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Monatomic Gold

Saturday 21 January 2006

However, buried in red tape, and only just coming to light, is the work
of a Russian scientist, who asked; 'Why burn for only 15 to 20
seconds?' He then set up apparatus to burn for much longer periods.
Nothing happened at 20 seconds, 30 seconds, 40 seconds, 50, 60, or 69
but at 70 seconds, the apparatus then registered elements from the
palladium group – platinum and other precious metals – all from an
ordinary piece of iron.

Although amazing in itself, the really incredible thing is what happens
to the metal, especially when gold is melted this way. At a 70-second
burn there is suddenly a bright light, like a thousand flash bulbs
going off, and all that is left behind in the crucible is a white
powder. The gold vanishes. Another amazing thing is that the crucible
has very little weight and so does the powder. If you then take the
powder out of crucible, the weight returns to the crucible. Now I'm
scientist, but that sure sounds like what is known as
‘super-conductivity' to me.

So, why did a race of people 8,000 years ago need super­conductivity?
What did they need the white powder for? If a heavy stone crucible
loses its weight with this white powder in it, could you put this
powder on large stones and move them to build large structures with
ease, perhaps while building pyramids? Pyramids are by their very name
'fire begotten'; derived from the Latin word pyre meaning fire. To find
out the answer to this question, it's perhaps better to tell you about
the civilisation responsible.

It has always been assumed that the Sumerians were the first
civilisation on Earth. However, since the dig at Mount Horeb by Petrie,
it appears they were not. Found at the site were thousands of what
looked like earthenware rolling-pins with writings around their
circumferences. The writing was like no other known to man, and has
taken many years to decipher.

The stories they tell are chilling but also exciting. The one thing
about finding pottery scrolls is that you have the master dye, unlike
books, which could be changed over the years. All that was needed was
for them to roll the scroll onto wet clay then decipher what they saw.

The civilisation called itself the Anunnaki. They were as civilised as
we are. They had schools, lawyers, books and fashion shows. The scrolls
told the story of a whole civilisation, and its way of life. The
civilisation spoke of making Cro­Magnon man from Neanderthal man. They
were not happy with the results, and their leaders argued they should
destroy them, which they did by way of a great flood, saving only a
few. Those who survived were bred with the Anunnaki women to make Homo
Sapiens, or thinking man.

God said, 'let us make man in our image, in our likeness'. Notice a plural is
used for God. In the Old Testament Genesis account it states, 'male and
female created he them and he called their name Adam'. Older writings
use the more complete name Adama which means 'Earthling'. The first of these beings were called Adam and Eve, then known as Ataba and Khawa.
It may well be that they were bred by the Anunnaki to be the Earthly
Rulers, that they were the beginning of the blood royal, the Holy
Grail. Who were these people! If this is correct, no wonder they've
never found the missing link.

At this point I suddenly had a thought. Why do human beings have to
shield their eyes with their hand to see on a sunny day! No other
animal has to squint so why do we! You don't see a horse or a cow
squinting do you! A bird which flies high up in the sky where the Sun
shines the' brightest doesn't even use its eyelids until it goes to
sleep. A polar bear doesn't suffer with snow blindness caused by the
reflection of the Sun that shines even brighter with the glare. When a
deer or rabbit gets caught in your car headlights, they do not even
blink let alone squint. Why!

Because they have adapted to living on Earth. Cro-Magnon man had a
large forehead, which shielded his eyes; he would not have had to
squint either. Evolution doesn't go backwards does it?

If we were from Earth we would still have a large protruding forehead
to protect our eyes. Or our eyes themselves would have adapted by now.
We must have come from a planet that was a little further away from its
Sun. Are we the descendants of the Anunnaki! In the Old Testament we
can read stories of people living until they are 800 or 900 years old.
This has been put down to translating errors by those who collated the
Bible, with the Church merely saying, they meant to say 80 or 90 years
old.

According to the Anunnaki, to rule over their subjects, their leaders needed longevity.

Let's face it, if you get older you usually get wiser. Eight hundred
years' worth is a lot of wisdom. To ensure this was the case, the
Anunnaki fed their leaders bread and wine. Red wine as we know today,
is very good for you; a glass a day can unclog your veins and keep them
clear. The bread the Anunnaki fed their leaders was made from a white
powder made from the burning of the gold. Eating the bread made from
the powdered gold, according to the Anunnaki, made their leaders more
intelligent and made them live much longer.

Now the Catholic Church must have known about this, because they still
give the bread and wine in their Holy Communion ceremonies. One thing
we can all be sure of today, is that there will be no gold powder in
their bread. We know that the last person to be fed this bread in a
ceremony was the second Pharaoh. Then it stopped. When Moses led the
Jews out of Egypt, the Bible would have you believe he went up Mount
Sinai and saw the burning bush and God gave him the Ten Commandments.
If that were the case, he marched his people about 50 miles out of
their way, and they would not have been pleased. It is more likely he
went up Mount Horeb, which is en route and the story then fits what
happened to him there.

The Ten Commandments were no problem for Moses. Having been brought up
by a Pharaoh he would have known the inaugural ceremony of the
Pharaohs, in which they had to repeat after the high priest: 'I have
not killed. I have not committed adultery.' And so on. All Moses did
was change the first words to Thou shalt, instead of, I Have, and it
was all over bar the carving. The ordinary Israelites would not have
been aware of the inaugural words so would not have been any the wiser.

The interesting part of this is the burning bush. When you arc gold for
70 seconds at Sun temperature, it has been found that a pencil standing
on its end right next to the flash, scorches but does not fall over.
What did Moses witness on top of Mount Horeb? Was it the burning of
gold, when he saw the blinding light and spoke to God through the
burning bush that didn't actually burn? Did Moses make a mistake and
think that the Anunnaki was God or did he know the Anunnaki as his
creators so naturally thought of them as his God?

On Moses' return to his people from the Mount, he sees them worshipping
a golden calf and, according to the Bible, becomes angry, burns the
golden calf to dust and makes them eat it. He then smashes the tablets
of stone, throws them in the Ark of the Covenant, and off they go. The
Bible makes it sound as though Moses was punishing the Israelites by
making them eat the calf.

It could be that he was actually turning them all into leaders. You
actually smelt gold – you don't burn it. But it sounds as if that is
exactly what he did. The only way of burning gold to a powder is in 70
seconds at the temperature of the Sun’s surface, and only then if the
gold is very thin. Otherwise you need to maintain that high temperature
for 300 seconds.

It is interesting to note that the Bible puts all the emphasis on the
Ten Commandments which, as we now know, were easy for Moses to create.
Could the Bible be taking our attention away from the importance of the
Ark of the Covenant and what it really held within? Remember it took at
least four people to lift and eight to carry the Ark of the Covenant.
They were told not to touch the sides, only the handles.

