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It seems our book GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ  is polarizing readers if the early reviews are anything to go by. Reviewers either love it or hate it. Despite this, it remains a regular fixture in Amazon’s bestseller lists.

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Genius Intelligence asks readers to ponder whether there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the modi operandi currently being taught in mainstream education systems.

That was always going to rankle with academics and graduates of the mainstream education system. After all, who wants to spend years studying at school and uni. and then put that hard-earned knowledge to work in the community only to be told there may be better, faster, easier and more effective ways to develop the human mind? Especially when the advice is coming from a couple of reprobates like ourselves (the authors) who not only don’t have any academic qualifications to speak of, but barely completed high school!

Despite that, the book is resonating with many readers.

Among the discoveries we share within its pages are brain waves common to geniuses and the various ways to induce those brain waves; mental techniques the world’s elite and A-List celebrities are quietly using to help them process information while they’re asleep or in virtual worlds; chemical substances students and academics the world over employ to kick-start the brain into overdrive; and cutting-edge technologies business tycoons and professional athletes employ to gain a cerebral edge over their competitors.

Drawing on the latest findings in neuroscience, Genius Intelligence lists dozens of practical methods to increase IQ and speed-learn any subject.


One of the latest reviews of Genius Intelligence  on Amazon addresses the academic viewpoint, the criticism and a few other factors as well. Here’s the review in full:


Genius Overview ★★★★★  Review by Edward M. Drobinski

This is a comprehensive overview of the many possible factors which have culminated in what we call genius intelligence.

If, like me, you are a novice in this subject, this is the best place I know of to start your exploration. Yes, if and when your focus becomes more microscoped, there are other very PhD-candidate-type books which will provide more detail into scientifically sanctioned studies, and hopefully you will not be the recipient of another equivocal paper, already superseded by “new” methodology. But, whatever your choice of paths this has to be the starting point.

On a very small level this book has been criticized by competitors and their entourage. The wisdom of the general public has found them in an overwhelming decision of no use. This book is, as customary for the Morcans works, extremely well-written, clear and beyond any reproach possible from a skilled, mainstream critic.

Barring all that crap; it will make you laugh and wonder.


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Ask a hundred people for their definition of the term genius and you’ll likely get a hundred different responses, including widely varying responses. We acknowledge and expand on this in the summary in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ.

GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 1)

Here’s the relevant excerpt from the book:

Though we are not historians, it’s our impression that in bygone eras the term genius was most used, or, at least often used, when describing brilliant artists like Leonardo da Vinci. Then, in the 20th Century, the term was more often reserved for academics like Albert Einstein. Now, in the 21st Century, it has assumed a broader meaning and is applied to individuals who have achieved extraordinary results in a wide variety of careers, pastimes and fields of endeavor that transcend academia.

Increasingly, we see references in the media and elsewhere to scientific genius or artistic genius or sporting genius, which supports this evolving definition of the word.

Certainly, dictionary definitions (of genius) allow for a broad interpretation. For example, common dictionary definitions include “exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability” and “an exceptionally intelligent person or one with exceptional skill in a particular area of activity.”

A cursory look at our Thesaurus offers mastermind, prodigy, brain, intellect, virtuoso and even whiz kid as alternatives to the word genius.

We hope by now it is clear to you that genius can come in many forms besides the obvious academic giants like Einstein and Stephen Hawking – if in fact you were ever in doubt.

The term genius can legitimately be applied to certain sportsmen (à la golfer Tiger Woods and tennis player Roger Federer), business executives (Sir Richard Branson and Steve Jobs), artists (Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock), film directors (Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick) – and the list goes on.


For what it’s worth, our definition of genius is: Someone who demonstrates rare intellect, who successfully connects dots between seemingly unconnected things and who sees what others don’t to achieve revolutionary outcomes and extraordinary results.


With that in mind, it may be timely to remind you of what German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said about genius: “Talent hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.”

