"ORMUS", derived from ORME's or Orbitally Rearranged Mono-atomic Elements, is a "stuff" that has attracted massive attention, popularity and mystery since the 1970's.
"The Ormus materials are generally considered to be a new state of matter -- solid, liquid, gas, plasma, and Ormus. As of this writing, there have been fifty-two of these materials isolated. These materials are critical in the construction and functioning of all living things.
Five percent of the dry weight of the human brain and nervous system are composed of these materials. (Probably five percent of everything else as well)."
--David Kane, Canadian Ormus Researcher
The Emerging Science of Ormus
There is a tremendous science emerging surrounding the discovery and use of monatomics (single atom), ormus elements, also known as angstrom elements. Current uses range from industrial applications in fuel cell technology and computers, to applications in the farm and garden for plant health and food production, to human use as a resource to build health, balance emotions, improve meditation, inspire a purpose-oriented lifestyle, and improve one’s personal manifestation abilities (through increased concentration).
What is Ormus?
Ormus is the original version of an element in its unclustered form. This means atoms are no closer than 4 Angstroms to each other, thus the designation, monatomic (one atom). There is still debate over the actual molecular configuration of a monatomic element, but the purpose of this description is to simplify the information to the most essential aspects.
Clustered atoms form the gold nuggets and silver ores, etc. that are quite visible to the eye. Single atom elements are invisible to the eye, and difficult to detect even with machines, but have remarkable effects on plants and humans alike. Their characteristic effects though, once recognized, are unmistakable.
Monatomic elements permeate our environment, our atmosphere and our food, though generally in such small amounts that their influence goes unnoticed. Only in the last 30 years or so have ormus elements become more widely known and studied. Methods of concentrating these single atom elements of gold, silver, iridium, copper, etc. from a variety of natural resources are numerous, some well published, others kept proprietary.
The science of developing monatomics is a widely growing science practiced by both novices and professionals alike the world over.
M-State Elements and DNA
Lawrence Gardner, an archeologist and authority on M-state properties, references the May 1995 issue of Scientific American where it discusses the effects of ruthenium on the DNA. The research notes that a single ruthenium atom placed at each end of the double-helix DNA increases the conductivity of the strand by a factor of 10,000, causing the DNA to become, in effect, a “superconductor”. Once configured, the DNA strand opens up, undergoes repair, and closes back up. New cells of the body are then replicated according to the new and improved DNA pattern.
The health benefits from such a state of DNA performance, as you can imagine, are broad and encompassing. Personal experience, observations in the new leaf development in plants, and observations of rejuvenation effects in others, are convincing me of the importance of M-state, or angstrom, elements in the daily diet.
Where is Ormus Found?
Ormus is readily found in ocean water, ancient salt deposits (like Himalayan Salt or the Dead Sea Salt), in volcanic materials, in mountain streams, and even dew, yet requires extensive measures utilizing lye and acids, or other more esoteric methods, to concentrate them sufficiently to feel their unmistakable effects.
Finding a source of concentrated ormus in a naturally-occurring form is rare, and quite valuable, (especially given the common dangers and difficulties associated to the chemical-based methods of concentration and extraction of ormus elements from raw materials). Micheal King in Southern Oregon has been fortunate to come across several ormus-bearing naturally-occurring clays with sufficient concentration already built into them by Nature to be readily felt by the human and easily observed in their effects on plants.
More About Angstrom (Ormus) Elements
Angstrom elements are the smallest version of pure source minerals, smaller than both colloidal and ionic. An angstrom is a unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimeter, used mainly to express wavelengths and interatomic distances.
Angstrom elements are elements of the Periodic Chart that are in their pure, un-clustered, single or double atom state. A clustered element may gather atoms in groups of 3 or more, but an angstrom element remains in an un-clustered state making it extremely small and extremely bio-available. This is why it can often be felt nourishing your cells, soothing your moods and centering your focus within seconds or minutes of entering your system.
The ancient reference to “Manna from Heaven” was actually a reference to a substance that gave one an experience of “heaven”. “Manna” in ancient Hebrew, actually means “What is it?” It is referred to as “the bread of heaven”. Ample evidence supports the theory that this “bread” was actually developed by the Hebrews from the dew using an alchemical process that concentrated angstrom minerals into a powder form that could be eaten.
The terms “M-state elements” is actually a modern scientific coinage designed to classify a group of single and/or double atom configurations of the basic Periodic Chart of Transition Group Elements. The term “monoatomic” or “monatomic” is a reference to an element in its single atom, unbounded state. An element in the monoatomic state has unique and consistent behavior patterns characteristic of its true elemental, or angstrom form.
Sci-Tech Encyclopedia: defines the Atom Cluster thus: “Clusters are aggregates of atoms (or molecules) containing between three and a few thousand atoms that have properties intermediate between those of the isolated monomer (atom or molecule) and the bulk or solid-state material.”
Dr. John Milewski provides us the following definition in reference to the Monoatomic State: “…the transition group elements, because of their unique properties, can be found already existing, or can be created and are able to remain, in a stable single atom state. This is achieved by having no nearest neighbor closer than four angstroms and, therefore, by not being able to chemically bind with other atoms. This is called a “monoatomic” state.”
M-state, or angstrom, elements include monatomic (single atom) and/or diatomic (double atom) forms of an element. Elements commonly found in the M-state are gold, silver, rhodium, iridium, indium, platinum, iron, nickel and copper, among others.
M-state elements, particularly rhodium & iridium, are believed to make up a significant portion of the brain (possibly as much as 5% or more) and are likely to be involved in a vast array of brain functions including cognitive ability, intelligence, emotional development, memory, melatonin production and the regulation of sleep, immune enhancement, thymus & adrenal restoration, hormonal balance, Human Growth Hormone (HGH) production, tissue regeneration, as well as the extension of youthfulness.