Living Clay

June 17, 2016

All clay is volcanic ash.  When a volcano erupts and the lava flows down the side of the volcanic cone, the ash is blown high, oftentimes miles high into the sky.  Slowly it settles to the ground, sometimes hereby, sometimes, hundreds of miles aways, and in extreme cases it can circumvent the globe.

 

Volcanic ash --- clay --- falls into seven separate and distinct family groups.  Within these seven families there are thousands of different types of mineral compositions, each unique and wearing vastly different purposes in our world.

 

Kaolin clays

Illite clays

Chlorite clays

Vermiculite clays

Mixed group clays

Lath-formed clays

Smectite clays

 

Absorption Vs. Adsorption

The two words look alike but their difference is critical in understanding the functions of clay minerals.

  

ADsorption is the process by which substances stick to the outside surface of a clay molecule similar to the way a strip of Velcro works.

 

ABsorption is the process of drawing substances into the clays internal molecular structure --- similar to a sponge absorbing water.

 

The process by which substances are absorbed or adsorbed is through their electrical ionic charge.  If you remember when you were young and you played with horseshoe magnets, when you placed like poles together --- negative-to-negative and positive-to-positive --- the two magnets repelled.  When you placed opposite poles together they stuck together.

 

The ionic charge of pure, natural Calcium Bentonite Clay is negative.  This unique clay adsorbs and absorbs positive charged ions in a similar fashion.  Most everything that attacks our bodies --- bacteria, vitals, fungi, diseases, toxic chemicals, etc. --- is of a positive ionic charge.   The beauty of Living Clay is that it is blind.  it doesn't know an eczema molecules from a staph bacteria molecule, or a viral molecule.  What it does know is a positive charge.  Its only function is to draw to itself positive charged molecules,  which it hold  like a magnet, both internally and externally, until we wash them from our bodies or pass them through our bodies.  

 

All Clays Are Not Created Equal

within the Smectite family there are hundreds of different types of clays, each consisting of between 8 and 145 minerals.  As mentioned earlier, the most common sub daily is Montmorillonite.  Montmorillonite family tree are the various Bentonites.  It's from the Smectite family tree that we find the broadest spectrum healing modality  on our planet --- Calcium Bentonite Clay.

 

Montmorillonite Clay was named after the town of Montmorillon in France where it was first identified.  Its common name is French Green and you will see it packaged under several different brands today and available in many health food stores.  Green swelling clays are known for their remarkable healing properties.  Not to say that non-swelling clays are not good, but due to the molecular makeup the swelling clays have a greater drawing or detoxing potential.

 

According to Raymond Dextreit, and expert on clays and author of the book, Our Earth, Our Cure, the green family of clay is the most desirable and the most preferable type recommended for ingestion.

 

Bentonite clay was named after to town of Ft. Benton, Wyoming where it was first identified by a miner named John, Pascal. His product was branded as Pascalite, which is a form of non-swelling calcium based Bentonite clay.

 

Calcium bentonite Clay is the most rare form of clay in the Smectite family.  There have been only a few

 

TBC

Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements / Calcium Bentonite Clay

Monatomic Elements, or "Monatomics," is the technical term for a recently branded form of matter consisting of orbitally rearranged monatomic elements" --- or "ORMES."  these are elements whose atomic orbits have been altered, having thrown off their positive charged proton and now circle the neutron in an elliptical fashion.  They now act quite differently than their complete and whole counterparts.

 

During the past 15 years, researchers have rediscovered this previously hidden form of matter.  There are many historical references to monatomic ORMES and date to Egyptian and Vedic texts.  ORMES, in their most pure and natural form, are found Calcium Bentonite Clay - Living Clay.  

 

This form of matter has been shown to provide tremendous benefits in the filed of human health, nutrition, longevity, energy, intuition and spiritual connection.

 

Monatomic elements are naturally produced by thermal chemical reactions within the earth's core and spewed forth as the volcanic ash during volcanic eruptions.   Although they can be found in trace amounts virtually anywhere on the earth's surface, they are primarily concentrated in volcanic soils.

