Ormus and Washing Processes
Dead Sea Gold, Great Salt Lake, Sea-11, are made using Water Alchemy. Using a special menstrum, ORMEs
are extracted from the starting source as a white, fluffy precipitate. This precipitate is then washed with
distilled water three times and allowed to settle over several days. Finally, the washed precipitate is again
hydrated in distilled water in a 1:1 ratio, leaving the Manna slightly salty to the taste. Our bodies are
able to assimilate the
ORMEs when the ORMEs are hydrated than when they are in a dry powder form, and the
salt provides a structure in which the ORMEs are stabilized.
After washing, I like to part the gold from the MgOH by raising the pH to 12 with the lye solution
which "dissolves" the m-state and leaves the MgOH, so I just filter this, then the filtrate pH is lowered
to 8.5 with HCl or vinegar to retrieve a congealed m-state. To this add lye solution back up to 10.78.
Now wash several times to get a pH of 8 or 9.
That's my preferred method, but there are others.