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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Sat Aug 04, 2018 1:14 am

'Deasatascador' Part 5-1

For those who are following the Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador, this is probably the most important part, because it gives guidance on how to remove magnetite already transferred from deposits to the bloodstream using the Desatascador to degauss walls of veins permitting adequate circulation. The following methods have been tried by the author, and their limitations discussed.


The recognized treatment for iron overload is phlebotomy, which is the regular extraction of blood from an arm. The recommended quantity removed is 500mL, twice a week. This is a high dose which is regarded as effective, but may require dedication for months or perhaps more than a year to complete and careful monitoring of the chemical makeup of the blood to ensure the immune system is not compromised. If used as a means to reduce magnetite from the blood, it is not the answer, for two reasons -

1. Magnetite, Fe3O4, formed into magnetosomes, is surrounded by a protective layer of bacteria that causes it to 'stick' to whatever surface it's in contact with.
2. Magnetosomes are ferromagnetic as well, and as a result are attracted to the extraction needle.

The author has tried a limited amount of phlebotomy, but because the benefits with MS were minimal, this was abandonned. The doctor recommended and tried a novel approach with both arms so that magnetite only was removed. Blood was transferred from one arm to the other, keeping one higher than the other, to ensure a pessure gradient, but because of a lack of fluidity for the reason of 2 above and fixed magnets to hold magnetite in an intervening tube,this also failed.
The prescence of magnetite was observed as very dark coloration in the blood as expected.
The situation of poor extraction due to the magnetite and a steel needle is improved considerably by holding the Desatascador above the needle and moving it sise to side.


If you drink cranberry juice it helps considerably to remove magnetosomes because it contains this chemical that softens the bacteria and causes them to lose grip and circulate with the blood.. My recommendation is to drink 1litre. every three days as follows-

Day 1, a third of the bottle.
Day 2, two thirds of a bottle.
Day 3, water only.

This way, the bottle is on ly open for two days, and doesn't need refridgeration.


This should be in addition to the usual teas and coffees etc. The more water that you drink throughout the day, the faster you will chelate. So don't limit this. I have read that magnetite at the trace level is added to both tap water and bottled, but less in tap water, so this is preferable to aid chelation.

Green Tea.

This contains the chemical EGCG 175 that has the capability of crossing the blood-brain-barrier and removing iron directly to the bloodstream. If these atoms are the 'seats' for passing magnetosomes, it's a bit like playing 'musical chairs' and reducing implantation, which has got to be a good thing.


It is not known if the regular consumption of garlic helps with chelation, but the author has got into the habit of eating a single tooth of garlic each morning with breakfast. He has not suffered with colds for two years! A cold or flu can often start a flare up with MS in his experience. Garlic capsules are expensive, so eat a tooth of garlic in three or four bites with cereals to prevent burning the roof of your mouth off!.....
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 12:07 am

'Deasatascador' Part 5.2

Once deposits of magnetite are removed by degaussing, using the desatascador, then circulation and effective chelation is possible but be warned of the following scenario which the author experienced as part of his own experimental treatment.


If you drink too much Cranberry juice and then attempt rapid chelation by say moving the desatascador rapidly and repeatedly from the top of your head to a level below the ears then you will probably start a chain reaction throughout the whole body, the total mass of magnetite moving in the bloodstream with each beat of the heart. This can be quite frightening and produces a buzzing sound which is quite audible even with the desatascador switched off. The sound heard follows each heartbeat and probably continues for more than an hour.
This has been a very good indictor, not only for the prescence of magnetite but also for the useful removal of such by proantocyanines

Sweeping up.

With circulation unhindered, you can then use the desatascador to drag magnetite back towards the heart, but because only a small amount is chelated by the kidneys from the lower aorta then this will take many repetitions. It's a bit like sweeping up rain water while it's still raining. To be consistent, try not to turn the desatascador over. To be certain of this, check with the 'home' position, already described, when in doubt.. To drag magnetosomes of the opposite polaeity, it is necessary to fit the batteries the opposite way round to the 'legend', so that it spins anticlockwise and in the 'home' position the pin should now face to your left. Gradually the quntity of magnetite will lessen and your MS symptoms too.
The time taken for this will chiefly depend on the quantity of overload in the first place which may in turn depend on your age and the time you have had the condition.

