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Monatomic Elements, A Short History – Chapter 2

Classical science teaches us that the three phases of matter are gasses, liquids, and solids.  Current discoveries have now replaced that theory with the newer plasmas, condensates and liquid crystal states of matter. What classical science does not teach us (because these are new discoveries) is that there is, in fact, another phase of matter called "monatomic."

Monatomic (or monoatomic) elements are the cutting edge of this new elemental frontier, yet its technology is ancient.  The exotic properties of monatomic gold and the platinum group metals are rediscoveries of an advanced science understood and known by the ancient Mesopotamian, Egyptian and Israelite priests.

The ancient Mesopotamians called it shem-an-na and the Egyptians described it as mfkzt (moof-kooz-tee), vowels are omitted in the hieroglyph translation.  Israelite priests called it manna, while the Alexandrians venerated it as a gift from Paradise and later chemists such as Nicolas Flamel called it the Philosophers’ Stone.

Egyptian priests made the mfkzt which was described as a conical, white bread made from gold and was both eaten and offered to the gods. You can see an image of a mfkzt offering below.

The ancient Chinese alchemist Wei Po-yang wrote of the "Pill of Immortality" which is made of Huan Tan (Returned Medicine) an edible powder from gold.

But the ancients obviously believed that these substances had greater value than their value of extending a person’s life span. The Hindu Prana, the Chinese Chi and the Manna from Huna tradition were spoken of as the life force itself. They were believed to be an actual substance which served as a connection to spirit and the higher pathways.

It is clear, however, from the documentary evidence of ancient times that the attributes of superconductors and gravity defiance were known, even if not understood in our sense of the word, in a distant world of priestly levitation, god communication and the phenomenal power of the electrikus.

The earliest historical record of mfkzt powder is probably the most telling of all. It appears in a very specific guise in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts–sacred writings which adorn the 5th-dynasty pyramid tomb of King Unas at Saqqara. Here is described the locality in which the King is said to live forever with the gods, and it is called the Field of Mfkzt–an ethereal location associated with an otherworldly dimension called the Field of the Blessed.

Throughout its history, the sacred "powder of projection" was reckoned to have extraordinary powers of levitation, transmutation and teleportation.  Given that enigmatic processes with reference to gold have an alchemical ring about them, and since the monatomic powder of projection, although made from noble metals, is classified as a "stone", let us consider the writings of the 17th-century alchemist Eirenaeus Philalethes.

This renowned British philosopher–revered by Isaac Newton, Robert Boyle, Elias Ashmole and others of his day–produced a work in 1667 entitled Secrets Revealed. In this treatise, he discussed the nature of the Philosophers’ Stone, which was commonly thought to transmute base metal into gold.

Setting the record straight, Philalethes made the point that the Stone was itself made of gold, and that the Philosophers’ art was in perfecting this process: “Our Stone is nothing but gold digested to the highest degree of purity and subtle fixation …Our gold, no longer vulgar, is the ultimate goal of Nature”.

Chapter 3, Monatomic history to follow



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