Over the past several weeks, I have stumbled across three stories. Initially, these stories came from three different sources. Then, they were verified by others.
The stories are:
- David Hudson, an Arizona dirt farmer, discovers monoatomic residue while treating his land.
- A temple/workshop in Egypt leaves behind evidence of a smelting process that produces monoatomic products.
- Researchers find a cave in Arizona with a large temple/workshop area used for smelting and a cache of unidentified metal.
These stories came to me as I was researching the reasons for gold’s value.
These stories point to a controversial powder that could explain gold’s value and the spiritual connection between the two regions.
This monoatomic powder is what some people call ORMEs (Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements).
ORMEs are produced via an alchemical process that turns precious metals into monoatomic elements. These metals are divided into two groups:
- the light platinum group of ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, and silver
- the heavy platinum group of osmium, iridium, platinum, and gold
Through looking at these stories, I discover that it isn’t just the gold that is valuable. Each of these elements can, in a monoatomic, super-deformed, high spin, and low energy state, lose their chemical reactivity and metallic nature and become superconductors. This means they become lighter, so light they can float, and they can cause the device containing them to float.
Hudson believes that Moses knew the secrets of making ORMEs, and that the Ark of the Covenant was merely a container for them. Certainly, the Ark was a volatile, superconducting, electrical device. If it contained ORMEs, this would explain the incredible properties of the Ark from levitation to “blasts of heavenly displeasure.”
In addition, ORMEs may be consumed. Hudson connected ORMEs with the Hebrew tradition of the Ma-Na or Manna, often called the “White Powder of Gold.” The word “manna” literally means, “What is it?” This phrase did not originate with the Hebrews. It is repeated over and over again in The Egyptian Book of the Dead.
Furthermore, there is evidence ORMEs were part of the Melchizedek priesthood and they were the purpose of the metallurgical foundry at Qumrun, where the Essenes lived.
The more I learned about ORMEs, the more insights I had into familiar ancient texts and spiritual teachings.
For example, bread is used in many religious stories and sacraments. It is part of the Jewish Passover meal. It is included in Native American ceremonies. The breaking of bread is a way of finalizing agreements and celebrating life. In fact, in many traditions bread is rivaled only by wine for its spiritual significance.
In the Christian traditions, Jesus performed miracles with loaves of bread. He used bread as a representation of his body.
Is it possible there is a connection between this sacredness of bread and ORMEs? Is it possible this reveals a practical use for these precious elements that explains their perceived value?
I believe the answer to these questions is yes and I will explore this in tomorrow’s article.
Do you feel like you are missing pieces of information in this story? Maybe this will help…
I’m currently writing a series about my research into the value of gold. In addition, this series explains the signs I found along the way that led me on my research. If you want to catch up on all the articles, you may use this link to go to the first one and then, click the “next” link at the top of the page to read each successive article.