Let the dog see the rabbit

Chelation of havy metals, of which iron and thereforre magnetite is just one, is happening all the time, automatically, but it does not enable adequate chelation when an overload is apparent. Magnetite, we read, like iron, is stored chiefly in the liver, and spleen, but by use of the desatascador, you will find the greatest store appears to be the shoulders. Such maybe harmless but in our modern lives, some can be transferred to the brain via the bloodstream. This magnetite can cause demyelination once assembled as magnetosomes each surrounded by bacteria which in some way to include a propulsion system and thus define each as North seeking or South seeking type.
We read that the kidneys will only chelate about 2mg of iron each day, but the author has found that by directing magnetite to both kidneys in an ordered fashion and drinking much water the amount chelated is increased considerably. This, though not measured scientifically, but by listening directly to the sound produced by the desatascador when in contact with the outside of a plastic bottle containing a urine sample./

Only for the birds

Magnetosomes, we read, are used by migrating birds for navigation purposes. They act as a three dimensional compass that supplies their brain with three pieces of information,two for bearing from the North-South meridian for direction, and one from the angje of dip, for distance.
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:33 am

. Since they can find the same nest, year in and year out, after flying 4000km, and without Google Maps! I am quite sure this is a very precise system indeed.. We read that humans do not possess this skill at the moment, but possibly in the future, we will, who knows. At least one other diseaes, Altzheimers, has been linked to magnetosomes, but no mention is made of MS.

'Marmite soldiers'

When we were very young, and still enjoying such, we were blissfully unaware that we started to have 'magnetite shoulders' We read that the body stores magnetite like other excess iron, chiefly in the liver and spleen, but as Wilson, in his paper about iron overload, describes very aptly, that forms of iron oxide, of which magnetite is just one, are BIOUNAVAILABLE and awaiting chelation to remove them from the body, then we should have no doubt that they have no further function for humans.

Natural chelation.

If no action is taken, some of this excess will be chelated as it passes for the kidneys, eitherside of the lower aorta, but this will be hindered if the individual has narrow veins and – or sleeps in a predominant North-South direction. This is because the magnetosomes are 20-30 X long than they are wide and naturally prefer to face in a North-South direction as a compass needle, which is how birds that migrate find their direction. If, in addition the individual sleeps on a non-steel sprung mattress, it likely encourages bunching which is not helpful for chelation. If the overload is high and the body is still producing magnetite, this may never reduce.
So, sleep on a steel sprung matress, and in an East-West direction .

Forced renal chelation, FRG.

The author has found that if the magnetite is deliberately directed from the aorta into the million or so capillaries that supply each kidney then this process can be speeded up. To do this he has found two further positions for the Desatascador in addition to the 'home' position already described.
Pos. 2. From the 'home' position, rotate the Desatascador in the clockwise direction, so that it lies horizontally, the motor should still be above the kidneys. The pin should be facing your chin. Do not turn the Desatascador over. The magnetite is then directed in the direction of it's handle into the left kidney as you see it. Adjust the position so that the raucas vibration is at it's loudest....
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Tue Aug 21, 2018 12:45 am

...As with the 'home' position, it may be most effective if the Desatascador is moved up and down the aorta about three inches.
Pos. 3. Likewise from the 'home' position. You can rotate the Desatascador in the anticlockwise direction xo that it is again horizontal, the pin will now face in the direction of your feet and magnetite will be forced into the kidney to the right, as you see it.
The vibrational sound you hear will probably be quite different for the positions 2 and 3. The author belives this is in part due to the magnetosome type, North seeking or South seeking, and in part due to the direction you are facing.

Note that if magnetosomes of the opposite polarity are being targetted by the user, it is best to fit the batteries in the opposite way round to the legend. This will cause the motor to spin anticlockwise. The pin needs to face to the left in the 'home' position but the the magnetosomes will still be directed in the direction of the handle. When turning the whole Desatascador to position 2 and 3 the pin in each case will be in the opposite direction. This is of course correct!