Did the Bible conveniently get the spelling wrong? Could it be the Arc
of the Covenant? As in electrical arc? Is it the arc that melts the
gold, with which they make the bread for higher intelligence? Is this
why it's been hidden from us for thousands of years? To get the kind of
temperature necessary to almost vaporise gold you would need a
capacitor, and that sounds very much what the Ark of the Covenant was.

It is a fact that our brains contain a white substance. Gold is the
best conductor of electricity. Our brains receive messages by
electronic impulses which travel through this white substance.
Scientists also know that something in your brain is super-conducting
but as yet they don't know what. If we were all very intelligent, there
wouldn't be any workers. We'd all be leaders.

The people responsible for putting a value on gold had to be somebody
who knew gold's ultimate potential or capabilities. To the Anunnaki it
was more than prized, they needed it for their way of life and probably
their very existence. They could not have been from this planet,
because they were too advanced for that time. So could it be they
arrived from somewhere to find that the inhabitants of planet Earth are
Neanderthal – not even intelligent enough to work for them.

Perhaps they then set about upgrading them to Homo Sapiens and, eventually, succeeded.

They would then have needed leaders to keep order, and perhaps they fed
these leaders with the white powdered gold. The Homo Sapiens would then
have been taught that gold is precious and that it needed to be mined.
When the Homo Sapiens had mined it, their leaders could hoard it in
vast quantities. Once the process was in motion, it would be able to
run by itself. Not, perhaps, forever, but for at least a few thousand
years or so. All that would be needed would be to give the Homo Sapiens
a helping hand occasionally, and you would have a mining community that
takes care of itself, doesn't need paying and doesn't even know who its
boss is.

If you are an Anunnaki, and you live for 800 years, you don't have to
wait many generations to collect your rewards. Like gathering the honey
from the bees, one day the bosses will be coming back to harvest the
gold, which is kept in nice convenient little heaps like at Fort Knox,
ready for collection. Think about it. If you asked anybody on this
planet why we prize such a common metal as gold, they could not tell
you. There is no reason; most gold just sits there collecting dust.

The Anunnaki's system would continue to operate unhindered. They gave
us a way of life that suited them, not necessarily us, but we knew no
different. If we are looking for answers to the thousands of questions
this raises, the answers have to lie with the Anunnaki themselves. Who
were they? Where did they come from? And, just as important, where did
they go?

They certainly existed, and we know this because of the scrolls and
their writings. Some of these are in the British Museum, along with
vials of the white powder made from the gold, although the latter is
not on public display. The remainder are in the Baghdad Museum which
the Americans bombed during the Gulf War. By accident? I think not. To
hide a secret as big as this, you have to be in complete control of the
evidence. Now they are.

According to their scrolls, the Anunnaki must have had a long-term
objective when they start talking about changing Neanderthal into
Cro-Magnon man, then into Homo Sapiens. This is powerful stuff; this is
no ordinary race of people we're talking about. We're talking about
manipulating DNA. The idea of anybody knowing about such things at that
time is difficult to comprehend. Then, when this race of people are
successful, seeding two Homo Sapiens who they name Adam and Eve,
through to Abraham, Moses and Jesus ­this is mind blowing.

It is a strong possibility that the Anunnaki will soon come back for
their gold. Can you imagine if the Anunnaki are doing this all round
the universe? Upgrading life forms so that they can gather gold for
them? Will there soon come a time when we realise that we needed the
gold for our own technical evolution, and it'll be too late to save any
of it?

The Europeans did the same thing to the native Americans, the native
Australians, the Africans, and many others. When will we be paying them
back for the gold we took? I think never. Nor will the Anunnaki be
paying us back. With so many UFO sightings since the war, the Anunnaki
could be here sooner rather than later.

The way all this information came to light really intrigued me. When I
first spoke to Laurence Gardner, a genealogist and author of Bloodline
Of The Holy Grail, I was amazed to learn that the book was a by-product
of his being commissioned by a European prince to trace his family
tree.

He began the laborious job of tracing the Prince's ancestors back
through the ages until he reached a point where he felt the need to
confront the prince with the question, 'Do you know where this is all
leading?' The prince asked, 'What do you mean?' Laurence replied, 'Do
you realise your family lineage goes back to Jesus?' to which the royal
replied, 'Oh yes I knew that, I just wanted to know how it got there.'
Laurence replied, 'Well, I'm sure not many people know this.' What the
Royal took for granted, we mere mortals knew nothing about. 

When Laurence had finished the work for the Royal he decided to
write the book. However he became so intrigued by his findings he could
not stop at that, and carried on investigating Jesus' bloodline, and
produced his second book, Genesis Of The Grail Kings, which led a trail
through from Jesus to Moses, Abraham and Adam and Eve.

An interesting point that this raises is that the Bible states that
Jesus' father Joseph was a carpenter. However, this is not what the
original text of the Bible states. What was actually said was that
Joseph was a Master of the Craft. Anyone who knows a little of modern
Freemasonry will know the term 'the craft' and it has nothing to do
with wood.

What the Bible was actually telling us (before the Church got hold of
it) was that Joseph was just one of a long line of highly trained
metallurgists. The only people that could be metallurgists at that time
were priests and royalty and you would need to be a metallurgist to be
able to convert gold into white powder.

To add more weight to Laurence's work (if that's possible) is the work
of the pioneering researcher David Hudson, an American dirt farmer. Now
according to David, the difference between dirt farmers and ordinary
farmers is that the dirt farmer has to make his own soil from
pulverising rock. In 1975 he was doing an analysis of natural products
in the area where he was farming. David explains:

'You have to understand that in agriculture, in the state of Arizona we
have a problem with sodium soil. This high-sodium soil, which looks
like chocolate ice cream on the ground, is just crunchy black. It
crunches when you walk on it. Water will not penetrate this soil. Water
will not leech the sodium out of the ground. It's called black alkali.'

David was aware that it was possible to leech the sodium from the soil
with sulphuric acid. Neighbouring his farm was a copper mine whose
waste product was sulphuric acid. He was able to obtain as much as he
needed as long as he moved it himself. He eventually administered
between 30-60 tons per acre over his land. This penetrated 3 or 4
inches into the ground. When he irrigated, the soil would froth and
foam due to the action of the sulphuric acid. What it did was to change
black alkali into white alkali, which was water-soluble.

Within two years he was able to grow crops. Evidently it is very
important to have enough calcium in the soil in the form of calcium
carbonate. Calcium carbonate will act as a buffer for the acid in the
soil. If you do not have enough calcium, the acidity in the soil goes
down. You get a pH of 4 to 4.5 and it ties up all the trace nutrients,
that being the case the cotton plant would come out of the ground and
suddenly stop growing. David said, 'It is important when you are
putting all these amendments to your soil that you understand what is
in your soil, how much iron there is, how much calcium and so on.'

