Friday, May 13, 2005

Magnetic Therapy

Magnetic Therapy is a modality coming out of the occult.  The only type of divine healing is through Jesus Christ of Nazareth. 

You might find relief while using magnetic therapy but it does not cure.  It might cure for a short time, but the problem comes back because the spiritual root cause is not being dealt with. 

For example, if a person has authritis, it is usually an issue with bitterness.  Bitterness, according to the word of God is gall.  Gall is a poison and it effects the body creating disease issues. 

History or background of Magnet Therapy

Magnetic Therapy - Practitioners use devices such as magnetic wrist bands and beds to treat illness....The use of magnets can be traced to ancient Greeks, Egyptian and Chinese doctors...Modern magnetic therapy can be traced to Viennese physician Franz Anton Mesmer.

Magnetic therapy is also known as magnetotherapy or biomagnetic therapy. According to magnetic therapy practitioners iron atoms in the red corpuscles of the blood respond to magnetism. When a magnet is placed on the patients body blood flow through the area is enhanced. This is claimed to improve the supply of oxygen to cells, stimulate the metabolism and help in the elimination of waste products.

A large variety of products such as straps, mattresses, shoe insoles, pillows and car seat covers are available. Super magnets are supposed to emit a higher magnetic force and should be placed on specific parts of the body often over lymph nodes or acupuncture points. There are also devices that emit pulsating fields at specific frequencies aimed at certain areas of body tissue.

People perish from lack of knowledge.  I know I tried magnetic therapy by sleeping on a special matress cover.  I would get out of bed and run into the wall.  It started messing with my polars.  When I stopped using the matress, my symptoms disappeared.

I used to have arthritis and when a dealth with the spiritual root cause, bitterness, through forgiveness, my symptoms went away and I don't have any problems with it. 

by: Traci Morin

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