Throughout the past century, and especially since the days of Albert Einstein, scientists have been searching for the Holy Grail of modern physics, which they classify as a "Unified Theory of Everything"
. This has led to some amazing discoveries and the emergence of a whole new language, which includes superstrings, quarks and superconductivity, along with an awareness of hitherto unknown planes of existence beyond our own familiar space-time.
In the field of quantum mechanics, scientists have recently confirmed that matter can indeed be in two places at once. It is now established that, through quantum entanglement, particles millions of light-years apart can be connected without physical contact. Space-time can now be manipulated, teleportation is becoming a reality, gravity-resistant material is heralded for air transport, and virtual science has led to a greater understanding of hyper-dimensional environments.
When discussing the attributes of monatomic gold
and the platinum group metals in Genesis of the Grail Kings, Laurence Gardiner remarked that it would not be long before the potential of these noble metals was announced for environment-friendly fuel cells. These, He suggested, would supersede fossil fuels for transportation and other practical purposes. At the same time, He touched on their future use in the medical arena, particularly in the field of cancer treatment. More especially, he looked at the gravity-defying attributes of these exotic white-powder
substances and at their abilities to superconduct and literally bend space-time.
The truly astonishing fact about the enigmatic white powder of high-spin gold and platinum group metals
is that it is not actually a new discovery. The ancient Mesopotamians called it shem-an-na and the Egyptians described it as mfkzt (vowels are omitted in the hieroglyph translation), while the Alexandrians venerated it as a gift from Paradise and later chemists such as Nicolas Flamel called it the Philosophers' Stone
At all stages of its history, the sacred "powder of projection" was reckoned to have extraordinary powers of levitation, transmutation and teleportation. It was said to produce brilliant light and deadly rays, while at the same time being a key to active physical longevity. In today's world, the Institute for Advanced Studies (Austin, Texas, USA) has described the substance as "exotic matter", and superconductivity (one of its primary characteristics) has been claimed by the Center for Advanced Study (University of Illinois, USA) as "the most remarkable physical property in the universe".
It is clear, however, from the documentary evidence of ancient times, that the attributes of superconductors and gravity defiance were known, even if not understood, in a distant world of priestly levitation, godly communication and the phenomenal power of the electrikus. In Greek mythology the quest for the secret of this substance was at the heart of the Golden Fleece legend, while in biblical terms it was the mystical realm of the Ark of the Covenant--the golden coffer which Moses brought out of Sinai and was later housed in the Temple of Jerusalem.
Irrespective of all this, the earliest historical record of mfkzt powder is probably the most telling of all. It appears in a very specific guise in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts--sacred writings which adorn the 5th-dynasty pyramid tomb of King Unas at Saqqara. Here is described the locality in which the King is said to live forever with the gods, and it is called the Field of Mfkzt
--an ethereal location associated with an otherworldly dimension called the Field of the Blessed.
Given that mysterious processes concerning gold have an alchemical ring about them, and since the monatomic powder of projection, although made from noble metals, is classified as a "stone", let us consider the writings of the 17th-century alchemist Eirenaeus Philalethes. This renowned British philosopher--revered by Isaac Newton, Robert Boyle, Elias Ashmole and others of his day--produced a work in 1667 entitled Secrets Revealed. In this treatise, he discussed the nature of the Philosophers' Stone
, which was commonly thought to transmute base metal into gold. Setting the record straight, Philalethes made the point that the Stone was itself made of gold, and that the Philosophers' art was in perfecting this process: Our Stone is nothing but gold digested to the highest degree of purity and subtle fixation ...Our gold, no longer vulgar, is the ultimate goal of Nature.
In another treatise entitled A Brief Guide to the Celestial Ruby, Philalethes pronounced: It is called a Stone by virtue of its fixed nature; it resists the action of fire as successfully as any stone. In species it is gold, more purer [sic] than the purest; it is fixed and incombustible like a stone, but its appearance is that of a very fine powder.
Some time earlier, in the 15th century, the French alchemist Nicolas Flamel wrote in his Last Testament, dated 22 November 1416, that when the noble metal was perfectly dried and digested it made a fine "powder of gold", which is the Philosophers' Stone. For more information and where to get Monatomic Gold see http://www.alchemicalelixirs.com