Ocean Alchemy

Elixir of Life

Address Emotional Issues
Price: $60.00
  • Restore Wellness by Addressing Emotional Issues
  • Enhance feeling of wellness and Oneness
  • Contains all of the monatomic elements in their natural balance

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Description

Elixir of Life ORMUS supplement helps increase your feelings of wellness by addressing emotional issues.

Made from an ancient mineral source, may be considered a mineral supplement.

Contains all of the ORMUS elements in their natural balance.

The Elixir of Life is made by fire alchemy from an ancient mineral source. Its attributes are reported by users as addressing emotional issues and is said to give a feeling of wellness and Oneness. It may be considered a “monatomic mineral supplement” which contains all of the monatomic elements in their natural balance making the Elixir very rich in ORMUS content. It’s shelf life is indefinite so long as it is kept in a cool, dark place away from EMF and direct sunlight.

Made from an ancient mineral source, may be considered a mineral supplement.

Contains all of the ORMUS elements in their natural balance in a salty brine solution.

Directions for Use

Suggested use as a dietary supplement: one teaspoon per day, per 150 lbs. body weight.

Please contact us for larger quantities.

Recommended Use

Increase your feelings of wellness by addressing emotional issues.

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ORMUS Alchemy for Mind, Body and Spirit

The goal of alchemy is to transform the base or common into the pure or rare. Put another way, alchemy can be considered to be the transmutation of matter into spirit. Or matter into light.

ORMUS for Vibrational Healing

When natural source elements are transformed into ORMUS, they no longer display original properties (toxic when ingested), but assume a nontoxic, easily assimilated form.

Podcast 110 about Nano Minerals and ORMUS Part 1

David Hudson used the acronym ORME to refer to Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements which he patented in 1989. In October of 1997 around 70 people agreed by consensus to call the un-assayable form of the transition elements (these are the elements down the center of the periodic chart) by the name ORMUS or m-state. We did this after a fairly lengthy debate on whether these elements were monatomic, diatomic or something else.