"Break five inches long piece of the fishing line, put the middle of the wire across and on top of the copper wire,
touch the battery, hold until the copper wire gets hot, dip the middle of the wire in iron filings, then you will see how long a magnet can be made with this equipment." (Magnetic Current pg 6)
"Take one piece of hard steel fishing wire, dip in iron filings and see there is no magnet in it. This time hold the wire up, and down, the lower end on middle of the copper wire, hold tight. Touch the battery, hold until the copper wire gets hot. Take it off. Dip the wire in iron filings and you will see that it is no magnet. Why? To make magnets with currents from batteries and dynamos with a single wire the metal will have to be put on the wire in such a way so that the magnets which are coming out of the wire will be running in the metal starting from the middle
of the metal and run to the end and not from end to middle." (Magnetic Current pg 7)
"In a car battery the North Pole magnets run out of positive terminal and South Pole magnets run out of negative terminal. Both kinds of magnets are running, one kind of magnets against the other kind, and are running in the same right-hand screw fashion. By using the same whirling motion and running one kind of magnets against the other kind, they throw their own magnets from the wire in opposite directions. That is why if you put a magnet metal across the copper wire the one end is North Pole and the other end South Pole." (Magnetic Current pg. 8)
"While the North and South Pole magnets were in their own terminals they only possessed pushing power, the pulling power they acquire only if the other kind of magnets are in front of them, like the permanent magnets if you put the opposite magnet in front of it, then they will hold together..." (Magnetic Current pg 9).
"Bend iron or soft steel bar one and one half inch in diameter, bend in a U shape each prong a foot long, and three inches between the prongs, make two spools from brass or aluminum six inches long and big enough for the bar to go in. Wind fifteen hundred turns of insulated copper wire, size sixteen, on each spool. Put on as close to the bend as it will go."
(Magnetic Current pg 10)
Imagine unbending the U into a 3 foot straight bar - the two coils would then be in the middle off the bar. Slide one coil off of the bar. Slide the other coil to the end of the bar. Energize the coil. It will not polarize the bar. Slide the coil back to the middle of the of the 3' bar. Energize. One end of the bar will be north and the other south. This is polarization. Consider taking a long piece of magnet metal (ferric) wire - steel wire. Slide a coil over and to the middle of the wire. Polarize the wire. All of the wire on one side of the coil will be N pole current and all of the wire on the other side of the coil will be a S pole current. Experiment will the two separated or divided currents - make coils, test on plants, etc.
"Magnetic currents are made by concentrating. then dividing
and then shifting the existing North and South Pole individual magnets from one place to another." (Magnetic Current pg 13)