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Originally posted by wang
P.S. Who is to say we value gold because the annunaki valued it? But also gold in early south american civs was more used for decoration of warriors etc. It wasnt valued the same way as its european breathren.
Originally posted by MagicPriest420
Originally posted by hungryhippo
I'm not big into the whole Annunaki/Sumerian thing, but this is an interesting read. What exactly is suposed to happen come 2006?
[edit on 20-12-2005 by hungryhippo]
Aliens are coming...thats all you really need to know....i cant prove it right now,but time will tell,and 2006 is right around the corner,so like jesus told his disciples,old and new...WATCH!!!!!!!!!
In any case, this white powder gold, according to Hudson, has some rather amazing properties: it is allegedly a high-temperature superconductor and, when heated in just the right way, weighs less than nothing—it can levitate. And, of course, it has a long list of incredible health benefits. Hudson received patents in Britain and Australia (though not, interestingly, in the U.S.) for this special form of gold and 10 other elements, which he referred to collectively as Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements (ORMEs). (I should interject that the awarding of a patent does not mean that a government agency has successfully reproduced the invention in question, or even that they have validated it as being scientifically sound.)
Then Hudson began reading about alchemy, and he became convinced that his white powder gold was the stuff of legend—well, many legends, in fact. He equated it with “manna,” “the philosopher’s stone,” “the food of the gods,” and “the elixir of life,” among other things. Hudson believed he had rediscovered an ancient alchemical formula. He began promoting this belief in New Age and mystical circles, which eagerly latched onto it and have been proclaiming it as truth ever since. And, naturally, numerous companies sell solid or liquid forms of “white powder gold” supposedly created using variants of Hudson’s recipe.
planetx/nibiru is returning!..and i think it will be heer next year...i can get into a long discussion as to why i think this,but insted i wont..amd ill let the truth unfold on its own...2006 is right around the corner anyway,so just wait and see......