Given the examples in this book, it should now be evident there have always been individuals learning at speeds many or most mainstream educationalists would have us believe are not possible.

From speed-reading US presidents like JFK and Roosevelt, to great polymaths such as Archimedes and da Vinci, to savants like Kim Peek and Daniel Tammet, to intelligence agents and their ilk, history is full of people achieving intellectual feats well beyond the norm.

We concede it cannot be proven that elite groups are withholding some of the most advanced learning methods from mainstream society. Even so, it’s pretty obvious that little-known accelerated learning techniques do exist in one form or another – techniques (and technologies) capable of increasing IQ.

After reading Genius Intelligence, it should also be obvious that geniuses aren’t usually born geniuses, or, to put it another way, they aren’t necessarily born geniuses. Having studied the lives of numerous geniuses, we were surprised to discover most utilized – or, from a young age, were exposed to – various brain activation methods on their respective journeys to becoming acknowledged masters of their fields.

We have detailed, or at least touched on, many of those methods in this book and also given examples of individuals who reached the top of their respective fields employing their favored brain activation methods and disciplines.

We refer to the likes of business tycoons such as Rupert Murdoch who practice Transcendental Meditation, Hollywood stars like Gwyneth Paltrow who consume Ormus and Robin Williams who used isolation tanks. And other examples like bestselling author and life coach Anthony Robbins who mastered speed-reading, Apple founder Steve Jobs who practiced Yoga for mental inspiration, and former world heavyweight boxing champ Mike Tyson who used hypnosis before each fight.

It should now be abundantly clear many of those who reach the top of their fields use rare or little known methods to improve their mental powers to get the jump on the competition – be that in the intelligence, business, political, arts/entertainment, literary or sporting arenas, or, indeed, in any or all sectors of life.

We trust you’ll now agree the brain’s potential is the human potential!

As technology evolves and new scientific breakthroughs occur – such as revolutionary smart drugs and brain stimulation devices – one thing seems certain: super-intelligence will be an option for everyone in the future.

The signs are that future is not far off. For the elite, or for those in the know at least, it seems the future has already arrived…  


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There’s a belief held by some that certain drugs might be able to enhance the activities of superluminal (faster-than-light) particles in the microtubules within the brain and, if so, could greatly improve the mental capabilities of we humans.


We address this and the possibility that the mysterious superluminal particles (inside the brain) may be related to genius intelligence in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ.

An excerpt from the book follows:

Some believe there is already a real-world equivalent of the brain-improving drug Bradley Cooper’s character took in the 2011 Hollywood movie Limitless. The film’s plot is about a guy of average intelligence becoming a genius and polymath overnight simply by taking a nootropic, or what’s more commonly termed a smart drug.

Cooper and DeNiro in ‘Limitless’.

Nootropics are drugs that improve various aspects of brain functions, including concentration, memory and alertness.

Officially at least, no Limitless-style drug exists and no consumers of nootropics are becoming geniuses overnight as they did in that film.

There are rumors, however, that smart drugs of the potency depicted in Limitless were formulated by chemists decades ago, but have been suppressed from the masses.

According to this conspiracy theory, classified nootropics are used by the likes of the CIA and various splinter groups of the global elite to turn spies and key political figures into extremely high IQ individuals. Sounds a bit far-fetched, we know, and possibly it is.

On the other hand, considering the well-documented and declassified mind control programs such as MK-Ultra, using suppressed intelligence enhancers on persons of interest seems rather benign by comparison – and very feasible as well.

Furthermore, any scientific breakthrough involving revolutionary smart drugs would likely be suppressed from the mainstream – at least within the parameters of such theories.

The 2012 film The Bourne Legacy, which stars Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz and was directed by Tony Gilroy, shows the CIA improving their operatives’ effectiveness by altering their DNA with top-secret drugs. Weisz plays a CIA chemist employed to design the drugs that make Renner’s character and other operatives physically and intellectually superior to average humans.

