Moving at tremendous speed, a day later the streams of charged particles reach the Earth's magnetosphere and interacts with it, causing disturbances in it. Sometimes the magnetic storms are so strong that they have unpleasant consequences — from silent radios and telephones to satellites thrown out of orbit and fluctuations in power grids. Apart from this, the influence of the Moon and other planets in the solar system, that manifests itself in the tides, causes geomagnetic disturbances on the Earth and shifts in atmospheric pressure. All these factors have a negative influence on processes taking place within the human organism.
The main electrochemical parameter of the blood (its pH) is proportional to the ratio of positive electrical charges carried by positive hydrogen ions to negative electrical charges carried by negative hydroxyl (OH) ions. If there are as many positive charges as negative, then the blood as a whole is electrically neutral, as charges of opposite sign cancel each other out. A magnetic storm leads to changes in this ratio that inevitably result in the appearance of a number of serious functional disorders in the organism, such as atherosclerosis and vascular diseases.
Modern medical research has confirmed that solar and magnetic storms are one of the main causes for the appearance of cardio-vascular disturbances, circulatory diseases and disruptions in arterial pressure. These are the most widespread diseases and the death rate from them is highest, accounting for 30–50% of all fatal outcomes.
The disruptions of the Earth's electromagnetic field caused by solar and magnetic storms evoke changes in the composition of human blood and an increase in its viscosity. The latter takes place as a result of structural damage to the cell membranes, causing phospholipids to pass from the cells into the blood, which leads to clotting and the appearance of atherosclerotic damage.  At the same time the mechanism by which toxic substances of internal and external origin are rendered harmless is disrupted, which leads to further damage and the build-up of waste products in the organism.
With this background, the development of any sort of super capabilities by the priests of Ancient Egypt, and still more so by a modern human being, becomes impossible. The reason is that a person's circulatory system is a projection of his or her energy system. Therefore our energy capabilities are directly dependent on the state of our vascular system.
As a result of more than twenty years of research, scientists came to the conclusion that the only means of fighting the negative influence of solar and magnetic storms on human health is the production of medical forecasts for unfavourable days. That means that:
1) the day before an unfavourable day we should substantially reduce our calorie intake;
2) taking blood-thinning medication (aspirin, sedatives) 24 hours before the start of the unfavourable days may spare an already sick person from serious complications.
In other words, modern medicine has no effective means of countering this phenomenon.
While the human organism is healthy and the immune system is capable of fighting against the effect of negative factors, using compensatory mechanisms of adaptation, there are no negative shifts in the organism. But if a healthy person is exposed often enough to magnetic storms and other pernicious factors, that creates the conditions for such shifts to occur.
Bearing in mind the inevitability of the influence of cosmic factors and their harmful effect for the stimulation of defensive-adaptive mechanisms and the correction of damage caused to the organism, the Ancient Egyptian priests created special tools.
In contrast to the modern method that calls for the use of medication to thin the blood which, ultimately, has an unfavourable influence on the functions of the immune system, the Ancient Egyptian priests used the «Wands of Horus
» - two cylinders made of copper and zinc filled with quartz or with carbon and ferromagnetic material.