Few more good entries for magnetic bracelets posts

Here is a good entry:

http://losangelesca.provenyellowpages.com/losangelesca/?p=9122

And another excelent entry:
Magnetic therapy store with magnetic bracelets, bangles and necklaces…Titanium, Stainless Steel…Copper. Magnetic jewellery for men and women. Magnetic therapy is…ease arthritis pain relief.”

A new entry in Yellow Pages for magnetic bracelets products store

You can now find magnetic bracelets, Titanium, Stainless Steel and copper magnetic bracelets from Magnetic Products Store UK at the Yellow Pages Com website. When you type the words ‘magnetic bracelets’ in the search box, MPS will appear and direct you to the website to view and purchase magnetic bracelets. Check it out now!

Magnetic bracelets new in town

A large supplier of magnetic bracelets, Magnetic Products Store have a new range of bangles with supper strong magnets. Customer’s feedback is that those bracelets effect better and faster on people with Arthritis than Bioflow bracelets.

Another version of the origins of magnetic therapy

Magnets are objects that has the ability to attract iron (and several other metals). There is a rock that has this property in its natural state: it is called magnetite, from the Greek magnesia, which was the name of the town in Asia Minor where it was first discovered.

Aristotle wrote that the virtues (mysterious as they were) of this particular rock were well known in ancient Macedonia, another Greek province where it was also found, exciting the curiosity of the scientists, doctors and philosophers of the time.

The Greeks believed quite simply that the secret ability of the rock was due to divine essence (and therefore only understood by the gods).

Others, such as Thieles, thought that the magnetic rock was a living thing that fed on iron.

According to legend at the time, it was thought that a Greek shepherd called Magnes had accidentally discovered the secret of magnets. One day as he was leading his flock to graze on the Macedonian hills, the iron baton that he was using as a walking stick was drawn to a nearby rock. He tried to retrieve it from the strange rock and only succeeded after a long struggle. Intrigued by the rock, he broke off some pieces that he carried with him from then on, convinced of its supernatural powers. His life was transformed. He no longer felt tired; he was able to run vast distances across the mountains with his flock, throughout the long summer pastures, without feeling weary.

The Greek doctors of the time studied the mysterious attributes of the marvellous Rock of Magnes, but the use of magnetic bracelets belongs to modern times only.