(see the « Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador » thread under General Discussion by gristy56) damage to the myelin sheath exhibited in MS « is caused by the tiny electromagnetic vibration of magnetosomes that are standing on the myelin supported by the Earths magnetic field. » Thus is explained the well known Latitude factor in MS epidemiology. The closer to the poles, the greater the risk of developing MS. « Yes the angle of 'dip' sets the angle to the lines of the Earths magnetic field at any lattitude. The angle of 'dip' at the poles is 90 degrees. Both the velocity of magnetosomes and the abrasion with the myelin depend therefore on the mathematical sine of the angsle of dip at the lattitude under consideration. Therefore the quantity of damage is dependant on the sine squared. It also depends on the quantity of magnetite, i.e. the molecular mass at the point of demyelination. Finally. it depends on the stength of electromagnetic field at say 50Hz. If it is too high it will break up magnetosomes into individual molecules which will be returned to the blood. »
Simon has introduced the earth’s magnetic field as a prime factor impacting humans who develop MS.
He proposes the use of a small, cheap, hand held fan which produces an electromagnetic field of 50Hz to eliminate magnetite (Fe3O4) from the body. The idea is to use the fan as a magnet to break up iron magnetite deposits and draw them into the bloodstream as magentosomes, to then direct the magnetosomes through the blood stream, down the aorta and eventually through the kidneys where they will be chelated before being excreted in the urine.
He continues ; « I state once again the contributing factors I believe affect the process of what we call MS.
1. An overload of magnetite, whether ingested or produced by the body.
2. Narrow veins that hinder circulation and chelation.
3. Accumulation in the brain as magnetosomes in the direction of the angle of dip of the Earth's magnetic field.
4. Physical vibration of these due to tiny stray electromagnetic fields at a point or points like a pneumatic road drill, The angle subtended with the myelin thus varies as 0 degrees at the equator increasing to 90 degrees at either pole. The frictional abrasion is thus multiplied by the mathematical 'sine' of this angle, if the magnetosomes are stationary. Hence, zero at the equator, incresing to 1 at either pole.
Women may have less iron overload, but this is outweighed by the transfer to the brain by the repetitive use of larger and larger hairdryers that radiate more than 1000 milligauss at
Just to add - Scotland is worse for all three reasons
1. The angle of 'dip' is high
2. The quantity of magnetite is high due to inheritance from the Vikings.
3. Background electromagnetic fields are high due to the prescence of all but one of the UK's power stations. »
Zambonis original thinking is the right answer for the wrong reason. Cerebal blood flow is very important in MS, but the real problem is blockages of magnetite in the shoulders and not the juggler veins. The largest veins returning fromm the arms meet these as a 'venturi' in the superior cava. If the flow of blood is restricted here, then there is insufficient 'pull' on the cerebal blood flow from the brain and some of the blockage is transferred here as well.
In the brain, it is just like a ribbon typewriter when the ribbon jams. Tiny electromagnetic fields cause magnetosomes of magnetite supported by th Earths magnetic field to hammer up and down at power line frequency and thus produce holes.
The answer is to break these magnetosomes up into magnetite molecules and cause them to flow away using the 'Desatascador'. It's not rocket science. It's simple physics! with a bit of trigonometry!...
In this case, the magnetism is due to chains of magnetite molecules, which are ferro-magnetic and are generally a single molecule in width and twenty to thirty molecules in length. These are found in the blood en route to the kidneys for chelation and elimination from the body as for humans they have no importance. They are called magnetosomes and are surrounded by bacteria.
Here we have the first problem. If the individual has narrow veins, they are not chelated well but the body stores them instead.
Because they are magnetic, they behave like the magnetic needle of a compass facing North-South. Therefore, sleeping in this direction for much time further hinders chelation because the capillaries to the kidneys are thus in an East-West direction. Admittedly, the length of each magnetosome is still in nano meters and the width of such a capillary is 4 or 5 micrometers so
the capillaries are about 1000 times wider but with the speed of arterial blood in the aorta versus laminar flow in both the aorta and the capillaries, this hindrance is expected.
The solution is too sleep in the East-West direction… »
Back to me at «MS Cure Enigmas ». What struck me in particular is the idea that magnetosomes are surrounded by bacteria which may « stick » to the veins as the blood circulates. Can this be a factor in the obstruction of blood flow in the brain’s descending veins ? Simon’s solution is to ingest Cranberry juice, the same substance I’ve taken to treat/prevent cystitus because the bacteria, unable to adhere to the bladder’s parois, wash out with the urine. (About 2 years ago, to prevent cystitus, I ingested so much cranberry powder dissolved in water that my bladder and rectum became terribly inflamed. It took awhile to recover and I’ve not wanted to try it again.)
Simon has « invented » the « desatascador », an inexpensive, easy to buy and use « magnet » to eliminate the magnetosomes from his body by breaking up the concentrated magnetite and directing them through the aorta to the kidneys where they will be chelated and excreted in the urine. (Relive the childhood delight of using a magnet to move iron filings around. It’s magic !)
He is convinced he can heal his MS using this tool. He knows he has a very high iron load in his body which triggered off airport security alarms when he was 15. His blood exhibits a very dark colour suggesting iron and he has tried using blood phlebotomy to reduce it. ElliotB, who made a video to demonstrate to other MSers the use of the tool, has enjoyed a marked improvement in his vision. (In fact this appears to be a consistent improvement after use of the desatascador. It implies indeed that the minute magnetosomes have damaged the myelin conducting nerve impulses to the eyes.)
How would I revise my thinking given this revolutionary idea ? I believe my own recent problems originate in my back and possible pressure/obstruction on the cerebro-spinal fluid. I believe progression in general originates in body structure obstruction of CNS fluids by bones, muscles, ligaments, muscles. I don’t know how the magnetite could be a factor. If the magnetite is blocked because of structure, this could suggest an added factor. In fact all the venous/blood flow problems could be exacerbated by blocked magnetosomes ? Could a magnetite/magnetosome log jam trigger off venous spasms to obstruct blood flow ? Will Simon’s proposed treatment overcome blocked blood flow ?
I’ll describe the tool Simon has « invented » to deguass the body of magnetite in my next blog post. You can read about it yourself by consulting ThisisMS.com. I asked my kinesiologist to muscle test a personalized treatment for me. She gave me a 4 day treatment after which I’ll follow more or less his suggestions. She believes my problems are mostly structural which will limit the effectiveness of the deguassing treatment.
Simon makes no claims, it’s up to everyone to take their own responsibility in the matter. Also to understand this a bit better than I’ve been able to explain it.
Check out magnetite and magnetosomes on Wikipedia. Environmental pollution of magnetite may be a factor in neurogenerative diseases (like MS ?)
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