In doing the analysis of these natural products David was coming across
a 'material consisting of no one knew quite what, It seemed more
abundant in one area so they decided to begin there. Using chemistry he
dissolved the material in a solution and it became blood red. Yet when
he precipitated this material out chemically by using a reductant of
powdered zinc, the material would come out as a black precipitant just
like it was supposed to if it were a 'noble' element. With a noble
element, if you chemically bring it out of acid, it won't re-dissolve
in the acid.

After he precipitated this material out of the black he took the
material and dried it. At the time David had no drying furnace so he
just took it outside in the warm Arizona sunshine which, he says, was
115 degrees at 5 per cent humidity, so it really dried fast. Then a
strange thing happened.

After the material dried, it exploded. But this was no normal
explosion. It just went poof! It was neither an explosion, nor an
implosion; all the material had gone in a flash as if 50,000 flash
bulbs had gone off all at one time. So David took a new pencil and
stood it on end next to the material as it was drying. When the
material detonated, it burned the pencil about 30 per cent but did not
knock the pencil over. Whatever this stuff was, David thought, it was
wild.

He discovered if he dried the material away from sunlight, it not
explode. He then took some of the powder that had dried away from the
sunlight, and using a crucible reductionvessel made of porcelain, he
mixed the powdered material with lead and flux, and heated it until the
lead melted. When you do this, the metals that are heavier than lead
stay in the lead and those that are lighter float out. This is a tried­
and-tested way of doing metals analysis.

This material settled to the bottom of the lead just as if it was gold
and silver. It seemed to be denser than lead and it was separated from
it. Yet when he took this material and put it on a bone ash cupel, the
lead soaked into the cupel and left a bead of gold and silver. He then
took this bead of gold and silver for analysis to all the commercial
laboratories and they said, 'Dave,       there is nothing there but
gold and silver'. The strange thing was, Dave could take the bead and
hit it with a hammer and shatter it, like glass. There is no known
alloy of gold and silver that is not soft. Gold and silver dissolve in
each other readily and form a solid solution.

Both are soft elements so any alloy made from them will be soft and
ductile. If you hit gold and/or silver with a hammer it will flatten
out like a pancake. David told them, 'Something's going on here that we
don't understand. Something unusual is happening,' David took the beads
of gold and silver back to his laboratory and separated them
chemically.

All he had left was a quantity of black stuff. He then took this back
to the commercial laboratories and they told him it was iron, silica
and aluminium. He told them it couldn't be iron, silica and aluminium.
Firstly you can't dissolve it in any acids or any bases once it is
totally dry. It doesn't dissolve in fuming sulphuric acid, it doesn't
dissolve in sulphuric nitric acid, and it doesn't dissolve in
hydrochloric nitric acid. Even gold dissolves in that, yet it won't
dissolve this black stuff.

David decided to hire a PhD at Cornell University who considered
himself an expert on precious elements. He paid the doctor to go to
Arizona to see the problem for himself. He told David he had a machine
back at Cornell that could analyse down to parts per billion. He said,
'If you let me take this material back to Cornell I'll tell you exactly
what you have, if it's anything above iron we will find it.'

When they arrived back and tested the material he told David, 'You have
iron, silica and aluminium.' David asked, 'Can we borrow a chemistry
laboratory?' The doctor told him there was one not being used and
together they spent the rest of the day there. They were able to remove
all of the silica, all of the iron and all of the aluminium. Yet they
still had 98 per cent of the sample that was pure nothing.

By now, more than a little frustrated, David said, 'I can hold this in
my hand, I can weigh it, I can perform chemistry with it. That has to
be something. It is not nothing.' The doctor told David if he would
give him US$350,000 dollars as a grant he would get graduate students
to look into it. David had already paid him US$22,000, because he said
he could analyse anything, and he hadn't. Neither had he offered to pay
David back. So David said, 'I don't know what you pay people around
here, but I pay minimum wages on the farm and get a whole lot more out
of US$350,000 than you can. So I'm going back to do the work myself.'

He went back to Phoenix totally disillusioned with academia. He was
neither impressed with the PhDs or the money they charged. He
discovered whilst at Cornell that they work students to generate
papers, but the papers say nothing. The government however pays them
for every paper they write, so they get their money based on the amount
of papers they turn out. They all say the same thing: they just reword
it and turn out another paper.

David was in no way about to give in, and began asking around the
Phoenix area where he found a man who was a spectroscopist who had
studied in West Germany at the Institute for Spectroscopy. He had also
been a technician for a Lab Test company in Los Angeles, which actually
built spectroscopic equipment.

He was also the man who blueprinted the machines, and designed them,
constructed them, then took them to the field and made them work. David
thought, here is a good man. This is not just a technician. Here is a
man who knows how the machine works. Around this time, David had
obtained a Soviet book entitled, The Analytical Chemistry of the
Platinum Group Elements by Ginzburg, et al. The Soviet Academy of
Science published it. David continues:

'In this book, according to the Soviets, you had to do a 300­-second
burn on these elements to read them. For those who have never performed
spectroscopy, it involves taking a carbon electrode that is cupped at
the top. You then put the powder on that electrode; you bring the other
electrode down above it, which creates an arc. In about 15 seconds, the
carbon at this high temperature burns away, the electrode's gone and
your sample's gone.

All normal laboratories in the USA and possibly right around the world
are doing this, then giving a full and final result after only a 15
second burn. 'According to the Soviet Academy of Sciences, the boiling
temperature of water is to the boiling temperature of iron just as the
boiling temperature of iron is to the boiling temperature of these
elements. As you know from driving a car, as long as there is water in
the motor of your car the temperature of the car engine will never get
hotter than the temperature of water.

If you just heated the water on the stove in a pan, you know that the
pan never gets hotter than the boiling temperature of water until the
water is gone. Once all the water is gone, the temperature skyrockets
very fast.

'As long as there is iron there, the temperature of the sample can
never get hotter than the boiling temperature of the iron, so you can
then heat this stuff. Now, it is hard to fathom how something with as
high a temperature as iron could be just like water to these elements,
but it is.

'So we had to design and build an excitation chamber where argon gas
could be put around this electrode so that no oxygen or air could get
into the carbon electrode and we could burn it not for 15 seconds but
for 300 seconds. According to the

Soviet Academy of Sciences, this is the length of time we had to burn the sample.

'We set up, we got the Pk blenders, we got the standards, we modified
the machine, we did all the analysis for results, we did all the
spectral lines on this three-and-a-half-metre instrument. It was a huge
machine. It took up the whole garage area. It was about 30 feet long
and about 8 or 9 feet high.

'Anyway, when we ran this material, during the first 15 seconds we got
iron, silica, and aluminium, little traces of calcium and sodium, maybe
a little titanium now and then, and then it went quiet and nothing
read. So, at the end of 15 seconds, we were getting nothing. Twenty
seconds, 25 seconds, 30 seconds, 35 seconds, 40 seconds – still
nothing. Forty-five seconds, 50 seconds, 55 seconds, 60 seconds, 65
seconds, but if you looked in through the coloured glass, sitting there
on the carbon electrode was this little ball of white material. There
was still something in there.

