Wanted to offer a few links just in case your interested in learning more about this mysterious ORMUS as I am (always seems like I walk away after an
ORMUS interview with more questions than answers...)
Documenting Plant Results - Barry Carter
ORMUS - Scientific Overview
Extracts by Dr. John Milewski on ORMUS
Biological & Organic Transmutation:
The study of biological transmutation can be said to have begun in the 17th century with the famous experiment by von Helmont, who grew a willow tree
in a clay vase with 200 pounds of soil. After 5 years, he dried the soil and found that its weight had decreased by only 2 ounces: "Water alone had,
therefore, been sufficient to produce 160 pounds of wood, bark and roots" (plus fallen leaves which he did not weigh). Presumably, there were some
minerals in the water he fed to the tree. Nowadays we know that plants form carbohydrates from atmospheric carbon dioxide, but their mineral content
is derived from soil, not air. It may be possible, however, that the ORMEs (Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements), discovered by David Hudson in
the 1980s, exist in the atmosphere and are utilized by plants.
A French researcher named Louis Kervran was then the Conferences Director at the University of Paris, and his first paper was published in La Revue
Generale Des Sciences, July 1960.
Kervran pointed out, the ground in the area known as Brittany contained no calcium; however, every day a hen would lay a perfectly normal egg, with a
perfectly normal shell containing calcium. The hens do eagerly peck mica from the soil, and mica contains potassium - a single step below calcium in
the standard table of elements. It appears that the hens may transmute some of the potassium to calcium. Hens denied calcium but not potassium, stay
perfectly healthy and lay perfectly normal eggs. Hens denied both potassium and calcium will be sickly and lay only soft-shelled eggs. If these sick
chickens are allowed to peck only mica - which they will frantically do - everything returns to normal again.
Japanese researchers replicated Kervran's astounding results to their complete satisfaction & recommended him to the Nobel Committee for a Nobel Prize
for his work. Thus Kervran became a Nobel nominee, though he was not granted the prize.
Over a century ago, a chemist named Albrecht von Herzeele proved that germinating seeds somehow transmuted elements in the process. In 1873 von
Herzeele published a book, The Origin of Inorganic Substances, where he showed research proving that plants continuously create material elements.
Lawes and Gilbert, two British researchers, also found that plants could "extract" more elements from the soil than the soil actually contained in the
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