The Pineal Gland (Crown Chakra) can transmute lower vibrations to a higher frequency
Alchemy – A purifying process of transmuting energies and substances from a lower, denser form into a higher, lighter form.
“Visit the interior of the earth; through purification thou will find the hidden stone.” Interesting that the Philosophers Stone (White Powder of Gold/Iridium and Rhodium) is called the “hidden stone.
According to Gardner, rendering gold into its highward or high-spin state is a process that is partly physical, partly meta-physical, and involves getting the electrons in a gold atom to spin at a higher rate. All the platinum group of metals have the capacity to achieve a high spin state. Iridium in a high spin state is said to stimulate serotonin production in the pituitary gland/brow chakra. Gardner says that 95% of a human brain’s dry weight is carbon, and the rest is iridium and rhodium. He sites several other relevant attributes of the platinum group and their effects on DNA.
It is known that both iridium and rhodium have anti-ageing properties, while ruthenium and platinum compounds interact with the DNA and the cellular body. It is also known that gold and the platinum metals, in their monatomic high-spin state, can activate the endocrinal glandular system in a way that heightens awareness, perception and aptitude to extraordinary levels. In this regard, it is considered that the high-spin powder of gold has a distinct effect upon the pineal gland, increasing melatonin production. Likewise, the monatomic powder of iridium has a similar effect on the serotonin production of the pituitary gland, and would appear to reactivate the body’s “junk DNA” along with the under-used and unused parts of the brain.
THE MAGIC OF TRANSITIONAL METALS
Transitional metals are elements with uncertain and changeable electron charges, either positive or negative. All atoms have valences, or orbits, that carry their electrons. The atoms in typical metals are usually positive or negative: full or empty. Transitional metals are not really either—they are always half-full or half-empty Most atoms cluster in groups of at least two or more. A transitional atom, however, can be created within or remain within a stable, single atomic state called the monatomic state. Because of this, transitional metals are also referred to as monatomic metals.
Back in ancient Egypt, the best known and most widely used monatomic metals were gold and members of the platinum group. These include iridium, palladium, rhodium, osmium, and rutheni-um, as well as platinum. The current list of transition group elements occupies the middle thirty-eight elements of the periodic table. These elements are the focus of thousands of government and corporate studies, for they can produce seemingly miraculous results. A summary of a few of these studies reveals the following effects of certain transitional metals:
Iridium and rhodium have antiaging properties.
Ruthenium and platinum compounds interact with DNA.
Gold and platinum can activate the endocrinal system to heighten awareness and aptitude.
High-spin powdered gold affects the pineal gland, increasing melatonin production. This unique el-ement begins as yellow gold that transforms into a white powder when “spun,” or when the nucleus deforms, thus creating a high-spin state as the electrons shift in orbit and/or charge. Men-tion of this powder is first found in the Egyptian Book of the Dead and the Papyrus of Ant by Wallis Budge, which is the oldest book of the dead, found about 3500BC in a tomb. (See below for an explanation of a high-spin state.)
Monatomic powder of iridium affects the pituitary gland and activates the body’s “junk DNA,” along with unused parts of the brain. (Junk DNA is a name for the thirty aspects of DNA that have yet to be explained.) As for our brain, we currently employ only fifteen percent of its capacity.
These elements are also the basis of levitation, currently used in the production of the superfast maglev trains that seemingly skim over the earth.
How do these magical metals produce such superhuman results? In a monatomic state, atoms lose their chemical reactivity and their nuclei reconfigure. The nucleus almost divides in half, into one section that is filled and another section that is half-filled. The new nucleus is called superdeformed, but in reality, it is “superamazing.” It can now shift from a low-spin to a high-spin state.
In a low-spin state, the electrons fill the lower-energy orbitals around the nucleus before they begin occupying the higher-energy orbitals. Why is it called low-spin? It means that the lower orbitals are filled first. (You might call the low-spin state the lowest occupied state.) Guess what happens in a high-spin state? The higher-energy orbitals are filled first, rather than the lower-energy orbitals. If an atom has five orbitals, an electron is put into each before any pairing occurs, and we’ve now created a “high-spin complex.” Atoms in this state are lower in temperature and can remain in a monatomic (mono meaning “one”) state.
In this state, atoms can pass energy from one atom to the next with no net loss in energy. Remember our discussion of the zero point, which occurs when light is frozen? Even as far back as the 1960s, researchers saw that these metals, in a high-spin state or zero-point state, could pass energy from one high-spin atom to the next with no loss of energy! This process is termed superconductivity.
With superconductivity, energy—information that vibrates—can be passed from one superconductor to another, with no resistance and no contact.
Under the influence of a high-spin nucleus, the electrons, which begin to spin in the same direction, turn to pure white light. They literally turn into photons. In this state, the element cannot maintain its metallic state. It begins to fall apart and appears as white monatomic powder. In losing their metallic nature, these metals also produce a magnetic field, called the Meissner field, to which we’ve already attributed effects like levitation. In addition, superconductivity has another side effect: weightlessness.
The vibratory rate of the force-emanation of the Pineal is beyond the rate of vibrations that are capable of being registered by any mechanical instrument so far produced by science, and has been estimated to be in the billions of cycles per second.
