Humans, Superconductivity and Common Minerals

I am excited to share with you a new understanding that came to me in a morning meditation. This new understanding combines a number of different scientific concepts and theorizes about currently un-measurable energy systems in the human body. It touches on ORMUS, superconductivity, simple molecules and human spirit. I believe that the human body has the capabilities to tap into unlimited energy sources and thrive while doing so.

In a nutshell – high spin state noble metals resonate at frequencies that channel energy that can be tapped (harvested) by biological systems. It is up to us to create an environment that is sensitive enough to detect the resonance and manufacture a protein to harvest the energy.

Sound reasonable?

If nothing else, it should sound interesting.

To better explain this idea that came to me, we’ll need to touch on some background information. We’ll revisit a number of topics that I’ve touched on over the months and then dive headlong into some new areas. Hopefully, in the end, we’ll find the theory plausible.

High Spin State

This is a concept that is very intriguing. Atoms can have different properties based upon how the electrons orbit the atom. The Life-enthusiast website touches on this when it talks about ORMUS on one of its pages. They state:

Researchers have re-discovered a new, previously hidden, form of matter that may provide tremendous advancements to human nutrition. An earlier term for this form of matter is “orbitally rearranged monatomic elements”, lately better known as “ORMUS“.

Precious metals, including copper, silver, gold, rhodium, iridium and platinum (and others) exist in a modified state, where they no longer display the electric, spectroscopic, chemical, or thermal properties usually associated with the “metal” state. The resulting material appears crystalline, stable, non-conductive, heat resistant, and chemically inert. These same elements would have to be classified not as metals, but as inert minerals. These elements are both natural and ubiquitous, they permeate the environment, our food, and our bodies.

Some elements have the potential to assume a “high-spin state”. This refers to a phenomenon discovered in the late 1980’s by nuclear physicists at a number of renowned laboratories. They discovered that when certain atoms are put into a high-spin state, the elementary particles inside the nucleus become rearranged and spin around at an increased rate of speed.

As a result of the rearranged orbitals, the electromagnetic emissions from high-spin elements are different from their ordinary spectra. (See Scientific American, October 1991; Philip Yam, p. 26). [Source]

Even though they call this something that was discovered in the 1980’s, I’d have to say that the workings of the idea have been around (relatively) forever but people haven’t thought about it this way. People are fairly ridged with their thinking, but they don’t really need to look past the photosynthesis situation.

I’ve touched on this in previous articles, but when you add energy to an atom, you ‘spin it up’. As you spin up an atom, the characteristics of that atom change giving it an attraction (or affinity) to combine with other atoms in specific ways to make stable molecules. The prime example of this is how the process of photosynthesis takes carbon dioxide, water and light to make sugar and free oxygen. Before the light is added, the carbon dioxide and water do not have the affinity to combine. It’s only after adding the sunlight (in a directed way) that the atoms take on different properties and combine to create a stable molecule – sugar.

I believe that one of the key elements to this equation has to do with the electromagnetic energy that the atom gives off. Or, rather than say ‘gives off’, we should stay it ‘resonates with’. Like a little magnet, each atom carries a vibration that represents its energy state.

Classic energy release through oxidation (as outlined at Scitable near the top of this article) shows that energy can be released from molecules as they are broken down. In other words, the light that is trapped in the molecule is released that changes the electromagnetic characteristics of the atoms with make them fall apart.

So the key idea here is to be open to the idea that atoms can hold energy. When atoms hold energy, their electromagnetic characteristics change.

Empty Space

What’s in all that empty space anyway? Why is it that on a quantum level, you can’t just slip two hydrogen atoms together like shuffling a deck of cards? You’d think this would be possible, but it just doesn’t happen. All the textbook diagrams show what appear to be balls, or circles, when it comes to conceptualizing an atom. To me, this is a little misleading. It makes you think that the atom is solid like a beach ball when, in fact, it’s nearly all empty space.

It might be a bit more accurate to think about atoms as electromagnetic type energy fields. As the electron spins around the nucleus, it generates energy waves that act as a buffer between it and other atoms. These energy waves give the atom an invisible volume. They create a buffer zone around the atom that repeals other energy fields.

So, even though the bulk of the space within the atom is empty space, the energy of the atom itself creates a field around itself that creates this invisible volume that we call an atom.

