Medical Biomagnetism, also called Biomagnetic Pair, is a natural therapy that proposes diagnosing and treating a large number of illnesses through the use of pairs of magnets of medium intensity that seek to equalize the organism’s pH level. Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán has been claiming since Dr. Broeringmeyer’s death to be its discoverer (See below the alternative theory).
According to medical biomagnetism, a large number of illnesses, including cancer and many other complex diseases, are associated with fundamental alterations in the pH level in the internal organs and with the presence of viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites, toxins, and other harmful factors. The development of illness cannot happen with a balanced pH level.
This new complementary therapy identifies diseases according to their genuine etiology and not just their manifestation (see the Article). Once the symptoms or signs of illness have appeared, it is also capable of reestablishing the acidic-alkaline balance in the organism and restore health, attacking the cause of the problem and not just the symptomatology.
The Biomagnetic Pair therapy is different from magnetic therapy and magnetic acupuncture, and it adopts a new paradigm. Unlike these last two, the Biomagnetic Pair uses pairs of magnets of opposite charges to depolarize areas in the body that are unbalanced due to pathogens or other factors that resonate energetically and vibrationally. It is also different in that it has the ability to diagnose the etiology and combat the real cause of the disease, especially viruses.
The Biomagnetic Pair is a clean and innocuous system. And still more importantly, it is capable of detecting, diagnosing, and correcting an abnormal condition even before the symptomatologic manifestation. It is, therefore, a preventive therapy, as well as healing.
The possible true story of the Biomagnetic Pair Therapy genesis
The Biomagnetic Pair Therapy is indeed claimed to have been discovered by mexican Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán in 1988. However, there are certain indications that would point to Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer as to the real discoverer of this therapy. According to these new indications, Dr. Goiz would have just been its main developer after Dr. Broeringmeyer’s death.
Richard Broeringmeyer was a prominent scientist from Kentucky, USA. He was NASA Chief Medical in the 1980s. He had a disciplined, meticulous and patient scientific mind. He was the person responsible for deciding what astronauts could fly into space or not and examining the physiological constants and physical condition of the astronauts before going to space and after returning.
Dr. Broeringmeyer began to realize in the 80s that astronauts returning from space would do so with one of their two legs longer than the other one, by the fact of having been exposed to a changing magnetic field.
Dr. Broeringmeyer began working methodically with these early observations. He discovered how the legs changed in length when exposed to magnetic fields applied in certain unbalanced points. He was careful and consistent in his writings, his essays were rigorous and well written, honoring his prestigious position. And so Dr. Broeringmeyer went gradually and painstakingly discovering one by one the first 150 Biomagnetic Pairs and developing the theory of what is now known as the Biomagnetic Pair Therapy.
Even if Dr. Broeringmeyer had been seriously forbidden and warned against talking about his revolutionary new discoveries, he nevertheless traveled to Mexico City to deliver a lecture for doctors at a large public hospital in Mexico City because he knew the importance of his discovery. But unfortunately, he was probably being closely watched too.
Dr. Goiz attended that lecture and showed special interest in the topics presented at the conference. For this reason or another, it seems that Dr. Broeringmeyer allowed exclusive access to Dr. Goiz (only Dr. Goiz knew about it) to all his priceless writings that formed the theory of the Biomagnetic Pair therapy so that they could be kept in custody just in case “something” happened to him.
And indeed, very shortly after that lecture, Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer surprinsingly died in strange circumstances. Very little is known nowadays about Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer’s life and work, which is not consistent with the important position that he held for years.
Therefore, according to this theory, Dr. Goiz would have taken advantage of the big and revolutionary work of Dr. Broeringmeyer and would have just developed it further, especially in terms of discovering new pairs.