'At 70 seconds, exactly when the Soviet Academy of Sciences said it
would read, palladium began to read. And after the palladium, platinum
began to read. After the platinum, rhodium began to read. After
rhodium, ruthenium began to read. After the ruthenium, then iridium
began to read and after the iridium, osmium began to read.

'Now, if you're like me, I didn't know what these elements were. I had
heard of platinum, but what were these other elements? Well, there are
six platinum group elements in the periodic table, not just platinum.
They didn't find out about them at the same time, so they have been
added one at a time.

'They are all elements: ruthenium, rhodium and palladium are light
platinum. Well, we came to find out that rhodium was selling for about
US$3,000 per ounce. Gold sells for about US$400 an ounce. Iridium sells
for about US$800 an ounce. Then you say to yourself "Gee, these are
important materials, aren't they?" They are important materials because
the best known deposits in the world are now being mined in South
Africa.

'In this deposit you have to go half a mile into the ground and mine an
18-inch seam of this stuff. When you bring it out, it contains
one-third of one ounce per ton of all the precious elements. We checked
our analysis, which we ran for two-and­-a-half years, over and over. We
checked every spectral line. We checked every potential on
interference; we checked every aspect. We wanted exact matches.

'When we were finished, the man was able to do quantitative analysis,
and he said "Dave, you have 6 to 8 ounce per ton of palladium, 12 to 13
ounces per ton of platinum, 150 ounces per ton of osmium, 250 ounces
per ton of ruthenium, 600 ounces per ton of iridium, and 800 ounces per
ton of rhodium, or a total of 2,400 ounces per ton, when the best-known
deposit in the world is one-third of one ounce per ton."

This work wasn't an indication that these elements were there. These
elements were there and they were there in beacoup amounts. They were
saying, "Hey stupid man, pay attention! We are trying to show you
something." lf they had been there in little amounts, I probably would
have been content with this. But they were there in such huge amounts,
I said, "Golly, how can they be there in these quantities and no one
knew it?"

'Now, you keep in mind, it wasn't one spectral analysis! It was
two-and-a-half years of spectral analysis, running this material every
day. And the man actually sent me away when they read because he could
not believe it either. He worked on it another two months before he
called me up and said, "Dave, you are right". That is how sceptical he
was about it. He couldn't apologise to me. He is a German researcher
with German pride, so he had his wife call and apologise to me.

'He was so impressed that he went back to Germany to the Institute of
Spectroscopy. He was actually written up in the spectroscopic journals
as having proven the existence of these elements in natural materials
in the south-western United States. They're not the kind of journals
that you and I would ever get to read, but I actually saw the journals
and he was written up.

They had no idea where this stuff was coming from, how we were
producing it, what concentrations we had gone through or anything. They
had analysed just this small amount of powder. The crazy thing about it
was that all we had done was to remove the silica and send the other
stuff in­

They were pretty unbelievable numbers. After we had come at this in
every way we knew, in order to disprove it, I decided all we had to do
was throw money at this problem, because money solves everything,
right? So, at 69 seconds, I stopped the burn. I let the machine cool
down and I took a pocket knife and dug that little bead out of the top
of the electrode. When you shut off the arc, it absorbs down into the
carbon and you have to dig down into the carbon to get the little bead
of metal.

'So I sent this little bead of metal over to Harwell Laboratories near
Oxford in England. They made a precious metal analysis of this bead. I
got a report back: "No precious elements detected." Now this was one
second before the palladium was supposed to start leaving. Yet,
according to neutron activation, which analysed the nucleus itself,
there were no precious elements detected. This made absolutely no sense
at all. There had to be an explanation here. Either this material had
been converted to another element or it was in a form that we didn't
understand yet. So I decided I had to get more information on it.

'I went to a PhD analytical chemist, John Sickafoose, a man trained in
separating and purifying individual elements out of unknown material.
He was trained at Iowa State University and had a PhD in metal
separation systems. He's the man that Motorola and Sperry used in the
State of Arizona to handle their waste water problems. He has worked
with all the rare earths, he has worked with all the man-made elements.

'He has physically separated everything on the periodic table with the
exception of four elements. Coincidentally, I went to him to have him
separate six elements; four of those were the elements he had never
worked on. He said "You know, Mr Hudson, I have heard this story
before. All my life ­and I'm a native Arizonan, too – I heard this
story about these precious elements.

I am very impressed with the way you have gone about this, with the
systematic way you have approached it. I cannot accept any money
because if I accept money from you I have to write you a written
report. All I have to sell is my reputation. All I have to sell is my
credibility. I'm a certified expert witness in the state of Arizona in
metallurgical separation systems."

'He said, "Dave, I will work for you for no charge until I can show you
where you are wrong. When I can tell you where you are wrong, I'll give
you a written report. Then you will pay me US$60 an hour for the time I
spent." This would have come to about US$12,000 to US$15,000 dollars.
If this got rid of the curse, if this just got the thing answered once
and for all, it would be worth it. Do it, get on with it.

'Well, three years later, he said, "I can tell you it is not any of the
other elements on the periodic table. We are educated; we are taught to
do the chemical separation of the material and then send it for
instrumental confirmation. The example I use is rhodium because it has
a unique colour in the chloride solution. It is a cranberry colour,
almost like the colour of grape juice. There is no other element that
produces the same colour in chloride solution. When my rhodium was
separated from all the other elements, it produced that colour of
chloride.

The last procedure you do to separate the material out is to neutralise
the acid solution, and it precipitates out of solution as a red-brown
dioxide. It is heated under a controlled atmosphere to 800 degrees for
an hour, and that creates the anhydrous dioxide. Then you hydro-reduce
that under a controlled atmosphere to get the element, and then you
anneal away the excess hydrogen.

'So, we neutralised the acid solution and precipitated it out as a
red-brown dioxide, which is the colour it is supposed to precipitate
out at. Then we filtered that out. We heated it under oxygen for an
hour in a tube furnace, then we hydro-reduced it to this grey-white
powder, exactly the colour rhodium should be as an element. Then we
heated it up to 1,400 degrees under argon to anneal away the material,
and it turned snow-white. Now this wasn't expected. This just isn't
what is supposed to happen.

'What John did was, he said, 'Dave, I'm going to heat it to the
anhydrous dioxide. I'm going to cool it down. I'm going to take one
third of the sample and put it into a sealed vial.

 I'm going to put the rest of the sample back onto the tube furnace and
heat it up under oxygen, cool it back down, purge it with inert gas,
and heat it back up under hydrogen to reduce away the oxides.

"'The hydrogen reacts with the oxygen, forming water, and cleans the
metal. I'll cool that down to the grey-white powder. I'll cool down
that grey-white powder. I'll take half of that and put it into another
sealed vial. I'll take the rest of the powder and put it back into the
furnace. I'm going to oxidise it, hydro­-reduce it and anneal it to the
white powder. Then I will put it into a vial and send all three vials
to Pacific Spectrochem over in Los Angeles, one of the best
spectroscopic firms in the U.S."