Now, when you flip it around and think that this volume is generated by the energy in the atom, you have to wonder what happens to that volume if you add or remove energy. Will the fields around the atom change?

Well, that’s what the scientific articles (linked in above) seem to say.

That would lead someone to believe that energy and atoms have a working relationship that may prove vital to biological systems.


This leads us to part of the information that came to me in my morning meditation – all molecules give off vibrations. And, when I think about vibrations, I think about music and synchronized wave patterns.

But before looking at a molecule, we should look at the single atom. We all know that atoms that are missing an electron seek out an atom that is positive an electron so that they can bond. This bonding can be thought of as a harmonic union of the two energy fields. Both atoms resonate in a way that allows them to share each other’s energy field in order to complement their own. Thus we get something like sodium chloride to bond to make salt.

Now we introduce the concept that bonds between atoms can be strong or weak. Or, in other words, sometimes it takes a lot of energy to split to atoms apart whereas other times it is rather simple. In the case of salt (sodium chloride), the bond between the two is so weak all you have to do is add the compound to water and the polarity of the water molecules will pull it apart.

Let’s get back to vibrations. The idea here is that as the electron spins around the nucleus of the atom, it generates an electromagnetic type invisible field that acts like a musical note in a sea of other musical notes. As all atoms sing, the ones that are in tune find attraction (bonding) whereas the ones that do not find repulsion (pushing apart). Part of this could be based on the electrical charge that the atom might carry or, simply, the energy that the atom carries.

Now, when you place multiple atoms together to form a molecule, you get a synchronistic unit that is much more powerful than the individual atoms. This synchronistic unit generates its own electromagnetic type field that is different from the individual atoms, yet could be likened to a chord played on the piano. It has its own resonance.

Why is this all important? Having an energy vibration provides an efficient means for attracting and repulsing other molecules and atoms. It allows for attraction over relatively large distances (intercellular) where activities can take place. And it provides for ‘clean’ hook-ups between difference atoms. If everything is just happenstance, it would probably take too long for the correct angular ‘bump’ between to atoms to be just right for them to actually hook-up. Whereas if each molecule (or atom) gave off a vibration (that involves an electromagnetic type field) the two molecules (or atoms) could find themselves attracted across great spans of empty space within the cell (or anywhere else for that matter).

Also, and probably more important, if all molecules give off vibrations that allow for attraction and repulsion, it would make sense that when a molecule breaks (or is defective) the vibration that it would give off would not be in sync with the vibration of a whole healthy molecule. Thus, the broken molecule would not be picked up to function in the cell when a healthy molecule is needed.

This might get complicated in a dirty body. If there is so much garbage floating around in the body generating vibrations of all sorts, it could be like going to the football game and walking the stadium listening for a particular voice amongst the thousands of unique voices. If molecules gave off similar vibrations, it would be similar to having multiple copies of that unique voice all over in the stadium. Thus, the task of finding that unique voice would become much easier to locate.

Spirit Molecules

The spirit molecule that I’m talking about is not to be confused with DMT. But rather, just like the body has the ability to harvest energy by breaking down sugar or protein, I’m under the intuitive understanding that the body can also harvest energy from other sources. In particular, atoms, that can be conditioned (trained) into a state where they resonate with the ever existing energy fields that exist around us, can be wrapped (organically) to become a usable energy supply.

This takes us back to the high spin state ORMUS and superconductivity. I’ve come across articles (don’t have them at hand right now) that talk about the fact that if two superconductive atoms are brought into synchronicity, you can add infinite amount of energy into one atom and retrieve it from the other. The coolest thing is that these two atoms don’t have to be touching; they just have to be synchronized. Another cool attribute is that if the atom is synchronized to an endless energy source, infinite amounts of energy can be drawn from it. But this only happens if the atom is in a superconductive state.

This is where our understanding of ORMUS comes into play. Or, more specifically, high spin state white gold powder (or the other noble metals). The idea here is that single atoms of different stable metals can be spun up to the point where they change their state from acting like a metallic atom to acting like a superconductor. In other words, if the atom is spun up to the point where it can create the Meissner effect, you’ve got an atom that can be an unlimited energy source.

