ORMUS and Trap Water03.11.2012
by Carter - Barry
The Hypothesis of their Nature and Function
ECOhealth, March 12th, 2004
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Typical states of matter:
All six are characterized by bonding means and patterns or their disruption (ionization and plasma).
The nature of the chemical bond is either:
2) metallic, or
The Periodic Table is divided into conductors, semiconductors and insulators.
The conductors have a surplus of unbalanced electrons in their outermost orbit. The insulators have excess orbital capacity, which is unfilled. In the case of the ionic bond, in classical theory, one electron from a conductor element (metal) is caused to orbit an insulating atom, with excess orbital capacity (e.g. NaCl, salt).
In the case of the metallic bond, as a plurality of atoms of the conducting elements associate, orbiting electrons are released into the crystalline corridor, to produce electrical conduction and metallic luster, with its characteristic work function (energy of interaction with light).
In the case of the covalent bond, an electron shares orbital pattern of motion between and around two or more atomic nuclei. A special case of covalent bonding is the conjugate bond, where the orbital motion of the electron is distributed among a large plurality of atomic nuclei.
ORMUS materials are typified by being monatomic, diatomic or forming plural conjugate bonds, in a planar or curved planar fashion, but also in a columnar, stacking fashion, enabling a pattern of motion for the conjugate bonds. This constitutes a separate state of matter called microclusters. Microclusters are formed from either metallic conducting atoms, sublimated (made to vaporize) and condensed, so as to be prevented from metallic association, but enabled to form conjugate bonds. This causes the microcluster formation to serve as a catalyst with high surface to volume ratio, in either a monatomic state or microclustered state of planar or curved planar form with conjugate bonds. This gives the resultant structure a highly selective ability to serve as a catalyst. The catalytic function itself, provides for adsorption of the reactant and desorption of the reaction product, while itself, remaining unchanged. This provides a repetition and continued functioning of the catalytic site. Some of the consequences of this catalytic function are the enabling of certain reactions, which otherwise might be obstructed, due to an inadequate energy of potentiation on the part of the reactants or to a diminished reaction opportunity, due to an impeded mobility of the reactants. This means that part of the catalyst is to provide an anchored potentiation for the catalyzed reactions. The conjugate bonds provide a very selective energy of adsorption by virtue of involving the conjugate electrons in the adsorptive process for reactants, but still retaining a bias towards a sustained conjugate state for the charge.
Chi is a bias towards unity or wholeness of a systemic nature. Chi is like a radiant, conjugate energy. Chi functions to link a number of transmission and reception (transmitter and receiver) sites, which provide for, what may be called, meta-neural communication in an organism or between organisms. The radiant, conjugate nature of Chi and the catalytic nature of microclusters interact with one another. Each one enables the other an enhancement of function.
The Healing Crisis
Obstructions and discontinuities accrue in the cells, tissues and organs of the body. These obstructions and discontinuities involve deficiencies in either communication or in circulation. Some communication, in the body or the organism, as a whole, is achieved by means of neurological pathways. Some communication in the body is achieved by means of hormonal and circulatory pathways. Some communication is implemented by means of the metaneural, radiant transmission and reception of Chi. These integrated processes of communication and circulation give the body a kind of resilience and elasticity, an adaptability in responding to various stimuli.
If and as toxins are formed, or accrued, and they are within the capacity of the immune system to discriminate (to mark and to expel through the lymphatic system) the dwell time of the toxin, in the organism, is minimized. If, however, the rate of generation of toxic products exceeds the process capacity of the immune system, the toxins are accumulated in adipose tissue (fat cells). The adipose cells may actually swell up to 2.4 times a normal cellular volume, in accruing or accumulating toxins and in holding those toxins, so as to prevent such as free radical damage.
The Source of the Healing Crisis
With an enhanced communicational and circulatory benefit, from ORMUS, Trap Water (see below) or Chi, via acupuncture, an augmentation of normalized immunological functioning can be made to happen. This will cause the opening of fat cells and the release of their toxins and their processing by the immune system. Regeneration renewal via enhanced ATP levels and released enhancers, promoters or silencers, lock onto DNA strands from elongated alpha helixes, as sometimes occurs in cancer. This yields the healing crisis. At this point, the body is well served by arming the immune system and supplementing its functions. One such means is by means of antioxidants, e.g. Vitamin C (ascorbate), Vitamin E Complex (4 tocopherols and 4 tocotrienols), Selenium, or other of the antioxidants
A free radical scavenger, which is quite remarkable in its effectiveness and efficiency is Melatonin. Melatonin has 500 times the scavenging capacity of free radicals above the second most effective free radical scavenger, DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide). As a further advantage, Melatonin is orthomolecular and is a product of the pineal gland. So, to prepare for the healing crisis, made possible by ORMUS materials, one is well off to arm the immune system and supplement its functions.
Trap Water has, as its essence, the ability of water to contain pattern, which mimics the molecular pattern of other substances. This has been first explored by homeopathy and more recently explained by the work of Benveniste. Water has a bonding angle of 104 degrees and 31 minutes. But it does not necessarily statically hold that bond angle. It oscillates. Water has a dielectric constant of 79. This provides its solvency. It is 79 times more difficult to combine such as sodium and chloride in the presence of water than if the water were absent.
A kind of multitasking can now be seen to be possible with water. It is possible for water to form a lyosphere around a colloidal particle. Typically, a colloidal particle has a very high surface to volume ratio which gives it a net negative charge. The positive charge of hydrogen turns towards the negative charge of the colloidal particle, shielding it and preventing aggregation. When the charge gradient in the proximity to a colloidal particle, is greater than the charge gradient extending from the colloidal particle, the lyosphere will orient itself in the higher charge gradient, causing aggregation of the colloidal particles to occur. This simply provides another one of the multitasking functions.
This will suffice to introduce some of the biophysics of ORMUS and Trap Water. This much explanation may perhaps refine some of the practices involved in the use of these substances, with benefit.