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originally written by Everett Karels <EKarels@aol.com>, 15-Jan-1996
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The white powder is comprised of a group of elements in a monatomic state. David Hudson calls them "ORMEs" for "Orbitally-rearranged monatomic elements." This is a new form (phase) of matter with entirely different physical properties from normal elements. Conventional chemistry texts have been of little value in explaining ORMEs. Hudson explains the concept on his video tapes. Several scientists have started studies of such matter although, to the author's knowledge, none has yet developed a satisfactory theory explaining the phenomena. To date, Hudson's discoveries have neither been conclusively confirmed nor rebutted by independent investigators.
ORMEs are naturally occurring in certain volcanic soils dating back to a geological event which occurred about 60 million years ago. Such soils are present throughout the western United States. Soils which are considered rich in these elements might contain up to six percent of this material. The remaining 94 percent or more of the material is ordinary dirt comprised mainly of silicon compounds. Initial processing consists of removing the dirt to get the residue. The residue comprises ORMEs or the white powder.
Because of the unique and valuable physical properties of ORMEs, there has developed a desire to produce them from the metallic form of the elements. In other words, there are reasons to convert metallic precious elements to ORMEs. Hudson told the author that he had found ways to do this although he said that the cost of doing so was prohibitively expensive. The reason for the high cost is due principally to the high, per-ounce cost of most precious metals. The process itself is not particularly expensive. But it is much less expensive to start with natural material and to then simply remove the ordinary elements from the natural material to get pure ORMEs matter.
Because the percentage of ORMEs in certain, particularly rich volcanic soils is so high (up to 6 percent) in comparison with normal high-grade ore (up to 0.0015 percent), there is considerable interest by mining companies in the technology required to convert ORMEs to their metallic form. The yield increases by a factor of more than 4000. According to Hudson (and confirmed by an independent source,) no mining company has figured out how to do this. Hudson says the processing technique is highly proprietary and will not be disclosed. An independent source in the mining industry says it's an impossibility and that many investors have lost millions trying.
If you look in any physics or chemistry text book for an explanation of what's going on here, you will look in vain. Nuclear physicists are just now getting a glimmer of an idea of the phenomena as explained in recent issues of such magazines as Scientific American and in various scientific journals. Based on Hudson's videos and transcripts I will attempt to explain the phenomena in layman's terms. (Nuclear scientists should either bite their tongues in the following simplified descriptions or correct the descriptions to suit their understanding of the truth. I make no claims about being an expert in this field of science.)
Neils Bohr explained many years ago the structure of an atom as having a nucleus comprised of positively-charged protons and neutrally-charged neutrons surrounded by a cloud of electrons. These are extremely tiny particles of matter. If you were to compare an atom with the solar system, the nucleus would be the sun and the electrons would be the planets.
There are two forces at work within the nucleus. One is the "strong" force which is the glue that holds all the protons and neutrons together. The other force is a "coulomb" force (electromagnetic in nature) which works to force the protons to repel each other. Within the tiny geometry of a spherical nucleus, the strong force is much stronger than the coulomb force, thereby holding the nucleus together despite the weaker coulomb force which works to break apart the nucleus. The strong force operates at short distances whereas the coulomb force operates at longer distances. Thus, within the dimensions of an atomic sphere, the strong force prevails, holding the nucleus together.
There are several bands of negatively-charged electrons which "rotate" around the nucleus. There are the same number of electrons surrounding the nucleus as there are protons within the nucleus. The outer band of electrons is called the "valence" band. Electrons in this band are called valence electrons. These are the electrons which are involved in chemical reactions. If the outer band of electrons is "full", the element is quite stable. If the outer band is not "full", the element is prone to interact with other elements such that the outer band is "filled." The number of electrons in the outer valence band varies depending upon the number of protons in the nucleus.
Neutrons and protons are roughly equivalent in size and weight whereas the electron is so small as to be almost indistinguishable from pure energy with virtually no discernible mass.
Typically, the atoms of metallic elements group themselves in sort of a crystalline lattice network whereby each atom shares electrons with other atoms of the same element. This is a relatively stable arrangement where the various nuclei are held in position by the forces of their neighboring nuclei. All metals share this characteristic but with a variety of crystalline configurations. It is difficult to disturb this structure; hence the physical rigidity of metals.
So far, we have not strayed from conventional chemistry and you can read the above description (in perhaps more eloquent or obscure language) in any college chemistry text. Now, we will start to move into new territory.
