The Standard Model of physics considers four fundamental interactions: gravitational, electromagnetic, strong, and weak. But in objective reality there is also a magnetic interaction, which propagates through magnetic charges, which are called gravitons.
Gravitons are mini vortices of ether, magnetic dipoles and bricks of matter. The energy of the vortex generates a unidirectional movement of the ether between the poles, as a result of which the ether is absorbed by one pole and thrown out by the opposite pole. This is how the forces that we call magnetic forces are formed.