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The Future of Mineral Supplements


Just as a diet including major minerals and trace elements are important, we are finding that there is a set of elements beyond those that conventional science traditionally observes to be essential for our development. Similar to our example with Copper, there are more elements in the same group, including Silver and Gold.


Silver has been known for a long time for its anti-312px-Athena-Schale_Hildesheimer_Silberfund-pviral, anti-bacterial, anti-algal, and anti-fungal properties. Silver ions possess a proven germicidal effect and it is also known that the Phoenicians stored water, wine, and vinegar in silver bottles to prevent spoiling. Its germicidal effects increased its value in utensils and as jewelry as well. Silver compounds were also used to prevent infection in World War I before the advent of antibiotics. Silver is known to have these properties, yet mainstream science refuses to consider it as a dietary mineral.



The same could be said for Gold, which is believed to moderate the Pineal Native_gold_nuggets-pgland with importance similar to that of which Iodine does for the thyroid. The Pineal gland is believed to be the “Seat of the Soul” and is also understood to be the gland responsible for secreting the neurotransmitters which power the consciousness-altering effects of dreaming and the extraordinary occurrence known as the Near Death Experience.


SONY DSC-2Among the T-Metals which possess these special properties when in the high-spin state, Rhodium and Iridium are considered to have synergistic effects with Gold and, with some discipline and cultivation of subtle energy, are said to activate a “Golden Triangle” – a quantum coherent harmonic convergence – between the Pineal gland, the Pituitary gland, and Hypothalamus (Ajna “Third Eye”, Alta Major “Medulla Area”, and Sahasrara “Crown” Chakras).



Excerpts from David Hudson’s original Ascension Assistance letters:


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