ORMUS, also known as ORME, M-state elements, White Powder Gold, Monatomic Gold, Manna and/or the Philosopher's Stone, was discovered in 1975 by Arizona farmer David Hudson. He discovered some material in his soil that he had never seen before. Hudson laid it out to dry in the hot Arizona sun so he could have it analyzed. What happened next was absolutely remarkable: the material exploded in a big flash of light and disappeared! But when he dried it without the use of sunlight it didn't disappear.
Hudson was advised to patent these elements to prevent others from using his findings and keep him from experimenting further. In March 1988, Hudson patented these elements which he called: Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, or ORME.
This has become known as Ormus and stands for what are twelve known elements, which exist both in a material and an immaterial, energetic form. Ormus is a superconductor. These elements resonate with the primal energy, the zero point from which all life originates and which is a quantum potential of possibilities.
Ormus is one with this endless source of energy, which can be found in the air, the soil, plants, stones and the sea.
According to Hudson, our brains contain at least 5% Ormus. This percentage can be raised considerably if we take in food and water with a high ORMUS content. It is exactly these foods that are so sadly lacking today. Hudson refers to Ormus as 'the light of life' and 'the Spirit'. He claims it not only makes us more spiritual but that it's capable of correcting DNA too.
Many individuals attest to enhanced mental clarity, calmness, increased intuitive powers, insightfulness and a sense of being connected to a higher state of awareness. Manna: another ancient term for monatomic elements, also used to describe "the food of the gods"
Monatomic Elements are generally defined as the single atoms of the Platinum based group of elements: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Chromium, Iridium, Rhodium Osmium, Ruthenium, etc. Other elements can also exist in their high spin monatomic state such as Magnesium, Selenium, Sodium, Silica, etc.
Monatomic Minerals are single atoms of minerals that go into their monatomic state. Monatomic state: The single atom (Mon = one Atom) (anything that is broken down to its single atom structure is monatomic) M-state minerals: monatomic minerals (minerals in their monatomic state).
ORMES: (Orbitally-Rearranged-Monatomic-Elements) a term coined by David Hudson
ORMUS: an ancient term used for monatomic elements .