You will soon find that one side of the Desatascador makes more vibrational noise than the other. This is surely because it favours magnetosomes of the opposite polarity. Although knowing the direction North, don't assume that any point in the treatment, these are North seeking type because we read that they can swap their polarity sometimes! The more noise, the better!
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Wed Aug 22, 2018 2:35 am

Getting quieter.

You will notice a gradual reduction in sound level as magnetite molecules are chelated. This is a good indication, but don't be confused with the reduction of volume due to the batteries wearing out. The formation of magnetosomes is probably due in part to the density of magnetite molecules, but don't quote me on that. You could also consider that the number of molecules in each magnetosome could be less.
This rings alarm bells in that their mass would be less and hence their resonant frequency higher just as a short pendulum has a higher natural frequency than a long one. In the brain, therefore, resonance at power line frequency might be encouraged where no previous virational damage was occuring. This is a reason for placing steel wirewool in the pillow during hours of sleep to virtually eliminate the tiny stray fields that could otherwise cause demyelination

More is less

It is reasonable to assume that if the surrounding electromagnetic field is high enough, then demyelination itself will not occur because the magnetosomes will immediately break up into individual molecules and be 'washed away' by the bloodstream.
Consider a stack of childs building bricks, or try it. Ten such blocks for example, They are held in place by gravity in this case.
A very small vibration applied to the top brick is transmitted to the surface on which they are standing, from brick to brick. If, however, the vibration is too high, then the tower will simply collapse.
Or consider a pneumatic road drill that is designed to operate with an air pressure of 7 bar. If the air pressure is increased to 70 bar, it will not drill a hole in the road ten times quicker but will simply be 'blown apart'!.
As was explained earlier, the reason that more women than men have MS is probably the effect of the stray electromagnetic field from a modern day handheld hairdrier operated around the shoulders because it encourages magnetite into the brain. By the same thinking, this MS is likely to be the relapsing remitting variety because magnetosomes are destroyed when the hairdrier is close to the head.


This does NOT cause deyelination because the frequency of the electromagnetic field is very high indeed and therefore cannot cause vibation of whole magnetite molecules. Instead it causes the electrons within molecules to alter their spin. Light reflected from these is recorded by the machine to establish the molecular presence.
Again consider a pendulum. It will not start to swing by itself if the exciting frequncy is too high. It needs to be close to the natural frequency. The mathematics of such are rather fierce, so no attempt to repeat them here. The greatest effect on this vibration is what is called 'damping', z, and in the case of the blood, is due to it's fluidity.

Horses for courses.

Here is a list of what the author believes are the effects of some electromagnetic sources at 50 or 60Hz around us in our everyday lives.-

1. Background 'smog' < 3milligauss. Can cause demyelination during sleep, stationary.
2. Wiring errors '' '' ''
3. sleeping on a waterbed < 7miligauss '' ''
4. Use of household appliances. CanNOT cause demyelination but can transfer magnetite to the brain due to blocked veins if too near to shoulders.
5. Desatascador. < 50miligauss at around 30 Hz with new batteries. CanNOT cause demyelination with normal use as described because the electrommagnetic field is moving all the time.
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:58 am

Desatascador part 6

Practical degaussing and cheation

In this section the author describes in detail, how to use the deatascador and what improvements the user can expect.
The first thing to note is you are about to embark on treatment on yourself using an unproven and unpublished protocol and as such, the author cannot accept responsibility for any adverse effects experienced by the user. There will be, without doubt, unwanted effects, and the section following in part 7 is dedicated to the author's experience in this respect.

The Desatascador, though it is only powered by two AA batteries and therefore appears quite harmless, is very powerful presented to magnetosomes which themselves are nanoparticles. A million magnetite molecules side by side would occupy 1mm!