Classical science teaches us that the three phases of matter are gasses, liquids, and solids (and the newer plasmas, Bose-Einstein condensates and liquid crystals). Some solids crystallize into a lattice structure called metals. What classical science does not teach us is that there is, in fact, another phase of matter called monatomic. These monatomic materials have ceramic-like properties.
Nuclear physicists discovered in 1989 that the atoms of some elements exist in microclusters. These are tiny groups of between two and several hundred atoms. Most of the transition group precious metals in the center of the periodic chart exhibit a monoatomic state. If you have more than a specific number of these atoms in a microcluster, the atoms will aggregate into a lattice structure with metallic properties. If you have fewer than that critical number of atoms, that microcluster will disaggregate into monatomic atoms with ceramic properties. Monatomic atoms are not held in position by electron sharing with their neighboring atoms as are atoms in a classical lattice structure. The critical number of atoms for rhodium is 9 and the critical number of atoms for gold is 2.
The significance of this is that if you have two or more gold atoms in a microcluster, it will exhibit metallic characteristics. However, if you have 9 or fewer atoms in a microcluster of rhodium atoms, the microcluster will spontaneously disaggregate to become a group of monatomic rhodium atoms. You might wonder why there is one equilibrium state at a certain deformation level and a different equilibrium state at a different level of deformation. This is a question for nuclear scientists to ponder.
It has been observed that the valence electrons of monatomic elements are unavailable for chemical reactions. This means that monatomic atoms are chemically inert and have many of the physical properties of ceramic materials. Because the valence electrons are unavailable, it is impossible to use standard analytical chemistry techniques to identify a monatomic element.
After reading the above statement, one observer commented that the statement is not altogether true. He says: "There is a sort of shadow chemistry which still works on monoatomic elements. Hudson speaks of the same color changes in monatomic chemistry as occur in metallic chemistry. From alchemical understanding, I suspect that similar chemical reactions still occur but at a much reduced rate. In other words, a chemical process which takes a few days with metallic chemistry may take months or years using this "shadow chemistry." For the sake of consistency, we might want to call this "shadow chemistry" "alchemy."
What the observer says may be true but he doesn't explain the physical mechanism at work here. Are the valence electrons unavailable for reactions in monatomic elements or not? Also, simply assigning a name to a phenomena doesn't explain the phenomena.
These are very recent discoveries and the full implications have yet to be evaluated by the scientific community. You won't find this in textbooks yet.
In general, a metallic element is physically stable and is a relatively good conductor of both heat and electricity and is usually chemically active. (Metals typically rust and/or corrode.) To the contrary, monatomic atoms of the same element behaves more like a ceramic in that they are generally poor conductors of both heat and electricity and are chemically inert. In addition, according to Hudson, monatomic elements exhibit the characteristics of superconductors at room temperature.
Russian scientists at the Institute of Mineralogy, Geochemistry, and Crystal Chemistry of Rare Earth's in Kiev explicitly state in their literature that atoms in lattice structures are metallic in nature and that these same atoms in the monatomic state are ceramic in nature. However, Dr. Kogan of the institute does not support all of Hudson's findings as being scientifically valid. It would be worthwhile if we could obtain a detailed critique of Hudson's work from that institute.
Monatomic atoms have been observed to exist in all the heavy elements in the center of the periodic table. These are the elements which have "half-filled" bands of valence electrons and include the following elements. Their atomic numbers are given in parenthesis (the atomic number represents the number of protons in the nucleus.) Ruthenium (44), Rhodium (45), Palladium (46), Silver (47), Osmium (76), Iridium (77), Platinum (78), and Gold (79). Other metallic elements in the same part of the periodic table have also been observed in microclusters.
Because the atoms of monatomic elements are not held in a rigid lattice network, their physical characteristics are quite different from atoms which are locked in the lattice. Thus, it is the grouping of atoms which defines the physical characteristics of the element; not just the number of neutrons and protons in the nucleus as previously believed. If you don't have a lattice network, you don't have a metal even though the atoms of the two forms of matter are identical!
The implication here is that there is an entirely new phase of matter lurking about the universe. This form (phase) of matter is comprised of monatomic elements; a heretofore unknown form (phase) of matter. They have remained unknown for so long because they are inert and undetectable by normal analytical techniques.
