David Hudson was an inadvertent alchemist who became known for his work on the discovery of (ORMEs) ormus, a natural healing supplement that is considered to be the elixir of life and immortality.
He didn’t know that his attempts to comprehend the anomalous nature of the soils on his property would lead him on an fascinating, inadvertent academical journey
This article will tell you everything about him and ormus from beginning to end!
Arizona farmer David Hudson seems at first glance to be the least likely candidate to become an adept of alchemy, able to synthesize the Philosophers’ Stone (Ormus), for by his own admission, he came from “an ultra-conservative right wing background” steeped in the values of famous Arizona U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater. And, by his own admission, he was a very wealthy man, the materialist’s materialist: I was farming about 70 thousand acres in the Phoenix area in the Yuma Valley. I was a very large, materialistic person…
But when Hudson decided to try to make the sodium-rich soil of Arizona suitable for growing crops, it was a decision that would lead him on a quest. However, this journey would be anything but simple. The time he spent in Arizona brought about many changes – some good and others bad – which shaped his life into one that could be described as alchemical by any light. It all started with questions such as “What do I need?” or “How am I going to grow my own food?”. These were merely the first steps towards what Hudson now calls an experience of awakening and change.
Farmers in the state of Arizona are faced with a tremendous dilemma. The soil is rich in sodium content, and it looks like chocolate ice cream when up close. This makes it extremely difficult for farmers to grow anything on their fields because water won’t penetrate this type of soil and leech out any extra sodium that might be present. Even worse, the only way to get rid of some or all of these salts would require quite a bit more time-consuming effort than what most people would expect from farming efforts.”
AN EXPLOSIVE DISCOVERY
As a result of this condition, Hudson determined that the soil would have to be intensely prepared chemically in order to make it suitable for growing crops. Hudson purchased a very high concentration of sulfuric acid — 93%, compared to a 40–60% concentration in normal automobile battery acid — and shipped it into his farm “in truck and trailer loads,” and literally injected “thirty tons to the acre into the soil.” At this point Hudson observed that when soil was subjected to this type of extreme chemical treatment to prepare it for planting,
As a consequence of this situation, Hudson decided that the soil would need to be chemically intensively treated before it could be used to produce crops.
Hudson obtained a very high quantity of sulfuric acid — 93 percent, compared to 40–60 percent in regular vehicle battery acid — and delivered it onto his field “in truck and trailer loads,” injecting “thirty tonnes per acre” into the soil.
Hudson recognised at this time that when soil was treated to this sort of intense chemical treatment to prepare it for planting, it was critical to understand the chemical makeup of the soil. The enigma — and Hudson’s alchemical search — started in earnest while ascertaining this:
While analysing these natural goods, we came across materials that no one appeared to know what they were….
We took the material into chemistry and dissolved it to create a blood-red solution.
However, when we precipitated this stuff out chemically using a reductant of powdered zinc, it came out as a black precipitant, precisely as it should if it were a noble element.
If you chemically remove a noble element from an acid, it will not re-dissolve in the acid.
While he wasn’t aware of it at the time, Hudson had unintentionally uncovered two of the vital hues — red and black, or the “crow’s head” or “raven’s head” — that were thought to be crucial hints to the successful creation of the Philosophers’ Stone or the Great Elixir.
Hudson dried the undiscovered noble element precipitated from the unknown material in the 115-degree heat and low 5 percent humidity of the Arizona desert.
What occurred next took Hudson entirely by surprise: the substance detonated once it had dried. It erupted like no other explosion I’d ever seen, and I’ve dealt with a lot of explosive stuff.
There was neither an explosion nor an implosion. It looked as if someone had exploded 50,000 flash lights all at once….just poof.
The Pencil and Sunlight
Hudson was intrigued by this unusual outcome, so he got a fresh, unsharpened pencil and set it on end next to another drying sample.
The substance “detonated” once again, but the pencil was not knocked over. “So this was neither an explosion nor an implosion.” It seemed like a great burst of light.”
Hudson confessed he was “baffled” by the phenomena. He also found that if he dried the material away from the sun, it would not explode. It would only “detonate” when dried in the sun.
Following numerous such bizarre “explosions,” Hudson decided to attempt to figure out what the weird substance was comprised of.
He chose the “crucible reduction” technique, in which the examined substance is combined with lead in a heating element.
When heated enough, the lead melts, and heavier metals sink to the bottom of the molten combination, while lighter metals float to the top and may be drained out.
This usually results in a little “bead” of gold and silver at the bottom of the crucible.
After completing this procedure, Hudson sent his bead reduction for examination to “all the commercial labs” and was notified that it contained nothing but gold and silver.
