Thomas John Hudson's White Powder Recipe
4 L of well water or spring water [John said to use well or spring water because the minerals in the source
material can attach to the minerals in the water. The HCL also does this; it holds the impurities.
200 ml clear concentrated HCL (muriatic acid)
20-100 ml clear concentrated sulfuric acid (H2S04)
2-5 pounds of dirt or fine sand or limestone powder or dolomite or Azomite
1. Get a one 4 L and one container that can hold 4 liters of water. NO METAL. Recommend large beaker (borosilicate
glass) and a five gallon heavy plastic utility bucket.
2. Add 200 ml HCl to the water (NEVER add the water to the acid; ALWAYS acid to water) and stir this very well. Use
wood or plastic spoon, no metal.
3. Slowly add your finely powdered source material, a teaspoon at a time. There should be a slight reaction
(bubbling, fizzing). More fizz is good, as it produces the best powder product. Add one teaspoon at a time until
you have added all two pounds of the material.
4. Let settle until all solids are at the bottom of the bucket with the water-HCl mixture. Depending on source
material this may take some time.
5. Filter the solution through at least three ply’s of unbleached coffee filters with a wad of white unscented
toilet paper or paper towel in the bottom. Use a glass or HDPE plastic funnel (NO METAL). Filter more than once if
needed until the solution is clear, no solids visible. Solution is usually clear, but can also be slightly tinted,
clear green is desirable.
6. Pour this filtrate in to a large borosilicate flask/beaker/container and SLOWLY add 20-100 ml. of sulfuric acid.
7. Heat slowly to 150 degrees Fahrenheit over a gas flame (preferably) or electric if necessary and stir frequently
but not constantly until you see the powder form as the liquid evaporates. This may take all day, and it may form
with no heating at all. Remember the fumes are from CONCENTRATED acid, so this must be done outdoors, in an exhaust
hood, in front of a fan, etc. DO NOT do this in your kitchen even with an over the stove hood fan! DO NOT let it go
dry. When you see that a good amount of precipitate has formed, stop heating, and stop stirring. Wear gloves, and
be careful; hot acid is corrosive. Let it cool completely.
8. After the solution is settled and cooled, and add a few inches of VERY cold well or spring water to the
precipitate and allow it to settle completely. Drain the supernatant (the clear fluid at the top) off and wash the
precipitate with more cold well or spring water 6 times. John was exact here, no less, no more. Taste it. It should
be only slightly salty, and not at all tangy.
9. Put the wet powder is a heatproof oven pan (recommend Pyrex glass, 9 x 13 pan for this size batch as you can
spread it out). Place in oven (preferably gas, electric if necessary, not microwave) and bake at 150 degrees and
allow powder to slowly and completely dry. Stir occasionally with wooden or plastic tools, no metal. This takes a
long time. You can also dry in the sunlight, or use a combination.
10. Store dry in a cool, dark place.
John made a batch with dried Johnson grass and other plant sources have been used with success. Scale down the
recipe if necessary: for 2 L of water add 100 ml of HCL and 10 ml of H2S04 with one pound of source material. More
sulfuric acid (up to 100 ml. in a 4 L batch) yields better results depending on the batch and the source material.
John encouraged people to play around with the recipe and see.
He recommended the finest grained white sand one could find, where nothing was growing at all in the desert. It
must be crushed fine if it is not already fine. He recommended powdered limestone, which is easy to find, but made
it from dirt dug in the yard and two pulverized bricks from Home Depot and got good results. The material should
have a pH of 9.0-9.5, but anything over 7.0. Look for barren sand and soil with that pH, where no grass would
Filtering: Though he had high tech filtering systems, John preferred unbleached coffee filters and cheap white
unscented toilet paper to them as they did a great job removing the fine particulates from the solution and can
tolerate the low pH.
Use only COLD (chilled in the refrigerator) well or spring water to wash or add to the precipitate. Chilling the
solution in the refrigerator as it settles improves yields (over room temperature)
Charging Water--There are many ways to increase the vitality and structure of water. You can place a glass
container of water in the sun, put a jug of water on the north pole of a magnet, put a quartz crystal in the water
jug. You can collect snow and rain from pollution free environments.
One of my favorites, which is ideal for kundalini awakenings is to take some fresh green pine needles and place
them in a jar or glass of water...leave it in the sun all day. Then put it in the refrigerator to chill. This makes
the most incredible subtle drink which is even taster than champagne.
Oxygenating Water ”Make an ORMUS bubbler with an aquarium aerator...and put some ring magnets on the tube next to
the air-stone...alternate the charges of the magnets and keep them in place with a twisty on the tube.
I bubble my water for up to 8 hours or more and then put in bottles for freezing. This oxygenated water provides
more energy than normal water, heals the GI tract, has amazing properties on the skin...promoting strength,
youth and sheen...it also makes plants healthier and grow faster.