al⋅che⋅my [al-kuh-mee] (www.dictionary.com)
–noun, plural -mies for 2.
- a form of chemistry and speculative philosophy practiced in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and concerned principally with discovering methods for transmuting baser metals into gold and with finding a universal solvent and an elixir of life.
- any magical power or process of transmuting a common substance, usually of little value, into a substance of great value.
ZP.tech Alchemy [z-p-tech al-kuh-mee}
- the action of metallurgical synthesis of noble metals forming non-metallic materials for health, well-being and spiritual enhancement.
- a scientific process of reducing elemental structure of existing noble metals to a monatomic or diatomic (Cluster) form.
Alchemy Is The Ability to Change the Frequency of Thought, Alter the Harmonics of Matter, and Apply the Elements of Love to Achieve a Desired Result.
Alchemy Is The Ability to Change the Frequency of Thought, Alter the Harmonics of Matter, and Apply the Elements of Love to Achieve a Desired Result.
The Ancient Egyptians, David Hudson, ORMES (Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements), Manna the Philosophers Stone and more are pieces of what today is referred to as Alchemy. For the open minded and those conscious to observe that there are more possibilities to living than simply what we are told through regulation, packaging and media, the world of Alchemy is embracing and enhancing.
Outlandish concepts associated with Alchemy such as turning lead into gold are moving aside and making way for research and development with great enthusiasm. As skepticism is evolving into curiosity, ZP.tech accepts the responsibility of forging the way in the future with Modern Alchemy.
What is alchemy? Why are the obscure symbols and arcane principles of this ancient craft getting so much attention in modern times? How can the knowledge alchemists discovered and shared have such a strong influence in so many diverse contemporary areas as psychology, spirituality, the arts, literature, business, filmmaking, gaming, and sciences like medicine and quantum physics?
The answer to these questions lies in the universal nature of alchemical practices and operations. Alchemy can be defined most simply as the “art of transformation.” It is concerned with the underlying principles of how things change and the basic process of transforming one thing into another.
The Great Work of alchemy has always been to speed up this natural process of perfection — to resurrect the ideal of spiritual development and activate the hidden energies that are trapped in matter. Gold in alchemy is a symbol of this hastened perfection from the inner ideal to the outer manifestation. From its origins more than 5,000 years ago in Egypt, alchemy has had a singular focus on the most fundamental principles of change in Nature. Since time immemorial, alchemists have sought to isolate the most basic essences of matter to create higher forms.
Always on the edge between science and religion, alchemy has applied methods from both cultures to work with deeper realities that transcend the words and descriptions people have given them over time. In trying to penetrate the mysteries of matter and energy, the alchemists discovered the very foundations of creation and being that is the common ground of all religions, sciences, philosophies, and psychologies.
The golden thread of alchemy weaves in and out of the tapestry of history, and it is resurfacing today in a wide variety of modern applications:
The most popular reason for studying alchemy today is to reconnect with the fundamental spiritual realities in the universe. In this approach to alchemy, the gold of the alchemist is not the common gold but an inner spiritual gold, and the operations of alchemy are performed in the inner laboratory of the spirit and soul.
The ancient art of alchemy offers viable, powerful methods of changing oneself and living life fully. This use of alchemical priniciples focuses on the application of simple alchemical techniques and operations on the personal levels of body and mind to perfect one’s character and personality. The alchemists called this working with the inner metals or changing one’s temperament.
Alchemy gave birth to not only chemistry but also modern psychology, and the alchemists were the first to treat psychological problems as chemical imbalances in the body. Alchemical psychology also deals with the clinical treatment of character disorders in the tradition of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung.
Arts & Literature
No matter in which medium an artist works, he or she is trying to transform raw, “dead” matter into something living that speaks to those who experience it. Whether it is the sculptor’s block of stone, the painter’s canvas, the writer’s or musician’s empty page, the magic of alchemy is what’s behind the artist’s impulse to create.
Films & Gaming
Films like “2001,” “The Fifth Element,” “The Matrix,” “Harry Potter,” are just a few examples where producers made conscious use of alchemy in the plotline. Many young people are being introduced to alchemical principles in films and software games and want to learn more.
A surprising number of business leaders are applying the principles of alchemy in the fields of finance, human resources, marketing, and research and development. These innovative leaders realize the power of the universal paradigm of alchemy to streamline and energize their company and products as well as grow their business in new ways.
Change is the new theme in government and alchemy offers tested, effective methods of dissolving outmoded structures and building new paradigms. Modern practitioners are working to dissolve bureaucracy and show government workers how to come alive at work to everyone’s benefit.