This might be nothing but a scientific curiosity except for the fact that Hudson now claims that a relatively large amount of this previously undiscovered monatomic matter seems to exist in the earth's crust.
How could it be that a small percentage of the earth's matter could be comprised of material which heretofore has been completely undiscovered? It has to do with the theory of analytical chemistry. None of the detection techniques of analytical chemistry can detect monatomic elements. They can only detect elements by interacting with their valence electrons. Because the valence electrons of monatomic atoms are unavailable, the atoms are unidentifiable. To detect a monatomic element requires that you first convert it from its monatomic state to its normal state to allow the element to be detected with conventional instrumentation. As a result, this phase of matter has existed as a stealth material right under the noses of scientists without detection until very recently.
Some observers claim that there should be reliable detection techniques for monatomic matter but you have to know what you are looking for to make use of the techniques. If you do not suspect that monatomic matter exists, it is unlikely you will accidentally find it.
The monatomic form of an element exhibits physical characteristics which are entirely different from its metallic form. These differences are currently being investigated by nuclear physicists so it isn't possible to make an exhaustive list of the differences. A few of the differences will be noted.
Classical literature states that the white powder has a fluorescent-like glow. Hudson says that this powder behaves as a superconductor at room temperature, giving it very interesting properties. Because it is a superconductor, it tends to "ride" on the magnetic field of the earth, giving it the powers of levitation. It has been found to be very difficult to determine the specific gravity of monatomic elements because the weight varies widely with temperature and the magnetic environment. Under some circumstances, monatomic elements weigh less than zero! That is, a container full of monatomic matter could be observed to weigh less than the empty container.
These elements have characteristics akin to porcelain in that they do not chemically react with anything and are very stable, durable and heat resistant. Some of the potential applications of monatomic elements are discussed later in this report.
According to recent articles in Scientific American [ New Radioactivities , Superdeformation in 104, 105Pd ] and Physical Review C [ Inertias of superdeformed bands ], monatomic elements tend to be prone to transmutation as follows:
Normal nuclei are roughly spherical in shape, held in place by the overwhelming strong nuclear force, but the nuclei of monatomic elements with only partially filled outer orbital's in the nucleolus become deformed when the lack of dipole-dipole interactions with surrounding nuclei causes the protons and neutrons in the partially filled orbital's to be excluded introducing a wobble in the nucleolus.
This deformity increases the particle distance thereby weakening the strong nuclear force (which falls off very rapidly) and allows the electromagnetic repulsion between the protons to begin to overshadow it. So the nuclei of these atoms are more unstable than normal nuclei.
If the deformity exceeds a 2:1 ratio the nuclei is classified as superdeformed and can spontaneously fission (the naturally occurring, and therefore stable, monatomics probably do not have superdeformed nuclei).
Not much is known about the circumstances which contribute to this spontaneous transmutation. About all that can be said at this early date is that spontaneous transmutation has been observed to exist. . It is no longer a matter of whether transmutation does or does not exist but under what circumstances such transmutation occurs.
Because monatomic atoms are not held in place by a rigid lattice structure, the coulomb forces cause the atoms to distribute themselves much further apart than their metallic counterparts. Thus, the physical material appears as a fluffy powder. For example, the specific gravity of metallic iridium is about 22 whereas the specific gravity of monatomic iridium is about 3 - a difference of greater than 7 times. One way to view this phenomena is to examine popcorn. In the unpopped state, popcorn is a rather dense material. However, if you were to heat the kernels, the kernels dramatically change shape and texture to that of popped popcorn which has a much lower density than the original kernels.
It has been experimentally observed that monatomic atoms distribute themselves in a very orderly manner in a wave pattern, similar to that of a lattice pattern except at greater distances. This would imply that these atoms have a wave-form of energy associated with them and they arrange themselves in a very definite pattern determined by that energy. Because it has not been previously observed that the coulomb force has wave characteristics, this discovery might suggest that there is yet a third force, as yet unidentified, within the nucleus. Either that or the nature of the coulomb force will have to be redefined to fit the new evidence. As you might observe, these discoveries are on the cutting edge of nuclear physics.
It is truly amazing that nature can offer two identical atoms (identical number of protons, electrons, and neutrons) with such different physical characteristics. The only difference between the two is the manner in which groups of atoms are bonded together. Perhaps the popcorn analogy is quite appropriate. Popped corn and kernel corn are chemically identical yet they have quite different physical characteristics. Much more will be discovered about this in the near future as the physicists continue to pursue these mysteries.