Are the plots behind such films pure fiction or are they inspired by real goings-on in the world of intelligence agencies and classified science?

The reason for mentioning this whole conspiracy theory is not to go off on some unrelated tangent without purpose or to explore something that is not practical for those wanting to become geniuses. Rather, we bring the subject up to assess whether science (not just official science but all forms of science including classified science) has already evolved to the point where highly sophisticated smart drugs have been formulated.

And if that is indeed the truth of the matter, then perhaps it’s possible for the layman to get access to such drugs – over the counter or perhaps on the black market – by purchasing little-known products or even creating exotic drugs themselves from raw ingredients.

One smart drug manufacturer, who we shall call XYZ so as not to inadvertently advertise their products or company, implies that there is a conspiracy in place whereby the FDA block the most advanced nootropics from reaching the public in a concerted effort to make sure Americans never get too intelligent!

“The official reason is ‘to keep the public safe’—this is the standard excuse given for police-state behavior,” according to XYZ’s website. “A more plausible explanation might be to keep the public from becoming too smart. A smarter public would be less tolerant of corrupt and incompetent government officials.”

Notwithstanding the theory of suppressed or classified smart drugs being withheld from the public, there’s already an impressive list of FDA-approved smart drugs freely available to Jo Public. And many users swear by them. Positive testimonials about such drugs range from customers claiming they achieved better results in exams to making more money in business and wiser decision-making in their personal lives.

A Russian manufactured version of the nootropic Cerebrolysin.

IQ-enhancing drugs are nothing new. Italian neurobiologist Rita Levi-Montalcini (1909-2012), who received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her discovery of nerve growth factor, was said to be an early proponent of a smart drug. Some attribute Levi-Montalcini’s longevity (she lived to 103) and her ongoing mental sharpness to her daily routine of applying the very chemical she discovered to her eyes each morning.

And, of course, caffeine is a nootropic most people already use on a daily basis to fire up the brain.

Now smart drugs are widely available, and the masses are starting to catch on to this big-time – so intense is the hunger for such intelligence-enhancers.

For example, the term academic doping is starting to achieve mainstream awareness – and for good reason. Academic doping, which is the educational equivalent of sports doping, is on the rise and students on smart drugs are said to be achieving better grades.

Would you take drugs if they enhanced your memory, for example? (Thinkstock)

1 x pill = high marks for this student?

Numerous studies have shown around 5-10% of North American students and 1-5% of European students have used smart drugs to assist them with their studies. These statistics are likely to only increase as places in learning institutions become more competitive and expensive for prospective students.

Popular nootropics used in high schools and on university campuses all over the world include modafinil, dimethylamylamine and methylphenidate. Neurotransmitters like GABA and plant extracts such as vinpocetine, bacoside A and huperzine A are also commonly used by students because of the potential of these nootropic substances.

These intelligence-boosting and neuro-enhancing drugs and stimulants have been scientifically proven to increase productivity, memory and overall cognitive functioning.

In the June 16, 2014 edition of the academic journal The Conversation, an article on smart drugs co-written by Georgia State University neuroscience associate professor Nicole A. Vincent points out that “all around the world, students, academics and professionals of various stripes are increasingly experimenting with new cognitive enhancement technologies to boost their memory, attention, reflexes, clarity of thought and ability to function well with little sleep.

“Several recent studies,” the article continues, “report around a 30% improvement in language learning by subjects who used modafinil.”

Many of the intelligence-enhancing effects of smart drugs may relate to the importance of activating dormant areas of the brain, as mentioned in earlier chapters of this book. For example, the experimental drug NSI-189 has been shown to stimulate neural pathways in the hippocampus.

Incidentally, research into NSI-189 has been primarily funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which possibly supports the suspicion that the powers-that-be are researching smart drugs and using them in classified experiments.

DARPA…conspiring against The People?

Another drug compound called dihexa has been shown in laboratory experiments to build new neural connections in rats and mice and also to repair brain damage.