'The first analysis came back: the red-brown dioxide was iron oxide.
The next material came back: silica and aluminium: no iron present.
Just putting hydrogen on the iron oxide had made the iron quit being
iron, and now it had become silica and aluminium.

'Now, this was a big sample. We'd just made the iron turn into silica
and aluminium. The snow-white annealed sample was analysed as calcium
and silica. Where had the aluminium gone? John said, "Dave, my life was
so simple before I met you. This makes absolutely no sense at all.”

'He said, "What you are working with is going to cause them to rewrite
physics books, rewrite chemistry books and come to a completely new
understanding." John gave me the bill: it was US$130,000, which I paid.
But he said, "Dave, I have separated it physically and I have checked
it chemically 50 different ways. You have 4 to 6 ounces per ton of
palladium, 12 to 14 ounces per ton of platinum, 150 ounces per ton of
osmium, 250 ounces per ton of ruthenium, 600 ounces per ton of iridium,
800 ounces per ton of rhodium."

'These were almost the exact same numbers that the spectroscopist had
told me were there. It was such an incredible number that John said,
"Dave, I've got to go to the natural place where this stuff comes from
and I've got to take my own samples."

'So he went up and actually walked the property and took his own
samples, put them in a bag, brought them back to the laboratory,
pulverised the entire sample and then started doing the analysis on
what is called the master blend sample. This represents the whole
geology, and he got the same numbers.

'We worked on this from 1983 until 1989, one PhD chemist, three master
chemists, and two technicians working full-time. Using the Soviet
Academy of Sciences' and the US Bureau of Standards' weights and
measures information as a starting point, we literally learned how to
do qualitative and quantitative separations of all these elements.

'We learned how to take commercial standards and make them disappear.
We learned how to buy rhodium trichloride, as the metal, from Johnson,
Matthey & Engelhardt and we learned how to break all these
metal-metal bonding until it was literally a red solution but no
rhodium was detectable. And it was nothing but pure rhodium from
Johnson, Matthey & Engelhardt.

'We learned how to do it with iridium, we learned how to do it with
gold, we learned how to do it with osmium, and we learned how to do it
with ruthenium. This is what we found when we actually purchased a
machine for high-pressure liquid chromatography.

'For your information, this person named John Sickafoose was the man
who actually wrote his PhD thesis at Iowa State University on how to
build this instrument back in 1963-64. After he graduated, some of the
graduate students there took that technology and developed it, and
eventually Dow Chemical came in and bought it.

'Dow went ahead and commercialised it, and now it is the most
sophisticated chemical separation instrument that the world has. It's
computer-controlled, all high-pressure, and you can do very precise
separations with it. Because this is the man who conceptualised and
designed it and told them what the limitations would eventually be on
it, he was the ideal man to take the technology and perfect it.

'So we were able to use their basic technology and develop a separation
system for the rhodium trichloride. We actually separated five
different species in the commercial rhodium trichloride. The word
"metal" is like the word "army". You can't have a one-man army. The
word metal refers to a conglomerate material.

'It has certain properties: electrical conductivity, heat conduction,
and all these other aspects. When you dissolve the metals in acid, you
get a solution that is clear without solids. You assume it's a free-ion
solution, but when you are dealing with noble elements they're still
not free ions. It's what is called "cluster chemistry".

'Since the 1950s there has been a whole area of research in colleges on
cluster chemistry and catalytic materials. But what happens is that the
metal-metal bonds are still retained by the material. So, if you buy
rhodium trichloride from Johnson, Matthey & Engelhardt, you are
actually getting Rh12Cl36 or Rh15Cl45. You really aren't getting RhCl3.
There is a difference between the metal-metal bonding material and the
free ions. What you are buying is cluster chemistry; you are not
getting free ions. When you put the material in for the instrumentation
to analyse, it is actually the metal-metal bonds of the cluster that
are analysed. The instrumentation is not really analysing the free
ions.

'I heard that General Electric was building fuel cells using rhodium
and iridium. So I made contacts with the fuel cell people back in
Massachusetts and travelled there to meet with them. They had three
attorneys meet with us, and the GE people were also there.

The attorneys were there to protect the GE people because a lot of
people say they have technologies and they meet with them; then after
the meeting they sue them, claiming that GE stole their technology.
Then to defend themselves, GE has to divulge what their technology
really is. So CE is very sceptical when you say that you have something
new. They bring their high-faluting attorneys to really screen you.

'After about an hour they said, "These guys are for real. You attorneys
can leave." That was because they had also had the explosions. They
knew that when they buy the commercial rhodium trichloride it analyses
very well. But to make it ready to go into their fuel cells they have
to do salt effusions on it, where they melt the salt and put the metal
in with it to disperse it further. They know that when they do that,
the metal doesn't analyse as well any more. So when we told them we had
material' that didn't analyse at all, they couldn't conceive how this
was possible. They had never seen it, but they said, "We are
interested".

'Now the GE are the people who build analytical instrumentation! They
said, "Dave, why don't you just make a bunch of rhodium for us and send
it to us and we'll mount it in our fuel-cell technology. We'll see if
it works in places where only rhodium works. What is the mechanism of
conversion of monatomic rhodium to metallic rhodium in these fuel
cells? No other metal has ever been found which will perform the
catalysis in the hydrogen-evolving technology of the fuel cell, other
than rhodium and platinum. And rhodium is unique compared to platinum
because rhodium does not poison with carbon monoxide and platinum does.

'They said, "Dave, we'll just run it to see if it's a hydrogen
­evolving catalyst and, if it is, then we will see if it is carbon
monoxide-stable and, if it is, then it's rhodium or it's a rhodium
alternative."

'So we worked for about six months and refined that amount of material
and we re-refined it and re-refined it. We wanted to be absolutely sure
that this was really clean stuff. We didn't want any problems with
this. We sent it back to Tony LaConti at GE. GE, who by that time had
sold their fuel-cell technology. All the GE fuel-cell people had gone
to work for United Technologies, and, since United Technologies already
had their in-house people, the GE people were not integrated into the
existing teams. So all the GE people were junior people; they weren't
senior any more. After a certain period of months they all quit and
left United Technologies.

'Well, Jose Giner, who was the head of fuel-cells at United
Technologies, also quit and went to set up his own firm, called Giner
Incorporated, in Waltham, Massachusetts. Tony and all the GE people
went with him. By the time our material got there, they'd set up their
own company in Waltham, so we contracted with them to build the fuel
cells for us.

'When our material was sent to them, the rhodium, as received, was
analysed as not having any rhodium in it. Yet when they mounted it on
carbon in their fuel-cell technology and ran the fuel cell for several
weeks, it worked and did what only rhodium would do, and it was carbon
monoxide-stable. After three weeks, they shut down the fuel cells, took
out the electrodes and sent them back to the same place that said there
was no rhodium in the original sample.