Think as to magnetite deposits in the brain like the ice-cap. Holding the Desatascador in contact with the scalp will slowly 'melt' these, the rate depending on the time it is held in contact, the distance from the Desatascador, and the size of the deposit. Since the latter two are probably out of our control, a degree of experimentation is necessary and modification to the first addressed as treatment progresses. If too much is returned to the bloodstream at once, the kidneys will not be able to chelate this and the 'sea level' rise, so to speak. This may cause many new symptoms to appear but thankfully this is temporary and not due to fresh demyelination.
Put steel wirewool in your pillow during sleep only. It will slowly attract magnetite to the wider vens AND it will protect against further demyelination whilst it is doing so. Remove it when you wake, because it will hinder circulation and chelation. Try this as a regular protocol before using the Desatascador anywhere on your head.

Once all of a deposit is removed, then healing of the site is possible by taking a Vitamin B complex containing B6 and B11. This can be bought from a pharmacy without prescription. Here in Spain it is called 'Hydroxyl'. Follow the instructions for dosage etc. Take at breakfast time. I suggest that you take one tablet a day for say five days and then leave it for several weeks

It is important to 'master' the art of chelation first, since this will be the principle route out of the body for magnetite. You can allow the body to chelate on its own, naturally, for which you do nothing, or you can do as I do and recline for sleep in an East-West direction. This is ONLY because magnetosomes are ferromagnetic and orientate themselves, therefore, in a North-South direction like compass needles.
If you look at a 'map' of the blood flow around the kidneys, you will see two renal arteries that branch from the descending aorta. They carry only a small percentage of the aortic flow and therefore are the first line of defence to prevent kidney overload which may cause these organs to shut down temporaily or in serious overload conditioons, fail completely. The author has found that by using the desatascador, it is possible to increase the uptake of magnetite by the renal arteries without serious effects to the kidneys.
This is achieved by holding the motor of the desatascador at a point approximately above the kidneys, with the handle FACING your chin, and the pin to the RIGHT. Check also it is then turning CLOCKWISE. If not, the batteries are the wrong way round!. I call this the 'home' position.
The rotating magnetic field is like a large spoked wheel that for nanoparticles is probably effective even 20 cm from the centre of rotation, so will certainly reach the aorta.
If you don't believe this, try lifting the desatascador from your body whikst it is operating. The vibrational sound will only slowly change. Any sound which doesn't change at all is due to the contnual exposure to the magnetite, which will gradually effect the permanent magnets of the motor. For a time, this may stop when the desatascador is switched off and left to one side for even as little as 20 seconds. During this time the magnets may 'heal' themselves but eventually the motor will be noisy as soon as it is switched 'on' away from the body.
This is an indication that the permenant magnets are starting to 'wear out' and eventually the desatascador will fail, but there are many hours of effective use before then.......
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby ElliotB » Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:24 pm


It appears I have been using the Desatascador with the device in the wrong direction and that the video I posted is incorrect. Although I have the pin facing to the right, I have the battery compartment facing downwards towards my feet. In rereading Gristy56's instructions, it appears I have misinterpreted Gristy56's original instructions:

"Lie on your bed. Place the Desatascador on your stomach so that it is central, the motor is roughly above your kidneys, the handle is pointing towards your chin and most importantly the pin to your right as you see it. This I will call the 'home' position and you would do well to learn it. I assume you have fitted the batteries according to the 'legend' and the pin spins clockwise....."

I have asked Gristy56 to review the video. I believe the video is INCORRECT as I have the handle facing down and it should be facing up and I will update it accordingly. Sorry for the error. I have arranged to update/correct the video and will have that done soon.

Please be sure when using the Desatascador that the battery compartment faces up while the pin points to the right.
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby NHE » Sat Aug 25, 2018 6:21 pm

Magnetic fields are three dimensional. I'm having a hard time imaging why rotating the field on its axis should make a difference.
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Sun Aug 26, 2018 2:13 am

Yes, strictly, the video is incorrect but some benefit will be achieved either way round. To explain. The Desatascador is not symetrical magnetically. On one side the fixed magnet is a North pole and the other side a South pole. Which is which could be found out with a compass with the device switced OFF. I have not done this myself but I believe the side to the right when you hold the device upright and the pin is facing you and the handle is downwards is a South pole. If so it will slightly push away the compass needle. The other side will slightly attract the needle indicating it's a North pole. Try it if you like. Your chance to prove me wrong!

