you should look for this book:
it was big in the 70's.
there is a lot in there that would probably interest you.
most libraries probably still have it.
its a classic.
you know i saw that book in Barnes and Noble a month or so ago.
even if it does do something at all, it won't be any better than a vitamin. I'm cautious when people try to sell me expensive white powder, anyway.
I believe alot of the new age stuff is nice to believe in, and maybe if you believe in it then it becomes true for you? who knows? just live your life and love everyone.
Sounds like an ingrown toenail... I'm not getting involved with this conversation, but I can say that it would be cheaper just to cut the nail and pull the sharp bit that's sticking in to your toe out. That's one of those things that you want to take care of so it doesn't get infected, and is simple enough to do yourself if you can bare a few moments of pain. You know you've gotten it out because there is an immediate reduction in pain. Good luck.Originally Posted by [b
Thanks scotty, I'll check that book out. Also, please nobody catagorize me as a new ager. I don't know if I follow their beliefs, but I belong to know group or consider myself a part of one. Est, I reaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaally don't want to do that. I know I should but I really don't want to. Having a nail removed kinda creeps me out. You know, there will always be people trying to capitalize on something new. I know there are false sellers out there, selling what they call white powder gold, which is actualy not really white powder gold, or has harmful elements in it. Even if real white powder gold, there are numerous steps in creting the real monoatomic high spin state white powder of gold. It requires a careful process of energising the atoms, and breaking the metallic bonds and so forth. Not to be taken lightly. Of the most reputable sellers out there, I would consider this one. Out of the hundreds of accounts of using Ormus, this would be one of the top sources. They also don't sell it strait to you, as they know there are certain combos of Ormus elements that depend on your personal needs. They will not sell to you unless they speak with you thuroughly, through emails and finally by phone. This would seem to be a good sign of legitimacy, going by their procedures alone. They also have a lot of info on their site, from a scientific prospective and a spiritual prospective.
They would seem to know much about the nature of ORMUS elements and their affects on the body. They also go into detail about what is required to get to the final product, in the correct manner. They let people know of the dangers and the good in ORMUS elements. The only dangerous part is if it is not prepared correctly, or if you take more than you can handle. Nothing documented as being permanent.
spiritual view- http://www.asc-alchemy.com/assist.html
procedure for orders- http://www.asc-alchemy.com/guest.html
With as much contact as they keep with with their customers, it would be rediculous for them to try to pull a scam, and I have seen very little evidence of such things happening in this field. Although I am sure there are a few people out there who do attempt to scam people. You just gotta pick your sources carefuly. With the people I've dealt with in ORMUS materials, I have shown just as much skepticism to them as you guys have shown to me. I pick and pry them to look for any lies and inconsistencies, and I feel that I make pretty good judgements.
Yes, you are gullible. There is no such state of matter and it will not grant you ascension into the fifth dimension, nor the power to resurrect the dead, nor bestow you with telepathic/antigravity powers. Sorry.Originally Posted by [b
Jesus. *YOU CANNOT PATTENT SOMETHING IF IT'S NOT REAL! *HOW DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND THAT?Originally Posted by [b
That's just one case dude. Come on now [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img] .
...or it would be a sign of a really good scam. *I read as much as I can stand of this site, but at this point, I can only say: it's your money. *Enjoy, but be careful about how much personal information you give to your friends. *Saying that you should give as much information up front so that they can "tune in" means that they need to have control of the conversation, and ultimately, to tell you how much to pony up. *Can you say Ka-ching, KA-CHING?!Originally Posted by [b
Please save your money and go to a doctor to take care of that toe. *I had it done: they inject a local and get it cured in minutes, never to return if done right. *And the doctor didn't need to know about my family and friends, hopes and dreams, turn-ons and turn-offs, or even my pet turtle's name.
My chicken legs taste like chicken--only less meaty.