David Hudson


This nine minute video is the man himself, giving the best short presentation there is on what our Sri Yantra is, our Egyptian Manna (manna, translated, basically means, "what, then, is it?" That is also a very good way to describe Sri Yantra.

We get a kick out of the fact that some "experts" in this arena believe David Hudson discovered monoatomic gold. He didn't. It's been made by alchemists in secret societies from ancient times right up to today, none of which are available to the public, but ours is. David Hudson's job was to make it public and give it a modern context, and we all owe him a big thank you for doing it. But his process isn't the process to the True Manna.

As an aside, I still have in my possession a vial of pure white powder gold made in David Hudson's lab. I keep it as an heirloom, like a museum piece.

He originated the term Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, ORMEs for short (from which the term "ormus" comes). The scientific research behind and explanations for what David Hudson discovered are complex. His patents cover ten transitional elements, including some of the more exotic such as ORME palladium, ORME iridium, ORME ruthenium and ORME osmium.

ORMEs elements have been found to be present in most living cells. One theory is that the ORMEs elements inside the body make up or determine some of the properties of the tubulin, or water, inside the cells of the body. The microtubules hold the water inside each cell. The microtubules also resonate connections between the body's cells. It is believed that when ORMEs elements are increased in the body, the connection between the cells is strengthened.

David Hudson knew from his research alone that these elements can be the light of life when used by the right person. When these disaggregated atoms are dried and in a macro state, they look like white powder. They resonate through the body, bringing it balance and harmony, and help the mind and body find an equilibrium through cellular communication.