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A word about white powder gold...
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Last edited: Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Posted: Wednesday, November 19, 2008

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I have been getting many emails concerning the origins of white powder gold and whether or not the role this ancient and strange substance plays in The Angel Hunter is to be believed.

The answer is yes.

There are many theories about white powder gold. From ingesting it for higher consciousness to using it to build mighty weapons, the substance dates back thousands of years.

Now one of the most interesting theories is that in a high-energy state, white powder gold will produce a large amount of gravitons creating a dense enough gravity pocket to bend or tear the fabric of intra-dimensional boundaries. It this characteristic of white power gold that Victoria Hunter uses to gain access to the dimension of failing light, aka, The Valley of the Shadows, and begin her quest for the souls of her twin sons.

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Reviewed by John Martin 11/19/2008
I think I took some of that stuff back in 1965.