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Introducing…White Gold

In our new release, coming-of-age spy novel The Orphan Factory, we explore a fascinating scientific discovery called Ormus, also known as White Gold.

What is Ormus?

From website: Ormus, often referred to as ORME (Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Element or M-state element), is made from water and other substances and is also known as monoatomic gold, white gold, white powder gold, M-state, AuM, micro clusters, and manna.

ORMEs have the same number of protons and electrons as their mineral counterparts that are found on the Periodic Table of elements. These are chemically identified as a separate class of substances, as is the case with halogens. They, however, have separate placements on the two-dimensional Periodic Table. Such elements are similar to silicon-type, ceramic powdery substances that appear to be isolated forming micro-cluster bits of atomic materials.

This observation was first made by Albert Einstein and Satyendra Nath Bose in the 1920s, due to which is it now known as the Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC). This was later confirmed in 1995 by Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman in a laboratory.

Ormus is believed to be a precious metal element in a different atomic state. Gold, silver, platinum, iridium, osmium, palladium, mercury, rhodium, ruthenium, copper, nickel, and cobalt were identified by Davidson as Ormus elements. He also stated that all these metals were available in abundance in their Ormus form as compared to their actual states. Ormus elements are embedded into the DNA structure of plants and animals and are thought to be an integral part of our skin, nails, hair, blood, brain, and all the organs of our body.

Since Ormus elements have the same number of protons and electrons as their mineral counterparts, it is very difficult to distinguish between the two categories. The only difference lies in how these elements spin. Ormus elements are known to respond to the magnetic forces of attraction and repulsion. They are superconductors at room temperature and exhibit other quantum physical behaviors on a visible scale.

ORMEs are also known to exhibit the quantum physical behaviors of super fluidity, anomalous responses to gravity, Josephson tunneling, and magnetic levitation.

Below is an excerpt from The Orphan Factory, which features White Gold prominently in its plot:

As the White Gold dissolved under their tongues, not one of the orphans gave the substance a second thought. They’d been taking the powder all their lives and gave it no more consideration than they gave drinking water or breathing air.

Doctor Pedemont, however, remained fascinated by the extraordinary substance even though he had been working with it for over a decade. He knew it as ORME, or Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, a complex concentrate of chemical elements. The nonscientific name White Gold Powder referred to the fact that when processed its appearance was reminiscent of cocaine powder, although it was many times more expensive than cocaine, and even gold for that matter.

Like most of the substances and technologies Doctor Pedemont employed to perfect his orphan creations, the produce was not known to official science. Although the scientific community was aware of Arizona cotton farmer David Hudson’s accidental discovery of ORME back in 1975, they had been denied the opportunity to test the latest strains. Indeed, they never knew of their existence.

Pure White Gold Powder, the rarest and most effective strain, had been completely withheld from mainstream scientists and from the public at large. That way, elite groups like the Omega Agency could use it in total secrecy to profit from its unquestionable benefits and to further their own agendas.

Prepared by extracting and isolating elements from sea water and volcanic soil, then vortexing them with magnets, the substance had been shown to assist in a variety of diverse fields including agriculture, engineering and aeronautics. However, it was the superconductor’s effects on humans that Doctor Pedemont and his Omega superiors were focused on.

The agency had hired physicists, chemists and biologists to conduct laboratory experiments and design a version of ORME specifically for the orphans. They used various technologies to monitor the effectiveness of the powder, including dark-field microscopy of the blood and EEG tests on the brain.

ORME’s biological results were outstanding. As well as balancing both hemispheres of the brain, the product had also been proven to activate so-called Junk DNA, and the orphans’ regular consumption of it allowed them to move, fight and think as efficiently and effectively as almost any adult. Regular, carefully controlled contests between the orphans and Omega’s veteran field operatives demonstrated this fact beyond any doubt. Contests ranging from math and speed-reading tests to chess and martial arts tournaments saw the orphans always pushing their elders to their limits, often holding their own and sometimes even winning.

As he watched his manufactured orphans consume their prescribed allocations of the substance, Doctor Pedemont pondered its scientific make-up. Besides gold, he knew it contained a number of other metals including rhodium, iridium, copper and platinum which, like the gold portion, all existed in their non-metallic states.

Dispensing a phial to the last of the orphans, the doctor then handed another to Kentbridge who promptly emptied its contents under his tongue. As the biological effects were known to be similar for everyday people like him, Kentbridge thought it couldn’t hurt.

He’d been consuming it for over a decade – ever since Doctor Pedemont had assured him it would correct most of his damaged DNA and keep his body in shape. White Gold also had anti-aging benefits, something Kentbridge figured he would need in future if he was to keep up with the orphans.

