Concentration Tea

A new friend of mine gave me a taste of ORMUS, also known as white powder gold, or the Philosopher’s Stone. It was discovered in 1975 by an Arizona farmer named David Hudson who discovered some material in his soil that he had never seen before. He laid it out to dry in the hot Arizona sun so he could have it analyzed, but the stuff exploded in a big flash of light and disappeared/ But when he dried it without the use of sunlight it didn’t disappear.

The tests showed that this material reacted differently to various heat and cold treatments.  The turning point was at 70 seconds heat treatment. When Hudson stopped the process at 69 seconds the powder contained no precious elements, yet at 70 seconds or over it did.

Ormus is a superconductor. Hudson  showed by dissecting animal brains that they too contained Ormus. According to Hudson our brains contain at least 5% Ormus. This percentage can be raised considerably if we take in food and water with a high Ormus content.

Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, or ORMEs. This has become known as Ormus and stands for what are twelve known elements which exist both in a material and an immaterial, energetic form. These are the known Ormus elements:

* Cobalt

* Nickel

* Copper

* Ruthenium

* Rhodium

* Palladium

* Silver

* Osmium

* Iridium

* Platinum

* Gold

* Mercury

Ormus is life energy.

Interesting, huh? So people take it in liquid form for thirty days, or more. What happened to me was extremely high energy, happiness and at the same time, incredible stillness inside, working on each of the chakras, in turn, and always remaining in the 3rd Eye. For a good, almost 24 hours. Bill Lanphar makes it here in Vilcabamba, and you can buy it from him.

ORMUS gold

Recipe of the Day – Concentration Tea


1 pinch each of the following herbs:

Yerba Mate


Holy Basil



Lemon Balm

Directions: Bring a pot of water almost to a boil. Fill a tea strainer with the herbs, and place it over your teapot or mug. Pour the water directly over and let the herbs steep for 20 minutes.

Word of the Day – oro – gold

Tip of The Day – Use this for healthy mental function and memory.

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