This is merely a visual comparison showing the similarity of the two samples. The most salient point is that the ORME/MFKZT has gone to a metallic state from exposure to Sunlight!
Object: of the experiment was to convert 100ml of Cosmetic Grade ORME to Metallic atomic cluster size demonstrating that the Amorphous Colloidal Silica does contain elements whose clusters are below the threshold for Metallic behavior.
Procedure: 100 ml snow white filtered ORME was taken to a pH of -0.5 with the addition of 30% HCl and constant stirring.
My associates and I spent many years in R&D on this specific Prima Materia and were able to consistently prove via Fire Assay, conversions to levels of Au +/- 100 TO/T, Rh+/_50 TO/T, Ir +/- 150 TO/T, Pt +/- 75 TO/T. There were no Base or Toxic Metals detected in the starting material and none showing following the conversions.
Oct 25, 2012 I ran a variation of the experiment above by preciptitating ORMUS from 25gm Celtic Sea Salt using KOH to a pH of 10.8 Then added 2 drops TR6 and vacuum filtered on glass 5 micron media. The result is show below. There are no visible metal polysulfides.
The following series of pics is setup for 3 gm MSM dissolved in 40 ml R/O water with 40 ml MFKZT added. Beaker was then set on top of WiFi router which is sitting on top of DSL. Cell phone was propped against the beaker and called every 30 min. The purpose of the experiment is to visually see if MSM and/or EMFs will convert the ‘ORME’ in MFKZT to a metallic state.
The images below were taken after 24 hrs on the WiFi, DSL, cellphone setup.
As you can plainly see in the above pics, the Platinum Group Elements (M-5) are not chemically bound in any manner to the Silica but rather merely stuck on like flies stuck on a spiderweb.
Image shown below is demonstrating the green mono Gold in a fusion state with the Silica. This material will then be solubilized and filtered. The resulting filtrate will undergo a reducing precipitation and yield the basis for the product line.