A July 29, 2014 article by the BBC headlined The truth about smart drugs covers the pros and cons of synthetic intelligence-enhancers and asks whether the Limitless (movie) scenario really is possible. Although fairly pessimistic overall, the article mentions that Gary Lynch, a professor in the School of Medicine at the University of California, “argues that recent advances in neuroscience have opened the way for the smart design of drugs, configured for specific biological targets in the brain.”

The article also quotes Lynch as saying memory enhancement is not very far off although the prospects for other kinds of mental enhancement are “very difficult to know… To me, there’s an inevitability to the thing, but a timeline is difficult.”

The BBC report continues, “In the nearer future, Lynch points to nicotinic receptor agents – molecules that act on the neurotransmitter receptors affected by nicotine – as ones to watch when looking out for potential new cognitive enhancers.”

So while nobody has been documented as becoming an outright genius after taking such drugs, it may not be far off before such an occurrence is official and on the record.


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Studies have universally shown that what you eat can definitely influence your intelligence. This is especially true for increasing the IQ of children.

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It’s official…brain food boosts IQ.

We share our knowledge on this subject in a chapter titled ‘The high IQ diet’ in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ.

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A 2011 article headed Food for thought – diet does boost your intelligence, by Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent for UK newspaper The Telegraph, confirms that “Children brought up on healthy diets are more intelligent compared with their junk food eating counterparts, new research suggests.”

The article states, “Toddlers fed a diet packed high in fats, sugars, and processed foods had lower IQs than those fed pasta, salads and fruit, it was found. The effect is so great that researchers from the University of Bristol said those children with a “healthier” diet may get an IQ boost.

“Scientists stressed good diet was vital in a child’s early life as the brain grows at its fastest rate during the first three years of life.”

Children fed breast milk have also been shown to develop higher IQ’s.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), for example, is an omega-3 fatty acid found in breast milk, and a lack of DHA hinders brain development.

Large quantities of the fatty acid Lauric Acid are also found in breast milk and this, too, has major benefits for developing brains.

Breast milk is a wonderfully complex substance and scientists are still trying to figure out how exactly it has so many benefits for children’s brains.

However, it’s not just children who can increase their IQ’s with diet. Adults can, too.

Research has shown that certain foods, herbs and natural supplements can sharpen memory, lift mental performance and generally boost brain power.

These beneficial dietary items include:

  • Leafy greens and orange-red fruits and vegetables such as apricots, mangoes, red peppers and spinach, which all boost brain function as a result of their antioxidants and beta carotene properties.
  • Certain organic breakfast cereals – especially those fortified with folic acid – have many mental benefits.
  • Fresh seafood has a beneficial impact on the brain as a result of the biochemical roles played by the omega-3 fats and zinc content.
  • Nuts and seeds have essential fatty acids and phospho-lipids that aid brain nerve cells.
  • Protein-rich foods contain large amounts of the brain chemical dopamine, which increases mental alertness.
  • Ginkgo Biloba is a herb that improves blood flow to the brain and has been proven to be a valid way to increase memory and concentration powers.
  • Phosphatidylserine (PS) is a chemical compound that has been shown to assist with learning, focus and memory.
  • Vinpocetine is a plant extract that’s a cerebral vasodilator – meaning it widens blood vessels in the brain and allows more blood to enter the head for oxygenation to occur. The result is greater mental alertness. Recent studies indicate Vinpocetine may also be one of the most powerful memory enhancers on the planet.

General rules for eating for brain optimization include:

  • Rather than eating one or two large meals, consume regular small meals throughout the day as this has positive psychological effects.
  • Eat enough carbohydrates as the brain needs glucose to function.
  • Never skip breakfast, otherwise blood sugar levels will drop by late morning and this will negatively affect memory.

There’s also some good news for alcohol lovers. Red wine, due to the grape content, has a protective agent called resveratrol, which scientific research has shown to stimulate brain cells. Beer can also be a brain-booster because of its high quantities of boron and B vitamins – both of which affect mental function.

