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The study of magnetic fields is fascinating, and presents tremendous implications for how we perceive our physical material world. The leading scientists in this field are, as far as I’m concerned, over at the HeartMath Institute, which continues to publish groundbreaking research on how these magnetic fields, which all living things possess, reveal the interconnectedness of all life and impact us in a number of ways. See:
Now, for the first time, scientists have discovered sound evidence for a magnetic field that is “associated with the vast intergalactic ‘bridge’ that links our two nearest galactic neighbours.”
According to a press release by the University of Toronto’s Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics, “Such cosmic magnetic fields can only be detected indirectly, and this detection was made by observing the radio signals from hundreds of very distant galaxies that lie beyond the [large and small magnetic clouds].”
The field is associated with what’s known as the Megallanic Bridge, which is a strand of gas stretching 75 thousand lightyears between our Milky Way galaxy (and the others that most probably inhabit it) and its nearest galactic neighbours.
Just as the work of scientists at HeartMath has shown the connections between all living things via our magnetic fields, it appears there are also cosmic connections which link cosmic magnetic fields. Looking at the smallest forms of physical matter, scaled up to the geometric patterns in nature, these are also visible at the largest known scales, out in space.
There were hints that this magnetic field…