Hudson and other researchers report that the m-state elements, particularly m-state rhodium will disappear in a flash of light if left in sunshine. In his Portland lecture, Hudson said:
"So we precipitated this material out of the black and we took the material and dried it. In the drying process we took a large porcelain funnel called a Buchner funnel about this big. It had a filter paper on it. This material was about a quarter of an inch thick on top of the filter paper. At that time I didn't have a drying furnace or a drying oven so I just set it out in the Arizona sunshine which was about 115 degrees at 5% humidity so it really dried fast.
What happened was that after the material dried it exploded. It exploded like no explosion I had ever seen in my life and I've worked with a lot of explosive materials. There was no explosion and there was no implosion. It was as if somebody had detonated about fifty thousand flash bulbs all at one time just poof. All the material was gone, the filter paper was gone and the funnel was cracked.
So I took a brand new pencil that had never been sharpened and stood it on end next to the funnel and started drying another sample. When the material detonated it burned the pencil about 30% in two but did not knock the pencil over and all the sample was gone. So this was not an explosion and was not an implosion. It was like a tremendous release of light.
It was like you set that pencil beside a fire place and after about 20 minutes you saw it was smoking on one side and burning in two. That's what the pencil looked like immediately after the flash. Now this just had me baffled. What ever this stuff is it's wild. We found that if we dried it out of the sunlight it didn't explode but if we dried it in the sunlight it exploded."
Another researcher reported a similar effect, but not in sunlight:
"I was going to dry some of this stuff inside of a heater, a wire wound resistor. And I was going to dry it. It stayed in there just fine until it got dry and then it went poof, and a big flash and that's how I got the first metal flake paint job."
It appears that this property of these materials is related to their absorption of energy, rather than the exposure to light, per se.
A third investigator definitely links the flash of light disappearance to the m-state rhodium:
"When you dry rhodium in the sunlight it goes off like a million flash bulbs. No explosion, no implosion, just a brilliant flash of light and it's done. The Pharaoh in Egypt used to commit suicide this way. When they were ready to meet their god they would dope up real heavy on the rhodium and walk up this long hallway into the morning sunlight. They would last about ten minutes. And they would blink out of existence. Gone in a flash of light. This is a massive overdose. You couldn't afford to get this amount of rhodium unless you owned a rhodium mine."
The best theory I have seen proposed to account for the disappearing in a flash of light phenomenon is as follows. When energy is added to the superconducting ORMUS system it is stored within that system. Superconducting systems can store a great amount of energy but their energy storage capacity is finite. The point at which energy storage capacity is full is called Hc2. When the energy storage capacity of a superconductor is saturated any more energy put into the system will cause the system to become unstable. It appears that when energy is added via solar radiation or via electromagnetic fields past the Hc2 saturation point the superconducting system breaks down and the ORMUS elements are converted to their metallic counterparts and to energy.
In his Portland lecture Hudson relates another experiment where the break past Hc2 would have occurred much more rapidly:
We purchased what is called an arc furnace. We took about thirty grams of this white powder and we put it in the furnace. This furnace had an insulated crucible; it had a copper crucible in it with water all around it to keep it cool. You bring a lid to set down on top of it and there's a tungsten rod that hangs down in it. And it actually runs a little arc welder which you strike from the tungsten electrode to the copper. And in this arc you sit there and you stir with the electrode back and forth, back and forth till you literally melt everything that is there. Now what we did was we pumped out all of the air, we back filled it with helium gas, for a plasma gas, and we struck the arc. It went bzzp, like that and shut off. We opened up the arc furnace, no tungsten electrode. Now this tungsten electrode is about the size of my thumb. Tungsten is the filament material that they make light bulbs out of. The people who built this furnace said we could use it for thirty five to forty times with no deterioration of the electrode. We could burn it for minutes and minutes and minutes and minutes. We didn't even get a second out of this thing. So we sent to the manufacturer, got another electrode put it back in it, put back on, closed it back up, vacuumed the air out, put in the inert gas, struck another arc, bzzp, shut off. Opened it up again and the tungsten electrode is all molten into this powder. What we found when we analyzed the powder after we did this, it wasn't the same element it was before we did this. And what we also found is that there was an amplification of heat about two thousand times. It was not chemical heat, it was nuclear heat. What we found is all the wiring in the laboratory was beginning to crumble and fall apart. You could go up to copper wires and do that and they would just go to powder.
The glass beaker sitting in the laboratory near the furnace was getting full of little air pockets in the glass and when we would pick them up they would fall apart. And that's radiation damage. There is no other explanation for it. I'll show you tomorrow that Berkeley-Brookhaven has confirmed that this is 25,000 electron volt photons. Gamma level radiation comes out of these high spin atoms when you throw too much energy at them.
