The Effects of Magnetite, Magnetic Water and Magnetic Monopoles on Plant Growth

By John V Milewski Ph D
December, 2006

For the past three years I have been drinking magnetic water for it's health and rejuvenating properties. I have reported about in the following web site:

However also in these three years I have been using magnetic water and magnetite in the soil to stimulate the growth of plants. I have had some very exciting results in plant growth related to magnetite in the soil or watering plants with magnetic water so I feel it time to write about it now.

Before I go into presenting the results of accelerated plant growth, that I have been witnessing, I feel a little explanation of the theory that I have developed to help me understand what is happening will be presented.

First I refer to the classic work that Phillip S. Callahan Pd D. as presented in his book “Ancient Mysteries and Modern Visions.” chapters seven, eight and nine about magnetic monopoles. His explanation of what magnetic monopoles are and how they are formed, I have found to be very enlightening and it lays the basis for all of my future understanding of what is happening in what I will be presenting.

We know that here on Earth we cannot make a magnetic monopole by just breaking a bar magnet in half. When we do this both broken halves instantly develop another magnetic pole opposite to the pole on the other end. Apparently a tremendous amount of energy is needed to separate these magnetic poles. Callahan says this is done by the sun whenever it has solar flares. He says the sun is emitting magnetic dipoles all the time but when there are solar flares and the dipoles go through these solar flares they are exposed to very high temperature energy sources. These magnetic storms are sufficient to break apart these dipoles into monopoles both north and south which continue to radiate out into space and eventually some of them fall to our earth.

Callahan says that the north magnetic monopoles come in and are attracted to the plants, tree leaves and green vegetation while the south magnetic monopoles are attracted to the soil, rocks and stones. In normal plant growth the south magnetic monopoles migrate through the soil to the roots of the plants. At the same time the north magnetic monopoles are attracted to the plant leaves. This combination gives the plants a magnetic dipole charge. As a result the south magnetic monopoles in the soil are attracted to the roots of the plants and, as Callahan says, the roots act as wave guides for the south poles to run up through plant stem to recombine with their former mates, the north poles, that are waiting for them in the plant leaves. This recombination releases a large amount of energy that the plant uses to support the photosynthesis process.

Photosynthesis has always been a mystery to scientists, because there is not enough energy in sunlight alone to break up the water and CO2 molecules. If this was so, the sun would decompose the oceans by just shining on them and there would be no CO2 in the atmosphere. So additional energy is coming from somewhere and I suggest that it is coming from the recombination of magnetic monopoles.

Some scientist say that the photosynthesis process is catalyzed by the chlorophyll molecule. This is also true but may I suggest that maybe the chlorophyll molecule gets some extra energy help from magnetic monopole union and subsequent energy release. We will talk about this idea of how chlorophyll helps later in the paper when I start talking about how this magnetic energy helps humans and look at the hemoglobin molecule in our blood which structurally and energetically is very similar to chlorophyll.
More on the theory:
Let's start with the conductivity of electrons (or, called by another name, electric monopoles). A wire for electron conductivity consist of a electron conductor like a metal which is covered by a non conductor material like a plastic which is an electron insulator. This covering keeps the electrons from running off to other materials that it may contact and keeps the electric monopoles flowing in one direction.

Now I propose that there is parity in the universe between electric monopoles and magnetic monopoles. So, according to this theory, a good conductor for magnetic monopoles would consist of just the opposite structure. We would want and insulator like a plastic covered by an electric conductor. How wonderful nature is that it provides just that structure in the plant's root stems, and branches. The core of the plant root stems and branches is a wood-like material like cellulose (a natural plastic material) which is covered by a bark-like material which contains a water like sap which is an electrical conductor. Callahan calls this structure a wave guide for magnetic monopoles, I call it just a good conductor for magnetic monopoles.

Now that we understand this theory, it makes sense to put magnetite or magnetic water into the soil especially if we believe that it brings with it an increase of south magnetic monopoles. Again back to Callahan where he says that plants grow better and stronger and need less water when planted in paramagnetic soil. Now in the light of this theory and the evidence of very significant accelerated plant growth, that I will soon present, I will suggest that adding even a small amount of magnetite and or magnetic water to the soil has a very similar effect but even more so, on plant growth as that of paramagnetic soil alone.

So it appears that somehow more south magnetic monopoles are attracted to the soil and, in turn, run through the plant roots, up the stems and through the branch to the leaves to find their mates, the north magnetic monopoles. Viola! More accelerated plant growth which I believe is directly due to the reunion of both north and south magnetic monopoles and the energy that is released with their reunion.