Find out more about the mysterious substance known as White Gold in the The Orphan Factory – available now on Amazon

The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

From Wiki: Jonestown was the informal name for the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project, an intentional, or planned, residential community in northwestern Guyana formed by the Peoples Temple led by Jim Jones. It became internationally notorious when, on November 18, 1978, 918 people died in the settlement as well as in a nearby airstrip and in Georgetown, Guyana’s capital.

A total of 909 Temple members died in Jonestown, all but two from apparent cyanide poisoning, in an event termed “revolutionary suicide” by Jones and some members on an audio tape of the event and in prior discussions. This includes over 200 murdered children. The poisonings in Jonestown followed the murder of five others by Temple members at a nearby Port Kaituma airstrip. The victims included United States Congressman Leo Ryan. Four other Temple members died in Georgetown at Jones’s command.

To the extent the actions in Jonestown were viewed as a mass murder, it was the largest such event in modern history and resulted in the largest single loss of American civilian life in a non-natural disaster until the events of September 11, 2001.

Well, that’s the official story.

But there have always been rumors of CIA involvement with the cult prior to the massacre. Mind control experiments such as MK-Ultra have also regularly come up in conspiracy theories.

So what really happened in 1978 at Jonestown?

Mass suicide, mass murder, a CIA experiment, or what?

Find out in our book The Orphan Factory:

The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

Some say the Queen is one of the wealthiest people in the world, if not the wealthiest. Our thriller novel The Orphan Factory covers secret Royal assets and undeclared income… 

Also, here’s an excerpt from The Orphan Factory:

In fact, Lady Penelope was only distantly related to the Windsors, or British Royals, and that relationship was by marriage rather than blood. However, she was an influential figure as she represented many of Queen Elizabeth’s financial interests.

Despite the absence of Queen Elizabeth II’s name in annual Forbes Rich Lists, everyone in the room was aware the Queen was one of the wealthiest people in the world, if not the wealthiest. However, hers and the House of Windsor’s assets and income were mostly non-declared. Naylor himself claimed to have witnessed one offshore bank account of the Queen’s whose value was in the hundreds of billions.

Contrary to the myth that the British Royals were no longer all-powerful, it was common knowledge within Omega and other organizations in the know that they remained one of the most dominant forces on the planet. The Royals were totally comfortable with the mass populace believing they’d passed their heyday. That belief allowed them to control things behind the scenes with effortless ease. And control they did, in every way imaginable.

The reality was the Windsors had their fingers in many pies and had a huge say in global affairs. At home, they dictated to the British Parliament, and no elected Prime Minister could take up office without first pledging total allegiance to the Queen and future King. To Kentbridge’s way of thinking, that proved Britain was no more a democracy than was the United States.

The special agent had often told his orphans that in her capacity as the reigning monarch of the Commonwealth nations, the Queen had legitimate business interests in the pharmaceutical, banking and mineral industries in most or all of those countries. No small cheese considering those nations included mineral-rich Canada and Australia as well as India and numerous African states.

Kentbridge had also told the orphans it was a commonly held belief within Omega that the Queen bankrolled and reaped the rewards from other far more secretive ventures worldwide. As for the exact nature of those other ventures, nobody in the agency knew.

Lady Penelope’s active involvement in Omega proved beyond doubt to Kentbridge and his superiors that the British Royals considered the agency a likely way to expand its semisecret, global empire. The extremely intelligent and influential Omega founding members gave the Royals faith that the below-the-radar Omega Agency would eventually become the potent organization it strived to be.

Read more in The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

“The only salvation for civilization lies in the creation of a world government”
–Albert Einstein.

Do you agree with Einstein? Or do you believe individual nations are still important?

These issues are explored in my new release thriller novel, The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2) as well as its predecessor The Ninth Orphan (The Orphan Trilogy, #1) 


The Ninth Orphan (The Orphan Trilogy, #1)


Below is the opening quote to our coming-of-age spy thriller novel The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

“A boy comes to me with a spark of interest.
I feed the spark and it becomes a flame.
I feed the flame and it becomes a fire.
I feed the fire and it becomes a roaring blaze.”
-Cus D’Amato (Trainer of World Heavyweight Champions Mike Tyson & Floyd Patterson)

The spirit of Cus D’Amato (who many boxing experts say is the greatest trainer who ever lived) is reflected in The Orphan Factory in that Cus knew how to get the very best out of his young proteges. Likewise, in the novel, the Omega fathers know how to get the best out of their orphans so that they eventually become the most ruthless assassins.

The relationship between the young Mike Tyson and the elderly Cus D’Amato was one of the inspirations for the novel’s father-son like relationship between lead character Nine (aka Sebastian) and Tommy Kentbridge, his mentor inside the orphange. 

The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)

Now, we can see a new world
coming into view.
A world in which there is
the very real prospect of a
new world order.
-President George H. W. Bush
(Speech to Congress – March 6, 1991)
Read more about the New World Order in our coming-of-age spy thriller novel, The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2), at:
President George H. W. Bush
 The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2)