This is the reason for the different sound produced when the device is turned over. I believe that North seeking magnetosomes of which we read there are more of in the northern hemisphere are attracted to south pole magnets by their tail in the blood. This provides a 'stretching' force against their anchorage to the myelinn or vein wall. The rotation of the motor provides a 30Hz vibration of the magnetic field to break them up into individual molecules so they are washed away in the bloodstream.
With the North pole facing downwards, they are 'flattened' making them hard to break.
Think about a reaon for using gel or fom when wet shaving!

If you understand this you can mark the plastic with a 'cross' next to the pin but dont make the mistake I made and use a felt pen. The ink contains iron and will turn into a circle right around the pin, even when dry and the motor switched 'on'
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:49 am

The side of the Desatascador used should not be confused with the direction of spin which is quite separate. It just so happens because of the design of the motor that with the pin to the right, then the spin is clockwise and the handle will always point in the direction you want the magnetite to move. All the veins eventually lead to the heart. So, therefore, without turning the desatascador over, you can slide it to anywhere on your body, irrespective of the direction of the pin.

As a general rule of thumb the handle faces your chin at a level below the heart ie your legs and faces your feet at any level above the heart. You can turn it around, just don't turn it over. Does that make sense? In the case of your arms, the handle will face your shoulders turning through 90 degrees at the shoulders and again at 90 degrees just before the rising aorta to point towards your feet. Note therefore that for the horizontal movement along the collar bone then the direction of the pin will be UP from the right shoulder and DOWN from the left shoulder.OK? To further complicate the issue the converse is true if the batteries are fitted in reverse and in the 'home' position the pin faces the left but still the handle will point the direction of the movement of the magnetite, at all times.
This is intended to target South seeking magnetosomes.

This all seems rather complicated so far as your video is concerned, so I suggest that if you wish to correct it now that you only show the North seeking case because I am currently exploring a far easier protocol that uses the desatascador slightly differently to eliminate all types of magnetosome irrespective of their polarity without changing the polarity of the batteries but I want to see the results first.
So, a few more days please! It will no doubt be added to section 6 that I'm currently working on.
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:50 am

….....The success rate of this treatment almost certainly depends on your age and how long you have had MS because magnetite is usually produced in the body as a form of defence to protect young cells which are vulnerable to excess iron. Normally this magnetite is chelated but if you have narrow veins this is hampered and so deposits are produced. As has already been stated, the biggest deposit is in your shoulders, found by moving the desatascador around all the body and listening for the raucas vibration.

In order to avoid complication, do the following. Lay the desatascador along the collar bone, with the handle to the right and the pin facing your feet on your left shoulder. Slowly slide it to the right,turning the handle towards your feet just before the rising aorta.Repeat many ttimes and listen to the sound made.
You will drag magnetite towards the 'superior vena cava'. This will flow back towards the heart. Immediately, transfer the Desatascador to either position 2 or 3 on the lower aorta to encourage magnetite into the left or right kidney, your choice. Use this position for chelation at least until you next pass water. The thinking here, is that if the Desatascador is swapped to the otherside, it will probably pull some or all the magnetite back into the aorta from the first side.
Move the Desatascador up and down the aota about 3 inches, rapidly . The author doesn't know whether more magnetite is chelated this way or not. It may be just psychological, but do it anyway. If you think of this part of the aorta like a colander used to filter water from cooking frozen peas and the magnetite as uncooked rice grains, then if you throw a handful of rice into the colander, sure some will fall through the holes, if you shake the colander, more will fall through!
With the Desatascador back on your left shoulder, try twisting the body of the Desatascador, so that the pin is vertical away from you. The rotating magnetic field will now also rotate in the horizontal plane.
Note that in this position it would still be attractive to magnetite and now there is very little diffeence between North seeking and South seeking magnetosomes. The main difference is there is no direction component to move the magnetite in the direction of blood flow. In stead, the rotating field will be like a vortex to lift magnetite on the spot, and push it out by a centrifugal force, the blood flow alone causing it to move along the veins.
This is particularly useful, as the magnetite is chelated reducing the density of molecules that would otherwise rapidly produce new magnetosomes You can drag the magnetite by following the route of the veins to the heart and contnuing to the descending aorta in the same hand movement. Remember that the blood flow is very quick!

