Golden Rules from the Biomagnetic Pair by Dr. Isaac Goiz

 

  • Biomagnetism is a therapeutic and diagnosis procedure.
  • The positive biomagnetic pole is formed by the presence of hydrogen ions, H+ and/or pathogenic viruses.
  • The negative biomagnetic pole is formed by the presence of free radicals and/or pathogenic bacteria.
  • The biomagnetic poles are in vibrational and energetic resonance.
  • The biomagnetic poles are depolarized by the magnetic induction of fields greater than 1,000 gauss.
  • The biomagnetic depolarization is due to the law of all or nothing.
  • The biomagnetic depolarization obeys the universal law of charges.
  • The biomagnetic induction is instantaneous but the charge is exhausted in seconds.
  • The ideal magnetic fields for the induction are between 5,000 and 10,000 gauss.
  • When the biomagnetic poles are impacted, the pathogenic viruses lose their genetic information and the bacteria lose their favourable alkaline medium which is important for their metabolism and reproduction.
  • The positive biomagnetic poles are asymptomatic, they cannot be detected by other conventional system of diagnosis nor they can be healed or corrected by any other therapeutic or drug method.
  • The negative biomagnetic poles are symptomatic and they can be healed and corrected by other medical procedures or drug method.
  • In a Normal Energetic Level (NEL) any pathogenic microorganisms cannot be generated, but they can be manifested by themselves and by their metabolites.
  • Natural magnets of medium intensity are not toxic nor they can produce iatrogenic effects, especially when they are applied in a dual manner.
  • Natural magnets of medium intensity do not alter the cellular or tissue entropy.  They only put it in order.
  • The hydrogen bridge cannot be broken by magnetism but it can be broken by electricity, heat and extreme atomic radiation.
  • The regular BMP’s identify pathogenic microorganisms whether they are viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites.
  • The special BMP’s identify tissue alterations not supported by pathogenic microorganisms.
  • The dysfunctional BMP’s identify internal gland alterations and their hormonal production.
  • The reservoir BMP’s identify organs or tissues which support viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites which are potentially pathogenic, for an indefinite time.
  • In the north hemisphere of the earth, the negative poles of the BMP’s tend to be established in the right half of the body.  The opposite happens in the southern hemisphere.
  • Common diseases are produced by a single BMP.  Complex diseases are the result of an association of various BMP’s.

All cells are natural reservoirs for viruses.  These viruses can be in the cell in a latent mode (hidden) and be activated whenever a specific and non-pathogenic bacteria fabricates the mucoprotein or capside that complements the final structure of the virus.  By being neutralized energetically with the therapy, these viruses can be stimulated and penetrate in other similar cells for their reproduction and for clinical and/or pathogenic manifestation.  In the same way, parasites are natural reservoirs for bacteria, since parasites feed on them, so bacteria can sow in them for new reproduction.