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Clip from the documentary ‘All The Gold You Can Eat’ explaining the possible use of monatomic minerals (ormus) in ancient Egypt. It’s a pretty compelling theory that Moses was in fact the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten, the grandson of Thutmose who was banished to the Sinai Desert for trying to promote the worship of a single faceless god and prevent the worship of idols and images. There are the exodus stories of the mana from the heavens and the grinding of the golden calf into a powder that the Israelites drank. It all sounds rather like the preparation of monatomic gold to me…


Now lets discuss some of the most commonly reported effects of taking ormus at least in my experience and what’s reported by those I work with. These include:
  • Dramatic increase in quality of sleep.
  • Noticeable increase in overall energy level and lack of fatigue (possibly due to better sleep)
  • Vivid dreams
  • Increase in mental focus and acuity (mental fog lifting)
  • Increase in the ability to internally visualize (crisp, clear internal vision)
  • Dramatic decrease in anxiety level and overall stress
  • Increase in mental motivation and desire to be active.
  • Dramatic increase in the clarity and ease of bringing on psychic visualizations such as remote viewing.
  • Dramatic decrease in tissue inflammation related to chronic conditions such as arthritis.
  • Dramatic healing of various physical issues.
With the exception of the decrease in tissue inflammation and perhaps some of the dramatic healing I’ve seen, each of these most commonly reported benefits are very closely tied with the functions controlled by the pineal gland.
I believe it’s therefore reasonable to consider the possibility that there may be a potent positive action from ormus on the functionality and effectiveness of the pineal gland. I believe this warrants serious scientific research and study. …


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