Sunday 10 March 2013

The Ouroboros and the Philosopher's Stone in modern Anti-ageing Medicine

 “Self-cannabalism” R said “There’s been several instances of snakes found eating themselves and dying from it.”

He showed me a picture on Facebook of just this as we sat in the Qantas lounge this morning waiting for his flight to depart for Sydney. I took a sip of deliciously strong black coffee and said “The Ouroboros, Sir Laurence Gardner writes about it in some of his books.” 
The very first known drawing of an Ouroboros is in the ancient Egyptian funerary text KV62 called the Enigmatic Book of the Netherworld found in King Tuts tomb (14th century BC). Here it represents the beginning and end of time. Once the Romans destroyed the Egyptian civilisation the symbol migrated into Roman magical talismans.
Gnostic gem 1st century A.D.
 In Greece Plato talked about a circular being that self-cannibalised as the first living thing in the universe. Of all possible seven forms of movement this being was given only the one perfectly circular form which is most consistent with mind and intelligence. In later Gnosticism 1-2 A.D. on (which actually means ‘learned’ from the Greek gnostikos or ‘knowledge’ from ‘gnosis’) this circular serpent symbolised eternity and the soul of the world.

The Albigensians who came from Albania in the 14th century used the Ouroboros in their printing watermarks and it also appeared in Tarot decks. Early Ace of Cups drawings were often encircled with an ouroboros. The symbol came from their Zoroastrian and Mithran mystery cult texts and the use of these watermarks is believed to have been used by secret societies as a means of identifying each other and passing on coded information.
Alchemists, despite the popular misconception that they were out to turn base metals like iron into gold, used the Ouroboros as a sigil or seal to define their true purpose which was to find the Philosophers stone – the key to immortality. The Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra, a 2nd century alchemical text depicts an Ouroboros with the words hen to pan  enclosed within it which means ‘one is the all’. 

Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra
  The 17th century alchemist Eirenaeus Philalethes wrote a treatise stating that the ‘stone’ was in fact gold reduced to what we now know is a high-spin state in which it appears as a white powder. He wrote:
It is called a Stone by virtue of its fixed nature; it resists the action of fire as successfully as any stone. In species it is gold, more purer [sic] than the purest; it is fixed and incombustible like a stone, but its appearance is that of a very fine powder.

ORME Rhodium ORME Iridium ORME Gold
Earlier in the 15th century the French alchemist Nicolas Flamel wrote in his Last Testament, dated 22 November 1416, that when the noble metal was perfectly dried and digested it made a fine "powder of gold", which is the Philosophers' Stone Harry Potter eat your heart out.

In the early 1990s, articles concerning stealth atoms and superconductivity appeared regularly in the science press. The Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen as well as the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratories in Chicago and its Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee all confirmed that the gold and the platinum group metals: iridium, rhodium, palladium, platinum, osmium and ruthenium all existed in the monoatomic state. The Institute for Advanced Studies (Austin, Texas, USA) has described the substance as "exotic matter", and superconductivity (one of its primary characteristics) has been claimed by the Center for Advanced Study (University of Illinois, USA) as "the most remarkable physical property in the universe". These substances have been called Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements (ORMEs), and the scientific terminology to describe the monatomic phenomenon is "asymmetrical deformed high-spin". The substances are superconductors because high-spin atoms can pass energy from one to the next with no net loss of energy.

So that now brings me back to the conversation I was having with R in the airport. As an Antiageingdoctor I thought he would be interested in the fact that Ouroboros symbolised eternal life and eternal life was based on the concept of the life extending properties of ORMEs – our good old Philosophers Stone.
The effect of the platinum group metal ruthenium on human DNA is discussed in the May 1995 issue of Scientific American. When single ruthenium atoms are placed at each end of a short strand of DNA, the strand becomes 10,000 times more conductive, making it a superconductor. This confirmed speculation held in scientific circles that the double helix configuration of the DNA might create a highly conductive path along the axis of the molecule and this provided confirmation of the fact.

The Platinum Metals Review has featured regular articles concerning the use of platinum, iridium and ruthenium in the treatment of cancers (which are caused through the abnormal and uncontrolled division of body cells). When a DNA state is altered (as in the case of a cancer), the application of a platinum compound will resonate with the deformed cell, causing the DNA to relax and become corrected. Such treatment involves no surgery; it does not destroy surrounding tissue with radiation nor kill the immune system, as does radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

The medical profession entered the high-spin arena when the biomedical research division of the pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb announced that ruthenium atoms interact with DNA, correcting the malformation in cancer cells. (Monoatomic gold and platinum metals are in effect "stealth atoms", and it has now been ascertained that body cells communicate with each other by way of stealth atoms through a system of light waves.) What the new science determines is that monoatomic ruthenium resonates with the DNA, dismantles the short-length helix and rebuilds it correctly, just as one might dismantle and resurrect a dilapidated building.

It is known that both iridium and rhodium have anti-ageing properties, while ruthenium and platinum compounds interact with the DNA and the cellular body. It is also known that gold and the platinum metals, in their monatomic high-spin state, can activate the endocrinal glandular system in a way that heightens awareness, perception and aptitude to extraordinary levels. In this regard, it is considered that the high-spin powder of gold has a distinct effect upon the pineal gland, increasing melatonin production.

Likewise, the monatomic powder of iridium has a similar effect on the serotonin production of the pituitary gland, and would appear to reactivate the body's "junk DNA" along with the under-used and unused parts of the brain. (Extracted from Sir Laurence Gardner’s article Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark Nexus Magazine Vol 10, no 2. 2003 and you can read the article in it’s entirety here:

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