On May 2009, Dr. Isaac Goiz, who in 1988 discovered the Biomagnetic Pair (BMP) and how to treat many illnesses with the simple use of a pair of magnets, was able to put his method to the test at a clinic directed by Dr. Raymond Hilu in Marbella (Málaga). 265 patients people were treated in just four days. A blood sample was taken from the majority of the patients prior to being diagnosed and treated with the corresponding biomagnetic pairs, and another sample was taken afterwards in order to check if the microorganisms indicated as the cause of their pathologies were present in the blood after the treatment. Here we will present the results.
In fact, for years Dr. Goiz had requested that the effectiveness of his treatment to be tested, willing to undergo any kind of test or trial that his medical colleagues saw fit, a proposal that in our last meeting with him in Madrid, he reiterated: “I simply need—he told us—a clinical center to provide patients with their diagnoses already determined. Twenty, thirty, one hundred…however many. And for them to tell me, for example, these people have tuberculosis. And then we will test them, we will place magnets on them in the corresponding pair for that pathology and we will see how many people are cured. And if only one person is cured? Well, then it is obvious that my theory is not correct. But, if 90% are cured? It’s simple. So then, why won’t my colleagues let me demonstrate this? Silence had always been the answer.” Until now…
The first was Dr. Santiago de la Rosa who in a very pragmatic way proposed studying the microbicidal capacity of magnets on various microorganisms, in vitro! To do this, a series of bacteria and fungus—specifically Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Streptococcus agalactiae, Proteus mirabilis, Haempphylus influenzae and Candida albicans—was cultivated in a specialized laboratory for 24 hours in the appropriate substance (blood agar, chocolate agar, MacConkey agar, and Saboraud cloranfenicol), and upon completion two magnets were placed on top of and below the plaques for another 24 hours in order to observe whether the microbial would continue to grow or stunt growth. The experiment demonstrated that in vitro magnets are not capable of stopping the growth of these pathogenic microorganisms corroborating that they solely act upon the bioelectromagnetism of the complex living organisms themselves because in living organisms the method does work.
And Dr.Goiz accepted the challenge: to test his method—which finally took place in Hilu’s medical center in Marbella (Málaga) from the 14th to the 17th of May 2009 —on more than two hundred patients of highly diverse pathologies, in the presence of observing doctors from other countries. Although the statistical results are still being calculated, Hilu is openly speaking of the method’s “absolute success.”
PREPARING THE STUDY
Having said this, we inform that the tests done on May 2009 in Marbella will not be accepted as a “trial” by the medical community. But what is certain is that what occurred there cannot nor should be overlooked given that Dr. Hilu attempted to carry out the most objective tests possible. In fact he made sure that the patients that participated were not only his own but from doctors and practitioners from different countries: the United States, England, Germany, France, Sweden, Finland, India, and of course, Spain. And he invited some of his colleagues to attend as observers; this was the case of the Italian doctors Conte and Limontini and the British doctor Mary Staggs. Additionally, he spoke with two independent laboratories to take on the responsibility of analyzing the patients’ blood before being treated by Dr. Goiz, and two colleagues who helped him in this unique experiment for several marathon days—Juan Carlos Albendea and Agueda Iribarren—to confirm the existence of pathogens that were detected with the kinesiologic test and to take a new blood sample fifteen minutes after finalizing the treatment in order to compare it with the first. In the end, this was not possible.
Dr.Hilu explained to us that he would try again with a lab in Valencia. And again he was faced with the same answer. First they told him yes and then for various unconvincing reasons no. His final attempt with a smaller lab in Marbella would also fail.
Dr.Hilu then decided to change his strategy and quickly asked the patients who had signed up for the experiment to bring their medical documents that confirmed their diagnoses, later adding another element to be used for comparison: a blood test in his own medical center to verify the results by means of various diagnostic methods: dark field, phase contrast and a coagulation test. In the end his cellular morphologic microscopy system allows the viewer to see images enlarged 60,000 times and see every type of bacteria, fungus, parasite with absolute clarity and identify them. In addition when it was necessary electrocorporograms, electrocardiograms, oximetry tests and ultrasounds were added. The final test was Dr.Goiz’s diagnostic test, magnets placed on specific points of the body and the post test in the same center that would be completed by a follow-up of the patients once they had returned home.
In short, more than two hundred patients visited dr.Raymond Hilu’s clinic. Like Maria, who arrived with a diagnosis of hepatitis. Dr.Hilu sat her down, and with a simple pinch, he extracted a drop of blood and went to analyze it through a microscope. What is extraordinary is that this image could then be viewed on a 40 inch plasma screen installed on the wall; on the screen all who were present could see how the red cells floating in extra cellular fluid appeared to be solid forming columns resembling stacked coins with very limited mobility.
“Circulation problems,” Dr.Hilu indicated. And he continued to observe as the light filters changed. Various shapes appeared which Dr.Hilu identified in each case as fungus or bacteria. And before finishing we saw some rock-like structures that the few cells that still had a good amount of mobility crashed against and moved around. “Micro-clots,” Dr.Hilu diagnosed. Following this he observed the plaque where another drop of blood had coagulated and a rose-shaped figure immediately appeared—which the doctor defined as indicative of cardiac stress—and some grayish lines formed due to the accumulation of toxins that could very well be related to a problem of a liver malfunction.
Then Dr.Goiz would have his turn. With the patient lying down on the bed holding her feet by the heels he began to say the names of the most diverse pathologies waiting for a muscle reaction of the patient’s legs. His final diagnosis confirmed: cirrhosis of the liver and kidney stones.
And the pH, the central nucleus of Dr.Goiz’s theory? The technology at the Hilu Institute does not use coloring on the blood samples because the samples could become corrupted. Instead they use light dyeing. This is how we could witness directly the different aspects of the blood when we changed the light filters.
( It is important to note, that in this study, patients only received one Biomagnetism treatment, even thou most conditions improve after only one session, it usually requires between 3 – 5 sessions while some patients may need more.)
To summarize the presence of microorganisms seems to confirm Dr. Goiz’s arguments but more importantly, the results support the use of the Biomagnetic Pair in a long list of pathologies. The study, the hard data —that include patient follow-up—still has not been concluded, but Dr. Hilu already has several concrete conclusions.