If you search around the White Gold Powder sites for a while, you’ll find lots of information about superconductivity and what it means, but you won’t find anything about organically trapping the atoms so that the energy sources can be harvested. This is one of the things that came to me intuitively. Basically, when high spins state atoms get into the body, it has to be captured to do the body any good. Because the body already has a bunch of monatomic atoms in it (as shown by the ash from animal tissue) we know that the body naturally traps the atoms and puts them to work.

Even though it hasn’t been discovered yet, the body already produces molecules that trap and use these high spin state atoms. I would guess that the molecule would look like chlorophyll or hemoglobin, but it really doesn’t matter for all it needs to be able to do is capture released energy from the atom and distribute it into the body. For now, I’m going to call these Spirit Molecules.

In normal situations, these spirit molecules sit relatively dormant. People have no idea that they exist in the body and that they have the ability to tap into infinite amounts of energy. Every once in a while we hear about some miracle that happens that that requires a huge amount of energy, but few really believe. Why is this?

It would seem that in order to get energy out of a superconductive atom, you would have to attune it to the source that it should resonate with! Or, in other words, it needs to be activated. Just getting it into your body doesn’t really do all that much good. You’ve got to get the atoms to vibrate in sync with its source in order for it to go to work for you.

Re-mineralizing your body and pH

Here is where you can help the process along. Basically, what you want to do is consume the right type of minerals and have an environment (in the body) where they can be spun up. Keep in mind that an acid body forces crystallization of minerals whereas an alkaline body allows for minerals to stay in solution.

If you look at the ORMUS making process (ORMUS, Is this the wet method?), you’ll see that after placing your mineral source in solution, you raise the pH to 10.78 which causes the minerals to precipitate. After cleansing multiple times, you lower the pH placing the minerals back into solution. But this happens before you hit a neutral pH.

The body does these things naturally. Not only does the stomach and intestinal pH break down organic matter, but it helps capture minerals for the body to use. Once those minerals are absorbed, they are distributed around the body to places that can either use them as base metals or capture any that are in the superconductive state.

This is where more intuitive understanding comes in. The Superconductive atoms require an alkaline environment. If the environment is too low (acid), the energy is quickly drained and the superconductive capabilities are lost. The atoms revert back to their base metal functions. In other words, if we consume magnesium but the body requires all that we consume to simply balance our environment, we won’t be able to save any to function as superconductive Spirit Molecules.

Thus, another part of that intuitive understanding that came in morning meditation is that we’ve got to get our bodies into the 7+ pH range and build a store of normal minerals so that any superconductive minerals that we take on don’t need to be used for normal bodily functions. The number that I wrote down was 7.8, but that is just an intuitive guess. (note that blood is 7.34 and it’s got to stay right close to that. The other fluids in the body can vary from the blood pH.)


The attunement process is done through conscious living. This is the part where you have to work for the glory. Once you’ve cleaned the acid crystallization out of the body to find a long lasting pH that is compatible with storing Spirit Molecules, you than have to attune them to the energy source.

This is where meditation, yoga, breathing and focused intention all come into play. The spirit molecules vibrate at a frequency that matches the pure intention of your heart. In other words, the energy that you feel when you’re in love is a vibration that matches a cosmic source. If you make a conscious effort to fill your mind and body with that feeling, you will activate (attune) the Spirit Molecules to the source of love. When they attune, they will be a source of that energy from the cosmos!

Because there are a number of different types of atoms, it would make sense that there are different higher level feeling that are associated with the different Spirit Molecules. One might resonate to the feeling of love whereas another might resonate with a feeling of gratitude. If you are already practicing, you might have already noticed that some emotions come easier than others. It may be that you’ve attuned some Spirit Molecules better than others. Or, it may be that the atoms that go to form the molecules that would help with the weaker emotions just doesn’t exist in the body. It may be that those minerals need to be found and added.

The attunement process also requires being sensitive. You have to actually be able to feel the emotions of attunement for the attunement to work. If you can’t love, you can’t attune the Spirit Molecules to the vibration of love. It’s that simple. This is where meditation comes in. It’s the conscious act of removing all outside distractions that allow you the conscious opportunity to choose love. Even if you barely have any of that feeling in you, if you remove all other distractions so that you can feel the little that you have, you will be able to amplify that through the Spirit Molecules that your body currently has.


So, where does this leave us? Well, I would guess that there is work to be done.