Dotting the i's and crossing the t's.

So, that's a very pedestrian operation for removal of deposits, and from experience you would do well to follow this to the letter. Use anywhere on the body but particularly on articulations like the hips, knees, ankles etc. Because chelation is only effective for a fraction of the aortic flow, it will be necessary to repeat this many times.

Now you're in for a treat!

If you drag the magnetite you have degaussed, as quickly as possible to say, position 3, as previously defined, rapidly as your hand will permit, and listen to the sound produced, you will hear the lessening of the vibration as the level of magnetite reduces. Continue this, if you can, until there is no noise.

Silence is Golden!

When there is no sound, you have completely eliminated magnetite from this part of your body. Now, because the blood flow is in a series of loops, both in the upper and lower circuits, it will be necessary to treat each with this action but because the magnetite is reduced with each, it should become easier. In other words, treating the left leg will probably have already started to reduce the magnetite in the right leg and so on.
If you find that part of the veinal system is still noisy, it is because you have not degaussed sufficiently. Hold the Desatascador for several minutes on this section or articulation, then try again.

No gain without pain.

Because you are moving magnetite from one part of the body to another, you can expect 'nerve pain'. This is, in my case, muscle spasms or cramp or both! at the same time! Bear it, if you can. It is only a phase in the healing process.

Keep it up.

Continue with this action as necessary. The author has found that not only, a steel sprung mattress facing East-West is the right choice for circulation and chelation, but reclining on your back for treatment works best. Circulation is further improved if the feet are raised by putting a suitcase, or similar underneath the mattress at the feet end. This will also help you to reach each foot in turn by lifting the heel over the opposite knee, without the help of another.
If 'doing' a straight leg raise, fills you with fear, then from lying on your back with both legs straight, try lifting them both in turn. It may be impossible. But now degauss and chelate both thighs in turn and it will start to become easier.

Hip hip hooray!

Now continue across both hip joints, and suddenly it will become so light. Drag magnetite away from your hips with rapid strokes up each of your sides and immediately transfer to the kidneys as you have been doing.

Degaussing the head.....
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby David1949 » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:18 pm

I hear the most vibration when The handle is facing away from me and the pin is pointing up. Should I use it in this position?

Question; if I take a few drops of my blood and float them on water should they be attracted to a magnet?
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Fri Aug 31, 2018 12:11 am

I do not know regarding the direction of the handle but I think more noise initially is better! Try moving the desatascador in very raapid strokes from say your left shoulder to your kidneys. When I do this the vibration becomes quieter rapidly, suggesting to me at least that magnetite is being chelaated. Let me know.
With regard to floating blood, probably yes but that I haven't tried. If you want to understand how magnetite in tiny electromagnetic field causes de myelination then read and act upon my post entitled 'The balloon experiment'. The result is hard to believe!
Good luck!
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby gristy56 » Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:00 am