The vesica piscis is that figure produced when two circles of equal size are drawn through each others’ centres. This figure, composed of interpenetrating equilateral triangles, symbolizes the fusion of opposing principles: male and female. To activate the ‘third eye’ and perceive higher dimensions, the pineal gland and the pituitary body must vibrate in unison.
Do we need to wait until death to disappear? More important—must we wait to access the knowledge that we would like to have appear? Not if we understand the role of the chakras.
NOW ADD THE CHAKRAS…
The ancients believed that the chakras held the key to in-body spiritualization and physical healing, and that metals played a vital part in this kind of transition. We know that our bodies already contain metals, and that certain metals can be toxic and life threatening to us. Small amounts—not to be determined at home!—may assist in the conversion to zero
Iridium is a very rare element on Earth, but geologists have discovered its existence in quantities up to thirty times the norm in crust layers where extraterrestrial meteorites containing the substance have landed in the distant past? Iridium is, therefore, not so uncommon outside our own planet. The Sumerians and ancient Egyptians clearly knew about the properties of gold and of how to alloy it with other noble metals. The Master Craftsmen were adepts too in the workings of iridium, which, just like gold, could be taken to the exotic ‘highward’ state of the them-an-na. This means that they not only knew and worked with these metals, but that they understood the science of atoms and nuclei—for the ‘highward’ state of the white powder is only achieved through knowledge of the high-spin metallurgical experience.
…..platinum metal ruthenium in relation to human DNA. It was pointed out that when single ruthenium atoms are placed at each end of double-helix DNA, it becomes 10,000 times more conductive. It becomes, in effect, a superconductor.”
Iridium has been shown to stimulate the pineal gland and appears to fire up “junk DNA,” leading to the possibility of increased longevity. These atoms actually make the DNA strand correct itself, rebuilding without drugs or radiation.
The pineal gland can be considered an organic superconducting resonator located within each of us. By understanding the secret properties of manna, another application should become apparent. First of all, this manna, or monoatomic atoms, are known to be superconductive. The brain has super conductive properties — it has the power to change matter when it changes energy. It teaches humanity how to use the tachyon energy field and prepares the brain to be a superconductor.
It is known that both iridium and rhodium have anti-ageing properties, while ruthenium and platinum compounds interact with the DNA and the cellular body. It is also known that gold and the platinum metals, in their monatomic high-spin state, can activate the endocrinal glandular system in a way that heightens awareness and aptitude to extraordinary levels. The highward shem-an-na is capable of defying gravitational attraction, and it would appear that it perhaps activates the body’s so-called ‘junk DNA’, along with the generally unused parts of the brain.
In the context of the foregoing, we have dealt with a particularly straightforward aspect of the Philosophers’ Stone, but in strict terms the enigmatic Stone has a much wider sphere of operation, being a product of the true application (called the Great Work) of alchemy. To the masters of this ‘once and future science the Philosophers’ Stone is known as the Great Tincture.
The prima materia was likewise not just any matter, but matter that had been enlivened enough so that it could retain the charge of memory required to effect transformation. When this prima materia, this enlivened matter, is programmed or charged by a communication from the philosopher’s stone, it becomes capable of producing a transmutation when activated. This transmutation, on one level, appears to be a geometric rearrangement of the elemental structure of the substance upon which it is acting. The geometrical arrangement that makes a substance lead is transmuted by a morphogenetic communication from the alchemist’s philosopher’s stone into the geometrical arrangement that makes it gold.
Alchemy, the art of transmutation, is based on an understanding of the unified field of matter, energy, and information involving an interlocking series of transformations that demonstrates the identity of these three components of the field. The key to these transformations is the ability to communicate—that is, exchange information—directly with matter. The mechanism of this communication is the phenomenon of photon emission and absorption. Light, particularly coherent light, can cause chemical reactions, and on the organic level it can cause profound effects, such as the process of photosynthesis, where the energy of light is used to build proteins and sugars. For the last twenty years, various molecular biologists have proposed and experimentally demonstrated that all living cells emit a very weak photon pulse generated by each cell’s DNA. This pulse is regular enough to be considered a form of coherent light, and some researchers have speculated that bio-photon activity is a form of language, a medium of communication.
Success in creating the “philosopher’s stone” guaranteed success in the whole process. But the “Stone of the Wise” was not the end result of the alchemical process; it was merely a tool, or instrument, required to achieve completion of the process. The prima materia was likewise not just any matter, but matter that had been enlivened enough so that it could retain the charge of memory required to effect transformation. When this prima materia, this enlivened matter, is programmed or charged by a communication from the philosopher’s stone, it becomes capable of producing a transmutation when activated. This transmutation, on one level, appears to be a geometric rearrangement of the elemental structure of the substance upon which it is acting. The geometrical arrangement that makes a substance lead is transmuted by a morphogenetic communication from the alchemist’s philosopher’s stone into the geometrical arrangement that makes it gold.
There is also the transformation of the alchemist as the body’s matter absorbs the energy/information of the transmutation. Absorbing the light given off by a transmutation may have a direct effect on the operator’s DNA through the long sequences of nongenetic coding it contains. This so called junk DNA, which constitutes the majority of our genetic code, is divided between introns and extrons. From the research done so far, it appears that the extrons are very good laser pulsers, giving off a weak burst of coherent light several times a second. Introns seem to be reading incoming light, even on the skin, and adjusting indirectly various internal processes, such as the circadian rhythms. Indeed, changes within the operator are necessary to produce both the prima materia and the “stone.”