We postulate that these different effects occur depending on how rapidly the superconducting system breaks past the Hc2 point.
It seems that industrial processes can be developed which take advantage of these different responses of the m-state materials.
One researcher has reported that in the presence of a rapidly collapsing magnetic field it is possible to add or subtract nucleons in the m-state materials. This researcher claims that it is possible to convert the metallic elements to their m-states then change their atomic number with a collapsing magnetic field and convert the resulting m-state element back to a different metallic element. This researcher says:
"Palladium made from mercury is completely stable. Gold made from mercury is not stable. It goes through a "hot" period. Since you must step the mercury down to get to gold (you are starting with 206 mercury and you are dropping it to 197 gold) you must step it down through several transitions. You should try to bring the excess nucleons all out as an inert gas. If you don't get them all out as an inert gas the material becomes radioactively hot and you will have a decay factor. During this decay process you can have neutron and beta emissions."
"I've found that there are four substances that pin these high spin atoms and take them back to the low spin state. Those substances are sulfites (SO3), carbon and carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, and short wavelength radiation (deep ultraviolet or shorter). That's what caused this stuff to explode in sunlight, I found out later. So there are four major things which cause this to go back to the low spin state. So, actually, in your body there are four things which cause this to go back to the low spin state. So that in your body it kills the light. It causes them to go back to the low spin state.
I will say that when nitric oxide interreacts with these elements, taking them back to the low spin state, that it does involve a phenomenon called electron annihilation. And the actual nitric oxides instead of being nitrogen 14 becomes radioactive carbon 14 when that occurs. So that in your body, when dying you are producing radioactive carbon 14. It gets in your body a different way than they tell you it does."
One researcher reports that when the precious metals are converted to their m-state, using a high temperature sodium reaction, beta radiation is released.
There are some historical references which might indicate that radiation was a problem for the people who handled the Ark of the Covenant.
In his Dallas workshop Hudson said:
And when you realize that in old kingdom Egypt, that on the holiest day in old kingdom of Egypt, in the "Sign of the Seal" you read this, that they carried around an Ark on two poles, and in the Ark was a stone. Coincidentally what was in the Ark of the Covenant? A stone. The pot of Manna and the stone. The gold glass.
And I'm saying that around the Ark of the Covenant was the Meissner field. Now, the strange thing about a Meissner field is other Meissner fields, that oscillates at the same frequency, can enter that field and not perturb it. And so if you are a high priest, a Melchizedek priest, and you eat this Bread of the Presence of God every week, you are a light being, and you can enter into that field and approach the Ark of the Covenant and not perturb it because you're in resonance with it. But if you're an ordinary soldier or a person who thinks bad things, ha-ha-ha, you know, they have to tie a rope around your legs because as you approach it, it may have a flux collapse. Now if you can imagine several hundred thousand amps and now you have volts, it's like a bolt of lightning. It literally is energy that is of unbelievable magnitude.
So as long as there is no volts, you could touch it, you could feel it, it's hundreds of thousands of amps, but no tickle, no tingle, because there's no volts. So as long as you're in resonance with it you can approach it, you could touch it, you could hold it, you could feel it, nothing. But if you're not in resonance with it, you enter the field, you perturb the resonance, and it's a flux collapse, and now you've got voltage, and it'll kill you.
Hudson is hypothesizing a connection between several historic references and the behavior of alleged superconducting elements stored in the Ark of the Covenant.
Stuart Nettleton, in his book The Alchemy Key, examined Hudson's claims from the historical perspective. Nettleton says that the Philistines of Ashdod got tumors from handling the Ark. He quotes Josephus:
"…for they died of the dysentery and flux, a sore distemper that brought death upon them very suddenly; for before the soul could, as usual in early deaths, be loosened from the body, they brought up their entrails and vomited up what they had eaten…"
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I suggest that the ancient philosopher's stone is an ORMEs-based material. When ORMEs visit the scientific world in the near future, they will shortly thereafter be found to be the grand-daddy of all transmuters. Metals, concrete, liquids, and gases -all the radioactive materials of atomic sites- (I suggest) shall all be healable of their atomic instability by this means. It is going to be an amazingly different world from that time on.
In the same way the energized ORMEs of your friend J were able to penetrate their container walls, the ORMEs of the philosopher's stone likewise possess the ability to penetrate all forms of matter.
So I believe the ORMEs phenomena shall indeed
means of effecting such stabilizing transmutations. In this regard, it
does not particularly matter whether the actinides contain ORME-forming
members, or not. There is far less reason to lose sleep worrying about
a nuclear cleanup problem than there used to be. The almost-magical
break-throughs that will make cleanup possible are finally beginning to
come into view. It will even make your trees grow better.