Categories: ORMUS

ORMUS and the Bible


The Three Wise Men And Their Guggal?!? Guggal is the Myrrh of the Bibles Sacred formulas. Guggal is the resinous sap of a tough little ten foot tall tree that grows amongst the rocky hillsides of Indias least populated arid regions. The trees pink to brown flowers produce a small red fruit. Each tree yields only about one pound of Guggal resin per year, which then requires further reduction and purification to provide a standardized level of the most highly valued constituents. Its mention as treasure in the Bible is over 2,500 years old and its mention in ancient Ayurvedic texts goes back nearly as far. It too is an anti-inflammatory benefiting respiratory concerns and arthritis. Most interesting however, is how Guggal bolsters the thyroid, bringing this often sleepy organ closer to its full, vital, youthful efficiency, and enhancing your utilization of essential iodine – and creating a more youthful level of hormone production – LIFE.

Thyroid hormones are essential for turning couch – warming flab into productive energy at the potential net increased rate of one pound per week, until reaching the optimally youthful fat to muscle ratio, which your genetic blueprint specifies. Guggal is one of the most fascinating and complex herbals with dozens upon dozens of hyper-exotic phytonutrients. A small handful of these have been identified as the primarily active components, but when isolated from their vast and complex life-created phytonutrient matrix, they do not function as anticipated. Instead, the best material contains the full compliment of phytonutrients, pure and clean of extraneous material, and with the primary constituents developed to a standardized level.

As with all complex phytonutrient blends, Guggals beneficial results are diverse and far reaching. Guggal is a star among the Ayurvedic herbs as a catalyst of optimum lipid efficiency in the body. It positively impacts cholesterol as well as obesity – profoundly important when one considers the high tolls levied by cancer, heart disease and diabetes. There are of course no guarantees, however, a complete elimination of these three diseases alone would eliminate nearly 7 out of 8 causes of death and roughly the same percentage of disabilities. Guggal both slows the biosynthesis of cholesterol (your primary source) and facilitates excretion of excess cholesterol from the body.

Other components in Guggal inhibit platelet aggregation (synergistic to Lecithin, Garlic and Ginkgo…) resulting in improved efficiency of blood. This means you get better cellular oxygenation, better nutrient delivery, and better toxin removal. With better protecting against the hazards of aggregation there is less risk of stroke. Also understand that better oxygenation = better energy. Guggal is also typically supplemented where there are gynecological disorders, a sluggish immune system and fungal infestations. Guggals combination of enhanced energy, improved sense of well-being, and accommodation of a more youthful level of essential fatty acid utilization and hormone levels, have given Guggal a bit of a reputation as an aphrodisiac.

Jevari Oberon

I know that a while ago someone posted on the possibility of ORMUS in Frankincense. Last night I built my first ever water trap with a friend of mine. It took us hours and we had to jury rig it because we couldn’t find all the “correct” parts, but all the time we were using some oils that had Frankincense and Myrrh in it. We had taken some Frankincense and Myrrh and ground it up in a mortar and put in some olive oil and spread it on the backs of our hands, the wrists, following the veins up the arm, and on the back of the neck and the forehead. I noticed a warmer feeling within minutes, and a light sense of intoxication a few more minutes later. This was the cleanest most enjoyable feeling that I have had in a long time, and it made me want to work on the trap more and more. I sat down with the old Dremel and started crafting. I was able to get so into the work, it was amazing,

I kept spreading the oils on the same parts after they had evaporated for most of the night. Now I have never taken ORMUS before this night, and I had no basis for comparison (until the next day and drinking some trap water); but I am sure that it helped us complete the trap swiftly and with greater craftsmanship than I usually exhibit. I roll my own cigarettes to save money, and while rolling one I noticed a remarkable increase in my dexterity, I was able to roll it PERFECTLY, and it burned long and smooth. The next morning I woke up and anointed the same parts of my body again and then went to the hose to check out the trap. Almost no tweaking was required, we used 18 magnets (rare earth from radio shack) in 2’s with 3 groups of 2 on each section, and 3 sections in total (the groups of 3 were all equidistant and aligned to the same pole).

Our ORMUS exit section was, unfortunately 1/4″ instead of 1/8″ and I think that and the missing polypropylene disks made the water slightly weaker than we had hoped, but we both verified the same feeling in the water that was in the Frankincense and Myrrh oils. I hope this interests some people. I would all go out and buy some Frankincense and Myrrh and try it. In addition to the buzz that I experienced, a few other things happened. With the oil my hands, arms and face all got a richer skin tone and became MUCH softer to the touch. I had cut myself while fashioning something out of wax (gotta love carving wax) pretty badly.

