Chris Emmons Talks About Discovery in Action Ormus
Chris Emmons Discovery in Action Ormus, prepared in my laboratory from the finest and purest ingredients available; Your health and welfare is my primary focus. 100% organic, pure and free of contaminants this Ormus is safe, energetic, concentrated and made to exacting standards, Pricing intentionally kept low so every one may experience Ormus -as I hope one day they learn to collect for themselves. Discovery in Action Ormus is pleasing to the palate and its source material one of the most highly recommended.
Get this special Ormus: Discovery in Action; only produced during full Moon or Equinox: Then buried in the ground for one lunar month. Hand made in small batches, Discovery in Action is collected only once a month and the two Equinox’s –Quality not Quantity –and this Ormus sells out quickly.
Ancient alchemists knew the power of immersion in the ground with time; one lunar month. Chris Emmons learned this secret alchemical knowledge and uses it to bring you probably the Best Ormus from a Wet Process. Why bury? Burying Ormus in the ground in a recoverable mode may allow the Ormus to accumulate more of the natural energies our earth rhythmically radiates. If so, then bury under the ground Ormus is to be unique and phenomenal.
But Burying under the ground is not secret knowledge to those who know:
“As a tool maker, I would bury my fixtures, angle plates, etc after heat treating and a primary grind for a year. After finish grinding them, they are completely stabilized on a molecular level. I know it has little to do with Ormus Ralph. But I find burying Ormus very interesting...“
-Hubert Utley, Michigan, Quote with permission. Thanks, Hubert.
“In Italy they have a cheese that they wrap and bury in the ground for a long time, I think a year. It is a dessert cheese that is served covered with honey and is delicious.” -B
“Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish. Although it can be made from a variety of vegetables, it is most commonly associated with cabbage. Stories abound of how the Koreans bury their kimchi pots in the ground in the fall and dig them up again in the spring. This writer personally knew a veteran of the Korean conflict who said it was buried for "over a year" and when excavated he could smell it "a mile away" and the locals "went crazy and fought over it." The story may be exacerbated by military exuberance but instructions to bury it in the ground abound in the traditional recipes.”
-Ralph Kinsley, Associate Alchemist
Gardening with Ormus-Homestead of
Ralph Kinsley and Chris Emmons, "Fairy Land"
More about Discovery in Action Ormus
This Ormus is collected from highly regarded seawater using the Wet Process Method of Ormus collection in Chris Emmons laboratory. The Wet Process of Ormus collection is Egyptian Essene Traditional Science. Essene shared the Wet Process -and a few other Ormus collection processes with the Ormus community during the 1990’s.
[Larry Blackman, AKA Essene, developed and then chose to share current Ormus collection processes during the 1990’s. Essene desired the knowledge of how to make and use the m state [in Ormus] be common knowledge, rather than closed and secret as it was. He wanted it to be available to all to use for the betterment of humanity. Desiring to remain in the background, attracting no attention to any who may not wish this knowledge be known, he went by the name Essene. The Ormus collections processes he brought forward, except for a couple variations, are the Wet Process, Dry Processes, Sodium Burn Process and the Red Lion Process. Essene sharing the Ormus collection processes was an extreme act of generosity and the Ormus community remains intensely Grateful.]
What is the Wet Process?
“Ormus is concentrated, some say harvested, from seawater or reconstituted sea made by dissolving natural unprocessed sea salt with water. During a Wet process [Egyptian Essene Traditional Science] the matrix that binds the seawater/mineral together splits open via raising pH with the alkali sodium hydroxide. Mineral elements in the seawater are released as soluble ions [not solids] and combine to form soft wet flakes of mineral compound which are collected then washed. This removes any excess sodium hydroxide. The process is finished, it has produced Ormus.
The mineral form contains an easy for the body to absorb mineral-compound and the m-state (meta-physical) state of the minerals. It’s water-based suspension holds nano-sized, soft, hydrated, wet flakes cross-linked in a network, a three-dimensional matrix, with the pores in the network filled with water. In alchemy this type of suspension is called a Wet-in-Wet while in laboratory work it is called a sol-gel. - Chris Emmons R.Ph
Take away: The soft flakes at the bottom of the settled mixture contain Ormus. Ormus is also in the liquid around and over the soft flakes.