Hudson said that the naturally-occurring white powder is comprised of all the precious ORMEs in rather fixed proportions. (At least from his ores.) He stated that each ORME affects a different gland (seal) of the body. Ancient literature says that the white powder of gold effects the seventh seal (the pineal gland), other white powders effect other seals. Hudson believes that proper spiritual usage would require that you take all the elements in their naturally-occurring proportions. That's what the Egyptians did.
Hudson pointed out that the ancient Egyptian literature only discusses the white powder of gold. Yet, the powder which was found in the pyramids contained all the monatomic elements in the expected percentages. The dominant element was rhodium. He believes that the reason that the Egyptians only mentioned gold was because they were simply unaware of the other elements. They knew about iron, gold, silver, and copper. If you were to chemically analyze monatomic rhodium, you would believe that you had an iron compound.
For each ton (2000 pounds) of ore from his sources, Hudson projects the following yields. Note: This analysis varies among Hudson's various presentations. This data is a rough composite of them all. If more exact numbers can be offered, please do so.
Total amount of white powder: 2400 ozs (150 lbs or 67.9 kg)Yield: 6.25 percentTypical yield from conventional mining: 0.0015 percentYield improvement: 4000XApproximate Yields of Monatomic Elements: Rhodium: ~1200 ozs (34.1 kg) Iridium: ~800 ozs (22.7 kg) Ruthenium: 250 ozs (7.1 kg) Osmium: 150 ozs (4.26 kg) Platinum: 13 ozs (369 grams) Gold: 11 ozs (310 grams) Palladium: 6 ozs (170 grams) Silver: Not stated.
Because Hudson says that monatomic gold is convertible to metallic gold, the yield of gold alone from his "ore" is 11 ounces per ton compared with 0.5 ounces per ton from a "rich" ore. That is an improvement of 22X. He says that the major gold mining companies are extremely interested in Hudson's processing techniques and are trying to duplicate his results. Hudson himself is not interested in converting the white powder to the metallic form. His principal concern lies with higher-valued industrial applications. Hudson would prefer that the precious metals market maintain its high prices to justify the royalties which will be charged for the white powder. Contrarily, an independent metals scientist claims it is theoretically impossible to convert commercial quantities of monatomic elements to their metallic forms. Minute quantities can be converted under the exacting conditions of an analytical laboratory but the process cannot be scaled up enough to be of commercial value.
Hudson stated that he intends to focus all his attention on the monatomic forms of the precious elements. Although he knows how to convert to the metallic state, he intends to avoid doing it. It is far riskier and costly to store and transport metallic gold than it is to store and transport the monatomic state of gold. There is no threat that Hudson will collapse the precious metals market by flooding it with cheap bullion.
The annual world-wide production of gold is about 240,000 ounces at a cost of about $300 per ounce (selling for about $400.) The consumption is about 300,000 ounces. This might suggest that the price should rise but the central banks (Russia in particular) have been unloading their inventories, keeping prices steady for the last several years. ($350 to $415.) A slowing of selling by the central banks and an increasing demand for metallic gold from India has caused a recent jump in the price of gold to above $415 for the first time in a decade. According to Hudson, the annual capacity of his prototype plant would be about 3300 ounces at an average cost of about $7.50 per ounce. This would hardly be enough gold to impact the world bullion market.
Hudson says that gold mining interests are extremely interested in his production techniques which reduces the cost of producing gold from about $300 per ounce to below $10 per ounce. If they ever figure out how to do it themselves, there would be a tendency for them to flood the market with this new supply, driving down the world price of gold bullion. But, as already stated, metals scientists are not rushing to endorse Hudson's claims.
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The peculiar nature of ORMEs has allowed them to remain undetected throughout the industrial revolution. As a result, virtually nothing is known about their properties. Only with their recent discovery by Hudson has any attention been paid to this entirely new phase of matter.
It is expected that further research into ORMEs will reveal a new world as rich and rewarding as the chemical world with which we are already familiar. Just by scratching the surface a bit, Hudson says that investigators have found that ORMEs can significantly improve many existing products and can bring forth many new, as yet undreamed super products.