'Now there was over 8 per cent rhodium in the original sample. What
happened was it had begun to nucleate on the carbon! It actually had
begun to grow metal-metal bonds! So now there was metallic rhodium
showing on the carbon, where before there was no rhodium.

'These GE people said, "Dave if you are the first one to discover this,
if you are the first one to explain how to make it in this form, if you
are the first one to tell the world that it exists, then you can get a
patent on this." I said, "I'm not interested in patenting this." Then
they told me that if someone else discovered it and patented it, even
though I was using it every day, they could stop me from doing it. I
said, "Well, maybe I should patent it."

'So in March 1988, we filed US and worldwide patents on Orbital
Rearranged Monatomic Elements. Now that is a mouthful, so, to make it
short, we called it ORMEs. You have ORMEs gold, ORMEs palladium, ORMEs
iridium, ORMEs ruthenium, ORMEs osmium. While we were doing this patent
procedure, the Patent Office said, "Dave, we need more precise data, we
need more exact data, we need more information about this conversion to
this white powder state."

'One of the problems we had was that when you make this white powder
and you bring it out into the atmosphere, it really starts gaining
weight. I'm not talking about a little bit of weight, I'm talking about
20 to 30 per cent. Now that normally would be called absorption of
atmospheric gases: the air is reacting with it and causing weight gain,
but not 20 to 30 per cent.

'Nonetheless, we had to answer the Patent Office. We had to come up
with exact data for the Patent Office. So what we did was use this
machine for thermogravimetric analysis. This is a machine that has
total atmospheric control of the sample. You can oxidise it,
hydro-reduce it, and anneal it, while continually weighing the sample
under a controlled atmosphere. Everything is all sealed. We were
getting short of funding and couldn't afford to buy one, so we leased
one from the Bay Area from Varian Corporation. They sent it in to us
and we set it up on computer controls.

'We heated the material at 1.2 degrees per minute and cooled it at 2
degrees per minute. What we found was that when you oxidise the
material, it weighs 102 per cent; when you hydro-reduce it, it weighs
103 per cent. So far, so good. No problem. But, when it turns snow
white, it weighs 56 per cent! Now that's impossible!

When you anneal it and it turns white, it only weighs 56 per cent of
the beginning weight! If you put that on a silica test boat and you
weigh it, it weighs 56 per cent! If you heat it to the point that it
fuses into the glass, it turns black and all the weight returns. So the
material hadn't volatilised away. It was still there. It just couldn't
be weighed any more.

'That's when everybody said, "This just isn't right; it can't be!" Do
you know that we heated it, and cooled it, and heated it and cooled it,
and heated it and cooled it under helium or argon? When we tooled it,
it would weigh 300 to 400 per cent of its beginning weight; when we
heated it, it would actually weigh less than nothing? If it wasn't in
the pan, the pan would weigh more than the pan weighs when this stuff
is in it! Keep in mind, these are highly trained people running this
instrumentation, and they would come in and say, "Take a look at this.
This makes no sense at all"

'Now, this machine is so precisely designed and controlled that they
have a magnetic material they can put into this that is non-magnetic
when it goes into the machine but at 300 degrees it becomes magnetic.
It is in fact a strong magnet. Then, after you get up to 900 degrees,
it loses its magnetism. You can actually see if the interaction of the
magnetism with the magnetic field of the heating element causes any
change in weight.

'The heating element is bifilar-wound. This means that it goes round
and round the sample; then you reverse it and wind it right back up so
all the current runs against itself all the time. So when a wire flows
electricity there is a magnetic field that forms around it, but when
you run the wire right next to it, going in the other direction, it
forms a magnetic field in the other direction. The idea is that the two
fields will cancel. This is the kind of wiring that is used in
television to cancel all the magnetic fields. The designers of this
machine wanted to eliminate the magnetic field aspect here.

'When we put the magnetic material in the sample and ran it in the
machine, there was no response at all. There was no change in weight
when the material became magnetic or lost its magnetism. Yet when our
material was put in there and it turned white, it went to 56 per cent
of its beginning weight. If you shut off the machine and let it cool,
it was exactly 56 per cent. If you heated it, it would go less than
nothing, and if you cooled it, it would go 300 to 400 per cent, but it
always went back to a steady 56 per cent.

'We contacted Varian in the Bay Area and said, "Look, this just doesn't
make any sense. There's something wrong with this machine; something
isn't right. Every time we use the machine it works fine unless we make
the pure monatomic material, and when we do, it turns snow-white and
doesn't work correctly any more." Varian looked over our results and
said, "You know, Mr Hudson, if you were working with the cooling of the
material we would say it is super-conducting. But inasmuch as you are
heating the material, we don't know what you've got."

'I decided, well, I have had to learn chemistry and I've had to learn
physics, and now I've got to learn the physics of super-conductors. So
I bought and borrowed a bunch of graduate books on super-conductivity
and I began to read about super-conductors.'

'Evidently there are several phenomena which occur. We hooked a
voltmeter (used for checking circuitry) up to the white powder
expecting the needle to leap across the voltmeter because this was
supposed to be perfect conductivity, but nothing happened. Instead of
this being a perfect conductor of electricity it's a perfect insulator.

'So we went back to the book for more information, and discovered that
super-conductivity by definition will not allow any voltage potential
to exist inside the sample. Now to get the electricity off the wire and
into the sample takes a voltage potential, likewise to get electricity
out of the sample and on to the wire needs a voltage potential.

'Yet by definition a super-conductor does not allow any voltage
potential to exist in the sample. So we thought, what good is this? But
what you learn is that you must resonance frequency tune the vibration
frequency of the electron wave, until the vibrational frequency of the
electron wave is perfectly matched with the vibrational frequency wave
of the super-conductor.

'Then the electrons will go on with no push at all because they are
seeking the path of least resistance and that is in the
super-conductor. When you do get them matched up, a strange thing
happens when they go onto the super-conductor; the electrons pair up.
They don't go on as individual electrons they go on in pairs! They go
on as light.

'Now a curious thing happens, an electron has mass and it exists in
space-time, you cannot have two electrons in the same space-time, it
won't happen. They exist in different places and locations, but when
they pair up and become light you can put billions of them in the same
space-time.

'So now what happens with a super-conductor, as long as the frequency
electron wave matches the frequency of the super­-conductor, is that
they keep going onto the super-conductor, more and more and more and
more, you don't have to take them off, because they are going on as
light. And the only way you know they are in there is by checking the
size of the Meissner that forms around the super-conductor.

'So what is a Meissner? Well, when electricity flows through a wire it
produces a magnetic field around the wire, but with a super-conductor
it produces what they call a Meissner. The cool thing about this is
that it does not produce a north and south pole. It's a null field. A
super-conductor has no resistance, so you could keep putting energy
into it, to the point where it has so much Meissner around it that it
becomes larger and larger, because of all the electrons and amperage.