It was bleeding quite fast and I went to the bathroom to take care of the wound. By the time I had cleaned it out and went to put the band-aid on it, it was already done bleeding. I don’t mean it had a scab already, it was just that the bleeding suddenly stopped, and giving how vigorously it was coming out before I didn’t expect it to stop so soon (there was no plasma visible on the exterior as there often is with a wound, this was fixed internally). Me and my friend have no doubts that the Oils helped us and guided us with our little project, making our trap a very good one indeed (can’t wait to fix those 2 small errors and add a WHOLE lot more magnets). Thank you all for answering my silly questions as I did the research that I require before trying anything so radically new. Thank you for inviting me so graciously into your world.

My thanks and love goes out to all of you, Dan

It is interesting that you should propose the use of frankincense and myrrh in conjunction with ORMUS According to the Bible, Jesus was brought gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. Glenda Green, the author of one of my favorite books, Love Without End – Jesus Speaks, has recently started making and selling a line of essential oils. One of them is called Christ Scent which, according to her web page, includes: “a proprietary blend of seven oils which include Frankincense for transcending all negativity, Myrrh for healing a wounded heart, Sandalwood for universality, sage for wisdom and purification.”

Perhaps she will incorporate ORMUS gold into it too. You can see her oils at

Barry Carter

I can’t tell you how delighted I am to hear of your experiences, as you are the only other person to confirm my experience with Frankincense. I’m puzzled what you used exactly? You said you ground up Frankincense and Myrrh and mixed it with olive oil? Did you use bark, incense, what? In as much as we think there may be a relationship to ORMUS, I am forwarding some additional information regarding Frankincense, biblical oils and interesting information about the chemical make-up of EO’s. Please note that phenols cleanse receptor sites and I’ve been experimenting with creating a ‘stop smoking’ blend. I’m looking for people who would be willing to pay a nominal price for the materials to try this blend out. Email me privately if you are interested.

Warmly, Sharon Rose

The Alchemical Tradition

Ancient alchemical traditions once thrived in the Middle East, Egypt, India, China, and Europe. These traditions held that certain precious metals (including copper, silver & gold) could be transformed into a fine white powder (elixir = powder in Arabic) that had miraculous spiritual and healing properties when ingested. Although the historical texts that specifically describe alchemical practices date back only about 2000 years, virtually all alchemical traditions held that their knowledge was very ancient, and had been passed down as an oral tradition among initiates since the very foundations of human civilization. There are tantalizing allusions to these lost traditions in spiritual texts of many ancient cultures. A brief overview is presented below.

The Biblical Tradition

In John’s Book of Revelations:

REV 2:17 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden Manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a new name is written, which no man knoweth saving he that receiveth it.

Those who have consumed the white powder of gold typically report the experience of a spiritual sound deep in their awareness. This spiritual sound cannot be heard by the ordinary ear. It can only be heard by the spiritual ear. Is this spiritual sound the new name, “which no man knoweth saving he that receiveth it”? For forty years, the Israelites consumed the white Manna in order to spiritually prepare themselves for entry into Canaan, the Promised Land (a higher state of consciousness?).

Exodus 16:15 “And when the children of Israel saw it, they said one to another, It is Manna: for they knew not what it was. And Moses said unto them, This is the Bread which the LORD hath given you to eat.”

Exodus 16:31 “And the house of Israel called the name thereof Manna: and it was like coriander seed, white; and the taste of it was like wafers made with honey.”

Exodus 16:33 And Moses said unto Aaron, Take a pot, and put an omer full of Manna therein, and lay it up before the LORD, to be kept for your generations.

Exodus 16:34 As the LORD commanded Moses, so Aaron laid it up before the Testimony, to be kept.

Exodus 16:35 And the children of Israel did eat Manna forty years, until they came to a land inhabited; they did eat Manna, until they came unto the borders of the land of Canaan. (Until they approached Cosmic Consciousness, for the last step into it cannot be made by the personality).

If the Manna represents an allusion to the alchemical white powder (elixir), then the Biblical legend of the golden calf may be an allusion to an ancient alchemical process. According to the Book of Exodus, Moses took the golden calf, burnt it in the fire, ground it to a powder, and cast it into water for the Israelites to drink as an expiation for their sin.

