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solomon levi
01-14-2009, 07:02 PM
I've been adding dried M to herbal teas - melissa and saffron,
and it absorbs the color as the water is evaporated away.
The m-state is more powerful IMO.

I've noticed M boosts whatever it is with.

For example, for arthritis, drink a couple spoonfuls of
Knox gelatin in a glass of juice and take m-11.

For diabetes, take m-11 along with chromium, vanadium, zinc supplement.

These cures were told to me by the Essene, and I have witnessed
their success personally.

Aleilius
01-15-2009, 06:15 AM
I've been adding dried M to herbal teas - melissa and saffron,
and it absorbs the color as the water is evaporated away.
The m-state is more powerful IMO.

I was thinking about this very same thing a few weeks ago. It's really promising. :cool:

solomon levi
01-21-2009, 08:35 PM
Yeah. Maybe I'll try digesting it with mineral/metallic tinctures.

solomon levi
01-26-2009, 07:34 PM
I've been thinking of edible materials that one can heat m-state in
to make it superconducting and then just eat it.
The idea is that it requires a medium that it can spread out in.
I've read about two different temperatures - 850F and 1400F.
At 850, if you keep heating it and cooling it, it should become superconducting.

I went ahead and tried mixing m-state gold with whole wheat flour,
water and a bit of honey. I baked it at 450, and it turned out quiet nice.
The m-state has a very pleasant effect taken this way, IMO.

If anyone has any ideas for foods/edibles that can withstand high
temperatures, feel free to share.

Would the addition of oil or peanut butter allow the flour to be baked
at a higher temp?

Aleilius
01-27-2009, 09:16 PM
That's an interesting idea, but I'm not sure the annealing process is effective that way. The matrix for annealing m-states should be inert, and not react in anyway whatsoever with the m-state material. I think this excludes a lot of organic materials, because by their very nature they tend to be reactive.

With that being said, I do not doubt the effectiveness of said edible m-states. I may give this a try one day for myself.

I wish I could help you brainstorm further, but I know squat about cooking food.

solomon levi
01-28-2009, 06:41 PM
I think I'll try bentonite clay.
It's edible, though it will pull water out of you.

Will let you know the results when I get a chance to do this.

solomon levi
02-16-2009, 11:06 PM
Bentonite worked.
Very awesome!
Finally!!
As in most alchemy, repetition is the key. Heating and cooling back and forth
works like pH swings to push the material apart into mono-atomic.


The little black flecks are what collect on the magnet.
http://i68.servimg.com/u/f68/12/78/17/61/rick_s10.jpg

Here is some collected:
http://i68.servimg.com/u/f68/12/78/17/61/rick_s11.jpg

Here maybe you can see it's standing up from the magnet placed beneath it.
http://i68.servimg.com/u/f68/12/78/17/61/rick_s12.jpg

The material was flying off the walls of the crucible as it cooled!
You'll have to see it for yourself.
This stuff is really powerful, consumption-wise.

theFool
02-17-2009, 02:19 PM
In one of my experiments, I have heated (glowing hot) pure m-state mixed in common clay and made it magnetic (attract to magnet). I thought this was a significant observation, but then, I heated some clay alone and it behaved magnetically too! (prior to heating, there was no magnetic behaviour). After that, I tried the experiment on common mud, collected from the road. Guess what, it attracted to the magnet after the heating process.
:confused:
So, either the ground is full of m-state, or there is some magnetic compound formed after the heating (iron oxides that lose their water?). I don't know, it is puzzling me a lot and I' m in favor of the chemical explanation.
I haven't seen any of this clay behave diamagnetically (repel from magnet), so I abandoned the whole m-state story. But, who knows, maybe after many cycles of heating-cooling, after the info given from solomon levi, it will repell if it is full of m-state.

solomon levi
02-18-2009, 07:45 PM
That's a good point Fool.
I may have mentioned this before, but one property or definition of
a superconductor is that it does not allow any other field into it.
So I've always thought it should be repelled by a magnet instead of
attracted. Maybe the bentonite has magnetised. I really can't say
what I've created at this point. I thought I might try some assaying
with it to really be sure, but I don't know what to expect with that either.

The awesome thing is that the second time i took this, I felt it start
at the crown of my head, then it went to the pineal area, then my
throat (thyroid), then my chest (thymus) and ended, or mellowed out,
in the solar plexus. It's really odd that this would move through the
chakras/seals/stars so sequentially - like a reversed kundalini; it was a
nice warm liquid fire.

Actually, I doubt that it's the bentonite, because there's so much of it
that doesn't react at all, and the bentonite turned tan colored from the
burn and these particles are dark. I just wonder if it reacted with the
stainless steel somehow while it was glowing red hot. The stainless isn't
magnetic to begin with. But most of the magnetic material comes from off
the wall, but then that's the hottest area too. In fact, after i dump the majority
of the bentonite out, the tiny specks start popping off the wall. It's really weird.
It's not the usual sort of popping a crucible makes as it cools... well, maybe but
at a much smaller localised areas, so I still feel the m-state may have something
to do with it. I guess I'll try another clay that won't turn to dust - one that will
remain as a disc or something, and see if I can get some levitation.
There's some other variables i can play with too.

???

theFool
02-19-2009, 11:32 AM
One must be careful to rule out the numerous artifacts that will make the m-state behave "diamagnetically". For example, I 've seen in one case the white m-state dust jumping away from the magnet and thought: "that's, it repels". But upon closest examination, the dust was jumping only because of the electrostatic buildup caused by friction. Or, when I calcine sth in a spoon, tiny steel parts will separete from the spoon and attach to the calcined material, making it to behave magnetically of course.


The awesome thing is that the second time i took this, I felt it start
at the crown of my head, then it went to the pineal area, then my
throat (thyroid), then my chest (thymus) and ended, or mellowed out,
in the solar plexus. It's really odd that this would move through the
chakras/seals/stars so sequentially - like a reversed kundalini; it was a
nice warm liquid fire.
I agree that m-state gives kundalini energy effects. But, now, I tend to explain it in alchemical terms. Maybe the NaOH process, actually separates the alchemical Sulfur of the mineral (black sand -> M3) or metal (Au -> M1) and you ingest that. The secret fire hidden in the mineral, responsible for its evolution, is the same (in principle) with the secret fire in man (kundalini). If you have the book "Real Alchemy" check at page 151. It seems like the PON alchemists knew about the sodium burn process and Robert Bartlett states it clear that we get the Sulfur of the metal finally.
Now, is this Sulfur diamagnetic or superconductive or ...? I still have no clue. I 've seen crude C-11 attracting to magnet, crude m-state from grapes attracting also but "purified" m-state (M3, from sand), does not attract, even after "annealing". So maybe there is enough iron in sea salt and grapes to cause the magnetic effect alone.

solomon levi
02-21-2009, 09:35 PM
Thanks for sharing that Fool.
I guess I'll have to eliminate the stainless steel factor.
I don't own any quartz crucibles, but maybe that's the way to go.
Or titanium.
But I'm quite certain the bentonite is a good medium and
is not turning magnetic.