'It will then begin to float on the Earth's magnetic field. It will
cause the Earth's magnetic field to travel around it; it will not enter
into the sample. It will become stuck in the magnetic field it is
sitting in. To a point, you can put, as much energy in a
super-conductor as you like, before it becomes HCL, which is a critical
mass where as it becomes so huge it collapses and becomes normal. You
don't want to be around when this happens.

'To get the energy out of a super-conductor you put the wire up to it
and resonance frequency tune the vibration frequency of the wire to
match the super-conductor and apply a voltage potential and it comes
out. The neat thing is you can make a super-conductor that say runs
from Tampa to San Francisco and you can resonance frequency tune the
energy, put it in the super-conductor here, and it will get a free ride
all the way to San Francisco. All these atoms in perfect resonance
harmony producing a quantral wave, and the energy gets on this wave'
system and has a free ride all the way to San Francisco.'

At this point, while David goes on to talk about the possibility of
floating trains, which they already have in Japan but which work by
using opposing magnetic fields, I was imagining a huge egg-shaped craft
with Dave's super­conductive powder sandwiched in-between an outer skin
with people inside ready to go to Australia at the speed of light.
Because if Earth's gravitational field has no effect on the occupants
because of the Meissner, speed would not be a problem. Perhaps even to
the Moon and beyond. Travel would become so quick and easy.

 David continued:

'In March 1988 we filed worldwide patents and US on Orbital Rearranged
Monatomic Elements, ORMES. Each element had individual patents. You can
imagine the patent office when we tried to patent gold, oh great, who
are these guys? Then I filed another set of patents on the
super-conductive state. Which is a resonance couple system of quantum
oscillators, so there had to be a many atom state of ORMES so we had to
can it S- ORMES. The super-conducting state.

'You can have a patent on the atom but you also have to have a patent
on the systems of atoms. It's like a man being an army, a man can't be
an army, a one-man army isn't real, an army is many men. Well a
super-conductor is many atoms, you can't have one atom being a
super-conductor. So we had to have a patent on ORMES and a patent on
S-ORMES.

   'Well I didn't know that the law said that any patent involving
super-conductivity has to have the approval of the Department of
Defence, because of the strategic interest of the government. I didn't
know this, so I just went ahead and filed the patent. Well, the
Department of Defence didn't get involved. I only used the word
super-conductivity once in the closing paragraph on the summary page of
my patent application.

'I said it has horns, it has four hooves, it moos, it gives milk, it
has baby calves, but I didn't use the word cow. I talked about the
Meissner, its reaction with gravity (the levitation), but I didn't use
the word super-conductivity except one time in the closing paragraph.
So they never realised it was a super­conducting patent.

'By law you have one year's grace, from when you file a US patent, to
file a worldwide patent. So I waited until about three weeks before the
end of the year, and contacted the patent office and told them I'm
going to file a worldwide patent. Evidently, someone at the patent
office re-read my patent application again and said, "Oh gosh it's
about super-conductivity."

'Off to the Department of Defence it went, back it came and it said,
"He cannot file worldwide". Then I went back to them and said, "Wait,
by law I have a six month appeal period, I've only got three weeks. So
they over-rode the Department of Defence, and let me file worldwide.

'Now needless to say by now my name was mud at the Department of
Defence. Next, I get a phone call from this guy out of the blue, who
wants to invest in my technology. I said, "How did you hear about
this?' he said, “Well, everybody's talking about it"

'Anyhow, he's telling me about things that nobody should know, he's
quoting specific references out of my patent, and nobody is supposed to
have seen this, except the patent office and the military review board.
So I had a private investigator check him out; I said "Find out who he
is and where he comes from."

'We found out he flies out of Langley air force base, he gets his money
from a Swiss bank account that the military keeps stocked with money
and his job is to provide money to companies whose technologies they
need for Star Wars. When they took this legislation to the legislator
here in the United States, they turned it down. They didn't allow
funding money for Star Wars.

     'So what the military does is put money in Swiss bank accounts
that nobody knows about, and this investor goes around looking for
companies that need support and when he finds them he funnels money
into those companies.'

He said to Dave, 'I've got to have this stuff, because the only way
you're going to get absolute confirmation that no one will question, is
to have it show that it reflects neutrons.' He went on to say, 'I can
get you on line for this in a couple of weeks, whereas it will take you
three years.' Dave said, 'Then I’ll wait three years.'

He said, 'Dave, have you ever taken this to a university and had
university funding or government funding or grants of any kind?' Dave
said, 'no'. There was just no way they could get involved with him
legally. Dave said, 'he came back to me a couple of times and then gave
up'. There was no way he could make Dave do anything. He could see he
was totally private and there was nothing he could do.

   When you understand that this produces gamma radiation, the last thing you need is the military having this information.

However, before they let Dave go to patent pending in the US, the
military had to approve it. They told him, 'You must get this confirmed
by a totally independent laboratory, someone who has no affiliation
with you, someone with credentials.' So he told them how about Argon
National Laboratories. Were they good enough?

'Yes they're a government laboratory,' they said. 'OK, so we'll have it
done by them,' Dave said. So they said, 'Here's what we want you to do,
we want you to buy pure yellow gold, 999.99 per cent pure gold, and
convert it into white powder, and if you can do that, we'll let your
material patent application go to patent pending.'

So Dave went to the Argon National Laboratories and met with Roger
Popel, Head of Ceramics and Super-conductivity. When Dave told him his
whole story, he said, 'we have physicists here at the national labs
that have theorised that the very elements you are telling us should,
do this. We know this already. We just don't have anybody who can make
them into that state. We're making them one atom at a time in the
nuclear facility and know they exist in this state, but making them one
at a time it's going to take years and years to produce enough to
evaluate it as a super-conductor.'

So he was very excited about it. He wrote it all up and submitted to
the Argon National Laboratories, and their attorneys turned it down.
Because, they said, 'It involves chemistry and it can be done without
the government lab's involvement. You can go to a private lab to get
this done, and our very purpose for existence was to do things that you
couldn't get done at a private lab.'

Dave said, 'Roger, the problem is if you don't make the white powder,
how do you know it's gold, because you have no machine that will
confirm it's gold?' What I have to have is, 'You take gold and change
it into white powder so you know it came from gold.' He said 'I see
your point Dave, it is a problem isn't it?' He said, 'I'll tell you
what, there are two guys who used to work here, I know them personally,
I socialise with them, I go places at the weekend with them, I know
them real well. I’ll write to them, and tell them I want them to make
this white powder for you. I know them well enough that, if they say it
came from gold, I will accept it as coming from gold.'

So he sent Dave to Mike McNallon and Steve Daniluck over there at High
Tech. They told Dave they would do the work for $20,000. They bought
the yellow gold, and using his procedure made the white powder. And
they acknowledged they didn't know where this stuff came from, because
it doesn't analyse to be gold, it doesn't have the properties of gold,
but it came out of gold.

