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Dr. Buryl Payne





Magnetism and Youthing



Present work on anti-aging involves the search for medicinal herbs, powerful hormones, or other substances which may alter cell chemistry or restore diminished output from one’s own glands. Of course, the standard techniques of super-nutrition, exercise, and social factors to promote good psychological health are also important. However, these treatments are primarily to enhance health, not necessarily to lengthen the genetically predetermined life span (if it is predetermined) for an individual.

The use of magnetic treatments to extend the life span of animals has been informally reported by several researchers, working independently in different decades and different countries. Whether or not magnetic treatments of the proper type can actually extend the life span of humans or merely improve health remains unknown. There are enough positive results reported to definitely make this topic worth serious investigation.

Health effects of magnetic therapy have been well researched and carefully documented for many ailments by many researchers. Magnetic therapy is probably one of the fastest growing treatment modalities. Of course, good health is a definite adjunct to a long life, at least up to the maximum possible life span. Why live longer if you can’t handle a chocolate ice cream cone now and then? Or engage in all the ‘S’ sports?

Since I have been making and using magnetic instruments and devices for many years I know from personal experience that:

1 They are very helpful for getting rid of aches and pains and increasing energy and flexibility.

2. There are rarely any unpleasant side effects.


What Causes Aging?

Internal Biological Clocks

One of the popular beliefs about aging rests on the notion that there is an internal biological clock which dictates that cells only divide so many times and then quit. People have looked for such a mechanism within the body and found one possible candidate: the successive loss of a section of DNA with each cell division. When all the sections are used up, the cell stops dividing usually after about fifty times. It is known that DNA molecules build by hydrogen bonding of proteins to one another. It is also known that hydrogen bonds are influenced by magnetic fields which act directly on the hydrogen protons.

It may be that the change in the hydrogen precession frequency produced by magnetic fields somehow affects hydrogen bonding. That such a change occurs with the resultant production of minute radio signals has been known for over 100 years and is the basis for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Every cell in the body carries two copies of the DNA genetic code which may include the life span code. To reset this may require some sophisticated technology similar to MRT techniques. This is one subject for applied research that could be undertaken by the researchers in the future. Clearly experts in biophysics will be needed.

External Biological Clocks

Another type of biological clock that affects the aging process may be external to the body. If that is so, then the geomagnetic field might be involved. Planetary cycles and positions correlate with minute changes in Earth’s magnetic field which in turn affect our hormone production and brain wave patterns (See Chapter 1V in The Body Magnetic, for more details). Changes in the geomagnetic field have been shown to affect all living organisms. It’s possible that external magnetic cycles, such as the 84 year cycle of Uranus, could act upon sensitive cells or sect1ons of DNA winch have been set aside to act as biological clocks. If so, perhaps this clock, or clocks, could be reset by the application of specially constructed magnetic fields.

Hormone Production

Another proposed mechanism for aging is believed to be the decrease in specific hormones such as human growth hormone, DHEA, glyco and mineral corticoids, etc.

It is known that magnetic fields produced in the laboratory can increase the production of some hormones. It is presently not known if artificial magnetic fields can increase the production of DHEA or human growth hormone. Geomagnetic cycles, following planetary patterns, could act upon sensitive triggering cells or sections of DNA, or hormone master cells, which function as biological clocks. If so, they may perhaps be reset by the application of the proper magnetic forces. This is definitely another topic for experimental investigation.

Psychological Factors

Mind, or Intention, may have some effect on the biological clock as well as the application of artificial magnetic fields. An important part of the youthing process involves the frequent use of hypnosis, or more accurately de-hypnosis. Things can be done to help participants uncover and cancel preconscious beliefs about aging. For example, people often set themselves to die around the age that their parents died and program their bodies to become ill and cease functioning.

Youthing Procedures Using Magnetic Fields

Two steps may be necessary before attempting to reset the biological clocks (if there are such mechanisms) by applying magnetic fields to the whole body.

Step 1. The activity of each gland and organ in the body must be balanced.

Step 2. Any weak or injured parts of the body should be treated magnetically and by other means.

When those two aspects have been corrected, at least to some extent, then the whole body will be ready for magnetic reprogramming!

Step 3. Magnetic reprogramming may require treatment of the whole body with permanent and pulsed electromagnets. New technology may need to be designed. Meanwhile we can begin with the magnetic instruments and devices currently available, since we know they are effective for improving health and may be increasing life span, although this is not easily measured.