  • Raise the body pH (remove acid forming foods and behavior)
  • Mineralize the body (mineral rich foods and angstrom size mineral salts)
  • Detoxify the body (remove broken and inharmonious molecules)

And then most importantly

  • Meditate with emotional intention (attune the Spirit Molecules)

In time, if you consume mineral rich foods, keep the body detoxified and attune the superconductive atoms in your body to their synchronous source, you’ll set yourself up to harvest energy from an unlimited source. Maybe this is how the ‘starving yogi’ gets his energy? Maybe this is the energy source for a breatharian. Maybe this is what is meant when we’re told to feed our light bodies?

I am looking forward to investigating this topic in greater detail. I will share as intuitive understandings (experience) comes my way!

Side Note

You’ve probably heard about people taking ORMUS based products or White Gold Powder and feeling spacey when they do. It just might be that the atoms that are ingested are already attuned to some energy source and when you consume them they are immediately absorbed into the cells where they simply radiate the synchronized energy. It would be like turning on billions of light bulbs all at once with no focus. The focus comes from allowing the body time to build Spirit Molecules (replicating proteins from your DNA to wrap the superconductive atoms) which will capture the energy into your system as light is captured by the chlorophyll molecule by a plant.

If you will – Flower of life – 2012 explained (sorta)

Sometimes surfing the net is an intuitive discovery. Yesterday, I opened a ‘junk’ email scrolled half way through it and the phrase “Thanks for giving the website re the 2012 video that as you say explains it all” caught my eye. Whenever I hear someone say ‘that explains it all’ the critic in me immediately laughs. If people only knew the affects of these types of statements they would learn to craft words that truly fit that they mean to say.

So, I figured I’d follow the link and see what I could find. After decoding the html link, I finally got to a site that had a series of videos of a man introducing people to what he teaches in his seminar. Now, I have to admit that I had to go looking for the video that was referenced in the email, so it may not be the exact same thing. This would imply that maybe I missed the video that ‘explains everything’ and got the one that ‘theorizes about some things’!

It’s still a good watch and worth the time. That is way I’ve linked them in here for you to enjoy. Figure that it’s going to take you an hour and the info goes by really fast. If I could, I’d slow down the presentation so that the reader can really decipher what the presenter is saying. But I believe it was crafted this way to get the listener excited in order to buy into the seminar.

My advice – keep an open mind, but think for yourself. I came across parts in the video where his understanding differed from my own and at times found that the words he spoke didn’t jive with what he was presenting. In other words, there are most likely some truths in this, but it is from his point of view so it is colored by his understanding.

After looking around a bit more, I came across the source website. It’s Pane Andov’s site. He’s got the whole series of eight displayed on this main page.

Without further ado, here is a link to the series of videos.

If that grabbed your attention, visit his site and check out the remaining seven. Simply scroll down to “Video 2012 Equation Solved – Brisbane” and you’ll find the full series.

By the way, his library of crop circles is pretty nice!


One Year Anniversary

Can you believe it?  One year ago today I started blogging. Just like last year, spring is in the air and the hope of a great spring has been assured by the cold winter. I’ve spotted a couple red breasted robins, so I know the warm air is not far away.

Just like last year, I’ve planted peas. This time, I’ve put in sugar snaps. Last year’s peas really didn’t develop for we didn’t get a spring! It was just nasty all the way until June. I’m hoping they’ll be big enough to put out in a couple weeks. When they do go out, I’m going to start twice as many a second time. I don’t think anyone can plant enough sugar snap peas!

Unlike last year, I’ve also started spinach. I’ve got the seeds of one package distributed across two standard starter flats and I’m going to watch them closely. Last year I couldn’t get a single spinach seed to sprout. This year, I’m not settling for that. After these get a couple week head start, I’m going to start the Spinach and Swiss chard that I gathered from last year.

I got to visit my parents the other day and it turns out my dad has enough lettuce and beet starts to plant an acre! He’s starting indoors and his growing season is a couple weeks ahead of mine. Last year, I got about 200 lettuce starts and enjoyed them all the way through august. If I’m lucky, I’ll find that he has some left over and I’ll make a home for them.

One change that I’m going to make to the garden this year is to plant potatoes near the compost pile rather than taking up valuable growing space in the raised beds. I spent a little time this winter clearing out the brush so all I have to do is spread some compost and press in some Pontiac reds.

