Observed Properties
by Barry Carter

We use the terms m-state and ORMUS in preference to Hudson's ORME terminology since ORME is an acronym for Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements and it is not entirely certain that any of these elements are monatomic.

General Properties

Hudson's quantities

Percent of Total
Percent of Ton
Rhodium 1,200  50% 5.00%
Iridium 800  33% 3.33%
Ruthenium 250  10% 1.04%
Osmium 150  6% 0.63%
Platinum 13  1% 0.05%
Palladium 0% 0.02%
Gold 0% 0.00%

Total 2,419  100% 10.08%

Elements don't assay correctly

Various researchers have reported that these elements don't assay as what they are, using spectroscopic or chemical assay methods.

M-osmium battery

Two sources report that it is possible to make a very high energy capacity battery using m-state osmium. Since osmium is generally very toxic it may not be the best element to use in this situation. A similar high density battery has been reported using other materials.

Methods for making or obtaining the m-state elements

Hudson's patented method

Electrochemical method

Ozone method

Magnetic trap

HCl & H2O2 method

Sodium burn

Boiling in lye

Wet method

Dry method

Homeopathic method

Full Moon dew method

Extract from organics

Golden tree in sodium

Ancient mechanical method

HR method

Can be transmuted using following methods

Collapsing magnetic field

Microwave oven

Solar UV

High heat


M-state liquids

One colleague has developed a "magnetic levitation (ML) trap" to concentrate the ORMUS elements in water. This trap literally levitates the superconducting elements against gravity and against the flow of the water into a collector from which they are conducted into a storage container. This ORMUS water is then converted to metal for assay and sale.

The "water" from the trap is distinct from "normal" water from the same source in several ways:

It is lighter than water

I have measured several samples of m-state water  from a magnetic levitation trap and it is somewhat lighter than regular water. 25 ml of m-water weighs .07 grams less than an equal amount of regular tap water. Despite this lighter weight, we speculate that the m-water may have greater mass than tap water and that the lighter weight may be attributable to magnetic levitation on the earth's magnetic field or some other phenomena. We cannot measure this with our existing equipment. Others have made similar measurements and have not confirmed these results. This may be due to problems with my measurement technique or differences in the source water for the trap.

It is more viscous and slipperier than water

The m-water comes out of the ML trap through a quarter inch inside diameter vinyl tube. It does not flow through the tube like water should but rather seems to have about the consistency of light oil or glycerin. (Some of the water above some of my samples made from pure metallic gold seems to have "gelled". These are in small test tubes and I can tip them completely on their sides and the "water" line inside barely tilts.) This m-water has a slightly slippery feel which increases with concentration of the m-state materials within.

It is hydrophobic

The magnetically energized m-water looks like water but seems to have some hydrophobic properties. It dries very quickly on your hands. I believe that it also evaporates very quickly when it is concentrated in one place. (This should be a measurable phenomenon and I intend to measure it as soon as I get some of this damn stuff out of my system.) However it also seems to resist evaporation in some circumstances.

It goes to gas easily

When the m-state elements in ML trap water are precipitated according to the wet method described in the ORMUS document ( http://www.lyghtforce.com/WhiteGold/ormus3.htm ) bubbles will form inside the precipitate for several days after it is precipitated. My colleague believes that these bubbles are magnetically stimulated m-state gas which is trying to get out of the water. He claims that this m-state material is hydrophobic and will leave water as soon as it has somewhere better to go. These bubbles become more common when a magnet is moved under a sample.

These bubbles do not seem to rise to the surface of the liquid as rapidly as air bubbles. When they rise to the surface and enter the atmosphere they will escape from a container around the edges of a loose lid. When this happens this gas is visible in the following way. It looks like a heat shimmer from the pavement or like the shimmer you see above the hose nozzle when you are filling up your car with gasoline. The gasoline analogy is more apt since it goes horizontally and down instead of up.

It might be distilled by cooling

This researcher claims that refrigerating the ML trap water will actually cause it to go to vapor faster. This is just the opposite of normal materials. He thinks that different m-state materials might gas off as the temperature is lowered and that this will enable us to fractionate the m-state materials as they are distilled off. This has not been tested yet.