Just a few examples of what investigators have already found is that the white powder of rhodium can increase the blade life in high-temperature turbines by an order of magnitude. This is because ORMEs are chemically inert and can withstand very high temperatures without degradation. In the area of fuel cells, they offer the promise of making homes and businesses energy self-sufficient. They can even power motor vehicles without the use of fossil fuels. In the chemical industry, they have been found effective in doubling the efficiency of chlorine production. Because ORMEs are also superconductors at room temperature, we can expect new revolutions in the power generation and computer fields. Just a bit of research will undoubtedly reveal hundreds of other exciting industrial applications for this new phase of matter.
The white powder of rhodium/iridium significantly extends the life of turbine blades in high-temperature applications (such as in jet engines.) The difference is significant enough that whichever manufacturer has the material (whether it be General Electrical, Pratt & Whitney, or Rolls Royce) that manufacturer will dominate the turbine engine market. (There is an order of magnitude difference in blade life.) Hudson says he is currently working with all of them to select the one with whom he will work. He will then license the material to them in return for a royalty fee based on the number of hours each engine operates. This has a huge potential market.
The white powder of rhodium/iridium is the ideal material from which to make fuel cells. The cost of fuel cells is currently prohibitively expensive because of the cost of metallic rhodium (Hudson quoted the price of rhodium to be greater than $1000 per ounce. I recently got a quote from a strategic metals dealer for a small quantity at $300 per ounce for "industrial-grade" metallic rhodium. I don't know what that means.)
Hudson intends to license the material to the fuel cell manufacturers (General Electric and/or Westinghouse) for a royalty fee based on the number of kilowatt hours that each fuel cell produces. The cost of fuel cells will thus drop to become commercially-viable products and Hudson will earn his royalty fees forever. Fuel cells can become a standard part of every home and business, making them energy independent. The losers will be the oil companies and the electric utilities. Hudson believes that within ten years, oil will become obsolete for heating and transportation purposes. Fuel cells will even be used to power automobiles and other vehicles. Batteries won't be needed except for startup purposes.
By charging a royalty based on the value of the product produced (electricity,) the consumer will be much more inclined to use fuel cells as a source of electric power as long as the cost per kilowatt hour is less than the current commercial cost of power. Because of Hudson's extremely low cost of product, he can adjust the royalty fee accordingly to achieve that result. Anyone who must pay the market value for rhodium ($300 per ounce) would be priced out of the market. According to Hudson, it has been cost, not technology, which has thwarted the commercial development of fuel cells for the commercial production of electrical power. Thus, Hudson's pricing strategy should result in an explosion in the fuel cell market.
With the new environmental regulations in place, about 18 percent of the entire electrical production capacity of the United States is devoted to the production of chlorine from seawater. Much of the power produced by the hydroelectric power plants in Washington is shipped to California for the production of chlorine. The chlorine so produced is used as a water purifier by municipalities. It has been found that by using the white powder of rhodium/iridium in the electrodes, the efficiency of the process can be doubled. Hudson intends to license this material to chlorine producers in return for a percentage of their savings. This could amount to billions of dollars in savings in electrical power.
By saving 9 percent of the total electrical power generated in the United States and by transferring much of the remaining demand for power over to fuel cells, the need for nuclear power stations could be eliminated. Also, many of the dirty coal-fired power stations could be retired resulting in significant environmental improvements. Further, the need for long-distance transmission of power could be reduced. Most of the remaining power requirements could be met with clean-burning natural gas power stations and from hydroelectric sources. (Some might argue that hydroelectric plants are not environmentally friendly either but they are certainly friendlier than some of the alternate sources of power. Regardless, reducing the total amount of power generated by 9 percent is certainly a step in the right direction.)
There is reason to believe that the white powder can be effective in the treatment of both cancer and AIDS. Clinical tests are currently underway. There are physiological reasons to believe these claims. It has been observed that ORMEs work to repair damaged DNA strands in the human body. (See further information on this subject in any of Hudson's video presentations.)
The white powder is a superconductor at room temperature. Heretofore, superconductivity has only been achieved at extremely low temperatures [164°K is the current record]. The applications for room-temperature superconductors will be explored by Hudson on a broad front.
The implications for the power generation and computer technologies are astounding. Using superconductors, electrical power can be transferred coast-to-coast with no losses. Computer chips can be packed tighter by a factor of 1000 if no heat were generated. The implications for further dramatic miniaturization of computers is staggering.