There was, however, one “little” issue:…I could place that bead on a table and strike it with a hammer, and it broke like glass.
There is no known gold-silver alloy that is not soft….So any alloy of gold and silver will be soft and ductile if that’s all there is. You may flatten it and use it to create a pancake. Nonetheless, this substance cracked like glass. I said that something is going on here that we don’t comprehend. Something strange is going on.
Not only that, but the engineers at the analytical labs looked to be as perplexed as Hudson. “No one was able to tell me what it was.”
The Cornell University Episode
Having hit a dead end, Hudson decided he would “have to throw some money” at the issue to fix it.
The scientist told him that Cornell had a machine that could examine the substance to “parts per billion.”
Sadly, the sophisticated machine informed Hudson the same thing the commercial labs had: the mysterious substance was iron, silica, and aluminium.
They dug out the iron, silica, and aluminium from the unusual black bead. Hudson claims that after this, 98% of the sample remained.
.And that sample, as Hudson put it, “was pure nothing. I said, ‘Look, I can hold this in my hand; I can weigh it; I can perform chemistries with it.’ I said ‘That is something. I know that is something. It is not nothing.”
However, the unusual black material’s emission spectra did not correspond with any of the chemical components entered into the machine!
Hudson returned from Cornell, disillusioned with American education but eager to discover the substance’s composition.
At this moment, more players arrived…
Spectroscopic Analysis Using Russian Recommendations
Returning to Arizona, Hudson sought for a spectroscopic specialist in the Phoenix region, finally finding a guy trained in West Germany who also developed and constructed spectroscopic analytical equipment.
Hudson presented him with The Analytical Chemistry of the Platinum Group Elements, published by the Soviet Academy of Sciences.
“In this book, you had to execute a 300 second burn on these elements,” Hudson said.
This complicated conventional spectroscopic equipment.
Hudson stated the issue as follows:
For those of you who have never done spectroscopy, a carbon electrode with a cupped top is used.
Then you place the powder on the other electrode and make an arc.
The high temperature carbon burns away in approximately 15 seconds, destroying the electrode and your sample.
So all the labs in the nation are performing 15 second burns and reporting back.
According to the Soviet Academy of Sciences, the boiling point of water is the same as the boiling point of iron.
So we had to create an excitation chamber with argon gas around the electrode so no oxygen or air got into it and we could burn it for 300 seconds instead of 15 seconds.
The Soviet Academy of Sciences says we must burn the sample for this long.
Hudson and his new scientific adviser completed the burn after building the necessary apparatus. What occurred next is best described by Hudson:
In the first fifteen seconds we obtained iron, silica, aluminium and trace amounts of calcium, sodium and titanium. Then it became silent and nothing read.
So you receive nothing after 15 seconds.
No results after 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 seconds.
There is a little ball of white substance resting on the carbon electrode for every 45 seconds.
Hudson’s black substance has now become white, like in the alchemical succession of colours.
The Platinum Group Metals
Palladium started reading precisely 70 seconds after the Soviet Academy of Science stated it would.
After the palladium platinum reads. And then rhodium and ruthenium reads. After ruthenium, iridium reads, followed by osmium.
But Hudson soon discovered something much more astounding regarding his platinum group metals sample:
We discovered that rhodium was going for almost $3,000 per ounce….
Iridium sells for about $800 an ounce, whereas ruthenium sells for $150.
Then you think, these are significant results.
In fact, the world’s most famous deposit is presently being mined in South Africa.
It takes a half mile to mine an 18 inch seam of this material in this deposit.
It has a third of an ounce per tonne of all valuable elements.
For nearly two years, we evaluated every spectral line, every possibility for interference, every component of this….
We finished and the guy stated, “Dave, you have 6-8 ounces of palladium, 12-13 ounces of platinum, 135 ounces of osmium, 245 ounces of ruthenium, 600 ounces of iridium, and 800 ounces of rhodium per tonne.”
Or 2400 ounces per tonne while the world’s best known deposit is a third of an ounce per tonne.
As you can see, this investigation did not indicate the presence of these components; they were present in boucoups.
“He went back to Germany to the Institute of Spectroscopy,” Hudson’s German-trained aide said.
He was credited in spectroscopic publications for proving the presence of these elements in natural materials in the Southwest.”
Hudson’s property sat on one of the world’s largest platinum group metal resources, if not the richest! Additionally, the concentrations were very high.
So I sent this little metal bead to Harlow Laboratories in London.
This bead was subjected to a precious metals examination.
I get the report “no valuable element discovered.”
It was now one second before the palladium was meant to leave.
