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Ceramics & Your Health

Updated on January 1, 2014



Ceramics & Your Health

Ceramics & Your Health

Our bodies maintain carbon isotopes that could also be found in every particle of soil, dirt, or clay.

Clay ceramics have special elemental properties and is electro-magnetic in energy property form because it contains a substance called oxide materials, (crystalline minerals) it is one of the properties that are ferromagnetic; and permanently magnetized (Volume 1, Issue 35, 4-10-2013 (

Ferrimagnetism is a substance that is magnetic towards iron as we previously discussed in Issue 35, Magnetized. The soft magnetized ceramic may be a soft magnetism however, has healing properties that are the most profound type of healing magnetism there is here on earth.

Different regions like China have clay ceramics that contain kaolin a silicate clay, and still others, like Italy, Spain, Mexico, Japan, United States, Rome, Greece, and Europe have different types of properties in their clay or ceramics.

Ceramics have been around for centuries, as far back as the 5th century BC, and our human existence can be dated back by employing the use of ceramics which have been found in many cultures to create vases, jugs, plates, bowls, glasses, mosaics, porcelain, pottery, tableware, fireplaces, collectibles, bisque, art wares, abrasives, bio-medical ceramics, and different vessels that are employed both by decoration and the functional use in everyday life. It is quite extraordinarily where some of the creators of ceramics where probably not aware of its electro-magnetic properties.

The properties of this substance are employed in a variety of different transformers, semiconductors, storage units, memory storage units, floppy disks, hard disks, microwaves, radar, telecommunications, and information recording applications. It serves different purposes in radio transmissions and the like types of operations.

Some of the mineral elements that ceramics contain are manganese, cobalt, nickel, garnet, zinc, copper, or magnesium. All of these materials are employed in different types of operations like the above mentioned and are cubic crystal structures.

Amazingly enough the oxides maintain and contain gases like 32 oxygen anions, 8 cations are coordinated by 4 oxygen’s (tetrahedral sites), and 16 cations are coordinated by 6 oxygen’s (octahedral sites). Since oxygen is a gas I will try to explain further the differences in the cations in tetrahedral site and cations in the octahedral site. Cations that are oxidized during the oxidation process are a result of grain boundaries in the mixing, calcining, pressing, firing, and finishing in the steps of making ceramic or clay pieces (

Silicon-oxygen tetrahedron – Is surrounded by 4 oxygen atoms in the shape of a tetrahedron. It is a double chain of corner-linked silicon-oxygen tetrahedron. It is considered an amphibole (mineral).

Octahedral - cation site is oxygen that maintains 3 oxygen atoms and one hydroxyl as a fourth anion and one silicon that is isolated, in total it is 6 oxygen’s. This is a clay mineral (rock). It is an Imogolite and allophane (

Glass is also in the family of ion silicates that employ an oxygen atom in its crystallized industrial glass structure.

Not only does ceramics have the decorational aspect and functional aspect, but it also has a magnetic healing aspect that we enjoin in the creation and development process of a piece. It is engaged in the processes for people in different hospitals, clinics, and centers of community service; where the process of making ceramics is enjoined in the health services and the meta-physical. It provides a unique and wonderfully mosaic functionality for our brain, emotions, and most of all our senses of sight and touch where it engages each to make the ceramic.

Volume 1, Issue 38, April 20, 2013


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