However, the golden rule of everything in moderation definitely applies to the subject of alcohol and intelligence as overdrinking kills brain cells – never a good thing if you’re already low on brain cells or are looking to increase your intelligence!


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A mysterious substance known as Ormus – aka ORME, White Powder Gold or simply White Gold – is said to be yet another secret method used by those in the ‘know’ to increase intelligence.

As it has been said to balance both hemispheres of the brain and therefore allow for whole brain learning, Ormus is being consumed the world over by people who are looking for safe and legal ways to increase their IQ. And the numbers using it are increasing every day as more and more people hear about it.

However, increasing IQ is said to be just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this unusual scientific discovery which, we admit, sounds like something out of an episode of The X-Files.

We examine Ormus in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ. An excerpt from the book follows:

Few mainstream scientific studies have thus far been conducted on the strange substance known as Ormus. But even if a tenth of what proponents of White Gold say is true, the potential for humanity is remarkable.

Preliminary studies have shown it to assist in a variety of diverse fields including agriculture, engineering and aeronautics. For example, small studies have been conducted by universities to evaluate Ormus’ effects on various fruits and vegetables, and the results are impressive. Farmers and growers worldwide have also reported increased growth in crops, nuts, fruits and vegetables as a result of using Ormus.

Of course, it’s the superconductor’s effects on the human brain that we shall concentrate on in this chapter. Aiding memory, assisting mental wellbeing, helping students achieve better grades, improving eyesight and correcting damaged DNA are but a few of the astonishing claims surrounding the substance.

Ormus test results are apparently off the charts and defy the laws of science. White Gold experts explain this by saying the substance exists in the realms of quantum physics and hyperdimensional theory. Skeptics, however, say Ormus more appropriately exists in the twilight zone and its benefits are nowhere near conclusively proven.

Consumers of the little known substance, which is created in different forms by hundreds of commercial manufacturers worldwide, come from all sectors of society. Examples range from elite athletes looking for legal performance-enhancers to terminally ill people seeking alternative cures for illnesses modern medicine cannot cure to Fortune 500 CEOs attempting to get a mental advantage over competitors; A-List Hollywood stars are also among those who regularly ingest Ormus.


Ormus was discovered in 1975 by David Hudson, an Arizona cotton farmer and wealthy businessman. Hudson came across the substance while conducting analysis of natural resources on one of his farms in Arizona. He ended up devoting his life and millions of dollars to researching the strange substance, which he linked to Biblical and ancient Egyptian alchemy.

It was an unusual-looking white powder that the farmer discovered by chance. When he put the powder out to dry in the hot Arizona sun, it radically changed – from powder to oil!

After conducting scientific analysis of the substance, Hudson (at left) confirmed it seems to have odd properties that defy the laws of nature. For example, Ormus’ elements, which include gold, copper and iron, frequently morph into other elements and the substance becomes an electromagnetic superconductor under certain conditions.


Hudson claimed to have knowledge of secretive Government-funded studies of Ormus. He said these experiments took place in laboratories throughout the US and in the Soviet Union in the 1980’s.

If such experiments did take place, they’ve never been made public.

In the late 1980’s, Hudson was issued a British patent by the UK Intellectual Property Office for the Ormus product he formulated from his initial discovery. At the same time, he coined a term for the exotic elements he patented – Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, or ORME.

Shortly thereafter, Hudson was informed he no longer had the patent. He claims no clear reason was given and, soon after that setback, he received a visit from the US Department of Defense.

Hudson then enigmatically became reclusive and made few if any public appearances for about 20 years. Nor did he make any comments about Ormus during that period. Only in the last two to three years has he ventured into the public arena again, giving lectures about his discovery.

It’s worth considering the following excerpt by Barry Carter – arguably the world’s foremost expert on Ormus and one of the few who personally knows David Hudson – from an article Carter wrote on the website: “It is my firm belief that, once it becomes widely known, the discovery of the ORMUS materials will be heralded as the greatest scientific discovery in human history.”

