Ormus, ORMEs, and M-State
Hudson’s “new condition of matter” is referred to by the terms Ormus, ORMEs, and m-state interchangeably. Throughout history and worldwide, this essentially supernatural stuff has attracted people’s curiosity. Many individuals think that ancient Egyptians, Essenes, and alchemists knew this nearly ethereal element and used it in transcendental activities such as purifying the body and soul, unleashing superhuman mental abilities, and even communicating with the spirit realm. Because of the broad interest, words like the Egyptian MFKTZ, food of the gods, AuM, monoatomic gold, white powder gold, microclusters, Sherman NA, manna, the food of life, shewbread, Orgone energy, the Ark of the Covenant, the Holy Grail, and the Philosopher’s Stone may be used interchangeably.
Despite Hudson’s claim that the substance is made up of “monoatomic elements in a high-spin state,” there is no convincing evidence that the components are monoatomic or diatomic.
Because Ormus is such an enigmatic chemical, scientists must continue to look into Hudson’s findings to identify it correctly. Hudson’s findings have been corroborated by independent research, which notes that m-state elements exhibit quantum physical features such as superconductivity, superfluidity, Josephson tunneling, and magnetic levitation. According to pioneers such as Barry Carter, the m-state elements were not previously separated and discovered because “they exist as Cooper-paired Bosons without accessible valence electrons and are hence not susceptible to spectroscopic identification” (Carter).
Ormus is a novel state of matter that can be found in some of our planet’s most life-supporting conditions. Ormus, abundant in the ocean, fresh water, air, rock, and trace amounts of raw-organic foods, constitutes the essential lifeblood of awareness in spiritual terms. According to David Hudson’s study, these elements may be 10,000 times more prevalent in their m-state than metallic equivalents. The levels of Ormus identified in these compounds, on the other hand, pale in comparison to the concentrated Ormus Hudson sought.