Amazing properties of high-spin monatomic elements
Date: Monday, August 02, 2004 @ 18:47:26 GMT
Extracted from Nexus Magazine, Volume 11, Number 4 (June-July 2004)
Web page at: www.nexusmagazine.com
Laurence Gardner interview conducted 6 November 2003 by Atasha McMillan
"...Research on this has been forging ahead, and some amazing properties of high-spin monatomic elements have now been scientifically confirmed.
This has huge and potentially revolutionary implications. Humanity now has within its reach a potential cure for cancer without drugs or surgery, an environment-friendly alternative to fossil fuels, a means to transform human consciousness, the possibility of low or zero-gravity flight, space travel by manipulation of space-time, and access to other dimensions (which scientists have now proved to be real)... "
HEALING AND ANTIGRAVITY
Laurence Gardner (LG): I've been talking about gold as an
effective catalyst in cancer treatment for a long time—and it is now
happening. The World Gold Council is confirming this in its literature, and the
Securities & Exchange Commission, Washington, DC, is now publishing it in
its bullion prospectus. The S&EC also reports on other aspects that I have
written about in the past. Future applications for gold, it says [reads from
S&EC prospectus], "are in pollution control, clean energy generation
and fuel cell technology. In addition, work is under way on the use of gold in
Atasha McMillan (AM): Are the research tests for this being
done mostly in America?
LG: They're being done all over. Scientific journals from
Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Singapore, Israel, Britain and
America are all commenting in this regard, with headlines such as "The
Amazing Properties of Monatomic Gold". There are no limitations on this
now. Singapore University is making great progress with gold in cancer
treatment, and Rice University, Texas, has reported amazing success in recent
remedial trials with nano-gold.
AM: You've said that monatomic elements can be used in
connection with space travel. Can you explain a bit more about that, and about
how research in that area is progressing?
LG: Monatomic transition-group elements were classified some
time ago as "exotic matter" because they have a negative energy
density and the ability to manipulate space-time. Physicists now say that exotic
matter is the key to travelling enormous distances—seemingly faster than the
speed of light, but with an acceleration rate of zero. They are looking at the
concept of moving the space instead of the spacecraft—that is to say,
contracting space-time in front of the ship, with a commensurate expansion of
the space-time behind it. NASA's Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project is
leading the research in this regard. We also have the aircraft industry
investigating the concept of antigravity flight. Monatomic elements are
operative high-temperature superconductors, and superconductors will levitate.
They have a null magnetic field and will repel external magnetic fields. The
Center for Advanced Study in Illinois has classified superconductivity as
"the most remarkable physical property in the universe".
So, as the UK Ministry of Defence has stated, "Anti-gravity propulsion is
now coming out of the closet". In this arena, Boeing is working on Project
Grasp at its top-secret Phantom Works in Seattle, and British Aerospace has its
parallel Project Greenglow. There is also a new UK–US joint venture called
Project Falcon. Back in August , British Aerospace and Boeing met at the
Pentagon to talk about their plan for a 6,000-miles-per-hour aircraft—that's
around five times the speed of the now redundant Concorde.
AM: You have also mentioned the prospect of teleporting matter
from one place to another.
LG: Yes; nanophysics and monatomic sciences are now leading us
into some astonishing new realms. NASA and the Ohio Aerospace Institute are
talking about teleportation as if it's just around the corner. By the use of
coupled quantum systems, they'll soon be able to teleport matter instead of
moving it physically. "By this means," they say, "even people
could be transported by sending enough classical information."
So, by the time we get round to the kind of high-speed antigravity aircraft they
think they can produce, we might not even need aircraft! In fact, they say that
a digital cloning process is also possible—meaning that we could actually be
in more than one place at the same time!
AM: And yet the ancient people knew about these things?
LG: They certainly knew about monatomic elements and
superconductors, even if they didn't understand the science behind them. There
were various names and terms for these phenomena in different cultures. As for
the scientific aspects, maybe they didn't know specifically that these magical
powders resonated with DNA or that they were immune system enhancers but they
undoubtedly knew of their healing and anti-ageing properties. They also told of
levitation, movement into parallel dimensions, communication with gods, and the
like. In so many instances, their descriptions were commensurate with modern
scientific discoveries; they just used different terminology. They might not
have known precisely what they were dealing with, but they clearly knew about
the substances in action.
AM: You said at a recent lecture that monatomics could improve
memory and learning abilities.
LG: Absolutely. In fact, some remarkable tests were conducted
last year by the Alphalearning Institute at the World Trade Center in Lugano.
They are specialists in behavioural sciences and learning deficiencies such as
dyslexia and ADHD. Over a number of weeks, they gave measured doses of monatomic
supplements to ten volunteers—males and females of varying ages. The results
were quite staggering. Their EEG brain scans showed a significant enhancement of
alpha waves, leading to perfect hemispheric left and right brain synchronisation.
This facilitates heightened learning ability, memory and creative skills, and a
substantial lowering of the stress factor. Their report stated that the results
were both immediate and cumulative, while being a significant aid in exam-type
situations, whether mental or physical.
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