Scientific properties

Ormus is a complex concentrate of chemical elements. Besides gold, it contains a number of other metals including rhodium, iridium, copper and platinum. These metals are said to exist in the monoatomic state, or m-state – an unusual high-spin state of matter where metals don’t form bonds or crystals but remain single atoms.

Incidentally, Ormus’ non-scientific name White Powder Gold refers to the fact that when processed its appearance is reminiscent of cocaine powder.

M-state elements are naturally abundant in seawater, and the pure sea salt in seawater is said to be responsible for these rare, high-spin particles. Ormus’ properties are also said to be present in most rocks as well as in trees.

In addition, various researchers have independently claimed to have found Ormus elements embedded in the DNA structure of animals and plants as well as in humans’ skin, nails, hair, blood, brain and, indeed, in all the organs.

Different methods for obtaining Ormus elements have been devised in recent years – the easiest and most common of which involves combining ocean water, lye water and distilled water in the right fashion. This method is said to be so simple it can be done by anyone in their own home.

Supposed formulas, or recipes, have been posted on various websites online. However, it’s not clear whether these formulas lead to the same Ormus elements as those David Hudson discovered.

Claims of intelligence benefits

As mentioned, Ormus is often taken in an attempt to improve a person’s intelligence and overall brain health. In its powdered form, it’s usually ingested sublingually, or under the tongue. When taken this way, it goes straight into the bloodstream, which affects the body’s entire system, including the brain. Alternatively, in its liquid state, White Gold can be drunk as a potion or else applied topically to the skin.

Not long after he discovered Ormus and began analyzing it, David Hudson said the substance could repair the body on a genetic level. Proponents also say the substance can correct errors in the DNA and even activate Junk DNA.

Claims that Ormus activates Junk DNA.

Lt. Lawrence F. Frego, who wrote about Ormus’ positive impact on human intelligence in his book An End To All Disease, agrees with this theory. “Our very brain tissue itself is by dry weight, composed of 5% monatomic iridium and rhodium. The implications for creating a few geniuses or treating brain dysfunctions are immense. Ormus iridium affects the pituitary gland in a way that reactivates the body’s Junk DNA and underused parts of the brain. Feeling stupid today? Take a little iridium and rhodium and call me in the morning. Colloidal gold has been proven to raise I.Q. by 20 points in 30 days. Certainly the thing to have for finals week.”

Elsewhere in the book Lt. Frego states, “Monatomic gold and the platinum group metals dismantle incorrect DNA and rebuilds the DNA again, correctly. They activate the endocrine system and pineal gland in a way that heightens awareness and aptitude to extraordinary levels.”

Lt. Frego goes on to surmise that Ormus also causes increased melatonin from the pineal gland, which can result in, among other things, better sleep, heightened alertness and many other mental benefits.

It’s worth mentioning that most commercial manufacturers of Ormus have numerous testimonials from customers. Testimonials on the manufacturers’ websites claim cures for all sorts of serious illnesses, including mental disorders, diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis. Various anti-aging results have also been reported.

Again, though, it should be stressed none of these mental benefits or any other health benefits have been conclusively proven scientifically. It’s anybody’s guess whether satisfied Ormus users experienced the placebo effect or whether there simply haven’t been enough mainstream studies conducted to support users’ claims.

Only time will tell.

Hollywood stars on Ormus

Since its discovery, White Gold has been used by a raft of Hollywood stars. It’s especially popular with middle-aged starlets – not surprising given the substance’s purported anti-aging benefits and the fact Hollywood is notorious for casting young, or at least youthful-looking, actresses for most major roles.


Gwyneth Paltrow…an Ormus advocate.

But it may also be the intelligence-boosting claims that have attracted certain film stars to the substance.

