetting your the ex teacher sorry about that
Does an MRI have a High magnetic field??
That's what the "M" stands for, and yes, so high you could be hurt by any ferromagnetic metals you might have on your person if you are undergoing the procedure.
That's why they make you remove jewelry and the like.
Even nonmagnetic metals - because of the eddy currents that could be produced in them.
I'm not stupid enough to waste a couple of hours like that.
And I'm not an "ex-teacher." I teach mathematics and physics to high school students.
And I'm wondering why they don't call an MRI a "Pineal Gland Waker-Upper."
Since you can't even address that, it's obvious that you have very little knowledge in this area.
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