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The Meissner Effect
*



The Meissner Field is a magnetic field which, among other things, does not have the
traditional north or south polarity. This is the reason many physicists strongly prefer to
call it the Meissner
Effect



thus avoiding the issue of
having a directionally challenged
magnetic field.


The
Meissner effect

(also known as the
Meissner
-
Ochsenfeld effect
) is the expulsion of a
magnetic field

from a
superconductor
.
Walther Meissner

and
Robert Ochsenfeld

discovered the phenomenon in
1933
.
The Meissner Field (or Effect) is produced when a
superconductor

has an external magnetic field applied to it


with the stre
ngth

of the
Meissner field/effect being dependent upon
the
initially

applied external magnetic field.
Once the Meissner effect has been initiated, it acts as a magnetic barrier and resists any
further entry of an applied magnetic field into the superconduc
tor.


The effect is dramatic
. Once established the Meissner field forces all other magnetic fields
to effectively go around the superconductor, leaving the superconducting sample
unaffected in terms of its superconductive characteristics.


If the external

magnetic field is that of the earth, the Meissner effect causes the sample
in question to, at least in some cases,
levitate
. While, levitation is typically viewed as a
magical trick or deception, it
is clear that with the Meissner effect it is a routine physical
phenomenon
. The only requirement is the presence of superconductivity. But inasmuch
as superconductivity is viewed by mainstream physics as a very low temperature
phenomena, then it is clear


based on the
flawed
assumption

of what is currently known
in physics prohibiting other processes


there can be no levitation at room temperature.


But alas, if superconductivity can be achieved at
higher temperatures, and furthermore
involve a human being who has become superconducting, then lo and behold, we have a
human being levitating upon the earth's magnetic field! Suddenly all the talk from
eastern religions about levitation just might have s
ome viability. Mainstream physics
does not acknowledge this possibility, of course, but then again mainstream science once
thought that leaches were a really nifty medical technique.


In order to achieve superconductivity at these higher temperatures, the
key appears to
be the use of transition group elements, or more notably one or more of the eight
precious metals
, the latter which include gold and silver. This in turn relates the Meissner
Field to t
he
White Powder of Gold

and the
ORME
.

Thermo
-
gravimetric analysis has
revealed that, at certain high temperatures, the material weight of M
-
stat
e elements
(ORME)
will reduce substantially, even to the degree that they will levitate. In specific
circumstances they also have the ability to become superconductive and to resonate in
parallel dimensions.


As related in Laurence Gardner's book, Lost Sec
rets of the Sacred Ark, scientific attention
has recently been directed towards an exotic form of elemental matter

not shown in the
Periodic Table of Elements. Derived from gold, platinum group metals and other
transition elements, these impalpable white p
owder substances have been referred to as
'mon
o
atomic' (a single atomic state). As such, they were classified by their research
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pioneer, David Hudson, in the 1980s as ORME (Orbitally Rearranged Mon
o
atomic
Elements). New understandings in physics suggest, h
owever, that the powders might
actually be 'diatomic' or small atomic cluster 'condensates'. It is now generally accepted,
therefore, that the materials might be more universally referred to by the generic terms
ORMUS or 'M
-
state' elements.



In Greek myth
ology the quest for the secret of this substance was at the heart of the
Golden Fleece legend, while in biblical terms it was the mystical realm of the Ark of the
Covenant


the golden coffer which Moses brought out of Sinai, to be housed in the
Temple of
Jerusalem. The ancient Mesopotamians called the powder 'shem
-
an
-
na'
(highward fire
-
stone) and the Egyptians described it as 'mfkzt', while the Alexandrians
venerated it as the Paradise Stone.


Made into conical cakes, or suspended in water, the enigmatic
fire
-
stone powder was a
ritually ingested supplement of the ancient kings and pharaohs. It was revered as the
food of the 'light body' (the ka) and was reckoned to heighten general aptitudes of
leadership, such as awareness, perception and intuition. It wa
s further considered to be a
key to active longevity.


An excellent treatment on the properties of the Transition Group Elements is provided by
www.
hbci
.com

(see the link “
Transition Group Elements―Technical Overview”
).



It is important to note that if a
human being was able to achieve the superconducting
state, levitation might very well be a slam dunk. However, while other magnetic fields
may be repulsed, physical objects inserted into the field might nevertheless cause a
sudden loss of superconductivity



which ostensibly would not be a good thing. The
human being enjoying the Meissner effect might not want to give everyone a big hug!



The information contained herein is for educational purposes only.

Nothing set
forth herein is intended to be medical
advice or a recommendation to pursue a
given path, or can be construed as such.

Sometimes, there is a profound nature
in human beings to experiment in uncharted areas, refining their own ORME and
overloading their system to the detriment of their mind, bod
y and spirit. Such
experimentation is foolish, and potentially life threatening.



Anyone acting on any of the contents herein does so solely on the basis of his or
her own volition and at his or her own risk.

Everyone has the duty and absolute
right to th
ink, evaluate, research, learn, and act autonomously.

It would appear
prudent for anyone to refrain from adopting any course of action without first
understanding the basis and reasons thereof, including seeking the advice of
trained or licensed profession
als.


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Information courtesy
of
Halexandria Foundation

2003© Copyright Dan Sewell Ward
, All Rights Reserved


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