It has been noted that ORMEs do not reflect radar signals coherently. They diffuse the signals in such a way that the material is undetectable by radar. The only structural metal which functions similarly is boron which currently has wide applications in the fabrication of stealth aircraft, at great cost. Boron structures are fabricated with extremely tedious gas diffusion techniques, making stealth aircraft astronomically expensive. The fabrication techniques using monatomic elements would be much less expensive and would be more effective than boron. With significantly reduced costs, many other applications for a radar diffusion material could become practical.
Boron is also the material of choice to build the structural members of space stations - again at great cost. There is reason to believe that this job could perhaps be done better and at much less cost using monatomic elements.
Missile reentry vehicles make use of complex carbon-impregnated ceramic ablation materials to protect the payload during reentry into the earth's atmosphere. Hudson pointed out that the use of 6 percent of monatomic iridium in the heat shield material would dramatically improve its performance.
It has been experimentally noted that a box made of ORMEs can very effectively contain nuclear radiation. Thus, nuclear wastes can be permanently stored safely in containers made of the white powder.
Several high-speed trains are currently in use in Japan which are based on magnetic levitation to reduce friction. If you produce a very strong magnetic field in opposition to the earth's magnetic field, you can cause an object to levitate. Because ORMEs are natural superconductors, they can levitate without the need to produce a strong magnetic field. There are many implications for the transportation industry.
Editors Note: I believe that current trains levitate over magnetic fields produced in the track, not against the Earths magnetic field which I believe would take an astronomical magnetic field. However, there are still many advantages to using a very high-temperature superconductor for this purpose.
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Although the exact production techniques for the white powder involve 14 discrete steps, each of which is proprietary and will not be revealed, Hudson did make a few general comments concerning the production methods.
He said the ore is quite plentiful and easily identifiable. It is part of a volcanic eruption which occurred about 60 million years ago and it is readily available in all the western states. He will get his own ore from his own farm near Phoenix. Most of the ore is similar in composition so there isn't much concern about variations in quality.
The first step is to chemically remove all non-monatomic elements such as dirt. This is reasonably easy to do, Hudson says, because they are all reactive with one solvent or another. The end result is a pure, naturally-occurring white powder with a rather definite percentage of each precious element. This is the powder which will be made available to the members of the spiritual foundation. In response to a direct question by the author, Hudson stated that he did not intend to do any separation on any of the material which would be delivered to members of the foundation. Each of the elements, including gold, would be included in the deliverable material in their naturally-occurring proportions. He was further pressed on this point with the question: "Would you consider delivering pure monatomic gold to a member of the foundation? The answer was "no." Pure monatomic gold would only be delivered under royalty agreements to industrial customers. (This is contrary to what Hudson has stated on earlier videos.)
This is an important issue because classical literature only discusses the white powder of gold. It doesn't talk about the white powder of rhodium, iridium, palladium, etc. If the material being delivered by Hudson is not the white powder of gold, then the question comes up: "What is it?" Hudson responded that the materials are identical; the old scribes were simply unaware of all the other monatomic elements riding along with the gold in their white powder.
For industrial purposes, the white powder needs to be separated into the individual elements. Hudson says he has methods to do this for all of the precious elements without ever converting them to the metallic state. He says that gold is the simplest to separate; it is hardest to separate rhodium and iridium from each other. Because there is no particular benefit to separate these two, it is his intention to skip that step and provide the two as a pair unless some particular customer is willing to pay for such a separation. Pure monatomic rhodium or iridium would be special-order items.
As an interesting aside, Hudson noted that Moses had a smelter at Mt. Sinai to heat volcanic ash to 450 degrees Celsius, thereby driving off monatomic atoms of gold which were then collected in the form of the white powder of gold. It was this white powder which comprised manna, the food of the Gods, which fed the Israelites for many years. Hudson said that gold is the easiest of the monatomic elements to collect this way. Most volcanic ash yields several ounces of gold per ton, he said. The author has been unable to find anyone in the mining industry who agrees that volcanic ash contains anywhere near that much gold, metallic or monatomic.
Hudson emphasized that there is never any need to convert the monatomic elements to the physical metallic state. He does not intend to do so due to the security problems associated with precious metals bullion. Thieves don't know what to do with the white powder - it has no market value. Gold bullion, on the other hand, is more valuable than money. Not only that, but precious metals cannot be transported across international borders without extensive permits and explanations.
Others disagree with Hudson's opinion that the white powder will have no market value. Although he intends to give it at no charge to members of the foundation and to license it to selected industrial customers under long-term royalty agreements, it has been pointed out that a flourishing black market for the material will probably develop shortly after the material becomes available. Perhaps Hudson will not place a value on it but others will. The author will leave this point for speculation by the reader.