It seems to be concentrated by fractional freezing

Another researcher claims that she started by partially freezing several gallons of water. When about half of the water was frozen she broke the ice and poured the unfrozen portion into another container where it was partially frozen again. She continued to repeat this till she got a portion which would not freeze at the temperatures which were available to her.

I have also done this starting with a thirty gallon barrel of water on a cold winter night. I repeated this process till I got down to two quarts of water but this water still froze outside at night. I still have this bottle of water in my refrigerator after about three years. The inside bottom of the bottle appears to be coated with a white precipitate which also clings to the sides of the bottom up about an inch. This coating is not very thick but looks a bit like the residue left when hard water evaporates.

It appears to "tunnel" out of sealed containers

I have observed this phenomena three or four times, my colleague has observed it many times. The most active portion of these materials, when they have been magnetically stimulated, will easily pass through the walls of most sealed plastic or glass containers. Often they will have just enough energy to escape the container and then will "condense" as drops of liquid on the side of the container furthest from magnetic stimulation. This liquid has an oilier feel than water and has a pleasant sweet taste.

M-state concentrate "evaporates" when vacuum is released

One researcher has reported that as a vacuum is pulled on the m-state concentrate from ML traps, the water associated with it will boil off leaving a gelatinous substance. As the vacuum is released this substance evaporates. I know of no other material which behaves in this way.

Superfluid behavior

A couple of researchers have reported that under certain conditions these elements in water will not stay in an open container, but will "flow" up and out of the container. I am fairly certain that I have observed this myself.

Flows toward nearest living thing

One researcher has reported that a puddle of water left after ozonation of water which probably contained ORMUS moved across the floor toward the nearest person. This phenomena has not been confirmed or replicated by anyone else.

Oil of the metals

Jerel's method

Daniel's method

Magnetic trap


It appears to multiply by itself

A couple of days ago a friend called to tell me that he had noticed that the m-state precipitate in the bottom of a vial filled mostly with distilled water had increased by "ten or twenty fold". Various other researchers have occasionally seen the same phenomenon but no one seems to have precisely nailed it down. The interesting thing about my friend's sample is that I have its twin at my house and my sample has not increased. We have considered the differences in these samples and how they are stored and we suspect that the unknown factor may be that his sample was stored in a double mu metal shielded container and mine was not.

Our hypothesis is that the m-state elements enter and leave this space-time all the time. They are more likely to leave if they are more energized. Fluctuating magnetic fields energize them. Better magnetic shielding allows more to stay around than leave.

It seems to "like" tight spaces

The m-state water seems to be more comfortable in tight spaces. Tightly packed polyethylene fibers seem to improve our ability to collect and store these liquid concentrates. We hypothesize that tight spaces stabilize these elements in relation to magnetic fields and this allows them to be less energetic.

The weight of the m-state increases as it is turned to metal

Various researchers have reported that the weight of the m-state elements will almost double as they are converted to metal. My colleague has demonstrated this process on a scale where the weight of the material literally increased before our eyes.

Rotation preference

Another researcher, with whom I have not worked as closely, has described an interesting phenomenon with the m-state iridium. He claims that if you take m-state iridium precipitate and evaporate the water out till it is about the consistency of automotive grease, it will exhibit a distinct preference for being stirred in one direction rather than another. He says that when stirred in a clockwise direction it moves quite easily but when stirred in the opposite direction seems like you are lifting the entire mass of the material hanging from a string tied round the axis of rotation.

M-state solids


One researcher and his partner have reported that at a certain energy level the dry m-state powder cannot be wetted with water. They claim that this effect is so profound that they can pour water into a beaker with this material in a pile in the center and the water will literally form a cylinder up the wall of the beaker without going over the pile of m-state in the center of the beaker.

Levitation effects

Hudson has reported levitation effects in these materials under carefully controlled conditions. My colleague has seen them in less controlled situations. When he dried m-state materials from one source, he could not collect it because whenever he came near to it, it would "fly" away. He finally figured out a way to contain it and dry it in the container so then he had a mason jar containing a material which would "fly" to the side away from anyone who approached it.

Levitation disks

Another researcher claims that if you take pure m-state iridium and leave it set for a few months, it will convert to metallic iridium. If you divide it up so that it is not so concentrated it is much more stable. He says that if you mix it with ceramic clay at a ratio of about nine parts clay to one part m-iridium you can make a ceramic disk which will levitate and exhibit other unusual properties.