Not only have I enjoyed the garden and helped it grow, this blog has grown! There are currently over 125 posts and some even have comments. The site is averaging about 10 spam comments a day and it’s growing. I am glad there is filter software that swallows the bulk of it. Unique visits, over the last month average around 300.

Over the last year, the most popular posting has been the posting ORMUS, is this the wet method that I posted on April 18th of last year. I really enjoyed critiquing HealingMindN’s video and it seems that others are drawn to it too. But what I’m really surprised by is that the posting Opening the Window to Your Soul is the second most popular! There is magic there. It appears others are drawn to it to also.

The energy that I had when I started this blog seems to be holding up fairly strong. I guess I really like having an outlet – to the world – for sharing. I find that I still want to take pictures of different things that I’m experiencing so that I can craft a blog and tell the world. I still find myself meditating on topics and scribbling down the words. And, most importantly, I’m still having fun!

I’ve always been a little camera shy, but I’m starting to think about expanding to YouTube. But it’s still just a thought. I don’t have anything to sell so it would simply be me sharing my ideas. If I can figure out what to chat about, I’ll make the move. But for now, it’s still just a thought.

So as it stands, I’d stay this blog is 1 year old and that it’s had a pretty good start to life.

Have a great day and I hope to see you back here another day!

Blueberry, Orange and Swiss chard Smoothie

Here is another combination that works well together but rocks if you include the Orange Peach Mango juice! There is something about this particular juice that sets off this smoothie combination. The flavor is full and you are forced to savor it just a little longer because of the blueberry seeds. This one is fast and simple and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.


  • 1 cup Orange Peach Mango Juice
  • 1 ½ to 2 cups fresh frozen blueberries
  • 2 juicy seedless oranges
  • 2-4 small dates (I used organic Halawy dates)
  • 1 bunch Swiss chard with the larger stems torn off


  • 2 Tbs Fresh ground golden flax seed
  • 1 probiotic

Add juice, oranges, dates, blueberries and get it to spin. Add the Swiss chard and grind it up. Let the mixture spin on high for somewhere near 60 seconds (I feel the side of the blender to make sure it’s not heating up). Afterwards, mix in the ground flax seed and probiotic. Spin for a second to mix up and serve!

For some reason, the hint of peach draws your curiosity into the drink to bring out the other subtle flavors. Swiss chard is also a nice mix here because it’s such a mild green. I’m sure spinach would do well too – and I’ll have to give that a try before too long!

Bottom’s up!

Fresh Orange Strawberry Parsley Smoothie

As many of you know, I love parsley! It’s a power packed green with a fresh aftertaste. Unfortunately, it can be overpowering when added to a smoothie. Yet, every once in a while there’s a combination that comes together that builds upon the strength of parsley and turns it into a magical delight!

Ok, well, maybe not magical, but totally doable.

In this case, the Orange and Strawberries that work together to give this smoothie an intoxicatingly fresh fruity flavor. I can’t remember mixing orange, strawberries and parsley before but I’m glad I found this combination.

If you’re looking to find a way to include more parsley in your diet, it’s time to pick up a frozen bag of strawberries and some fresh navel oranges.


  • 10 frozen ripe Straberries
  • 1 ripe juicy orange
  • ½ mire lemon – juice
  • 3 (or 4) little Halawy dates (or your favorite dates)
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • 1 bunch washed and shaken parsley


  • 2 Tbs Fresh ground flax seed
  • 1 probiotic

The mixing process is pretty straight forward. Pour the coconut milk into the blender first, add the strawberries, dates, lemon juice, pealed orange (no seeds) and blend.

At this point, it should look and feel like Strawberry sorbet! If you’re making desert, you might want to stop right here. If you’re making breakfast, the next step is to add the parsley. Because it’s so cool and thick you can blend it for a bit longer than 60 seconds. The longer you blend it, the smoother it gets.

If you’re looking to add some warmth to it, consider adding some fresh ground flax seed. As you can see in the ingredients picture above, I’ve already ground up a little over a tablespoon worth of golden flax. Oranges tend to cool me down and the flax seed works really well to turn that around. 

In the end, you’ve got a decent breakfast

Now that I’ve had this smoothie a couple times, I’ve noticed that the flax seed tends to give it a grainy feel and taste. But that is subtle next to the powerful parsley, orange, strawberry combination.

Give it a try and let me know what you think!

Greens are magical – experience the magic.