The physicians’ logo (the caduceus) is an ancient symbol of Hermes, the father of alchemy, and alchemists have always provided natural remedies for a wide variety of ailments. They possessed a powerful arsenal of herbs and mineral compounds with detailed knowledge of how they acted in the body, and alchemists were the first to prescribe drugs to cure disease. There is more for modern medicine to learn from alchemy.
Most alchemical bodywork modalities like chiropractics, Rolfing, Feldenkrais, bioenergetics, and polarity therapy have their origin in the work of nineteenth century alchemists seeking to isolate the life force. More ancient Oriental alchemical arts like yoga, aikido, tai chi, chi kung, tantra, acupuncture, and reiki have seen a profound increase in Western culture. Most modern holistic disciplines like homeopathy, naturopathy, ayurveda, Chinese medicine, aromatherapy, and reflexology also trace their origin in ancient alchemical teachings
Practical alchemy is concerned with producing tinctures, tonics, oils, compounds, and elixirs that capture healing energy. Unique laboratory work is being undertaken by more and more practitioners around the world.
According to quantum physicist Dr. Fred Wolf, Quantum Physics is the “New Alchemy,” and the two disciplines share many fundamental principles including the idea that consciousness is a force in nature. But alchemy has also had a tremendous influence in other sciences such as geology, botany, biology, and of course, chemistry.
No religious zealot ever tried harder to get closer to God than the medieval alchemists, and a very spiritual form of Christian Alchemy evolved at that time. The most basic task of the alchemist is to center himself within the consciousness of the divine creative presence so that he or she can leap beyond themselves and humbly assist in the work of God, which is the Great Work of the universe.
Students and initiates of alchemy and the Hermetic Arts, as well as other practices related to it such the Kabballah and Tarot, share a long and secret tradition that is still continued in contemporary organizations such as the Freemasons, Golden Dawn, Rosicrucians, Gnostics, mystery schools and many other groups.
Alchemy has become a rallying point for a variety of movements driven by the human desire to change adverse conditions and change slavery into freedom, poverty into wealth, fear into courage, war into peace, and totalitarianism into democracy.
Every one of us participates in alchemy, whether in a conscious manner (through the intentional transformation and manifesting of one’s higher nature) or through the tumult and suffering of worldly experiences that finally lead to increased awareness of the alchemical principles at work in the world.
by Dennis William Hauck (Author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Alchemy)
Science has struggled before to keep up with what was already common knowledge. Aspen bark boiled in water was very common for Native Americans in Colorado. The soothing, pain relieving qualities were marveled upon by the tribes and it was a profound experience. Rituals for the trees divine qualities took place and for years, qualities could not be quantified due to the immaturity of science. It wasn’t until 1853 Charles Frederic Gerhardt, a French Chemist was able to explain the qualities by introducing acetylsalicylic, a sister chemical to those found in Aspen trees. In 1899 Bayer Asprin was born and the rest is history, but the native American’s understood the power and quality long before science applied it’s stamp of approval. The power of these chemicals existed long before science could understand what it was.
History repeats itself or time simply goes in a circle, but society has been in this situation before. From the world being flat to walking on the moon, science is the leader in definitive information. Science is very malleable as well, it can prove an existing scientific point wrong most easily through more science.
Alchemy is science. We know certain things this very moment about it, and we will continue to learn more through additional science. Lab results, trials, tests, food grade stipulations and more. Alchemy has morphed with modern science to the point to where NASA has been involved and people all over the world are contributing to the development of M-State technology. ZP.tech science has allowed us to move beyond the Native American Fire dances to begin to understand the profound effects of modern day Alchemy.
The information regarding the Egyptians and their influence on today’s modern view of Alchemy share multiple similarities. Increases consciousness, higher levels of thinking to super human strength and some seeking qualities of teleportation and levitation. What the Egyptians teach us is the capacity to interpret stories of experience many different ways.
The earliest historical record of mfkzt powder is probably the most telling of all. It appears in a very specific guise in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts, sacred writings which adorn the 5th dynasty pyramid tomb of King Unas at Saqqara. Here is described the locality in which the King is said to live forever with the gods, and it is called the Field of Mfkzt, an ethereal location associated with an otherworldly dimension called the Field of the Blessed.
This white powder substance manufactured by the Doctors, Scientists and Spiritual councils of that day from interpretation had offered long life, teleportation (to see other gods) and other beyond modern medicines and science capacity.
