What is ORMUS (or ORMES)
Join us in uncovering the ancient history and modern use of this unique state of matter. ORMUS or m-state materials are thought to be the precious metal elements in a different atomic state. Learn how you can capture and utilize these amazing elements in your own kitchen. Walk in the footsteps of the ancients and cross the bridge of time into the latest understanding of quantum mechanics, bio-medicinal properties and permaculture applications of these amazing substances. ORMUS are Anti-aging minerals, the cutting edge of superfood nutrition Learn the powerful healing effects of these minerals. Learn how to make them in your own home and save hundreds of dollars.
The term ORMUS comes from Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements (ORMEs), an attempt to describe the nature of this unusual phenomenon. The ORME represents a huge subject area, involving state-of-the-art chemistry, physics, physiology and interpretations of Sumerian, Egyptian and other histories including the alchemical western esoteric traditions. The modern name is ORMUS, ORME and “White-Gold”. It has also been known as an elixir, Manna, Shewbread, the snot, monatomic elements, AuM, the polymers, m-state, Shem-an-na, micro clusters, super deformed high-spin elements, exotic atoms, Semen of the Gods, Schefa Food, Bread of the Presence of God, MFKZT, Elixir of Life, the lapis, the Sophic Hydrolith of the Wise, Erinaes Philothes Philolithes, Apa itu, Batu Surgawi, Bubuk Putih, Manna dan Salwa, chrysopoeia, dew, occult gold, aurum potable, water of gold, and The Philosophers’ Stone. The precious metals known to exist in this 'ormes' state (known as the “light platinum group”) are cobalt, nickel, copper, ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, silver, and osmium, iridium, platinum, and gold (known as the “heavy platinum group”). These minerals are known as super conductors and can in a monatomic, super deformed, high spin, and low energy state, lose their chemical reactivity and metallic nature, thereby resulting in a state of Superconductivity. These precious metals have the unique ability to remain stable in the monatomic form, which can then lead to effects ranging from Levitation (weight losses) to Zero-Point Energy applications and to fundamental biological and/or human physiological effects.
What Is Alchemy
We know that chemistry is defined as 'The science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular systems' and that chemistry is the lineal descendent of Mediaeval and Ancient Chemy. The word alchemy comes from the Arabic 'al kima'. The syllable AL is the Arabic indefinite article, like the Hebrew letter He (hey), meaning 'The'. We will be looking closer at the Hebrew alphabet and Kabbalah later in the course. Alchemy therefore means 'the chemistry' or the 'higher chemistry', however the definition of the second half of the word has been obscured in history. Some believe the word to have come from the Egyptian word 'chem', meaning 'black' and relating to the description of Egypt as 'The land of the black soil'.
The 'black soil' referring to the silt deposits from the annual flooding of the Nile river. Others believe it more likely to have derived from 'chyma', a Greek word relating to the casting or fusing of metal. There seems to be other related Greek words like 'chymos', meaning 'plant juice', and 'chylos', a similar word but with the attribute of 'taste'. It appears as if the early roots of working with metals and the extraction of juices from plants were closely linked. The earliest use of the modern word Alchemy is found in the works of Julius Firmicus Maternus, the Astronomer, who lived in the fourth century, in the time of the Emperor Constantine. However, regardless of where the word 'alchemy' began, it has come to mean a very special form of spiritual development.
Alchemy. - The word is derived from the Arabian phrase "alkimia," which refers to the preparation of the Stone or Elixir by the Egyptians. The Arabic root "kimia" comes from the Coptic "khem" that alluded to the fertile black soil of the Nile delta. Esoterically and hieroglyphically, the word refers to the dark mystery of the primordial or First Matter (the Khem), the One Thing through which all creation manifests. Alchemy, then, is the Great Work of nature that perfects this chaotic matter, whether it is expressed as the metals, the cosmos, or the substance of our souls.
Alchemy is one of the world's oldest traditions -- a unique blend of science and spirituality that has the potential to create a new vision of the world. Alchemy offers a way of living in accord with the basic patterns of the universe that can result in magical transformations in your life. Since ancient Egyptian times, alchemists have worked in secret to produce something called the Philosopher's Stone,or the Elixir of Life, what the Egyptian's called Mfkzt, or what Mozes called Manna. The ancient Egyptians used the cone shape to energize their mfkzt, (ORMES) which was described as a white bread made from gold. The mfkzt is probably related to the Biblical manna and shewbread which may have been charged in the Ark of the Covenant.