The gentleman who claims that he has built the m-iridium/ceramic disks said that if they were annealed properly they would levitate by themselves, otherwise they had to be spun to levitate. He also mentioned that if you spin two of them face to face 30 or 40 mm apart that you can swing a pendulum between them and it will stop when it gets dead center between them. When you turn the motors off, which are spinning the disks, the pendulum will resume its swing with the same momentum that it had before it stopped. He speculates that the spinning disks somehow stop time in the space between them. Another researcher has attempted to replicate these results with m-iridium without success.

Gone in a flash of light

Hudson and a couple of other researchers report that m-state rhodium precipitate if dried out in sunlight will disappear in a flash of light. The rhodium must comprise a significant but unquantified portion of the total amount of precipitate. This flash of light does not necessarily involve an explosion or implosion, just a release of radiation.

M-state Iridium Disappears

Hudson reports that m-state iridium looses all weight an disappears from view when heated to around 830 degrees Celsius after repeated heating and cooling cycles.

Dissolves in acid

Dry M-state dissolves in strong Hydrochloric Acid?

M-state gases or vapors

These also seem to "like" tight spaces.

Sublimates in air

One ORMUS researcher claims that the powdered m-state elements sublimate in air at the following temperatures:
Element ORME BP
Magnesium ?
Calcium ?
Cobalt ?
Nickel ?
Copper ?
Ruthenium ?
Rhodium 900 C or 1066 C
Palladium Over 2700 C
Silver 1800 C
Rhenium ?
Osmium ?
Iridium 5400 C
Platinum ?
Gold 425 C
Mercury ?

There is some evidence that, at least, some of them will sinter into a glass at temperatures higher than their sublimation points in air if they are heated in an inert gas. For example, Hudson reports that m-state gold sublimates at 425 degrees Celsius while it can be sintered into a glass at 1160 degrees Celsius.

Chart Comparing Various Observers

Properties observed by Hudson Hudson's Statement Hudson Quote Hudson's "Scientific" Theory Evidence Supporting "Scientific" Theory Evidence Questioning "Scientific" Theory Alternative "Scientific" Theory Independent Observation of Property Hudson's "Philosophic" Theory Evidence Supporting "Philosophic" Theory Evidence Questioning "Philosophic" Theory Alternative "Philosophic" Theory Jim's Observation of Property
Disappeared in flash of light in sunlight

High energy ionizing radiation causes matter to energy conversion from superdeformed nuclei Pencil was not knocked over but was burned half in two. Conversion to energy of the amount of material suggested by Hudson would cause a much larger "explosion". Nuclear fission into two separate elements which were dispersed with the energy release.

Jim says that his material flashed and he subsequently observed gold flecks in the paint of his car which was sitting nearby.
Same material divided into three parts assays differently

Much higher levels of elements present

Physicist's claim that the amounts of these materials present on earth does not match quantities predicted based on nuclear theory and observation

Weight changes when heated and cooled

Material goes to five ninths of it's weight according to Putthof's calculations based on Sakharov's theory of gravitation.

Fly ash
Disappeared when heated to

Material disappears into the zero point and exists in another universe.

Sinters into a glass

Superconductor at room temperature
A superconductor; how do you prove it's a superconductor? You literally take a constant magnetic field and you pass the material into the constant magnetic field. If it's not a superconductor if you apply a magnetic field you get positive inductance. Monoatomic transition elements are supercondutors at room temperature as the result of being resonance connected, quantum oscillator, resonating in two dimensions. Four papers claiming evidence of superconductive effects in biological systems. 

FIGURE 5 is the cycling magnetometry evaluation of iridium S-ORME demonstrating the phenomena of negative magnetization and minimum (Hc1) and maximum (Hc2) critical fields. In addition, the Josephson effect is demonstrated by the compensating current flo The Meissner field is the "Light of Life" which flows within us. This is the same as the "aura". Some people observe "auras" which are stronger around "spiritual" people.

Jim glowed in the dark for a week or so after getting sprayed by the material from the broken coupling.
Superfluid at room temperature

Material flies around inside the tube furnace in response to biological fields but not magnetic fields.

At 762 degrees phase change to superconductor causes the iridium to emit heat and cool the atom down..

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