Additional Background Information

Research on Longevity of Laboratory Animals

At least five laboratory studies have been done on animals showing an increase in life span of about 30 per cent.

1)         Early studies on mice by Dr. S. Alexander of the North American Aviation Corporation showed decreased cancer susceptibility in mice and an increase in their life span up to 45% when they are treated with magnets (polarity, intensity, and duration unspecified in my abstract of this early study).

2)         Dr. Hajime Okae of Kyorin University, Tokyo kept mice in a magnetic field of 4200 gauss (polarity unspecified) for 59 days. After being removed from the magnetic field, they lived to an average age of 400 days, almost one-third longer than their typical life span of 308 days. In another test, he took blood samples of the magnetically treated mice and found that the red blood cells survived in culture for an average of 120 days, as opposed to those of untreated mice which only lived 70-100 days.

3)         In India, another researcher, using a different breed of mice, stated that they grew old in about 400 days, dying a few months later. Upon the appearance of aging symptoms, the mice were treated with a magnetic field of 3000 to 4200 gauss (polarity not specified) for one hour, morning and evening, daily for three or four months. They gained weight, became as active as before, and appeared 6 to 8 months old. A 250 day old mouse lived to an age of 615 days in good health after the treatment.

4)         Early pioneers in magnetism and health, Albert Davis and Walter Rawls, reported that mice and rats lived longer if exposed to the stimulating bio south magnetic pole and if they weren’t allowed to copulate. Davis and Rawls also claimed that mice exposed to the calming bionorth pole showed an increase in life span. In mature rodents, they found that exposure of the testicles to the stimulating biosouth polarity resulted in more sperm production, more sexual activity and a shorter life span.

Many other experiments were done be Davis and Rawls on chickens, worms, and other animals. All living organisms respond in a similar manner to magnetic fields. Similar experiments were done on plants with positive results on seed yield, vitality and growth. Biological activity is clearly enhanced by magnetic fields of the proper polarity. General principles and findings emerged and been replicated by other researchers.

5) For instance, two Chinese acupuncturists, Minda Hsu and Cbikuo Fong, reported an experiment on extending the life of tadpoles. Five of each were placed in water filled glass beakers. One beaker was treated with a magnetic field of 800 gauss (polarity not specified) and the other was not treated. No food was given to the tadpoles. The ones in the magnetically treated beaker lived an average of 27 days, compared to 21 days for the tadpoles that were not treated.

According to Hsu and Fong, mice placed in a cage shielded from Earth’s natural magnetism died sooner than a control group. It appears that our body benefits from presence of a magnetic field. It has been reported that astronauts have an artificial magnetic field constructed within the space capsule.

Plant Studies

Many studies indicate that magnetic treatments increase plant growth, though I don’t know of any on plant longevity. While I haven’t experimented on animals, other than myself, I found that two flowers grew twice as tall as a non treated control when treated continuously with the biosouth polarity. Wheat grass sprouts grew two inches tall in about five days compared with a non-stimulated control which scarcely sprouted during the same time (cool fall days).

One woman treated a house plant she thought had died with a Magnetic Power Pad. In days it began to sprout leaves again. The list could go for pages: plants thrive on increased magnetic force.

Magnetism and Humans

Magnetic treatments are routinely used in European, Asian, Indian, and Mexican health clinics. Only the United States lags in this area. Magnetic therapy is becoming commonplace. I believe it is effective because it works at the subatomic level, rather than the molecular, as do traditional allopathic medicines. Magnetic treatments also increase blood flow and thereby help many different ailments ranging from arthritis to cancer to smoothing wrinkles. Magnetic treatments are simple to use and seldom produce any side effects.

Dr. Kenneth MacLean (now deceased), founder of the Institute of Biomagnetics in New York, experimented on himself for many years, using a mechanically rotating permanent magnet. He was observed to look much younger than his chronological age and retained his youthful hair color into his 60’s. He also noticed that elderly people treated with his strong electromagnets showed a darkening of their white hair, got rid of cancer tumors, and became more energetic.

I recently met a man who knew Dr. MacLean and he affirmed that MacLean’s hair was indeed dark and that he looked and acted much younger than his years. My acquaintance also experienced the device and reported that it gave him an extraordinary amount of energy for hours after the treatment. We can now duplicate Dr. MacLean’s device with pulsing magnetic instruments.

As people age their hormone production declines. Recently, replacing these hormones has become a big business. Magnetic applications are easier to use and have very few side effects.


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