Monday, March 24, 2008

Ormus connecter

ORMUS - What is it? An overview by Barry Carter There are many mysterious and magical things that have been recorded in history. The Biblical manna, the Philosopher's Stone, the Fountain of Youth, Orgone energy, prana, chi, the Holy Grail, the Great Pyramid and the Ark of the Covenant are a few of these things. It looks like these things and more might be related to a new class of materials that have been identified and described in the last few decades.

In the late 1970s an Arizona farmer named David Hudson noticed some very strange materials as he was doing some gold mining on his land. Hudson spent several million dollars over the following decade figuring out how to obtain and work with these strange materials. In 1989 David Hudson was granted patents on these materials and methods for obtaining them.(1)

Other researchers were also making similar discoveries around this same time but Hudson was the first to get information out to the public about his discoveries. During the early 1990s Hudson toured the United States giving lectures and workshops about what he had found. Transcripts of portions of three of David Hudson's lectures are available on the Web. The most complete of these transcripts is the transcript of his Dallas lecture and workshop.



Truth Conference - Jim Marrs -Ancient Technology from the Past White Powder Gold

ANCIENT TECHNOLOGY FROM THE PAST: WHITE POWDER GOLD, with Jim Marrs. It has been widely reported that Saddam Hussein believes himself to be the reincarnation of King Nebuchadnezzar, the Babylonian monarch that tried to contact the prehistoric gods. It has also been reported that amazing new archeological finds were discovered in Iraq in the late 1990's. Could these ancient texts provide the key to understanding the monatomic elements only now being studied by modern scientists? Could these elements - which may provide the secrets of limitless non-polluting energy, teleportation, longevity and even time and dimension travel - be the true reason for the United States' recent and unprecedented invasion of Iraq? Author/Journalist Jim Marrs for the first time puts the pieces of this intriguing puzzle together. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. Marrs earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of North Texas in 1966 and attended Graduate School at Texas Tech in Lubbock for two years more. He has worked for several Texas newspapers, including the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where beginning in 1968 he served as police reporter. Mr. Marrs then became a general-assignments reporter covering stories locally, in Europe and the Middle East. After a leave of absence to serve with a Fourth Army intelligence unit during the Vietnam War, he became military and aerospace writer for the newspaper and an investigative reporter. Since 1980, Mr. Marrs has been a freelance writer and public relations consultant. Since 1976, Mr. Marrs has taught a course on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy at the University of Texas at Arlington. In 1989, his book, "Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy," was published to critical acclaim and within three years had gone into an eighth printing in both hardbound and softbound editions. Crossfire reached the New York Times Paperback Non-Fiction Best Seller list in mid-February 1992 and remained there for more than six weeks. His book became a basis for the Oliver Stone film JFK. Mr. Marrs served as a chief consultant for both the films screenplay and production. Mr. Marrs has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, CSPAN, the Discovery, Learning and History Channels, This Morning America, Geraldo, Montell Williams, Today and The Larry King and Art Bell radio programs. For more information visit

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