With the Egyptian text available, we can deduce that something powerful was happening with this white powder made from gold to the point in which it was celebrated, available only to Pharos and finds it’s description in many pieces of Egyptian copy.
1330’s-1418 (Wikipedia Exerpt)
A successful French scrivener and manuscript-seller who developed a posthumous reputation as an alchemist due to his reputed work on the philosopher’s stone.
According to the introduction to his work and additional details that have accrued since its publication, Flamel was the most accomplished of the European alchemists, and had learned his art from a Jewish converso on the road to Santiago de Compostela. As Deborah Harkness put it, “Others thought Flamel was the creation of 17th-century editors and publishers desperate to produce modern printed editions of supposedly ancient alchemical treatises then circulating in manuscript for an avid reading public.” The modern assertion that many references to him or his writings appear in alchemical texts of the 16th century, however, has not been linked to any particular source. The essence of his reputation is that he succeeded at the two magical goals of alchemy — that he made the Philosophers’ Stone, which turns lead into gold, and that he and his wife Perenelle achieved immortality through the “Elixir of Life“.
An alchemical book, published in Paris in 1613 as Livre des figures hiéroglypiques and in London in 1624 as Exposition of the Hieroglyphical Figures was attributed to Flamel. It is a collection of designs purportedly commissioned by Flamel for a tympanum at the Cimetière des Innocents in Paris, long disappeared at the time the work was published. In the publisher’s introduction Flamel’s search for the philosopher’s stone was described. According to that introduction, Flamel had made it his life’s work to understand the text of a mysterious 21-page book he had purchased. The introduction claims that, around 1378, he travelled to Spain for assistance with translation. On the way back, he reported that he met a sage, who identified Flamel’s book as being a copy of the original Book of Abraham the Mage. With this knowledge, over the next few years, Flamel and his wife allegedly decoded enough of the book to successfully replicate its recipe for the Philosopher’s Stone, producing first silver in 1382, and then gold.
1527 – ca1608
Devoting much of his life to Alchemy, Divination and Hermetic Philosophy, John Dee arrived to the ambitions through knowledge. John Dee also was a mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, occultist, navigator, imperialist and a consultant to Queen Elizabeth I. Teaching algebra to the University of Paris while in his early 20’s was something he may have found Passe’ as his energies were invested into communicating with Angles and learning the Language of Creation.
John Dee’s manuscripts, formulations and more were found by Robert Cotton about ten years after his death. Robert bought John Dee’s land and began digging for artifacts and information, and here found quite a bit of treasure. Cotton’s son gave the to Meric Casaubon who published these work in 1659 in a book called “A True & Faithful Relation of What passed for many Yeers between Dr. John Dee” which sold quickly, but had put an unfortunate spin on
Dee’s work putting him in a different category as delusional or even crazy. John Dee’s reputation still hangs in the balance regardless how amazing his accomplishments were, partly in due to his relationship with Edward Kelly.
Edward Kelly was a Scryer. He conducted many spiritual conferences with John Dee using mirrors, water, crystal orbs and more, however his heart was set on alchemy. Kelly found fame, fortune and protection from Count Vilem Rozmberk as a result of the work in tandem Kelly and Dee had together through these spiritual conferences and works of “magic”.
About a year after entering into Dee’s service, Kelley appeared with an alchemical book (The Book of Dunstan) and a quantity of a red powder which, Kelley claimed, he and a certain John Blokley had been led to by a “spiritual creature” at Northwick Hill. (Accounts of Kelley’s finding the book and the powder in the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey were first published by Elias Ashmole, but are contradicted by Dee’s diaries.) With the powder (whose secret was presumably hidden in the book) Kelley believed he could prepare a red “tincture” which would allow him to transmute base metals into gold. He reportedly demonstrated its power a few times over the years, including in Bohemia (present Czech Republic) where he and Dee resided for many years.
Dee and Kelly ended up parting ways after an Effort from Kelly to stop the spiritual conferences by telling Dee the Angels told him they had to share everything, including their wives. This ultimately led to a conflict in which Dee left in 1588.
With the patronage from Rozmberk, Kelly was escalated to “Baron of the Kingdom” under the condition that Kelly would produce Gold in large quantities using his red powder and Alchemy for the Count. Kelly did not produce and was imprisoned and later released promising he would make gold. After failing to produce a second time, he was imprisoned again and died in 1597 in an attempt to escape prison using a long rope and repelling out, falling and breaking his leg and dying from his injuries.
Rozmberk never believed Kelly could not produce gold as he says he had seen it, Kelly was simply refusing to do so.