Gwyneth Paltrow is probably the most vocal Ormus user in the Hollywood community. lchemical Elixirs, which also lists Jennifer Aniston and Audrey Tautou among its clients, is just one of many Ormus manufacturers and suppliers that names film stars, business executives, top sportsmen and famous musicians among its customers.


“They claimed that it (Ormus) perfects the cells of the body. Well I can show you tomorrow Bristol-Myers-Squib research that shows that this material inter-reacts with DNA, correcting the DNA. All the carcinogenic damage, all the radiation damage, all is corrected from these elements in the presence of the cell.” –David Hudson


For around US$100 or less you can try Ormus for yourself by ordering it direct from any one of the various commercial enterprises that manufacture or supply it. It appears the manufacturers all use different formulas and, in the tradition of alchemists, those formulas for the most part seem to remain secret.

Any mainstream studies into Ormus will be worth keeping an eye on.

For the time-being, however, the substance remains shrouded in mystery and it’s very hard to find the truth amongst the hype. This task is not made any easier with all the quasi-science commercial manufacturers are using to support their claims. No doubt the composition of their products is far removed from the properties of farmer Hudson’s original discovery.

If you are thinking of purchasing a batch of Ormus, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. Besides the stunning testimonials surrounding White Gold, it’s worth noting numerous users have also reported taking it and noticing no tangible results.

So it’s a case of buyer beware and always consult your doctor.


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A renowned genius who has perhaps influenced as many lives as any other creative thinker in the modern era was Apple co-founder Steve Jobs (1955-2011). Although the history of his illustrious career in the tech industry has been well documented in books, movies and untold news articles, few are aware that Jobs was intensely interested in India – and in Yoga.

Steve Jobs and his beloved iPhone invention.

We detail this undisputed genius’s love affair with the Indian subcontinent, its people and its customs in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ. An excerpt from the book follows:

Yoga Journal published an article on September 11, 2013 about the master inventor’s lifelong relationship with the Eastern discipline.

“Steve Jobs will long be remembered as an innovator whose vision changed the way we interact with the world through technology. But what many people don’t know is that Jobs was guided by an intense interest in spirituality and yoga.”

In 1974, shortly after he had dropped out of college, Jobs traveled to India as a backpacker. He stayed on the the subcontinent for seven months and during this period he first discovered and began to practice Yoga. He cited the experiences he had of meeting Yogis at ashrams all over India as being among the most influential of his life.

The 19 year-old returned to the US an altogether different person. Two years later, in 1976, Jobs co-founded Apple (with fellow college dropout Steve Wozniak) after having the revolutionary idea of personal computing for the masses.

Some say that Jobs’ statement “I was worth over $1,000,000 when I was 23, and over $10,000,000 when I was 24, and over $100,000,000 when I was 25, and it wasn’t that important because I never did it for the money,” was directly inspired by this passage from the holy Indian scripture Bhagavad Gita:“Relinquishing attachment to the fruits of work, always contented, independent (of material rewards), the wise do not perform any (binding) action even in the midst of activities”.

Whether that’s true or not is open to conjecture, but reportedly, the only book Jobs ever downloaded to his iPad was Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramahansa Yogananda.

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A favorite of Jobs.

And in a 2013 interview with, Marc Benioff, former business associate and close friend of Jobs, said guests at the iPhone/iPad/iPod creator’s memorial service were “each given a copy of the classic book Autobiography of a Yogi as per Jobs’ wishes.”

Benioff added, “He had the incredible realization that his intuition was his greatest gift and he needed to look at the world from the inside out.”


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Studies have shown that all individuals have a certain amount of dormant or underdeveloped brain areas. (Every human brain ever mapped scientifically has shown at least some inactive cells and neurons). This area of neuroscience, especially concerning little known brain glands, may hold the answer as to why we only use such a small percentage of our brains.

We explore the intriguing phenomenon that is brain gland activation in our new release bestseller GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ. An excerpt from this book follows…

Important and often dormant, semi-dormant or underutilized brain glands include fairly well known ones like the pineal gland. This powerful gland, which has been known about since ancient times, is said to be well developed in most persons of high intellect and produces the serotonin-derived hormone melatonin.