However, no valuable elements were discovered using neutron activation, which investigates the nucleus itself.
In other words, Hudson’s unique spectroscopic analyser yielded unusually high amounts of platinum group metals, but an English neutron activation analyser yielded nothing!
Hudson made an intriguing conclusion from this extremely contradicting collection of data: “Either this stuff got transformed to another element, or it’s in a form that we don’t yet understand.”
As we will see, this was the key to unlocking the enigma not just of his odd substance, but maybe of other strangely behaved matter, including that of the ancient and mediaeval alchemists!
But Hudson’s odyysey of anomalies wasn’t finished. Hudson’s last effort to identify the odd substance via another metallurgist failed.
After running the substance through every known test, the metallurgist informed Hudson it was “not any other element on the periodic table.”
Hudson and the metallurgist agreed to try again using rhodium chloride.
The mystery was further heightened when the findings were revealed.
As Hudson puts it, “the initial analysis returns.”
Iron oxide is the red-brown dioxide.
The following materials are reintroduced: silica and aluminium.
There is no iron present.
No iron? Three separate chemical outcomes from the same material!?
Was this the triune Stone manifesting itself?
According to Hudson, just applying hydrogen to iron oxide has caused the iron to cease being iron and become silica and aluminium…. We had just converted the iron into silica and aluminium.
They had, in fact, used traditional chemical techniques to convert iron oxide to silica and aluminium, but such techniques would never have expected such a result.
Hudson continues, saying:
The calcium and silica content of the snow white annealed sample was determined.
What happened to the aluminium?
“Dave, my life was so easy before I met you,” John replied.
“This makes absolutely no sense,” he remarked.
“What you’re dealing with is going to drive people to rewrite physics books, rewrite chemistry books, and come to a whole new knowledge,” he said.
The metallurgist presented Hudson with his bill, which was a stunning $130,000, which Hudson paid.
The metallurgist, John, then told Hudson something more…
From 1983 until 1989, Hudson hired “one PhD chemist, three master chemists, (and) two technicians,” all of whom worked full-time on this topic.
During this time, Hudson and his colleagues “learned how to obtain rhodium tri-chloride as the metal from Johnson, Mathew, and Ingelhardt, and we discovered how to disrupt all the metal-metal bonding until it really was a red solution but no rhodium identifiable.”
And it was all rhodium from Johnson, Mathew, and Ingelhardt.”
But it was the raw soil and ore in Hudson’s field that had led him down the route of his contemporary alchemical search, not the pure form of these elements.
And there is an alchemical parallel here as well, because, as modern-day esotericist and scholar of all things occult and alchemical, A.E. Waite, observed, alchemists have always accounted metal dissolution as the master key to this art, and have been particular in giving directions concerning it, only keeping their readers in the dark as to the subject, whether ores, or factitious metals, were to be chosen: nay, when they say most to
Inadvertently, Hudson had corroborated the alchemical claims of a man who had written almost a century before him!
General Electric and the David Hudson Ormus Patent
During this time, Hudson learnt something that would permanently alter his own mission and highlight the significance of the phenomena he had discovered: “General Electric was constructing fuel cells utilising rhodium and iridium.”
Hudson set up a meeting with GE experts in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Hudson was surprised to find that the GE engineers had also experienced strange “explosions”.
Hudson arranged for some of his own mystery rhodium to be sent to the engineers for testing in their fuel cells.
By contrast, United Technologies bought GE’s fuel cell assets.
As a consequence, GE’s fuel cell engineers founded their own business, which tested and analysed Hudson’s mystery rhodium.
It appeared to defy all usual analysis and behaviour: When we supplied our stuff, the rhodium was examined and found to be absent.
But when they put it on carbon and ran it for a few weeks, it functioned as only rhodium could…
“Dave, if you are the first to find this, explain how to create it in this form, and inform the world that it exists, then you may acquire a patent on it.”
Then they informed me that if someone else found and patented it, they could ban me from utilising it.”
Hudson then filed patents for ORME gold, ORME palladium, ORME iridium, ORME ruthenium, and ORME osmium. ORME stands for Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements.
For now, the odd substance had to be used to investigate the most serious abnormality of all!
The mass Anomaly
Hudson discovered this new anomaly, the most important of all the abnormalities in his odd materials, while patenting them.
The patent office contacted Hudson after submitting his patents, requesting further information about the drugs.
Hudson had noted that when the chemical was reduced to a white powder, it gained weight when released into the environment (20–30%).
While weight increase for this substance in the environment is natural, it is not usual to gain 5-30% of the original sample’s weight!
Regardless, Hudson had to explain the unusual gain to the patent office.
Hudson started testing using a thermogravimetric analyser.
