28th May 2012 08:04
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The Universal One by Walter Russell
Has anyone read this book? http://www.amazon.com/The-Universal-...8256105&sr=8-1
I heard about Russell and the book for the first time while watching a documentary on Free Energy and Transmutation with John Bedini yesterday.
Here's the interview with Bedini if anyone is interested.
In the interview above he mentions Russells Chart showing Octaves and the Elements and how Copper can be transmuted to Gold, Zinc to Silver etc...."it's just a frequency shift....a harmonic shift"
Here's the Chart: http://www.meta-synthesis.com/webboo....php?PT_id=147
He explains the transmutation process in the video above. I'm no expert but this is what I got from his explanation - maybe someone could clarify it a bit better or correct my interpretation if there's a mistake.
You basically get a specific type of rock and dissolve it in 10% Hydrochloric Acid to separate the minerals (much the same way the HCl in our stomach separates the minerals and vitamins in the food we ingest). An iron rod is placed in the mixture pointing polar north. Crystals form on the rod and it is left to dry. The crystals are then scrapped off the rod and ground into a powder using a pestle and mortar. The powder is placed on a small block of oxygen free copper and fired at 2,500C on a ceramic block in a kiln/oven. The heat transmutes the powder. You then test/assay what 'floats to the top' when melted. It all depends on the seed material as to what you end up with - gold, silver, ruby etc.
Tom Bearden apparently says that transmutation methods like this were how the Russians produced 40% of their gold - it's a hell of a lot easier and less expensive than mining it.
*Here's a link to the book in pdf I found.
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28th May 2012 17:20
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