 

In recent years, several proprietary methods of recovering or separating monatomic elements from volcanic soil have been developed.  Some claim to have patented their modern alchemy processes.  Most claim their processes to be "trade secrets."  What I believe they have done is to take a specific type of volcanic ash, a Calcium Bentonite clay, and synthesized out all minerals with the exception of a specific group of metals --- gold, platinum, iridium, rhodium, osmium, ruthenium and palladium.  Using brand names such as White Powder Gold, Ormus White Gold, and Manna Tonic, prices range from $49 to $199 per ounce.

 

The same volcanic ash, in its natural form, containing these ORMES and other viable minerals can be obtained in a suspended colloidal liquid form for less than $2 per ounce when you purchase Calcium Bentonite Clay.

 

Monoatomic Elements were known in ancient times under different names.  Their existence was rediscovered and popularized in the late 1980's by David Hudson, an Arizona farmer invested in the mono-dipoly atomic forms of numerous transition metals.  When these ORMES first began to be isolated through an acid burn and heating process, the cost of producing these elements was very high.  Although various products are currently offered under the name of "monoatomic," the majority of these products represent low-grade, over-priced forms of this material.

 

The most concentrated known sources of monoatomic elements are some specific Calcium Bentonite Clay volcanic ash deposits in Death Vally, California.  

 

All monoatomic elements consist of inert minerals that are also present in many food substances and herbs, and as a result are already present in the body.   Due to their chemical inactivity they do not assimilate or react within the body like ordinary metal ions or atoms.  In addition, in the monoatomic state they are completely non-toxic and harmless.

 

It has been discovered that certain monoatomic elements have the potential to assume what is referred to as the "high-spin-state".  This refers to a phenomenon discovered in the late 1980's by nuclear physicists at a number of renowned laboratories around the world.  They discovered that when certain monoatomic metal atoms were put into a high-spin state, the elementary particles inside the nucleus became rearranged and spin around at an increased rate of speed.  

 

As a result of the rearranged orbits, their electromagnetic emissions coming from the high-spin elements are different from the norm.   It appears that Nature has its own low-tech low-energy method of producing these monoatomic elements deep within the earth.  The miracle of the gift is shared with us through volcanic eruption, and the ash left for the use by all, pure, natural calcium bentonite Clay.

 

When ingested in the body in a liquid colloidal form the monoatomic elements pervade the body.  because they are chemically inert, the effects cannot be due to any chemical reactions in the body.  All benefit is due to the ionic exchange, the energetic effect.  Monatomic elements simply reside in the cells, where they generate the subtle essence of life.    I recommend daily ingestion of Monatomic elements in their all-natural form of calcium Bentonite Clay --- the Living Essence of Life.

 

Claytronics and Clayatomic

What if there were a form of silica, readily available, that had even greater conductivity than the silicon used in the manufacturing process of all computer CPUs today?  What if that silica was self-cooling, and could transfer data at 1,000+ times the speed of today'd norm?  And what if that silica had the inherent organic ability to act more like our biological brain than a binary piece of hardware, such as today's computer brains?   Today, these concept are past the theoretical model.  They are proven and becoming tomorrow's  reality.  Living Clay is all the buzz in the futurists' labs.

 

The computer chip giants and worlds foremost robotics experts are moving toward creating a functional living cell "brain-chip."  Scientists in the United States are developing TINY robots, made from Living Clay that can transform themselves into any shape.  The science of "claytronics" which uses nanotechnology to create tiny robots called "Catoms" enables 3-dimensional copies of people to be "faxed" around the world for virtual meetings.  A doctor could consult with a patient over the phone taking their pulse by holding the wrist of the "Claytronic replica patient,"  reports New Scientist Journal.  Dr. Seth Goldstein and Dr. Todd Mowry see Claytronics as a way of being multiple places at once, and "Transmittable synthetic Reality."   There simply is no comparable scientific leap in our history, which compares to the hurdle we are surpassing today.

 

Where Monatomic and Claytronics Meet

  • The most effective form of Calcium Bentonite Clay consists of 3 primary minerals: Silica, Calcium, Magnesium.

  • In the human body the three most common minerals are as follows: Silica, Calcium, Magnesium.

 

Living Clay virtually replicates the living body in its mineral composition.  

  • When we look at the human brain we find that it is silica that acts as the organic carrier of electrical impulse causing the brain to function, to compute, to cause faction, thought, emotion, etc.  

