NHS38: Can Rocks Raise Your Consciousness?28.02.2013
by Life Enthusiast Staff
Alchemy Can Transform Your Soul from Tin to Gold
Minerals, especially rare trace minerals are necessary for vibrant health... without them we become weak and fragile.
And Then There's ORMUS Alchemy Minerals...
The term ORMUS comes from Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements (ORMEs), an attempt to describe the nature of this unusual phenomenon. ORMUS is the material alchemists have sought; the magic elixir of longevity.
Many people equate alchemy with the quest to turn less desirable, or base metals into gold or silver, and indeed this was often the goal of the alchemist.
Others maintain that the stories of Alchemists transmuting lead or tin into gold or silver were just that - stories intended only for entertainment.
The real alchemist's pursuit was to transmute his own "base" soul into it's more heavenly or "golden" aspect.
The truth lies somewhere in between.
Let me quote a letter sent by one of our members:
"I live in the Chicago suburbs and I started using rock dust on my own apartment garden about 10 years ago. At first I crushed red and black volcanic stones you can buy by the bag and fed them to my houseplant (a green shamrock plant) as an experiment to see if it would work. It did. In about a week the plants grew from 3 inches, where they "normally" were at the highest I had seen them, to 8 inches high! That's where they remained as long as I had them (12+ years).
My apartment garden, 3 feet by 20 feet suffered from tomato worms the 1st and 2nd year. The 3rd year I applied about 20 pounds of rock dust from a supplier in Canada. Coulda been more, I think I used half of a 50 pound pail they supplied. Anyway it was amazing. I started the garden a month after everyone else had started theirs, and I caught up and surpassed them by July. I planted everything closely and it looked like a Jungle hedge!
I had rabbits living under my plants (they told me it would attract the wildlife). No bugs at all, and very sweet fruit. The garden only got full sun until noon!! I don't live there anymore, but now I am going to try patio tomatoes on my balcony with dust and ORMUS this year, although it is very shady, we'll see what happens."
~ Stan Zotas
What is this story telling us? We need minerals!
Our soils are depleted, and produce inferior, hollow foods. Today, produce is cheaper than it has ever been, and we are getting exactly what we pay for it: not much.
To your health!