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Foundation for Magnetic Science

The Foundation for Magnetic Science was founded in 2006 as a non-profit, private, international non-governmental institution, dedicated to research and education in the science of magnets and its application to Fluid Conditioning and BioPhysics Technologies. It is governed by a Board of Trustees and Directors. click here

The Foundation sponsors the peer-reviewed Journal of Magnetic Science. Donations may be made to the Foundation, which accepts bequests, grants and gifts from the public. To Donate, Click Here

Introduction to Magnetism and the Foundation

Magnetism is both leading-edge science and traditional therapy that has been used by the Chinese for 5,000 years. Since then, many cultures have tried magnets with varying results. It is said that Cleopatra had a lode stone (natural magnet) under her pillow to sleep on at night. Paracelsus, a scientist in the late 1400's, used them successfully with seizures and many other illnesses.

In the 1930’s Albert Roy Davis started his investigations on magnetism and founded that Bio North Negative was the healing energy of the body. His work into the Eighties created many of the scientific precepts studied for contemporary applications.

Foundation Director Peter Kulish, who studied with Davis, later got an advanced degree in Magnet Therapy from Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer, a long-term partner and colleague of Davis (who ran certification classes through his Institute). Kulish continued working with researchers worldwide and subsequently founded specific, advanced techniques based on proper polarity placement. His research is used throughout the world by practioners, Medical Colleges and Universities.

Kulish explains “The science of MagnetoBioPhysics is here to stay. It is not complicated, but must be done correctly. We are very fortunate to live today as contemporary science has discovered exactly how the body’s cellular energies work and how they must be supported for rapid healing.”

Mission Charter

Foundation for Magnetic Science

Foundation Home Page: www.magnetfoundation.org

Professional Practice System - Introduction

Index: Introduction, The Boards, Mission Statement, Links to PPS Documents

How to become a Certified Biomagnetics Research Practitioner


The Foundation Trustees have established, by formal Resolution, a Professional Practice System (the System) for Biomagnetics as researched and taught by the Foundation.

The System is overseen by the Oversight Officer (a Trustee-Senior Director). By-Law Paragraph 6(9) provides, in part, that the Trustees shall:

"...establish courses of study and professional requirements... for Biomagnetic and other magnetic science practices, including Health Care...; to establish boards and committees to operate same; to certify Research Associates... (known as Biomagnetic Research Professionals, BmRP... (and to issue, suspend or terminate any Certification for cause); and to establish, by Rule, peer-review procedures, web sites, associations, an Ethics Code and procedures, and forms and structures for professional practice under the oversight of the Board and Chairperson; all Certifications shall be issued by the Chairperson of the Board of Directprs as Chief Executive Officer under authority of the Board. A certified health care practitioner may be referred to as a Board Certified Biomagnetic Research Practitioner, or BCBmRP."

If you want to apply for Board Certification, please email us with your biography at: Credentials@magnetfoundation.org and we will email you our application form.


The Boards

The Rules and Regulations that govern the Oversight Officer, Certification Board, Institutional Review Board (IRB), Editorial Board (Journal/Website), Peer Review Board, and Ethics Board provide for the following activities:

(a) Oversight Officer - a Trustee-Senior Director with general oversight. This officer implements the recommendations of the subsidiary bodies and recommends the issuance or withdrawal of Certifications. Certifications are issued over the signature of the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees.

(b) Ethics Board - implements the Code of Ethics upon receiving complaints; has authority to recommend that the Trustees decertify, suspend or withdraw Certifications; also hears appeals regarding Certification issues and Journal peer review issues. The Board implements the Ethics Enforcement Rules.

(c) Certification Board - implements the Certification Standards to recommend the issuing of various degrees of certification to Research Practitioners

(d) Editorial Board - publishes the peer reviewed Journal and determines editorial policy. The Journal publishes in the area of Biomagnetics as established by the research initiated by Peter A. Kulish and continued by the Foundation. The Editor-in-Chief of the Journal and the Webmaster sit on the Editorial Board.

(e) Internal Review Board (IRB) - adopts Guidelines for Research and oversees and reviews all research, carrying on the normal duties of an IRB.

(f) Peer Review Board - approves Articles for publication under the Peer Review Standards.

Practitioners who are in compliance with the standards established under this Resolution are considered to be Board Certified in good standing, eligible for referrals, may participate in continuing education and forums, and are eligible for research support. The Credentials Board oversees general practitioner matters and communications. The Board of Trustees reserves all rights.


Foundation Mission Statement

From the By-laws: The Mission of the Foundation is, with respect to the use of Magnetism, Magnetic Fluid Conditioning Solutions and Biomagnetics Technology, to:

[1] support discovery methods to (a) utilize magnetic fluid conditioning solutions to resolve pressing issues of concern to humanity, including food, energy conservation, pollution control, increased production values, and reduced costs, and (b) prevent, mitigate, and to supplement treatments or support to cure conditions in humans, animals and plants.

[2] research the causes of such biological and material issues and conditions.

[3] develop (in an appropriate professional context) and recommend technologies, therapies or treatment protocols relating to all conditions in the abovementioned issues.

[4] develop detection and correction methods that can be used to train international scientists, researchers, technicians and healthcare professionals on methods of early detection and correction of the abovementioned material and biological issues.

[5] develop training facilities for scientists, researchers, doctors, technicians and health care or other professionals.

[6] develop teaching methodologies for appropriate individualized solutions to the above material issues and self-care education and therapy protocols to biological conditions.

[7] create a public awareness campaign to inform people of the benefits of Magnetism.

[8] support current and ongoing research in areas of magnetic fluid conditioning, agriculture, genetics, biomechanics, bioenergetics and nutrition

[9] develop and maintain publications and web sites for the purposes of the Foundation and to educate the public and opinion makers.).

[10] develop a private, expressive association buyers' club for associates, all as a private international association for achieving and maintaining agricultural and energy conservation, pollution control, increased production values, and reduced costs, as well as, for wellness applications.

[11] develop a professional certification program for Agricultural, Engine Enhancement, Magnetic and Biomagnetic Technicians, Practitioners and Professionals.

Disclaimers and Disclosures: The use of magnetism and magnetic therapeutic practices are intended to benefit normal structure and function and are not prescribed as treatment for medical or psychological conditions, nor for diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, nor to apply medical, mental health or human development principles. Not intended to treat disease, support or sustain human life, or to prevent impairment of human health; for self-education and research purposes only.


Professional Practice System Resolution

Code of Ethics

Ethics Enforcement Rules

Certification Standards

Guidelines for Research

Peer Review, Journal, Website Guidelines

How to become a Certified Biomagnetics Research Practitioner


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