Based on the Paracelsian concept of three essentials, Body, Soul and Spirit, Frater Albertus developed a system of teaching alchemical concepts using the spagyric technique of separation and cohobation. The unique gradated courses allowed students to explore aspects of the vegetable, mineral and animal kingdoms in an understandable and accessible way. Previous to this, one had to be a member of a fraternity or secret society in order to gain access to structured teaching.
After his death in 1984, the college ceased operations in the United States but continued to carry on the tradition in Australia. Frater Albertus had a profound effect on the way Alchemy and particularly the Spagyric method was disseminated and understood in the mid to late 20th century. His works were translated into many languages.
The Alchemist Handbook is one of Albertus most popular works. Available online and even found in most larger book stores.
Author, historian, researcher and some would describe him as a conspiracy theorist. When you dabble in projects in which science can’t, or hasn’t been able to explain weird phenomena and you tell people about it, you usually fall into this category.
Laurence Gardner’s first book Bloodline of the Holy Grail was published in 1996. The book was serialized in the Daily Mail and a best seller. He used his books to propose several theories, including a belief that Jesus and Mary Magdalene had married and had children, who’s descendants included King Arthur and the House Of Stuart. In Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark he claimed that the Ark of the Covenant was a machine for manufacturing “monatomic gold” – a supposed elixir which could be used to extend life. His books also included theories about Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, The Holy Grail and proposed connections between Atenism and Judaism.
Gardners books are popular, easily found and sell around the world. With his work and focus on white powder gold, his involvement with High technology and old theory, Gardner has played a substantial part in bringing to the surface questions that need to be answered. His most dominant book on White Powder Gold and Monoatomics is found in his book “Lost Secrets of the Sacred Arc”. Loaded with information from the Egyptians to modern science and very exciting focusing on the power of Gold within medicine, science and spirituality.
Books by Laurence Gardner:
- Bloodline of The Holy Grail: The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed (1996) (ISBN 1852308702)
- Genesis of the Grail Kings: The Astonishing Story of the Ancient Bloodline of Christ and the True Heritage of the Holy Grail (1999) (ISBN 0553817744)
- Illustrated Bloodline of the Holy Grail (2000) (ISBN 1862047707)
- Realm of The Ring Lords: The Ancient Legacy of the Ring and the Grail (2003) (ISBN 1931412146)
- Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark: Amazing Revelations of the Incredible Power of Gold (2004) (ISBN 0007142951)
- The Magdalene Legacy: The Jesus and Mary Bloodline Conspiracy (2005) (ISBN 0007200854)
- The Shadow of Solomon: The Lost Secret of the Freemasons Revealed (2005) (ISBN 1578634040)
The Grail Enigma: The Hidden Heirs of Jesus and Mary Magdalene (2008) (ISBN 0007266944)
David Radius Hudson
There’s a plethora of information regarding David Hudson and his work with modern M-State technology within the Alchemical environment. Some is speculative and some is factual.
“ORMES” Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements
David Hudson Hold Patents in over 8 countries for this. All except in the United States and the suspicion goes that the Department of Defense leaned on the patent office to not award this patent as a matter of national security. Here are the patents.
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These patents represent an enormous amount of research, confusion and controversy. Hudson discovered on his farm a salt Zeolight substance in his fields. He decided to take these materials to testing and the results we’re odd. The material seemed to change from one element to another, had all of the properties of a precious metals however there were no precious metals. Nasa got involved with ever changing test results and substantial levels of confusion and contradicting. Deeming these materials “exotic matter” Hudson could only explain them as something that goes against the grain of modern science understanding of elements.
In 1996, there were trials and testing’s taking place on Hudson’s materials from Texas to New York. Scientists, Doctors and more we’re testing ORMES on Cancer, Aids, HIV, Arthritis and the list goes on.
What’s is interesting regarding David Hudson is the time frame. Around 1975 he stumbled across this substance. In the 90’s was the precipice of the research and a personal investment from Hudson of 8.7 Million dollars. With amazing results, everything came to a drastic close.
Hudson’s ORMES production plant never came online. In 1998 his plant had a Nitric Acid leak and the emergency response sprayed foam on it as apposed to diluting it in water which created a large orange cloud of nitric acid gas where hundreds of people in the surrounding area had to be evacuated.
In November of 2000, Hudson released his final news letter entitled “Enough is Enough” after having been regulated out of existence and surviving a heart attack that required multiple bypasses.
David Hudson’s work lives on through many venues however, his experience and long history in the field or ORMES is missed through his powerful contributions.