So David provided the affidavit to the patent office, all signed sealed
and notarised. Now it goes to the Department of Defence and they say,
That's not enough, now we want to know how you take the white powder
and change it back to the yellow metal, gold'. Dave said, 'You must
understand this is a materials patent not a procedural patent for the
white powder, I was patenting the white powder. I showed them how to
make the white powder from a known material, I made an apple into apple
sauce, now they wanted me to make the apple sauce into an apple.'

David told them, I can do it, but I don't think I want to tell you how
to do it.' What it boiled down to was they wanted as much information
as possible from him before they gave him the patent. If they got that
piece of the puzzle they would know exactly how this phenomenon works.
They would get this stuff and put it into lasers and learn how to
energise those with OCR and help produce gamma radiation. And that's a
weapon you don't want Gadaffi having, or Hussein, or the military. It
will go through brick walls and lead; it will kill everybody in the
building but not harm the building. It is a very dangerous material,
and no one should mess with it.

So in 1993 David Hudson quit pursuing the patent. The attorney said,
'They never can grant a patent to anyone else that will ever apply for
yours, because you applied for it and got turned down.' David said that
was all he wanted anyway. So after the expenditure of $540,000 he
stopped pursuing the patents. So anyone who is searching for his
patents and not finding them that's the reason why, all you'll find is
'patent applied for'. David was financially strapped by then, as it was
costing a hell of a lot to maintain the patents. He coupled this with
the assurance that they could never issue another patent to anyone on
his patent, and said, 'Drop it, don't let us pursue it anymore.'

In 1994 his uncle came to him with a book and said, 'This book talks
about white powdered gold.' Dave said, 'Oh really I got a white
powdered gold and nobody will allow me a patent on it.' His uncle said,
'Dave it's a book on alchemy,' Dave said, 'I'm really not interested in
alchemy. I'm a dirt farmer trying to get credibility in physics and
chemistry and you bring me a book on alchemy. I'm really not interested
in alchemy. Alchemy is when the Church were involved, this is the
occult, I'm not interested in that stuff.'

His uncle said, But Dave, it talks about a white powder gold, it even
talks about gold glass.' Dave said, 'And they are right, it does look
like gold glass, it looks clear, it just looks white to the naked eye.
But if you heat it in a vacuum at 1,160 degrees it will fuse to a pure
glass, it's very brittle, but it will grind back down to the white
powder. But it is glass.' Dave was amazed to learn that it talked about
this in the alchemy text. It also talked about it being the main
container of the essence of life.

'Well, we once said that when we have the analytical method this stuff
could be anywhere,' Dave continued. 'Like a stealth atom it could be in
anything and no one would know it. So one of the first things we did
was to go to Safeways and buy some cow and pigs brains and take them to
the laboratories and put them in fuming sulphuric acid and carbonise
them, and then oxidise away the carbon and do a metal sulphate analysis
on the residue.

'And we found that over 5 per cent of the dry matter weight in the
brain was made up of rhodium and iridium in the high­spin state, and
nobody knows it. Then we read this text that says it's the container of
the essences of life. I thought, gosh is this possible that this is the
same white powder that they are talking about? So I began to do medical
studies with it. Now I've done physics, chemistry, super-conductivity,
quantum mechanics, and now I'm into medicine.

'I went to a doctor and I told him the stories about it, and he began
to administer the white powder to a dog. This dog was a golden
retriever who had an abscess, valley fever and tick fever. No medicine
they had could cure this animal, nothing would work.

They injected 1 milligram, 1 cc in the tumour on his side, 1 cc
intravenously and after a week and a half everything has gone away, and
the dog's feeling great. One milligram! That's nothing. That's so small
you can barely see it. However, after a week it began to grow back. So
they began to inject the dog again, but this time they kept it going
for about two weeks and it never came back.'

Then, without telling Dave at the time, the doctor began to give it to
an HIV patient. The HIV patient was literally so weak he could not eat
or speak. He was on his deathbed being fed by IV every two days. The
doctor injected 2 milligrams of the powder into his IV After a week and
a half, he is getting dressed on his own, he's eating on his own, and
he's thrown away the IV lines, and they have to inject directly into
his arm. In a month and a half he's on a plane flying back home to
Indiana to attend a family wedding and shaking hands with everybody.
They don't even know he's HIV positive.

'You do not get spontaneous remission from HIV. With some cancers you
may from time to time, but not with HIV. The doctor was very impressed.
So impressed he went on to treat a man who had carposious sarcoma, they
are cancers that travel all over your body on the skin. This fellow had
30 lesions over his body. So he injected him with 2 milligram a day and
in a month and a half the lesions were totally gone. When the lesions
were dry you could literally just rub them away. You may get a slight
discolouration where they have been, but the lesions just go. That's
with just 2 milligrams a day.'

Dave puts special emphasis on the fact that they were using white
powder, made of rhodium and iridium and not gold. Because they
discovered that was already in the body, they thought that's what
they'd start with. 'Doctors have worked on patients with cancers, ALS,
MD, MS, pancreatic cancers, and liver cancers. They have done some
experimentation with brain cancers. And one of the things they find is,
when the dead tissue of the cancer actually begins to turn to healthy
tissue, the cancer appears to get larger, and that's the opening up of
the cancer. If you have brain turn ours there is a size limitation, you
don't necessarily want to use this material so you may want some other
way of treating it initially.'

This remarkable material is now being evaluated by the alternative
medicine division of the National Institute of Health in New York City
and many other places throughout the United States. And data is being
developed on the information discovered. So not only are we talking
about a new form of patent, we're talking about a room temperature
super­conductor that super-conducts up to 800 degrees. The implications
for many areas of science are immense.

Then to find out that it is a natural constituent of your body and that
it literally flows the light of life around your body. People have
actually confirmed that there is super­conductivity in your body. The
US Navy researchers have measured super-conductivity in your body. What
they don't know is what is super-conducting, because it's like some
stealth atom that they can't identify. And they're right, that's
exactly what it is. It's a higher form of matter that they're not aware
of.'

While most scientists today wouldn't know what David Hudson is talking
about, some must see its possibilities. Through David's work we now
have the ability to take the next step towards free energy. The problem
I now see is that scientists themselves will not like the idea that a
dirt farmer is able to tell them where they went wrong. And will not
want to lose face by having to study work that has gone on outside the
scientific fraternity. I hope in the near future to use David's
material to heal a friend who has MS. The outcome of this I will make
public knowledge so that others can try. I do not intend to let his
findings slip away into oblivion.

Through the stress of his work on reaching a conclusion with the white
powder, plus government trying to close a factory where he was just
starting to try and make the material, David suffered a heart attack
and has had a triple by-pass. His doctor and his family are advising
him to take things easy, so it is going to be difficult for him to
continue with his good work. Many people – myself included – have
offered to help, and hopefully when he is better he will accept. Surely
we can't get this close to the answer to all our dreams only to walk
away.

 


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