  • When we look at Catom or Claytronics Chip, CPU made from Living Clay, it is the silica that acts as the organic carrier of impulses, causing the CPU to function, to compute, to cause action, thought, emotions, etc.

While traditional binary synthetic silicon based CPU can't experience or create emotion or bilateral reasoning, a Living Clay "Catom" can.  This new science is the bridge between hardware and biology.  Scientists are literally creating Living Chips.  In addition to silica being the transfer modality of electrical and neurochemical information exchange, monatomic elements also play a role.  

 

Analysts show that the brain tissue of cows may consist of up to 5% of monatomic elements, particularly rhodium and iridium.  The primary function of these monatomic metal elements is greater conductivity and connectivity resulting in increased alpha wave activity.  In humans this would amount to a better functioning cerebral colossum, which transfers information between the left and right hemisphere of the cerebellum. Calcium Bentonite Clay holds the key to all of life itself.

 

You can cook with it too!

Add dry powder Calcium Bentonite Clay in your bakingrecipe:

e.g. for about 1 cup flower,  add about 1/4 cup clay powder.

 

Add liquid Calcium Bentonite Clay in your juicing:

e.g. for about 2 cups liquid, add about 2oz of liquid clay.

e.g. for a pot full of stew, add 1/2 cup of liquid clay.

e.g. for guacamole, bean dip, etc. 

Play with it.

 

Source : Living Clay, Nature's Own Miracle Cure, How to Cure 101 Ailments with Calcium Bentonite Clay

 

How to Use Bentonite Clay Internally

 

Here is what happens, or doesn’t happen. Clay is earth. It’s heavy. It’s dense. If it bumps up against some impaction on the colon wall, it won’t necessarily push it through. Part of it will adhere, adding to the compaction. A small amount will not be a problem, but four tablespoons magnified to ?????. This can create new or added constipation which will be exacerbated for anyone who isn’t drinking a LOT of water during a period of clay cleansing. Some of the commercial uses of bentonite are in cement, adhesives, kitty litter, pond sealers, preserving mummies (true story), etc.  Get it?  It dries and binds.

 

Think of clay as a catalyst rather than an active agent. There is nothing particularly unusual in its metallic components.  Rather than thinking only of clay’s absorptive qualities, think of its magnetic qualities.  You don’t need a lot of it to do the job especially if you have prepared it properly.

 

CLAY NEEDS TO BE SOAKED IN WATER – remember, 1 teaspoon in a full glass– for a minimum of thirty minutes, but several hours is preferable.  The water activates its electromagnetic charge.   Be sure to remove the metallic spoon used to stir from the water. Preparing the glassful before bed is a good habit.  

 

The longer the clay sits in the water the more it imparts its electromagnetic charge into the water, making the water into medicine.  The whole glass gets charged, so you don’t need very much of the physicality of the clay itself to draw toxins.

 

This is true not only regarding the detoxifying action of clay but even more so for its catalytic actions.  Catalytic action simply refers to those actions in the body that are stimulated by the presence of clay rather than by its direct contact, such as the ability to restore organ function, stimulate red blood cells, regulate radioactivity in the body.  These catalytic functions I have no direct understanding of, but refer to information cleaned from reading in order to give my readers a little deeper sense of the range of the internal healing influences of clay.

 

It’s recommended to avoid combining clay therapy with either pharmaceuticalor homeopathic medicines. The action of clay is inhibited by medicines.  Wait until you are not on any medicine regime before trying clay cleansing.

 

Clay water should be ingested on an empty stomach if possible, either early in the morning or before bed.  If taken a little before meals it can decrease stomach pains that occur after eating.  And even though you are taking it in solution, still be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day.  For people with a tendency toward constipation, it is better to take your clay in the evening.

 

A daily regime can be as long as three weeks; then take a break of at least a week. Clay cleansing is totally compatible with nutritive cleansing, but if combining it with complete fasting -water or juices only – add psyllium seed for fiber.*

 

One last thing. Clay is best stored in darkness, however, exposing it to sun’s energy (and air and rain) before using it will make it more active.

 

Source: Camden Whole Health  article

 

CF: VitalityHerbsAndClay.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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