Although Hudson did make brief comments about the spiritual qualities of the white powder, we turn instead to the classic literature and to contemporary channellers to learn more about the spiritual qualities of the white powder. It has spiritual effects due to the physical effects of the white powder on each of the seven seals in the body. These are the seven spiritual centers. When all seven seals are open, the body takes on "Christ-like" characteristics.
A summary of some of the spiritual qualities that are imparted on anyone who takes the white powder internally follow. This list has been derived from a number of classical sources, both written and channelled, and has yet to be confirmed or rebutted by contemporary scientists. Hudson categorically states that his white powder is the same as that found in the ancient pyramids although he offers no independent scientific verification of his statement. Incidentally, contemporary channellers agree that Hudson's material is the same as that found in the pyramids.)
Some of the literature which discusses the white powder include the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Bible, and The Red Lion. The spirit entity known as Ramtha teaches about about the white powder in his contemporary School of Enlightenment in Yelm, Washington. It has been variously known throughout the ages as "the eye of Horus, manna, the holy grail, and the elixir of life.
It is said in ancient literature that anyone who uses the white powder will develop a halo about his body.
Much channeled information is available about each of these but for the purposes of this report, they are simply listed.
Potential consumers of the white powder for spiritual purposes are encouraged to first read The Red Lion to become more aware of the potential consequences. Casual consumption of the white powder is not recommended. Do not view it as a "cure-all" patent medicine. The long-term side effects are truly awesome. Some people who are taking "look-alike" white powder products are not experiencing these side effects because the "look-alike" products are not the "real thing." If they were the "real thing", these people would be having some rather outrageous experiences.
Hudson told the author that he will never sell the white powder for medical, curative, or healing purposes. It will only be given at no charge to members of the Science of the Spirit Foundation for spiritual purposes only. The Constitution of the United States protects religious freedom in this country so the spiritual purposes of the white powder do not come under the purvue of the FDA.
Editors Note: Tell that to the Native American Indians.
No medical claims will ever be made for the material. It is not a medicine, tonic, vitamin, or any other medically-related product and will not be promoted as such. It will have no established market value. You will not be able to buy it in pharmacies, health food stores, or any other commercial establishment. It might become available to non-members from members of the foundation who may wish to share their supply in non-commercial transactions. (Others have suggested that there will be a flourishing black market for the material involving members of the foundation but such activity will be unrelated to Hudson.)
Some independent scientists scoff at Hudson's discoveries. At the very least, they vehemently disagree with his stated theories as being contrary to known scientfic principles. With due respect to these scientists, it might be appropriate to also solicit other independent scientific opinions before reaching any definitive conclusions about the validity of Hudson's explanations. It wouldn't be the first time that the established scientific community mislabelled a great discovery as bogus.
What is left open to question is whether Hudson's white powder does indeed have the properties - both physical and metaphysical - that he claims for it. He may have the "right stuff" but the "wrong explanation." Because so little of the material is currently available for study, it isn't possible for any qualified independent scientist to even hazard a guess as to whether it is or is not the "right stuff."
If it is found that the material is indeed the "right stuff" but that Hudson's explations are faulty, then it would be very worthwhile for someone to spend the time and effort required to postulate a "correct" theory. A Nobel Prize would likely be in the offing for the first scientist who correctly explains these unusual phenomena.
If it is found that both the material and the explanations are bogus, then we should all pack up and find useful employment elsewhere.
A note about the word "Monatomic''
Unabridged dictionaries allow the word to be spelled ``monatomic'' or ``monoatomic.'' As is convention, the first word listed is the preferred spelling. Six college chemistry texts reviewed by the author used the spelling ``monatomic.'' The Houghton-Mifflin spelling dictionary in many computer word processors uses the spelling ``monatomic.'' However, Hudson personally uses the ``monoatomic'' spelling. Therefore, much of the literature related to Hudson follows Hudson's lead. However, for the purposes of this document, the ``monatomic'' spelling was used to be more in accordance with conventional usage.
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White Gold Alchemy video lecture.
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A lecture video by: Laurence Gardner, on Ancient Secret Science, of Egyptian priests, "Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark" (his book). Amazing Revelations of the Incredible Power of White Powder Gold. "Quantum Physics Science"
<Jan and Keth with best selling author Laurence Gardener in London UK.