Exodus 32:20 And he took the (golden) calf which they had made, and burnt it with fire, and ground it to powder, and strewed it upon the water, and made the children of Israel drink of it.

We know from Biblical records that Moses was the adopted son of a royal Egyptian family. Is it possible that the Divine Bread or Manna had its roots in ancient Egyptian alchemy?

The Egyptian Tradition

The ancient Egyptian texts state that when the Pharaohs spiritually prepared themselves to enter the abode of the Immortals (the Egyptian “Promised Land”) they were fed divine “Bread”. The sacred white substance called “Bread” was prepared in the “House of Life” by the Egyptian high priests, and was considered “food of the gods”. In the Egyptian texts, there is a deep connection between the divine “Bread” and the all-seeing “Eye of Horus” also known as the Udjat (“Whole One”). For example, the Pyramid texts specifically state “Thy Bread-cakes shall come from the Eye-of-Horus.” Another text states: “I am Thoth who brings you the bright Eye-of-Horus in its name of White Bread.”

The Udjat

All-Seeing Eye of Horus

In general, the Udjat represented the divine healing power of the gods. It represented wholeness, health, and spiritual vision. Its function is clearly depicted in the ancient myth of Osiris, where Horus is said to have used the mysterious power of the Udjat to resurrect his father Osiris. After his resurrection, Osiris ascended through the sky to attain Eternal Life among the gods. The idea that the Eye of Horus was related to a divine substance that could be ingested is also indicated in the ancient Coffin texts, which state: “If Nu be hungry, Nekhbet will be hungry; if Nu be thirsty, Nekhbet will be thirsty,” (Spell 863). This litany ends by mentioning the Eye of Horus as the cure.

“Your thirst and hunger are satisfied with the consumption of the Eye of Horus” (Spell 936). Later in the same text it is stated: “I live on Bread of white emmer washed down with Ale of red barley… I testify concerning the Eye of Horus to him.” (Spell 1013). The spiritual power of the White Bread is clearly indicated in the Egyptian texts. The Book of the Dead states: “Let there be given to him Bread and Ale which have been issued in the Presence of Osiris, and he will be for ever like the Followers of Horus.” The Followers of Horus were considered semi-divine sage-priests. Again, the texts state: “I eat Bread. I drink Ale…. That which is an abomination unto my Ka shall not enter my body. I will live upon that whereon live the gods and the Spirit-souls. I shall live, and I shall be master of their (Bread) cakes.”

“Now the subsistence of Osiris Ani, whose word is truth, is among the Bread and the Ale which are made for your mouths… Behold, I shall be with Osiris, and my perfection shall be his perfection among the Great Gods.” It should be noted that the sacred or divine Bread used by the Egyptians was not shaped like an ordinary loaf of bread. It was shaped into a conical or pyramidal cake, resembling the cap-stone of the pyramids. There was thus a deep connection in the Egyptian mind between the Pyramids or “Houses of Eternity” and the White Bread. This is made explicit by the use of the hieroglyphic symbol of the White Bread to indicate the gift of Life, a gift that is also indicated by the Ankh.

“Given Life”

The Ankh and the pyramidal loaf of Bread are synonymous symbols, indicating the gift of Life. The symbol of the White Bread was also used in the hieroglyph that meant “Peace, Contentment, Offering”. It was represented by a cup that contained the sacred Bread placed on a reed mat. This constituted the hieroglyph “Hotep”, which can be found as an inscription over every tomb in ancient Egypt.


“Peace, Contentment, Offering”

Many pharaohs and noble persons in ancient Egypt included the word “Hotep” in their name. For example, the famous Egyptian high-priest, who was the patron of Egyptian medicine and the first architect and builder of an Egyptian Pyramid was named Imhotep.


The First Pyramid Builder

The symbolic connection between the sacred Bread and the Pyramid is made explicit by the pyramidal shape of the Bread-cakes and the capstone of the Pyramids, called the Benben. The Benben was the proverbial “Philosopher”s Stone” of ancient Egypt. It symbolized the primordial mound that rose above the waters of the Abyss in the very beginning. It was also revered as the “seed of the gods”, the “ashes of the Phoenix (benu bird)”, and the embodiment of Ra-Atum, the Sun-God. The Egyptian word for gold is “Neb”, which is just the inverse of “Ben”. Is it possible that the sacred capstone (Ben) and the sacred White Bread were produced from an inverted form of gold (Neb) that appeared as a fine white powder?

