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Monatomic Elements

Monatomic Elements

by Cameron Fleming Mcsorley on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 4:00am

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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.

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.


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The Meissner Field (or Effect) is produced when a superconductor has an external magnetic field applied to it -- with the strength of the Meissner field/effect being dependent upon the initially applied external magnetic field. Once the Meissner effect has been initiated, it acts as a magnetic barrier and resists any further entry of an applied magnetic field into the superconductor. The effect is dramatic. Once established the Meissner field forces all other magnetic fields to effectively go around the superconductor, leaving the superconducting sample unaffected in terms of its superconductive characteristics.

If the external magnetic field is that of the earth, the Meissner effect causes the sample in question to, at least in some cases, levitate. While, levitation is typically viewed as a magical trick or deception, it is clear that with the Meissner effect it is a routine physical phenomena. The only requirement is the presence of superconductivity. But as much as superconductivity is viewed by mainstream physics as a very low temperature phenomena, then it is clear -- based on the flawed assumption of what is currently known in physics prohibiting other processes -- that there can be no levitation at room temperature. or so it is assumed..

In order to achieve superconductivity at these higher temperatures, the key appears to be the use of transition group elements, or more notably one or more of the eight precious metals, the latter which include gold and silver. This in turn relates the Meissner Field to the White Powder of Gold and the ORME -- or the latter which is now more often referred to as the ORMUS (see, for example, Laurence Gardner's explanation).

An excellent treatment on the properties of the Transition Group Elements is provided by hbci, and is recommended for the serious student.

http://www.halexandria.org/dward157.htm

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There is evidence that certain isolated metal atoms may assume what is referred to as a high-spin state. In the late 80's, nuclear physicists at a number of renowned laboratories around the world discovered that 12 transition group metals can be stimulated to assume a unique nuclear configuration, designated as a high-spin nucleus. The 12 metals are listed below in accordance with their columns in the periodic table.


8A-Ruthenium Osmium
8A-Cobalt Rhodium Iridium
8A-Nickel Palladium Platinum
1B-Copper Silver Gold
2B-Mercury

Unlike ordinary atomic nuclei, which display spherical symmetry, the nuclei of these specially prepared metals possess an elongated nucleus, resembling the shape of a football or a banana. In the technical literature such nuclei are called deformed or superdeformed nuclei.

"Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley laboratory have been finding that rapidly spinning nuclei with different masses have similar--if not exactly the same--moments of inertia. 'Something is going on,' said Frank F. Stephens, a physicist at the Lawrence Berkeley lab, 'and for reasons we don't understand yet.'" "A spinning nucleus results from an off-center collision between two nuclei that fuse to form a rapidly spinning, elongated body. "The deformed nucleus can take the shape of an American football, a doorknob, or possibly even a banana depending on the collision energy in the nuclei. In a typically deformed nucleus the long axis exceeds the two short axis by about a factor of 1.3. …It is in these superdeformed nuclei that curious goings on have taken place. …The surprise: the spectra of some different superdeformed nuclei were almost identical." -- Scientific American, October 1991; Philip Yam, p. 26

Even more intriguing are the strange physical properties associated with ORMEs. When the ORMEs material is gradually heated and cooled during the annealing process, its weight may fluctuate over a wide range as it is gradually heated and cooled. At one point in the cycle, it appeared to weigh as much as 900% of its original weight, and at another, it appeared to weigh less than zero! Such fluctuations have never been observed when annealing ordinary T-metals.

Although Hudson’s work has come to a halt, others have continued to pursue research on the materials. One individual, with 30 years of experience as a metallurgist-chemist, who wishes to remain anonymous, has developed an alternative method to extract monatomic minerals, in the form of a fine white powder, from both T-metals and volcanic ores. Although his method remains a trade-secret, he has been producing these materials for several years now, and has confirmed that these materials display physical properties similar to ORMEs.

This product is the white hydroxide form of the monatomic T-metals produced from natural volcanic ores. After testing a variety of natural ores, the originator selected a particular commercial grade ore that comes from a site near the Arctic Circle. This ore was chosen because of the quantity and ratios of the precious metals contained within it. Processing the ore body involves converting the finely divided T-metals into monatomic minerals, which finally precipitate out of solution as a monatomic T-metal hydroxide. Because the hydroxide form of the minerals also gives false readings under instrumental analysis, it is assumed that the monatomic T-metals that constitute the hydroxide already exist in an orbitally rearranged form.

Several methods of producing the White Powder of Gold are taught in Module 4 of the Alchemy Home Study Program offered through Flamel College. These ancient and modern methods allow small amounts of the powders to be produced by individuals. Currently, the work of Robert Cox holds the most promise for commercial production of monatomic elements for human consumption. His proprietary work in his private laboratory is based on the ancient Egyptian methods, and his products are distributed through the Crucible Catalog.


http://www.crucible.org/monatomic_elements.htm#What%20is%20the%20White%20Powder

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Here is a course containing information on production and identification.

http://www.flamelcollege.org/alchemy.htm


Lesson 9: THE GRAND ARCANUM AND WHITE GOLD ………………………………. 65
1. The White Powder of Gold and Monatomic Elements …………………………. 66
2. Scientific Evidence for ORMES ……………………………………………………. 68
3. ORMES Production Methods ………………………………………………………. 69
4. Making Monatomic Gold ……………………………………………..……………… 69
Experiment 30: Wet Method ……………………………..…………...……… 71
Experiment 31: Dry Method …………………………………………..……… 74
Experiment 32: Boiling Gold Method ……………………………..………… 76


Certificates in Alchemy

Certificate in Spiritual AlchemyCertificate in Spiritual Alchemy will be awarded to students who complete Modules 1, 2, and 3.

Certificate in Practical AlchemyCertificate in Practical Alchemy will be awarded to students who complete Modules 4, 5 and 6.

Diploma in AlchemyDiploma in Alchemy will be awarded to students who successfully complete the first six modules in the Alchemy Home Study Program and write a 1,500-word dissertation on an alchemy topic of their choice.

Master Alchemist Instructor CertificateMaster Alchemist Certificate will be awarded to students who have acquired the Diploma in Alchemy and successfully complete Module 7 of the Alchemy Home Study Program. Recipients of this module are certified to teach alchemy.


^ who would have thought? ^

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