Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer
(Kentucky, USA) “Principles of Magnetic Therapy“, was the medical director of NASA during the 80’s. He was investigating the organic dysfunctions that astronauts suffered when they returned from space called “The Enigma of the Short leg” since all astronauts had one leg shorter than the other, around 1-2 cm.
Dr. Broeringmeyer achieved the measurement of biomagnetic poles generated by abnormal concentration of hydrogen ions that, outside their normal values (magnetic polarization), generate dysfunctions in the affected organs.
Determining a relationship between the pH states of certain parts of the body and their functions related to health.
Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer (Kentucky, USA) spent many years researching the effects of magnetic fields in living organisms, based on the work and research of Albert Roy Davis (Florida, USA) in the 1930’s. During the 1970’s Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer studied the effects that the lack of gravity had over the astronauts, which led him to experiment balancing their bodies with magnets.
Peter Kulish, who studied with Davis, later received a Magnet Therapy degree from Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer, founded advanced techniques based on proper polarity placement.
Dr. Linus Pauling receives in 1954 the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the magnetic properties of blood.
Japanese Doctor Kyoichi Nakagawa published an influential study in the Medical Journal in which he described a “magnetic deficiency syndrome”
It all began with the discovery made by Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer, a doctor at NASA.
He discovered that astronauts, who had prior to take-off undergone very rigorous medical tests, all had one shared physical anomaly upon return, which normalized after a shorter period of time.
He concluded that one of the astronauts’ legs was shorter by about 1-2 cm. He sought out the cause of this anomaly, which until then had aroused no special attention due to its eventual disappearance.
Dr. Broeringmayer noticed that the effects of magnets on the astronauts’ bodies eliminated the aforementioned anomaly after a while.
As a cause for the anomaly, suspicion fell to a lack of Earth’s magnetic field in space.
Dr. Broeringmayer discovered that the body’s pH (acidity/alkalinity) was linked to the influence the magnets exerted on the body.
He determined a tie between the pH states of certain body parts and their functions as related to health, thus arriving at the conclusion that magnetic polarization leads to pathological states – disease.
It is well known that increased acidity creates a concentration of hydrogen ions, H+, while increased alkalinity is caused by a concentration of pH- ions.
Since magnets can alter the electric potential within biological tissue, the conclusion presented itself that magnets can re-implement a disrupted balance of bio-electric potential, one which creates a foundation for the development of pathological states.
Due to the fact that a magnet’s north pole will attract H-positive ions, this pole is called negative, while the south pole which attracts OH-negative ions is referred to as the positive magnetic pole.
It is customary for the north magnetic pole – the negative – to be marked with black, while the south – the positive pole – be marked with red.