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Natural Magnets and Structured Water

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This post will explore natural magnets and structured water. In their water research MJ Pangman and Malanie Evans found that some people use magnets to structure their water. As with other energies on Earth, there is a negative and positive side to a magnet.

The North and South Poles are magnetically charged. The North Pole is the feminine negative end and the South Pole is the male positive end. They create the slight pushing and pulling energy fields needed for currents and vortexes to exist.

Palladium, platinum, and volcanic rock is paramagnetic, meaning its magnetic field can influence biological organisms and water without actually attracting them to itself. Volcanic rock powder has been successfully used in growing plants. Paramagnetic rock will not only structure and vortex water when nearby, but it will also ionize many minerals in the water. If a paramagnetic source is put into a magnetic field the atoms will line up towards the location of the magnetic field and it becomes stronger.

Pangman and Evans also found that ancient pyramids and towers were built using paramagnetic rock, and speculate that they could be a sort of signal source for connecting us magnetically throughout the Universe. Finding show that magnetism has been used for many health benefits in addition to structuring water.

Reference: “Dancing With Water: The New Science of Water” by MJ Pangman, MS & Melanie Evans

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