The equipment provided entire control of the sample in precisely regulated atmospheres for oxidation, hydro-reduction, annealing, and weighing throughout the process.
What occurred next was remarkable, and best described by Hudson himself:
We heated and cooled the material at two degrees per minute. The material weights 102 percent when oxidised and 103 percent when hydro-reduced. So far so good. No problem. But when it turns snow white it weighs 56%. Impossible.
In other words, Hudson’s odd substance not only had very aberrant chemical activity, but also highly anomalous mass attributes, to the point that it seemed to cause other materials it came into contact with to lose mass as well!
Interestingly, the material’s varied qualities appeared to be symbolised by its hue — black for mass growth, fine white powder for anomalous mass loss — just as the mediaeval and ancient alchemists asserted!
While Hudson had not yet realised the link to alchemy, he had resolved to find out what was going on and what treasure trove of “gold” he possessed in his hands.
Hal Puthoff Accounts for this anomalous Behaviour
Hudson explored and established an answer for the puzzling characteristic.
Dr. Hal Puthoff, a prominent and talented theoretical physicist, provided the answer.
Hudson had found a study by Puthoff in the respected peer-reviewed journal Physical Review, published in March 1989, while searching for an explanation for his white powder’s odd behaviour.
This substance is literally twisting space-time, Puthoff informed Hudson during their conversation.
Puthoff “named exotic stuff in his writings,” Hudson said.
In other words, Hudson had found some of the exotic substance sought for by contemporary theoretical physics and mediaeval alchemy just under his feet in the soil of his farm, and it wasn’t all that strange.
It was conventional chemical elements in an unknown condition.
But Puthoff didn’t stop there.
“Theoretically, if the mystery white powder is losing 44% of its mass, it should be receding from these three dimensions…
Why is it in three dimensions?”
Or, in Puthoff’s words, a “two-dimensional superconductor.”
So what was his white powder?
The mention of superconductivity in Puthoff’s publications prompted Hudson to look into these oddities.
Hudson starts by comparing superconducting material to a typical metal current carrier, such as a copper wire.
Everyone knows that operating a magnet near to a wire induces a little electrical current in the wire, which may be measured using sensitive detecting equipment.
This does not happen near a superconductor.
Hudson describes what occurs near a superconductor in vivid detail:
If it’s a superconductor, the magnetic field makes it negative.
It consumes the magnetic field.
It feeds off the magnetic field and absorbs it.
A superconductor has negative inductance in a positive magnetic field.
In other words, a machine that was a superconductor would negate the voltage potential of regular power lines.
If it passed a house with electric appliances, it would physically switch them off, flickering and crashing.
But how did this relate to what Dr. Hal Puthoff said?
To Hudson, the capacity of his anomalous substance to leave three dimensions meant that if you had a machine that could accomplish that, it could actually travel in space time.
That it may resurface in space time….
A superconductor is made up of billions of atoms that behave as one.
So you actually build a superconducting tube that you can step inside, power it, and block all external magnetic forces, including gravity.
And now you are in this world but not of it.
Hudson’s substance may manipulate the fabric of the physical medium, “space-time,” itself.
David Hudson now had the ancient Philosophers’ Stone in his hands.
DNA’s Superconductive Behaviour and Consciousness
One of the most remarkable elements of Hudson’s account is how he realised he was holding the alchemical Philosophers’ Stone.
It started when he found a link between superconductivity and biology in the scientific literature, with all the implications for consciousness it involves.
Hudson came upon a work by Freeman A. Cope titled “Evidence from Activation Energies for Superconductive Tunneling in Biological Systems at Physiological Temperatures” while studying superconductivity.
I must admit that I was stunned when I read the title of this article, because it implied that superconductivity could and did occur in biological systems at “room temperature,” whereas everything I had read indicated that superconductivity normally only occurred at extremely low temperatures, well below those in which life could exist.
But reading other of the article’s assertions left me even more perplexed:
This is corroborated by electron mobility studies employing the microwave Hall effect and pulsed electron beam methods, as well as the observation of a low semiconduction activation energy in the dried enzyme cytochrome oxidase.
What does it mean?
The essay goes on with uncommon clarity:
The current article provides evidence for another solid state biological mechanism.
Single-electron tunnelling between superconductive zones is thought to slow nerve and development processes.
This confirms the theoretical predictions of high temperature organic superconduction.
Superconduction is the flow of electrons with no heat generated and hence no electrical resistance.
Only organic materials and temperatures below 20°K have shown this activity, however theory anticipates superconduction in organic materials at ambient temperature.
Electron conduction across superconductive layer interfaces operates differently than current across solid junctions.
