posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 04:13 PM
I am curious if anyone else has researched this phenomenon (dubbed so by me since I did not know this particular result was possible), and would like
to learn their results.
I had heard/read/studied a bit about magnetic therapy and its efficacy for quite a while, with varying degrees of success reported. A short time
later I was gifted with a bag of natural magnetic stones.
One of my close associates had heard of a man who was able to perceive an alternate reality after x amount of time sleeping with a magnet on his
forehead. I am always interested in testing out theories presented to me whenever possible, (I would have eaten the fruit in the garden!), and so I
thought I would use these stones. I also talked a couple of other adults into using the stones as well.
Long story short- we did this for a few weeks, and never saw an alternate reality…however- in the interest of science, hah, I suggested we exchange
magnets. The results were vivid dreams that played out scenarios absolutely foreign in both concept and design to me…yet when I relayed the dream-
the person from whom I had borrowed the magnet from knew instantly the content, setting and objects involved in the dream.
Naturally, I performed a follow-up test using a different person’s magnet- with the exact result: unfamiliar/foreign concepts, emotional content,
or objects resulting in instant recognition by the owner.
I then made a point to test with a ‘clean’ magnetic stone- with no adverse/ obvious result. This procedure was performed several times, with
success each time.
Needless to add, we have all made a point to keep our magnets separate and clearly marked-
Also, one ‘researcher’ found the magnetic stone to be almost a ‘place marker’ with the last most relevant thought immediately brought to mind
each time the magnetic stone was placed on the forehead before going to sleep, with all extraneous thought ‘wiped’ clear.
A further note- none of these markers were met when we used a ‘man-made’ magnet, regardless of strength.
I would like to hear anyone’s opinion on the matter.