posted on Aug, 14 2011 @ 10:08 PM
I too am able to stick magnets to certain areas of my body. I realised this a couple of months ago now, but I am unsure whether this has always been
the case or is a recent development. Through my own 'playing' around with this phenomena I realised it isn't just my head but appears to be my
bones - I wonder whether the OP has realised this themselves? Collar bones would be a good place to start, and knuckles/finger bones seem to have an
attraction to (albeit in my case slightly weaker).
The attraction does indeed seem to be stronger around the supposed ‘Third eye’ area, but then it is equally strong if not stronger at the bridge
of the nose – leading me to wonder whether the noticeable increase in attraction around this area is more closely related to the magnetite housed in
my sinuses than it is to anything else. As I say in my case the attraction is not limited to my head.
At the risk of seeming like some kind of crank I approached a small number of friends with an odd request, something along the lines of – “Hey,
erm, try and stick magnet this to your head…..”. Some it fell right off, others it stuck. It seems then that whatever this is it is not affecting
everyone at present.
I would have thought there would be some literature on this if it was not a recent development, so that has obviously led me to question what has
I wonder whether the dramatic shift of the Earth’s magnetic poles of late is somehow affecting our physiology?
I urge everyone reading to try this themselves, if you find that the magnets stick then hopefully it will spike your interest and you can begin
contributing to a theory of what the f##k is going on.