I was cruising Amazon today looking for snake oils and discovered what is called Ormus, aka monoatomic gold, or white gold. They claim that it induces a kundalini awakened state (whatever that means) while meditating.
It also purports to trigger vivid lucid dreams, out of body experiences, cures disease and emotional disorders. And if you ingest enough of it, makes your skin all sparkly like the pretty vampires in Twilight.
The crazy thing is, people buy into this! Gobs of people! Go on YouTube and you’ll see testimonials, go on Amazon and read the five-star reviews. There’s even a group of people that believe it is the devils powder, or the illuminate, meant to brainwash and turn us into hermaphrodite zombie slaves.
Here are some posts written by, imo, nutters:
Ormus can also make you hear auditory hallucinations as stated in this article.
“Hindu mystics call these sounds the “nada” and Chinese mystics call them the “hu” sound.”
I actually experienced this! It’s a sign of bi-polor disorder and schizophrenia! I haven’t experienced it in a while though. I haven’t had any crazy dreams either, or an invisible stranger laying next to me.
Everything it purports to do, I’ve already experienced them all. Even the sparkly skin part. When I had my OBE and looked at my sparkly translucent arm (and then stuck it in my head to see what would happen).
All my weird experiences make me feel like a spiritual snob, looking down and shaking my head at anyone wanting in on the action but turning to wacked-out methods and spending honny dolla billz yo.
The best method for obtaining auditory hallucinations, OBE’s, Lucid dreams and all that nonsense is to suffer from massive sleep deprivation and consume copious amounts of alcohol knowing full-well that work tomorrow will invariably suck.
Get no sleep for about a week (due to intense partying followed by work) and then take a nap. I guarantee that nap will knock your socks off. You’ll experience all sorts of weird shit.
Aside from my personal method, their method is scientifically implausible. The first obstacle being that you can’t make the stuff. You literally can’t make it no matter how hard you try. The man who invented it formed a patent describing how it’s made, but it’s mostly gibberish and his method was never proven.
But there’s a bunch of YouTube vid’s on how to make it! And plenty of suppliers on Amazon!
Okay, let’s be rational here. Why are they even trying to make this stuff in the first place? To experience some sort of heightened awareness, a super power, and some go as far to say it gives them the ability to teleport (has never been proven tho).
If that’s the case, why not do something that actually works? Like ayahuasca, smoke some DMT, magic mushrooms, peyote, iboga, yopo. Hell, even straight up pot has its eye-opening moments.
Why go through all the trouble of trying to make gold using everyday household ingredients and a recipe found on YouTube? To experience something that I’ve already had my hand in and to be quite honest, it’s not worth the hype.
Well, the OBE with seeing my translucent arm was pretty cool, plus my 2-seconds of emptiness and that other time I experienced 2-seconds of witnessing myself think. But nothing comes out of having these experiences except personal proof which doesn’t mean a damn thing to anyone aside from myself, and even that doesn’t mean much.
They’re chasing their own tail. Trying to go after something they already have.
But the whole thing amazes me. The placebo effect amazes me, denial is amazing, and nobody ever wants to admit when they’re wrong (especially when a ton of money is involved) and they look like complete idiots buying snake oil.
You can tell when you’re in denial when an opinion that opposes your own affects you in such a violent manner that you resort to name calling.