A Conversation with Bengt Robbert

I’ve watched this video a couple times now and I can’t help but feel the need to share it. I normally shy away from 65 minute videos, but for some reason I clicked play and paid attention.

This, apparently, is Bengt Robbert interviewed by Adam Abraham. My understanding is that Bengt is involved with the ORMUS community in some way and has links to “the spice”, but I don’t know what company it is that produces that product. I’m this was an interview rather than in infomercial!

This interview shows a level of understanding with regards to alchemical processes that remove the mystery from studying nature and exploring our relationship in nature. It makes Bengt’s friend’s discoveries personable. You can actually believe that he’s experienced what he states. This is good.

If you’ve followed the ORMUS community and feel less than excited about how they share their information, this might change your point of view.

I believe what sold me on the video and kept me involved was the early conversation about How to Think. I love the application of mathematical concepts with the process of living. Science should enhance life. This guy makes you feel like YOU could actually have a chance at enhancing your own life through some really simple process – through intention.

Pay close attention to the four levels that he talks about in the first few minutes.

  • Data – realm of what questions. Things that can be worked with.
  • Knowledge – operates on data. It is an operator that is applied to data.
  • Wisdom – realm of which questions. How your apply knowledge. Choosing which knowledge to apply.
  • Enlightenment – State of being. Intention determines how wisdom is used. Why questions are answered here.

This section shows the deep commitment Bengt has made towards understanding how to be. I particularly like this phrase: “The intention to be causative yields enlightenment.”

If you’ve got an hour or two, meet Bengt Robbert.

Good day!

David Hudson Speaks 2011

Wow. Finally! I’ve got something ORMUS related to blog about. I’ve been waiting over six months for the spirit of generosity to overflow onto the web and allow me to see the humanitarian implications of ORMUS.

And, well, today is the day. But it might not be all that ‘rosy’ of a review for the feelings that I pick up about this are less than Open and Truthful. I’ll see if I can share that feeling in a way that doesn’t come across as cynical.

As you probably already know, there is a pretty big ORMUS (monatomic gold (or other precious metals)) community that follows closely the work of David Hudson. If you search for that name, you’ll find hundreds (if not thousands) of articles written about his work along with a few old fuzzy videos. If you read carefully, you’ll get the idea that what they’ve discovered is a modern day Philosopher’s Stone. You’ll also find the patents that explain the process (not very clearly) and a barrage of data that can only be verified using expensive (custom built) equipment – way outside the ability of even an advanced scientist.

And more importantly, you’ll probably discover that David Hudson died, for he seemed to have fallen off the face of the earth. And the people that had amazing experiences will not be found.

But, as it turns out, David Hudson is alive! At least he was a half year ago when he spoke at the ORMUS conference at Enota! The organizers of that event also invested in recording the event so that a DVD could be made available to those that could not attend. Well, I’m still waiting on the DVD. No, I did not order one, but I have seen no evidence that a DVD has been made available.

Even though a number of speakers presented at that conference, the only lecture of any real quality to leak out just happened a few days ago. As it so happens, it’s the 2 hour lecture where David Hudson speaks to the attendees. I’ve collected that information and placed it here for your enjoyment. Hopefully, you’ll have the 2 hours to get thought it all.

But listen and watch critically…

If you’re an ORMUS enthusiast, you probably made the time for that video. If not, well, the following may discourage you for I spent the time and the key feeling that comes across to me is … deception.

Yah, I know. Deception is a really harsh word to use here. But that’s kind of how it left me feeling.

Why? Well, the key reason is that the words that he speaks and his actions don’t jive. The second reason is the secrecy behind the entire conference and the last is the lack of any physical evidence and witnesses. I guess, maybe I’m a little hardened, but it seems like the motive is money.

David Hudson speaks

David Hudson spends a lot of time presenting historical data. It supports his story, which he tells really well. You’re left believing that he really did discover a state of matter of gold (and these other metals) that has relatively undefined properties. He also makes good on the reason why he hasn’t been in the public eye for years – he’s been on the other side of the world. He mentions that while he was there, they refined lots of this material and administered it to human (as medicine). He mentions that it’s not what you would expect, but it represents Chi. This is kind of in line with what people have come to understand the Philosopher’s Stone to be (here). But now he’s back in order to build the tool(s) that can prove that what he’s refined is not a calcium aluminum silicate but rather white powder gold. He also has good reasons for why other people have not been able to legally talk about his research, so it seems that his tracks are covered pretty good.

