Saturday, March 12, 2011

How To Make Your Own Nutrient-Dense High ORMUS Probiotic Antioxidant Superfoods

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One of the lessons I’ve learned in this life is, when you gain power, you empower others. Hoarding power in any form (including wealth, strength, information, knowledge, energy, etc.) is always self destructive in the end. So I believe strongly in empowering myself and others. Those who are most revered in human history understood this and were about empowering others.

So it is my philosophy to teach others how to fish, rather than sell them fish. To that end, after testing organic food and discovering it is sadly lacking in nutrients, and knowing what can be done about it, I have been on a mission to teach others how to make their own nutrient-dense high ORMUS probiotic antioxidant superfoods, rather than to simply make and sell them. What the heck does that mean? ORMUS is an acronym for Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic (or Microclustered) Elements. In a nutshell, they are a small group of platinum group elements or minerals on the periodic chart which can occur as collections of individual atoms in white ceramic powder form rather than as a normal metal composed of atoms bound to each other. They have amazing healing and regenerative properties, and many applications in technologies such as free energy generation, antigravity propulsion, and more. They are at the root of ANYTHING that heals and regenerates living organisms, be it food, water, energy, body or mind work, etc. They are where the mind-body-food connection actually occurs.

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria which can be ingested to aid digestion and crowd out pathogenic parasites and microbes in the body, which are a major detractor to immune system strength and health. Antioxidants are negatively charged particles in whole living organic food, water, and other substances we ingest which neutralize positively charged free radicals that cause damage at a cellular level. Nutrient-dense living food and water are high in all of these traits, which is why they are so rejuvenative. The problem is, nutrient-dense organic food is a scarce commodity on this planet, not normally found even in health food stores today. So in order to have it, we must grow or ferment what we can ourselves, educate local growers about the concepts of and resources for nutrient dense farming, and supplement our diets with these types of “superfoods.” How? Follow this blog, get on my email list, and listen to this talk I gave in Houston about this very important topic. I will be speaking about this for years to come.

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