The Vedic Tradition

The ancient Vedic tradition in India also sang the praises of a mysterious sacred substance called Soma, the nectar of immortality. It was prepared and consumed by the Vedic priests in order to attain health, longevity, spiritual illumination, and entry into the abode of the immortal gods.

Rig Veda 8:48 “I have tasted, as one who knows its secret, the honeyed (Soma) drink that inspires and grants freedom, the drink that all, both Gods and mortals, seek to obtain, calling it nectar. We have drunk the Soma, we have become immortal; we have gone to the light; we have found the gods… These glorious (Soma) drops are my health and salvation: they strengthen my joints as thongs do a cart. May these droplets guard my foot lest it stumble and chase from my body all manner of ills. Far-famed Soma, stretch out our life-spans so that we may live… Make me shine brightly like fire produced by friction. Illumine us… Enter within us for our well-being. With hearts inspired may we relish the Juice like treasure inherited from our Fathers! Lengthen our days, King Soma, as the sun causes the shining days to grow longer… It is you, O Soma, who guard our bodies; in each of our limbs you have made your abode. Our weariness and pains are now far removed; the forces of darkness have fled in fear. Soma has surged within us mightily. We have reached our goal! Life is prolonged! The drop that we have drunk has entered our hearts, an immortal inside mortals.”

In this tradition, Soma is also closely related to gold. Although modern scholars have traditionally assumed that the Soma was an hallucinogen produced from plants, some scholars have now begun to suggest that the concept of Soma involves a metallurgical or alchemical allegory. In the ancient Rig Veda, Soma is said to have been fetched from heaven by a divine Eagle who extracted it from a bronze (or metal) fortress. (Rig Veda 8.100) The Eagle who fetched the Soma from Heaven may very well be a Vedic reference to the divine Phoenix. The fact that the Soma was kept in a metal fortress provides a clue that the Soma had its true source in the metals.

However, the Vedic texts generally state that Soma has mountains (girau) and stones (adrau) for his body. Soma is also described as dwelling in the mountains (giristha) or growing on the mountains (parvata_vrdh: RV. 9,46). Terrestrial mountains are the abode of Soma (RV. 9,2). The texts state that the Soma was plucked from the rock (adri) by the mountain dwellers and then bought by the priests (kavis) who prepared the Soma. The Sanskrit term kavi not only means priest-poet, but also smith, metallurgist, or alchemist.

Although the Soma is said to grow on or in the rocks in the form of shoots or stalks (amshu), this term can easily be interpreted as the veins or stalk-like protrusions that are often found associated with certain ores, such as quartzite gold. The texts state that the Soma was specifically plucked from two rocks (adrau) which are either reddish brown (aruna) or yellow (hari) in color, colors that are typical of gold bearing ores. For example, quartzite deposits often contain native yellow gold veins and protrusions, which gives them a yellow or golden color, while gold-platinum ores often appear as reddish-brown mineral veins.

Because these veins appeared to be growing on or in the mountain rocks, they were compared to the stalks of a plant to be plucked from the rocks. Once the ores were collected by mountain dwellers and bought by the priest-metallurgists, the ores would be crushed and washed free of impurities. The crushing or pressing of the Soma is abundantly described in the Rig Veda. It involved the use of grinding stones, which were said to make a loud noise. The use of grinding stones instead of a mortar and pestle was a common practice in ancient metallurgy. It appears that several stages of grinding, washing, cooking and filtering were involved.

A woolen fleece (avi) was used as the filter. The use of woolen filters was also very common in ancient metallurgy, and were often used as a means of collecting gold particles from running streams. The grease or oil on the fleece would capture the tiny flecks of gold, but would not capture particles of sand or grit, which would be wetted by the water and washed away. Some have speculated that the Greek myth of Jason and Argonauts who sought the Golden Fleece had its origin in this ancient practice. The use of a woolen filter during the washing of the crushed ores would thus allow the priest-metallurgists to collect the gold particles.

After crushing, washing, and filtering the Soma would be cooked in water. As the juice began to mature, it was said to become clothed in robes of milk. In other words, it assumed a white appearance, resembling milk or the moon. Due to its white color it was often referred to as the Milk of Heaven or the Milk of the Gods, and was compared to Divine Semen, indicating its creative spiritual potency. It is interesting to note that when the monatomic elements are placed in water they form a permanent suspension that looks exactly like pure white milk.

Author: Life Enthusiast Staff