Sofia Smallstorm

Sofia Smallstorm

A remarkable investigative exploration into Sandy Hook. 


The Golden Rule part 1

Why is gold so valuable to us? Why for millennia has it been the epitome of wealth, and the stuff of myth and legend? Nietzsche, through the voice of Zarathustra, in his treatise by the same name, says it is because it is beautiful, rare, and useless. Yet is this really the case? I want to explore a different, almost unheard of aspect of the story of gold that is most amazing (and to explain where the idea for the title of this blog came from).

“[O]ur Stone is nothing but gold digested to the highest degree of purity and subtle fixation to which it can be brought by Nature and the highest effort of Art; and this gold thus perfected is called “our gold,” no longer vulgar, and is the ultimate goal of Nature.”

“Go on babbling about your rain water collected in May, your Salts, your sperm which is more potent than the foul fiend himself, ye self-styled philosophers; rail at me, if you like; all you say is conclusively refuted by this one fact — you cannot make the Stone. When I say that gold and Mercury are the only substances of our Stone I know what I am writing about; and the Searcher of all hearts knows also that I say true. The time has arrived when we may speak more freely about this Art. For Elias the artist is at hand, and glorious things are already spoken of the City of God. I possess wealth sufficient to buy the whole world — but as yet I may not use it on account of the craft and cruelty of wicked men.”

“I do not worship the golden calf, before which our Israelites bow low to the ground; let it be ground to powder like the brazen serpent.”

“Our gold is not common gold, but it may be found in it; and if you operate on our Mercury with common gold (regulating the fire in the right way), you will after 150 days have our gold, since our gold is obtained from our Mercury. Hence if common gold have all its atoms thoroughly severed by means of our Mercury, and then reunited by the same agency, the whole mixture will, under the influence of fire, become our gold.”

“[O]ur Stone is to be found in all metals and minerals, since our gold may be got from them all — but most easily, of course, from gold and silver.”

-Eirenaeus Philalethes, Secrets Reveal’d: An Open Entrance to the Closed Palace of the King

These quotes from the above essay published 1667 (significant in gematria) are significant as they describe The Philosophers Stone—The Great Work of The Alchemists.

The search for the Stone was marginalized not long after the publication of this essay.  It was transmuted into a search for scientific truth during the Age of Reason.  To rational eyes the search for the Stone was seen simply as a ludibrium.

However, accidentally even, and only willy-nilly, the scientific community is returning to origin from hence it came, to the dwelling places of the philosophers as it were (to those who Know).

Incipit David Hudson, an Arizona cotton farmer, who in the late 1970s, I believe 1979, began investigating the highly alkaline soil on his farm.  Upon treating this soil he and his team discovered it had many peculiar properties, chief among them being bursts of light that would emanate from the treated soil when it would be exposed to direct sunlight.

After many years of research—ten to 15—and a bunch of money spent Hudson found out that his soil contained high quantities of noble metals, like gold platinum and rhodium, but they were unique. These metals did not exhibit metallic qualities; instead, they exhibited  ceramic qualities.  No traditional methods for identification were useful in distinguishing these metals. They discovered that when a metal like gold is in a small enough cluster of atoms (I believe it is a maximum of two atoms for gold) it no longer behaves like a metal, but behaves like a salt, and it looks like a fine white powder.

Many remarkable qualities accompany this substance including superconductivity at room temperature, and levitation and the ability to disappear under the right pre-conditions.  Potential health benefits have also been discussed.

The small portion of the scientific community that has researched it has labeled it as exotic matter,  which is the inspiration for the title of this blog.

Here is a link to a recent lecture by Hudson.

The implications of this discovery are vast, upheaval could be seismic.

More later…

More In Heaven And Earth…

Caught this article by Michael Snyder about the bizarre South American skulls discovered not to long ago.

I thought his focus tended to be economics; nevertheless, it’s an interesting article, and anyone with an open mind, and time to spend, ought to go exploring the anomalies that are being uncovered all over the globe, yet are almost entirely avoided by the establishment.

Here is the take by Yahoo News,

Here is a good skeptical editorial of the news,

And here is an interview with the man of the hour, Brien Foerster.

This, though, is where is starts to get interesting: the work of Klaus Dona.  He discusses numerous interesting finds in South America, including the skulls, but he expands well beyond that.  Some of the more interesting objects he shows are well sculpted objects made out of luddite, a kind of mineral that is very difficult to shape.  Both videos on his page on the above link by Project Camelot/Avalon are worth a watch.  I can’t say I necessarily ascribe to his conclusions, but it is nevertheless fascinating to observe.

Any of the sources who entertain the veracity of these findings allude to an antediluvian culture of some kind, including discussions of Atlantis, Mu, Lemuria, the Nephilim, and a potential cataclysm that occurred.  With that in mind I want to include a few more links that will hopefully pique your curiosity:

First is a page that discusses the pyramids in China.  An aspect of these pyramids that enhance their mystery is the reluctance of the Chinese government to let them be studied, or to discuss them.  These pyramids are not displaced throughout the country, but are located in a particular region towards the west and center of the nation.  From a cursory glance at different data, it appears that there are a variety of dates that the different pyramids were erected.

I think it’s reasonable to correlate the Chinese pyramids with another find in the Chinese desert, the Cherchen Man( and here, and here).  Several mummified bodies have been found in the Tarim basin in what is modern day western China, and they happen to be Caucasoid (whatever that’s worth).  The reason I consider this interesting is first, the bodies are as old as 4000 yrs., and second it suggests greater interaction with cultures than was previously believed. Incidentally the existence of such people and the time frame corresponds with the time period discussed in the Mahabharata, where a people from laces unknown, supposedly swooped in from the north into the Indus valley as well.  Something that is glossed over in the discussions of the Tarim Mummies is that, as far as i have been able to decipher, mummification was not a common practice among so-called Caucasian peoples.

Another intriguing discovery is of an ancient unknown civilization in South Africa.  LOng believed to be cattle scratching posts, the numerous rock structures turned out to have coherent design when flown over by helicopter.  All archeological studies are preliminary.  That said, I have heard the quite incredible time periods ascribed to these structures as 14,000, 25,000 and even 75,000 years old.  Even if it turns out to be 10 AD these are remarkable structures, and a tremendous find.

Lastly, for anyone still reading, I will just post this link: Bosnian Pyramids.


To bring it around a bit: Peruvian mummies. Here is a quote from the article:

“This is the third intact find among more than 70 tombs excavated since 1981,” when researchers began their work at the Huaca Pucllana, a pyramid-like temple built on six acres (2.5 hectares) of land between AD 100 and 600.

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Take A Closer Look

A friend mentioned the other day that at a conference he was at two victims of the Boston Marathon bombing spoke. That reminded me of a set of articles by David McGowan that I thought I would link to.  This idea slipped to the back burner. However I red an article on prison planet that relates, so I thought that I would link to both things:

This link is about Sandy Hook. I highly recommend watching the interview which was done by American Free Press.

This is the link to the first installment of McGowan of the Boston Bombing.  His analysis is incisive and startling.

I have never been an advocate of the idea of hoaxes taking place, but the evidence put forward by both of these researches truly raises questions about media, and about reality.

A Parable On Leverage

(Paraphrased from Richard Grove, where I first heard it):

What if I was to tell you that if I were to face eight chess grandmasters simultaneously I could defeat at least half of them? Would you bet on me, or against me?  Consider this, I would be able to essentially pit one grandmaster against the other, by mirroring the moves made by one, and using it against the other, thereby being able to defeat at least half of my opponents despite using only my opponents minds and energy as the tool for my success.