The temperature dependence of electron tunnelling currents across superconductive layer or area interfaces has been predicted and proven…
Little…suggested that electrons may superconduct along DNA…
That is, at normal temperatures for live animals, their DNA molecules may potentially superconduct electricity!
The report went on to say that this phenomena seemed to be linked to nerves.
Maybe it was related to the alchemical beliefs that the Great Elixir, the Philosophers’ Stone, possessed healing and longevity capabilities.
But what in DNA accounts for this behaviour, and how does it relate to Hudson’s peculiar white powder?
Hudson decided to do an experiment on cow and pig brains to see whether nerve tissue was involved in the occurrence.
Hudson repeatedly bathed the brains in sulfuric acid and water to remove all carbon and nitrogen molecules.
In the high-spin condition, which is the same as Hudson’s fine white powder, around 5% of the dry matter comprised Rhodium and Iridium, both platinum group metals!
As a result of Hudson’s discovery of white powder high spin state platinum group metals and the superconductive characteristics of DNA, we now have:
- 1matter with a mass that exists partly within (56%) and partially outside (44%) of this standard three-dimensional space (or four-dimensional space-time);
- matter that only exhibits this property after undergoing intensely stressful chemical processes in which the alchemical “sequence of colours” is more or less confirmed, and which, as indicated in those texts, exists in the form of a fine white powder;
- these properties are apparently related to superconductive properties;
- there is a correlation to DNA’s superconductive charcteristics, which may account for medieval alchemical cautions that the alchemist himself must be superconductive;
The Alchemical Connection Discovery
It was at this moment that Hudson found the alchemical link for the first time.
In 1991, my uncle came across a boot titled Secrets of the Alchemists. Hudson recounts “I’m not interested in reading about alchemy….I’m interested in chemistry and physics,” I said. “Dave, it speaks about a white powder of gold,” he added. “Really?” I said.
As a result, I started researching alchemy. And the Philosophers’ Stone, the container of the light of life, was white powder gold. “Is there any possibility that this white powder of gold I have is the white powder of gold they’re talking about?” I said.
Or is it conceivable that there are two white powders of gold or “ghost gold”?
According to the description, it is the container of the essence of life; it “flows” the light of life. That, we had established.
It’s a superconductor.
It “flows” the light in your body.
(The alchemists) believed that it perfected the body’s cells and delivered greater longevity.
The book was, in fact, published by Time-Life Books, and asserted that alchemists believed that consuming white powder gold genuinely helped promote longevity.
But, when he studied alchemical books, Hudson discovered that it all traced “back to a guy the Hebrews named Enoch, the Egyptians called Thoth,” and who in Greece was the now-famous “Hermes Trismegistus,” the Thrice-Great Hermes.
And with Hermes-Thoth, we have completed the circle, returning to Egypt and its notions of an underlying physical substrate, a materia prima, which was transmutative, a physical substrate, moreover, as I have demonstrated in my previous books, that was thought to have spatial-cellular properties like an organism, or a lattice structure, like a crystal, that could create information from an initial condition of non-equilibrium and a quasi-analogical process, and it served as a common conduit for mind or awareness, energy, and matter.
Conclusions regarding Ormus Alchemy
What, in the end, is one to make of Hudson’s quest?
Hudson was the one who discovered the similarities between his discoveries and alchemical claims and practises, but even he missed perhaps the most significant connection of all: the strange mass loss anomaly that his material exhibited, for here, as elsewhere, there is an exact alchemical foreshadowing of his discoveries.
Indeed, Roger Bacon, a great mediaeval alchemist and theologian, observed that the Stone may demonstrate abnormal weight increase.
More ominously, in his commentary on “the projection to be made by the mystery and arcanum of antimony,” Paracelsus states that “no precise weight can be assigned in this work of projection…. For example, that Medicine tinges sometimes thirty, forty, occasionally even sixty, eighty, or a hundred parts of the imperfect metal.”
While the basic meaning of this passage is usually taken to mean that the “tincture of antimony” is capable of transforming and transmuting an abnormal amount of material in proportion to its own weight, there may be another meaning, because “no precise weight can be assigned in this work of projection.”
In other words, maybe Paracelsus saw some unusual weight gain or reduction in his alchemical tinctures.
In any event, it is as implausible as it is true that Hudson’s “white powder gold” displayed its most aberrant behaviour not in what it was doing in and of itself, but in what it did to Hudson, driving him to a serious study of ancient and mediaeval alchemy.
Perhaps his substance had undergone a real alchemical metamorphosis in this, since Hudson, like all previous alchemists, had completed his journey with his ideas and worldview completely modified.