The Experimental Evidence:
One of my first experiments, which was performed In the fall of 2004, was to observed the effect of addition of magnetite to the soil of plants. Two 4" by 4" flower pots were filled with soil from our garden. Ten percent, by weight, of the soil of one pot was removed and replaced with magnetite. Both pots were seeded with petunia seed; about 4 seeds each. Both pots were watered every other day and exposed to daily sun light. The plants were observed daily and both sprouted within a week. After three week these pictures were taken. The plants in plant garden soil were about one inch height and the maximum leaf diameter was about one quarter inch. Most of the leaves were nibbled on by bugs. At the same time the plants in the pot with the 10% magnetite in the soil were tall and strong and healthy They were about two inches tall and had leaves with a diameter of about ½ inch each and the leaves were perfect, no nibbles by any bugs. These results are easily seen in photo #1 ( The picture on the left shows the non magnetic soil plants and the one on the right shows only one plant because the other two were just removed before the picture was taken and planted in another garden.

It is very clear the magnetite in the soil promoted bigger and better plant growth and healthy plants able to fight off the bug attacks.

This experiment went so well that my wife said "put some of the black dirt in my flower garden". So in the spring of 2005, before everything started popping up, I took about ten pounds of magnetite and sprinkled it about on the soil. Well, amazing things started happening. All her plant grew bigger, faster and better that ever before. By mid summer we were calling it an over-stuffed garden as can be seen in photo #2.

The sedum plant, which normally is about 18 inches tall and 20 inches in diameter, in now 40 inch tall and 45 inch in diameter. The Chrysanthemum bunch, which is normally about 18 by 18, is now 36 by 40 inches high. The white Alyssum, used as a border, was crawling out all over at twice its normal rate. In general, all plants were two to five times their normal size and growth rate. Meanwhile, in another area around the house, my wife had a few large flower pots with geraniums in them. When winter started to come she wanted to bring one inside. She selected a pink one from the group seen in photo #3; ( which, at that time, was about 10 inches tall. We repotted it in a 12 inch diameter clay pot using regular garden soil with no magnetite.

At this time, I was making magnetic water and the wife and I were drinking it every day. It worked so well on us that I decided to start an experiment by watering this pink geranium only with one liter of magnetic water once a week. This water is made in my magnetite type generators. These generators are described on the web page linked above in the introduction.

Every few months I photographed the plant and measured its height to document its growth. The following photos show its growth over the next two years.

Photo 4. April 05, Height 2 feet six inches

Photo 5, May 05, 3 feet 4 inches

Photo 6. June 05, 4 feet 4 inches

September 05, 6 feet

Photo 7 June 06, 8 feet

Photo 8, Nov 06, 9 feet

Nov 06, 9 feet

In the last year the top growth rate has slowed down but additional stems have sprung up and now there are three other stems over 4 feet and one more almost 5 feet tall. Some say, well it's over two years old, that's why it's so big; but even the 17 year old geranium, that my neighbor has, still is the same height it was after the first summer's growth--about 10 inches tall.

Next, since my wife's garden grew so well with magnetite on it, I decided to put some on my lawn. This is a story of good news bad news. I have a 500 square foot lawn. After putting on the magnetite it is beautiful and very green. That’s the good news but now I have to cut the lawn every 3 days instead of once a week, that’s the bad news. See photo 9, ( for the green grass.

In the spring of 2006 my wife planted a few different flowers in her garden; especially up front, just in back of the Alyssum, where she planted Nasturtiums. At first the Alyssum were growing very nicely and started crawling over the garden edging as it did last year but soon, to our surprise, the Nasturtiums started growing very fast and big and soon covered over the Alyssum and grew out over the side walk, climbed the near by trees and were over 3 feet high with leaves that had a diameter of 5 to 6 inches and vines up to 6 feet long. These leaves are shown in photo 10, (, which is a comparison to plant leaves planted in no magnetite soil. The magnetite soil was at it again; giving super stimulation to plant growth. Note that in all cases no fertilizers were used, only magnetite or magnetic water.

The evidence is clear that the plants are being stimulated to grow much bigger, faster and healthier. It is my contention that it is additional magnetic energy that is being supplied to the plants in the form of magnetic monopoles. I believe that this additional supply of magnetic monopoles is being added to the soil by the presence of the magnetite and/or the magnetic water.

I also believe that we live in a sea of magnetic energy called Superlight and it is the Superlight that gives the magnetic energy to the monopoles and the magnetic water. See my web site on Superlight to get the details of this theory of an infinite source of energy: