Desatascador An informal, totally unscientific 'test'

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Post by gristy56 » 3 weeks ago

I know that it's been a long time since I last posted on the subject of the Desatascador. From it's use I wanted others to know that it is still reducing MS by eliminating magnetite and I have made two further observations which I hope are useful.
1. When the blood is free of magnetite, the motor of the Desatascador will start to rattle inside the housing,when it is moved rapidly side to side. This is thus very positive. It could mean that you have successfully removed all the magnetite in your system or at least further magnetite may now be added by degaussing the head, say. Either way, it is very encouraging. The reason being that the motor can move, now not being attracted to the blood itself.

2. The second observation reffers to a point made in the original post, for which the reason was not made clear. It is important to degauss the shoulders which are certainly the biggest deposit. The brain is normally evacuated of magnetite by the vacuum produced by the blood flowing back towards the heart from the arms via the shoulders. If the veins are clogged partly by magnetite in the shoulders, although blood is drawn from the brain, the magnetite in the brain may be moving very slowly or even stationary for periods of time when demyellination can occur. This like the jammed ribbon of a ribbon typewriter already described in the original post.
To degauss the braain and shoulders at the same time, it is important to recreate this vacuum. This is acheived by moving the Desatascador in rapid handstrokes so that the motor moves from the shoulder to the centre, a point below the chin, as fast as possible, then turning the handle towards the feet so that the magnetite is drawn towards the aorta and the kidneys. Finally continuing with rapid strokes up und down the aorta using position 2 for left handed persons, otherwise position 3.
You will hear the usual sound of magnetite get gradually quieter with this action. Remember that this is not final because the shoulders may become reloaded with unchelated magnetite but again is in the positive direction.

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Post by ElliotB » 3 weeks ago

I continue to use the device and not only have I maintained all the dramatic improvements I had, but continue much to my pleasant surprise to have minor improvements with regard to my vision, balance and nerve pain. Thanks for the additional info...
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good to know.
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Post by gristy56 » 2 weeks ago

To those who continue to use the Desatascador.

I am continuing to make great improvements by degaussing and chelating by the protocols already published. Other observations and advice.

Do not try to degauss too much at once. The ultimate limit is the quantity of magnetite that can be chelated each day. When excess magnetite is left in circulation it will 'settle' in the smallest capillaries of the feet and toes and produce pains like gout. It is not gout which is due to Uric acid in excess in the blood. The pain you feel is very similar between the two because in both cases the molecules are cubic in shape, and have sharp edges.
This is usually experienced during sleep. It is easily alleviated with the Desatascador. Once circulating, place the Desatascador in position 1 and leave for considerable time. An indication that the blood is fully chelated will be when it rattles when moved side to side.

Now, you will be able to recharge the blood with other magnetite from the shoulders for example. The rattling will stop, and you will know by that to start chelating once again. This you can continue throughout the day if you so wish.

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Post by ElliotB » 1 week ago

"I am continuing to make great improvements"

That is fantastic news! Hope it continues...


I continue to have small unexpected improvements and am thrilled with the results!

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Post by gristy56 » 1 week ago

The vibration heard previously is only slight. The Desatascador 'rattles' when it is moved side to side in all places indicating there is now very little magnetic attraction to magnetite in the blood circulation. Testing the urine it is now silent.
Be encouraged. It is possible to eliminate magnetite by chelatiion.
Symptoms of MS are now disappearing. I have now ascended and descended two flights of stairs with assistance and look forward to doing this more and more...

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