Precious metals, including copper, silver, gold, rhodium, iridium and platinum (and others) exist in a modified state (White Powder Gold or ORMUS), where they no longer display the electric, spectroscopic, chemical, or thermal properties usually associated with the "metal" state. The resulting material appears crystalline, stable, non-conductive, heat resistant, and chemically inert. These same elements would have to be classified not as metals, but as inert minerals. These elements are both natural and ubiquitous, they permeate the environment, our food, and our bodies. There are many methods to creating the white powder gold (ORMUS), including the methods mentioned in David Hudson's patent. There are many formulas on the web but I suggest you save your time and energy. Many of them simply don't work as described. Chris Emmons, a wonderful lady that I was fortunate enough to meet, has spent years collecting and verifying the various ways of making White Powder Gold (ORMUS) in a book called "ORMUS – Modern Day Alchemy". It is very complete,thorough and especially helpful to those who are new to the subject.
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