What exactly is magnetology?
Before human intervention, the planet overall had more or less a balanced magnetic field, with very few areas that had a localized and naturally occurring imbalanced magnetic field, this mostly being natural resources like iron deposits, which in ancient times all living things instinctively avoided, and in the absence of knowledge, such places were thought of as cursed.
As through the age’s the human civilization commenced to extract ores and other minerals, and to distribute these all across the globe, to build housing and infrastructure, through the use of things like reinforced concrete, and to manufacture everything from computer equipment to cars, trains and power plants etc. these magnetic fields multiplied in turn.
Whereas today there is virtually an unlimited amount of localized imbalanced fields as they are all around us, in our cities, cars and so forth, which effectively for the majority of the planet, renders the planets magnetic field defective. Magnetology helps us understand how all these fields work and how we can repair the damage and/or balance those fields to ensure a healthy, sustainable and happy existence of life.
The proper dictionary definition of magnetology, is that it’s the technology and a field of study of magnets, magnetism and magnetic treatment. The applications of the field are limitless and use in effect prevalent, and more specifically, in our homes, industry, transport and ecology.
Since the human body is mostly composed of water, and most of the earth’s surface is covered in water, naturally, the first human contact with magnetology was in the form of magnetic water, which is quite simply water that has been magnetically treated. The following page gives a bit of history on the matter.