What Magnets Are
– Disclaimer –
All of the information here is based on years of study and research compiling various sources. I will try and reference as much as possible but more than likely it will be too far gone to remember where I found the info. Also a lot of terminology needs to be invented to replace existing words but for now I will have to use common understanding terms, i.e.: pressure and heat will be misunderstood as something other than a purely magnetic reaction. There is a lot to take in and a lot of old information to unlearn. Keep an open mind and the more you read the more it will all make sense.
– Welcome –
Magnets are a very important part of our universe. You could say they are the reason we have a universe in the first place. If you removed them everything would become lifeless and void.
Magnets are more than just a piece of metal with two poles. If you consider the fact that you can magnetize or demagnetize a piece of iron and choose where the poles will go, shows you that the magnetism and the iron are two different things. The other thing to consider is that every element in nature is affected by magnetism in one way or another. With simple logic you can deduce that if magnets can affect everything, then everything must be related to magnetism in some way.
So what are magnets then? Contrary to modern theories, magnets are actually two individual solid particles of opposite polarity. One is masculine and the other is feminine in nature (north and south, positive and negative, etc.). This basically means they are different in one way but similar in most others. How are they similar? They are equal in size, they cannot be destroyed or broken into smaller pieces, they are the smallest physical things in existence. The way they differ is in the way they interact with one another. The north magnets are attracted to the south magnets and the south magnets are attracted to the north magnets, exactly like a bar magnet behaves. When two magnets of the same polarity come close together they push each other away (very elementary stuff but necessary to lay down the foundations). Another vital behavior they have is how they react when you apply pressure. It appears that the more you apply pressure to a magnetic particle, the more they react by generating a counter force that is equal in pressure.
One gentleman by the name of Pier Luigi Ighina claimed to have observed and experimented directly with atoms using the lenticular microscope which he invented and built. He conducted countless experiments with atoms and even photographed one. Pier also created his own periodic table of the elements which had a different order based on the natural vibrational frequency of the atom. There is tons of info about this man and I recommend further study if you are interested in the magnetic nature of things.
While Pier was conducting one of his studies on atoms, a magnet fell off the table and passed by his experiment. He watched as tiny flashes of light and lightning occurred around the atoms as the magnet fell past. This sparked his curiosity and he decided to investigate farther. He added more magnification to his lenticular microscope and looked even closer at the atoms. What he observed were particles that behave like magnets but were individual entities. He also explained their properties and behaviors which makes perfect working sense. There will be more about this great man later in this blog I’m sure and Pier is not the only one who shares this description of magnets.
Edward Leedskalnin was a Latvian inventor whom moved to the United States and built the Coral Castle in Homestead Florida. If you are unfamiliar with this person or place you should research them for sure. He also believed that the only particles in nature that give energy to the universe are magnetic particles that are the base of the cosmic force. He constructed the entire Coral Castle, a monument carved out of 1100-tons of coral limestone, by himself and mostly at night without the aid of heavy machinery. One of his largest stones is estimated to weigh 30-tons and he is also credited with having erected a 28-foot high 30-ton obelisk overnight. He didn’t even believe in electricity the way modern theories explain it. Leedskalnin provided a few books and experiments attempting to prove his ideas and even tried to invent the Perpetual Motion Holder (PMH) but was denied the patent on the grounds of it being too similar to another patent. The PMH is an amazing, amazing, amazing invention and everyone should play with one at least once in their lifetime. This device is all he used in constructing the Coral Castle, as he would explain it and would be the solution for all the energy problems in the world. This may not be too farfetched.
These are just two of many great inventors and experimenters that the world will never recognize as greatness because they have been obscured into the shadows of the history by others. I hope to bring to light their works and share the information with the world again. There are many sources of information out there about this topic but it is very hard to find and it’s even far more rare to find a person who truly understands these principals who can write about it.
Just a quick recap:
- There are two individual magnetic particles in nature, one North and the other South.
- They are equal in strength and magnitude.
- Opposite magnets attract while like magnets repel each other.
- When you put pressure on a magnet it will generate an equal amount of energy to counter the force.
- Magnets are indestructible and indivisible matter.
- Magnets are the smallest pieces matter observed by man. 200,000,000 times smaller then atoms.
Look forward to more on this in later posts.