But there are things that don’t pass the sniff test.

Ok. He’s been on the other side of the world refining and making this stuff. The logical question is, can you show us what you refined? I mean, he boasts that it’s not all that expensive to turn gold into this white powder and the benefits far outweigh the cost, but he doesn’t present his substance. I know that if I were to talk about something like he does, I would have a sample to show off AND, I would show it off in a way that leaves no doubt in the minds of the audience (students – interested public).

Another thing is that in the last ten years the technology has grown so advanced with regards to cameras and recording devices (of all types) that you’d think he’d show some real pictures of the refining process or anything else to document what’s new. I mean, here was a lecture that could have been performed 15 years ago with absolutely no changes. He presented no new data! I’m a bit floored by that fact. His charts are the original ones, his story is still about his original investigation and yet, he was refining this material for medical use somewhere else during the last ten years.

He also brings in lots of metaphysical stuff regarding how it will enhance your experience(s) in life, but, again, has no supporting evidence from the last decade where he’s been involved in this. He talks about telepathy and quantum coherence as if it’s real, but his words are crafted in such a way as to make you believe he’s still studying it and he’s going to release it as soon as possible.

At the end of the video, David Wolf asks him point blank – do you take this stuff and have you? His answer exposes what I see to be the biggest aspect of the truth – he does not. Why? Well, one has to speculate here. My take on it is that he really hasn’t discovered what he’s claiming.

Finally, with regards to what David says, he says that he’s effectively being altruistic, but his actions don’t jive. If he really was unselfish, he would clearly show his work. He would make the process available in a doable way – in some form or another. But, he’s raising money. For some reason, I wouldn’t trust giving him money. Maybe it’s the lack of research data (for he hasn’t shown anything (nothing) new and he’s raised money before and never make that data available either).

The conference

Where is the information from the conference? I’ve Google searched on and off again for months only to find a few promo videos, but no write up or review or anything about the conference. I’ve also been a silent observer on Berry Charter’s white gold email list and there hasn’t been a single posting to where you can find info about the conference. Nothing. Dozens of people got together, many with video recorders and yet not a single person has been willing to share what they experienced. At least, I have not been able to find them – and they have not used what I know to be the largest email mailing list to convey new information.

I’ll bet there were some great lectures there, but the effort put into recording it all leads me to believe that it’s really not all that important! Or, the world really doesn’t need to know – for some reason. Nothing leaked leads me to believe there is nothing given away in this conference.

Lack of physical evidence

Seeing that a large number of people attending the conference are also people that make money off selling stuff white powder gold related, I have to wonder if we’ll see any data that represents the creation of white gold powder. That would be proprietary information. What I would expect to see is research regarding the effects people claim that their product has on … something. As you saw in a previous posting, David Wolf (here) talks about ORMUS and plants, but even with that he never shared his process for making the stuff he’s testing.

Also, there are no witnesses! No testimonials. No story from anyone other than David Hudson. Again, I have to come back to the fact that every phone is a video camera so if you wanted to show evidence of your current work, you would simply turn the camera on and get a few testimonials. But… nothing.


I think David Hudson is onto something, but he’s also clearly holding back something – the truth maybe?

A statement in the questions and answers part of the video leads me to believe that he really hasn’t discovered what he claims. I believe the question was, what happens if you die? David Hudson replies with something like – well then, we’d have a problem wouldn’t we. Implying that if he doesn’t stay alive, we’re not going to get his secrets!

Well, I’m starting to believe that we really wouldn’t have a problem. And, eventually, he will die – just like the rest of us. And, he’s old, so I don’t expect that his passing will be all that far in the future.

The ultimate truth will come about in a short time for this very reason (old age). The key thing that he attributes to this substance is longevity. If people could live for hundreds of years and be young and healthy all the while – AND YOU MADE THE STUFF – would you turn it down?  Lol.

I believe that there are good physical reasons for getting your monatomic metals. You’re body needs angstrom size atoms in order to build functional molecules in the body. But if you were to ask me if David Hudson has found The Philosopher’s Stone, I would say that he hasn’t.