Less reported glands and interrelated areas of the brain include the pituitary (nicknamed the body’s master gland), which controls most other hormone-secreting glands, the thalamus (necessary for planning and decision-making), the amygdala, which can bypass thought and instantly react, the hippocampus (one of the only areas of the brain where neurogenesis or the birthing of new neurons can occur) and the hypothalamus (crucial for memory and learning).

In our international thriller series The Orphan Trilogy, we show how all these parts of the brain can be stimulated into activity in a variety of ways, including magnetism.

As we wrote in book two in the trilogy: “Rare earth magnets were embedded inside each helmet for the purpose of activating certain brain glands. Glands that were dormant in the average person.”

Neuromagnetic helmets and similar brain stimulation technologies are not just confined to the realms of fiction.

A neuromagnetic signal generator.

Transcranial direct current stimulation, or TDCS, is one type of brain stimulation technique used in the real world. It’s carried out by applying a helmet or cap to the individual’s head. TDCS targets specific parts of the brain with low voltage electrical currents. This allows for the alteration of electrical states of neurons in targeted areas of the brain.

TDCS is in its infancy, but early studies have shown it enhances motor skills, memory recall and concentration. As a result, the US military now employs TDCS to assist fighter pilots, snipers and other personnel.

In a BBC news article dated July 22, 2014, TDCS is explored in relation to making sleep-learning possible. “In the near future, technology may offer further ways of upgrading the brain’s sleep cycles. Memory consolidation is thought to occur during specific, slow, oscillations of electrical activity, so the idea here is to subtly encourage those brain waves without waking the subject.

“Jan Born, at the University of Tubingen,” the article continues, “has been at the forefront of these experiments. In 2004, he found that he could help amplify those signals using transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), which passes a small electric current across the skull, successfully improving his subjects’ performance on a verbal memory test.”

In 2013, several TDCS inventions became commercially available to the public for the first time.

Leading UK newspaper The Guardian ran an article on February 5, 2014 under the heading Can an electronic headset make you a better video gamer? The article mentions a specific device that “uses the principles of tDCS – transcranial direct current stimulation – sending a small current of between 0.8 and 2.0mA through the prefrontal cortex through electrodes positioned on your forehead.”

Although the technology is still being refined, many video gamers all over the world are reporting increased mental concentration and better performance. This bodes well for other types of mental exercises – like academic study for example – especially as the TDCS devices become more honed.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, is a similar non-invasive brain enhancement technology except it uses magnets instead of electricity. TMS’s magnetic fields are capable of altering neurons in targeted areas of the brain.

TMS in action.

Neuromagnetic helmets and similar devices have been nicknamed ‘zap caps’ and preliminary studies show they have the potential to improve brain function in numerous ways.

Another article that ran in The Guardian nicely summarized a recent scientific study that proves TMS’s positive influences on the brain. The August 2014 article states that “memory can be boosted by using a magnetic field to stimulate part of the brain, a study has shown. The effect lasts at least 24 hours after the stimulation is given, improving the ability of volunteers to remember words linked to photos of faces.”

The Guardian article quotes Dr Joel Voss, from Northwestern University, in Chicago, as saying: “We show for the first time that you can specifically change memory functions of the brain in adults without surgery or drugs, which have not proven effective. This non-invasive stimulation improves the ability to learn new things.”

TMS technologies stimulate the brain.

The latest studies also show that TMS can specifically stimulate the hippocampus, which oversees and directs the entire brain including crucial glands. Formerly it was believed the hippocampus was too deeply embedded in the brain to be stimulated by TMS. However, scientists have recently discovered the hippocampus can be stimulated indirectly via connected brain structures within the reach of TMS’s magnetic fields.

Another potential method of increasing activity in specific brain glands like the pituitary is by ingesting an unusual substance called Ormus. (See Chapter 11 for more on Ormus).


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