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Originally posted by fum
i speak from expirience
do not swallow metal objects
1-you get poisoning
yeah so dont try guys lol
Originally posted by moonchild
Hello all, Im wondering if anyone here ever tried consuming monoatomic metals (like mono atomic gold) in the goal of increasing their brain / psychic abilities? Mono atomic gold is supposed to vastly increase your brain electric activity because it is extremely conductive. Here is some info.
[edit on 19-8-2005 by moonchild]
Acetylcholine: A key chemical in neurons (nerve cells) that acts as a neurotransmitter and carries information across the synaptic cleft, the space between two nerve cells.
Originally posted by Desmond
The way I understood it, the metal increase the conductivity of your bodies, allowing information between the alpha and beta bodies (matter and light body) to exchange much better, so that your intention extends further, resulting in better health.
The positively charged ionic gold or silver might bring a balance in our negatively charged cellular environment, allowing potentials between + and - to occur more often.
A little like how organised life occur at pH=7,00, where balance between charges allow more potential exchange and momentum.
The platinum-based compound known as "trans, trans, trans- [Pt(N3)2(OH)2(NH3)(py)]", or a light activated PtIV complex, is highly stable and non-toxic if left in the dark but if light falls upon it becomes much less stable and highly toxic to cancer cells. In fact it is between 13 and 80 times more toxic (depending on how and on which cells it is used) to cancer cells than the current platinum based anti-cancer drug Cisplatin. Moreover it kills the cells by a different mechanism of action, so it can also kill cisplatin-resistant cells.
A new retinal implant that could significantly improve the potential for blind people to see again has been developed with the use of platinum.
A tiny implant placed on the surface of the eye can receive wireless signals from an external camera and then transmit these signals to tiny, extremely thin electrodes made of platinum that have been surgically implanted on the retina.
These platinum electrodes deliver electrical signals to the nerve cells in the eye, in a similar way to that of light sensitive cells, thereby allowing the blind person to 'see' once more.
These days, you're likely to find more precious metals, precious and semi-precious stones in your skincare line than in your jewelry box. Diamonds, platinum, gold, mother-of-pearl and quartz are all popular ingredients.