….... The brain is slightly different in that blood vessels are in close proximity to the axons, both surrounded by myelin. The myelin is a very thin layer made up of 'lipids' and easily damaged by the electromagnetic vibration of magnetosomes that stand on its surface aligned by the lines of the Earth's magnetic field. This, the author believes, is the reason for demyelination but at this point in time is still contrary to popular ideas.
The head is degaussed by moving the Desatascador from the highest point on the scalp in a series of lines right through the level of the neck to the heart, and listening. The vibration heard will gradually reduce.
If reclined on your bed, you should remove steel wirewool from the pillow or it will hinder this.
Take care not to injure yourself with the 'pin' of the Desatascador when close to your eyes.
If a particular area is always noisy, as it was for the author, it may be that veins draining these areas are constricted at the side of the neck due to the aural canals which themselves are partially blocked.
It is worth seeing your doctor and having your ears syringed, even if your hearing is adequate!This is the only medical intervention recommended.
It is common to have a lession or lessions on the spinal cord. For this, you can wedge the Desatascador between your head and pillow,but limit the time to say 5 minutes. DO NOT FALL ASLEEP WITH THE DESATASCADOR IN THIS POSITION.
If you have Tinitus, ringing in the ear, this is due to magnetite in the blood passing the extremely sensitive nerve Hold the rotating Desatascador to the ear for just a few seconds. Any magnetite will be instantly removed and silence resumed.
This may only last for a short time because the blood flowing still contains magnetite but the sound will gradually get quieter as more magnetite is chelated.
If you have problems with your vision, these behave similarly, in that they can be almost eliminated in a few seconds. The difficulty here is to know where to position the Desatascador for maximum effect. If truth be known, it probably needs treatment both around eye muscles and the spinal cord, but you can only discover that by experimentation, on yourself.

Try this out

Having removed permanent blockages around your body by degaussing, you will without doubt have increased the magnetite in the bloodstream. This has been likened to making the sea level rise by melting the ice cap. How much, this represents, depends on the number of deposits and the volume of such, and will vary a great deal from one sufferer to the next.
If you have suffered from MS for many years you will exacerbate symptoms until this magnetite is removed completely by chelation. Phlebotomy is an option but huge levels of extraction are necessary as has already been noted.
The alternative is to use the Desatascador for FRC in an ordered fashion that enables you to monitor your progress . The following is an example used by the author but you can design your own if preferred.

Lie on a steel sprung mattress facing East-West with your feet slightly raised. Watch a television at the feet end if possible. Remove any steel wirewool that you may have put in your pillow for the hours of sleep. Place the desatascador in pos. 1 with the motor above your kidneys. Now twist the handle through 90 degrees so that the pin is facing the ceiling. The sound will probably increase much because you have produced a vortex that will spin apart both North seeking and South seeking magnetosomes into their component magnetite molecules.
It is now largely unimportant the direction of the handle, so rotate the Desatascador to suit whether you are right or left handed. Still move it up aand down the aorta to increase these molecules finding the capillaries leading to the kidneys. Those that don't immediately, may produce the bow wave and be chelated moments later, but some will continue in the aortic flow at high speed and appear in the lower limbs. This may present as a 'pricking' sensation at various locations of the legs and feet but is nothing to worry about.
Maintain in this position for about 10 seconds. Then immediately to your left thigh. Rapidly, move it up and down between hip and knee and side to side to cover as much veinal area as possible, for about 10 seconds and then to the right thigh before returning to the aorta.. Do exactly the same with the sshoulders but this time having moved the desatascador around follow the direction of the veins back to the aorta. Repeat this as many times as you are able. If possible, drink about one third of a litre of Cranberry juice prior to the treatment session. If not, water.

If after this treatment, you sit in the upright position, perhaps on the side of the bed to eat a meal or use your computer, then after a while attempting to recline again may cause you to experience a large amount of leg pain, particularly in the groin region, this because unchelated magnetite is unable to circulate adequately. In this case first you will have to recline as before, but this time, with your legs bent so that your knees are facing the ceiling. Now you can use the Desatascador in the same way but on your hip joints and repeatedly drag magnetite up both your sides,before moving up and down the aorta many times and you will hear it lessen, gradually....
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Re: Multiple Sclerosis Desatascador

Postby David1949 » Mon Sep 03, 2018 11:35 am

Are magnetosomes in the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) as well as the blood? I recall a study done a few years ago. Scientists took CSF from MS patients and injected it into the brains of mice. The CSF from RRMS patients did nothing to the mice. But the mice that were injected with CSF from PPMS and SPMS patients developed demyelinating lesions in their brains. This suggests to me that at least in the case of PPMS and SPMS there is something in the CSF that attacks myelin. Could it be magnetosomes?
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