I’m hoping that more information comes out about this conference for I would love to change my point of view. For now, there are just too many things that don’t add up correctly to fully believe what David Hudson says in this video.

Good day.

Blueberry Kale Apple Smoothie

Blueberries and Red Kale make a fantastic green smoothie combination. I’ve been dogging the kale for months reaching for Swiss chard, parsley and spinach (even lettuce) rather than picking up with vegan special. Yet, on the advice of one of my favorite yoga instructors, I broke down and picked up some kale to give it one more go.

As it turns out, this Red Kale mixes really well with blueberries! I would have never guessed – but my yoga instructor did!

I’ve always reached for the lemon to tame kale, but it looks like there is a match in the berry-world.


I can’t believe when I was putting this one together that I totally forgot the blueberries!

  • 1 full bunch Red Kale (stems removed)
  • 1 crisp apple (seeded and quartered (or better))
  • 3 madjohl dates
  • 1 cup dark seedless grapes
  • 1 to 2 cups frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup water
  • ½ cup coconut milk
  • Juice of ½ lemon (if it’s juicy, else 1 lemon)
  • 1 probiotic
  • 1 serving ORMUS powder

Like most other smoothies that I put together, liquids first followed by soft fruit than harder fruit. In this case, water, coconut milk, lemon juice, grapes, blueberries, quartered apples (or even smaller) and dates. Blend until big chunks are broken down. It should taste fantastic at this point. Kind of like blueberry sorbet.

Next, stuff in kale and give it a good spin. The frozen blueberries will keep this on cold for a long time so blending can go for almost two minutes. When you get to blend this long you really break things down to the point where it’s easy to drink.

Finally, add the ORMUS and probiotic and give it a good mixing. Not need to go long, just stir it around.

I think I’ve found a new way to love kale. I’m also warming up to blueberries.

If you’re having a hard time getting to like kale, try this combo. I believe you’ll find it quite satisfying!

Sweat Spinach Peach Smoothie

If you’re looking for something super palatable, this is your smoothie. Peaches, coconut milk and baby spinach make for a dynamite combination. All the flavors are simple and smooth, so there is nothing that stands out as odd. If you’re tired of all those super smoothies with the strong flavors that you have to mask, this is worth a try.

You’ll most likely also notice that I’ve added a couple ingredients that are outside the norm; ground flax seed and ORMUS. The ground flax seed gives the smoothie a ‘breakfast’ feel – a taste of grain, but not too much. If you let the smoothie sit, you might want to pass on the flax seed for it will thicken up like pudding! ORMUS, on the other hand, adds a bit of saltiness that really makes the flavors pop! Also doesn’t hurt to add angstrom size particles into the diet.


  • 4 frozen peaches (I store 8 per quart size bag, so ½ bag)
  • 1 – 1 ½ cups grapes
  • 3 small dates
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • ½ lb baby Spinach
  • 1 Tablespoon flax seed ground
  • 1 serving ORMUS minerals
  • 1 probiotic

Add liquid first, followed by grapes, dates and frozen spinach. Blend to get the initial grind down. One thing that will help is if you split the frozen peaches into ice cube size pieces.

If they are much larger, you’ve really got to work the mixture in order to keep it from jamming up. Even in my case with my Vita-mix, I’d have to plunger it if the pieces are too big.

When it’s broken down a bit, add the spinach.

I’ve been tempted to stop at this point in order to enjoy the peach sorbet! It’s just as amazing without the greens as it is with them!  Notice that after stuffing in ½ pound spinach it’s ready to blend and plunge. Close everything back up and mix on high under creamy.

Meanwhile, get out the coffee grinder and place the flax seed in it for grinding. Grind until it starts to stand, but not before it starts to heat up and melt. You want to keep the olds cool.

Finally, turn the blender off and add the ground flax seed, probiotic and ORUMS. You want to turn the blender on to mix in the dry ingredients, but not too long for you don’t want to break down the probiotic critters.

In the end, you’ve got breakfast and sometimes lunch. It just depends on how hungry you think you are in one sitting. With this smoothie, I really don’t mind having it for both breakfast and lunch. Thus making a little extra foots the bill for me.

I’m so glad I put up peaches last summer! I’ve been craving early summer fruit, but nothings out yet. I think this one will tide me over.